Welcome to your weekly round-up of all things Totally. Just in case you missed any of our podcasts over the last few days, and you want something to keep your mind busy while the world outside us gets quieter and quieter, here’s what’s been happening with us this week…
The Totally Football Show: Monday edition – Let’s just use teletext
Jimbo, Duncan Alexander, Daniel Storey and Matt Davies-Adams to look back at the 2000-01 season. A campaign that almost killed the Premier League. Modern day football is just as bizarre – how do we feel about zoom crowd celebrations and fake crowd noise? Plus Chelsea’s move for Timo Werner, the WSL, Bayern break records and Colin Millar, looks ahead to the Seville derby…
The Totally Football Show: Thursday edition – Classic embarrassing move
Jimbo, James Horncastle, Alvaro Romeo and Sasha Goryunov to look back at the 50th European Cup campaign, with possibly the greatest final of all. It got emotional. In the present day, La Liga is back: can Barcelona put the bad headlines behind them and beat Real in the title race? Plus events in Germany and the rise of Berlusconi’s Monza.
The Totally Football League Show: Stick a fork in Leagues One and Two. They’re done
Weeks of indecision have now passed and we have a set of winners and losers from Leagues One and Two, winners notably those promoted and Wycombe. Losers Peterborough and Tranmere, and those relegated. What do our panel think and what’s the best angry emoji out there? Plus we hear from promoted people Liam Kelly of Coventry and Richie Wellens of Swindon.
The Offside Rule: Number twos and cat poos
Join Hayley McQueen, Lynsey Hooper, and Kait Borsay for a podcast, that despite the title is about football. The team discuss best assistant managers, getting the lowdown on the latest transfer rumours, and giving Hayley some advice for when she gets back to Sky Sports News…
The Golazzo Archives: De Rossi – Captain Future
Jimbo, James Horncastle & Gab Marcotti take a look back at the career of a Roma icon, midfield legend and World Cup winner – Daniele De Rossi. Immortalised in Italian pop culture and in the hearts of fans at the Stadio Olimpico, we examine a man of impeccable integrity and character. Brian McBride might tell you otherwise.
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