Official Barclays Premier League Podcast

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast

United States

Bringing you a full reaction to all the weekends Barclays Premier League fixtures, including exclusive interviews with managers and players. Each week our presenter will be joined by a former player for their insight and analysis into the most exciting league in the world, as well as bringing you all the news on the very latest Barclays initiatives.


Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Season Review  

Everton manager Roberto Martinez joins Iain Dowie, Matt Jackson and Marcus Buckland for the final Barclays Premier League Podcast of the season to review what has been an incredible ten months of top flight football. The Toffees boss reflects on achieving the clubs highest points tally since they last won the league and tells us about the promising batch of youngsters coming through at Goodison Park. We analyse where the title was won and lost and get reaction from Manuel Pellegrini and Vincent Kompany after Manchester City were crowned Champions. Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier tells us about his love for the Saints fans. Plus we hear from Jose Mourinho, Ryan Giggs and Tony Pulis, and we will be conducting our very own end of season awards.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 38  

Crystal Palace Chairman Steve Parish joins Dave Farrar and former Charlton and Ipswich midfielder Matt Holland to discuss the incredible comeback against Liverpool, which could decide the destination of the title. West Brom defender Steven Reid describes his relief at securing top flight football for another season, whilst Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher reveals the impact Ryan Giggs has had since taking the reins at Old Trafford. Plus we hear from Felix Magath and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Fulham and Cardiff become the first two sides to be relegated from the Barclays Premier League.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 37  

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson and former Sunderland striker Kevin Phillips join Ed Chamberlin and Nigel Winterburn on this weeks show. Robson talks exclusively about his former team-mate Ryan Giggs new role as interim manager at Old Trafford and Phillips discusses his recent retirement following an illustrious career as well as his former clubs survival chances. We hear from PFA Award winners Luis Suarez and Eden Hazard, as well as Yaya Toure, Wilfried Bony and many more.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 36  

David Moyes departure from Old Trafford is discussed by journalist Paddy Barclay as he joins Marcus Buckland and former Everton and Chelsea midfielder Graham Stuart. West Ham midfielder Mark Noble reveals which England star helped turn him into a fully fledged professional and a life long Crystal Palace fan joins us to marvel at the Tony Pulis Effect. We also hear from Brendan Rodgers, Jose Mourinho and Aaron Ramsey.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 35  

Fulham captain Brede Hangeland joins Jacqui Oatley and former Liverpool and Tottenham defender John Scales to discuss Felix Magaths impact on the club after their crucial win over Norwich City. We hear from Steven Gerrard and Brendan Rodgers as they react to an emotional victory at Anfield against title rivals Manchester City. Former Tottenham skipper Gary Mabbutt explains the pressures of leading a top flight side in the Barclays Premier League. Plus we hear from John Terry, Christian Eriksen and many more.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 34  

Evertons most successful captain Kevin Ratcliffe joins Dave Farrar and Efan Ekoku to discuss the Toffees incredible result against Arsenal. West Brom defender Gareth McAuley talks exclusively about the Baggies battle against relegation and Swansea boss Garry Monk tells us about his managerial influences. Plus we hear from Brendan Rodgers, Kieran Richardson and an under pressure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 33  

Liverpool legend Mark Lawrenson joins Jacqui Oatley and former Arsenal and West Ham midfielder Stewart Robson to reflect on an incredible Barclays Premier League weekend where the Reds moved to the top of the table. Jose Mourinho says Chelsea can no longer win the title and former Blues star Marcel Desailly tells us who he thinks will be crowned Champions in May. Manchester United reserve team coach, Nicky Butt explains how his experiences at Old Trafford are helping to develop young talent, plus we hear from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Peter Odemwingie and Rickie Lambert.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 32  

Norwich City manager Chris Hughton joins Marcus Buckland and Matt Holland after an extraordinary weekend of goals in the Barclays Premier League, and tells us why Alex Tettey’s wonder strike was better than Wayne Rooney’s. Hull City’s Liam Rosenior reflects on scoring his first goal for the club, and Tottenham legend Glenn Hoddle explains how a Spurs fan saved the day in Jerusalem. Plus we hear from Jose Mourinho, Brendan Rodgers and Yaya Toure on the most exciting title race in years.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 31  

Raheem Sterling exclusively speaks about Liverpool’s title hopes to former Everton and Norwich City defender Matt Jackson and Dave Farrar on this week’s show. Former World Championship boxer Richie Woodhall tells us all about his efforts to keep West Brom fighting fit. Everton boss Roberto Martinez talks about how he’s adapted to life at Goodison Park, plus we hear from Fabian Delph, Manuel Pellegrini, Rickie Lambert and many more.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 30  

Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola discusses the club’s title aspirations with Marcus Buckland and Paul Walsh on this week’s Podcast. Everton manager Roberto Martinez speaks exclusively about four of his star players and Cardiff City defender Declan John tells us all about their fight to stay in the Barclays Premier League. We hear from Adam Lallana, David Moyes, Tim Sherwood and from a community football legend about his work with disadvantaged youngsters in Birmingham.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 29  

Ed Chamberlin makes his Podcast debut alongside former West Ham, Southampton and Crystal Palace striker Iain Dowie, and together they look back at a dramatic weekend in the Barclays Premier League where Chelsea moved four points clear at the top. Stoke City Chairman Peter Coates joins us exclusively to explain how his side managed yet another win over Arsenal at the Britannia Stadium, whilst Aston Villa legend Ian Taylor discusses a wonder goal for Christian Benteke against Norwich City. Also on the show, John Barnes boards the Barclays Bus as Liverpool have a day to remember at Southampton, plus we speak to the blind West Brom fan who ran seven marathons in seven days in seven different continents!

