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63 minutes | 3 days ago
Chelsea and Manchester City It Is, Then | Stadio Podcast
We have our Champions League finalists. Musa and Ryan chat about Chelsea reaching the men’s Champions League final, after Emma Hayes’s side made the women’s final, making Chelsea the first club to have finalists in both during the same season (08:02). They will be joined by Manchester City, who beat PSG to progress to their first final in the competition and Pep Guardiola’s first since 2011 (28:05).Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan HunnAdditional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely
55 minutes | 4 days ago
Shithousery, Agüero, and Looking Ahead to Arsenal v. Villarreal | Wrighty’s House
After another chaotic week of football, Ian is joined by Jeanette Kwakye and Ryan Hunn for a lighthearted chat about shithousery and how the dark arts can be used to gain an advantage over opponents (01:47). Then they talk about Sergio Agüero after his brilliant goal against Crystal Palace and wonder who his next club may be (21:45), look ahead to Arsenal’s Europa League second leg against Villarreal (32:41), and wrap up with some flowers for Antonio Conte, after Inter’s first Scudetto in 11 years (42:42).Host: Ian Wright Guests: Jeanette Kwakye and Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely
83 minutes | 6 days ago
Old Trafford Smoke and the Four Clàsicos in 18 Days | Stadio Podcast
This week, Musa and Ryan start with the protests at Old Trafford that forced the Manchester United vs. Liverpool game to be postponed (6:37). Then it’s on to the actual football, as Inter secure the Scudetto (21:39) and Barcelona and Chelsea both go through to the Women’s Champions League final after two thrilling second legs (25:39). Finally, on the 10th anniversary of the final game of the series, they talk about those infamous four Clàsicos that took place across 18 days back in 2011 (35:05).
60 minutes | 10 days ago
Champions League Away Goals and Jesse Marsch on the Move | Stadio Podcast
Musa and Ryan begin with the Champions League semifinals, which included an impressive away win for Manchester City against PSG (07:03) and Chelsea picking up a handy away goal against Real Madrid (27:14). There’s also a quick nod to the WSL, as Arsenal strengthened their position for the final Champions League spot (36:28), before rounding up with the big Bundesliga managerial news, with Julian Nagelsmann’s move to Bayern and Jesse Marsch moving to RB Leipzig (40:51).
54 minutes | 11 days ago
'Home Truths,' Out-of-Body Finishing, and the Premier League Hall of Fame | Wrighty's House
Wrighty is joined by Jeanette Kwakye and Musa Okwonga to chat about the difference between passion and anger (01:11) before moving on to discuss Ian’s forthcoming BBC documentary, 'Home Truths,' about emotional and physical domestic abuse (08:42). Then they turn to football, starting with Leicester’s win over Crystal Palace, Leeds, and Haaland’s out-of-body finishing (26:19), before Jeanette and Musa grill Ian about being one of the nominees for the next round of Premier League Hall of Fame inductees (44:32).
60 minutes | 13 days ago
Title Races and Champions League Places | Stadio Podcast
So much football! Musa and Ryan begin in France, with Lille coming from two goals down to beat Lyon and return to the top of Ligue 1 after PSG’s win had pushed them ahead just 24 hours before (05:36). While the title is pretty much wrapped up in the Bundesliga, Mainz made Bayern wait a bit longer to confirm it (11:24), winning 2-1, and there’s a heap of praise for the job Bo Svensson is doing, plus chat about the Champions League spots with Dortmund closing the gap. In Spain, it’s chaos in Sevilla as they and Granada finish the game before returning to play one more minute, and Atleti are doing their best not to win the title (24:07). There’s also a very quick roundup of Serie A and the Premier League (36:45), plus chat about Man City’s fourth League Cup in a row (41:00) and the first legs of the Women’s Champions League semifinals (46:34).
56 minutes | 16 days ago
Oh Yeah, That Also Happened This Week | Stadio Podcast
What a week. Musa and Ryan start with a little bit more from the European Super League fallout (6:26), before getting on to some highlights from the week’s games (16:58), including the huge WSL clash between Manchester City and Chelsea, Barcelona beating Getafe 5-2 (21:03), and more. Then, finally, some chat about what's next for José Mourinho and Spurs (29:40), and a discussion of a few potential candidates for the vacancy.
