Football Weekly

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James Richardson, Barry Glendenning, Rafa Honigstein, James Horncastle, Sid Lowe and the rest of the award-winning Football Weekly pod squad bring you puns and punditry, news and analysis, and the best blow-by-blow coverage of the Premier League and beyond for the 2015/16 season

Manchester City see off Everton to set up League Cup final with Liverpool. Plus: transfer news and previews of all the big games in the FA Cup fourth round

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On the agenda for AC Jimbo and co: Arsenal fall behind in title race, Liverpool edge Norwich after nine-goal thriller, plus Juve beating Roma and lots more
AC Jimbo and co look back over the FA Cup third-round replays and preview Chelsea’s trip to Arsenal in the Premier League. Plus, homophobia in Italy; PSG made to sweat in France; and tiny East Kilbride set up a clash with Celtic
Manchester United get the win at Anfield, while Stoke hold Arsenal to a goalless draw. Plus, all the rest of the news from the top and bottom of the Premier League; transfer bans in Spain; and Napoli stay top in Serie A
The podders look back on a goal-filled midweek round in the Premier League, with Liverpool v Arsenal and Newcastle v Man Utd both finishing 3-3. Plus, Rudi Garciá gets the chop at Roma, Charlton reappoint José Riga and more
The podders look back on a mostly shock-free third round of the FA Cup, and look ahead to a packed midweek in the Premier League. Plus, the handball law, the fixture computer, and club legends who ballsed it up as managers
The Reds and the Toffees are victorious in the first legs of their League Cup semi-finals – but at what cost? Plus, Zinedine Zidane takes the reins at Real Madrid, and a preview of the third round of the FA Cup
The champions finally put on a performance as they smash Crystal Palace. Plus, Manchester United get back to winning ways, we preview the League Cup semi- finals and discuss Charlton in the mire
The podders look back over the festive fixtures and wonder whether Arsenal have the mentality to finish the campaign on top. Plus, will the Louis van Gaal era at Manchester United start and end with home defeats to Swansea?
In the latest of our special documentaries, we trace the history of football’s trickiest and ballsiest set piece – and meet the man who invented it
The pod discuss the win for a post-Mourinho Chelsea, another defeat for Manchester United and Leicester’s title challenge
The podders wonder what next for Chelsea after José Mourinho’s second spell at the club comes to an extraordinary end. Plus, Middlesbrough head to the top of the Championship, and Swansea make overtures to Marcelo Bielsa
The podders look back on an historic win for the Cherries as Manchester United’s miserable run continues. Plus, Newcastle tame Tottenham, Jürgen Klopp blow his top, and Arsenal face Barcelona in the Champions League
Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City advance to the knockout stages of Europe’s premier competition, but Manchester United are dumped into the Europa League
Liverpool’s good form ends at St James’ Park. Plus, must-win ties for Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea in the Champions League, and Portland Timbers win their first MLS Cup
The podders reflect on Gary Neville’s Spanish adventure. Plus, Liverpool hit Southampton for six in the Capital One Cup – will they do the same to Newcastle?
Jamie Vardy scores for the 11th game in a row. Plus, Newcastle hammered by Palace, Brighton top the Championship, and news from India and MLS
United draw a blank once more – how will they perform at Leicester this weekend? Plus, Arsenal cling on to their Champions League dreams, while Barcelona take their game to another level (again)
United draw a blank once more – how will they perform at Leicester this weekend? Plus, Arsenal cling on to their Champions League dreams, while Barcelona take their game to another level (again)
Leicester City lead the way while Liverpool and Tottenham put on stellar showings. Plus, Real Madrid humiliated in the clásico, and make-or-break time for Arsenal in the Champions League