Manchester United Weekly Podcast

By Harry Robinson & Jack Tait

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Cairn West
 Jul 9, 2020
One of the best Man United podcasts. No over reaction, just an indepth conversation about happenings at United. Really level headed and enjoyable. Give updates on women's team and youth which is really nice.

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The original half-hour Manchester United podcast, now released every Tuesday and Friday morning for the 2022/23 season, featuring pre- and post-match analysis, detailed. andinsightful youth, loan and United Women round-ups. Previous guests have ranged from coaches and players to journalists, authors and fans, and include Michael Carrick, Mike Phelan, Andy Mitten, Simon Peach and Paul HIrst.


Founded in January 2016, the Manchester United Weekly Podcast has for seven seasons delivered waffle-free analysis from two lifelong Reds.


What you can expect:


Tuesday show: Weekend match analysis, youth & loan round-up, 'guess the player' and exciting guests.


Friday show: Mid-week match analysis live from the ground, big picture discussion with guests, Patreon phone-ins, weekend match preview and an extensive United Women round-up with journalists.

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Episode Date
S8 E14: Man City (a)
38:31

What is it about October? The ghouls come out to play again as Manchester United are beaten 6-3 in the derby. In 2020, it was 6-1 to Tottenham, in 2021, 5-0 to Liverpool and in 2022, this. Can we skip it this time next year? In the end, three second-half goals, a stunner from Antony and a double off the bench from Anthony Martial, reduced the humiliation of this particular Etihad trip. But only a little.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review that match, analysing where Erik ten Hag got it wrong in how United set up, but also how the players let themselves and the club down again. Later in the show, there's your regular youth, loan and women's round-up, plus a preview of Thursday's trip to Nicosia.

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Oct 04, 2022
S8 E13: Man City (a) preview
37:42

September draws to a close and here comes October 2022, genuinely one of the busiest months in the 120-year history of Manchester United. Nine games to come in the Premier League, UEFA Europa League and EFL Cup. First up, Manchester City at the Etihad in the 2pm Sunday kick-off.


Today on the show, we’re previewing Sunday’s match against City with the significant helping hand of Michael Plant, journalist at Manchester World who covers the clubs from both M16 and M11.


Michael will give us his insight into how Erik ten Hag’s first few months at United have progressed and tell us whether he’s seen any teams this season manage to nullify Erling Haaland, who has monstrously racked up the goals for our local rivals so far.


Later in the show, Harry Robinson is joined as always by cohost Jack Tait to talk about the game in further detail as we decide on our starting XIs, tactics and look ahead to this nine-game month of October. There’ll also be a youth and women’s round-up midway through the show. Enjoy!

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Sep 30, 2022
S8 E12: Moldova and Patreon mailbag
1:12:01

With two Premier League postponements for Manchester United's game, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Take the opportunity to answer questions from the show's patrons.


Before diving into some fascinating subjects, Harry talks about his time in Chisinau, Moldova with a bit of reaction to the unspectacular but important win over FC Sheriff at the Zimbru Stadium. There are details of Moldovan ultras, a Napoli-supporting hostel owner, a massive wine cellar and loads more.


To see which questions we're answering, and head straight to the ones you're most interested in, check out the timestamps below.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

01:00 Jadon Sancho’s good finish and other quick takeaways

03:20 Lisandro Martinez’s AR-GEN-TINA chant and the background to his surprise about it

07:30 Harry’s experience in Moldova: The food, culture, history, language, the people, the wine, its relationship with Russia and the EU, what the stadium was like and the atmosphere, and plenty more!

18:00 Patreon mailbag

18:05 Korey Lennox: “Not sure if you’ve recorded yet or not. But, if you haven’t, would you mind talking about when and why you fell in love with United? I grew up in Virginia just outside of Washington DC. I’m 31, so when I was growing up, I remember seeing King Eric and his popped collar when I was 5 or 6 years old. That was it for me. I thought it was the coolest thing and I never looked back.”

28:30 United Women’s opening WSL game of the season: 4-0 win over Reading - and how does WSL grow without getting the bad parts of the Premier League?

35:20 The big question of the episode, from Patreon, Dio Turner: “Marcus Rashford is playing well but I miss the days when he'd frequently dribble past defenders. Now he seems less likely to try to dribble past defenders or he'll get dispossessed if he tries. What do you two think happened to his slalom runs through defences?”

51:40 Youth and loan round-up (U21s, U18s, Matej Kovar and Ethan Laird)

53:30 Patron questions - Ethan: “Haven’t got anything huge to ask, which I suppose is a good sign as the squad seems pretty settled at the minute, did just wanna ask about De Gea retaining his place on Thursday, any theories as to why that could be? Would be slightly confused if he starts again against Sheriff considering we’ve just loaned in a very capable deputy.”

55:10 Korey Lennox: “I’m back again 🤣 Thoughts/feelings that Greenwood might return to the squad? Not sure how to feel about it.”

56:30 Ted Popham: “With all the VAR issues, especially the clear and obvious debate. Do you think a 3 appeals per half system like American football or a rugby specific conversation with ref and video ref (i.e is there any reason I can/cannot award the try) would work better? Or a different method?”

1:09:50 Outro and information on signing up to be a Patron!

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Sep 18, 2022
S8 E11: Real Sociedad (H)
42:11

Hosts Jack Tait and Harry Robinson review United's 1-0 defeat to Real Sociedad in their Europa League opener played under a strange atmosphere after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Jack and Harry give their thoughts on the game including the roles of Eriksen and Fred, Ronaldo and Casemiro's poor performances, the importance of Martinez, and the growth of Malacia and Dalot.


After the review of the game, Harry Robinson sits down to interview Andy Slater, creator of the only United Women fanzine the Barmy Article, to preview the new season for the United Women team.

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Sep 09, 2022
S8 E10: Arsenal (h)
36:31

Manchester United showed ruthless precision in a fixture once famous for its intensity but that for many years had declined into irrelevance. Sunday saw a 3-1 victory over Arsenal thanks to a double from Marcus Rashford, following up on his goal against Liverpool. The atmosphere at Old Trafford, primarily due to those two games, but also two wins on the road, has changed enormously. The team and the mood is unrecognisable. Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review that home win over the league leaders, give you an extensive youth and loan round-up and preview Thursday night’s match against Real Sociedad.


In the Patreon bonus Q&A, we’ll be talking Sancho and Rashford’s chances of going to the World Cup, the chance of Maguire getting back into the team, Ronaldo starting in the Europa League, Ivan Toney and plenty more.

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Sep 05, 2022
S8 E9: Leicester (A)
44:00

Three wins on the bounce for Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United and 20th place seems a far-off place now. The Reds are in fifth, which matters very little - it’s only just turned from August to September. What matters are performances, good results and the mood. That mood is good.


Join Harry Robinson and Jack Tait on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast for an immediate post-match review of United’s 1-0 win against Leicester - achieved thanks to Jadon Sancho’s first-half goal - followed by a discussion with Mirror Football’s Nathan Ridley on the U21s EFL Trophy victory at Carlisle. And finally, we discuss our latest signing, Antony, in a little more detail, before previewing Sunday's match against Arsenal where the 22-year-old Brazilian winger could make his debut.


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Sep 01, 2022
S8 E8: Southampton (a)
41:50

Manchester United win consecutive games for the first time since February and it's a first away clean sheet in nine months. That says more about the dreadfulness of the past than the positivity of the present, but it's notable nevertheless.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect on a 1-0 victory at Southampton's St. Mary's stadium on Saturday lunchtime, focusing on a compact defence, a goal that highlights the style Erik ten Hag wants to implement, Casemiro's debut, a half-time tactical change and lots more.


Harry and Jack also talk about the imminent arrival of Brazilian winger Antony to the club, the UEFA Europa League draw, Hannibal's loan to Birmingham City and Thursday night's match against Leicester City. Enjoy the show!


In the bonus Q&A for Patrons, it's more detailed talk about Antony, the Europa League and whether goalkeepers should wear caps and short sleeves or stick to traditions.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Intro

00:50 1-0 v Southampton - the importance of the result

03:50 Analysing Bruno’s goal

08:20 Ten Hag’s half-time change

09:45 The reaction to going ahead and a lack of conviction

14:55 The impressive defence

16:00 Can Maguire and Shaw get back into the side?

20:00 Transfers: no more midfielders and Antony’s imminent arrival

28:30 Links to Napoli’s Victor Osimhen

31:10 Youth and loan round-up

32:00 Hannibal’s move to Birmingham

33:45 UEFA Europa League draw

36:30 Leicester (a) preview (and first impressions on Casemiro)

40:30 Outro

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Aug 29, 2022
S8 E7: Liverpool (H)
49:03

After a momentous and quite unbelievable victory against Liverpool, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait revel in this brilliant, brilliant win.


They review United's 2-1 victory against Liverpool at a properly raucous, baying Old Trafford. They talk about that wild atmosphere, Erik ten Hag’s tactics and set-up, changes to De Gea’s role, a renewed and revitalised back four, the energy and spirit showed by a set of players some of whom seemed destined for the scrap pile. They then talk about what this really means: how replicable is this performance going forward? How does Casemiro come into this? Do Maguire and Ronaldo regain their places, and if so when?


In the middle of the show Harry gives you a youth, loan and women’s round-up as the conquering Lionesses return to the club for pre-season games against PSG and Bayern Munich and the U18s kick off their season. And then there's a preview of the Saturday lunchtime match against Southampton. Enjoy the show!


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

01:45 The atmosphere and emotion of victory

05:50 How United’s intense start encouraged the atmosphere

09:45 Ten Hag’s changes (Varane and Malacia)

14:05 How United played in possession, compared to Brentford and Brighton

20:50 Analysing Ten Hag’s inspired half-time change

23:55 How the first goal showed Martinez’s importance

27:20 The quality of the two finishes by Sancho and Rashford

29:45 What is the significance of this result beyond euphoria and confidence? Does Ten Hag retain this pragmatism or go back to building on his principles?

37:05 Youth, loan and women’s round-up

39:10 Southampton preview, does Ten Hag revert to emphasising building from deep, does Casemiro start and who else is in midfield?

43:10 Choosing the forwards v Southampton + Ronaldo’s future

46:50 Casemiro x Keane

48:00 Outro

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Aug 23, 2022
S8 E6: Casemiro, Ratcliffe and Liverpool
36:38

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss what appears to be the imminent arrival of five-time UEFA Champions League-winning midfielder Casemiro. Have United got one of Europe’s very best midfielders, or is it another signing made too late, or is this a completely befuddling mix of both the excellent and a potential regret?


They talk about rumours on a potential investor to the club in Sir Jim Ratcliffe and what it means to the Glazer family’s ownership. Finally, a preview of Monday’s match against Liverpool.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

00:45 Casemiro - the player, his qualities, reputation and character

08:40 Real Madrid's attitude to his departure

12:25 The concerns: where was this money before, age and process

21:20 Rating the potential signing out of 10

22:30 Sir Jim Ratcliffe's interest in buying MUFC

31:30 Preview: Liverpool (H)

35:50 Outro

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Aug 19, 2022
S8 E5: Stung by the Bees
44:25

Host Jack Tait and guest Cain Smith review Manchester United's second defeat in a row, a 4-0 hammering by Brentford.


Starting with the major tactical decisions with the game, Jack and Cain discuss United's inability to play under pressure, De Gea's situation as symptomatic of everything wrong at United, before looking at what this poor start means going forward. We also look ahead to next week's clash with Liverpool.


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TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

01:05 Harry gives his thoughts

06:20 How United set up vs Brentford

10:38 Brentford's press and how United could have dealt with it

15:20 How do United get the best out of Sancho?

20:27 De Gea: a symbol of where United have gone wrong

26:17 What do we need in the last two weeks of the transfer window?

29:35 Tactically, where does Ten Hag from here?

34:52 Youth and loan round-up

36:45 Liverpool preview

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Aug 16, 2022
S8 E4: Brighton (H)
41:16

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review Manchester United's opening day defeat in the Premier League.


First dissecting the performance against Brighton, Erik Ten Hag's tactics and both goals conceded, the episode then moves on to discuss United's transfer activity.


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TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

00:30 Groundhog day at Old Trafford

02:30 Dissecting Ten Hag's tactics - McTominay and Fernandes in the 1920s 'inside forward' role, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford's isolation and other lessons from the first half

12:10 McTominay's selection over Van de Beek

13:00 Individual mistakes in conceded goals (Fred's eight seconds without focus)

16:30 Second half changes (plus Martinez + Maguire's partnership)

21:45 The real cause of defeat - the owners and the transfer market failure (and similarities to Arsenal, in the ground, on the pitch and in the upper echelons)

30:20 Links to Arnautovic and Rabiot and what they say about United's recruitment department and budget

37:00 Youth and loan round-up

38:23 Quick Brentford (a) preview

39:50 Outro (including FPL code)


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Aug 09, 2022
S8 E3: Season preview, pt.2
59:23

In Part Two of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast’s season preview, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait first reflect on a magical Wembley night for England’s Lionesses. United’s Ella Toone scored a stunning goal in 2-1 European Championship final victory over Germany. Alessia Russo and Mary Earps also made key contributions.


We review a double game weekend as United took on Atletico Madrid and Rayo Vallecano in Oslo and Manchester respectively. We’ll talk about the performances of new signings Lisandro Martinez and Christian Eriksen, an exciting display from Alejandro Garnacho. We’ll talk about Cristiano Ronaldo, about Erik ten Hag’s use of the full-backs, about how the defensive structure has altered so far. And we’ll talk about United’s first game of the season, against Brighton, at Old Trafford, Sunday 7 August at 2pm UK time.


In our bonus Patreon Q&A - included in the normal show this week as a taster - we discuss Frenkie de Jong's potential transfer in more detail and consider a fascinating question on Sarina Weigman v Gareth Southgate.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Patreon notice

00:45 Introduction

01:30 England Lionesses - European champions!

12:30 United v Rayo Vallecano - Garnacho’s exciting display

16:20 Eriksen v Van de Beek

18:30 Playing out from the back v Atleti

23:15 Inverted full-backs

25:10 Attacking full-backs with Ten Hag

27:00 Lack of squad depth

29:00 What to do with Ronaldo?

32:15 Quick-fire questions (league winners, where will United finish, who will be top goalscorer, will United win a trophy etc.)

34:00 United at SuperCupNI (formerly known as the Milk Cup)

34:40 Excitement for the new season

38:00 FPL details

38:30 Outro

Bonus Q&A

40:50 Frenkie de Jong

49:00 “Is the difference between Sarina Wiegman and Southgate that Wiegman sets her team up to maximize its strengths while Southgate doesn’t? Both have a wealth of attacking talent but only Wiegman seems to try to use it to win games as opposed to not losing them.”

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Aug 01, 2022
S8 E2: Season Preview, pt.1
37:14

The first part of our season preview, looking at Manchester United's Tour to Thailand and Australia, how Erik Ten Hag managed expectations, controversy and returning players, and plenty more.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

01:00 England Women & Alessia Russo's outrageous goal

07:00 Run through of United’s pre-season results

10:50 The ridiculous concept of Tour and how new players deal with it

14:30 How Ten Hag managed his first Tour, the media and added discipline

22:00 The front three: Rashford, Martial, Sancho

29:20 Fitness: Ten Hag’s insistence on a double-friendly weekend

32:12 The underlying issues - Ronaldo and De Jong

36:30 Outro

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Jul 28, 2022
S8 E1: Transfers
41:46

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait return for the 2022/23 season, discussing Manchester United's three signings: Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez and Christian Eriksen.


There's also an update on the podcast's new format for the season, a quick summary of the confusion around Cristiano Ronaldo and Frenkie de Jong, and a round-up of the latest news around the club's Academy over summer.


PS: Jack's audio file corrupted slightly post-recording, so apologies for the less-than-ideal sound in bits of this episode. We're not quite sure what happened, it's not happened before and won't happen again, but hopefully you can enjoy the episode nevertheless.

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Jul 26, 2022
S7 E38: Season Review - Manchester United 2021/22 (Part Two)
45:18
It’s time for the Manchester United Weekly Podcast’s season review of 2021/22. In part two, we look ahead to the era of Erik. We’ll consider what needs to be done with regards to recruitment, character, squad harmony, club structure, ownership, captaincy, goalkeeper, midfield, defence, attack, transfers, transfers and transfers again. We look at how our loanees fared away from United and what the year was like for our Academy. And we’ll answer some questions from the Patreons who have supported the show all throughout the season, for which we are very grateful.

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Jun 10, 2022
S7 E37: Season Review - Manchester United 2021/22 (Part One)
1:02:37

It’s time for the Manchester United Weekly Podcast’s season review of 2021/22. In this two-parter, we’ll first be looking back at the campaign just gone, our favourite moments - and there were some - goals and players. We’ll consider, with a bit of hindsight, where it went wrong for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and then where it went wrong for his interim successor Ralf Rangnick. We’ll compare the 21/22 defence to that of the season before, and the same for the attack, considering how the team’s style changed under Ole and then Ralf, and we’ll talk about a flurry of departures.


