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James Richardson and Team Totally are here every night throughout Euro 2024 with all the analysis, insight and news you need to know from Germany - and plenty that you don’t.

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Jimbo, Adrian Clarke and Benji Lanyado are in the studio after England fail to live up to expectations but Spain definitely don’t. It’s 4 points from 2 games for Gareth Southgate’s side but the performances seem to be getting worse. We try to get to the bottom of things and wonder whether England are the worst coached team at the Euros. Spain took on Italy. Or was it Man City v Burnley? La Roja batter the Azzurri 1-0 with Nico Williams providing perhaps the standout performance of the tournament. Plus Julien Laurens joins us to look at France’s clash with Netherlands and specifically the state of Kylian Mbappe’s nose.  Produced by Charlie Jones. Theme music by JJ Bull.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Spain 1-0 Italy with Pol Ballus (04.00) • PART 2a: England 1-1 Denmark with Dan Sheldon (16.00) • PART 2b: Slovenia 1-1 Serbia (33.00) • PART 3a: France v Netherlands preview with Julien Laurens (38.00) • PART 3b: The rest of Friday’s action (45.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It’s Day 6 of the Euros and Jimbo is joined by JJ Bull, Tom Williams and more after Scotland get off the mark in Koln. A draw for Steve Clarke’s side against Switzerland sets up a winner take all clash with Hungary on Sunday as they look to advance from the group stage for the first time ever. Germany in their lovely kit cruise into the last 16 with victory over the Hungarians while earlier on Wednesday, Albania come back to draw with Croatia in another one of the games of tournament so far. Thursday sees England in action against Denmark on Matchday 2. Daniel Storey wants to see more attacking substitutions from Gareth Southgate. Plus Spain take on Italy in the most regular rivalry in Euros history. Produced by Charlie Jones. Theme music by JJ Bull.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Scotland 1-1 Switzerland with Nick Miller (04.00) • PART 2: Germany 2-0 Hungary (19.00) • PART 3a: Croatia 2-2 Albania (28.00) • PART 3b: Spain v Italy preview (34.00) • PART 3c: England v Denmark preview (38.00) • PART 3d: Slovenia v Serbia preview (46.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo has Sasha Goryunov, Mark Carey and Seb Stafford-Bloor alongside him for your daily dose of Euro 2024 reaction. There was late drama as Portugal snatched all three points in a 2-1 win over the Czech Republic courtesy of a stoppage time goal from super sub Francisco Conceição. Tim Spiers was in Leipzig and joined us at the final whistle. Elsewhere, Turkey and Georgia produced the game of the tournament so far in a thrilling encounter in the pouring rain in Dortmund - with teenage superstar Arda Güler scoring a wondergoal as part of a 3-1 victory for Vincenzo Montella's side. We take a closer look ahead to Wednesday's action and the second matchday for Group A and B - including the small matter of Scotland v Switzerland. Jordan Campbell stops by as we gauge the mood ahead of what could prove to be a must win game for Steve Clarke's side. Produced by Lucy Oliva. Theme music by JJ Bull. RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Portugal 2-1 Czech Republic with Tim Spiers (4.15) • PART 2a: Turkey 3-1 Georgia (11.50) • PART 3a: Transport tribulations in Germany (26.00) • PART 3b: Scotland v Switzerland preview with Jordan Campbell (31.30) • PART 3c: Germany v Hungary preview (37.00) • PART 3d: Croatia v Albania preview (42.30) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo is joined by Duncan Alexander and Tom Williams to recap a busy day of action at Euro 2024. France get the job done in a tight 1-0 victory over Austria - but it wasn't particularly pretty from Mbappé and co - who's tournament *could* be in jeopardy after breaking his nose... A beleaguered Belgium saw TWO Romelu Lukaku goals disallowed as they were stunned in a 1-0 defeat by Slovakia. Meanwhile, Romania returned to the Euros in style with a 3-0 thrashing of Ukraine - back on this stage for the first time since 2016 AND recording their biggest ever win in the competition. Romanian football expert Emanuel Roşu reflects on a seismic day in Munich. Plus - we get an inside look at expectations for the Czech Republic facing Portugal and Georgia taking on Turkey as the first round of group games comes to a close on Tuesday. Journalists Karel Häring and Nika Kevkhishvili are on hand to help us preview those Group F clashes. Produced by