The World Cup is over. Join Austin Reynolds, Adin Osmanbasic and Constantin Eckner as they discuss the final between France and Croatia.
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The panel discuss the alleged death of possession football and break down the two World Cup semi-final matchups. Join Austin Reynolds, Judah Davies and Constantin Eckner for the ninth episode of our show.
The panel discuss the World Cup favourites, potential dark horses and whether football is really coming home. Join Austin Reynolds, Momo Akhondi and Constantin Eckner for the eighth episode of our show.
Constantin Eckner was joined by Manuel Veth from Futbolgrad.com to discuss the demise of the German national team and what the future holds for Joachim Löw and his players. Follow Manuel on Twitter @ManuelVeth.
The biggest sensation of this World Cup happened on Thursday when Germany were beaten by South Korea and finished last in their group. Besides an analysis of the former World Champions’ last match, we also cover Sweden’s decisive win over Mexico.
We continue our World Cup analysis by discussing Day 3 of the group stages, covering Argentina’s disappointing first match and Denmark’s win over Peru.
The German team travels to Russia as current holders of the World-Cup title. And despite the DFB selection once again being named among the inner circle of favourites, perfection is nowhere to be found.
“There is something right in the state of Denmark” – Interview with Midtjylland’s former head of scouting Lars Hallengreen
On the last day of the transfer window, you will always see remarkable transfers being made and this season was no exception. We took a look at the situation in Denmark where two transfers caught our attention in particular.
How could Antonio Conte make Chelsea more unpredictable? What’s up with Tottenham’s dominant performances in recent weeks? And why do Arsenal shy away from playing a more structured possession style?
What has Pep Guardiola done to make his team look almost unbeatable? How could José Mourinho adjust his system to use Paul Pogba to his full potential? And has Jürgen Klopp proven that he is more than just an one-dimensional coach?