43 minutes | 18 days ago
The European Catfish League | Stadio Podcast
Musa and Ryan record an emergency podcast as the European Super League began to crumble less than 48 hours after its founding clubs' original statement. This episode was recorded late on Tuesday night European time, in case any of the details are already out of date. The next Stadio episode will drop on the Ringer FC feed Friday; we have a slightly different schedule this week given the news.
61 minutes | 20 days ago
Ingordigious Basterds | Stadio Podcast
It’s only Monday, and it’s already been a busy week in football. Musa and Ryan begin with some talking points from the actual football this weekend (00:39), including Leicester and Chelsea making it to the FA Cup final, Barcelona's Copa del Rey win, Hansi Flick's announcement that he wishes to leave Bayern, PSG ending Lyon’s dominance in the Women’s Champions League, and more. Then it’s on to the gigantic news that 12 clubs announced their intention to form a breakaway European Super League (17:53). Plus, Jose Mourinho got fired on air (45:37), which they briefly discuss at the end (51:08).
55 minutes | 24 days ago
... And Then There Were Four | Stadio Podcast
Musa and Ryan go over this week’s Champions League quarterfinal second legs, beginning with PSG’s progression past Bayern despite defeat in Paris (8:34) and Chelsea, who also lost the leg but won the tie, getting past Porto (26:13). Dortmund did themselves proud, but it wasn’t enough to stop Manchester City impressing, heading into their first semifinal under Pep Guardiola (29:54), and Real Madrid's goalless draw at Anfield was enough to see them through (41:23). There’s also chat about Musa’s new book, England’s bright future, and more!
61 minutes | 25 days ago
The Importance of the Arena and the Premier League Awards Race | Wrighty's House
This week, Ian is joined by Jeanette Kwakye and Musa Okwonga. Following Jürgen Klopp’s comments about playing at Real Madrid’s Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium, they discuss how the setting can affect motivation and performance, with Jeanette and Wrighty drawing on their own experience in football and athletics (02:40). They then discuss the race for the end of season awards in England, including who might end up being crowned Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year, as well as who will end up with the Golden Boot (29:17).
62 minutes | a month ago
El Clásico Importante | Stadio Podcast
Real Madrid were victorious over Barcelona in a pivotal Clásico, so Musa and Ryan begin by discussing the game, Atleti’s draw with Betis, and the La Liga title race (5:45). They then move to the Premier League, with Leeds upsetting Manchester City (18:06) and Liverpool winning at Anfield, plus wins for Chelsea, Arsenal, and Newcastle. There’s also chat about West Ham and Leicester in the Champions League race and Manchester United’s win at Spurs (37:37). The NWSL Challenge Cup returned with brawls and more (43:49) and there’s a quick Bundesliga roundup, after wins for Schalke and Dortmund and a managerial change at Köln (47:05).
50 minutes | a month ago
Snowy Bavarian Nights | Stadio Podcast
Musa and Ryan are back with a Champions League podcast, but before they get into the action, they talk about competition anthems, another book for Musa, and … Snoopy (00:51). There’s a very quick summary of a few domestic games in Italy and Spain (7:11) before getting into a thriller in snowy Allianz Arena, where PSG beat Bayern 3-2 thanks to two Kylian Mbappé goals (08:43), and where Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting earned some praise. Next, they touch on Chelsea’s two lovely goals in their away win against Porto (21:09) before it’s on to Tuesday’s games, beginning with Manchester City’s victory over Borussia Dortmund (28:24), and wrapping up with Real Madrid and Liverpool (38:48).
44 minutes | a month ago
Flowers for Imanol, Winning As a Fan, and Playing in Europe | Wrighty's House
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga this week for an Uncle Special. They begin, as only uncles can, by chatting about how people dressed back in the day and used to unleash the drip (01:29). They next give flowers to Imanol Alguacil, who—having supported and played for Real Sociedad—guided the club to their first trophy in 34 years (07:27) and discuss winning as a fan and the unrehearsed celebrations it creates. Wrighty then shares his theory on the involvement of Ronaldo and Portugal’s chances at the 2022 World Cup (19:11), and finally, with the return of European competition, what it’s like to transition back into playing in Europe at this stage of the season (29:23).
