Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Mar 25, 2020
Michael Ballack special: Choosing Chelsea over Man Utd, missing out on Real and Barca moves
39 min
Michael Ballack sits down with Sky Sports News reporter Dharmesh Sheth to reveal all on his career. The former Germany captain explains the early beginnings of his career, including winning the Bundesliga title with newly-promoted Kaiserslautern as well moves to Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich. He discusses missing out on moves to Real Madrid and Barcelona before explaining his decision to join Chelsea despite interest from Manchester United. Ballack also discusses the fallout from Jose Mourinho’s first sacking from Chelsea, Champions League final heartbreak and that infamous semi-final clash against Barcelona.
Ranks FC
Ranks FC
Ranks FC
The Postbox: Spurs' Credentials, Pep Problems, Destination: Haaland & Forza Milan
Hello Rank Squad, here's a special Cyber Week treat for you - this week, we're opening up our Patreon offering to everyone, to show you what you'd be getting if you took the plunge and became Ultras. The first of two extra episodes is here - our Monday Postbox, where we talk through the weekend's action and answer as many questions as we possibly can. Opening up in the Premier League, we field some bits about Spurs' title-challenging credentials, comparing Jose's time in North London to his time at Old Trafford, question how City can get out of their rut of inability to break teams down. It's a similar story at Arsenal for Arteta, and there's some love for Liverpool after a highly impressive win over Leicester; and for Tammy Abraham, who is making Frank Lampard's selection dilemmas harder with a series of good displays.  After the break we hop to the continent, starting with a discussion of Dortmund and the ever-more impressive Erling Haaland, as well as a deep dive on how Milan have turned things around to sit pretty at the top of Serie A. Then we head to the New World, with a look at the MLS Playoffs, some thoughts about players wearing shirts tucked in, and a peek at where managers such as Allegri and Pochettino may end up next to finish off.  It's Ranks! If this has caught your fancy, and you want more of it - come join the Ultras over here to get your questions answered and become part of a fizzing community!   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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