Note: We ran out of time to really dive into how much we love Juan Mata. What a great man. He will be missed in Manchester and at Manchester United.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Intro

01:00 Favourite moments of the season (yes, there are some)

07:00 This season v the Moyes era (a miserable question to ask)

10:20 Worst moments of the season

14:10 Goal of the Season

16:10 Player of the Season

18:25 Where did it go wrong for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?

26:40 Where it go wrong for Ralf Rangnick?

34:00 Reviewing the defence - in comparison to 2020/21 - including set pieces and a new high-line

43:00 Reviewing the attack - in comparison to 2020/21 - including left-sided dominance

50:30 McTominay’s development (or lack thereof)

52:45 David De Gea

56:00 Departing players (with a primary focus on Pogba)

1:01:30 Outro

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Jun 09, 2022
S7 E36: Quick reflections from Selhurst
12:56
Harry Robinson reflects quickly from Selhurst Park on Manchester United's 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace that concludes a terrible season for the club.

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May 22, 2022
S7 E35: Eleven Youth Cups, Ten (Erik) Hags + Palace (a)
28:56
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss FA Youth Cup glory, a magical Old Trafford night, Erik ten Hag's pre-start to life as MUFC manager and Crystal Palace away.

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May 16, 2022
S7 E34: FA Youth Cup final preview
29:17

Harry Robinson takes you through a full FA Youth Cup final preview, from the history of the competition, United's 10 past victories, the make-up of this squad, what the players like behind the scenes, the staff working with this group and plenty more. He also answers questions from Patrons on the Academy and loans.


Regular co-host Jack Tait is away this week and no one wanted to talk about Saturday's game (or presumably listen too) so we're skipping over that... for now. We'll come back to more depressing first team matters soon, but for now, here's to supporting the young Reds!

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May 09, 2022
S7 E33: Apologetic
39:37
Scott McTominay apologised to Manchester United's travelling support at the Emirates. And too right. United were rubbish again and lost. The second half performance was one of the better showings of recent weeks, but that's more down to how bad the team has been in other games. United lost 3-1 and look set for the Europa Conference League. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect on all that, the debut of a referee's microphone in the WSL and give a youth, loan and women's round-up with news of a Monaco trip for the U23s, four clean sheets in a row for one young 'keeper and further Champions League disappointment for Marc Skinner's team.

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Apr 25, 2022
S7 E33: Apologetic
39:37
Scott McTominay apologised to Manchester United's travelling support at the Emirates. And too right. United were rubbish again and lost. The second half performance was one of the better showings of recent weeks, but that's more down to how bad the team has been in other games. United lost 3-1 and look set for the Europa Conference League. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect on all that, the debut of a referee's microphone in the WSL and give a youth, loan and women's round-up with news of a Monaco trip for the U23s, four clean sheets in a row for one young 'keeper and further Champions League disappointment for Marc Skinner's team.

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Apr 25, 2022
S7 E32: Erik ten Hag
33:29
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to the announcement of Erik ten Hag as Manchester United manager, discussing what the Dutchman's main priorities will be after taking the job, from personality to recruitment to captains and club strategy.

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Apr 21, 2022
S7 E31: Anfield disgrace
41:43

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect on an embarrassment for Manchester United at Anfield. First, Harry talks about the game from a sunny Liverpool and Anfield. If you want to skip straight to the normal analysis, head to 09:00 (10:00 with ads).


After talking Anfield, they answer the following Patreon questions:


Reed Blazer

With the number of players that look set to leave this summer, it seems like we may need to rely on some academy players playing a role in the first team.

Which players do you think have the best chance of breaking into the first team next season? The two that I would like to see are Hannibal and Laird, possibly Garner as well.

Korey Lennox

Don’t really want to speak about the match if I’m honest. Reports are coming in of a “revolution” this summer. Could be 6 to TEN new players coming in. How realistic do you think this is and anyone, in particular, you’d like it to be?

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Apr 20, 2022
S7 E30: Hot cross buns
34:54

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about a variety of things, from hot cross buns to bored and apathetic Reds. They discuss the team's defeat to Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday last, the mentality of the squad and plenty more.


In the Patreon bonus Q&A, they decide whether Harry Maguire should be removed as captain and who should replace him (from De Gea to McTominay to Shaw to Rice to Kane...) and plenty else, too. To sign up to be a Patreon, head here.

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Apr 11, 2022
S7 E29: Apathy
34:49

United are seventh. It's not good, but there is a general feeling of apathy over anger. What a damning inditement of the way the club is run.

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss that particular theme but also speak about Fred, Rangnick's pointed post-match comments and preview Saturday's match against Everton. They also discuss the World Cup draw, a win for United Women against Brighton and the sad news that former manager Louis van Gaal is suffering from prostate cancer.

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Apr 04, 2022
S7 E28: Reflections (and bonus Q&A)
1:10:01

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait look ahead to the rest of the season.


We’re talking about the international break, the feelings of apathy towards the team right now, a look at games v Spurs and Atleti many weeks on, Old Trafford redevelopment plans, United Women playing at Old Trafford, an FA Youth Cup final to come and Saturday’s game against Leicester.


In our Patreon bonus Q&A - available for free to all listeners this week - we’ll talk about Van Gaal’s comments on United, Luis Enrique as a candidate for manager, copying Arsenal, and the future of the striking position at MUFC.

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Mar 30, 2022
S7 E27: (Another) derby defeat
41:28

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to another Manchester derby defeat, and another in which Manchester United appeared to simply give up by the end.


They talk Roy Keane's comments on the lack of effort, Ralf Rangnick's tactics, Jadon Sancho's goal, what comes next and plenty more.


There's an extensive youth, loan, and women's round-up in the middle of the show before a preview of Saturday's match against Tottenham.

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Mar 08, 2022
S7 E26: Blunt Reds go to City
44:47

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait briefly look back at Saturday's frustrating 0-0 draw against Watford at Old Trafford before deciding February's Player of the Month and then looking in detail at the possible tactical approaches that could take down City in Sunday's Manchester derby.


In the middle of the show, we bring you our regular, extensive youth, loan, and women's round-up, before we look back at City's seven defeats this season to learn lessons from Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.


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TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Intro and review of Watford draw

11:00 Cristiano Ronaldo's poor goalscoring form

15:20 Player of the Month

17:00 Youth, loan, and women's round-up

19:50 Man City preview

43:00 Outro

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Mar 01, 2022
S7 E25: Leeds (a)
25:00
That will do! Instant reaction from hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait on a brilliant away win for Manchester United at Elland Road.

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Feb 20, 2022
S7 E24: Jekyll and Hyde
39:00

Ralf Rangnick referenced Jekyll and Hyde in his post-match press conference after Manchester United beat Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0. The win puts United into fourth in the Premier League despite repeated slip-ups, most recently against Burnley and then Southampton.

There are clearly positive signs, but also some concerns. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait go through them all, talking about the games against Brighton and Southampton, Sancho, Ronaldo, work rate, Varane's underrated influence and plenty more.

There's a youth, loan and women's round-up and a preview of Sunday's game away at Leeds.

Patrons hear thoughts on the future of United's striking department and a bit on VAR/timewasting. To sign up to get access to our bonus Q&As, head here.

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Feb 16, 2022
S7 E23: 70 shots, three goals
36:01

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are heartened by the chance creation of this Manchester United side under Ralf Rangnick but frustrated by an FA Cup defeat on penalties to Middlesbrough and a draw away to Premier League bottom-feeders Burnley.

The Reds should have won both games comfortably, but couldn't finish chances and suffered a couple of tight refereeing decisions.

They talk about Jadon Sancho's exciting wing performances and plenty more.

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Feb 09, 2022
S7 E22: Last-minute joy
41:42

This was a three-course meal. The goal, the VAR confirmation of it and the full-time whistle. A meal wolfed down in utter delirium. Experiencing pure, unbridled joy. There is nothing like that. Proper last-minute goal, football joy.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait revel in that joy, and talk about a good week for the club, looking specifically at the midfield and about how United's attack can improve over the next couple of weeks. There's a youth, loan and women's round-up, too.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

01:10 How good was that?

07:15 Rashford's record winners

09:00 The significance of this week

18:00 Dissecting the new midfield

27:00 The display against West Ham, controlled or blunt in attack?

34:30 Youth, loan and women's round-up

37:30 Anthony Elanga - he's great

40:30 Outro

41:30 Patreon Q&A! (for Patrons)

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Jan 24, 2022
S7 E21: Plenty of good
41:40

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review a 2-2 draw against Aston Villa in which Manchester United started very promisingly, taking an early lead and retaining possession well. In the end, two late goals from Villa made it a dispiriting draw rather than a hope-inducing win. However, there were plenty of positives: a compact team shape, some good chances created, plenty of control. There's also a youth, loan and women's round-up and previews of games against West Ham and Brentford.

Plus, we answer Patron questions in a bonus Q&A, talking players to be sold, tactics and Rangnick's future role.

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Jan 17, 2022
S7 E20: A double portion of Aston Villa
43:36

Two in a row, against Aston Villa. We've won the first one, although hardly convincingly, and so Man Utd are through to the FA Cup Fourth Round, where we'll face Middlesbrough at home.


Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about a game we won - which we should be happy about - but where there were many issues to dissect. First looking at the problems out of possession, they then look at where the team is going wrong with the ball, honing in on the poor form of Marcus Rashford and why the English forward is struggling at the moment. They also discuss Rangnick's formations and in the bonus Q&A for Patrons, talk about Dean Henderson's desire to leave the club, Paul Pogba's absence and several other things. Enjoy the show!

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Jan 12, 2022
S7 E19: (Not so) Happy New Year
44:07

Happy New Year, everyone! It's not such a happy new year for Manchester United, who begin 2022 with a toothless and dispiriting home defeat to Wolves.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk you through it and look at the upcoming weeks for interim manager Ralf Rangnick, discussing the merits of various formations, the strange attitude shown by the squad on the pitch and the interesting comments of players and managers in the last few weeks.


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Jan 04, 2022
S7 E18: Christmas Press-ents
32:09

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about Ralf Rangnick's first game in charge of Manchester United, how the team looked different to before (with an emphasis on pressing) and much more, including Michael Carrick's departure from the club and Rangnick's first media appearances, plus they preview Wednesday's UEFA Champions League match against Young Boys.

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Dec 06, 2021
S7 E17: Welcome, Ralf
40:13

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about Manchester United's new interim manager, Ralf Rangnick. They look back at games against Villarreal and Chelsea under the caretaker management of Michael Carrick and consider the future for this United side under Rangnick, what his appointment means for the club and for individual players.


There's also a brief preview of Thursday's match against Arsenal.


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Nov 29, 2021
S7 E16: Farewell, Ole♥️
34:04
It's been quite the ride. Thanks, Ole, for all the memories.

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Nov 22, 2021
S7 E15: Mailbag
48:15
Harry Robinson and Jack Tait answer questions from Patrons, including on Ole's future decisions, the defensive struggles, a schoolyard pick-up style game between teams in 1999 and 2008 and picking the best team in the world.

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Nov 16, 2021
S7 E14: What next?
44:29
Well, you know what we're going to talk about it. An utterly dominant City walk to victory at Old Trafford. They hardly had to try. United are in a rapid downward spiral but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer retains the (unspoken) support of the board. Is that right? What can he do to change things? Where does the fault lie? Those and many other questions are answered by hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait. Plus you've got analogies on steam trains and combine harvesters. What else could you want? Well, maybe a United win...

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Nov 08, 2021
S7 E13: Ronaldo's best
43:34

Controlled and accomplished at Spurs, out of control and needing another couple of magical moments of brilliance from our Portuguese duo. Another chaotic week at Man Utd, questions answered, critics quietened on Saturday, questions posed and critics proven right on Tuesday.

We delayed recording last week to let things develop after the catastrophic result against Liverpool and did so again this week to see whether Saturday’s win at Spurs was indicative of improvement or a one-off or a bit of both. The answer is the latter, it seems.

There’s now the small matter of a Manchester Derby. Saturday lunchtime. We’ll preview that and then answer Patron questions in our bonus Q&A.

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Nov 03, 2021
S7 E12: Writing on the wall
39:28
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a humiliating defeat at home to Liverpool and discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future.

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Oct 27, 2021
S7 E11: A defining week approaches
46:52

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to the latest week at Manchester United.


First considering whether this is the beginning of the end for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager, the pair look back at an amateurish performance in defeat to Leicester City on Saturday, consider what Ole needs to do to turn it around at United and what the right thing is going forward for the club. They look at Cristiano Ronaldo's form and how to get the best out of him and preview games against Atalanta and Liverpool.


In the middle of the show, Harry is joined by Jonathan Grade, a television producer who worked on the Football Italia show on Channel 4 in the 1990s. He's the author of a recent book on the famous show, which had a cult-following. The book is called Golazzo. He gives the lowdown on what Wednesday's opponents Atalanta are about.


Patrons get their usual bonus Q&A with a discussion on whether Pogba should be given a new contract, Ronaldo's role at the club, what is make or break for Ole and the club's plans going forward.

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Oct 18, 2021
S7 E10: International break musings
50:18

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are joined by guest Cain Smith to talk Jesse Lingard, United's weakness in defensive transitions and Paul Pogba's role in the team as the team take an opportunity to talk some fresh topics during the international break.


Harry and Jack also discuss the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle United, Ethan Laird, what we want to see before the next international break (in November) and plenty more.


Here's where to find each section; feel free to skip ahead to the bits you most want to listen to.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction + UEFA Nations League

01:20 Ronaldo, with Cain Smith

02:15 Jesse Lingard, with Cain Smith, and how his inclusion in the team vs Donny van de Beek speaks volumes

11:30 Defensive transitions - why is it a weakness and what is the solution?

20:20 Can Pogba play in a two-man midfield? (Question from Patron, Dave Shevlin)

26:30 Ethan Laird - can he come back next season and replace Diogo Dalot? (Another question from Dave)

30:10 The Newcastle takeover (question from Arman Duggal)

42:00 United Women

42:50 What do we want from United over the next four weeks?

47:10 FPL update

49:10 Outro


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Oct 11, 2021
S7 E9: On the precipice
42:53

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review Manchester United's latest two games, a late win against Villarreal and a disappointing draw against injury-stricken Everton. There are so many questions to be asked as the tide turns on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Is it right to? The two Reds decide, offer their opinion on what should happen next and consider why United can look so poor with so many good players.


In the Patreon bonus Q&A, they talk about Greenwood's lack of England call-up, Ole as Director of Football and why Mario Kart's Rainbow Road track is the metaphor for this current United team. You can listen to that by signing up to be a Patron at www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod

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Oct 04, 2021
S7 E8: Immaturity at home
40:09

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect a double dose of defeat in a poor week for Manchester United as the Reds were knocked out of the EFL Cup by West Ham and suffered home defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League.

They talk through the loss against Aston Villa, the persistent inconsistency at United and how the team are still reliant on fine margins. Unfortunately, much of the questions being asked last season are still being asked this week.

There's also discussion of Mason Greenwood's performances this week as well as Diogo Dalot's, that of the two goalkeepers, Messrs. Henderson and De Gea, and Jadon Sancho. Plus plenty more - it really is a jampacked episode!

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Sep 27, 2021
S7 E7: Redemption Song
41:09

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a week of ups and downs for Manchester United and most pertinently for Jesse Lingard who gifted Young Boys victory in Switzerland on Tuesday but then scored a fantastic winner in London on Sunday. David de Gea was also a late hero with a great last-minute penalty save.


There's plenty to talk through, including some interesting conversation on substitutes coaches, new types of warm-ups and plenty more. There's also a preview of Wednesday night's League Cup 3rd round fixture against West Ham.


TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction

00:50 De Gea, the full-time scenes + Ole's cultivation of togetherness

08:15 Noble's penalty + why do subs warm up so weirdly?

13:30 Jesse Lingard

15:28 Substitutions (+ the arrival of substitutions coaches)

18:00 The performance in general + Utd's unbeaten run (why are there still questions about it?)

26:30 The refereeing controversy

31:00 Wrapping up on the win vs West ham

32:30 West Ham (H) - Preview

40:00 Outro


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Sep 20, 2021
S7 E6: Ronaldo's goalscoring return
33:22

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to the two goals scored by Cristiano Ronaldo in Manchester United's 4-1 win against Newcastle United. They talk Ronaldo, Pogba, Fernandes, Lingard, Sancho, Greenwood and preview games against West Ham and Young Boys.

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Sep 13, 2021
S7 E5: WSL, Greenwood and Newcastle preview
50:52

It may be an international break, but there's plenty to talk about and even more to be excited about for Manchester United fans.

Hosts Harry Robinson talk about the future of international football, compare the 2009 United side to this one and look ahead to Saturday's game against Newcastle United, one of the most hotly-anticipated home fixtures for years.

Before all of that, Harry talks to Goal.com football correspondent Amee Ruszkai (@ameersuzkai on Twitter) about a winning start to the season for United Women in the Women's Super League and Cain Smith about the development of Mason Greenwood and where Cristiano Ronaldo will fit into this United side.

Feel free to skip ahead to the part you want to listen to, using the timestamps below...

TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Intro

01:22 Interview with Goal.com's Amee Ruszkai

11:10 Round-up of international Reds

11:45 Cain Smith's tactical analysis

23:20 Harry and Jack discuss the future of international football

33:30 Breakdown of 2009 UCL squad vs current

43:10 Preview: Newcastle (H)

49:50 Outro

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Sep 07, 2021
S7 E4: Ronaldo returns + Wolves (A)
36:22

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to the re-signing of Cristiano Ronaldo. Stunning. And to a less-than-stunning but very useful 1-0 win against Wolves on Sunday afternoon.


TIMESTAMPS

Here's what you can find today's episode, and where to find it (feel free to skip to the parts you want to listen to and skip through the parts you don't!):

00:00 Introduction, Ronaldo returns

23:12 Wolves, 1-1 (A)

32:55 WSL Preview

34:10 Outro


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Aug 30, 2021
S7 E3: South coast disappointment
39:47

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to the last week's going-ons at Manchester United, the main event being a disappointing 1-1 draw at Southampton. The Reds were lethargic at times, sloppy at others. Mason Greenwood and Paul Pogba continued their impressive starts to the season, though, and so the boys begin with some praise for those two before considering the causes and significance of the draw at St. Mary's and what may change going forward.

In the middle of the show, Harry gives you your monthly loan update with a focus on Tahith Chong who has started life at Birmingham City in fine form. That comes before a preview of Sunday's game against Wolves.

TIMESTAMPS

Here's what you can find today's episode, and where to find it (feel free to skip to the parts you want to listen to and skip through the parts you don't!):

00:00 Introduction

00:35 Welcome

01:00 Praise for Pogba and Greenwood + what's going on with Martial?

15:10 The midfield (sigh)

22:00 Final thoughts on Southampton (A)

26:55 Monthly loan update

31:50 Wolves (A) preview

38:00 Outro

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Aug 23, 2021
S7 E2: Ici c'est Manchester
45:08

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect on a day to be remembered long into the future, a day which saw Raphael Varane unveiled at the Theatre of Dreams and Manchester United turn dreams into reality with a 5-1 thumping of Leeds United. There's plenty to talk about.


TIMESTAMPS

Here's what you can find today's episode, and where to find it (feel free to skip to the parts you want to listen to and skip through the parts you don't!):


00:00 Introduction - the Theatre of Dreams

04:15 Welcome + what Saturday meant

09:30 Varane's unveiling

14:05 How the Premier League finally prioritised matchgoing fans again

18:00 Reviewing the Leeds game

22:30 United's movement (and Greenwood)

25:30 Paul Pogba

27:30 Bruno Fernandes

31:30 Lindelof, McTominay and Dan James

39:00 New refereeing

41:40 Southampton (A)

43:45 Outro


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(Apologies to the current leaders of our FPL league, we forgot to mention you in today's episode! We did mean to. Well done to Madison Latter, Laura Glesson and Manny Cassimatis who are leading the league at the moment. Let's see if you can keep it up...)

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Aug 16, 2021
S7 E1: Season Preview
57:41

United... we're back. We can't wait for the new season to start and we're delighted to be back on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast with a bumper one-hour special season preview.


Here's what you can find today's episode, and where to find it (feel free to skip to the parts you want to listen to and skip through the parts you don't!):


00:00 Introduction

00:40 New season montage

02:50 Review of the summer

11:25 Harry Robinson reports from United 4-0 Everton

19:15 Review of pre-season (focus on Anthony Elanga)

29:00 Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane

36:00 Expectations for the season - title or top four?

51:45 Leeds United (H) preview

56:15 Outro


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Aug 09, 2021
S6 E41: Season Review
1:04:12

Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review the 2020/21 season for Manchester United.


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A season which began and ended with disappointment, but in between came the chaos, of a football season like no other in which at times Manchester United thrived, and at other times they drooped. Chaos of a 6-1 defeat and a 9-0 victory, victory in Paris and defeat in Istanbul, a thumping of Leeds, wins at City, last-minute blocks, 40-yard lobs, Cup disappointment, penalty shoot-out despondency. And in the end, when it finally came to its conclusion after 61 games, fans had finally returned. It's been some season, a long old slog at times, welcome to our season review on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast. Thanks for joining us.


We'll be discussing the season in general, how we could rate it out of 10, what we understand Manchester United to be after another trophyless season but a second consecutive top four finish, we'll be handing out awards of best player, goals, worst moment etc. We'll remember things that happened this season that we'd forgotten, I'll give you a round-up of the seasons for the U23s and the U18s as well as the loan players in the middle of the show before we talk about next season. What do we expect from our PL rivals, what do we expect from Utd, what does Solskjaer need to do in the transfer market and what would be a good season. There's plenty to dive into.

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Jun 04, 2021
S6 E40: Europa League Final (review)
31:17

One single kick of a ball, the power to change the world. Not quite so dramatic in Gdansk, but still one single kick of the ball, by a goalkeeper of all people, had the power to change things at United. The power to make this week a special one, full of celebration for United and us as fans. It wasn't to be. The reality was win for United in a 22-penalty shoot-out and a poor performance would have been papered over. Lose and a poor performance would draw instant over-reactions from all corners. We try to steer clear of that.


We'll be reviewing the season as a whole in some detail in the next week or so, looking at the big picture, what this season really deserves in our memories, what it tells us about the future under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and we'll preview the summer, outline our thoughts on the transfer window, the young players breaking through and what the team needs. But that'll all come in a week or so, for now we just focus on the game and rather than getting caught in a roundabout of disappointment and regret, let's go through it a bit systematically, beginning with the team selection...

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May 28, 2021
S6 E39: Europa League Final (preview)
43:13

Manchester United travel to Gdansk, Poland to take on La Liga side Villarreal in the UEFA Europa League Final. It'll be a chance for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to win his first trophy as manager of the club and an opportunity for the Reds to lift major European silverware for the sixth time in the club's history. There is much to discuss.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait first talk about the significance of the before they're joined by Jamie Kemble, a British Villarreal fan who offers insight into what is a small-town club with a real family feel to it. Jamie provides some insight into Unai Emery's tactics, the Yellow Submarine's stand-out players, including Pau Torres and Gerard Moreno.


After chatting to Jamie, the boys talk about the absence of Harry Maguire, a possible 3-4-3 formation that Ole could deploy and then talk about where they'll be watching the game with tales of airport football. Enjoy the show!

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May 21, 2021
S6 E38: Fans in the stands
27:50

Three games without a win for Manchester United as the 2020/21 season begins to come to its conclusion. Second place is confirmed, a European final awaits but the true focus of this week is on the return of fans to Old Trafford after 436 days. The return of raw emotion, shared celebrations, of real football. It was amazing to be back.

Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a 1-1 draw with Fulham and look ahead to the next week.

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May 19, 2021
S6 E37: El Matador & The Apprentice
42:10
Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood. El Matador & The Apprentice. Recording just before Cavani's new contract was announced, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss the Uruguayan's brilliant recent form, how he could have been an 1800s cowboy in Uruguay as well as loads more on the 3-1 win at Aston Villa and 3-2 defeat in Italy to AS Roma. Plus there's talk about a potential 4-3-3 and your regular youth, loan and women's round-up.

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May 10, 2021
S6 E36: Fans on the pitch
39:05

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to Sunday's headline-making protest that led to the postponement of Manchester United vs Liverpool, one of English football's biggest games. Fans gathered at three locations in Manchester, two sets at Old Trafford and another at the Lowry Hotel.


They also discuss Thursday's 6-2 win against AS Roma, preview the second leg and a Premier League game against Aston Villa.


In the Patron Q&A, which you can access by signing up to become a Patron after finding details on our Twitter @UtdWeeklyPod, Harry and Jack answer questions including 'what are the top 3 things that United need to do to be a Premier League title contender next season?'

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May 03, 2021
S6 E35: Leeds, Super League, Roma
38:22

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review a 0-0 draw against Leeds, discuss the collapse of the Super League and preview Thursday night's Europa League semi-final against AS Roma.


Plus, in the middle of the show, there's your regular youth, loan and women's round-up from Harry.


In the bonus Q&A, we talk Eric Bailly, Jose Mourinho and Bruno Fernandes.

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Apr 26, 2021
S6 E34: The 'Super' League
47:59
Harry and Jack dissect the recent news, first with an accidental 10-minute monologue from Harry (feel free to skip!) and then a 20-minute discussion between them both on the 'Super' League and its significance. It's not positive!

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Apr 19, 2021
S6 E33: Resilient Reds
42:24

Has Solskjaer changed the culture at United? That's what one of our Patrons, Lars, asked this week. In Series 6 Episode 33 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait answer that question throughout while reviewing a hugely satisfying 3-1 away win against Tottenham Hotspur.


The Reds overcome 180 minutes of frustrating officiating to complete a fantastic week for the club with an away victory in Spain in the Europa League as well as that win in north London.


Harry and Jack review the two performances, discuss Cavani, Pogba, Henderson's influence and decisiveness and loads more in a packed episode of the pod.


In the middle of the show, Harry gives you your regular and extensive youth, loan and women's round-up.


Here's where you can find everything in this episode if you're short on time:


Spurs

00:45 Spurs

05:15 On mentality

06:40 On Cavani

10:35 On Dean Henderson

14:10 On Paul Pogba

18:40 On the VAR debacle

Middle of the show

23:15 Youth, loan and women's round-up

Second half of the show

24:50 Has the culture changed?

39:30 Outro and bonus Q&A

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Apr 12, 2021
S6 E32: Three academy scorers
38:16

Manchester United beat Brighton 2-1 at the weekend and all through goals were scored by graduates of the club's academy. Somehow we forgot to mention that during the episode. We also forgot to talk about Dat Guy Welbz. We don't know. To make up for it, we've mentioned it in the title and the description of the show. Sorry Danny, we still love you! (And Marcus and Mason too, both great finishes!)


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait do talk about loads of other stuff, including Wan-Bissaka, Greenwood's development, United's tempo, van de Beek's movement, Cavani's future and Harry gives you an update on the women's team's progress as well as James Garner who has now scored in consecutive games for Nottingham Forest.

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Apr 05, 2021
S6 E31: A tired compilation of errors (+free bonus Q&A)
55:26

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review Manchester United's 3-1 FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

It was an opportunity to follow up an impressive Europa League win in Milan with further Cup progress but it was not an opportunity that United took.

Harry gives you the lowdown on the U23s, U18s, women's team and loanees as Garner captains Forest, Stoney rues defeat to Arsenal and Galbraith is sent off.

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Mar 22, 2021
S6 E30: Seeing off the challengers... just
31:40

Manchester United are stuttering through the months of February and March but moved back into the Premier League's top 2 with a 1-0 home win vs West Ham that followed a gutting late draw with AC Milan at home.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review those two games, look ahead to the second leg against Milan and provide your regular, extensive youth, loan and women's round-up in the middle of the show.

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Mar 15, 2021
S6 E29: An a-shaw-ed derby victory
41:38

Manchester United followed up a dreary Wednesday night in South London with a firey start away to rivals Manchester City. Bruno Fernandes put United in front after 2 minutes and the Reds followed it up in the second half with a wonderful goal from Luke Shaw, the club's best player of 2021 and perhaps one of the league's best too. As the sun set on Manchester on Sunday night, the city was red, for a time at least. City are still top of the league, and by some distance, but derby victory provides a boost for confidence, for momentum and for morale going into a tough run of fixtures for a United side who had struggled to create before this 2-0 win at the Etihad.

This week on the Manchester United Weekly Podcas with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait, we're reviewing games against City and Palace, discussing the wider context of the recent happenings at United and providing you with an extensive youth, loan and women's round-up. Casey Stoney's side won 3-0 and James Garner received high praise from Chris Hughton. At the end of the show, we looked ahead to games against AC Milan and West Ham before Patrons get a bonus Q&A after we wrap things up in which we'll talk Ole's tactics, Varane and more. If you want to hear that every week, go to our Twitter @UtdWeeklyPod and follow the instructions there on how to sign up.

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Mar 08, 2021
S6 E28: A week of 0-0s
44:17

Manchester United are held by Real Sociedad but progress in the Europa League with a tasty tie against AC Milan to follow and then fail to score against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. That result leaves United second in the Premier League and looking down rather than up, one point ahead of Leicester, four ahead of West Ham and six ahead of Chelsea. It's a decent position but it feels like yet another missed opportunity and yet another underwhelming game from a United who have rarely impressed since the turn of the year.

In this episode of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast, Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review the Chelsea game, provide you with your regular youth, loan and women's round-up and look ahead to games against Crystal Palace and Manchester City.

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Feb 28, 2021
Walking to Old Trafford
13:30
Pre-match thoughts from Harry Robinson, walking to Old Trafford along the Bridgewater Canal. Harry will be recording an episode from Old Trafford about Manchester United's game against Real Sociedad. It will be for Patron's only. To sign up and become a Patron of the podcast and hear the full episode, go to www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod

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Feb 25, 2021
S6 E27: A good week
35:24

As we're teased with the end of lockdown 3 in Britain, Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continue to provide wins to help with the mood. One of those wins was an excellent dispatching of good Spanish side Real Sociedad, played in Turin in the UEFA Europa League. The second was less convincing but no less important, a 3-1 victory against Newcastle which puts United in a great position in the Premier League.

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are talking both of those games and previewing the second leg against Real Sociedad. As always, there's you extensive youth loan and women's round-up in the middle of the show where Harry talks Isak Hansen-Aaroen, loan moves aplenty and more.

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Feb 22, 2021
S6 E26: The Midlands Inquisition
39:56

It's a slog of a season. Game after game. After the woeful start in September and October, Manchester United grew to be excellent at winning against the 'bottom 14'. Not anymore. A 1-1 draw to West Brom follows shock defeat to Sheffield United and a draw to Everton and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will have to do something they've been unable to do in the league this season, beat fellow members of the top six to make up for dropped points. With upcoming games against Chelsea and Manchester City, the opportunity will be there to do so. It's a set-back for United and for Solskjaer, not one that requires an inquisition into the whole team, club and coaching staff, but one which disappoints and frustrates. United were passive at the Hawthorns, in defence and attack, and they left with a point when they deserved little more.


Welcome back to the Manchester United Weekly Podcast where the mood can be summed up by a comment sent in by one of our Patrons, Michael Byerts, who said, "is there anything more to be said after that than uggghhhh?"


But, there is. A little. We're talking West Brom, West Ham, the FA Cup and in the middle of the show, before a preview of Thursday's Europa League game against Real Sociedad, you'll get your extensive youth, loan and women's round-up. Shola Shoretire and Joe Hugill are amongst the goals again while badge-kissing Charlie McNeill scores four in the Manchester derby.

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Feb 15, 2021
S6 E25: Goal-happy (at both ends)
43:43

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait consider a week of mixed emotions for Manchester United. It was a week of football which, had it ended only 20 seconds earlier, would have been quite brilliant - a 9-0 win against Southampton followed by victory against Everton. But Dominic Calvert-Lewin's late equaliser condemned United to a late sour taste and made it a good and memorable week but not a brilliant one, particularly in the light of victories for Manchester City.

Harry and Jack talk about the two games, De Gea and plenty more.

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Feb 07, 2021
S6 E24: Reality check
37:20

The reality check we expected hit home hard in a week where Manchester United took one point away from games against bottom-placed Sheffield United and Arsenal. It leaves United trailing City at the top of the table by three points with Pep Guardiola's team still holding a game-in-hand.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait look back at two very disappointing results.


We'll also give you your regular youth, loan and women's round-up. There's loads to talk about. Teden Mengi is heading out on loan, Garner and Chong have switched clubs and a 17-year-old scored four goals in the under-23s. Oh, and Amad Diallo made his first appearance for United.

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Jan 31, 2021
S6 E23: This Means More
1:04:34

Some days in football give you everything you crave. Others don't. At Anfield a week ago, a 0-0 draw left you craving more, craving that release of energy and tension that a goal brings. At Old Trafford in the FA Cup, one of the country's most historic fixtures delivered in buckets. It excited and entertained and most importantly, Manchester United won. 22 years on from the day that an Ole Gunnar Solskjaer late winner against Liverpool had continued United's treble dreams, this time it was Bruno Fernandes to arrive off the bench and provide that moment we craved.


Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk Liverpool, the FA Cup, Solskjaer, Cavani, Rashford, Pogba, Bruno, Greenwood and loads more. There's your youth, loan and women's round-up and there's a free-access Patreon bonus Q&A where there's discussion on Van de Beek, Greenwood, favourite players and chants. To become a Patron go to www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod

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Jan 25, 2021
S6 E22: Pogba's month
37:53
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk immediately after a 2-1 win for Manchester United against Fulham in the Premier League, recording on Wednesday night. They label January as Paul Pogba's month after another match-winning goal from the resurgent French midfielder. And they talk plenty more.

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Jan 20, 2021
S6 E21: Top of the league
44:16

Manchester United are top of the league. There is a long way to go - more than half of the season! But for now, it's nice.

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a 1-0 win against Burnley, try to decide on United's best starting XI and preview the game against Liverpool. Which formation should Solskjaer go for? How do you stop Mane, Salah and Firmino? Who starts up front?

