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Embarrassment of Riches: Manchester City’s European Ban and its implications for England

How time flies. Less than a year ago, Manchester City had domination – both sporting and financial – lined up in the crosshairs. Premier League champions two seasons running, record-breaking revenue streams and the world’s best coach in the driving seat meant that...

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,...

City, Pickford and Gadsby: You saw me standing alone – Gadsby’s England, ep. 38

Gadsby and Gadsby Jr discuss Manchester City’s stunning Champions League ban, Jordan Pickford’s “why is it always me?” and how an Indiana Jones-type stunt on an electric scooter in Stockholm is also news.

Shoes and shirt must be worn: Gadsby’s England, ep. 37

Touching tales of England old and new feature on this week’s Gadsby’s England. Plus all the news and views from Gadsby and Gadsby Jr in the countdown to Euro 2020.

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...

I Like Big Cups and I Cannot Lie: Klopp, Guardiola and the egotism of the “big clubs’” attitudes to English knockout competitions

The FA Cup – if you have to keep telling yourself that the magic hasn’t gone, the magic has probably gone. But gone for who, exactly? Certainly not for Tranmere Rovers who, in the third round, overturned a three-goal deficit away to Premier League Watford, winning...

Medicinal: Gadsby’s England, ep. 36

Once again, it’s injury watch. Gadsby and Gadsby Jr discuss the continuing England-striker crisis...before talking potions.

England’s Striker ‘Crisis’: five forward alternatives for Gareth Southgate to ponder

An England star injures himself in the run-up to an international tournament. He rushes his recovery in order to make the final 23. Manifestly unfit, he hobbles and winces his way through the competition as a passenger, the television cameras panning theatrically...

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...

Flies Falling Like Dominoes, Falling Like England players: Gadsby’s England, ep. 35

Gadsby and Gadsby Jr discuss the England player injury crisis. Who areEngland's striking alternatives should the worst happen? And is there still a chance this could be a crisis only for the clubs--but a gift for England? Plus all the latest from your first-stop shop...

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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.
City, Pickford and Gadsby: You saw me standing alone – Gadsby's England, ep. 38

Gadsby and Gadsby Jr discuss Manchester City’s stunning Champions League ban, Jordan Pickford’s “why is it always me?” and how an Indiana Jones-type stunt on an electric scooter in Stockholm is also news.

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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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An American Take on England: Matchweek 22

Matchweek 22 brought us a new second place team, with Manchester City drubbing Aston Villa and Leicester City falling prey to Southampton’s surprising run of form. Southampton have now not lost since December 14th and have won four of their last five, bringing them up...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 18/19

Congratulations, Liverpool, on winning the 2019-2020 Premier League! With Wolves’s stunning comeback to beat Manchester City and Liverpool’s dismantling of Leicester on Boxing Day, the gulf in class (and actual gulf) has proven to be vast. Liverpool are now fully 13...

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