The Indy Football Podcast

The Independent
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A weekly podcast from The Independent's football team covering the Premier League, the Champions League and everything else fans need to know. A rotating panel of guests including players, agents and coaches will join Sports Editor and host Ed Malyon, as well as others from the Independent football team. Recording every Monday, The Indy Football Podcast will bring you all the analysis and in-depth previews you need for the week ahead.
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Luke Brown is joined by Miguel Delaney, Ben Burrows and Tony Evans to preview the new season, react to Liverpool supporters booing the national anthem and explore why the future of English football is under threat. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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Host Jack Pitt-Brooke, chief football writer Miguel Delaney and sports reporter Samuel Lovett discuss the Women's World Cup as they take a closer look at wider perceptions of the sport and comparisons wrongly drawn with the men's game. Attention then turns to the Young Lion's campaign at the U21 European Championships in Italy, where the likes of James Maddison and Phil Foden will be looking to prove their worth. Miguel offers a quick run-through of the transfer market before ending on Jonathan Liew's recent one-on-one interview with Asif Kapadia, the director of the new Maradona documentary.
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With the Champions League final this Saturday night, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Jonathan Liew look forward to it, speaking about Jonathan’s interview with Jurgen Klopp in Marbella, whether he is a perfectionist and how much of it is an act. Then they look at the pressure at Spurs, if it is any less than what Liverpool are under. And finally whether it makes sense to play a not fully-fit Harry Kane.
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Jack Pitt-Brooke was joined by Jonathan Liew, Miguel Delaney and the departing Ed Malyon for a season wrap-up episode, discussion on Neil Etheridge and a look at trickle-down economics
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On this week’s podcast the team – Jack Pitt-Brooke, Ed Malyon and Miguel Delaney - look back on one of the most exciting weeks in the recent history of the Champions League. Delaney talks us through Liverpool 4-0 Barcelona, why Barca were so poor and what it means for the future of their ageing team. And we ask whether this was the greatest ever Anfield European night.Then we move on Ajax 2-3 Tottenham, and ask whether it is an even more dramatic upset. What was it like to report on a game with such a spectacular second half? What does it mean for the future of this Ajax team? And how did Spurs find it within themselves to turn it around.Facing the first all-English final since 2008, we ask how the psychology will affect the game. Would this be a consolation prize for Liverpool if they fail to win the league? Or will it put a new expectation – and new pressure –on them?
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Today’s podcast is about the Champions League, looking back at the two first legs this week. First at Tottenham, we ask just how good Ajax were, whether Mauricio Pochettino got his tactics wrong and if there is any hope for the second leg. Could Ajax find themselves under more pressure now that they are expected to progress?Then on to Barcelona, where a very impressive Liverpool performance still led to a disastrous result. They can take plenty of credit but is it any solace now that their brilliant season hangs by a thread? It was Lionel Messi’s goal that decided the tie: given the state of the tie, was that the goal that won the Champions League? And given how dedicated Messi is to his art, is there another player in another sport who comes close to him?
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Jack Pitt-Brooke is host this week, and together with Jonathan Liew and Miguel Delaney, the guys look forward to Wednesday's huge Manchester derby and start with an in-depth look at Manchester United, and why the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer era has started to go wrong already. What if he is not Ole Gunnar Di Matteo but their Ole Gunnar Sherwood?Then they look at Manchester City, their own form, and the strange dynamic of a derby that will be without needle because of United fans' opposition to Liverpool winning the league.
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Ed Malyon is joined by Jack Pitt-Brooke and Jack Rathborn to dissect a thrilling week of Champions League quarter-finals in which Man United and Man City both fell by the wayside while Liverpool, Tottenham, Ajax and Barcelona progressed. But that barely scratches the surface of the controversy and confusion that took over our week.
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Ed Malyon, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Jonathan Liew record on Thursday this week (and next week, by the way) to recap the enormous Champions League ties going on. There's also some talk about literature, craft ale and also Chelsea's role in deciding the title race.