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Jan 13, 2021
S6 E20: In, out, in, out - United in the Cups
44:17

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review an EFL Cup defeat to Manchester City and an FA Cup win against Watford. They talk in detail about Donny van de Beek's performance in the Saturday evening game and about his future, as well as discussing Alex Telles, Scott McTominay, Darren Fletcher's coaching appointment and much more.

There's also an extensive youth, loan and women's round-up which includes some analysis on Ethan Laird, United's young right-back who has headed out on loan to MK Dons.

If you want to also hear the bonus Q&A at the end of the show, sign up to become a Patron of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast at www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod In the Q&A this week we answer "if you could choose any back four and 'keeper in United's history to defend the US Capitol, who would you choose?" It's a good discussion.

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Jan 10, 2021
S6 E19: A happy New Year
59:05

Happy New Year Reds, and happy three points. Manchester United, the in-form team of the country. Entertaining, consistent. Winning! It's brilliant.


Welcome to the Manchester United Weekly Podcast in 2021 with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait. A hard-fought, close defensive clash that went United's way against Wolves - the most boring team in the league - is followed by a genuinely brilliant and entertaining, end-to-end win against Aston Villa. Two teams who are fun to watch right now producing one of the most compelling, quality behind-closed-doors games of the COVID era.


Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk through a whole load of topics. Villa, Wolves, outstanding Pogba, revived Shaw, brilliant Bruno, nose-breaking Martial, blocking Bailly, excellent Ole, banned Cavani plus loads more including Amad Diallo and Facundo Pellistri.


Plus you get a bonus Q&A session. This is what Patrons get every week in return for paying a little bit of cash every month. It's a New Year's treat for you all. If you're interested in hearing it every week, sign up to our Patreon at www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod

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Jan 02, 2021
S6 E18: Brewing a winning mentality
27:38

Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a win against Everton in the EFL quarter-final and a draw away to Leicester City.

They talk about United's mentality, Solskjaer's subs, Edinson Cavani, brilliant Bruno Fernandes and Rashford's shooting technique. And more.

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Dec 27, 2020
S6 E17: Sent them back down the M6-2
47:30

Scott McSauce. That's all.

A rampant 6-2 win against Leeds leaves Harry Robinson and Jack Tait very happy as Manchester United sit third in the Premier League at Christmas. A fantastic game of football to distract from an otherwise often miserable week. They talk McTominay, Dan James, Fernandes, Solskjaer, Bielsa and much more.

As always, there's your youth, loan and women's round-up in the middle of the show and the two Reds preview games against Everton and Leicester.

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Dec 21, 2020
S6 E16: What was the (shared) point of that?
41:03

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review a dull and futile 0-0 draw in the Manchester derby. They consider Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's unconventional defensive tactics which nullified Kevin de Bruyne, why the Norwegian coach had to do more against City and what the result means for United, as well as looking at Rashford and Greenwood as a strike partnership.

There's a bit of talk about fans and injuries going into the busy festive period. As always, there's your youth, loan and women's round-up before previews of league games against Sheffield United and Leeds United.

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Dec 14, 2020
S6 E15: Outcoached, outthought. Out.
37:44

Review of a 3-2 defeat to RB Leipzig and previewing Saturday's game vs City.


"In the two days since we last spoke to you, things have changed. A cautiously positive narrative has very quickly been replaced by despair. Paul Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, or, to put it in Ferguson's words, the 'shitbag', jumped at the chance to remind everyone that Pogba doesn't want to be at United after his client put in one slightly better than average display against West Ham. And then a rampant opening quarter of an hour from Julien Nagalsmann's RB Leipzig exposed every single one of Manchester United's weaknesses. The previously in-form Harry Maguire was guilty of gifting goals away again through his positioning. Luke Shaw returned from injury to do the same. United's midfield without Pogba, who was on the bench, and Fred, who was suspended, could not cope. United's defence looked short of confidence and quality in the fact of a well-drilled attack with a very specific knowledge of how they wanted to score goals. At the other end, United broke into space through the Leipzig back line and either missed the chance or misplayed the final ball. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was so emphatically out-thought by a much younger manager in Nagelsmann that even after 12 minutes, the conversation about his future had been restarted.

And the shame is that still, in the face of all this, United almost came from behind. Only a third goal from Leipzig, also terribly defended, left that task too great and now Manchester United are out of the Champions League.


The truth is that United didn't go out because of defeat in Leipzig. It was because of the away loss to Basaksehir, an inexplicable defeat. But after winning away in Paris and thrashing Leipzig 5-0, United have gone out. That should be inexplicable but it isn't. It's through bad performances and bad maangement."

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Dec 09, 2020
S6 E14: Nine consecutive away wins
41:23

Death, taxes, putting on a mask, washing your hands and Manchester United coming from behind to win away from home. That's life in autumn 2020. Welcome to the Manchester United Weekly Podcast where, yes, we are yet again talking about the world's most confusing football team. Shambolic in the first half, intense and stylish in the second. 3-1 winners against West Ham. The scoreline was the other way round when United hosted PSG in midweek.

We're dissecting both games, their wider implications and what they mean going forward for United.

As always, I'll bring you your regular youth, loan and women's round-up in a spectacularly good weekend for United. Wins all round, near or top of the league for all. Here that at about 25 minutes or so.

We'll then look ahead to games against RB Leipzig, a crucial Champions League group stage game, the last one.

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Dec 07, 2020
S6 E13: Cavani comeback heroics
34:16

Edinson Cavani scored two and assisted one off the bench to give Manchester United a stunning win against Southampton. Trailing 2-0 at half-time, United won 3-2 thanks to three second-half goals.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review the game and look ahead to Wednesday night's game against PSG and Saturday's vs West Ham. As always, there's our extensive youth, loan and women's round-up.


Harry also chats to Simon Edwards, a South American football journalist, about an Instagram story from Edinson Cavani which read "gracias negrita". Simon explains the context behind the use of the word "negrita" and why it was done with no harm intended.

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Nov 30, 2020
S6 E12: Goals from open play at home? Nope
31:47

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review a 1-0 win for Manchester United against West Bromwich Albion. The Reds were uninspiring but it's their first home league win of the season.

There's a big discussion on Anthony Martial and the Frenchman's movement as a striker, Bruno Fernandes and much more.

Plus the Reds preview games against Basaksehir and Southampton and there's your regular extensive youth, loan and women's round-up.

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Nov 22, 2020
S6 E11: Analysing Ferguson's defeats, with author John Silk
37:16

"Sometimes in football you have to hold your hand up and say, yeah, they're better than us." Those are the old words of Sir Alex Ferguson. But this is also a man who openly admitted, time after time, "I don't like losing" and said "I tell the players that the bus is moving. This club has to progress. And the bus wouldn't wait for them. I tell them to get on board."


The greatest football manager of his era, Fergie is remembered for the victories, an insatiable desire to win, a commitment to glory so thorough and disciplined that he saw off rivals in all shapes, sizes and forms.


But what about the defeats? Because there were many. 271 to be precise. Well, Ferguson himself has said the following.


"Losing is a powerful management tool so long as it does not become a habit."


"You learn more from defeats than you do from victories"


In a new book titled Even the Defeats, journalist John Silk tells the story of how the painful moments of Sir Alex Ferguson's reign at Man Utd inspired him to lead the club to its greatest successes.


Beginning with a 5-1 loss at Manchester City and ending with the final Premier League title, the book looks at what was perhaps Ferguson's greatest strength: dealing and overcoming adversity. With views from players, coaches and other members of the staff, Even the Defeats comes out in the next few weeks and I'm pleased to be joined by the author, John Silk, to talk about Ferguson, those defeats and the book.


John is a journalist working for Deutsche Welle. He's covered sports and international affairs for more than a decade and has followed United for 40 years.

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Nov 17, 2020
Trailer: Man Utd Women
11:38

Harry Robinson speaks to GOAL's women's football correspondent Ameé Ruszkai. The interview was part of a full bonus episode on Manchester United Women which you can get access to by signing up to become a Patron of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast. Go to www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod to sign up or find out more information. Cheers.


This was recorded at half-time of Manchester United vs Manchester City in the Women's Super League. The score was 2-0 to Man City at the time but the match finished 2-2.


In the full episode on Man Utd Women, Harry talks you through the reformation of the side, how they have done over the last two years, how this season has begun and chats to Casey Stoney, the team's manager, after the game.

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Nov 14, 2020
S6 E10: Goodison gives hope for Solskjaer
27:32
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect on a very good weekend for the world. United won, Trump became a one-term President, United's women went top of the league and Marcus Rashford forced a government u-turn again.

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Nov 08, 2020
S6 E9: From world-beaters to limp dolls
35:46
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a week of contrasting fortunes for Manchester United.

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Nov 02, 2020
S6 E8: Live from Old Trafford - 5-0 vs Leipzig
22:45
Harry Robinson brings you reaction live from Old Trafford as United thrash RB Leipzig.

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Oct 28, 2020
S6 E7: Hero Rashford, Chelsea & PSG
36:47

Off the pitch, Marcus Rashford is still leading a campaign to end child hunger. Hundreds of cafes, restaurants and businesses across the country are taking on the challenge themselves to help feed children during the upcoming October half-term after the government voted against continuing free school meals into the holidays. He's a national hero. On the pitch, it was Rashford who came up with a powerful and accurate late strike to give Manchester United a sweet and brilliant victory at the Parc des Princes against Paris Saint-Germain. He almost followed it up with another match-winner, against Chelsea on Saturday evening. But the Londoners new goalkeeper Edouard Mendy came up big with two crucial saves and United were held to a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford.

It's been a good week overall for United. A 4-1 win against Newcastle, a 2-1 win against PSG and a frustrating 0-0 draw against Chelsea. Perhaps the latter is a missed chance to carry on some very good momentum. But United's season has properly started now. Welcome to the Manchester United Weekly Podcast and S6 E7. We're talking PSG, Chelsea and looking ahead to RB Leipzig and Arsenal. In the middle of the show we'll have our youth, loan and women's round-up as the U23s are led once again by recently turned 17 Joe Hugill who has had a sensational start to his United career.

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Oct 25, 2020
S6 E6: Subs bring flurry of goals
39:47
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait describe United as 'competent' and 'efficient', praise Donny van de Beek, discuss Solskjaer's team selection, analyse Bruno Fernandes and are happy for Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

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Oct 18, 2020
S6 E5: United sign 4 players - with Paul Hirst, David Kraakman and Jamie Farr
36:18

Harry Robinson speaks to Paul Hirst, David Kraakman and Jamie Farr to find out more about Manchester United's deadline day activity and to profile the four new faces at Old Trafford: Edinson Cavani, Fecundo Pellistri, Alex Telles and Amad Diallo.


Paul Hirst is a football reporter for The Times covering Manchester United and Manchester City.


David Kraakman runs the Twitter account 'Warriors of Uruguay'.


Jamie Farr is an analyst for Football Radar and writer for PortuGOAL.

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Oct 06, 2020
S6 E4: Sheer dejection and humiliation
37:49
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait record immediately after Manchester United's 6-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur. 

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Oct 04, 2020
S6 E3: Scoring goals not hitting crossbars
35:14

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to an extraordinary set of events as Manchester United beat Brighton & Hove Albion 3-2 despite it being 2-2 at full-time.

As always your extensive youth, loan and women's round-up can be heard at the middle of the show before we preview United's next match against Brighton (again!) and Tottenham Hotspur.

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Sep 28, 2020
S6 E2: A flawed start
36:14

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reflect on a 3-1 opening day loss to Crystal Palace in the Premier League for Manchester United. It was a pretty miserable day. No fans at Old Trafford, no new signings in the starting line-up (because there's only been one), a terrible performance from everyone on the pitch and a former player scoring twice.


But there are some interesting points to talk about. So settle in, take a deep breath and enjoy the show.


If you do enjoy the show, you can support us by checking out our Patreon. Go to www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod to find out more.

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Sep 21, 2020
S6 E1: 2020/21 Season Preview
46:23

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait preview the 2020/21 season for Manchester United. They debate the strengths and weaknesses of the attack and defence, whether Mason Greenwood will "regress to the mean" next season, Marcus Rashford's brilliance, Anthony Martial's future and loads more.

If you want to get longer, ad-free episodes with exclusive Q&As at the end, you can! Just go to www.patreon.com/ManUtdWeeklyPod and sign up to become a Patron. You give us a few pennies a week and we'll give you extra podcasts. The perfect deal.

Enjoy the show and let us know your thoughts on our Twitter at @UtdWeeklyPod. Cheers!

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Sep 13, 2020
The Making of Mason Greenwood
43:00

Mason Greenwood scored 17 goals in his first full season in the Manchester United first team. He's only 18.


In this special episode of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast, host Harry Robinson talks to the people who have watched Mason play since he was a young teenager. Together, we find out how United nurtured a wonderkid, how Greenwood's family helped his development and why he's such a talented prospect.


Harry talks to:

  • Tony Park - the authority on the club's academy, author of Sons of United and on Twitter at @mrmujac
  • David Pritt - another committed follower of the club's youth teams (@academyreview on Twitter)
  • Rob Dawson - Man Utd correspondent for ESPN
  • Alan Brennan - an Irish Red who has closely followed Greenwood's career


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Music credits:

  • Opening song: Ketsa - The Stork
  • Outro song: Goose - No Hot Ashes
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Sep 01, 2020
S5 E45: The Season Review
1:02:58
It's the 2019/20 season review on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast. Enjoy.

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Aug 25, 2020
S5 E44: Specialists in semi-final defeats
24:48

Review of the Europa League defeat to Sevilla.


Regular, extensive youth and loan round-up is at the end of the show.


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Aug 17, 2020
S5 E43: Into the Europa League semi-finals
28:36

Manchester United beat FC Copenhagen 1-0 on Monday evening and thus progressed into the UEFA Europa League semi-finals. The Reds were deserving of their victory but still needed extra time to achieve it. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review a tense game and look ahead to the semi-final, a tough test against La Liga team Sevilla.


Harry also gives an extensive update on the future of a number of young players at United such as Angel Gomes, Tahith Chong, James Garner, Dylan Levitt and many more.

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Aug 12, 2020
S5 E42: Transfers at Manchester United
43:36

This is a busy, busy episode. Brought to you by MANSCAPED (use our code UtdWeeklyPod to get 20% off and free shipping, link below), the Manchester United Weekly Podcast talks transfers.

It's a topic we normally try to steer clear of but it's time to indulge. 45 minutes talking who United should sign, sell, loan and when, some insight into how these processes actually work and, of course, some discussion about Jadon Sancho, the transfer rumour of the summer.

There's loads to talk about here. If you enjoy the show, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Cheers!

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Aug 02, 2020
S5 E41: The third best in the land
40:11

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review the Premier League season. It's over! After 350 days of action, the most remarkable league campaign of our lifetimes comes to an end and Manchester United have finished third. That's pretty remarkable too since the Reds were on track for a mid-table finish in January. But plenty of factors turned things around and there's loads to talk about.

If you enjoy the show, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps a lot. A few of you have done so recently. I forgot to give you a shoutout on the episode this week but thank you. I'll do it next week instead. I really do appreciate it.

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Jul 28, 2020
S5 E40: Humiliation at Wembley
40:05

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait have plenty to talk about. A whole host of woeful individual mistakes against Chelsea. Manchester United are out of the FA Cup.


There's plenty more and a big update on a number of transfers for the club's academy.

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Jul 20, 2020
S5 E39: Winning streak ends in a stomach-emptying manner
42:23

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait mourn the end of Manchester United's winning streak. The Reds drew 2-2 with Southampton on Monday night and threw away the opportunity to climb to third in the Premier League table. The question of a top four finish remains one which United can decide themselves. It's in their hands. Win all their games and United will finish fourth at the least.

But there's plenty to talk about in a packed episode where we dissect the draw with Southampton, answer a whole host of questions from listeners and preview another big week, a league game against Palace and then the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea.

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Jul 13, 2020
S5 E38: Greenwood is still dynamite
39:22

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about Mason Greenwood. We all know he's great but what is it that he can improve on? What is it that we haven't seen from this boy wonder yet? Well, there's more to come even though he's been completely ridiculous already.

So on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast this week we talk about Greenwood, his double for United in a 5-2 win against AFC Bournemouth. We talk about the front line, whether United should prioritise the signing of a right winger or a centre-back. We talk about Axel Tuanzebe, Harry Maguire and more. We talk about Nemanja Matic's contract extension. And more. Etc. There's a lot to talk about it. And most of it is positive!

Enjoy the show, and if you do, leave us a review on iTunes to help us out! Cheers.

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Jul 06, 2020
S5 E37: Unsettlingly competent United
31:25

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a 3-0 win aganst Brighton & Hove Albion away from home in the Premier League.

They talk about Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford and the teenage wonder Mason Greenwood. And Nemanja Matic. And more. And more.

Plus there's the latest insight on the academy including about why Angel Gomes left Manchester United this week.

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Jul 01, 2020
S5 E36: Martial hat-trick in dominant win
37:59

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait enjoy Tony Martial's smile. He scored a hat-trick. We'd forgotten United players could do that.


