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Video: The Football Daily Euro 2008 team explore Vienna on Segways

theguardian.com — Football Daily's James Richardson and Barry Glendenning roam the streets of Vienna on Segway Personal Transporters in an attempt to find something football-related with which to justify an afternoon of pointless gadding about. With thanks to pedalpower.at

Football Weekly Extra: Wayne Rooney fires Manchester United in Europe

theguardian.com — Joining James Richardson in the pod for this week's Football Weekly Extra are Barry Glendenning, Jacob Steinberg and Iain Macintosh. Wayne Rooney was back to his goalscoring best in Manchester United's 4-0 win at Club Brugge. The pod discuss his performance and look back at the other Champions League qualifiers, including Celtic's defeat at Malmo.

Football Weekly: Pedro-powered Chelsea get back on track

theguardian.com — James Richardson is joined by Simon Burnton, Barry Glendenning and Ian McCourt to talk all things Premier League. There's Pedro's impressive debut for Chelsea in their win at West Brom, Watford's goal drought and more woe for Darren Randolph against Bournemouth.

Football Weekly Extra: Carlisle's epic journey, a Serie A preview and more

theguardian.com — Barry Glendenning, Gregg Bakowski, Iain Macintosh and James Horncastle join AC Jimbo in this bumper episode of Football Weekly Extra. The podders look back at the midweek matches in Europe as Manchester United and Celtic both win at home. In the Football League, the longest away trip took place.

Football Weekly: Manchester City thrash champions

theguardian.com — James Richardson welcomes Nick Miller, Barry Glendenning and Philippe Auclair up to near-earth-orbit to discuss the weekend's football action. In the Premier League, there were excellent wins for Manchester City, Everton, Swansea, Norwich, Arsenal and Leicester. The pod ask what's going wrong for Mourinho and marvel at the quality in the Manchester City team.
Aug 17, 2015

Football Weekly here. Barry's Jupiter League Fitba Corner and no Fitba whatsoever. Lazy journalism gu.com/p/4bt36/stw

Football Weekly Extra: Manchester City rush out of the blocks before Chelsea showdown

theguardian.com — On today's Football Weekly Extra, is joined by Jacob Steinberg , Barry Glendenning and James Horncastle to look ahead to a giddy weekend in the Premier League. Chelsea's preparations for their clash with Manchester City have been dominated by José Mourinho and the club's treatment of doctor Eva Carneiro, whereas City are on a high after swatting aside West Brom.

Football Weekly: West Ham give Arsenal a reality Cech

theguardian.com — Arsenal's title challenge gets off to the worst possible start. Plus, Leicester spank Sunderland, Coutinho's Stoke stunner, Jonjo Shelvey's personal chef and much more
Aug 10, 2015

Football Weekly. Today with added Fitba Corner and a long overdue mention of Sinbad from Brookside gu.com/p/4bd4a?CMP=Sh…

Football Weekly: Premier League 2015-16 season preview

theguardian.com — After our summer of documentaries and long-form interviews, the Football Weekly pod squad are back, back, back! Barry Glendenning , Paul MacInnes and Jaunty Ian McCourt join to assess the title challengers, the Europa Leaguers, the race-for-tenth-placers, the relegation strugglers and the Premier League new boys.
Aug 06, 2015

Football Weekly: Premier League 2015-16 season preview gu.com/p/4bah2/stw boo! Summer hols officially over

Football Weekly: Barcelona write themselves into history

theguardian.com — Well, gang, it's the final Football Weekly of the season, and has Barry Glendenning , Paolo Bandini and John Ashdown choking back the tears, and on the phone providing the hankies. We start of course in Berlin where Barcelona won their second treble and fourth Champions League trophy in a decade.

Football Weekly: Arsenal thrash Aston Villa as Fifa farce rumbles on

theguardian.com — It's the penultimate Football Weekly of the season, and with Amy Lawrence , Jacob Steinberg and John Ashdown alongside , we're going out with something of a bang. We begin with that ridiculously one-sided FA Cup final where Arsenal absolutely tonked Aston Villa to retain the trophy.
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Aug 25, 2015

@Pr1nceOfDarknes the bagpipe line is famous,has been around for ever. Amazed the people who put the list together didn't realise that

Aug 23, 2015

goals from 8 other games across europe as they happen, exclamation mark smiley face. Benfica Marseile Inter Napoli & more. 6.30 @btsport

Aug 23, 2015

For Your Consideration: Tonight's EFS has Milan. is 80 million euros enough to make them decent again? we'll see v Fiorentina. PLUS...

Aug 18, 2015

@oliverjones1988 @btsportfootball but thanks and don't worry, I'll be there 6.30 this sunday for Fio Milan, just like the good old days

Aug 18, 2015

@oliverjones1988 @btsportfootball it's not a BTSport show, it's made by Serie A themselves. & what this guy does WITH emphaSIS is unreal...


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