The European football podcast every Monday that reviews the latest news, results and talking points from the Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A and more. Hosted by Rob Daly.
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Football in Europe Update: 2017/18
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S2 EP33: Our European XI of the season 2016/17 featuring Messi, Keita, Buffon and more
As the European football season comes to a close across the continent, hosts Rob Daly and Chris Parrott pick their teams of the season featuring Messi, Bonucci, Keita and a few controversial picks too!
For a round-up of the weekend’s European cup action plus a review of the 2016/17 season, download the latest edition of Trans Europe Express on talkSPORT, featuring Rob alongside Andy Brassell and host Danny Kelly for a three-hour special (also available on iTunes).
S2 EP32: Juve + Real Madrid win titles, Monaco sign off in style, Lacazette to Atletico, Chelsea’s “new” centre-back + Ancelotti’s singing
Spanish football writer for The Times Joe Cassinelli joins us to discuss Real Madrid winning La Liga on the final day, Isco, Barcelona’s short-comings, Torres scoring in his Calderon farewell and why a managerial domino effect is expected in Spain this summer.
Hosts Rob Daly and Chris Parrott also discuss Juve and Monaco’s deserved title successes, Cologne qualifying for Europe, Zenit’s problems and we hear Carlo Ancelotti’s singing at Bayern’s title celebrations.
S2 EP31: Kuyt gives Feyenoord glory, Benfica champions, Monaco edge closer and Napoli’s Tinder deal
Dirk Kuyt’s hat-trick wins Feyenoord the title. We speak to Eredivisie commentator on Sky Sports, Richard Connolly, about a dramatic final day in the Netherlands.
Benfica are champions again in style, Monaco edge closer to Ligue 1 glory, Chris Parrott tells us about his tour inside the new Atletico stadium and Napoli sign up with….Tinder!
BT Sport’s Adam Summerton explains the mess at Inter after Pioli’s sacking.
S2 EP30: Dortmund defeat Hoffenheim, Monaco march on, Messi’s contract, Feyenoord wobble + Europe's Goodbye to the Calderon
Host Rob Daly is joined by BT Sport’s Archie Rhind-Tutt and Bundesliga commentator Kevin Hatchard to discuss the latest from Germany as Dortmund beat Hoffenheim in a “Champions League play-off”, Cologne beat Bremen in a 4-3 thriller for Europe and RB Leipzig have major reason to celebrate.
Chris Parrott is back too as he heads to Madrid this week for the last ever European game at the Calderon. We discuss Atletico/Monaco’s chances plus why Feyenoord have had a major wobble in their mission to claim the Eredivisie title, with De Kuip packed out with fans watching an expected victory on big screens.
S2 EP29: PSG’s Nice Meltdown, Bayern claim the Bundesliga, Lazio conquer Rome + the expose in to Charlton’s controversial European football network
Three top guests this week joining host Rob Daly:
BT Sport commentator Steve Wyeth was on the mic as Bayern beat Wolfsburg 6-0 to secure their 5th consecutive Bundesliga title. We discuss Ancelotti’s latest league triumph after a tough week, plus the collapse of Wolfsburg.
French Football Weekly’s Rich Allen helps us get in to Nice’s win over PSG which may end Emery’s hopes of claiming the Ligue 1 title. Mario Balotelli goes on an epic wind-up as Monaco close in a major domestic honour
We also speak to former Charlton Athletic employee Jimmy Stone, who has exposed the bizarre network of European football clubs feeding in to The Valley, and why Roland Duchatelet’s model of ownership has failed so spectacularly. His new 4-part radio documentary “Getting To Know The Network” has been nominated for multiple awards, been featured in VICE and the Daily Mail and is a truly great piece of fan journalism. You can download the podcast now on iTunes, listen on Soundcloud or follow the documentary on Twitter at @GTKTheNetwork