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Planet Football discuss the beautiful game in the noughties. Guests include Alex Brooker, Dominic Matteo and Cherno Samba as we remember some of the best moments from a wonderful decade for football.
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Rich Williams, Mark Holmes and Pete Farries are joined by presenter and comedian Alex Brooker to talk about The Special One's arrival at Chelsea in 2004 and his first, title-winning season.  Steven Watt also joins on the phone to reveal what Mourinho was like as a boss, and how the gaffer told him he would start his first game.We finish with another episode of Football Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to guess which of the three unlikely stories about Mourinho is in fact true.Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (https://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia, including expanded interviews with many of the show's guests. RUNNING ORDER: - An introduction to this week’s show and guest, Alex Brooker.- Alex reveals his first ever kit wasn't an Arsenal one (1m 23s)- The lads choose their favourite ever retro kits (3m 10s)- The audio highlights of Mourinho's first season at Chelsea (5m 15s)- Mark reveals his dirty secret: he's always liked Chelsea (5m 51s)- Remembering Chelsea's brilliance that first season (6m 40s)- The perception of Mourinho when he arrived (7m 10s)- How Mourinho ushered in new football era (9m 30s)- An ice-cream van interruption and Mourinho the shithouse, plus Alex on when he knew Chelsea were better than Arsenal (10m 21s)- When everyone wanted Mourinho as England manager (12m 40s)- Interview with Steven Watt (14m 26s) – Steven talks us through Mourinho's arrival, how he managed that side, and how The Special One treated some of the younger players.- The famous Laundry Basket story (27m 5s)- Football Fact or Fiction (31m 27s)You can find our first two episodes about Arsenal's Invincibles season and Leeds' UCL run ft. Alex Brooker + Micky P Kerr here:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-broken-metatarsal/id1483489385 FOLLOW PLANET FOOTBALL:Twitter:@planetfutebol (https://twitter.com/planetfutebol)Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/fcplanetfootball)Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fcplanetfootball/)E-mail: contact@planetfootball.com (mailto:contact@planetfootball.com)We’re sponsored by Football Index (https://www.footballindex.co.uk/) , the world’s first football stockmarket. Use the code TBMIndex for a £500 money-back guarantee. New customers only. 18+.
Rich Williams, Mark Holmes and Rob Conlon are joined by comedian and Leeds fan Micky P Kerr to talk about United’s memorable run to the Champions League semi-final in 2000-01. Dominic Matteo also joins on the phone to discuss his role in that incredible achievement, from making his debut on the left wing against AC Milan to scoring the goal at the San Siro which fans still sing about today. We finish with another episode of Football Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to guess which of the three unlikely stories about Leeds that season is in fact true.Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (https://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia and more from Dominic Matteo about wanting to stay after relegation but finding himself pushed out of the door to bring in some much-needed cash. RUNNING ORDER: - An introduction to this week’s show and guests, including Britain’s Got Talent *finalist* Micky P Kerr- Micky reveals his connection to those famous 2000s words, ‘broken metatarsal’ (3m 48s)- Treat your ears to the audio highlights of Leeds’ amazing run that season (5m 50s)- Token non-Leeds fan Mark on why it didn’t feel surprising to a neutral that they were doing well in the Champions League (6m 53s)- Rob on a throwback era and Alan Smith’s goal against Anderlecht – “one of the best goals scored by an English team in the Champions League” (9m 20s)- Micky on how the Champions League used to be and when he realised Leeds ‘had a chance’ (11m 00s)- Rich recalls giving up a night with his potential new love to watch Leeds instead. He still remembers her name 18 years on (11m 45s)- Micky on the brilliance of Alan Smith (12m 50s)- Remembering the forgotten names from that famous win over AC Milan (13m 37s)- Interview with Dominic Matteo (14m 38s) – Dom talks us through making his debut as a left midfielder against Milan, how the move from Liverpool came about, how Lee Bowyer immediately stood out, scoring in the San Siro, singing his own song, Mark Viduka still talking about the lasagna in Milan, and why he never wanted to leave Elland Road.- When Leeds stopped being the underdog in the Champions League (33m 25s)- Remembering one of the best defences in Europe (36m 17s)- Football Fact or Fiction (38m 48s)You can find our first episode about Arsenal's Invincibles ft. Alex Brooker here:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-broken-metatarsal/id1483489385 FOLLOW PLANET FOOTBALL:Twitter: @planetfutebol (https://twitter.com/planetfutebol)Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/fcplanetfootball)Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fcplanetfootball/)E-mail: contact@planetfootball.com (mailto:contact@planetfootball.com) We’re sponsored by Football Index (https://www.footballindex.co.uk/) , the world’s first football stockmarket.  Use the code TBMIndex for a £500 money-back guarantee. New customers only. 18+.
Rich Williams, Mark Holmes and Pete Farries are joined by presenter and Arsenal fan Alex Brooker to discuss the Gunners’ amazing achievement in 2003-04 when they went an entire Premier League season unbeaten.Back-up goalkeeper from that season Graham Stack also joins the boys on the phone to reveal what it was like being a part of that incredible squad and how nervous he got acting as back-up to Mad Jens Lehmann.We finish our first ever episode of The Broken Metatarsal with a game of Football Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to guess which of the three unlikely stories about Arsenal that season is in fact true.Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (https://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia and more from Graham Stack about how knocking out a supporter on loan at Beveren kickstarted his Arsenal career.RUNNING ORDER:- An introduction to The Broken Metatarsal- Treat your ears to the audio highlights of that incredible season (5m 44s)- Alex on the greatest year of his life (7m 51s)- The best balanced squad you could imagine (10m 05s)- Winning the league at White Hart Lane – Alex recalls having   Champions 04 printed on the back of his Arsenal shirt *before* they   won it (11m 35s)- Disappointment at not winning the Champions League (14m 00s)- Graham Stack interview (17m 26s) – Arsenal’s back-up goalkeeper in 2003-04    discusses breaking through alongside Cesc Fabregas, what it was like in the dressing room, Arsene Wenger’s one-liners, having his Werther’s Originals confiscated, and how stressful it was acting as Jens Lehmann’s back-up.- Pete explains how you can make money on the Football Index (37m 31s)- Kicking off at Old Trafford (39m 47s)- When Mike Riley ended the run back at Man Utd (44m 32s)- Gilberto the giant anteater (46m 00s)- Football Fact or Fiction (47m 15s)FOLLOW PLANET FOOTBALL:Twitter: @planetfutebol (https://twitter.com/planetfutebol)Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/fcplanetfootball)Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fcplanetfootball/)E-mail: contact@planetfootball.comWe’re sponsored by Football Index (https://www.footballindex.co.uk/) , the world’s first football stockmarket.Use the code TBMIndex for a £500 money-back guarantee. New customers only. 18+.
Planet Football discuss the beautiful game in the noughties. Guests include Alex Brooker, Dominic Matteo and Cherno Samba. Weekly show starts Thurs 24th October 2019. Subscribe now.
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Sargey Bargey

Brilliant episode with Alex Brooker. Took me back to the glory days (I'm an Everton supporter so not actually so much glory but you know what I mean). if any one knows what the music is behind the Arsenal montage at the beginning I'd love to know!

Oct 25th
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