No Question About That is the leading fan-published podcast covering Manchester United. Twice a week, the podcast talks you through the latest games, news, and fan culture at the world’s best supported club. "Paul and Ed have consistently commented with intelligence and eloquence, giving a beautiful insight into the nature of contemporary football, and United in particular.” - Simon Stephens, The Guardian
Ole's Hungry Kids
United beat Spurs at the "Tottenham Hotspur Stadium" and José Mourinho lost the run of himself. Mark it down as a thing you absolutely love to see. United's victory further cements the team's second place in the Premier League, with qualification for the Champions League now all but guaranteed. Ed & Paul enjoy a thoroughly satisfying day. Also on the show - a look back on United's victory in Granada, ahead to the return leg on Thursday and to Burnley's visit to Old Trafford next weekend.
Last of the No-hicans
United beat Brighton at Old Trafford in a low key return after the International break. It wasn't pretty despite United's dominance of possession, but a brilliant finish from Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood's later head won it for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men. Ed & Paul discuss, while looking forward to games against Granada and Spurs in the week to come and wondering why Ole has a problem with Mohicans. For Patreon backers, a look at the weekend's Premier League action.
Victory over Milan in Italy took United into the Europa League quarter finals, but the achievement was overshadowed by defeat to Leicester in the FA Cup. It wasn't just any defeat, but a comprehensive win for the hosts who outplayed United in every part of the game. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's players may have been tired, but the manager's tactics, selection, use of substitutes and his players' performances - especially in defence - were beyond risible. Ed & Paul are not happy.
Also on the show - a look at United's new shirt sponsor, TeamViewer and for backers we make fun of Jose Mourinho.
Mo Moyes, No Problems
Victory over David Moyes' West Ham at Old Trafford restores United to second place in the Premier League. It was an important win, but a truly uninspiring game. Did the Hammers set out to not-lose-by-too-much. Probably. Fifth place West Ham. Moyes' West Ham. Also on the show, a brief chat about last Thursday's draw with Milan at Old Trafford and what it means for next week's return at San Siro. Then a look ahead to the weekend's FA Cup tie at Leicester. And we talk about United's restructure.
Owing the Etihad
United win at the Etihad, again. It's becoming all so predictable. Billed as the battle between United's away record and City's 21-match winning run, it was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side that emerged victorious. Glorious. Ed & Paul discuss. Also on the show, a look ahead to United's match with Milan in the Europa League and a West Ham in the Premier League. For backers, a round-up of the week's action in the league.
United have scored just once in the past seven games against a 'big six' side and that was a penalty. It's becoming a pattern. Mind you that list includes Arsenal so perhaps that stat isn't worth the chip paper it's printed on. While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team was cautious in securing a draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the game ended in some controversy with United being denied an obvious penalty for Callum Hudson-Odoi's handball. Ed & Paul discuss.