The Football Review

The European football show reviewing the major news, action and results from all key European leagues

The Football Review Episode 834

The Football Review Episode 834

Germany manager Joachim Low is coming under pressure for the first time in his tenure.

The Football Review Episode 832

The Football Review Episode 832

Cesare Prandelli returns to Fiorentina and Liverpool suffers another hefty injury loss.

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The Football Review Episode 831

The Football Review Episode 831

Arsenal fails to convince; Didier Deschamps weighs in on Paul Pogba’s ”unhappy” Manchester United situation.

The Football Review Episode 830

The Football Review Episode 830

The latest news and developments in European football. Humble Stade Rennais aims to simply give its best.

The Football Review Episode 829

The Football Review Episode 829

The latest news and developments in European football. Struggling Manchester United might be facing its new normal.

The Football Review Episode 828

The Football Review Episode 828

The latest news and developments in European football. New Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo is getting an early-season test; Pep Guardiola rules out a Barcelona return; AC Milan set to spend big in the winter transfer window; Neymar ruled out by injury until mid-November.

The Football Review Episode 827

The Football Review Episode 827

The latest news and developments in European football. David Silva joined Real Sociedad to keep winning.

The Football Review Episode 825

The Football Review Episode 825

The latest news and developments in European football. The La Liga dominance of Barcelona and Real Madrid is being challenged; Mesut Ozil’s Arsenal days are done; Paulo Dybala unhappy with lack of playing time; Georginio Wijnaldum slams Jordan Pickford for injury to Virgil van Dijk.

The Football Review Episode 824

The Football Review Episode 824

The latest news and developments in European football. Antoine Griezmann’s problems at Barcelona are magnified by his scoring success with France; Lazio has Massimiliano Allegri on standby as Simone Inzaghi stalls on a new contract; Napoli angry as Juventus awarded a forfeit.

The Football Review Episode 823

The Football Review Episode 823

The latest news and developments in European football. New Schalke manager Manuel Baum is staying positive despite his team’s 19-game winless run; Premier League’s Big Six push for reform; Manchester United might be setting the table to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer; La Liga president Javier Tebas is bracing for a financial crisis.

The Football Review Episode 822

The Football Review Episode 822

The latest news and developments in European football. Gareth Southgate is trying to restore England’s discipline; Lyon resigned to Memphis Depay leaving; Paul Pogba flags desire to play for Real Madrid; Spain and Portugal to make a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup.

The Football Review Episode 821

The Football Review Episode 821

The latest news and developments in European football. Carlo Ancelotti’s feelgood factor is a key to Everton’s 100 per cent start; tension is growing between PSG and manager Thomas Tuchel; Liverpool must raise its level for Merseyside derby after Aston Villa embarrassment; Barcelona’s financial problems leave Memphis Depay going nowhere.

The Football Review Episode 820

The Football Review Episode 820

The latest news and developments in European football. Eden Hazard suffers another injury setback; Ferencvaros lives the Champions League dream; Manuel Baum named new Schalke manager; Robert Lewandowski named UEFA Player of the Year; Harry Maguire gets an England recall.

The Football Review Episode 819

The Football Review Episode 819

The latest news and developments in European football. Joe Hart gets a new start at Tottenham; Manchester City spends big on defence; Napoli worried after Genoa coronavirus outbreak; Tottenham’s heavy schedule putting players at risk; Schalke and Mainz sack their managers.

The Football Review Episode 817

The Football Review Episode 817

The latest news and developments in European football. The decision to not award the 2020 Ballon d’Or has robbed Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski of a place in history; Alvaro Morata’s move to Juventus opens the way for Luis Suarez to join Atletico Madrid; Pep Guardiola wants a contract extension at Manchester City.

The Football Review Episode 815

The Football Review Episode 815

The latest news and developments in European football. Lionel Messi begins his long goodbye to Barcelona; north London abuzz as Tottenham tries to sign Gareth Bale and Arsenal secures Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to a new deal; West Ham’s next six games could shape David Moyes’ future.

The Football Review Episode 814

The Football Review Episode 814

The latest news and developments in European football. James Rodriguez wants to win at Everton; Real Madrid still has work to do with Operation Exit; Lionel Messi returns as captain; Newcastle may try to revive Saudi sale; Jose Mourinho wants more firepower for Tottenham

The Football Review Episode 814 Shortform 3

The Football Review Episode 814 Shortform 3

As Manchester City aimed for the rare feat of a third straight Premier League title during the 2019-20 season, the team fell well below its usual standards. But while the team might have experienced a collective drop in standards, the same could not be said of Kevin de Bruyne, named PFA Player of the Year.

The Football Review Episode 814 Shortform 1

The Football Review Episode 814 Shortform 1

All managers and players say they want to win. They say they want to win trophies and have success, because the fans and the club deserve it. A lot of the time, it is simply playing the song the crowd wants to hear. But to hear James Rordriguez declare his desire to win a trophy with Everton, is to note sincerity in his words.

The Football Review Episode 814 Shortform 2

The Football Review Episode 814 Shortform 2

A late-career experience in Spain did not start well for Shinji Okazaki, but it ended well with promotion from Liga Segunda with Huesca. Yet there was rarely time to relax for Okazaki, believing throughout the promotion campaign his career was on the line.