Wemb-Ole: Manchester United beat Spurs, Arsenal don’t know what to do with Özil and Arnautovic wants out(ovic)

January 14, 2019

Manchester United continue their winning streak under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a win over Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley.

Sam Dean updates us on the intriguing Mesut Özil situation at Arsenal and we review their 1-0 loss to West Ham United at the weekend.

Plus we hear how Ramsey will be received at Juventus and assess the fortunes of clubs at the bottom, namely Fulham , Southampton and Newcastle

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Lemons in a cup: Third round upsets, the Premier League title race and a farewell to Fabregas

January 7, 2019

It was a weekend of upsets in the FA Cup with Newport County, Barnet, Oldham and Gillingham all beating superior opposition.

We review the best (and worst) of the third round as well as debating Fabregas’ status as a Premier League legend and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s promising start as Manchester United boss.

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Pep Guardi-all-over: Liverpool go seven points clear, Man City stutter and a festive fixture quick fire round-up

December 31, 2018

It's been a packed and unpredictable period since we last brought you an episode and we're trying our very best to digest the entire football festive feast in just fifty minutes. Sit tight.

We cover Man City's stumble, Tottenham's 72 hour title challenge and Liverpool's quite incredible defensive record.

Plus there's the Old Firm, VAR controversy in Italy and New Year's resolutions for a few players and managers.

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Christmas wrapping: The AFC 2018 awards

December 24, 2018

It's a festive extravaganza today as the team dish out the first ever Telegraph AFC end of year awards. 

It's been an eventful year in football and it can be easy to forget the highs and lows of the last 12 months, we had a fantastic World Cup (football almost came home), Cristiano Ronaldo moved to Italy and made Real Madrid rubbish and Jose Mourinho was sacked and replaced with a manager whose last job in England was overseeing a Cardiff City relegation. Quite a year.

So settle down with a glass of eggnog and join us as we award the very best (and very worst) that football has had to offer in 2018.

 

If you do disagree with any of the panel's suggestions do let us know at afcpodcast@telegraph.co.uk

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M62 can play at that game: Liverpool thrash Manchester United, a resurgent Southampton and Christmas party cancellations

December 17, 2018

Welcome to the Telegraph Audio Football Club, joining Thom Gibbs it's Mina Rzouki, JJ Bull and Matt Law

There’s shock as we learn that Liverpool are much better than Manchester United, we’re in awe of the new found heading prowess of Southampton and a Champions League draw arrives midway through proceedings to liven up proceedings.

There’s plenty of ire left for the Bundesliga and heaps of praise for Manchester City and Spurs.

Plus we have Premier League work experience opportunities and Christmas Party Cancellations, or not in the case of one story.

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Premature League: Man City lose, Liverpool go top and the Copa Libertadores actually happened

December 10, 2018

Welcome to the Telegraph Audio Football Club, joining Thom Gibbs it's Mina Rzouki, JJ Bull and Jason Burt

Today, rescind the premature league title, as Manchester City come undone against a well-organised Chelsea side but some fans in the Chelsea end rather ruin the evening by behaving like total idiots to Raheem Sterling.  

Elsewhere Liverpool top the table thanks to a rampant Mo Salah. They face Napoli in the week, and we look ahead to that along with a few other Champions League fixtures

Plus there’s Libertadores Super Clasico farewell tour, the derby D’italia and, because there’s a first time for everything, some deep love for Huddersfield Town.

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Big Divock Energy: Mark Hughes sacked, Arsenal thrash Spurs and Liverpool scrape through yet again

December 3, 2018

Welcome to the Telegraph Audio Football Club, joining Thom Gibbs it's Mina Rzouki, JJ Bull and Matt Law

Today we react to the news that Mark Hughes has been aggressively volleyed through the exit door at Southampton. Who will come in to replace him in Hampshire and what is the next chapter in the increasingly repetitive story of Sparky?

We also talk about a derby-tastic Sunday in the Premier League as Arsenal thrashed Spurs, Chelsea cruised past Fulham and Liverpool beat Everton with the help of bar so friendly it could be used as the setting for a remake of Cheers.

Plus we hear about a jaunt to Turkey for the Istanbul derby, hail Neil Warnock’s supreme Cardiff side and ask our team about the best local derbies they’ve seen in the flesh

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Chelsea Stagger: Superb Spurs, the return of Ranieri and differing fortunes for the Manchester clubs

November 26, 2018

Welcome to the Telegraph Audio Football Club, joining Thom Gibbs today it's Mina Rzouki, Charlie Eccleshare and Matt Law

On the show this week there's a thorough assessment of a thrilling London derby at Wembley and the immediate impact made by Claudio Ranieri as his new team overcame the might of Southampton

Liverpool and Arsenal get gritty, Manchester City bring home the bacon as they roll over West Ham and Huddersfield surprise everyone in the Audio Recording Facility and the world.

Plus, will the Copa Libertadores final ever happen? Is Alan Hutton the new Cafu? And the much-anticipated return of the mystery player game.

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Audio Football Club with… Suggs

November 22, 2018

Hello podcast fans and welcome to a special bonus episode of Telegraph Audio Football Club

Today we’re taking a brief break from our usual routine to talk to a TV presenter, writer and, most famously the singer for Madness. Yes, it’s proper Chelsea fan Suggs.

Suggs reminisces on his early visits to Stamford Bridge in the 70s through to recording an FA Cup final single with Dennis Wise and Gianluca Vialli

Plus he recalls his favorite cult heroes, hooliganism and the time he hired his own open-top double-decker bus to fully enjoy the FA Cup final

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The Fabian (appreciation) Society: England beat Croatia, Scotland cling on and Richard Scudamore’s bonus

November 19, 2018

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.

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