European Football Podcasts

SoccerKakis X The Goal Assembly: A Blockbuster LaLiga Preview [El Clásico & Atléti vs La Real]

If you’re a LaLiga fan, this is certainly a blockbuster game week for you. If you’re not a fan of LaLiga, where better to start than the two fixtures, we talk about in this week’s episode!

We had the privilege of having a former guest speaker, Russell Tan (the regional Head of Marketing & Strategy for LaLiga and the founder of The Goal Assembly), return for this week’s episode. After close to two decades, this would be the first El Clásico without global footballing icon Lionel Messi and it will be interesting to see how both teams fare. After all, both teams are in a period of transition with Los Blancos faring relatively better than the Catalans. Yet, El Clásicos are special matches – form matters little in the impending battle between Barca and Real.

Jack, Russell and I discuss these points and more, including the upcoming match against Atlético Madrid and Real Sociedad, who currently sit at the top of the La Liga table.

Who will emerge victorious from both matches?

Tune in to find out our predictions.

Alternative link to the episode on Anchor: click here!

Podcast: Our Europa League Group Stage Predictions

Just a disclaimer, but this was recorded before the Europa League started! While the UEFA Europa Conference League is the new kid on the block, the Europa League went through some changes itself. The number of groups has dropped from 12 to 8 – similar to the Champions League. Interestingly, the reduced number of participants […]

SoccerKakis X The Goal Assembly Podcast: Lee Kang-in & Takefusa Kubo, Prodigies Collide At Real Mallorca

Korea and Japan are leading Asian nations but rarely have generational talents from each state played together at the same club.  Considering that, we are witnessing a rare spectacle as exceptional talents Lee Kang-in and Takefusa Kubo will be playing alongside each other at Real Mallorca in the LaLiga this season. Together with Russell Tan, […]

I was wrong, Barcelona are not fine…

The cracks in the financial foundation of one of football’s premier institutions are starting to cause the walls to fall down… Back in March, I wrote this article about the crisis at Barcelona, arguing that things were honestly not as bad as they seemed. Yes, their start to the season was concerning, but at the […]

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