A world football / soccer podcast, covering the beautiful game from all corners of the globe with experts on every continent. A unique mix of football journalism & fandom.
European Football Show - Lampard Sacked. Torres Jacked.
Alan Feehely, Jasmine Baba and John O'Sullivan are back to roundup the latest stories in European football, including:
- Frank Lampard is replaced by Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea.
- Luis Suarez firing at Atleti.
- New front 3 at PSG?
- Martin Ødegaard joins Arsenal.
- Thiago and Liverpool.
- Galway United appoint Lisa Fallon as first-team head coach.
- New build Fernando Torres.
European Football Show - Residual Sarrism
Alan Feehely, Jasmine Baba, and John O'Sullivan look back on a weekend of European football, including Liverpool vs Man United, Athletic Club's Supercopa, former players as managers, and Bayern's latest resurgence.
European Football Show - Taunting Plumbers
Alan Feehely, Jasmine Baba, and John O'Sullivan take a look at the latest goings-on in European football, including who the title favourites are in Germany, England and Spain, Lionel Messi's resurgence, and David Alaba's move from Bayern to Real Madrid.
Julián Álvarez - Scouting Spotlight
20-year-old River Plate forward Julián Álvarez is the focus of the latest Scouting Spotlight, as Austin Miller and Tom Robinson take a look at the most promising players in South America.
European Football Show - Houllier's Legacy & UEFA Cups Preview
The new-look European Football Show discusses the legacy Gérard Houllier leaves and looks ahead to games across the continent where his influence is seen at every turn.
Host Alan Feehely is joined by guests Jonathan Fadugba, Jasmine Baba, John O'Sullivan and Sam Leveridge to cover the continent in 60 minutes.
The Dugout - The History of Football Chanting with Andrew Lawn
Adam Brandon is joined by Andrew Lawn to discuss the history of football chanting.
Andrew's new book: We Lose Every Week, focuses on the history of football chanting. From Victorian Britain to broken wheelbarrows, via Cilla Black, Italian earthquakes and backheeled bananas, this is the story of how and why tens of thousands of people come together in unison in football grounds, pubs and town squares to sing, and the impact that can have on the game, on the humans involved and on society more broadly. We all have a favourite. Who are ya? Who are we?
We Lose Every Week can be be bought here: