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Gab and Juls: Should questions be asked of Solskjaer?
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to discuss Manchester United's 3-1 defeat to PSG and ask if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tactics are to blame. They also praise Romelu Lukaku after Inter Milan's vital 3-2 victory against Borussia Monchengladbach & ask whether Real Madrid will make it to the knock-out stage of the Champions League.
PSG Outlast Man United
The FC crew discuss PSG's victory over Manchester United, what it means going into the final matchday and who will advance out of Group H. Plus, the guys break down Olivier Giroud's four goal performance as Chelsea dominate Sevilla, Cristiano Ronaldo's 750th career goal and a questionable penalty decision causes Dortmund and Lazio to share the points.
Serie Awesome: Are Juventus Still Scudetto Favourites?
Following their 1-1 draw against Benevento, Kay Murray, Matteo Bonetti, Nicky Bandini and Mina Rzouki debate whether Juventus should still be considered favourites this season. Plus, the crew asks whether a swap between Christian Eriksen and Hakan Çalhanoğlu would make sense, and there's much praise after a Zlatan-free performance from AC Milan.
Messi vs Ronaldo; The world's best midfielder; Is Guardiola still elite?
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens celebrate ESPN's ranking of the top 100 players and managers in football in a special edition of the Gab & Juls Show. Mark Ogden, Stewart Robson and Natalie Gedra all join the guys in this packed show to explain what makes these players the best in the world.
Madrid's Existential Crisis
The FC crew discuss another defeat for Real Madrid and debate whether Zinadine Zidane is capable of getting his lost squad back on the right track. Plus, Inter Milan narrowly escape UCL elimination in Group B, while Liverpool avoid collapsing in a tough test against Ajax.
Caught Offside: EPL, Revs, USMNT and more
The boys take a look back at the EPL weekend as Cavani grabs 3 points, Klopp complains about the calendar and Arsenal struggle again. Plus, Greg Vanney is out in Toronto and Bruce Arena is through in New England.