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Ed Malyon, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Miguel Delaney are all back in the country and they discuss all sorts, including a quest to define what bottling is, Liverpool's new-found way of winning, Tottenham's sudden dip and a look at those teams going down and why this has become their fate.
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International football is back, and the Premier League title race has been paused for England's Euro 2020 qualifiers against Czech Republic and Montenegro. Even with this, the most popular England team for a generation, how much do we all care? Jack Pitt-Brooke, Jonathan Liew and Lawrence Ostlere discuss.England could win two trophies in the next 15 months, with the Nations League finals in Porto this June then Euro 2020 at Wembley next year. We look back at England's evolution up to this point and ask where they go next. Who plays at right-back? What is the right combination in midfield? Is Declan Rice the missing link?Because Euro 2020 could well be the peak tournament for this generation, England's best chance at a trophy. Especially because the example of Germany shows that teams have to win while they are still young and before stasis sets in.And finally, the biggest topic of the week: which England players are Leave or Remain, in the eyes of Jonathan Liew.
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Jack Pitt-Brooke is your host before Ed Malyon returns somewhat belatedly to the show. Miguel Delaney and Jonathan Liew are also in the studio to discuss this weekend's games but, mainly, this weekend's incidents which have somewhat taken over the news agenda
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Ed Malyon, Miguel Delaney and Luke Brown are in London, while Jack Pitt-Brooke and Jonathan Liew are in Dortmund for this week's podcast. The guys look back on a big weekend in the title race, discuss the upcoming Champions League action and there's enough time for talk about Gareth Bale's situation in Madrid and also craft beer.
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Ed Malyon is joined by the returning Jonathan Liew and Miguel Delaney to discuss the big games of the weekend including - but not limited to - Manchester United's bore draw with Liverpool and Man City winning the Carabao Cup. They discuss the Kepa-Sarri incident that marred the final moments, Claude Puel's dismissal by Leicester and review the midweek continental action.
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Ed Malyon is joined by Miguel Delaney and Jack Pitt-Brooke, the latter of whom has just returned from interviewing Manuel Pellegrini. The guys start off on Pellegrini and West Ham before previewing Chelsea vs Manchester United, talking about last week's European games and previewing the upcoming Champions League ties as well as loads more nonsense besides.
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Ed Malyon, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Miguel Delaney are reunited - three men, two microphones, one podcast. The guys discuss Jack's trip to Dortmund to interview Jadon Sancho, the Premier League's stand-out result of the weekend and a big dose of Champions League preview
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Ed Malyon, Miguel Delaney and Jack Pitt-Brooke reconvene to discuss the weekend's big games, starting with Man United's victory over Arsenal on Friday night. Then they move on to talk FA Cup in general, Spurs' exit and their skewed priorities as well as why the transfer window has so far been such a damp squib.
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Ed Malyon is joined by the returning Jack Pitt-Brooke this week, as well as Luke Brown who took in Arsenal's win over Chelsea. The guys discuss Spurs' last-gasp win over Fulham, what it means for Pochettino's future and Tottenham's transfer policy. Plus, a ton of talk up and down the league and throwing things ahead to the FA Cup next weekend.
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Ed Malyon, Miguel Delaney and the Wall Street Journal's Joshua Robinson are in the studio to dissect the weekend's big game at Wembley, discuss what it means and take a deep dive into Joshua's new book, The Club. The guys also chat about spying and espionage in sport after Leeds and Derby were embroiled in a row
The Independentadded an audiobook to the bookshelfThe Indy Football Podcast2 years ago
Ed Malyon is joined by Jonathan Liew, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Miguel Delaney to discuss... well, all of the football that'shappened since the last podcast. Does Mauricio Pochettino love himself? Should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer get the permanent United job? These questions and many more are answered on the return of the pod.
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