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Planet Football and guests reminisce about the beautiful game in the noughties.

The Broken Metatarsal - A 2000s Football Podcast The Broken Metatarsal

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Planet Football and guests reminisce about the beautiful game in the noughties.

    The Maddest Transfers of the 2000s: Figo, Faubert, Tevez, Masch & More

    The Maddest Transfers of the 2000s: Figo, Faubert, Tevez, Masch & More

    Rich Williams, Mark Holmes and Pete Farries are joined by former footballer turned broadcaster Martin Gritton to remember some of the maddest transfers of the 2000s.
    From the ones that made you say WTF? to those that were just plain dodgy, the lads chat Figo, Faubert, Goram and, along with many others, Tevez and Mascherano.
    With Corona Virus keeping everyone home, The Broken Metatarsal will be taking a (hopefully) short break, and will be back with you later in the year.
    RUNNING ORDER:
    Intro
    Fantasy Draft Winner 1m 19s
    Why Transfer Deals? 2m 48s
    What it’s like being part of a transfer 3m 41s
    Some ‘What the F***?’ Signings 6m 1s
    Julien Faubert 6m 40s
    Tyrone Mears 8m 23s
    Christophe Dugarry 9m 37s
    How important is a manager to a move? 11m 25s
    Andy Goram 12m 20s
    ‘That’ amazing Bolton Team 13m 05s
    Edgar Davids and Barnet 15m 29s
    Dodgier Signings 17m 40s
    The Man City Thai Signings 17m 47s
    Michael Ball on the arrival of the Thai Players (Interview Clip) 18m 56s
    Bebe 20m 58s
    John Obi Mikel 22m
    Tevez and Mascherano 23m 15s
    Tevez’s Translator 24m 20s
    Paul Konchesky talks West Ham when Tevez and Mascherano arrived 27m 38s
    Mad signings at our clubs, starting with Roque Junior 31m
    Who our maddest signings are 37m
    E-mail: contact@planetfootball.com
    Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (http://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia, including expanded interviews with many of the show's guests.

    • 40 分鐘
    The Best of Enemies: Remembering the great Arsenal v Man Utd 2000s rivalry

    The Best of Enemies: Remembering the great Arsenal v Man Utd 2000s rivalry

    Rich Williams and Mark Holmes are joined by returning guests Alex Brooker and Danny McLoughlin to talk about the biggest rivalry of the 2000s, Arsenal v Manchester United.
    They chat through Arsenal winning the double at The Old Trafford, Keown v Ruud, The Beckham Boot and Pizzagate, from either side of the fan divide.
    As always, we finish with another edition of Football Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to guess which of the many glorious stories about that era is true.
    Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (http://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia, including expanded interviews with many of the show's guests.
    RUNNING ORDER:
    Introduction & Where Are You?
    Montage 2m 21s
    How the rivalry began 3m 56
    Alex and Danny’s 90s memories of the rivalry 5m 35s
    Alex on winning the Double at Old Trafford 7m 42s
    Danny on not watching Arsenal getting the Double at Old Trafford 11m 42s
    Beckham and the boot 12m 45s
    Who was the better boss? 15m 46s
    The 2003 Community Shield Battle 17m 30s
    Keown versus Van Nistlerooy, and that incredible match 20m 8s
    Which team was dirtier? 24m 22s
    The rivalry during ‘The Invincibles’ 26m
    Why was the rivalry so special? 27m 30s
    Man Utd end the unbeaten run 29m 50s
    Keane v Viera and PizzaGate 34m 15s
    Favourite moments of the rivalry 38m 14s
    Fact or Fiction 42m 28s
    E-mail: contact@planetfootball.com
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    • 48 分鐘
    A 2000s Premier League Dream Team Draft

    A 2000s Premier League Dream Team Draft

    For obvious reasons, we can't get to the studio at the moment. But the show must go on so we bring you this week's episode from the comfort living hell of our bedrooms.
    Rich Williams, Mark Holmes, Rob Conlon and Pete Farries are all on their phones to fight it out for their favourite 2000s players as we each attempt to name a Dream Premier League XI from the decade.
    It's a draft format so everyone gets their turn to pick first - and last - leading to some pretty surprising batshit mental selections. To put it into perspective, eight strikers are picked and none of them are Ruud van Nistelrooy, Didier Drogba or Michael Owen.
    Listen to our teams, then send in yours (along with any abuse) on Twitter @planetfutebol (https://twitter.com/planetfutebol)
    RUNNING ORDER: 
    Home Locations - 30s
    The rules - 2m 11s
    Striker #1 - 3m 09s
    Left-back - 6m 15s
    Centre mid #1 - 8m 17s
    Centre-back #1 - 11m
    Right-back - 13m 30s
    Keeper - 17m
    Left wing - 20m 40s
    Centre-back #2 - 24m 20s
    Centre mid #2 - 27m 45s
    Right wing - 30m 10s
    Striker #2 - 34m 16s
    Final line-Ups - 38m 40s
    Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (http://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia, including expanded interviews with many of the show's guests.
    Email: contact@planetfootball.com

