Football Daily presents the Extra Time podcast. Every week, three members of the FD team discuss the biggest talking points of the past seven days, as well as the odd niche episode exploring a single topic in detail.
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This Summer's Best Forward Signing Is...
A brand new episode of the Extra Time podcast? Go on then. On this week’s episode, Patrick van Straaten is joined by Zac Djellab and Henry Hill to cast their eye over the three big Brazilian attackers on the move this summer. Henry thinks Richarlison’s move to Spurs could turn into one of the best transfers they’ve made in recent years. Are Barcelona right to sign Raphinha? Zac kinda just sits on the fence, probably wishing the Leeds man was going to sign for his beloved Chelsea instead. Then of course, Patrick gets to talk Arsenal following their signing of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City - is he simply perfect for the Gunners, and does the number of goals he scores matter? Tune in for all that and more this week. Until next time - and hopefully we won’t keep you waiting as long for another episode.
Arsenal & Jake Daniels Reaction, Plus Next Season Predictions
The Extra Time Podcast is back! After a short hiatus, Patrick and Henry return to bring you all the biggest talking points in the world of football.. On this episode they discuss why Jake Daniels coming out could be a turning point for combating homophobia, then see what Wolves are doing to combat climate change. And we get Patrick's take on why Arsenal fell short this season..
After that, it is prediction time! Can Roma and Borussia Dortmund win their respective leagues next season? Will Aleksandar Mitrovic hit 15 for Fulham in the Premier League? And can Newcastle qualify for Europe?
And finally, is Erling Haaland a nailed-on success at Manchester City? The Norwegian might be a goalscoring machine, but his body has a habit of letting him down.. We run through the potential dangers that await Haaland's arrival at The Etihad.. Enjoy!
How Can Arsenal Fix Their Attack?
It’s Patrick van Straaten and Chris Hamill on the podcast this week, as Patrick gets to dedicate another show to Arsenal Football Club. This time though, it’s a look at their attack, as Mikel Arteta’s side face an uncertain summer. As it stands, they’ll have no natural strikers come August, so the first question is about whether or not Alexandre Lacazette has earned himself a new deal. Then there’s who they might bring in - Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo are the two names being majorly linked with the Gunners, but the likes of Tammy Abraham and Ivan Toney also get mentioned. And what about the future of Emile Smith Rowe - is his Arsenal future in doubt? Enjoy!
Where Will Football's Biggest Free Agents Go?
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This week on the podcast, Patrick van Straaten is joined by Joe Thomlinson and Henry Hill to discuss where some of football’s biggest free agents might land. No Kylian Mbappe talk, as he is inevitably off to Real Madrid, but might PSG find a replacement for free? Paulo Dybala is confirmed as leaving Juventus, so could move to France, although Manchester City have also been linked. Apparently Franck Kessie to Barcelona is all but confirmed, but where does he fit in that midfield - does Xavi need to sell someone? Then there’s new rumours that Juve are the front runners for Antonio Rudiger, whilst the likes of Andre Onana and Jesse Lingard could also find themselves without a club come July. They round off the pod with some Frank Lampard chat - it’s not got off to the best of starts, has it? Enjoy!
What's Next For Chelsea? ft. Nizaar Kinsella
It is a special one this week, as Zac Djellab takes the reins for a discussion all things Chelsea alongside our very own Dougie Critchley and special guest Nizaar Kinsella. It’s mostly a discussion about what is next for the club after Roman Abramovich put the Blues up for sale - who’s in the race and how might they be run in the future? There’s the consortium led by a Swiss billionaire who has no experience in sport, Chelsea fan Nick Candy and his group of investors, as well as the Saudi Media Group, who have no connection with the same regime that bought Newcastle United last year, none whatsoever, absolutely nothing, honest! There’s also the possibility that the new owners haven’t even been mentioned yet, and regardless, how it could spell the end for the likes of Marina Granovskaia in West London. There’s no doubt about it - this is your ultimate Chelsea situation debrief. Enjoy!
Why A Premier League Giant Are Favourites For Relegation
Patrick van Straaten is this week joined by Chris Hamill to take a look at the mess that is the Premier League relegation battle. At the time of recording, there were five teams who were nervously looking over their shoulder as well as the three currently occupying the drop zone, although Leicester City’s win over Burnley on Tuesday proves they were never in danger. The pair condemn Norwich City and Watford to the Championship for next campaign, but who will join them? Newcastle United are the only in-form side in the bottom half, so they should be safe, right? Brentford are sliding and sliding, whilst Leeds United can’t stop anyone scoring against them - they’re on pace for 90 goals conceded this season. Burnley always seem to pull something out the bag, and Everton…well, Frank Lampard’s side couldn’t actually get relegated, could they? It’s an actual possibility. Enjoy!
The BEST podcast I have ever heard
Listen in every week. Wouldn’t miss an episode for the world
Still good but not what it used to be
Still very much enjoy the podcast. However, sometime I wish they reverted back to the older style of the extra time podcast. Pato, Chris and Joe are undefeated. My Favourite episode was the best teams to not win a trophy. Don’t really see episodes like that anymore.