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Harry Robinson & Jack Tait
Manchester United Weekly Podcast
The original half-hour Manchester United podcast, now released every Tuesday and Friday morning for the 2022/23 season, featuring pre- and post-match analysis, detailed. andinsightful youth, loan and United Women round-ups. Previous guests have ranged from coaches and players to journalists, authors and fans, and include Michael Carrick, Mike Phelan, Andy Mitten, Simon Peach and Paul HIrst.Founded in January 2016, the Manchester United Weekly Podcast has for seven seasons delivered waffle-free analysis from two lifelong Reds.What you can...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 281 ratings
Excellent United insight
Great listen. Excited for an extra episode every week for the new season. Sound/production has improved massively over the last couple of years as well. Top work.
FootballPods64 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/29/22
Poor Audio
This episode I”has poor audio and sound
spm-nicknamed via Apple Podcasts · Uganda · 07/26/22
Good content but…
Please please please sort the sound out… almost unlistenable at times.
James B Ross via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/26/22
Recent Episodes
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review Manchester United's opening day defeat in the Premier League. First dissecting the performance against Brighton, Erik Ten Hag's tactics and both goals conceded, the episode then moves on to discuss United's transfer activity. If you enjoy the show, we'd...
Published 08/09/22
In Part Two of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast’s season preview, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait first reflect on a magical Wembley night for England’s Lionesses. United’s Ella Toone scored a stunning goal in 2-1 European Championship final victory over Germany. Alessia Russo and Mary...
Published 08/01/22
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