Episodes
On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Matt Frohlich and Benni Kuhloff. There is only one place to start this week: the sacking of Niko Kovac. Why did it happen? What will happen next? And who is the right person to take over? Benni has some of the answers. When that is done, it is time to talk about the crazy midweek action in the Champions League from Chelsea's comeback to Rodrygo via Erling Haaland. And then attentions are turned to a huge...
Published 11/07/19
On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Dominguez, Pádraig Whelan and Nico Heymer. With Nico back, it is time to talk about quite the weekend in the Bundesliga from Lewandowski's brilliance to the rise of Borussia Mönchengladbach and much more. When that is done, attentions are turned to LaLiga, where the ball cannot be seen and there was a team on top of the table that is not called Barcelona or Real Madrid or Atlético Madrid. With that done, Pádraig...
Published 10/31/19
On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Lewis Ambrose and Francesco Porzio. The Champions League is back and so too is the nominees for the Ballon d'Or – should Raheem Sterling win it? – and that is where today's podcast gets going. With that out of the way, it is time for a deep dive into Real Madrid and the problems at Dortmund right now. With that done, it is time to look ahead to the big game in the Premier League this weekend – Liverpool v...
Published 10/24/19
On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Pádraig Whelan, Nico Heymer and Francesco Porzio. It's a Champions League special and where else could we begin but Tuesday night's massacre in north London? Is the writing on the wall for Mauricio Pochettino now? Is Harry Kane a shadow of his former self? And can Bayern Munich win the Champions League this season? There's also plenty of discussion about the game of two halves at Camp Nou on Wednesday, along with all...
Published 10/04/19
On the new episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Tobi Herrmann and Daniel Cadena Jordan. And there's a lot to unpack. After their dismal performance at West Ham on Sunday, is this the beginning of the end for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United? And how long do Mauricio Pochettino and Marco Silva have left in their respective jobs? There's also plenty of outrage following the ridiculousness of Fifa's The Best Awards this week, before we check in with...
Published 09/25/19
The new Onefootball Podcast is, like SWV, right here. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Matt Frolich and, debutant, Manuel Dominguez. The Champions League is back! And thank the Lord for that. We go through the most important games, discussing all that went down. And so too is the Serie A chat. Francesco talks about the latest depressing incidents of racism, the Milan derby and the league's upcoming stars. Matt, meanwhile chats about Norwich's shock victory over...
Published 09/19/19
The new Onefootball Podcast is here. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Frohlich, Bruna Fernandez and Andrea Agostinelli. You asked for Serie A chat. You got some Serie A chat. Andrea is here to talk everything from Lukaku to Inter's title bid via the new Juventus. Matt is also here. He will fill you in on the latest from England's international break and preview the weekend action in the Premier League. And, finally, Bruna is here to let us know how the French did in their two...
Published 09/12/19
The new Onefootball Podcast is on. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Bruna Fernandez and Joana Bueno. The transfer window has slammed shut. And in spectacular fashion. There was no move for Neymar but there was one for Icardi. But what does that mean for PSG? And what does that all mean for Neymar? We answer that and more. Elsewhere, there was an action packed weekend in the Premier League to catch up on, as well as the latest from Gareth Southgate's latest squad. Joana also...
Published 09/05/19
The new Onefootball Podcast is right here. Well not here but two sentences below. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Benni Kuhlhoff. We have yet to cover all things LaLiga this season so we are correcting that in this episode. That means there is plenty of Antoine Griezmann talk, plenty of problems at Real Madrid talk, plenty of Atlético Madrid chat and plenty more. Since Dan is on the pod, there is time to talk about being a Manchester City fan in the...
Published 08/28/19
The Onefootball Podcast is here for you. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Bruna Fernandez, Nico Heymer and Joana Bueno. Last week was all about the Premier League but this week we are casting our net somewhat further. We have all the reaction to Bayern's opening day draw, as well as the signing of Coutinho (and others) and the best of the rest in the Bundesliga. We have all things Ligue 1 from the shambles at Marseille to PSG's defeat via the revival of Lyon. Oh, and we have all that...
Published 08/22/19
The Onefootball Podcast is back for the new season. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Pádraig Whelan, Matt Frolich and Joana Bueno. This week is all about one thing: the Premier League. There is all the reaction to Manchester City's thumping of West Ham. Manchester United's thumping of Chelsea. And all that was in between. Plus, there are your questions answered, a preview of some upcoming games and a little bit of transfer talk too. What more could you want?
Published 08/15/19
The Onefootball Podcast is on. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Benni Kuhlhoff and Joana Bueno. This week is all about one thing: transfers. The crew go through the Neymar saga. Do Barça need him? Who makes way should he arrive? And are the Catalan club spending their money wisely? After that, there is plenty going on in the Bundesliga this summer from Mats Hummels' return to Dortmund and Bayern's squad via that referee fitness test. Lastly, there is talk of Paul Pogba,...