Lucy Oliva. Theme music by JJ Bull. RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Austria 0-1 France (05.05) • PART 2a: Belgium 0-1 Slovakia (14.30) • PART 2b: Romania 3-0 Ukraine with Emanuel Roşu (22.00) • PART 3a: Turkey v Georgia preview with Nika Kevkhishvili (33.20) • PART 3b: Portugal v Czech Republic preview with Karel Häring (44.25) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo welcomes Adrian Clarke and Charlie Eccleshare into the pod after a mixed evening for England at Euro 2024. Gareth Southgate’s side open their tournament with a 1-0 win over Serbia but many still question whether England’s manager is able to react in terms of his game-management. Plus is it actually a good thing if Harry Kane doesn’t touch the ball much? Elsewhere in Group C, Denmark are held by Slovenia while Michael Cox gives us details of the Netherlands’ come from behind win against Poland in Group D. Monday’s action is headlined by dark horses Austria taking on favourites France. Lee Wingate tells us how Ralf and Rod can inspire Austria to victory. Produced by Charlie Jones. Theme music by JJ Bull.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: England 1-0 Serbia (03.30) • PART 2a: Slovenia 1-1 Denmark (18.00) • PART 2b: Poland 1-2 Netherlands with Michael Cox (24.00) • PART 3a: Austria v France preview with Lee Wingate (31.00) • PART 3b: The rest of Monday’s action (40.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo is back with Daniel Storey and JJ Bull after a record-breaking Day 2 at Euro 2024. Lamine Yamal becomes the youngest player ever at the Euros and is instrumental in Spain beating Croatia before half-time. Is there any way back for Modric and co? Albania score the fastest Euros goal ever but Spalletti’s Italy come back to get their title defence off to a winning start. Plus the Swiss make light work of dark horses Hungary. Sunday’s action sees England finally take to the field. Will Serbia’s giants overpower the Three Lions in the air? Plus why should we watch Slovenia Denmark and are the Dutch about to batter Poland? Produced by Charlie Jones. Theme music by JJ Bull.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Day 2 done and a word for Kevin Campbell (01.30) • PART 2a: Spain 3-0 Croatia with Pol Ballus (06.30) • PART 2b: Hungary 1-3 Switzerland (14.00) • PART 2c: Italy 2-1 Albania with James Horncastle (19.45) • PART 3: England v Serbia and day 3 previewed (29.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo is joined by Raphael Honigstein, Tom Williams and Jay Harris after witnessing the biggest win ever on opening night of the Euros. Hosts Germany tear apart the Tartan Army with a 5-1 victory in Munich. Can Musiala and Wirtz lead the Germans to something special? Or might Scotland be the worst team at the tournament. Saturday’s action brings back memories of a Euros classic as Spain take on Croatia. Juraj Vrdoljak tells us about what has become a derby match in Europe. And also in Group B, holders Italy hope to channel the spirit of Grosso as they head to Dortmund to take on Albania. Produced by Charlie Jones. Theme music by JJ Bull.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1a: Germany 5-1 Scotland (01.30) • PART 1b: Hungary v Switzerland preview (16.30) • PART 2a: Spain v Croatia preview with Juraj Vrdoljak (22.00) • PART 2b: Italy v Albania preview (33.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo is back with Duncan Alexander, JJ Bull and Tim Spiers just a couple of days before the big kick-off in Germany. We begin with Scotland taking on the hosts in Munich on Friday. Can Steve Clarke’s side cause an upset? A returning Raphael Honigstein sets the mood in Munich. Are there ominous signs for England with a group rocked by shock squad selections and a defence that might not be good enough for a major tournament? Kristof Terreur isn’t feeling too optimistic about Belgium’s chances, even though they’re unbeaten under Domenico Tedesco. We make the case for which teams will surprise everyone this summer, notably Ralf Rangnick’s Austria and Sylvinho’s Albania. Plus Erik ten Hag, watered down beer and which Euro 2024 manager was the worst player? Produced by Charlie Jones. Theme music by JJ Bull.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Ten Hag stays at Man United (01.30) • PART 2a: The latest from Germany with Raphael Honigstein (07.30) • PART 2b: How far can Scotland fare? (12.30) • PART 3a: A turbulent week for England (23.00) • PART 4a: Kristof Terreur on Belgium (31.00) • PART 4b: Making the case for Ukraine (36.00) • PART 5: Who are the other dark horses? (39.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 2016

