The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

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Join James Richardson, a few familiar friends and some new voices too as they take you through all the twists and turns of the 2017-18 football season in the Premier League and around Europe

Episodes

Chelsea crash and Burn-ley as Huddersfield make their mark  

Boom! It's episode two of the Totally Football Show, and AC Jimbo is joined by Rafa Honigstein, Leroy Rosenior and Iain Macintosh to mull over a splendiferous opening weekend in the Premier League, with goals, red cards and shonky defending aplenty. Chelsea tonked at home by Burnley! Huddersfield finishing the weekend joint top! Liverpool blowing it at Watford! Speaking of Liverpool, they have a tricky trip to German upstarts Hoffenheim in a Champions League qualifier on Tuesday night. What lies in store for Jurgen Klopp and co? Plus, we hear from Filippo Maria Ricci about Ronaldo's red card and the latest on Philippe Countinho's seemingly-imminent move to Barcelona, and find out what's going on in the EFL. Not a lot, if you're Aston Villa. • send us a tweet: @thetotallyshow • check out our new website: www.thetotallyfootballshow.com • and get your shave on with our friends Cornerstone, who are giving you £10 off your first order: www.cornerstone.co.uk/totally

A New Hope  

Finally, in a world starved of topical football podcasts, The Totally Football Show has arrived. Pod legend James Richardson crosses the Rubicon with Kelly Cates, James Horncastle, Julien Laurens, and Yoko Macintosh to preview the new Premier League season, pausing only to chat Ligue 1, Serie A and the Championship. The pod quad discuss the fallout from the Community Shield, and Julien salivates at the prospect of Neymar at PSG. Hear how far they were willing to go to secure the Brazilian. Plus, there are predictions aplenty in our innovative new format, Hostage To Fortune, and there’s a fascinating metaphor based entirely on AC Jimbo's old hair.

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