We talk Sheffield United, a 3-0 win against them, which youth players have been kept or released and much more. Enjoy the show.

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Jun 25, 2020
S5 E35: Spurs draw and the return to Old Trafford
35:34

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review Manchester United's first game in 100 days; a 1-1 draw away to Tottenham Hotspur.


Bruno Fernandes scored the only goal for United, a second-half penalty, as Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford returned from injury.

They also preview the upcoming game against Sheffield United.


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Jun 21, 2020
S5 E34: Rashford the hero, Spurs preview
33:45

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait hail Marcus Rashford with as many superlatives as they can find for his work during the coronavirus pandemic and his raising of awareness about the hunger struggles that millions of children face in England each week.


But football is back as well, so we throw things back quickly to United's last league game against City to give ourselves a refresher (McTominay scored and Old Trafford erupted) before giving our thoughts on how the Premier League has returned, whether it's the right thing and what we've made of the Bundesliga's return.


We also talk about the FA Cup and Europa League and preview United's first game in 3 months, against Spurs on Friday night at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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Jun 15, 2020
S5 E33: Ighalo stays, the season re-starts
38:07

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about racism in football, and wider society, in the wake of the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent Black Lives Matter protests.


But Premier League football is back as well. So the two United fans talk about the extension of Odion Ighalo's loan move at Old Trafford, the players they think will start best for United and how to fit Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes into the same midfield.

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Jun 14, 2020
Much-Cited United: Blue brilliance silences Emirates in 2009
10:33
Harry Robinson is joined by Barney Chilton, editor of Red News, to discuss Manchester United's 3-1 win at Arsenal back in 2009. It was a UEFA Champions League semi-final and Cristiano Ronaldo put his name in the headlines again with two brilliant goals.

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May 04, 2020
Much-Cited United: Scholes' screamer vs Barcelona
15:19

It's April 29th and on this day in 2008, Old Trafford rocked, 75,000 inside the stadium injected with the rare but wonderful drug of a Champions League semi-final night for the ages. Paul Scholes' hammered half-volley lifted the famous old ground off its foundations and Manchester United secured their place in the 2008 UEFA Champions League final, an all-English final, to be played in Moscow, Russia.


This is Much-Cited United on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast with me Harry Robinson. Today I'm joined by Barney Chilton, editor of Red News, United's longest-running fanzine, and Guardian journalist and author, and United fan, Daniel Harris. Enjoy the show.

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Apr 28, 2020
Much-Cited United: 4-2 at Goodison Park, 2007
18:00

It's April 28th and on this day in 2007, Manchester United came from behind to beat Everton 4-2 on Merseyside. Goodison Park was filled by celebrations that signalled something more than just a great, great match.


This is Much-Cited United. We look back at some of the most significant games in the club’s history. By doing so, we find stories we weren’t expecting to, discuss players we thought we’d forgotten and, maybe, just maybe, put a smile on your face during these strange times. Today we're joined by Barney Chilton, editor of Red News, United's longest-running fanzine, and Daniel Harris, writer for the Guardian and of many books. Enjoy.

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Apr 27, 2020
Much-Cited United: 3-2 vs AC Milan (2007)
19:11

It's April 24th and on this day in 2007, Manchester United came from behind to overcome Kaka's AC Milan in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final.


In 'Much-Cited United', we look back at some of the most significant games in the club’s history. By doing so, we find stories we weren’t expecting to, discuss players we thought we’d forgotten and, maybe, just maybe, put a smile on your face during these strange times.


Our guest for this episode is Daniel Harris, writer for the Guardian and of many books. He was also the creative producer for BUSBY, a magnificent recent film on the great United boss.


Daniel talks to host Harry Robinson about that night at Old Trafford, the quality of Scholes and Rooney, why this United side was much better to watch than the 2008-Champions League winning outfit and why it didn't quite manage to win the treble.


This podcast was produced by Harry Robinson in partnership with United Through Time.

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Apr 23, 2020
8D AUDIO: Much-Cited United: RvP turns 19 into 20
12:22

8D AUDIO: This is something pretty new where the audio swings around your ears. Some people love it, others don’t.


It has no real effect if you’re listening on a speaker or out of your phone. Only give it a go if you’re listening on a good pair of headphones. If they’re noise-cancelling - even better.


One year ago today, Robin van Persie scored a half-hour hat-trick at Old Trafford and secured a 20th Premier League title for Manchester United.


In a short episode of Much-Cited United, we indulge in some serious nostalgia to relive that magical night.


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Music included courtesy of Queen and Courteeners.

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Apr 22, 2020
Much-Cited United: RvP's hat-trick turns 19 into 20
11:54

One year ago today, Robin van Persie scored a half-hour hat-trick at Old Trafford and secured a 20th Premier League title for Manchester United.


In a short episode of Much-Cited United, we indulge in some serious nostalgia to relive that magical night.


Audio copyright

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Apr 21, 2020
S5 E32 - One year on from Ole's apology at Goodison
39:34

Exactly one year ago today, Manchester United were humiliated by Everton at Goodison Park. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer apologised to fans but it wasn't enough. This was one of the worst defeats for the club in Premier League history, at least.


With a year having passed and the pandemic-enforced break giving us a chance to reflect, Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss how Manchester United have progressed since that miserable day in Liverpool (more miserable than the others at least...)


We talk about the mentality of the squad, the transfers made and the players who have been sold.


We also choose one goal each to recommend you, the listener, to go and watch on YouTube to fill the time or distract yourself in these strange times. That's near the back end of the episode.


If you enjoy the show, please give us a review or share us with your mates. Cheers.

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Apr 20, 2020
Much-Cited United: Busby Babes in Madrid
20:09

In the second episode of 'Much-Cited United', Harry Robinson looks at a European Cup semi-final between the 'worldly' Real Madrid of the 1950s and the Busby Babes.


It's April 11th and on this day in 1957, Sir Matt Busby took his young Manchester United side to play the European champions, Real Madrid. Los Blancos were too good for the Reds and won 3-1.


Through the lens of that game, Harry chats to the brilliant Roy Cavanagh MBE, an author of numerous football books, interviewer of United greats and United fan from birth. Roy remembers the 1956/57 season and takes us through United's first ever European campaign.


We talk Tommy Taylor, Duncan Edwards, Bobby Charlton, Billy Whelan and more.


If you enjoy this show, we’d recommend buying and reading John Ludden’s brilliant book on United and Real Madrid’s relationship ‘A Tale of Two Cities’. Also look out for our partner podcast United Through Time - the Manchester United history podcast.

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Apr 10, 2020
Much-Cited United: 7-1 vs Roma
34:11

Welcome to the new mini-series from the Manchester United Weekly Podcast: ‘Much-Cited United’.


We look back at some of the most significant games in the club’s history. By doing so, we find stories we weren’t expecting to, discuss players we thought we’d forgotten and, maybe, just maybe, put a smile on your face during these strange times.


It’s April 10th and on this day in 2007, Sir Alex Ferguson’s young Manchester United side achieved a win of such great proportions that it was deemed “a feat that is without precedent and, quite possibly, beyond repetition.”


You’ll hear from legendary commentator Clive Tyldesley who has delivered so many iconic lines in Manchester United’s history. He was at Old Trafford on that night. You’ll hear clips not only from his commentary, but also from his recent interview with the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.


This podcast was produced by Harry Robinson in partnership with United Through Time.

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Apr 09, 2020
S5 E31 - The double over Citeh
45:53

Manchester United have done the league double over rivals City. Anthony Martial has scored in both games but it was Scott McTominay whose late winner sparked wild scenes at Old Trafford.


Harry Robinson and Jack Tait go through that game, a 3-0 win against Derby County in the FA Cup and much more, including coronavirus, Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Odion Ighalo etc


As always we have our youth, loan, and women’s round-up.

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Mar 10, 2020
S5 E30 - Goalkeeping conundrums & a big win
34:35

A 1-1 draw with Everton followed a 5-0 thrashing of Club Brugge and both results leave plenty of questions to be asked by hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.


Should David de Gea leave to make way for young Dean Henderson, out on loan at Sheffield United? Or should United stay loyal to De Gea, the player with the 32nd most appearances in the club’s history?


Just how good has Bruno Fernandes been? Has any recent United signing come close to his instant impact?


Odion Ighalo’s first goal for United is revelled in and Scott McTominay’s return from injury is a boost.


As well as all of that, we preview upcoming matches in the FA Cup and Premier League, against Derby County (A) and Manchester City (H).


And in addition to ALL of that, we’ve got our regular and extensive youth and women’s round-up.

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Mar 03, 2020
S5 E29 - Bruno, Bruno, Bruno
34:30

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait praise Bruno Fernandes as the Portuguese nets his first goal for new club Manchester United. There's also praise for many others after a 3-0 win for the Reds against Watford at Old Trafford.


As always there's our latest round-up of youth news and an update on United's women's team.

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Feb 25, 2020
S5 E28 - Three days in Bruges, Belgium
37:06
A slightly different episode of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast this week. Made for the personal enjoyment but we thought you'd enjoy. Harry and Will Robinson headed to Belgium for United's UEFA Europa League clash at the Janbreydel Stadion. Beers, waffles, pizzas, €6 water, clambering through gardens and A LOT of rain.

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Feb 21, 2020
S5 E27 - Another win at the Bridge
33:30

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait revel in a third consecutive win for Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has masterminded a Premier League double over Chelsea, something no United manager has done since 1988.


There's also a preview of the upcoming Club Brugge match and our regular youth, loan and women's round-up.

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Feb 18, 2020
S5 E26 - Wins, draws, Bruno & Ighalo
34:30

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait go through an away win at Manchester City (the second of the season), a draw at home to Wolves and the signings of Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo.


And there's come clips from Ole Gunnar and Pep Guardiola. As always, there's our extensive youth, loan and women's round-up as well. Enjoy the show.

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Feb 03, 2020
S5 E25 - Anti-Glazer protests, with Matt Ford
23:55

Harry Robinson speaks to Manchester United fan Matt Ford, a writer for United We Stand and DW Sports and an expert in football fan culture in England and Germany.


Matt speaks about how fan protests are organised in Germany, any similarities or differences with English football and what United fans can learn from their German counterparts. You can find him on Twitter at @matt_4d

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Jan 30, 2020
S5 E24 - Burnley blues but six in the Cup
42:15

For the first time in nearly a decade, Manchester United score six goals in a single match, demolishing a poor Tranmere Rovers side and in doing so, bouncing back from a humiliating defeat to Burnley at home in midweek. We discuss both of those games and more on Series 5 Episode 24 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.


As always there is our youth, loan and women’s round-up in the middle of the show but we begin by talking about a 6-0 win in the FA Cup. It’s been nine years since we’ve scored that many in a game, going back to the 8-2 win against Arsenal in August 2011.

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Jan 27, 2020
S5 E23 - Beaten at Anfield
38:02
Nothing is more humiliating or humbling than being somewhat pleased by a 2-0 loss to your biggest rivals, but that is where Manchester United are now. Who’s to blame? Well, we’ve heard it all before. This is a club that’s been dragged into this position by top level executives more interested in financial spreadsheets than silver trophies. We dissect that defeat at Anfield and more in Series 5 Episode 23 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.

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Jan 20, 2020
S5 E22 - Norwich wins plasters over wounds
27:21

Manchester United recover from a terrible week to thrash Norwich City for four at Old Trafford. The Reds had been humiliated by a far superior City side, drawn in the Cup at Wolves to force an unwanted replay having already lost to Arsenal on New Year’s Day.


Four goals at Norwich put a plaster over the wounds, but don’t quite stitch them up. We discuss the latest ongoings at the club in S5 E22. As always, there’s our extensive youth, loan and women’s round-ups in the middle of the show. There’s also the small matter of a trip to Anfield to preview…

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Jan 13, 2020
S5 E21 - Review of the 2010s
53:08
It’s 2020. Welcome to the New Year, the new decade and the fifth year of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast. Take things back to the start of the 2010s and the idea of a podcast run by us two would have been more confusing than unbelievable. But in this episode we’re looking back at the 2010s, a decade in which Manchester United have overwhelmingly disappointed and yet have won five major trophies and reached the finals of two European competitions. This is United we’re talking about. We go through the top goals, moments, games and signings of the decade as well as the worst five games and the signings we missed out on.

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Jan 06, 2020
S5 E20 - Festive feelings
32:41
The nature of the festive period means it’s been three games since we last spoke. The first of those was a woeful 2-0 loss to Watford away from home but Solskjaer’s Reds followed it up with a 4-1 dismantling of Newcastle at home on Boxing Day and a reasonably comfortable 2-0 win against Burnley at Turf Moor. We talk through those games, Dortmund’s signing of Erling Haaland and United’s next game away at Arsenal on New Year’s Day. Enjoy. 

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Dec 30, 2019
S5 E19 - The inconsistency strikes back
33:05

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk for the first time in three games and review Manchester United wins against AZ Alkmaar and Colchester United and a home draw against Everton.


The two Reds are delighted to see Mason Greenwood score again but concerned by the midfield. There's plenty to discuss.


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Dec 19, 2019
S5 E18 - A magical week
35:33
The paintbrush of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has daubed red over Manchester with wins against Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. It’s arguably the best week of Solskjaer’s time in charge as he nears his one-year anniversary as United boss. It’s evidence as to why he is the right man for United. We’re talking about both of those impressive wins, certain players including an unstoppable Rashford and an in-form Fred and Scott McTominay. Plus we have our youth and women’s round-up as always on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.

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Dec 09, 2019
S5 E17 - Winless week
38:24

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait debate about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future at Manchester United? Should Mauricio Pochettino replace the Norwegian or is he the right man? If he's not the right man, is he the problem?


The Reds evaluate a 2-1 loss against Astana and a 2-2 draw with Aston Villa. Then there's a look ahead to Wednesday night's clash against Mourinho's Spurs and Saturday evening's match against Manchester City.


As always, there's our extensive youth and women's round-up. Enjoy the show.

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Dec 02, 2019
S5 E16 - Bramall Lane drama
37:07

Manchester United return to action from the international break to find themselves embroiled in a crazy game at Bramall Lane. Solskjaer’s Reds find themselves 2-0 behind, then suddenly 3-2 in front before conceding a late equaliser to Ollie McBurnie of Sheffield United.


It’s a result that has divided opinion amongst the fanbase. Some are furious at Solskjaer’s reaction and tactics, others are accepting, others are reasonably positive. Some are a mix. We discuss that on S5 E16 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.


As always, we give you our extensive youth, loan and women’s round-up. Enjoy the show.


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Nov 25, 2019
S5 E15 - Pace and youth for United (+ Carrick/Phelan)
36:47

We've got exclusive interviews with Michael Carrick and Mike Phelan at the start of S5 E15. That's before a normal episode as we talk about Dan James, Brandon Williams, Fred and many others by reviewing the 3-1 win against Brighton & Hove Albion as well as a 3-0 victory against FK Partizan.


There's praise for a few people and criticism for a couple of others.


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Nov 11, 2019
S5 E14 - A nothingness on the South Coast
33:35

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a lacklustre and disappointing 1-0 loss away to AFC Bournemouth. Nothing happened, and that was the problem.


The two Reds take a look at the big picture after United's run of three away wins is ended.


As always, there's our regular and extensive youth, loan and women's round-up. Enjoy the show.

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Nov 04, 2019
S5 E13 - Rashford rocket on the road
31:05

It's one of the finest free-kicks by a Manchester United player in many a year. Marcus Rashford delivers three goals in two games to bring Ole Gunnar Solskjaer success on the road.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are positive for once because it's three consecutive away wins. There are still issues there, yes, but it's a whole mood change at the club. United move up to the table and through in the Carabao Cup.


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Oct 31, 2019
S5 E12 - Important Scouse draw
31:46

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a 1-1 draw with Liverpool that leaves a gutting feeling in the stomach. Manchester United went ahead through Marcus Rashford but Adam Lallana equalised late on.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Reds were improved on recent performances and the Manchester United Weekly Podcast discuss the future of United's formation and tactics. As always, we round up the latest action from the women's side and academy.

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Oct 21, 2019
S5 E11 - The art of the brief
30:52

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait celebrate half a million listens on the Manchester United Weekly Podcast by. previewing Sunday's game against Liverpool.


The two Reds are unconvinced by reports in the press about change at the club and are keen to see a Rashford-Martial-James front three at Old Trafford.


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Oct 15, 2019
S5 E10 - Sacking or backing?
30:41

Manchester United are in free fall, sliding towards the relegation zone. A set of supporters that don’t really feel shock anymore, but it’s a 1-0 away loss to Newcastle United and yet again, one of the worst teams in the league get the better of the country’s biggest football club.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure, Liverpool are up next. On Series 5 Episode 10 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast, we’re somehow already talking about Solskjaer’s future, United’s future and a relegation battle.


As always, there’s our extensive youth, loan and women’s round-up as well.

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Oct 07, 2019
S5 E9 - Relegation form
32:48

Manchester United play three games in eight days and fail to win any of them in normal time. They score two goals and have only 11 shots on target. It's a miserable run of form stretching back to March. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss it.


They also consider whether Axel Tuanzebe could play in midfield or United could switch to a three-man defence.


