Onefootball Podcast

Synopsis

The Onefootball podcast is the must-listen podcast from the most comprehensive football app in the world.The Onefootball podcast will keep you up to date on all the latest news from the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, Bundesliga, La Liga, Seria A and every competition you care about. Want to know about an upcoming Portuguese left-back? We got you! Need to know what's up in Ligue1? Look no further! Desperate for some shallow, irreverent football chat? Bingo! We got that too. Tons of it.Sounds good, right? Be sure to leave a rating and comment to let us know how we are doing

Episodes

  • 189: Special edition podcast! Were all going on a European tour

    189: Special edition podcast! We're all going on a European tour

    03/07/2020 Duration: 01h21min

    On this week’s very special episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by not one, not two but EIGHT different guests from the OneFootball Newsroom. It’s essentially four mini podcasts for the price of one as we take a whistle-stop tour of European football. Helge Wohltmann and Antonia Hennigs review the Bundesliga season Francesco Porzio and Davide Zanelli talk all things Serie A Jaione Belza and Manuel Dominguez discuss the problems at Barcelona and various other LaLiga topics And Lewis Ambrose and Joel Sanderson-Murray are here to dissect Manchester City vs Liverpool and the rest of the Premier League week Honestly, what more could you ask for?

  • 188: Liverpool finally did it! So how can we stop them doing it again?

    188: Liverpool finally did it! So how can we stop them doing it again?

    26/06/2020 Duration: 01h49s

    On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Alex Mott and Joel Sanderson-Murray. Joel is exultant as his beloved Liverpool have finally ended their three-decade wait for a league title. We talk about that plus plenty of other Premier League stuff, such as ... Is Jürgen Klopp a better manager than Pep Guardiola? What else do Chelsea need to become a real force next season? What is happening behind the scenes at Arsenal? Do we owe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer an apology? And what is the greatest miss of all-time? What more could you want?

  • 187: David Lolz, Timo Werner joins Chelsea and whats up with CR7?

    187: David Lolz, Timo Werner joins Chelsea and what's up with CR7?

    18/06/2020 Duration: 59min

    The Premier League is back and so is the Onefootball Podcast. This week Dan Burke is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Pádraig Whelan and Alejandro Diago. On the agenda this week are questions such as ... WTF is wrong with David Luiz? How can Bayern Munich be stopped? Will Eden Hazard make the difference for Real Madrid? What's happened to Cristiano Ronaldo? And who are our football heroes? What more could you want?

  • 186: The Liverpool view, a trip to Italy and the GOAT club teams

    186: The Liverpool view, a trip to Italy and the GOAT club teams

    10/06/2020 Duration: 57min

    It's time for another episode of the Onefootball Podcast. Stand-in host Dan Burke is joined by Francesco Porzio, Daniel Cadena Jordan and Joel Sanderson-Murray. On the agenda this week are questions such as ... Is Bayern Munich's Bundesliga dominance becoming a problem? Why is Mario Balotelli in trouble again? Who will win the LaLiga title? How do Liverpool fans really feel about ending their long wait for Premier League glory? And who is the greatest club side of all-time? What more could you want?

  • 185: Player protests, Premier League stories and revisiting 1970s Brazil

    185: Player protests, Premier League stories and revisiting 1970s Brazil

    04/06/2020 Duration: 58min

     The Onefootball podcast is back. Again. Joining Ian McCourt is Dan Burke. Again! Joana Bueno. Again! Benni Kuhlhoff. Not again! (Yes, we did write all those agains just for that joke. Again. Uuuuf.) Here is what is on the podcast agenda this week: The greatest Champions League comeback How not to break up with someone before a Champions League final The latest round of the Bundesliga AKA the Schalke pain train What will the main storylines be when the Premier League returns Travelling back in time to Brazil in the 1970s What more could you want?

  • 184: DER KLAASSSSSIKER, Newcastles takeover and Kaká > Pelé

    184: DER KLAASSSSSIKER, Newcastle's takeover and Kaká > Pelé

    28/05/2020 Duration: 54min

    The Onefootball podcast is back. Again. Joining Ian McCourt is Dan Burke. Again! Joana Bueno. Again! Benni Kuhlhoff. Not again! (Yes, we did write all those agains just for that joke.) Here is what is on the podcast agenda this week: DER KLAASSSSSIKER. And the rest of the midweek action in the Bundesliga Newcastle's takeover And why Kaká is better than Pelé. Or the top 5 Brazilian footballers of all time. What more could you want? More podcasts, right? Well, we will back next week.

  • 183: Has anyone made the Schalke null vier joke yet?

    183: Has anyone made the Schalke null vier joke yet?

    19/05/2020 Duration: 46min

    After a long, long break, the Onefootball podcast is back. And so too is actual football. Is that a coincidence? No. Joining Ian McCourt is Dan Burke, Nico Heymer and Joana Bueno. So yeh, (Bundesliga) football. Is. Back. Do we need to say more? Yes. The podcast crew break down the weekend action across the Bundesliga from Bayern v Union to Dortmund v Schalke via the latest from RB Leipzig. There are also a few other topics to discuss, like the return of the Premier League (should it even come back?); the return of lower leagues (can they come back?); and the rest of what has gone down in Europe. What more could you want? More football? Yeah us too.

