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No Question About That is the leading fan-published podcast covering Manchester United. Twice a week, the podcast talks you through the latest games, news, and fan culture at the world’s best supported club.

"Paul and Ed have consistently commented with intelligence and eloquence, giving a beautiful insight into the nature of contemporary football, and United in particular.” - Simon Stephens, The Guardian
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Third Place is a Charm

Third Place is a Charm

2020-07-2701:01:49

At one stage this season Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team was in 14th place in the Premier League, far closer to the relegation zone than earning a place in the Champions League. United's post-lockdown form has earned a place at Europe's top table, making up a gap of 15 points on Leicester and over-taking Chelsea in the process. Ed & Paul discuss United's 2-0 victory at the King Power Stadium and the implications for United's future. There's also a brief preview of the upcoming Europa League Round of 16 tie against LASK.
Squeaky Bum Time

Squeaky Bum Time

2020-07-2342:531

Another match, more dropped points. United's draw with West Ham has put participation in next season's Champions League in doubt, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's shattered team now requiring a point or better at Leicester on Sunday. Ed & Paul look back of the game against the Hammers and forward to the weekend's crucial fixture.
David de Goner

David de Goner

2020-07-2051:53

United were comfortably beaten by Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. Defeat came as manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer switched up a winning formula and David de Gea dropped another clanger. It was a one-off, but are there longer term consequences and questions that result? Ed & Paul discuss.For backers, we review the week's football.
United delivered when it mattered against Crystal Palace on Thursday night, but it was much harder work than the 2-0 scoreline might suggest. Sublime goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial earned United three very critical points. Ed & Paul look back on all the action, discuss the fallout from Manchester City's CAS ruling, and look ahead to the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea at Wembley.
Hard Lessons

Hard Lessons

2020-07-1450:30

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says United will learn a "hard lesson" after dropping points against Southampton at Old Trafford, but will the 2-2 draw cost United a place in next season's Champions League, and the money that goes with a seat at Europe's top table? Ed & Paul discuss all the fallout from a lacklustre performance and look ahead to Thursday's tie against Crystal Palace in south London.
Three Goal Margin FC

Three Goal Margin FC

2020-07-1001:09:41

Another week, another victory by a three goal margin. What's going on at Manchester United?! Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side wasn't at its best vs Aston Villa, but the team really didn't need to be either. Ed & Paul review all the action and look forward to Monday's game against Southampton. There's also an interview with the newly rebranded Stretford End Paddock.
Marvellous Mason

Marvellous Mason

2020-07-0653:45

Just how good is Mason Greenwood? The teenage striker scored twice against Bournemouth at Old Trafford, taking his tally for the season to 15. There's something very special brewing. Ed & Paul review another entertaining United victory, and then look ahead to Thurday's fixture against Aston Villa. For Patreon backers, we review the week's Premier League action.
10.4 Seconds

10.4 Seconds

2020-07-0241:12

United thrash Brighton to build real momentum in the race for Champions League places, including a breakaway goal of awesome quality. Is Ole's side now good again?! Ed & Paul look back on another positive performance from United and ahead to the weekend's fixture against lowly Bournemouth at Old Trafford.
Slabhead Strikes

Slabhead Strikes

2020-06-2949:05

NQAT is a L******l free zone. On today's episode, United beat Norwich in the FA Cup to book a semi-final against Chelsea. United lacked fluency, with the game heading towards penalties before Harry Maguire slid home a winner. Ed & Paul look forward to Tuesday's game against Brighton - a must win game if a place in next season's Champions League is to be secured. For backers, a round-up of the week's football.
Le Triplé

Le Triplé

2020-06-2541:491

Anthony Martial scored a hat-trick as United thrashed Sheffield United at Old Trafford on Wednesday. It was the first league hat-trick scored by a United player since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement. Ed & Paul review the game, which was replete with positives, and then look ahead to the weekends FA Cup tie against Norwich.
An orgy of football

An orgy of football

2020-06-2255:50

Finally a game to review, with United coming from behind to draw at Tottenham. Bruno Fernandes scored United's goal from the spot in an encouraging if not flawless performance. Ed & Paul review all the action and then look forward to the Reds' game against Sheffield United on Wednesday. For Patreon backers, a review of the all the weekend's action. Who needs Football Weekly, eh?
Football is Back!

Football is Back!

