Transfer Talk
Transfer Talk
Jun 6, 2018
Which World Cup players could be on the move, who are the names to know in Russia and how will Fred and Fabinho adapt to the Premier League?
Play • 1 hr 11 min
Tom White is joined by Kaveh Solhekol for our special World Cup preview. South American football expert Tim Vickery joins the show (05:15) to discuss Fred, Fabinho, Alisson, Willian, Marcelo Biesla and also picks his players to watch in Russia. Kaveh Solhekol discusses new Man United signing Diogo Dalot (23:15) before highlighting players in the shop window at the World Cup (25:36). Sky Sports football features writer Nick Wright then picks six World Cup breakout players (35:50) before Rob Dorsett joins the show to talk about Aston Villa’s uncertain future and Wolves’ links to Jorge Mendes (45:32). Finally, the panel discuss what Marco Silva will have to spend at Everton and the Toffees’ interest in James Madison (56:26).
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Ranks FC
Ranking Post-Lockdown Football Dreams
On Monday, the UK announced its roadmap towards a world without lockdowns, a world which screams to us - full stadiums and football as we love it. It's not quite a global movement yet, but a glut of vaccines means that wherever you are, it feels like the moment is coming where we can look to an open sky once more. Never again will we take a trip to a new ground or to see the players we love, for granted. With all that in mind, we thought we'd talk about our post-lockdown football dreams and what they might be like - and there's a lot going on here. From VAR decisions we don't understand to train journeys around the country; from trips abroad to stadiums we're gasping to experience to shared moments with our mates; seeing unique players in the flesh and enjoying a sense of community wherever you're watching the game. These are what we can't wait for, but we hope they'll inspire your own dreams about the beautiful game as well. In a particularly harmonious episode, Things We Love covers the Fantasy PL leak that has wound up Aston Villa, Bayern-conquering Eintracht Frankfurt's march into the top four, and the record of Villarreal's Gerard Moreno, who NEEDS to be on the plane in Spain's squad for EURO 2020 (2021). There's a Melon of the Week too, and Sam ranks things that should be easy, but are actually hard - ending in a lesson on how not to whistle. It's Ranks!   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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