The lads are back for another installment of the Euro Fantasy League Podcast! This time out, Jamie and Dave take a look at the title run-ins, relegation battles and European hopefuls. Barcelona have won La Liga once again, and Roma’s ban on Drake is also covered. Get in touch with us on Twitter (@eurofantasypod) or e-mail us (firstname.lastname@example.org). Remember to subscribe, rate and review when you are able – it’s all free!
Dave and Jamie discuss Jose Mourinho, and consider whether the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is what Man Utd need right now. They also look at Inter Milan getting back to winning ways, Juventus’ cruising and SPAL’s potential worries.
On the latest episode of the Euro Fantasy League Podcast, Jamie and Dave welcome Rich Hall to the show! Rich is the Chief Correspondent for Football Italia and the creator of The Gentleman Ultra. He discusses Juventus’ aspirations this season such as how far they can hope to go in the Champions League, and looks at which Serie A clubs have underperformed so far.
The new season is here! The Euro Fantasy League Podcast kicks off the 2018/19 season by welcoming Jason Pettigrove to the show, who gives his insight on the summer transfer window and talks about how he thinks La Liga will shape up this season. Plus, Dave joins the show late.
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The lads also round off the World Cup chat with a bit of discussion about France as champions, Kylian Mbappe, how proud Croatia will be and Dave (as usual) makes his feelings about England well known.
Dave and Jamie return to round up what’s been going on in those seven long days since they last darkened the airwaves. The group stages have finished, the round of 16 is now also done and dusted and now we look ahead to the quarters, and beyond.
The lads are back with a catch up of all the goings-on during the World Cup so far. Dave reveals his true colours (anything but the white shirt of England) while Jamie and guest Lee Stobbs happily agree on Gareth Southgate’s standing as England boss.
All the groups are given the usual treatment, and a roundup of Dave and Jamie’s predictions ahead of the tournament show that one of the two seems to confuse himself when it comes to points scoring.
In our last of group previews for World Cup 2018 hosted by Russia, Dave and Jamie reveal their opinion of England’s World Cup squad, and disagree with each other (9:52), look forward to seeing Senegal at the tournament (19:32) and highlight James Rodriguez’s rise in the game since the previous World Cup (20:24).
Topics covered also include holidays and the importance of Dave keeping his pants on.
The next of our World Cup preview episodes sees Jamie and Dave discuss Groups D-F, with particular topics of note including the coaching position at Nigeria (8:28), the Serbian national team (17:48) and the interesting man that is Joachim Low (20:44).
In the first of the podcast’s World Cup episodes, Dave and Jamie guide you through groups A-C of this summer’s World Cup. Toke Theilade (www.russianfootballnews.com) joins the show to discuss Russia’s expectations at the tournament, and explains just what it means to the people of Russia.