Euro Stories: 2016

2024-06-1048:231

Recorded on the eve of England's first ever Euro final, we look back at their darkest day in the tournament when, in the shadow of the Brexit vote, Roy Hodgson's side crashed out to Iceland at France 2016. Oh, how we laughed at the time. Elsewhere, Wales made history, Italy and Germany participated in the worst penalty shoot out of all time, and Portugal and Ronaldo had a shot at redemption. It's Euro 2016 - and the final in our delightful Euro Stories series. Only a few more sleeps now till Euro 2024, and Jimbo and co will be with every night there's a game on. Woof! Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Ben Green With: Stefan Augustsson for Iceland, Rafa Honigstein for Germany, Lynsey Hooper for England, James Horncastle for Italy, Tom Kundert for Portugal, Julien Laurens for France, Kristof Terreur for Belgium, and Tom Williams for Wales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 2012

Euro Stories: 2012

2024-06-0947:002

This is the penultimate episode of Euro Stories series, and our timeline has taken us all the way to 2012. This tournament is again co-hosted, with Poland and Ukraine sharing the honours. Now, we wrote and recorded this show in 2021 and a lot has happened in the world since. That's why we don't mention the war or any of the hideous things that have happened in Ukraine in the past two and half years - but do talk an awful lot about two fiendishly taxing groups, Andy Carroll, and a lot of spying. Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Ben Green With: Elko Born, Sasha Guryunov Rafael Honigstein, Lynsey Hooper, James Horncastle, Themis Kesaris, Tom Kundert, Julien Laurens, Alvaro Romeo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 2008

Euro Stories: 2008

2024-06-0848:08

It's 2008 and the world is obsessed with Barack Obama and Beyonce. Football-wise, we're more interested in events at Austria and Switzerland because it's Euro 2008 and it's great. Yes, there's no England, they failed in the rain at Wembley against Croatia. But there's Spain's tiki taka, Turkey's late late goal scoring, and one hell of a thunderstorm. Oh, and there's the French doing, well, nothing really. It's Euro 2008 and it's here. Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Ben Green With: Elko Born, Sasha Goryunov, Rafael Honigstein, James Horncastle, Julien Laurens, Alvaro Romeo, Juraj Vrdoljak, and Yordi Yamali Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 2004

Euro Stories: 2004

2024-06-0746:29

We arrive at 2004, the year of Frankee and Eamonn's musical back and forth, the Blackberry, and one of the most unexpected tournaments in Euros history. Yup, we're in Portugal where there are teams on the up, like England, and teams on the down, like Germany. And this time there's a dark horse that no one expects will actually do anything at all. Will we ever learn? This is Euro 2004 brought to you by the voices that lived and breathed it from across the continent. Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Ben Green Guests: Elko Born, David Cermak, Rafael Honigstein, Lynsey Hooper, James Horncastle, Themis Kessaris, Tom Kundert, and Julien Laurens Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 2000

Euro Stories: 2000

2024-06-0742:071

This is the fourth episode from our Euro Stories series taking you back to classic European championships from the past. It's a new millennium and we've got co-hosts: Euro 2000 is split between Belgium and the Netherlands. Crazy. Some small print before we kick off - this series was first broadcast in 2021 and recorded in the dark days of Covid so some of the audio sounds like it was recorded in a kitchen because, frankly, it was. Enjoy! Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Ben Green Guests: Elko Born, Rafael Honigstein, Lynsey Hooper James Horncastle, Sasa Ibrulj, Tom Kundert, Julien Laurens, Alvaro Romeo, and Kristof Terreur Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 1996

Euro Stories: 1996

2024-06-0645:451

While Jimbo and co prepare for the Euros in a few days' time, allow us to take you back to Euro 96 - a tournament that will certainly resonate with listeners of a certain vintage. All together now, It's Coming Home, It's Coming Home, It's Coming Home, Football's Coming...oh. Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Ben Green Guests: David Cermak, Niels Harild, Rafael Honigstein, James Horncastle, Sasa Ibrulj, Oliver Kay, Julien Laurens, Alvaro Romeo, Stewart Weir Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 1992

