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 – Pied Piper march
The FA Cup returns behind closed doors, as Jimbo welcomes Tom Williams, Natalie Gedra and Daniel Storey to the pod. It was a weekend of quarter-final football, as well as Premier League action, where we possibly learnt more about the losers than the winners. Could declining Leicester miss out on the top 4 or even the top 6? Why is Grealish no longer a threat? And what does Tierney’s Tesco bag say about him as a player?
The Totally Football Show: European edition – Susceptible to a bit of flattery
The Totally Football Show European Edition returns with Jimbo, James Horncastle, Alvaro Romeo, Julien Laurens and Rafael Honigstein. It was a terrible week for Barcelona in La Liga as they lose ground and Messi loses respect a dramatic weekend of Bundesliga action, could Atalanta win Serie A, plus Robben comes out of retirement.
The Totally Football Show: Thursday edition – Pep might wash his jet
Accompanying Jimbo in the pod are Rory Smith, Duncan Alexander and Lynsey Hooper, on the momentous occasion of a team in the bottom five winning a football match. Laurie Whitwell joins us as we learn to love Manchester United, and we get down to business as The Athletic’s Matt Slater breaks down the latest on Newcastle’s takeover, Wigan’s administration and other possible point deductions.
The Totally Football League Show: Red mists, Goode wins and Derby days
Matt Davies-Adams, Sam Parkin, and Adrian Clarke are joined by Northampton Town’s captain Charlie Goode, Opta Joe himself, and The Athletic’s Ryan Conway to discuss all manner of EFL related news and results.
The Offside Rule: The bin of disinfectant
Hayley McQueen, Kait Borsay, and Lynsey Hooper bring you their latest musings on Project Restart, dredge up some of the worst deals in football history, and test their quick descriptive skills playing Who’s In The Bag?
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