Published 07/18/19
The Onefootball Podcast is ready. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Bruna Fernandez and Alejandro de la Cruz Diago González. There is loads going down this week. USA are the champions of the world, one more time, despite the best efforts of the Netherlands. The crew look at the final and reveal where Rose Lavelle was last time around. Elsewhere, now that the World cup is done, there are the much coveted Onefootball awards to hand out. And there is even a little Copa...
Published 07/09/19
On the new Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Nathalia Araújo, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Padraig Whelan. It's been a week of epic semi-finals and the gang start by dissecting the UWSNT's dramatic Women's World Cup victory over England's Lionesses. Was Alex Morgan's tea-sipping celebration disrespectful? Did Phil Neville get his tactics wrong? And why did Hillary Clinton have the last laugh? After previewing Sunday's Women's World Cup final, it's then time to look back over the Copa...
Published 07/05/19
The Onefootball Podcast is here for you. And this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Joana Bueno and Alejandro de la Cruz Diago González. Once more, there is a lot on the table. England beat Norway to make it of the semi-finals of the World Cup. USA continue to march on led by the inspirational Rapinoe. And one of Europe's finest, in the shape of the Netherlands of Sweden, will be Women's World Cup finalists. There is Copa América! There is that huge, huge game between Brazil and...
Published 07/01/19
The Onefootball Podcast is in the house. And Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Joana Bueno and Nathalia Araújo. And there is a lot to talk about. There is Women's World Cup! There is Brazil's exit! There is that game between England and Cameroon! There is VAR! There is Copa América! There is transfers! (Yes, we promise we will get to them this week.)
Published 06/26/19
The Onefootball Podcast is back! And Ian McCourt is joined by Alejandro de la Cruz Diago Gonzalez,  Jaione Belza Guede and Lewis Ambrose. If you thought the summer was a quiet time for football, how wrong you were. There is Women's World Cup! And it is time to examine the group stages, from Argentina to Ada Hegerberg via what we have loved about the tournament so far.
Published 06/21/19
On the final Onefootball Podcast of the season, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Alex Mott and Helge Wohltmann. And our gift to you is a bumper recap of the Champions League and Europa League finals. Are Liverpool now the undisputed best team in Europe? Or were they actually there for the taking in Madrid? And where does Chelsea's triumph over Arsenal in Baku leave Eden Hazard, Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery? There's also plenty of time to look ahead to what promises to be an interesting...
Published 06/04/19
On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Tobi Herrmann, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Andrea Agostinelli. In the penultimate podcast of the season, it's time to look back over everything that happened in the Bundesliga, Serie A and La Liga this year. Could next year be Borussia Dortmund's year? Who will be the next coach of Juventus? And will Real Madrid and Atlético push Barcelona harder in 2019/20? We answer all those questions and many more, before handing out some end of...
Published 05/23/19
On this week's Onefootball Podcast, an emotional Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Lewis Ambrose and Phil Costa. And we've got a bumper review of what has been a magnificent season of Premier League football, beginning with Manchester City's title triumph on the final day. Must City now be considered the greatest Premier League side of all-time? And will Liverpool be back again to push them all the way next season? After that we review the seasons had by every single other Premier League...
Published 05/15/19
On this week’s Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Helge Wohltmann and Pádraig Whelan. And what an unbelievable week of football it has been. We’ve had Vincent Kompany’s stunner against Leicester, a magical European night at Anfield and another magical European night in Amsterdam all capped off nicely by the Europa League semi-finals. All of that is covered in the podcast before we look ahead to what could be a dramatic final day of the Premier League season and...
Published 05/10/19
On this week's Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Nico Heymer and Lewis Ambrose. The podcast is coming at you a day later than usual so we could talk about Thursday night's Europa League semi-final action. But before that, there was a comprehensive review of this week's two Champions League semi-final ties. Are Ajax the real deal or has this season just been the perfect storm for them? Did Mauricio Pochettino get his team selection wrong in the first leg and with...
Published 05/03/19
On this week’s Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott, Tobi Herrmann and Pádraig Whelan. A discussion about Wednesday night’s Manchester derby leads into more analysis of the deep-rooted problems at Manchester United. Is it time for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to stop living in the past, and which players should he be targeting this summer? And where does that result leave the Premier League title race? Have Manchester City now overcome the biggest hurdle en route retaining the...
Published 04/25/19
On this week's Onefootball Podcast, a crestfallen Dan Burke is joined by Matt Frohlich, Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. The boys begin by picking the bones out of the insanity which unfolded in Manchester on Wednesday. Is VAR spoiling or improving football? Can Tottenham now go all the way in the Champions League? And is Pep Guardiola a failure after his Manchester City side choked on the biggest stage again? Next up is the second biggest story of the week - Ajax's amazing victory over...
Published 04/18/19
On this week’s Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Phil Costa and Matt Frohlich. The bulk of the show is dedicated to re-capping this week’s Champions League quarter-final action. Is Pep Guardiola a fraud? Will Manchester United party like it’s 1999 in Barcelona next week? Could Liverpool genuinely win a historic double this season? And where would Ajax finish in the Premier League? We answer all those questions and more, before looking ahead to another big weekend...
Published 04/11/19