Euro Stories: 1992

2024-06-0635:451

It's the second of our Euro Stories and we're heading back to Sweden and a far off land called 1992 for a tournament full of twists and turns, and a surprise addition who no one expects much of. Join journalists from across the continent as they relive this contest and its unexpected results. Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Guests: Elko Born, Niels Harild, James Horncastle, Rafael Honigstein, Sasa Ibrulj, Oliver Kay, Julien Laurens, Olof Lundh, and Stewart Weir. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Euro Stories: 1988

Euro Stories: 1988

2024-06-0530:091

As Jimbo and Team Totally gear up for this summer's Euros in Germany, we're revisiting the classic tournaments of the past in our most excellent documentary series, Euro Stories. We start in 1988, and you'll hear from experts from across the continent as they share their memories, stories, facts and recall the iconic moments from the tournament. Without a single goalless draw or a sending off, this was a tournament filled with drama and unexpected moments. And orange. Loads and loads of orange Presenter: Iain Macintosh Producer: Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Ben Green Guests: Elko Born, Dion Fanning, Sasha Goryunov, James Horncastle, Rafael Honigstein, Oliver Kay. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo welcomes the esteemed panel of James Horncastle, Julien Laurens, Alvaro Romeo and Daniel Storey to take a look at the big hitters at Euro 2024. Has England’s moment arrived with the talent at Gareth Southgate’s disposal? Or is he not the right man to make the most of that talent tactically? Are France the only team that can beat France? Or do Portugal have the strongest squad at the tournament? Elsewhere, we’re looking forward to seeing a Spain side with a different dimension of exciting young wide players. And will Italy’s good record at the Euros in the 21st century continue? Plus how Toni Kroos has changed everything for Germany and can Xavi Simons become a star for the Netherlands? Produced by Charlie Jones.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1a: How are holders Italy holding up? (02.40) • PART 1b: Speedy young Spain look to make an impact (10.30) • PART 2: England deserved favourites? (20.00) • PART 3a: Or will France strike again? (31.00) • PART 3b: Michiel Jongsma on the Netherlands (40.00) • PART 4a: Seb Stafford-Bloor on Germany (44.00) • PART 4b: Jose Delgado on Portugal (50.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £2 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As the domestic season draws to a close, Jimbo is joined by Daniel Storey, Tom Williams and Seb Stafford-Bloor. Real Madrid are below par but still secure their 15th European Cup with a late rally against Dortmund at Wembley. How do they keep doing it, should Carlo Ancelotti be considered the greatest manager of all time and what’s the deal with Dortmund’s new sponsor? We look at some of the shocks and trends of last season but wonder whether all this football will lead to a player’s strike next season. And there’s more silverware up for grabs as Tom takes on Michael Cox in the Inter Totally Cup Final 2024. Produced by Charlie Jones.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Real Madrid 2-0 Dortmund (04.00) • PART 2: Jose Mourinho and thoughts on next season (33.00) • PART 3: Inter Totally Cup Final - Cox v Williams (47.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £2 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo welcomes James Horncastle, Alvaro Romeo and Nick Miller into the studio as the domestic season nears its dramatic conclusion. Olympiakos become the first Greek team ever to win European silverware, securing the Conference League and heaping more cup final misery on Fiorentina. Now it’s time for Real Madrid and Dortmund to do battle in the Champions League final at Wembley. Seb Stafford-Bloor makes the case for the Germans achieving one of the great upsets in competition history. Enzo Maresca looks all set to leave Leicester and sign on as the new manager of Chelsea. Rob Tanner tells us Maresca is no yes man but could any coach succeed in the Stamford Bridge setup? Plus Tom Williams awaits the winner of Michael Cox v Julien Laurens, for a place in the 2024 Inter Totally Cup final. Produced by Charlie Jones.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Olympiacos win the Conference League (03.30) • PART 2a: Forest win the European Cup (18.00) • PART 2b: Champions League final preview (21.00)  • PART 3a: Flick joins Barca (42.00)  • PART 3b: Maresca leaving Leicester for Chelsea (44.00) • PART 4: Inter Totally Cup - Cox v Laurens (55.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £2 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo has a studio packed full of Daniel Storey, Carl Anka and Tim Spiers after a big Wembley weekend. Man United finally play the way Erik ten Hag wants them to with an outstanding derby win in the FA Cup final. Will the Dutchman be there to enjoy more performances like that next season? And did Pep set the tone for City with his team selection? Southampton see off Leeds in the Championship play-off final to make an instant return to the top tier. Will Russell Martin join McKenna and Maresca in immediately being sought after by Premier League clubs? Vincent Kompany is on the verge of being appointed Bayern Munich manager. Seb Stafford-Bloor joins us from Germany to try and explain why. Plus more managerial movements and Paqueta’s potential ban. Produced by Charlie Jones.   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: Man United beat Man City to win the FA Cup (03.00) • PART 2: Southampton promoted to the Premier League by beating Leeds (22.00) • PART 3a: The managerial merry-go-round (31.00) • PART 3b: Kompany to Bayern explained by Seb Stafford-Bloor (34.00)  • PART 3c: Paqueta’s potential betting ban (41.00) • PART 4: Rooney to Plymouth and other cup final wins (44.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £2 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Steve C

