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An American Take on England: Matchweek 31

What a break. What a return. Will football ever look the same in the future? After not playing a match since March 9th, the Premier League came roaring back over the past two weeks, bringing smiles to the faces of many, joy to Liverpool (congratulations, Liverpool...

Coronavirus Candor: even Sven admits fault: Gadsby’s England, ep. 45

On day 7,829 of lockdown, Gadsby and Gadsby Jr discuss a different, strange new distance between fans and their teams. Believe it or not, Sven-Goran Eriksson admits he got it wrong—even that he should have turned down the England job. Plus, football will return,...

Don’t cry for me, just stay seven years apart: Gadsby’s England, ep. 44

Gringo Gadsby and Grumpy Gadsby Jr, so far straitjacket-free, review the latest lockdown news and look back at two classics against an enemy far away in space and time...

Retrospective Match Report: England 2-1 Portugal, 1966 – Eusebio’s tears, England’s Cheers

In the match of the tournament, Eusebio’s late penalty couldn’t forestall his tears. Bobby Charlton’s double secured a historic, earth-shaking victory England – one a century in the making. After their triumph over the Soviet Union yesterday evening, West Germany...

Once Upon A Time in Lockdown…Gadsby’s England, ep. 43

Gadsby and Gadsby Jr come up with an ingenious response to zero football by looking back at great football matches in England’s history—and who else would’ve thought of that at this current time?! Each of them picks an England game played before either of their...

A Retrospective Match Report: England 1-2 France: Zidane Gives Three Lions Both Barrels in Lisbon

One last chance. There's always one last chance. Tactics, mind-games, a thousand man-hours of preparation: all drop out the equation, rendered meaningless in the face of one. last. chance. Except in Lisbon tonight, there were two. In the end, it was a tale of two...

So what else is going on, then? Gadsby’s England, ep. 42

Gadsby Jr finally turns up after three weeks. Luckily not much has happened in that time. With Euro 2020 postponed, with the domestic season hanging by a thread, Gadsby and Gadsby Jr discuss all the implications, scenarios, and monumental challenges that now face...

One Marshall, one world gone mad: Gadsby’s England, ep. 41

For the third week running, Gadsby Jr is kept in quarantine. Gadsby is joined in Los Angeles by our show editor—and proper football pundit—Marshall Ingham (yes, of THAT Ingham stock), to talk about the probable end of football in 2020; are the European...

Kid-Wonders, Stress-Fractures and Butter-Fingers Leave Southgate Scratching Head with Euro 2020 Creeping Closer

As the ball found the flashing feet of Phil Foden for what seemed like the millionth time inside the opening half an hour, it became apparent that they were actively seeking him out. A Manchester City side which boasts such supreme talent in its ranks was channelling...

An American Take on England: Matchweek 28

How the mighty have fallen. After 18 straight league wins, with the chance to break a record, Liverpool put up a goose egg against the 19th (now 17th) place team in the league, Watford. It was a game which will have few ramifications, but it was indicative of the...

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The all-new Gadsby's England podcast, from the only show in the world dedicated exclusively to the England football team. Gadsby and Gadsby Jr. bring you England news, features, stories, special guests, and, well, anything you want to know about Gareth Southgate's new young team. With new recruit, show producer Lisa LeRoux.
Coronavirus Candor: even Sven admits fault: Gadsby's England, ep. 45

On day 7,829 of lockdown, Gadsby and Gadsby Jr discuss a different, strange new distance between fans and their teams. Believe it or not, Sven-Goran Eriksson admits he got it wrong—even that he should have turned down the England job. Plus, football will return, but just how different will it look? And the Gadsbys’ favourite-ever England goals.

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 31

What a break. What a return. Will football ever look the same in the future? After not playing a match since March 9th, the Premier League came roaring back over the past two weeks, bringing smiles to the faces of many, joy to Liverpool (congratulations, Liverpool...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 28

How the mighty have fallen. After 18 straight league wins, with the chance to break a record, Liverpool put up a goose egg against the 19th (now 17th) place team in the league, Watford. It was a game which will have few ramifications, but it was indicative of the...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 27

Matchweek 27 was an interesting one, fueled by further VAR controversy (against Chelsea, again), a tight match for Liverpool, who just managed to pull out a win, a great match between Leicester and Manchester City (Leicester will also feel hard done by VAR for not...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 26

VAR. Howard Webb. Tom Henning Ovrebo. Anthony Taylor. Chris Kavanagh. What do all of these things have in common? An uncanny, almost conspiracy-theory-inducing way of absolutely bending Chelsea over. Up until this week, it had seemed as though some teams (LiVARpool,...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 25

Fun fact:  the difference between fourth place and dead last is smaller than the difference between 1st and third place and is only two points larger than the difference between first and second place. Liverpool has created a gulf so big, it’s akin to playing...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 23/24

At this point it’s fair to ask if Arsenal will make it to 50 points. Historically, 50 points has been about the break-even point to reach the top eight, with a small amount of deviation above or below 50. With only 14 matches left in the season (I know, crazy right?),...

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