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Oct 03, 2019
S5 E8 - Slip, sliding away
35:09

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are heartbroken at yet another disappointment from Manchester United. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Reds lose 2-0 away to West Ham United.


United looked terrible throughout the game and Marcus Rashford joined a collection of first team stars on the injury table when he went off in the second half. Solskjaer’s job has got even harder.


We talk the defeat to West Ham, whether performances, results, injuries and lack of success are Solskjaer’s fault or the Glazers, what’s next for United and what must change in the short-term and long-term. There’s also our regular and extensive youth, loan and women’s round-up.


Then we preview games against Rochdale and Arsenal.


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Sep 22, 2019
S5 E7 - Rashford sends United 4th
31:35

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a 1-0 win for Manchester United against Leicester City thanks to a Marcus Rashford penalty.


With injuries, the game was far from convincing but it takes United back to winning ways. As always, there's a youth and women's round-up as well as a preview of upcoming games against Astana and West Ham.

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Sep 16, 2019
S5 E6 - Interview: Ben Roberts, author of 'Bottled'
26:40

Harry Robinson speaks to author Benjamin Roberts about his new book 'Bottled: English Football's Boozy Story', released in early August 2019.


Roberts give his insight into Manchester United's historical relationship with alcohol as a club, focusing in on George Best, John Henry Davies and Sir Alex Ferguson.


There's also discussion about the policing of football fans relating to alcohol in the modern day game.


'Bottled' is a fantastic read and is available in Waterstones, on Amazon and many other well-known bookshops.

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Sep 06, 2019
S5 E5 - A blow at start of the Solskjaer Season
20:39

Marcus Rashford misses a penalty. Dan James scores a fantastic equaliser for Manchester United, but then the Reds concede late on to Crystal Palace. It's a humiliating defeat and a terrible one.


Host Harry Robinson dissects the game, but looks at the big picture and hails Solskjaer as the right man for the job (even if "he's not a great manager").


There's plenty to talk about regarding transfers, too, with Smalling and Alexis Sanchez on their way out of the club. Enjoy the show.

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Aug 29, 2019
S5 E4 - Positive Molineux draw
34:53

Two dropped points in Manchester United’s second Premier League game of the season but there are plenty of positives.


Anthony Martial scores his 50th goal for the club, at Molineux, Ruben Neves equalises for Wolves and then Pogba misses from the spot.


We’re talking that 1-1 draw, Ole’s style, £80m Harry Maguire, rounding up the latest youth, loan and women’s news as always and looking ahead to Crystal Palace at home on Series 5 Episode 4 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.

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Aug 21, 2019
S5 E3 - Rashford blows Chelsea away
42:33

A 4-0 romp over Chelsea sees Manchester United near the top of the table after the opening day of the Premier League season.


We’re talking that victory, Solskjaer’s tactics and team selection, the end of the transfer window and previewing next Monday’s game against Wolves.


There’s also our regular and extensive youth, loan and women’s round-up in the middle of the show.

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Aug 14, 2019
S5 E2 - Pre-season over, Chelsea to start
46:46

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk through the imminent signing of centre-back Harry Maguire and the transfer love triangle of Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku.


They also review pre-season games against Tottenham Hotspur, Kristiansund and AC Milan.


At the end of the episode, there’s predictions for the opening game of the season against Chelsea and the rest of the season as a whole.


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Aug 04, 2019
S5 E1 - Pre-season ponderings
41:51

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are back for the fifth series of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.


In episode one, the two Manchester United fans discuss the club's two signings so far in Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James.


They also look at who might come in over the next few weeks and review the first three games of United's pre-season tour in Australia and Asia.

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Jul 22, 2019
S4 E40 - Season Review Part 2
52:43
The second part of our season review includes Harry and Jack going through end-of-season awards, a round-up of how United's women's and academy teams did this season as well as looking at future prospects for loanees. The hosts then turn attention to next season, predicting who United may sign, where we will finish next season, and whether Ole will still be United manager this time next year. Thank you for all of your support this season and we will be back with season 5 very soon.

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May 29, 2019
S4 E39 - Season Review Part 1
46:17
How bad was Manchester United's 2018/19 season? That is the question for hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait as they dissect a miserable campaign for United that ended on a sour note with a 2-0 defeat against Cardiff. The focus is on whether Ole remains the right man for the job, whether United have become too sentimental, and the faith (or lack of) in the board to make the correct signings this summer. Stay tuned for part 2 soon, where Harry and Jack will turn to awards for this season and the prospects for the summer and next season.

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May 23, 2019
S4 E38 - Top Four Hopes All But Over
36:49
Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are back to discuss the latest week of disappointing results for Manchester United, a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City and a 1-1 draw against Chelsea despite an improved performance. Attention this week is on the shocking form of David De Gea, the criticism, justified or not, of Paul Pogba, as well as the usual youth, loan, and women's round up.

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May 01, 2019
S4 E37 - Embarrassed by Everton
33:43
Harry Robinson makes his return as he and co-host Jack Tait discuss the embarrassing 4-0 defeat to Everton. Focus is on the prospects for United going forward, looking at what can be done to fix the mess in which United currently find themselves. As always, we have our youth and women's round up, including a wonderful weekend for United Women who secured the title in their first season back.

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Apr 22, 2019
S4 E36 - Worrying Poor Form Continues
20:31
Jack Tait discusses the 1-0 defeat to Barcelona in the 1st leg of the Champions League Quarter Final, with a particular focus on the curious tactical decisions made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Attention then turns to the 2-1 win over West Ham despite a shaky performance before looking ahead to an uphill battle at the Nou Camp on Tuesday

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Apr 13, 2019
S4 E35 - From Wolves to Barca
28:30
Host Jack Tait discusses last week's disappointing 2-1 loss against Wolves at Molineux (we've heard that before), before turning attention to the upcoming Champion's League clash with Spanish giants Barcelona at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

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Apr 08, 2019
S4 34 - Ole's at the wheel for good
38:14
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is officially at the wheel for good as he is appointed permanent Manchester United. Host Jack Tait gives his view on the appointment and we also hear from Harry Robinson, who gives his thoughts from Colombia. Also included is a review of the 2-1 win over Watford, the usual youth, loan, and women's round up, as well as a look ahead to what's coming up for United

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Apr 01, 2019
S4 E33 - Dumped out of the Cup by Wolves
34:26
Host Jack Tait reviews the disappointing 2-1 FA Cup Quarter Final loss to Wolves at Molineux. Discussion focuses on the poor performances of the forwards, before Jack gives his take on the the long-term impact this may have on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's chances of being United manager permanently. As always, there is the loan, youth, and women's round-up.

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Mar 19, 2019
S4 E32 - Ole Finally Loses a League Game
30:21
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review a first Premier League loss for United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as they lose 2-0 to Arsenal at the Emirates, including a focus on a poor midfield performance and a rare off-day for Victor Lindelof. Also included are the regular youth, loan, and women's round up as well as a preview of the upcoming FA Quarter Final against Wolves.

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Mar 13, 2019
S4 E31 - A truly great United night
44:53

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait spend 45 minutes dissecting and revelling in a truly special night for Manchester United. With three teenagers on the pitch, 10 players back home on the injury table and Paul Pogba injured in the stands, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Reds conquered Paris.


Romelu Lukaku scored twice and receives a healthy dose of praise. Marcus Rashford was superb and won it for United, who were given no chance ahead of kick-off with odds of 22/1.


Enjoy the show. Enjoy your week. Up the Reds.

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Mar 07, 2019
Extra: I love Paris in the springtime
2:01
Audio montage after Manchester United's stunning comeback victory at the Parc des Princes to progress into the UEFA Champions League quarter-final.

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Mar 07, 2019
S4 E30 - Injuries provide opportunities
36:55

Six goals. Two hard-fought victories. Home and away. A hugely important week in Manchester United’s top four pursuit as a draw between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby means Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Reds leapfrog the Gunners.


United beat Crystal Palace 3-1 on Wednesday night in South London before a 3-2 comeback victory against Southampton at Old Trafford. Romelu Lukaku scores four goals in a week to silence his critics, including us.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss those two games and preview the away leg of United’s CL knockout fixture against Paris Saint-Germain.


And as always there’s our extensive youth, loan and women’s round-up, unique to the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.

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Mar 04, 2019
S4 E29 - OT rocking for draw with Liverpool
39:29

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss an odd 0-0 draw against rivals Liverpool.


Manchester United suffered three injuries in the first half, with Marcus Rashford hobbling throughout, too. But the atmosphere at Old Trafford was fantastic and the Reds played well.


The pair talk McTominay, Pereira, injuries, Pogba, Alexis and more.


As always we have our extensive youth and loan round-up, as well as an update on the women’s side. And the boys preview games against Palace and Southampton.


Cheers for listening.

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Feb 25, 2019
S4 E28 - Class at Chelsea
38:18

Another amazing night to add to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's glorious, ever-growing collection as Manchester United manager. The Reds beat Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup Fifth Round, knocking out the holders and securing a first victory in that part of West London since 2012.


Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera score one each and are heavily praised by hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait. There's also a preview of the Liverpool game on Sunday.


As always, we have our regular youth, loan and women's round-up.

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Feb 20, 2019
S4 E27 - Gutted by PSG
27:24

Harry Robinson discusses Manchester United’s first defeat under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Reds were beaten 2-0 by Paris Saint-Germain.


A slightly different episode format as Harry gives some analysis from various points in the day of the game. The morning of, the afternoon, the hours before at the pub, in the ground and after the game near Old Trafford.


A normal episode with Harry alongside Jack Tait will be released soon enough, looking ahead to Chelsea, too.

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Feb 13, 2019
S4 E26 - Reds buzzing + PSG preview (with ESPN's Jonathan Johnson)
39:08

A jam-packed episode as hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk Fulham, PSG, Martial, Pogba, Chelsea and more.


The Reds dissect a 3-0 away win against Fulham in the Premier League and pour praise on to Paul Pogba, scorer of two goals, and Anthony Martial, scorer of one, plus Ander Herrera.


Jonathan Johnson, PSG and French football correspondent for ESPN FC, gives us his insight into Paris Saint-Germain and the latest on their injury situation. That interview begins at about 17 minutes into this episode.


As always, there’s our extensive youth, loan and women’s round-up, and we answer your questions.


If you’re enjoying the show, please leave us a review on iTunes. Cheers!

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Feb 11, 2019
S4 E25 - United turn gritty
39:43

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United have maintained their unbeaten run and stretched it to 10 games with a draw against Burnley and a win against Leicester City.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk through a huge number of issues, considering the fitness of the United players, a new contract for Anthony Martial, the trials and tribulations of Alexis Sanchez, the departure of Marouane Fellaini and Pogba and Rashford's brilliance.


There's even more than that, too. Plus our regular, extensive youth, loan and women's round-up with a few transfer deals and some good and bad results.

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Feb 04, 2019
S4 E24 - It just feels so good
18:09
A slightly different episode. Jack's unavailable this week. Harry was at the Emirates on Friday night so there's plenty of clips from that and lots more discussion as well as our regular youth round-up in a fantastic weekend for all of Manchester United's sides, from under-16s right up to the first team.

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Jan 26, 2019
S4 E23 - Rampant Rashford
29:46

Manchester United secured their seventh consecutive win and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has notched up a maximum 18 points in his first six league games as manager.


Marcus Rashford scored again, on his 150th appearance for Manchester United. He's only 21!


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about Rashford's development, a 2-1 win against Brighton & Hove Albion, the improvement of Victor Lindelof, Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera and much more.


They also preview Friday night's FA Cup Fourth Round away tie against Arsenal. And as always, Harry provides you with an extensive youth round-up.

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Jan 23, 2019
S4 E22 - Got our United back
36:12

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait dissect Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s 6th consecutive victory, the biggest yet. Marcus Rashford’s 44th-minute strike gave Manchester United a 1-0 away win at Wembley against Tottenham Hotspur.


It’s an amazing start to Solskjaer’s United career but your hosts are quick to insist that no one should be judging the Norwegian yet. 


Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford are praised and, rarely, so is the board… briefly.


There’s also our regular, extensive youth, loan and women’s round up. And we preview Saturday’s game against Brighton.

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Jan 14, 2019
S4 E21 - Ole's five star start
30:42

It’s the busy festive period which means there have been three matches since the last episode of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast was recorded. And they’ve all been wins.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with five wins from his first first games, a record only equalled by Sir Matt Busby. There has been goals, excitement, confidence.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk immediately after a 2-0 win in the FA Cup Third Round against Reading and also discuss wins against Newcastle United and AFC Bournemouth.


As well as all of that, the Reds preview next Sunday’s match away at Tottenham Hotspur.


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Jan 05, 2019
S4 E20 - Ole's triumphant Old Trafford Return
31:33
After Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's successful return to Old Trafford as manager with a 3-1 over Huddersfield, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait take you through the details of the game. Discussion focuses on the turnarounds from Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba in midfield, being able to unlock a deep defence, Marcus Rashford's brilliant form, and a preview of the upcoming game vs Bournemouth.

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Dec 28, 2018
S4 E19 - Solskjaer's at the wheel, how good does it feel
33:08

Merry Christmas everyone. I hope your true love brings you 12 Cantonas.


A busy week for Manchester United in which things twisted and turned until we landed upon the man who put the ball in the German’s net. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - Manchester United manager. It sounds good. It looks good. And so does the football. A 5-1 victory against Cardiff City in the late kick-off on Saturday evening to start the festive period.


Mike Phelan is back at the club, too, and his United side have scored 5 goals in two consecutive games, 2043 days apart. The last game he was involved in was the 5-5 draw with West Brom.


It was our first time scoring five since that game and a day of happiness and relief. An exciting day. A day that doesn’t signal a huge turning point, it doesn’t mean everything will now be fine. We will lose games this season, and probably quite a few. We still probably won’t make top 4 or win a trophy, but the excitement is back, the mood has rocketed upwards and it’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s red army now, and that’s brilliant to say.


If you enjoy the show - leave us a review on iTunes please! Thanks and Merry Christmas. Love you all.

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Dec 23, 2018
S4 E18 - Mourinho sacked
8:11
Jose Mourinho has been sacked. Harry Robinson gives you the latest and his thoughts on the matter in a short episode released 3 hours after the news.

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Dec 18, 2018
S4 E17 - Toothless in Spain, Anfield up next
33:52

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review a disappointing 2-1 loss to Valencia in the UEFA Champions League before previewing Sunday’s fixture for Manchester United against Liverpool at Anfield.


Olli Emmerson, writer for Anfield Index and Liverpool fan, joins the boys to look ahead to the game.


Harry provides the podcast’s regular extensive youth round-up as the under-19s faced Valencia in the UEFA Youth League. 


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Dec 13, 2018
S4 E16 - A comfortable victory
42:11

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait work their way through the week's action at Manchester United. They talk a comfortable 4-1 drubbing of rubbish Fulham, Romelu Lukaku's recent interview about his fitness, Marcus Rashford trying to emulate Ronaldo and Paul Pogba being an unused substitute.


They also look ahead to the midweek game against Valencia in the UEFA Champions League. Helping to preview that game is JOE.co.uk football writer Reuben Pinder, a fan of Valencia CF.


As always, Harry provides an extensive youth and loan round-up and this week, and from now on, there is also news from the Manchester United women's side.


Please leave us a review if you enjoy the show, and share it with your mates. Cheers for listening.

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Dec 10, 2018
From The Archives: Wayne Rooney audio montage
5:29

We made this montage after Wayne Rooney left Manchester United for Everton having just lifted the UEFA Europa League for the club, completing the club's, and his personal, trophy cabinet.


One of Manchester United's greatest ever players, the greatest goalscorer Old Trafford has ever seen and a man who represented the fight and desire that football fans adore so greatly.


Maybe you fancy a listen just for nostalgia's sake.

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Dec 09, 2018
S4 E15: Frantic Draw vs Arsenal
20:52
Host Jack Tait reviews the 2-2 draws against Arsenal and Southampton, picking out some key performers in both a positive and negative sense

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Dec 06, 2018
S4 E14 - The mediocrity project
29:33

Manchester United are 13 points off the relegation zone and 14 off the top of the table. And yet this is the team who came from behind in Turin against the Champions League favourites. These players and this team are clearly not spineless, they clearly can be great, they can do great things and can show how much they care. But a 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace really was deja vu, a flashback to every game against opposition of this standard.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss the result and look ahead to games against Valencia and Southampton as well as providing you with our regular extensive youth update as the U18s Manchester derby takes place.


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Nov 24, 2018
S4 E13 - Disheartening derby defeat
34:03

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about the recent loss to Manchester City in the derby as Anthony Martial scored a penalty but Manchester United were outclassed and outpassed at the Etihad Stadium in the Premier League.


The Reds were probably lucky to only lose 3-1 and so Harry and Jack talk comparisons to City, transfers, Mourinho, Fred and much more, as well as possible new contracts for veterans Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia.


As always we have our youth update as Mason Greenwood scores his 17th goal of the season.

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Nov 13, 2018
New podcast: United Through Time - taster
1:58

If you love Manchester United, enjoy listening to the Manchester United Weekly Podcast and host Harry Robinson, you'll also love this.