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 28  

Former Chelsea and Aston Villa striker Tony Cascarino joins Jacqui Oatley to review another important weekend of action in the Barclays Premier League. Dean Ashton speaks exclusively about his former club Norwich City’s crucial win against Tottenham Hotspur and hails manager Chris Hughton. We hear from Tomas Rosicky of Arsenal and Wayne Rooney after he signed an extension to his contract at Manchester United. Plus, we find out how Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has been paying homage to a stalwart of the Anfield community.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 27  

Lou Macari joins Dave Farrar, former West Ham midfielder Matt Holland, and journalist Jonathan Northcroft to debate Manchester United’s chances of climbing the Barclays Premier League table. With just 12 games to go, it’s building up to be an historic season and we ask if Liverpool can become the unlikely title winners. We speak to former Stoke City defender Danny Higginbotham about the tension at the bottom of the table, and he reveals the man who could lead any team to safety. Plus we hear from the first German ever to manage in the top flight, and Swansea City’s club chaplain gives us a different take on their season.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 26  

Southampton defender Jose Fonte joins Jacqui Oatley and former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson to talk exclusively about life at St. Mary’s. Don Hutchison talks to us about his former club West Ham’s recent upturn in fortune following 3 wins on the bounce. We speak to a delighted Liverpool fan from Sweden about their top four and even title chances, and Ray Parlour boards the Barclays Bus with Arsenal fans on their way to Anfield. Plus we hear from new Swansea boss Garry Monk, Sam Allardyce and Brendan Rodgers.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 25  

Charlie Adam joins Dave Farrar and former Norwich striker Efan Ekoku to speak exclusively about his double strike for Stoke City creating history against Manchester United. We find out exactly how Jose Mourinho masterminded victory for his Chelsea side at Manchester City to change the dynamic of the title race, and Sunderland legend Marco Gabbiadini discusses another 3-0 win for the Black Cats at their great rivals Newcastle United. Plus we talk to former Liverpool winger John Barnes and Southampton’s young star James Ward-Prowse.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 24  

Graham Stuart and Paddy Barclay join Marcus Buckland to discuss the end of a busy January Transfer Window which has seen Manchester United smash their club record to sign Juan Mata from Chelsea – we hear from the Spaniard as well as from David Moyes and former United striker Dwight Yorke. We discuss all the other transfer news and hear from a delighted Everton manager Roberto Martinez after Leighton Baines signs a new four year contract at the club. We get the lowdown on Spurs manager Tim Sherwood from his former team-mate and title winner at Blackburn, Stuart Ripley. Along with Graham and Paddy, Everton legend, Graeme Sharp, gives us his nominations for the Barclays Merit Awards. Plus we hear from an 83-year-old zip-wiring Southampton super fan!

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 23  

Norwich City Captain Russell Martin tells Jacqui Oatley and former Everton defender Matt Jackson how that late win against Hull has helped ease the pressure on manager Chris Hughton. We investigate what Chelsea’s win over Manchester United means for both clubs’ title ambitions and former Blues winger Pat Nevin drops in to explain why the Jose Mourinho factor can bring glory back to the Bridge. Jacqui also examines what makes women want to take up refereeing at all levels of the game and we hear from Pablo Zabaleta, Tim Sherwood, and new West Brom Head Coach Pepe Mel.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 22  

Former Liverpool midfielder Jason McAteer joins Marcus Buckland and Iain Dowie to tell us why the Reds are the real deal this season, and which of Brendan Rodgers’ stars has caught his eye in the past few games. A Sunderland fan who’s been on the terraces for nearly sixty years discusses a new lease of life for the Mackems under Gus Poyet as they move off the foot of the table. We also hear from West Ham’s Andy Carroll after his return from injury, Vincent Kompany on another win for free-scoring Manchester City, and Jack Wilshere on Arsenal clinging on to top spot, plus we pay tribute to the Barclays Premier League’s deadliest ever sub.

Official Barclays Premier League Podcast 2013-14 - Episode 21  

Cardiff City captain Steven Caulker joins Dave Farrar, John Scales and journalist Andy Dunn to discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer taking charge of the Bluebirds and the impact the “King of Subs” has already had on the club. With the January Transfer Window now open, we ask Crystal Palace Chairman Steve Parish how difficult it is to bring in new talent. West Brom defender Jonas Olsson explains how things are looking up at the Hawthorns under a new regime. Plus we cover Theo Walcott’s shock injury, Tim Sherwood’s start to life at Spurs, and David Moyes needing to get back to winning ways at Old Trafford.

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