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 grows increasingly…weird, here’s what’s been happening with us this week…
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The Totally Football Show: Monday edition – Back-up for wooden barns
Norwich are relegated but the other four in the bottom five are all victorious, including an incredible turnaround as Bournemouth batter Leicester. What has happened to the Foxes? Tottenham win the North London derby. Charlie Eccleshare joins us to determine whether that will silence the doubters. And Carl Anka is uniquely positioned to look ahead to Man United versus Southampton.
The Totally Football Show: European edition – No camaraderie, no sweetness either
Could this finally be PSG’s year for the Champions League? Where the Man City decision leave FFP? Are Atalanta the best team in Italy? Real Madrid should win La Liga in the next week, with Gareth Bale catching forty winks in the stands.
The Totally Football Show: Thursday edition – Like Sammy Kuffour
Jimbo welcomes back Rory Smith, Duncan Alexander and Lynsey Hooper: Are Liverpool damaging their legacy? Can Arsenal replicate their win in the FA Cup semi-finals? Plus Turkey, Tyldesley and more…
The Totally Football League Show: 5, 6, 7, 8
It’s been Wycombe’s and Wigan’s weeks so far, as the former got promoted and the latter smashed eight of the best past Hull. Matt Davies Adams, Adrian Clarke, and Sam Parkin are back to go through it all. Wycombe’s Joe Jacobson tells all about their Monday night celebrations, what’s next for him, and why he takes credit for the sideline cheerleaders. Plus Faye Carruthers talks Luton’s chances of survival, and the panel relive Tuesday night’s results and predict the final Championship table.
The Offside Rule: Flying the (Canaries) nest
This is the week that saw Norwich officially relegated, the first tease of All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester United break a record for most penalties in a season. Hayley McQueen, Lynsey Hooper, and Kait Borsay are here to discuss it all. Plus a fitting tribute to Jack Charlton, thoughts on Clive Tyldesley’s video, and some FA Cup predictions.
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