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The original half-hour Manchester United podcast rounding up the last week with match reviews and previews and an unparalleled youth, loan and women's round-up in the middle of the show.

Hosted by Harry Robinson and Jack Tait, the Manchester United Weekly Podcast comes to you at the start of every week with regular guests including high-profile journalists, authors and fans. Founded in January 2016.

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The original half-hour Manchester United podcast rounding up the last week with match reviews and previews and an unparalleled youth, loan and women's round-up in the middle of the show.

Hosted by Harry Robinson and Jack Tait, the Manchester United Weekly Podcast comes to you at the start of every week with regular guests including high-profile journalists, authors and fans. Founded in January 2016.

    S6 E29: An a-shaw-ed derby victory

    S6 E29: An a-shaw-ed derby victory

    Manchester United followed up a dreary Wednesday night in South London with a firey start away to rivals Manchester City. Bruno Fernandes put United in front after 2 minutes and the Reds followed it up in the second half with a wonderful goal from Luke Shaw, the club's best player of 2021 and perhaps one of the league's best too. As the sun set on Manchester on Sunday night, the city was red, for a time at least. City are still top of the league, and by some distance, but derby victory provides a boost for confidence, for momentum and for morale going into a tough run of fixtures for a United side who had struggled to create before this 2-0 win at the Etihad.
    This week on the Manchester United Weekly Podcas with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait, we're reviewing games against City and Palace, discussing the wider context of the recent happenings at United and providing you with an extensive youth, loan and women's round-up. Casey Stoney's side won 3-0 and James Garner received high praise from Chris Hughton. At the end of the show, we looked ahead to games against AC Milan and West Ham before Patrons get a bonus Q&A after we wrap things up in which we'll talk Ole's tactics, Varane and more. If you want to hear that every week, go to our Twitter @UtdWeeklyPod and follow the instructions there on how to sign up.
     
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    • 41 min
    S6 E28: A week of 0-0s

    S6 E28: A week of 0-0s

    Manchester United are held by Real Sociedad but progress in the Europa League with a tasty tie against AC Milan to follow and then fail to score against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. That result leaves United second in the Premier League and looking down rather than up, one point ahead of Leicester, four ahead of West Ham and six ahead of Chelsea. It's a decent position but it feels like yet another missed opportunity and yet another underwhelming game from a United who have rarely impressed since the turn of the year.
    In this episode of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast, Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review the Chelsea game, provide you with your regular youth, loan and women's round-up and look ahead to games against Crystal Palace and Manchester City.
     
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    • 44 min
    Walking to Old Trafford

    Walking to Old Trafford

    Pre-match thoughts from Harry Robinson, walking to Old Trafford along the Bridgewater Canal. Harry will be recording an episode from Old Trafford about Manchester United's game against Real Sociedad. It will be for Patron's only. To sign up and become a Patron of the podcast and hear the full episode, go to www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod
     
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    S6 E27: A good week

    S6 E27: A good week

    As we're teased with the end of lockdown 3 in Britain, Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continue to provide wins to help with the mood. One of those wins was an excellent dispatching of good Spanish side Real Sociedad, played in Turin in the UEFA Europa League. The second was less convincing but no less important, a 3-1 victory against Newcastle which puts United in a great position in the Premier League.
    Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are talking both of those games and previewing the second leg against Real Sociedad. As always, there's you extensive youth loan and women's round-up in the middle of the show where Harry talks Isak Hansen-Aaroen, loan moves aplenty and more.
     
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    S6 E26: The Midlands Inquisition

    S6 E26: The Midlands Inquisition

    It's a slog of a season. Game after game. After the woeful start in September and October, Manchester United grew to be excellent at winning against the 'bottom 14'. Not anymore. A 1-1 draw to West Brom follows shock defeat to Sheffield United and a draw to Everton and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will have to do something they've been unable to do in the league this season, beat fellow members of the top six to make up for dropped points. With upcoming games against Chelsea and Manchester City, the opportunity will be there to do so. It's a set-back for United and for Solskjaer, not one that requires an inquisition into the whole team, club and coaching staff, but one which disappoints and frustrates. United were passive at the Hawthorns, in defence and attack, and they left with a point when they deserved little more.


    Welcome back to the Manchester United Weekly Podcast where the mood can be summed up by a comment sent in by one of our Patrons, Michael Byerts, who said, "is there anything more to be said after that than uggghhhh?"


    But, there is. A little. We're talking West Brom, West Ham, the FA Cup and in the middle of the show, before a preview of Thursday's Europa League game against Real Sociedad, you'll get your extensive youth, loan and women's round-up. Shola Shoretire and Joe Hugill are amongst the goals again while badge-kissing Charlie McNeill scores four in the Manchester derby.
     
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    • 39 min
    S6 E25: Goal-happy (at both ends)

    S6 E25: Goal-happy (at both ends)

    Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait consider a week of mixed emotions for Manchester United. It was a week of football which, had it ended only 20 seconds earlier, would have been quite brilliant - a 9-0 win against Southampton followed by victory against Everton. But Dominic Calvert-Lewin's late equaliser condemned United to a late sour taste and made it a good and memorable week but not a brilliant one, particularly in the light of victories for Manchester City.
    Harry and Jack talk about the two games, De Gea and plenty more.
     
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