    • 45 分鐘
    The Golden Generation: From Germany Joy to Penalty Pain

    The Golden Generation: From Germany Joy to Penalty Pain

    Rich Williams, Mark Holmes and Rob Conlon are joined by Crystal Palace fan and comedian Chloe Petts to remember the highs and lows of Sven-Goran Eriksson's England reign.
    Paul Konchesky joins on the phone to reveal his own joy at getting to see a wonderful group of players close up and give some insight into what the England camp was like back then, including some pretty firm rules on leaving the dinner table.
    As always, we finish with another edition of Football Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to guess which of the many glorious stories about that era is true.
    Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (http://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia, including expanded interviews with many of the show's guests.
    RUNNING ORDER:
    1m 20s- Rich is unpleasant
    2m 1s - Mark’s dramatic irony
    3m 35s - Montage
    5m - What’s to come
    6m 03s - Sven arrives 
    8m 38s - Sven’s fantastic record (football) and the footballers he could choose from
    9m 42s - 5-1 and sneaking in the pub
    12m 35s - THAT free-kick and Golden Balls
    16m 05s - A Broken Metatarsal
    18m 30s - The hope
    19m 05s - Brazil and the 2002 World Cup
    22m - The players that gave joy
    24m 10s - Interview with Paul Konchesky. Paul talks arriving into the England squad, how it all worked, and Becks allowing people to leave the table.
    33m 03s - Post-interview chat
    34m 20s - Cliques
    36m - Rich critiques his son’s team
    36m 46s - Euro 2004
    40m 28s - Penalties…
    42m 06s - Sven
    44 15s - World Cup 2006
    45m 35s - The Wink
    51m 24s - Fact or Fiction
    E-mail: contact@planetfootball.com
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    • 59 分鐘
    Liverpool's 2000-01 Treble, Ft. Stephane Henchoz interview

    Liverpool's 2000-01 Treble, Ft. Stephane Henchoz interview

    Rich Williams, Mark Holmes and Rob Conlon are joined by Liverpool fan and comedian Alfie Brown to remember Liverpool's 2001 Treble and the players that made it happen.
    Former Reds centre-back Stephane Henchoz joins on the phone to give us his memories of being a massive part of that success.
    As always, we finish with another edition of Football Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to guess which of the many glorious stories about that team is true.
    Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (http://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia, including expanded interviews with many of the show's guests.
    RUNNING ORDER:
    - Intro to the show and guests
    - Alfie uses the word 'etymology' (1m)
    - Treble Montage (2m)
    - Alfie's memories of that time (3m 20s)
    - Going into that season and the signings (5m 09s)
    - Momentum (7m 30s)
    - Gary Mac and a mandatory Leeds United reference (9m 20s)
    - Steven Gerrard (10m)
    - Mark's YouTube Journey (11m 50s)
    - Alfie and the Worthington Cup Final (12m 40s)
    - ...FA Cup Final (14m 16s)
    - and UEFA Cup Final and Golden Goal (15m 30s)
    - That squad, and that frontline (17m 21s)
    - Fowler and the *ahem* thing  (21m 02s)
    - Interview with Stephane Henchoz. Stephane joins us on the phone to talk about the Treble season, and his massive part in those games (22m 49s)
    - Pete is Bankrupt (35m 50s)
    - The Treble, The League, and almost blowing it (36m 18s)
    - Macca and The Barca semi-finals (39m 40s)
    - Football Fact or Fiction (41m 00s)
    You can find all our other episodes here, including things we miss about the 2000s, our favourite shithouses of the decade, the Rafalution, Arsenal Invincibles and Champ Man with Cherno Samba: https://audioboom.com/channels/5008818
    FOLLOW PLANET FOOTBALL:
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    • 49 分鐘
    Things We Miss About 2000s Football: Loose Shirts & Hard Tackles

    Things We Miss About 2000s Football: Loose Shirts & Hard Tackles

    Rich Williams, Mark Holmes and Broadcaster Pete Farries are joined by returning comedian Mark Smith to reminisce about the glory of the 2000s and the things we miss most from that wonderful decade.
    As always, we finish with another edition of Football Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to guess which of the many glorious stories about 2000's Footy TV stalwarts Richard Keys and Andy Gray is true.
    Make sure you head to www.planetfootball.com (http://www.planetfootball.com/) for more 2000s nostalgia, including expanded interviews with many of the show's guests.
    RUNNING ORDER:
    - Intro to the show and guests. Rich is old.
    - Sharon the eco-warrior (2m 50s)
    - THAT music (6m)
    - Unknown signings (7m 35s)
    - When Stoke's record signing went AWOL (11m 47s)
    - Poorly-fitting football shirts (13m 20s)
    - When footballers were normal people (14m)
    - A time before mobile phones at matches (17m 24s)
    - Before spending with reckless abandon got such a bad name (19m 30s)
    - The start of glamorous signings in the Premier League (23m 20s)
    - Fun Jose Mourinho (23m 50s)
    - Nothing new can happen in football. It's finished. (25m 10s)
    - The Simpsons following Super Sunday when it was actually Super (25m 53s)
    - Strike partnerships (27m 48s)
    - Getting away with aggressive tackling (30m 34s)
    - Champions League nights on ITV (31m 25s)
    - Intertoto Cup (32m 45s)
    - Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho (33m 35s)
    - Your suggestions: FanZone, England on tour, Player Cam (36m 22s)
    - Multiple player unveiling photoshoots (38m 10s)
    - Football Fact or Fiction (39m 32s)
    You can find all our other episodes here, including our favourite shithouses of the 2000s, Arsenal Invincibles, Leeds in the Champions League semis, Champ Man with Cherno Samba and Cristiano Ronaldo at Man Utd: https://audioboom.com/channels/5008818
    FOLLOW PLANET FOOTBALL:
    Twitter: @planetfutebol
    Facebook
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    E-mail: contact@planetfootball.com
    We’re sponsored by Football Index, the world’s first football stockmarket. 
    Use the code TBMIndex for a £500 money-back guarantee. New customers only. 18+.

    • 48 分鐘

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