  • 182: Liverpools losing streak, the end of German football and Uni Lewy

    182: Liverpool's losing streak, the end of German football and Uni Lewy

    05/03/2020 Duration: 49min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Frohlich, Nico Heymer and Helge Wohltmann. We can only start in place this week and that is with the Bundesliga and everything that happened last weekend. We discuss what happened, why it happened, what it means for German football, what it means for the ultras and what it means for the future of the Bundesliga and German football. There is also a few other topics to discuss, like Liverpool losing a Premier League game of football in, like, forever and all the midweek FA Cup action and an amazing Robert Lewandowski fact.  What more could you want?

  • 181: Slick City, we love the EFL Cup and the return of El Clásico

    181: Slick City, we love the EFL Cup and the return of El Clásico

    27/02/2020 Duration: 59min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Frohlich, Dan Burke and Joana Bueno. Yes, the same crew are back. And so too  is the Champions League. There was Real Madrid v Manchester City. A re-enactment of the 2012 final, with not quite the same ending. Juve v Lyon. And Barzzzzzelona v Napoli. So, lots to talk about. Speaking of Real Madrid and Barcelona, this week sees the season's second instalment of El Clásico. We preview the biggest game in world football. And speaking of the biggest games in world football ... it's the League Cup final. What more could you want?

  • 180: Haaland the hero, Man Citys Brexit, picking the wrong 5-a-side team

    180: Haaland the hero, Man City's Brexit, picking the wrong 5-a-side team

    20/02/2020 Duration: 56min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Matt Forhlich, Dan Burke and Joana Bueno. The Champions League is back and thank the Lord for that. So it turns out Erling Braut Haaland is even better than we thought. Liverpool are not invincible. Spurs look to be going out and ... Atalanta ... wow! Speaking of the Champions League. Last week saw the bombshell news that Manchester City have been banned for two years. What does it mean? What will happen next? And will it mean a mass exodus at the club? Dan reports. We also talk about the odd events at Barcelona, the signing of Martin Braithwaite, and we pick a 5 a side team from the top leagues. One of us gets it very wrong. What more could you want?

  • 179: The rise of Verona, working under Wilder and tschuss Jürgen

    179: The rise of Verona, working under Wilder and tschuss Jürgen

    12/02/2020 Duration: 50min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Helge Wohltmann, Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. Serie A is crazy right now. Inter are back on (joint) top. Juventus are losing. Lazio could win the league. And everyone is talking about Verona and how good they are. Speaking of wild, there was that storm at the weekend and Chris Wilder (see what we did there?) is talking his team to fifth in the Premier League. A former player of his speaks. A lack of Premier League action means we can focus on the Championship title race too. And finally, to the Bundesliga. Why has Jürgen Klinsmann said so long to Berlin? Well, it's a complicated one but luckily, Helge has brought along his notes. What more could you want?

  • 178: Worst. Window. Ever? Man Citys misery. A trip to the Netherlands

    178: Worst. Window. Ever? Man City's misery. A trip to the Netherlands

    05/02/2020 Duration: 49min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Matt Frohlich and Joana Bueno. And for the last time for a few months, we open with the transfer section of the podcast. There is Odion Ighalo, there is Pablo Marí explained and are there signs that Kylian Mbappé is getting ideas above his station. With that done, it is time to dive deep into all things Premier league. There is talk of Manchester City's demise. There is talk of Liverpool (are they the greatest?) and there is even some FA Cup chat too. And with that done, Joana has been spending way too much time watching Eredivisie, so she needs to talk to us about all of that. What more could you want?

  • 177: Even more transfer talk, Reals rebirth and Klopps comments

    177: Even more transfer talk, Real's rebirth and Klopp's comments

    30/01/2020 Duration: 47min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Manu Dominguez, Matt Frohlich and Alex Mott. We can only start in one place: the transfer window. It is, says the cliche, about to slam shut and we have the latest on who is going and not going. With that done, it is time to talk LaLiga. And there is a lot to talk about. The rebirth of Real Madrid. Barça under new management. The end of Atlético Madrid? And a Madrid derby to salivate over. And with that done, we tackle the midweek action in the League Cup, discuss those Klopp comments on the FA Cup and preview Spurs v Manchester City. What more could you want?

  • 176: Haalands heroics, feeling sorry for Mustafi and transfer window latest

    176: Haaland's heroics, feeling sorry for Mustafi and transfer window latest

    23/01/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Lewis Ambrose, Matt Frohlich and Helge Wohltmann. There is no Francesco this week but that does not mean the transfer rumour mill has stopped. We have the latest on Cavani, Fernandes, Werner and Boateng. And a few more to boot. With that done, it is time to talk Bundesliga. It's back. And the headline grabber was a 19 year old striker. Guess who? There is also some strong Hertha talk, some Bayern talk and some RB Leipzig talk. And with that done, we tackle the midweek action in the Premier League from Arsenal's draw to the relegation favourites via the bad news at Old Trafford.   What more could you want?