63 minutes | a month ago
La Real Thing | Stadio Podcast
Musa and Ryan begin with Real Sociedad winning their first trophy in 34 years after a win in the first Copa del Rey Basque Derby (06:45), before quickly rounding up La Liga after another wobble for Atleti (15:32). Premier League focus this week is on West Brom, who inflicted a first defeat on Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea (26:42), plus a quick dart around other fixtures from the weekend, including the WSL (41:03) and Frauen Pokal, where Bayern lost after 26 straight wins. Finally, the Ligue 1 title race heated up even further, as Lille beat PSG and Monaco won again (45:40).
58 minutes | a month ago
Rocky | Wrighty's House
In this special episode, Ian is joined by Amy Lawrence and Ryan Hunn to remember the wonderful David Rocastle, who died 20 years ago this week. They share memories of Rocky as a player, a person, a close friend and an Arsenal legend, including childhood tales, Anfield, welcoming players to the club, and much more. Thanks to Tony Adams, Michael Thomas, Lee Dixon, Alan Smith, and Steve Bould for sending their thoughts for the audio montage. And thank you to XVARR, who kindly allowed us to use ‘She Healed Him in Her Sleep’ as the music.
67 minutes | a month ago
The Chaotic XI | Stadio Podcast
It’s the 150th episode of Stadio, so Musa and Ryan celebrate by compiling a team of the most chaos-causing players in history. Their reasoning and criteria may surprise you, so they explain it all, from goalkeeper to striker—including a formation, substitutes, a manager, kit and where they would play.
56 minutes | a month ago
FA Cup, the Barclays WSL TV Deal, and Flowers for Ødegaard | Wrighty's House
Ian is joined by Carl Anka from The Athletic to chat about the FA Cup and look ahead to the semifinals involving Chelsea, Manchester City, Leicester City, and Southampton (02:02). Flowers this week go to Martin Ødegaard following his role in pulling Arsenal back from 3-0 down against West Ham over the weekend (19:36). They then discuss the racial abuse aimed at Rangers’ Glen Kamara last week against Slavia Prague (25:44), before moving onto the historical Barclays WSL TV deal (35:04) and the England squad for the upcoming internationals (43:22).
64 minutes | 2 months ago
Lotte, Martin, Xabi, Robert, and Sergiño | Stadio Podcast
It was a weekend full of big performances in key games, so Musa and Ryan begin with Lotte Wubben-Moy securing a crucial win for Arsenal over Casey Stoney’s Manchester United in the WSL (05:52). Martin Ødegaard drove Arsenal to a comeback against a very impressive West Ham at the London Stadium (12:33), while Spurs and Brighton picked up very important wins (22:26). During recording, news broke linking Xabi Alonso with the Gladbach vacancy (24:23), which they discuss before chatting about the rest of the Bundesliga (30:51), including Robert Lewandowski closing in on Gerd Müller’s record of 40 goals in a single league season, Hertha picking up a hugely important win over Leverkusen, who themselves are in a tricky run of form. Sergiño Dest got two for Barça in their 6-1 win at Real Sociedad (41:43), whereas Atleti scraped through against Alavés to maintain its lead at the top of La Liga. In France, PSG went top (50:08) and in Italy, Juventus were upset by an old goalscorer (53:26).
57 minutes | 2 months ago
Mailbag: Chelsea, Atleti, and more Champions League | Stadio Podcast
In this Champions League week, Musa and Ryan open up the mailbag and answer your questions. After being asked if they’re OK (6:51) and whether Musa’s Brazil trip really happened (8:39), they talk Chelsea, with praise for N’Golo Kanté (09:21) and Thomas Tuchel (14:01)—who has the longest unbeaten start of any Chelsea manager. Next up, it’s what happened and what will happen next with Atleti (24:26), who are the best four teams in Europe, who are the dark horses to win the Champions League (34:05), what's up with Atalanta (41:36), and a brief WSL roundup (47:28).
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