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World Football Daily is back in a big way! Oliver and Rafa come back to the microphones to kick it as only this Brit and American can! Our guest for the day is the Telegraph's very own Jeremy Wilson. Jeremy joins the show to talk about the Premier League at the midpoint of the season, coming in to the new year. Arsenal are atop the table and we get his thoughts on how they might be able to stay there. We also look at who have the biggest opportunity to make it into a Champions League spot out of the top 8 teams in the standings as it really is any one's to win. Jeremy and Ollie also look at the January transfer window which just kicked off, with a couple of moves to talk about already. Who will win and who will lose come the close of the window, Jeremy tells us his teams to keep an eye on. Rafa joins the program to talk about his massive hangover to start the new year. The boys also talk about the re-start to Italian and Spanish football, looking especially close at the dominance of Juve and Napoli in the league, but dropping out of Champions League play none-the-less. Plus, we look at Messi's potential move away from Barcelona and how likely that might be. So much to catch up on, so get ready for a hell of a pod.
And Arsenal will be top of the Premier League at the end of 2013. The question of whether or not they will finish at the top of the heap at the end of the season is still yet to be seen. Suddenly, Liverpool FC are in a riot over their recent run of form. Some are literally calling for the head of Manager Brendan Rogers. Sherwood and his Spurs cruised to all three points, but the question is whether or not they will take the Europa League serious, and can they finish top four? Hull City get a huge result against Fulham who have seemingly lost their identity this season. It's a Premier League-centric show today. Thanks to Ollie for coming together to deliver today's show.
So we hope you have been enjoying your holidays, cause Rafa sure is. Ollie on the other hand is hard at work trying to bring you some of the best content possible. So what can you expect from Ollie? How about some epic Boxing Day football coverage. Some historical moments coming out of the day after Christmas and Ollie talks about it all. From Rooney's 150th, to a record breaking come back, to a referee scandal in Manchester. Ollie also brings you exclusive content from Manager Tony Pullis, US and Aston Villa goal keeper Brad Guzan and Paul Lambert. Again, we are doing our best to deliver over the holidays. Hope you enjoy.
The midweek edition of World Football Daily is here and lucky for us, there is some Champions League football to talk about, as well as a handful of other football matches, stories and topics to kick about as well. For example, did you hear about Rangers progressing on past Berwick Rangers in the Ramsdens Cup in Scotland? Ya, bet you missed that gem. Our guest for the day is Richard Whittle, Serie A commentator who was the voice you Americans heard on BeIN Sports when you watched the Roma match at the weekend. We welcome back the Serie A with Richard, looking at the new faces who look to make a big impact on the league. Will Rafa Benitez and Napoli find success after some massive makeovers over Summer? Is Fiorentina a legitimate content for the title? And has Juventus beefed up their squad depth looking to win the Champions League, only to stumble when it comes to retaining their league title? So many questions we need to ask Richard. Let's not forget about the Spanish Super Cup!
It's the tremendous Tuesday edition of World Football Daily and today, we are simply gorged with football. No matter what you want to watch, it seems like the football is endless. Our guest for the day is the legendary Spanish football writer Graham Hunter. Graham joins us looking back at week two in la Liga. Atletico Madrid have had a blazing start to the season thus far, but we ask Graham whether or not this team can be out and out title contenders. While we are talking about Atleti, we bring up a little Spanish Super Cup with Graham as well and see what we can expect from Atletico Madrid and Barcelona come Wednesday. Finally, we wrap up our Spanish football discussion with Real Madrid and their win on Monday night, as well as their ongoing transfer saga with Gareth Bale of Tottenham Hotspurs. Rafa joins the program to talk a bit of Manchester United and Chelsea and the giant clash that ended in a nil-nil draw. Rooney makes a massive impression on the game, but will he make his mind up to where he will be for the remainder of the season? We'll discuss it in today's program.
Welcome back to the Monday edition of World Football Daily. Today, we are giving England the complete coverage it deserves. Our first guest of the day is Robbie Earle from the NBC Sports Network. First things first with the new NBC talent. We want to know what we can expect from NBC with this season's coverage of the English Premier League. We also jump into the weekend's fixtures, looking for the stories that really stand out, including the massive stumble from Manchester City. Spurs get an edgy 1-0 win as the Bale move still looms over the club. We also get Robbie's take on the strange situation with Willian's move to England and the Chelsea hi-jacking. Our second guest of the day is Daily Mail Chief Football writer Neil Ashton. Neil joins our program to look forward to the Manchester United v Chelsea FC match tonight. So much riding on Moyes' first big clash as United's boss, and Jose Mourinho is not likely to go easy on him. We also sort out whether Jose really thinks that the United position should have been his. Neil also helps to explain the implication of the result. Rafa joins the show to poke a bit of fun at Ollie for Milan's start to the season. The boys also discuss other Serie A matches that stood out, as well as some interesting results from Major League Soccer and la Liga.
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I agree with Eric267744's comment/review. Back in the day when it was hosted by Steven Cohen and Kenny Hassan this was teh football/soccer podcast to listen to. I gleaned so much knowledge from the show but now the hosts are gone and the quality of the show has dropped drastically. I can't listen to it any more. I wish them well, but it's just doesn't have the same 'pow!' as it used to. It's dull now. :( Definetly not worth paying for.
Please come back Steven Cohen
This was the best football podcast in the world I know it was a lot of work doing a daily show and you had your issues with Liverpool what if you came back and do a weekly show really miss your show It was informative and funny
Come Back Please!!!
Cohen and Hassan need to come back. That's when this show was the best football podcast around.