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
Shafting the Club at Every Level
#501. On the pitch, United's mens team lose to Leicester and Liverpool amid a hectic schedule. Is the heavy workload catching up with Ole's team at just the wrong time? Off it, women's team manager Casey Stoney resigns, apparently in protest at the lack of investment by the club's Board in the team and facilities. Is there any part of the club the Glazer family won't shaft for profit? Ed & Paul discuss, and then look forward to games against Fulham and Wolves in the week to come. For backers, the FA Cup, Premier League and major European Leagues.
Second Half FC
#500. On the 500th episode of NQAT ... United produce another second-half comeback to secure three more points and qualification for next season's Champions League. After winning 3-1 at Aston Villa, United have now won 31 points from losing positions this season. Ed & Paul discuss victory at Villa Park, progress in the Europa League and then look forward to games against Leicester City and Liverpool this week.
Lights, Camera, Direct Action!
#499. United's game versus Liverpool at Old Trafford was postponed after fans' protest against the Glazer family's ownership spilled onto the pitch. It'll be hard for the club to ignore supporters now, even if the inevitable spin casts protesters as "hooligans" rioting out of control. Did the protest go too far or not far enough? Ed & Paul discuss on this week's show. Also on the pod, a look back at United's demolition of Roma in the Europa League and ahead to games against the Giallorossi in Rome and then Aston Villa next weekend. Enjoy!
#498. The fallout from the now collapsed Super League continues, with the Mad King Señor Perez being, well, mad over in Madrid, Ed Woodward spinning furiously in Manchester, and City and Chelsea denying either wanted to be in the tournament in the first place. Ok lads. Meanwhile, on the football pitch United played out a draw with Leeds at Elland Road. Perhaps with one eye on Thursday's Europa League semi-final against Roma and next Sunday's tie with Liverpool. Ed & Paul discuss.
#497. Well that escalated quickly! In the 48 hours since the announcement of the Super League on Sunday night the whole shoddy, greedy, grubby edifice has fallen. First, City and Chelsea pulled out. They didn't need it, they didn't want it. Then the house of cards came crashing down on Tuesday night... and Ed Woodward resigned. Ed & Paul discuss the short-lived Super League and its legacy.
Against Modern F**tball
#496. This episode was recorded at 6.30pm after United beat Burnley. Events regarding the 'Super League' have moved on a little bit since we recorded. On the pitch United beat Granada and then Burnley to conclude a successful week - into the semi finals of the Europa League and then solidifying second place domestically. Off it, United are among 12 European clubs to sully 150 years of history, throwing under the bus millions of fans in the name of ever more money, with the announcement of "Super League," a new European competition designed to replace the Champions League and hoover up ever more cash. As Ajax fans once said, "Against Modern Football." Very much against it.
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