Harry's new podcast, United Through Time, looks at the long and famous history of Manchester United.


The first series focuses on the most influential individuals in the club's history. Episode one is about Louis Rocca, the second-generation Italian immigrant who brought Matt Busby to the club, helped to set up the academy and save the club from bankruptcy twice.


You can listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or acast and you can follow the new podcast on Twitter at @UtdThroughTime.


The website is over at www.unitedthroughtime.com

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Nov 12, 2018
S4 E12 - Something special in Turin
22:20

An amazing night in Turin. Manchester United’s biggest and best victory since Sir Alex Ferguson retired half a decade ago. The first time we have scored two goals in the final 5 minutes of a Champions League match since ’99. 


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait go through that victory, with Harry having quite a hoarse voice after the celebrations in Turin on Wednesday night.


They also look ahead to the Manchester derby.

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Nov 08, 2018
S4 E11 - More 2nd halves please
31:24

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait consider Manchester United’s inability to play football properly in the first halves of games.


The second halves, on the other hand, have been good. The two Reds talk why that is and why it’s an issue as well as the good form of Lindelof, Pogba and the possibility that Sanchez could be getting back on track.


There is a very brief youth round-up as we focus on the upcoming Juventus game.


Enjoy the show. Cheers for listening!

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Nov 06, 2018
S4 E10 - Accepting mediocrity?
36:47

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss whether Manchester United are accepting mediocrity in a number of sectors of the football club.


That question is raised in the backdrop of a win, a loss and a draw against Everton, Juventus and Chelsea respectively and the fact that defender Chris Smalling reached 300 games for the club on Sunday.


As always, we provide a youth and loan update and look ahead to next weekend's game.

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Oct 29, 2018
S4 E9 - Jose's Lifeline
40:15

Passion. Blood. Sweat. Tears. No, it’s not Andy Tate, but we saw some pride from the Manchester United players in a 3-2 comeback win against Newcastle on Saturday evening. 


Friday evening saw reports come out that Jose Mourinho was set to be sacked regardless of the result against Newcastle. That hasn’t happened, obviously. But when United went two goals down within the opening 10 minutes, it looked quite possible. It was an abysmal start, but United scored three times in the last 25 minutes through Mata, Martial and Sanchez. If the conceding two goals within the space of three minutes was traditional of this season, the comeback was more traditional of one of Fergie’s United team.


We saw quality, determination, pride and effort. That we haven’t seen that all season is obviously a negative, but it’s a life line for Mourinho.


So we’re talking that, and as always we have our regular youth and loan round-up as we head into the international break.

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Oct 08, 2018
S4 E8 - United: The soap opera
33:38

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about a Manchester United who is now full of “fear and predictability”. The hope is going. And so they choose who to blame. Jose Mourinho? The players? The board? Ed Woodward?


Man United are becoming like a soap opera. A 3-1 defeat to West Ham is discussed as well as 0-0 draw to Valencia in the Champions League and more.


As always we have our youth round-up. Enjoy the show. Cheers!

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Oct 03, 2018
S4 E7 - Edging towards Jose Out
31:12

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba in depth. Have they moved over to the Mourinho out section? 


Recording after two poor results against Wolves and Derby County, the two Reds dissect the issues on and off the pitch from those games.


Plus there’s our regular youth, loan and women’s round-up. Cheers for listening, enjoy the show!

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Sep 26, 2018
S4 E6 - Smalling is Zidane?
37:53

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk a good 2-1 win away to Watford as Romelu Lukaku scores with his belly and Chris Smalling with a stunning Zidane-esque strike.


They look at Alexis Sanchez and his Manchester United future as well as Marouane Fellaini and the Belgian’s ever-increasing importance in the Reds’ midfield.


As always, we have our regular and extensive youth and loan round-up with Mason Greenwood scoring a hat-trick for the under-18s.


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Sep 17, 2018
S4 E5 - Dissecting big issues
51:06

In a bumper episode during the international break, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait dissect all the current issues at Manchester United.


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Sep 07, 2018
S4 E4 - Turning into Arsenal?
38:32

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait try to break down a terrible 3-2 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion in the Reds’ second game of the Premier League season.


There is discussion on Jose Mourinho, individual errors, Mino Raiola, Ed Woodward and much more.


We also look ahead to Monday night’s fixture against Tottenham Hotspur and provide you with our regular, extensive youth and loan round-up.


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Aug 24, 2018
S4 E3 - The season begins
40:51

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk the opening day of Manchester United's season as they beat Leicester City 2-1 at Old Trafford.


The two Reds discuss Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw's performances and Pogba's words after the game in relation to Jose Mourinho.


As ever we have our extensive youth and loan round-up with news at all levels.


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Aug 14, 2018
S4 E2 - Pre-season tour musings
46:24

Contradictions, fickleness and mind-blowing stupidity sums up Manchester United fans on Twitter. So, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait try and dissect the issues of our pre-season tour of the USA without showing any of that.


We talk performances against Real Madrid in a 2-1 win, Liverpool in a 4-1 loss and AC Milan and San Jose Earthquakes.


We’re talking Mourinho, Martial, Alexis, Andreas Pereira, and some pretty big debates as well, actually, mainly around Jose Mourinho and his Man United future.


Cheers for listening, enjoy the show (and leave us a review if you do)!

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Aug 02, 2018
S4 E1 - WC, pre-season, transfers
46:55

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait go through all of the action of the last two months in an extended episode as Series 4 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast begins.


It's Jose Mourinho's third season in charge, though, and the boys dissect United players' performances at the World Cup, talk about three new signings who have arrived at Old Trafford, discuss the Reds' first pre-season game and what issues still need sorting under Mourinho.


It's a packed episode since we've left you without any for the last couple of months (exams, holidays, World Cup). Enjoy.

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Jul 20, 2018
S3 E32 - Cup final misery
35:51

A disappointing end to the season as Man United suffer defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup Final, meaning a trophy-less season in Jose Mourinho’s second campaign in charge.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk the 1-0 loss at Wembley, how well Mourinho followed us last season’s cup-double and the transfer window.


As always, we have our extensive youth round-up as one 17-year-old signs a professional deal and an under-20 United side beat Real Madrid to win an international tournament.


Cheers for listening throughout the season, leave us a review if you’ve enjoyed our company during a tumultuous campaign.

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May 21, 2018
S3 E31 - Coach Carrick + Cup Final preview
31:46

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk Michael Carrick as the English midfielder plays his final game for Manchester United befoee moving into a coaching role at the club.


As well as that, they talk about a 1-0 win against Watford and United finishing second in the Premier League, and look ahead to the FA Cup Final at Wembley on Saturday against Chelsea.


There's an extensive youth round-up too, with Man United's under-18s losing in the league final, and the manager in line for promotion to Jose's first-team set-up.

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May 15, 2018
S3 E30 - Arsenal + End of Season
45:44

Hosts Harry Robinson talk a fifth win against the Premier League's top five clubs in the last two months for Man United who are beating their rivals with regularity now and showing character to do so, this time doing that against Arsenal.


They also discuss their Player, Young Player, Goal, Best Moment, Worst Moment, U23s Player and U18s Player of the season in an extended episode recorded at the same time that the official ceremony was taking place.


Enjoy the show, cheers for listening.


They also discuss their End of Season awards.

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May 02, 2018
S3 E29 - Yet another Cup final
33:13

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss the FA Cup as Man United reach a fourth major final in three seasons, despite being labelled the team in transition.


Goals from Herrera and Alexis Sanchez, as well as fantastic performances from Paul Pogba and Phil Jones, secured a place in the FA Cup Final at Wembley in May with a 2-1 comeback victory against Tottenham Hotspur.


As well as talk about that game, we preview next weekend’s clash against Arsenal at Old Trafford and provide an extensive youth and loan round-up with big news for both the under-23s and under-18s.


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Apr 22, 2018
S3 E28 - Pogba turns MCR Red
38:58

A salivating Manchester derby on Saturday is revelled in as Manchester United, through a Paul Pogba double, deny Manchester City the chance to win the title at home against their main rivals.


It looked as if it could be one of the most humiliating days in United’s recent history. It ended with Man City fans crying in their seats.


A perfect day, and there’s a lot to discuss.


Plus, a good week for our youth sides as we give our regular, extensive youth round-up in the latter part of the episode.


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Apr 08, 2018
S3 E27 - Old Trafford atmosphere special
53:07

It’s the special we’ve been promising for months, focusing on the demise of the atmosphere at Old Trafford.


Host Harry Robinson takes us through the reasons for a decline in the great stadium, who is responsible, what must be done to fix it.


Speaking to three main guest, as well as regular co-host Jack Tait, the issues of safe standing, expansion, stadium lay out, touting and others are discussed.


Guests:


  • Andy Mitten | Founder of Manchester United’s oldest fanzine United We Stand and now a journalist writing for ESPN, GQ, FourFourTwo, the Sunday Times and many others.
  • Ian Stirling | Vice-Chair of the Manchester United Supporters Trust and representative at the club-run fans forum
  • Chris | The man behind MUFC Songs & Chants who supports United home, away and in Europe.


If you enjoy this episode, please share it on Twitter, Facebook or elsewhere. It’s been a couple of months in the making. Send us your thoughts on it, or any of the issues you here, to @UtdWeeklyPod on Twitter.


Cheers to our guests for their time. Enjoy the show!


Intro Music: Skint Kids Disco (No Hot Ashes)

Outro Music: Goose (No Hot Ashes)

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Mar 17, 2018
S3 E26 - Rashford rises to the occasion
33:08

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait celebrate 100 episodes of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast by talking about a great 2-1 win for the Reds against Liverpool on Saturday.


Marcus Rashford netted twice and there's praise for him, as well as Jose Mourinho, Romelu Lukaku, Scott McTominay, Eric Bailly and discussion about just why Juan Mata has become so important to the side.


As always we have our extensive youth round-up as both the U23s and U18s win in a great weekend for the club.


There's also thank yous to those who have helped us reach 100: to previous guests, to No Hot Ashes (the band whose song is used for our outro), to acast who host us so well and to you for listening every week. If you've enjoyed the show, please, please, leave a review on iTunes. It helps massively!

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Mar 11, 2018
S3 E25 - Typical Man Utd comeback
30:42

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait dissect a classic Manchester United comeback as Nemanja Matic strikes home a screamer in added time to create a magical moment away at Selhurst Park in a 3-2 win.


The negatives of the first half display are discussed in detail, including talking about the recent performances of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez, while Jose Mourinho, Romelu Lukaku, Juan Mata and Matic are praised.


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Mar 06, 2018
S3 E24 - Rom's defiant display
27:28

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait dissect a 2-1 victory against Chelsea with praise for Romelu Lukaku in particular.


Manager Jose Mourinho is also hailed for his in-game changes to the side, with substitute Jesse Lingard scoring the winner.


The two Reds talk a midfield three of McTominay, Matic and Pogba, looking at each of the three United players’ performances against Chelsea.


There’s discussion about a poor 0-0 draw away in Seville in the UEFA Champions League, and our regular youth round-up.


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Feb 27, 2018
S3 E23 - Munich + Huddersfield & Spurs
32:04

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait record on the 60th-anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster.


They remember Manchester United's 'fallen heroes', praise the club for the wonderful manner in which the anniversary has been conducted.


Both remember the first time they began to learn about Munich, and talk about it's impact on the club and on supporters.


Plus, there are chats on a 2-0 win against Huddersfield Town, a woeful 2-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley, and our regular extensive youth round-up plus a loan update.


Hope you enjoy the show, cheers for listening.

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Feb 06, 2018
S3 E22 - Munich, 60 years on (w/ Roy Cavanagh MBE)
29:28

Harry Robinson speaks to Roy Cavanagh MBE, author of over 20 sport books, about his new book: "The Day Two Teams Died", about the eight journalists who perished in the Munich Air Disaster, who are oft-forgotten.


Roy provides wonderful insight into the impact of Munich on the city of Manchester at the time, his experience as a kid supporting United aged 10-and-a-half. He also gives us his opinion on why Munich is still so important to Manchester United today.


It was fantastic to be able to speak to Roy. His book, written with Professor Carl Abbott, is available on Kindle and in paperback on Amazon.


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Feb 05, 2018
S3 E21 - Cup win, onto Spurs
30:38

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait dissect a comfortable 4-0 FA Cup Fourth Round victory against League Two Yeovil Town as Alexis Sanchez makes his debut for Manchester United.


Zlatan Ibrahimovic's future at the club is also considered, while there's conversations over Angel Gomes, Romelu Lukaku and Wednesday night's big game against Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley.


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Jan 29, 2018
S3 E20 - Alexis #7
33:49

Alexis Sanchez signs for Manchester United with Henrikh Mkhitaryan going the other way to join Arsenal in a rare player-swap deal.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait disect that news as well as discussing the Reds’ chances in the Premier League and UEFA Champions League, reviewing Saturday’s 1-0 win against Burnley and previewing the FA Cup Fourth Round fixture against Yeovil Town.


As always, we give you an extensive youth and loan round-up with good news on both of those fronts in the last week.


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Jan 23, 2018
S3 E19 - Stoke + Sanchez
39:06

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait have plenty to discuss with a comfortable 3-0 win against relegation strugglers Stoke City, Alexis Sanchez and much more.


They talk the media’s coverage of the Sanchez deal, Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s involvement in a possible transfer and why United shouldn’t be lambasted for paying such high wages.


After returning from their winter break, we have our regular extensive update on the youth sides at the club as well as news on the loanees.


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Jan 17, 2018
S3 E18 - Out of a rut?
30:01

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait analyse Manchester United’s 2-0 win against Everton to start off 2018 in good fashion.


There’s high praise and in-depth discussion on Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba.


The two teenage Reds also discuss the general performance, the formation, Anthony Martial, the transfer window and much more.


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Jan 01, 2018
S3 E17 - Tough festive weeks
39:48

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait dissect a tough two weeks for Manchester United after two consecutive 2-2 draws in the Premier League against Leicester City and Burnley as well as a 2-1 defeat in the Carabao Cup to Bristol City.


They talk through the bad (Ander Herrera, Jose Mourinho, Marcos Rojo, Marcus Rashford) and the good (Romelu Lukaku, Jesse Lingard, Luke Shaw, Jose Mourinho).


We talk transfers, individual players, Mourinho, the title race and much more.


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Dec 27, 2017
S3 E16 - Absymal derby defeat
29:34

Manchester United are beaten 2-1 in the Manchester derby and hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are talking parking the bus, a lack of clinical finishing, a terrible gameplan from Jose Mourinho, set piece disasters, flying milk bottles, spraying water, scraps in the tunnel and much more.


The under-18s, meanwhile, drew 2-2 with Liverpool, as described in our extensive youth round-up.


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Dec 12, 2017
S3 E15 - Ruthless Jesse, unbeatable Dave
34:09

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait revel in a week of ruthless and clinical counter-attacks from Manchester United as the Reds beat Watford 4-2 and then Arsenal 3-1, both away from home.


They hail the performances of Jesse Lingard and David de Gea as he put in one of the best goalkeepers shows in some years in the Premier League. They also look ahead to Sunday's Manchester derby and give you their regular extensive youth round-up.


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Dec 04, 2017
S3 E14 - Lucky Reds
27:07

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk a fairly miserable week as Manchester United are beaten 1-0 by FC Basel in the UEFA Champions League and get a fortunate own goal against Brighton & Hove Albion for a 1-0 win.


As always, we have our extensive youth and loan round-up as the under-18s faced Manchester City.


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Nov 26, 2017
S3 E13 - A world-class Pogback
25:58

Paul Pogba returns, and hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait revel in the Frenchman’s brilliance and his importance to Manchester United as the Reds dismantled Newcastle United in a 4-1 victory.


Goals for Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku and we talk both of them as well as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who was back in action after seven months out with a knee ligament injury.


It was a fantastic day for Man United, and it produces a positive episode. As always, we have our unparalleled youth and loan round-up with both the under-18s and under-23s in action on Saturday.


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Nov 20, 2017
S3 E13 - Utd beaten at the Bridge
33:24

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss Manchester United's failings in a 1-0 defeat to Premier League champions Chelsea.


They talk the poor form of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Romelu Lukaku, the absence of Paul Pogba, and Jose Mourinho's set-up at Stamford Bridge as well as the Portuguese's future at the club and United's title challenge.


As always we have our extensive and unparalleled youth and loan round-up.


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Nov 06, 2017
S3 E11 - Utd sink Spurs
28:34

Host Harry Robinson talks Manchester United's solid 1-0 home win against Tottenham Hotspur as the Reds stretch their unbeaten run at Old Trafford to an immense 36 games.


We also talk Anthony Martial and his impact off the bench, Romelu Lukaku's work rate, the phenomenal form of AshleyYoung and much more.


As always we have our unparalleled youth and loan round-up, with a bit of discussion on England's youth teams as United's own Angel Gomes lifted the U17 World Cup with the Young Lions on Saturday.


As well as all of that, there's a little teaser for our Old Trafford episode, a three-minute clip from our interview with Andy Mitten, founder of United We Stand.

