Welcome to the Telegraph Audio Football Club, joining Thom Gibbs today it's Jason Burt, JJ Bull and Matt Law.There's reaction to the the mighty footballing nation of England, and their greatest year since 1966. Ruminations on the mighty Nations League, the greatest football competition since the ICC.
We come crashing down to earth with a summary of the rest of the UK and Ireland’s national football teams, and explore a change at the top of the Premier League which happened without a ball being kicked.
Plus a look ahead to next week’s fixtures and an intriguing suggestion for what should replace penalty shootouts.Subscribe to Audio Football Club to make sure you never miss an episode and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Telegraph Audio Football Club, joining Thom Gibbs today it's Mina Rzouki, JJ Bull and Matt Law.Today we painstakingly dissect the Manchester derby, praise Spurs and Chelsea and debate whether or not it’s time for Slavisa Jokanovic to take the next boat out of Craven Cottage.
Our now customary whistlestop tour around Europe takes in a thrilling Der Klassiker, an emotional match between AC Milan and Juventus and (another) limp showing from Thierry Henry’s Monaco.
Plus we preview the upcoming Wayne Rooney testimonial and more excitingly the Nations League and England’s showdown with Croatia.Subscribe to Audio Football Club to make sure you never miss an episode and email us at email@example.com
It was a reasonably eventful weekend in the Premier League but with Jose Mourinho returning to Stamford Bridge what did you expect?
Joining Thom Gibbs on AFC it's Mina Rzouki, JJ Bull and Sam Dean.
We dissect events both on and off the pitch at Chelsea, failings across West London at Fulham and spend an appropriate amount of time waxing lyrical about the Manchester City footballing supermen.
Plus Newcastle sadness, trouble brewing for Crystal Palace, a European round-up, and some thoughts on the next move for Arsene Wenger.Subscribe to Audio Football Club to make sure you never miss an episode.
The dream is over for England for another four years as England bow out of the World Cup with an excruciating extra time loss to Croatia.
On today’s episode, Jamie Carragher joins Thom Gibbs to discuss what England were missing from the match, why Croatia weren't looking tired as many thought they would, and ask what exactly is the purpose of the third/fourth place play off.
We head to Russia to speak to Sam Wallace who was in the stadium to see the end of England’s run at this tournament and get the reporter's take on England.
Plus James Ducker, a man of many air miles, joins to look ahead to Sunday's final between France and Croatia.