this is painful to listen to. to be honest and obviously every other word it feels like from lame host and panel...

Mar 31st
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ID23808897

Ok so Jimbo did say Thursday (rather than Tuesday) at the beginning, I double-checked

Feb 15th
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Mike Horan

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Jan 23rd
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Hossein EL Socratista

Im from iran. i cant download your show because all the athletic pods are not accessable . among them i just listen to your show. can you send the file of every show to my email?

Jan 4th
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Gary Nearn

Saints so bad the panel couldn't even talk about it!!

Aug 12th
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Robin Gaster

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Jul 2nd
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Colin Clarke

Simply the best football podcast around!

May 10th
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Ted Moran

The Inter Totally Cup became the dumbest competition of all time after those silly backward song questions… if you’re going to do a quiz segment at least make it interesting to listen to.

Mar 24th
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Trevor Chinembiri

45:14

Oct 9th
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Trevor Chinembiri

29:50

Oct 4th
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Trevor Chinembiri

RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: A brilliant opening weekend (01:30) • PART 1b: Spurs 1-0 Man City (07:30) • PART 1c: Norwich 0-3 Liverpool & Chelsea 3-0 Crystal Palace (19:00) • PART 2: Man Utd 5-1 Leeds (24:00) • PART 3: Brentford 2-0 Arsenal & Watford 3-2 Aston Villa (37:30) • PART 4: The rest of the Premier League weekend (48:30) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (60:00) • PART 6: A tribute to the late Gerd Muller (63:00)

Aug 16th
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Trevor Chinembiri

Intro – 0:52 • PART 1: Messi leaves Barca for PSG, with Julien Laurens – 3:05 • PART 2a: Leicester win the Community Shield – 26:23 • PART 2b: Who will win the Premier League title? – 33:18 • PART 3: The return of the EFL – 46:55 • PART 4: The odds with Paddy Power – 50:33 • PART 5: Brazil claim Olympic gold – 52:58

Aug 9th
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Trevor Chinembiri

• PART 1: England v Italy preview (02:00s) • PART 2: Looking back at Euro 2020 (32:00s) • PART 3: The odds with Paddy Power (47:00s) • PART 4: Zidane’s headbutt 15 years on (50:00s)

Jul 28th
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ye7 y8ú

Jun 30th
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Mark Benedetti Moss

I got the soft Pirlo joke, complimenti!

May 11th
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Steven Postmus

the best line-up as always

Apr 27th
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Esmaeil M.Tabar

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Jan 25th
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Joshua Ryan Schroer

Good Pod as always! Had West Ham took their Chances Man U would off lost imo. Haller unfortunate with slip after getting around Henderson, which makes you wonder Bowen slipped Twice last game bc boots... Equipment issues? Bowen missed clear chance & Fornals hit inside post & should of Donne better with header. Could of been 4-5 up by half. Fernandes is brilliant, I can believe it took so long for a 'bigger' club to buy him. They should of sold Pogba two summers ago & got him then bc Pogba/Mina are toxic. Looking forward to UCL now some huge matches⚽

Dec 8th
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Ricky Purnell

You wanna know what service I will never use? Sportsbroker... after the advert damn near busted my eardrum. Adverts don’t need to be 50% louder than the rest of the show. Great show otherwise.

Nov 12th
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Keith Thomas

Sorry for some reason I just cannot listen to Pat Nevin.

Nov 12th
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