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Timeless stories from the modern world of football. This is a podcast by 433, hosted by Sam van Raalte.


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Timeless stories from the modern world of football. This is a podcast by 433, hosted by Sam van Raalte.


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    With Frenkie de Jong, Marc-André ter Stegen and CUPRA

    With Frenkie de Jong, Marc-André ter Stegen and CUPRA

    This football story starts when we're riding around Barcelona. Or actually: a driver is driving us around the city. We are on our way to FC Barcelona’s training facilities. This episode of the podcast is different from the stories we made before. This is a collaboration with CUPRA, one of FC Barcelona’s partners. CUPRA is an innovative car brand and they even have their own podcast: The Impulse. They wanted to collaborate with us at 433 on a special podcast episode. We got the opportunity to sit down and record a podcast with two of FC Barcelona’s key players: Frenkie de Jong and Marc-André ter Stegen, to talk about their roles in the team and the next generation of players coming up at FC Barcelona. 
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    • 31 min.
    The Turkish roots of Inter star Hakan Çalhanoğlu

    The Turkish roots of Inter star Hakan Çalhanoğlu

    Hakan Çalhanoğlu is one of the best Turkish footballers of his generation. He grew up in the west of Germany, in the city of Mannheim. He broke through as a gifted midfielder and an insane free kick taker in the Bundesliga. Last summer he made the controversial move from AC Milan, where he spent four successful years, to rivals Inter Milan.
    This episode of our podcast is dedicated to Hakan Çalhanoğlu and his background. What role do his Turkish roots play in his life? How did he break through in Germany? And what is his life like now in Milan? Hosts: Metecan Kanbur and Sam van Raalte.
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    • 32 min.
    Djibril Cissé's blood, sweat and trophies in Liverpool

    Djibril Cissé's blood, sweat and trophies in Liverpool

    This football story starts on a Saturday night in a nightclub in Amsterdam. The club is packed with people. They’re living their best lives, bouncing around on the beats the DJ plays. The man behind the turntables is handsome, black and has dyed his hair blond. He wears a white t-shirt and a silver-coloured overall. He’s looking fresh, like a proper DJ. But that guy is not just a DJ. It’s Djibril Cissé, the man who was banging in goals as a striker for football clubs all over the world, not too long ago. He even won the Champions League with Liverpool FC.
    This episode of our podcast is dedicated to the incredible story of Djibril Cissé and his wild years at Liverpool FC. It’s a story on making a record breaking transfer to England, buying a manor, suffering horrible injuries, winning the Champions League, pimping a van with Fat Joe, and becoming a DJ.

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    • 34 min.
    Arsenal Fan TV's surprising rise and struggles

    Arsenal Fan TV's surprising rise and struggles

    Arsenal Fan TV is one of our favourite football channels on Youtube, because their videos are always unfiltered. They changed the game when it comes to football fan representation on Youtube and social media. Arsenal Fan TV, or AFTV as they call themselves nowadays, became famous for rants by Arsenal fans in 2013. Since then it has grown into a little football media empire. If you’ve never seen or heard one of these rants, you definitely should.
    The man behind it all is Robbie Lyle, AKA Don Robbie. We want to know everything about the rise of AF TV, and the struggles Robbie had to deal with along the way. So we reached out to Robbie to get the full story. It’s an inspiring story about Jamaican immigrants, reggae, football banter, Arsenal, racism, hard work and building your own media empire.


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    • 34 min.
    The legend of Socrates' final game in England

    The legend of Socrates' final game in England

    It was mayhem at Garforth Town on a freezing day in november 2004. The stands of the little club were packed. Hundreds of people were still trying to get in. Media from all over England traveled to this non-league team, to cover what was happening there. Because this little club, Garforth Town, managed to sign the Brazilian football legend Socrates. And he was about to make his debut for the club, as a 50 year old.
    It would be one of Socrates' last big adventures, before he tragically passed away. In this episode of our podcast we reconstruct the story of the time the Brazilian football legend Socrates turned up at Garforth Town in England. It’s a bittersweet story about a Brazilian military dictatorship, a pink dressing room, a revolution, beer, cigarettes and a struggle to find purpose in life.
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    • 38 min.
    Here we go: The story behind Fabrizio Romano

    Here we go: The story behind Fabrizio Romano

    Some football fans say they trust Fabrizio Romano more than their own mothers. Some say they would let Fabrizio sleep with their girlfriends. Some say they would believe Fabrizio if he would tell them the moon is made of cheese. That’s how much football fans appreciate his work. Over the last couple of years Fabrizio Romano has become the absolute expert on transfer news in the world of football. When he says a transfer is happening, it’s happening. When he tweets Here we go. Well, there we go.
    But how did Fabrizio Romano become the goat of transfer news? Where did his story start? What methods does he use to get his scoops? What are the secrets of the trade? I spoke with Fabrizio and some of his closest friends, to get the story. This episode of our podcast is all about Fabrizio Romano and how he became the goat of transfer news. It’s a story about a lucky breakthrough, an insane work ethic, bulletproof passion for football, a lack of sleep, and listening to Brazilian music to relax.
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    • 36 min.

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