European Football Podcasts

Podcast: Managerial Transitions – Tottenham Hotspurs, FC Barcelona, & Newcastle United

It is never easy being a modern-day head coach at an elite club. Regardless of your previous exploits with the team, a string of poor results could see you facing the sack. Such is the life of a gaffer. Every flawed tactical decision and erroneous player selection could push him closer to the exit.

Unfortunately, we see this all too often in Europe’s top-flight leagues and recently, a host of managers have been sacked in the Premier League and specific candidates have been appointed as their replacements. After an abysmal start to the campaign, Spurs sacked Nuno Espírito Santo and appointed Antonio Conte. FC Barcelona ended Ronald Koeman’s tumultuous reign and brought back a true Catalonian icon, Xavi Hernández. And, of course, how we can forget Steve Bruce – the first casualty after the Saudi takeover of Newcastle United. Eddie Howe remains the most likely candidate as things stand after Unai Emery rejected the role.

What do we have to say about these moves?

Tune in to find out!

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Podcast: Our 2021 UEFA Nations League Final Predictions

It’s yet another edition of the UEFA Nations League Finals and this time we have a mouthwatering clash on our plates. The reigning world champions France, take on a young and vibrant Spanish side that has the potential to emerge victorious from their bout. Elsewhere, the third-place match sees Belgium and Italy hash it out. […]

Podcast: Ripping The Band-Aid Off – Discussing Man Utd, Everton, & Lyon Woes

Well, we dive into some uncomfortable territory. Vikram and Jack talk about their favourite teams’ recent woes. In particular, Vikram is feeling the after-effects of Liverpool’s 5-1 thrashing of the Red Devils while Jack discusses how Everton and Lyon’s recent form has been rather dreadful as well. How do we feel about our teams’ respectful […]

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, […]

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