2020-06-1501:01:32

After three long months, football is back. On Monday's pod, Ed & Paul preview the remainder of the season - nine Premier League games, the FA Cup and United's participation in the Europa League. For Patreon backers, what happens if United don't qualify for the Champions League?
This Friday, a special NQAT Game Club: the best players from the United teams we saw over the past 20 episodes. Next Monday: a preview of the rest of the season!
On NQAT game club, Sir Alex' final game in charge - a 5-5 draw at West Bromwich Albion from 2013 and an emotional goodbye. For backers: what has gone wrong since 2013. Hint: a lot!https://mutv.manutd.com/videos/3624?vod_category=1
On Monday's NQAT Game Club we revisit a Dimitar Berbatov hat-trick as United beat Liverpool at Old Trafford in September 2010. The Bulgarian spent a challenging four seasons at Old Trafford, sometimes demonstrating the "genius" Sir Alex Ferguson had bought for £30m, but often showing a disappointing return on investment. Next time out - Sir Alex's final game in charge, a 5-5 draw at West Bromwich Albion.United 3-2 Liverpoolhttps://footballia.net/matches/manchester-united-liverpool-fc-premier-league-2010-2011West Brom 5-5 Unitedhttps://footballia.net/matches/west-bromwich-albion-manchester-united
On Monday's NQAT Game Club we revisit Moscow 2008, a glorious night for United in Europe. Having defeated Sporting, Roma, Dynamo Kyiv, Lyon, Roma, and Barcelona on the way, Sir Alex Ferguson's team beat Chelsea on penalties to take home a third European Cup. Next week: a Dimitar Berbatov hat-trick as United beat Liverpool at Old Trafford.Moscow 2008https://mutv.manutd.com/videos/3611?vod_category=9Dimitar Berbatov 3-2 Liverpoolhttps://footballia.net/matches/manchester-united-liverpool-fc-premier-league-2010-2011
On Monday's NQAT Game Club, Roy Keane's greatest hour as United win in Turin to progress to the 1999 Champions League final. Next week, we revisit Moscow 2008 and another glorious night for United in Europe.Juventus v Unitedhttps://mutv.manutd.com/videos/3529?vod_category=9United v Chelseahttps://mutv.manutd.com/videos/3611?vod_category=9
On Friday's NQAT Game Club, Eric Cantona returns to action against Liverpool in October 1995. Having served an eight month ban for kicking a racist hooligan the previous January, Cantona scores a late penalty to earn United a draw. Next Monday, Roy Keane's greatest hour as United win in Turin.United v Liverpoolhttps://footballia.net/matches/manchester-united-liverpool-fc-premier-league-1995-1996Juventus v Unitedhttps://mutv.manutd.com/videos/3529?vod_category=9
On Monday's NQAT Game Club, United smash Arsenal to make the Champions League 2009 final. Just 1-0 up from the first leg at Old Trafford, United blew Arsenal away with an outstanding performance and some fine goals too. On Friday's pod, Eric Cantona's return to action against Liverpool in October 1995, having served an eight month ban for kicking a racist hooligan the previous January.Links:https://www.manutd.com/en/videos/detail/match-rewind-in-full-arsenal-1-man-utd-3-5-may-2009https://footballia.net/matches/manchester-united-liverpool-fc-premier-league-1995-1996
On this Friday's NQAT Game Club, United face Everton in the 2016 FA Cup semi-final. Plenty of action in this one: Wayne Rooney starts in midfield, Marouane Fellaini scuffs one in, and there's a dramatic late Antony Martial winner! Next Monday, United smash Arsenal in the Champions League to make the 2009 final.United v Everton:https://footballia.net/matches/everton-fc-manchester-united-fa-cup-2015-2016Arsenal v United:https://www.manutd.com/en/videos/detail/match-rewind-in-full-arsenal-1-man-utd-3-5-may-2009
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Comments (7)

Victor Kovachev

very obvious agenda against Shaw which is so poor of you. clearly our whole team is suffering ever since his injury and you are trying to target him as a weak link. it must be personal as otherwise you don't really know football...

Aug 1st
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Jamie Holt

I was at this one...amazing 2nd half, in those days we believed anything was possible.

Apr 3rd
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Nein Spem

If these two stuck to football instead of speaking of American politics then this will be a much better podcast.

Feb 18th
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Matt Stanton

love the show

Sep 26th
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Chief Cliffy

When they discuss United it's a quality listen, but too often Ed wants to be divisive and always go on about how some fans are idiots, racists, bigots. etc etc.... If it happened once then it wouldn't be a problem, but Ed is probably one of the worst hosts I've ever listened too. Paul is quality and often looks for the good in situations.

Aug 13th
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David Finnegan

'bout effing time

Apr 6th
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