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Complete Champions League Review with Graham Ruthven - February 26, 2014
Graham Ruthven of One World Sports joins Ollie to review the Champions League Results from Tuesday and look ahead to the Wednesday night matches as well. Manchester United have a complete collapse in Greece, falling 2-0 to Olympiacos. The pressure just contines to mount on David Moyes. Suddenly we are hearing about last minute meetings being held by the higher-ups in he club to discuss the Moyes job-situation. We also look at the Dortmund result which should see the German side through when they return home for the second leg. Of course tonight, we see the return of Drogba to Chelsea. Does Jose have the leg up in the pre-match mind game front? Is this where Schalke bow out to Spanish giants Real Madrid? All these questions are answered by Graham.
A German Perspective on Champions League Football with Kit Holden - February 25, 2014
Our guest for the day is Kit Holden and he comes on to talk primarily about the German representatives in Champions League and Europa League knock out round play. Borussia Dortmund had a minor set back at the weekend being beaten heading into their Tuesday clash against Zenit St. Petersburg. We see whether or not Dortmund have bowed out of the league competition for success in Europe. We also look at Schalke's chances of ruining Real Madrid's la Decima.
New Leaders in la Liga's Title Race and Champions League Preview with Graham Hunter - February 24, 2014
Our guest for the day is Graham Hunter who gets to talk about Real Madrid finding their way to the top of la Liga. But it that their goal for the season? Or is la Decima the be-all, end-all for los Blancos. Plus, should we be shocked that Real Sociedad beat Barcelona 3-1? Are there other teams in la Liga worth talking about outside of the new Top Three? What does Sociedad's win say for City who just went down to FCB are home at the Etihad midweek. Graham gives us his opinion on all this and more.
European Football Review, Plus Premier League Preview with Rory Smith - February 21, 2014
Our guest for the day is the London-based writer for the Times, Rory Smith. Rory comes on to dive deeper into the story of Mesut Ozil and his time at Arsenal. Have his teammates given up on him or can he find the form he started the Premier League season off with again? What chances do the Arsenal really have going back to Munich for the second leg? We also look at some results from the Europa League with Swansea putting on an incredible performance against Rafa Benitez' Napoli, but didn't manage to come away with any positive results. Spurs ended up with some chaotic defending that led to a late goal to put them down going back to White Hart Lane against their former boss Juande Ramos. Rory Smith gives us an incredible review of the football from midweek.
Complete Champions League Review with Will Tidey of the Bleacher Report - February 20, 2014
Will Tidey joins the program next to review all the Champions League action from Tuesday and Wednesday. The World Football writer for the Bleacher Report tells us whether or not the triple punishment of a red carded keeper or defender who denies a goal scoring opportunity should be changed or kept the same. Are the referees doing a poor job in Europe? Who, aside from AC Milan this week, look like they still have a real chance of progressing on in the tournament after going down in their first leg matches? All these questions are answered and more.
What Separates the Best and Worst in Liga MX, Plus Some Copa Libertadores - February 20, 2014
Kim Tate joins Ollie to talk Liga MX as the first guest of the day. She talks about the only unbeaten team in Mexico, Cruz Azul who under Luis Fernando Tena who seems to get the best out of his players, including Marco Fabian. We also discuss the headline grabbing transfer of the MLS Golden boot winner to Queretaro FC. Camilo Sanvezzo has yet to make the start for his new club which begs a question or two from those who challenged the move. Plus, Kim explains why Leon and Santos Laguna have been struggling this tournament. Then, Kim holds Ollie's hand as we dive further into South America for some Copa Libertadores too!
Champions League Review/Preview with Eoin O'Callahan - February 19, 2014
Our guest for the day is a dear friend of ours who used to work here in North America for Fox Soccer, but has taken his talents back overseas to the UK where Eoin O'Callahan has been covering football still, but expanded his horizons to various other sports. We get to talk about the Champions League with Eoin today, reflecting back at the Manchester City loss to Barcelona and trying to sort out what the Citizens could have done better to combat the perennial powerhouse that is FCB. We also get the shortest response ever from Eoin when we discuss PSG's domination of Bayer Leverkuensen last night in Germany. Then, it's on to tonight's matches where Arsenal host the German giants Bayern Munich and AC Milan host Atletico Madrid in the first ever meeting between the two. And since it's going on and we're fans of sport in general, Eoin and Ollie squeeze in a little Olympic discussion.
Champions League Review with Paul MacDonald of Goal.com - February 18, 2014
Our guest for the day is Spanish football writer Paul MacDonald who joins us ahead of tonight's matches to talk about the three teams still competing in Europes greatest club competition. With tonight's fixtures featuring the gigantic clash of Manchester City and FC Barcelona, we try to see what separates these two highly talented squads. It's almost getting too hard to tell which team has an upper hand in the battle, and most people are already tipping the match to be an instant classic. But we try to take a realistic point of view as we touch on tonight's matches with Paul. It's been a while since we had Paul on last so we jump at the opportunity to look ahead to Atletico's clash with AC Milan and Real Madrid's clash with Schalke.
Tangled Webb of Calls, Chatter and More FA Cup Review with Jonathan Liew - February 17, 2014
Our guest for the day is the Telegraph's very own Jonathan Liew to help us review the massive news coming out of the FA Cup weekend. Hard to tell where to start, but rest assure, we get Jonathan's opinion on the call that never came from England's best referee and World Cup representative in Howard Webb. There was a sure fire penalty on Liverpool star Luis Suarez, and the no call begs the question, why? Why didn't Webb make the call that everyone else, including Arsenal supporters seem to recognize. Surely Howard Webb is above being a subjective official who takes out his personal bias on players he dislikes. Manchester City dispatched of Chelsea, claiming back their home ground after being beaten by the Londoners at the Etihad in the league recently. We get Liew's opinion on whether Jose and his men were OK with dropping out of the FA Cup. What does the other side of the Merseyside Derby have in store for the rest of the tournament. The Toffees struggled a bit in the first half, but managed to step up to the task at hand in the second. Plus, we look at how the fixture build up might affect those teams still competing in Europe.
Massive FA Cup Preview and Premier League Clubs Out for Revenge - February 14, 2014
Our guest for the day is the English football writer Chris Winterburn who helps us look back at some of the Premier League fixtures during the week before we look ahead to the massive football to be played in the FA Cup. We have some massive match ups this weekend with the main one being Chelsea traveling back to Manchester City to give us a rematch of a Monday Night meeting two weeks ago. Jose Mourinho's little horses take on the thoroughbreds that are Manchester City and more than likely, there are plenty of reasons why Manuel Peligrini's men will want to exact revenge. We also lucky enough to get another rematch when Liverpool hosts Arsenal this Sunday. Will Arsene Wenger's men be able to make up for the embarrassment they faced last weekend? Winterburn gives us his thoughts on the chances of Arsenal facing complete collapse in the face of a clearly tough schedule ahead of them. We are really lucky to have such interesting football to watch this season in England and Chris helps us preview this.
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