Talking Fussball – The Bundesliga Show is back with another weekly dose of Bundesliga as Alex Handcock returns to the pod to analyze the weekend’s goal-fests with Nik Wildhagen. Join the two Bundesliga aficionados as they weave football-talk and 50 Shades of Grey references into this week’s episode, whilst discussing the spanking that Hamburg suffered at the hands of Bayern. Tune in to find out all about the 4-5 madness in Leverkusen, Hoffenheim’s last-minute winner and Kasper Hjulmand’s last match in charge of Mainz. All this and much more, on this week’s episode of Talking Fussball!
Matt Hermann rounds up BT Sport’s Archie Rhind-Tutt and the Bundesliga fanatic’s Niklas Wildhagen to take a closer look at all the action from mid-week and to look ahead to the next match day.
The boys get into several issues from match day 19: Were Hertha right to sack Jos Luhukay? What are the reasons behind Werder’s marvellous upswing in form under their new coach Viktor Skripnik? Should referees send Pep Guardiola to the stands when he strays too far from the code of conduct? For a fan’s view of the troubles at Borussia Dortmund, Sandra Goldschmidt joins Matt to talk about the atmosphere on the Südtribüne during BVB’s loss at home to Augsburg. In the last segment, we take a look ahead to match day 20, complete with another edition of our beloved Tippspiel.
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After a long winter break, Fussball is back and we are ready to talk all over it. This week Matt Hermann is joined by Archie Rhind-Tutt and guest panellist Kevin Hatchard (Talksport, TuneIn) for a bumper episode brought to you in partnership with fubo.tv, the streaming service that brings the Bundesliga right to your tablet, laptop or smartphone. Listeners with a North American IP address can sign up to win a free pass to see live Bundesliga broadcasts through to the end of the season here!
In this episode, we run down the best and worst of the winter transfer window, we preview match day 18, and we reflect on the biggest story of the break – the death of Wolfsburg’s Junior Malanda. Matt speaks to sports psychologist David Yeoman (who counselled the Hibernian FC team after the death of a player there in 2013) about the way teams can process grief.
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Join Bernie Reeves and Alex Handcock for a Talking Fussball Extra edition, in which the pod pals break down the German Champions League fixtures and try to figure out what went wrong in all four fixtures. Helping them from afar, are Archie Rhind Tutt and Raf Honigstein, who chat about BVB’s shortcomings in the press area at The Emirates stadium: how many kilos is Gündogan overweight? In part II, Alex and Bernie take a look at their pick of the weekend’s fixtures and look forward to the return of Huub Stevens!
It’s a jam-packed episode of Talking Fussball, as we’ve got exclusive interviews with Fabian Johnson Eljero Elia and Franco Di Santo sprinkled into the show. We’ve also got extensive analysis of the goal-fests in Mönchengladbach and Leverkusen, as well as a Bundesliga first involving a headset malfunction and a clear penalty. Finally, we grab our handkerchiefs and all get a bit emotional, as we hail the return of The Lost Son, Shinji Kagawa. All that and much more, in this week’s episode of Talking Fussball!