  • 175: Adéu Valverde, new improved Arsenal and Fernandes to United?

    175: Adéu Valverde, new improved Arsenal and Fernandes to United?

    16/01/2020 Duration: 51min

    On the Onefootball Podcast this week, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Francesco Porzio and Phil Costa. There is only one place to start: Barcelona. Valverde has been sacked, Quique Setién has been appointed and Luis Suarez has been ruled out for the rest of the season. That is a lot to talk about. After that, it is time to focus on the transfer window. There is talk of Vidal, Eriksen, Werner and, of course, the big one: Bruno Fernandes and his big money move to Manchester United. Finally, the pod is rounded off by some Mastermind chat, Arsenal chat and Serie A chat . What more could you want?

  • 174: Ibrahimovic is back, transfer window latest and down with VAR

    174: Ibrahimovic is back, transfer window latest and down with VAR

    09/01/2020 Duration: 52min

    After a long Xmas break, the Onefootball Podcast is back. On this week's episode Ian McCourt is joined by Matthew Frohlich, Alex Mott and Francesco Porzio. First up: Transfer madness. Zlatan Ibrahimovic madness. Erling Braut Haaland sanity. And why Ashley Young moving to Inter actually makes sense. After that. The last few weeks have throw up 1,000 talking points from the Premier League – yes, 1,000, we counted them all – but we have boiled them down to the most important 5 – or is it 6, or 7 - from Liverpool's domination to too many games and , of course, VAR. Finally, there has been tons going on in Italy and Francesco has the lowdown on all of that.

  • 173: Boring, boring Barça, Artetas Arsenal inbox and winning a car

    173: Boring, boring Barça, Arteta's Arsenal inbox and winning a car

    19/12/2019 Duration: 45min

    On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Helge Wohltmann and Phil Costa. Up first is the big draw from Monday. No, not the Europa League one. The other one. The crew make predications that will almost certainly come back to haunt them, as they name the winner of each upcoming tie. After that, it is time to go to Barcelona and the smaller matter of (the rearranged) El Clásico. Or El Snoozico as no one is calling it. Then there is the League Cup in England; Mikel Arteta as the soon-to-be Arsenal manager; an Englische Woche in Germany (where else would it be?); and the Club World Cup! This is is the last podcast for this year. Thanks to you all for listening and for all your questions, comments, reviews and ratings throughout the year. Should you miss us, you can always check out the back catalogue wherever you get your podcast hit.

  • 172: Inter flop, Man City in crisis and can Gladbach win the Bundesliga?

    172: Inter flop, Man City in crisis and can Gladbach win the Bundesliga?

    12/12/2019 Duration: 49min

    On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Dan Burke, Alex Mott and Benni Kuhlhoff. First up is the midweek action from the Champions League. There was Inter's defeat. Ancelotti's sacking. Frank Lampard working miracles. And much more besides. After that, it is time to go to Manchester. There is plenty to talk about for both big clubs but especially City, and the crisis they currently find themselves in. The final destination of the podcast this week is Germany, where Cologne are a mess and we ask: can Gladbach really win the league? Answer: maybe. What more could you want?

  • 171: The chaos edition: Arsenal! Juventus (and Ronaldo)! Napoli! Spain!

    171: The chaos edition: Arsenal! Juventus (and Ronaldo)! Napoli! Spain!

    05/12/2019 Duration: 58min

    On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Francesco Porzio, Lewis Ambrose and Manu Dominguez. It was Spurs last week; it is Arsenal this week. Where did it all go wrong for Unai Emery? And who is next? Lewis Ambrose fills us in. Elsewhere, in Serie A. Inter are top. Napoli are in crisis mode. And so too is Ronaldo. Francesco fills us in. And, in Spain, Sevilla are back, Real Madrid are back and Antoine Griezmann went back to the Wanda. Manu fills us in. And hey, we even answer your questions and chat a little about the Ballon d'Or. Not bad, eh?

  • 170: Mourinho is back, the greatest weekend ever and Union on the rise

    170: Mourinho is back, the greatest weekend ever and Union on the rise

    28/11/2019 Duration: 45min

    On this week's episode of the Onefootball Podcast, Ian McCourt is joined by Joana Bueno, Matt Frohlich and Benni Kuhlhoff. Sorry about the no-show podcast last week. Illness got in the way. But it's not like we missed anything big, is it? Apparently, Spurs sacked their coach – whoever that was – and hired a new one – José something or other – so the crew discuss all that. As a Flamengo fan, Joana had the greatest weekend of her life.  She has all the details on the final, the league title and what next for the Rio club. There is also talk of Pochettino at Bayern, Dortmund's need for a new coach (or players?) and why Union Berlin are the best team in the Bundesliga right now. And hey, we even cram in some Champions League talk too. Not bad, eh?

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