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Oct 29, 2017
S3 E10 - Shock Defeat
23:01

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait dissect a shocking 2-1 defeat for Manchester United against Huddersfield Town.


The two teenage Reds discuss the issues shown in Saturday afternoon's performances, Ander Herrera and Jose Mourinho's post-match comments and much more.


As always we have our unparalleled youth and loan round-up as the under18s score six for the second consecutive league game and the under-19s draw 2-2 with Benfica.


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Oct 23, 2017
S3 E9 - Jose Bore-inho?
31:57

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk a 0-0 draw for Manchester United away to Liverpool at Anfield.

Jose Bore-inho or Jose the pragmatist? Should Man United be more proactive in big games?

The two Reds talk the individual performances of David de Gea (best in the world?), Romelu Lukaku, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Ander Herrera and miss the influence of Paul Pogba.

As always we have our unparalleled youth and loan round-up as United’s under-18s batter Wolves 6-1 thanks to a Mason Greenwood hat-trick and Angel Gomes performs well at the U17 World Cup.

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Oct 15, 2017
S3 E8 - Anfield Away Preview
29:36

It’s only a few days until the day you look out for when the fixtures are announced: Liverpool vs Manchester United… Anfield away.

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about the upcoming North-West derby, Man United’s injury situation, their best recent memories of Anfield away. They’re joined by Liverpool fan Brad Simms (@fortyyardpass on Twitter).

As well as that we have our unparalleled youth and loan update.

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Oct 09, 2017
S3 E7 - Four goals all the time
30:53

Two more victories, eight goals scored, four in each, Manchester United are in VERY good form.

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk a 4-1 Champions League win against CSKA Moscow and a 4-0 Premier League win against Crystal Palace.

The two teenage Reds discuss the form of Marouane Fellaini, the merits of a three-man defence, the injury situation at Old Trafford and the talents of Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.

As always we have our unparalleled youth, loan and international round-up of Manchester United's youngsters.

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Oct 02, 2017
S3 E6 - A Gritty Win
32:26

Manchester United got 3 points at Southampton after a backs-to-the-wall performance against the Saints.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about Man United retaining their unbeaten record in the Premier League, Romelu Lukaku's 'racist' chant, Phil Jones' shockingly good start to the season and the left-back situation.


As always we have an extensive youth and loan round-up for you, the best there is out there.


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Sep 24, 2017
S3 E5 - Return to the Champions League
26:06

It was a comfortable return for Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League as the Reds marched to a 3-0 victory.


A bittersweet one, though, in a way, as Tuesday night's captain Paul Pogba hobbled off after 19 minutes with a hamstring injury that may rule him out for a month.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk that game, Pogba, the second coming of Victor Lindelöf, the frustrations of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and the value of Marouane Fellaini and Ashley Young.


They also preview Sunday's game against Everton and, as always, provide an extensive youth and loan update.

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Sep 13, 2017
S3 E4 - 4-0 wins for everyone
35:06

Man United have had their best start to the season since the 1890s. That's an actual fact.


So, we're in a good mood and we're talking two consecutive 4-0 victories, against West Ham Utd and Swansea City. It's been an incredible start for the team, but also individually for Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku, Nemanja Matic, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial.


Jose Mourinho's wearing a suit again, so he must be in a good mood. We talk about that.


We also give you a youth and loan round-up, with plenty of news at that level.


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Aug 22, 2017
S3 E3 - Pre-season & Matić
33:31

There's plenty to talk about. 6 wins, 1 defeat & one new midfielder.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about the signing of midfielder Nemanja Matic and go through seven pre-season games.


As well as that, it's the UEFA Super Cup against Real Madrid next Tuesday, before the start of the season.


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Aug 03, 2017
S3 E2 - Farewell to a Legend: Wayne Rooney
50:33

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait reminisce about the peak of Wayne Rooney as the Manchester United man leaves for his boyhood club, Everton, after 13 years at the club.


With dramatic music and dramatic commentary, you're getting the full works.


We talk through his best moments at the club, get goosebumps from hearing Clive Tyldsley's electric commentary of some many of them, discuss whether he fulfilled his potential, talk about the controversy around transfer requests and the next Man United captain.


It's a special episode, and one we're quite pleased with. Enjoy the show, cheers for listening, leave us a review if you like it.


Hosts: Harry Robinson, Jack Tait Edited by: Harry Robinson Footage via ITV, BBC, Sky, ESPN, Fox, Premier League etc.

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Jul 12, 2017
S3 E1 - Romelu is Red
29:00
We're back, with a bang. Romelu Lukaku is a red and hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk the Belgian striker for 30 minutes for the start of Series 3.We also talk Ivan Periśič and Álvaro Morata as well as Fabinho and Julian Weigl.In a later episode this week, we have an hour-long special on Wayne Rooney as the club legend departs for Everton.Enjoy the show, cheers! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jul 10, 2017
S2 E43 - Transfers: Lindelöf + Morata
25:10
Harry Robinson presents a transfer special on Victor Lindelöf and Alvaro Morata as one signs for Manchester United and the other is strongly linked to the club.To find out more about the pair, Harry speaks to Jan Hagen on Lindelöf and Marca staff writer Chris Winterburn on Morata.Enjoy the show, leave us a review if you do! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jun 16, 2017
S2 E42 - Extra: Carrick testimonial
8:25

A short episode as Harry Robinson looks ahead to Michael Carrick's well-deserved testimonial.

There's clips from Carrick as a 13-year-old, Patrice Evra as well as a few minutes on why Carrick deserves all the plaudits coming his way from an incredible career.

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Jun 03, 2017
S2 E41 - Season Review (part two)
29:16

It's part two of our bumper season review.


We talk to Manchester United multi-media journalist Ryan Grant about what it's like when a new signing comes in and his goal of the season.


After that, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait give you their awards: player, most improved player and goal of the season. They tell you who they'd sell, remind you of their best moments of the season (ie, Rojo eating a banana on the pitch) and more.


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Jun 02, 2017
S2 E40 - Season Review (part one)
37:43

It's part one of a bumper season review.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss whether the season has been a success, what Manchester United must improve on next season, what lessons have been learned.


There is in-depth discussion about finishing chances, why Jose Mourinho must use a wider system, and more.


In part two (released on Friday), we talk to Man United multi-media journalist Ryan Grant about what happens in the media office when a new signing comes in, his goal of the season and what it's been like travelling with the squad this season.


As well as that, the two teenage Reds give you their goal of the season, best moments of the season, player of the season and talk for some time about Paul Pogba and Eric Bailly.


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Jun 01, 2017
S2 E39 - Campeones: The set is complete
34:26

Treble winners, right? Right? Well, if José Mourinho has his way, that’s what we’ll be being called.


It’s the Mickey Mouse treble, but it’s been a fantastic finale to a season full of ups and certainly full of downs. Come the end of it, though, Manchester United have won three trophies and will be in the UEFA Champions League next season.


Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk the UEFA Europa League final victory against Ajax as Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored either side of half-time. It’s a Stockholm special, with a couple of questions from you listeners as well.


Enjoy the show, it’s been a tough week, stay safe and have a great week everyone.

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May 26, 2017
S2 E38 - Stockholm Special + the kids are alright
34:27
It's a Stockholm Special as all focus turns to the UEFA Europa League on Wednesday night against Ajax.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk about Manchester United's youngsters making an impact against Crystal Palace before moving onto Wednesday's big game.In the first half of this episode, they talk amongst themselves before being joined by AjaxDaily.com's Kevin Suave for some fascinating insight into what to expect from Ajax.Enjoy the show. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 22, 2017
S2 E38 - Stockholm Special (w/ Ajax Daily's Kevin Suave)
15:49
AjaxDaily.com's Kevin Suave chats to us about his team playing our team in the Europa League.Kevin tells us Ajax's strongest players, how they can beat United, how Man United can beat them, why Kasper Dolberg is the best striker at the club since Patrick Kluivert and more, talking to Harry Robinson.We'll have another episode for you out on the Europa League Final with Harry Robinson and Jack Tait later on. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 22, 2017
S2 E37 - Stockholm, Spurs, Success?
27:38
Stockholm; it’s happening. Man United secured a place in the Europa League final with a 1-1 draw at home to Celta Vigo, but followed it up with another poor defeat in North London, this time losing 2-1 to Tottenham Hotspur in the final game at White Hart Lane.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk those two games, Jose Mourinho’s mentality towards the Premier League in the final few games and more.As always, we have our extensive youth and loan round-up. The under-18s have already finished their season, while the under-23s finish their season as we record, so check our Twitter @UtdWeeklyPod for the result of that game at Old Trafford against Spurs. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 15, 2017
S2 E36 - Unbeaten run gone
29:47
A 25-league game unbeaten run is lost as Man United are beaten 2-0 away to a poor Arsenal side.All the eggs are now in the Europa League basket. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk that and more.As always, we have the most extensive youth and loan round-up for Manchester United in the podcast world. The under-23s drew 2-2 with Arsenal, and the under-18s lost 3-0. Meanwhile, Aidan Barlow and Lee O'Connor have been in international action at the under-17 Euros.Enjoy the show, cheers. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 09, 2017
S2 E35 - Injuries and Draws
38:51
Since last week’s episode, Manchester United have had an injury, a suspension and two points in the Premier League.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait criticise José Mourinho’s squad management with Paul Pogba and Eric Bailly injured in recent weeks.They also slate the lack of gametime for Axel Tuanzebe and how that could come back to bite Mourinho in the arse in the coming weeks.Plus, we’ve got our usual youth and loan round-up as United’s under-15s, u17s and u18s were all in action, with Harry watchings the u15s beat MK Dons 3-0 on Friday night, and bumping into Ashley Young.We also preview games against Arsenal and Celta Vigo. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 01, 2017
S2 E34 - Bittersweet Successful Week
36:54

Two wins against Anderlecht and Burnley set Manchester United up for a Europa League semi-final against Celta Vigo and gives the Reds a good chance for top four in the Premier League.

Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk those two victories for José Mourinho’s side, Anthony Martial, Wayne Rooney, injuries to Zlatan Ibrahimović and Marcos Rojo and much more in Series 2 Episode 34 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.

As always we have our extensive youth and loan round-up on 23 minutes. And we preview the Manchester derby on 25 minutes.

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Apr 24, 2017
S2 E33 - Mourinho's Easter Masterclass
32:58
One of the best performances since Sir Alex Ferguson as a José Mourinho masterclass sees Manchester United beat Chelsea 2-0 at Old Trafford.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait praise the entire team’s performance, picking out Ander Herrera and Marcus Rashford, the goalscorer, in particular. They hail Mourinho’s first masterclass at Old Trafford.There’s also an update on how Man United’s under-19s fared in Texas at the Dallas Cup.Enjoy, and leave us a rating/review if you do. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 16, 2017
S2 E32 Extra - Pre-Anderlecht w/John Chapman
9:35
John Chapman (@BelgoFoot) joins the Manchester United Weekly Podcast to preview the Reds' Thursday night trip to Anderlecht in the UEFA Europa League.John tells us who to look out for, whether Youri Tielemans is all that and why Anderlecht may not play a full strength side.Enjoy. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 10, 2017
S2 E32 - Goals in the Sunderland sun
40:23

A comfortable, routine win for Manchester United against Sunderland and hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk that 3-0 victory straight after the match.


They also talk the future of Adnan Januzaj, the merits of a return for Javier Hernandez, Luke Shaw and much more.

If you stay listening right until the end, you can also hear our extra episode where we talk to John Chapman, aka @BelgoFoot, to preview Thursday night's Europa League tie against Anderlecht. He tells us what to look out for from the Belgian side and why they may not play a full strength side. Alternatively, just download the separate episode!


There’s our regular unparalleled youth and loan round-up as Harry previews the Dallas Cup for Man United’s under-19s and looks at Sam Johnstone and Andreas Pereira on loan.


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Apr 09, 2017
S2 E31 - Draw Ja Vu
32:12

Manchester United were held at home by [insert team name here] in the Premier League.


José Mourinho's men are not playing the way United should, nor are they winning. They're predictable and were naïve on Saturday in that 0-0 draw with West Brom, so say hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.


They talk that, missing Paul Pogba, how the full-backs can show a team who is frustrated and Jack knowing Matty Willock, the academy player who made the bench on Saturday.


As well as all that, they preview Tuesday's game against Everton and Saturday's trip to Sunderland.


Of course, we also have our unparalleled youth and loan round-ups as the under-18s lose 4-3 to Chelsea and the under-16s finish 3rd at the Liam Brady Tournament. (Loan round-up was recorded before Andreas Pereira played for Granada against Barcelona, so there you go).


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Apr 02, 2017
S2 E30 - Mourinho Review
39:24
Host Harry Robinson is joined by brother Will to review José Mourinho’s time at Manchester United so far.They talk performances, style of play, tactics, youngsters, Luke Shaw, Pogba, Zlatan, transfers and much more.Harry also gives you a five-minute update on some youth transfer news with a couple of signings for United at academy level, international round-ups for the youngsters and the first teamers. Enjoy the show! If you’ve got a spare two minutes, give us a review on iTunes. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Mar 29, 2017
S2 E29 - Out of Sixth
34:17
Man Utd not in sixth? No chance. Well, that’s what’s happened this weekend as the Reds beat Middlesbrough 3-1 thanks to goals from Marouane Fellaini, Jesse Lingard and Antonio Valencia. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk that, Rashford, fixture congestion and more on Series 2 Episode 29 of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.As ever we have our unparalleled (in the podsphere) youth and loan round-ups as well as this our international round-up for both our youth players and previewing where our senior players will be playing.Thanks for listening, enjoy the show. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Mar 22, 2017
S2 E28 - Stamp. Elbow. Draw.
35:20
Seven draws out of 14 home league games for Manchester United, the latest a 1-1 draw with AFC Bournemouth as Zlatan Ibrahimović was centre of attention, getting stamped on, elbowing someone and missing a penalty.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss Man Utd’s unmatched ability to fail to finish chances as well as debating Zlatan’s antics on Sunday and whether José Mourinho’s side can be better without the Swedish talisman.Send your thoughts to @UtdWeeklyPod on Twitter.As always, there’s an extensive youth and loan round-up as Man United finish second in the U18 Premier League North to qualify for Merit Group 1 and the Reds finally sign a Gundogan.Enjoy the show, cheers!If you like the show, please give us a rating or leave us a review.
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Mar 06, 2017
S2 E27 - Piss-boiling cup win
26:37
EFL Cup Champions as Zlatan Ibrahimović steers Manchester United to success. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk that, hail the Swede, revel in the celebrations on Sunday afternoon, particularly that of Wayne Rooney and Eric Bailly.Meanwhile, we have our usual Man United youth and loan round-up this week with a number of transfers at under-16 level for the club as well as defeat for the undr-23s in the Premier League International Cup and a 2-2 draw with Liverpool at under-17 level. Alex Timossi Andersson, a Swedish striker on trial at United, opened the scoring in that game.Thanks for listening, enjoy the show. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 27, 2017
S2 E26 - Zlatrick + one
16:02
Harry Robinson hosts a bitesize episode in the absence of regular co-host Jack Tait, talking midway through a fortnight full of Cups.It was a successful first half with Manchester United beating Blackburn Rovers 2-1 on Sunday, progressing into the FA Cup quarter-final where they’ll face Chelsea. That was having already beaten Saint-Etienne 3-0 at Old Trafford with a hattrick from Zlatan Ibrahimović on Thursday night.The second leg of that fixture is on Wednesday. Harry previews both that and the EFL Cup Final on Sunday, against Southampton.Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Marcus Rashford and Zlatan Ibrahimović are all discussed.Of course, we have our regular youth and loan round-ups as Man Utd’s under-17s beat Burnley 7-0 but it’s bad news for the under-23s who sit in the relegation zone of Premier League 2.Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 21, 2017
S2 E25 - 2000th point
31:41
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk a comfortable 2-0 win over Watford in the league as they hail José Mourinho’s choice of system.They also look ahead to a Europa League Round of 32 match-up with AS Saint-Etienne and an FA Cup Fifth Round tie with Blackburn Rovers.There is high praise for most of Saturday’s team after an entertaining performance, one of the best for Manchester United in a long time.As always we have an extensive youth and loan round-up as we provide an update on Tahith Chong’s injury after the under-18s won 4-0 against Newcastle on Friday. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 13, 2017
S2 E24 - Edging closer to top four
26:37
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a comfortable, though not perfect, 3-0 win against Leicester City as Henrikh Mkhitaryan shines in the number 10 role.There’s also talk, inevitably, about Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw’s situation as well as Wednesday night’s frustrating 0-0 draw against Hull City and United’s top four hopes.As always we have an extensive youth and loan round-up as Man United’s under-18 side beat Wolves 3-0 thanks to goals from Angel Gomes, Josh Bohui and a Zak Dearnley volley. Manchester United’s under-23s play on Monday night while the under-15 side won a tournament at Carrington on Sunday, beating Spurs on penalties in the final.In loan news, Dean Henderson returns from Grimsby Town and, although Harry forgot to mention it, Sam Johnstone made a costly error for Aston Villa as they lost 2-1 to Nottingham Forrest.Monday, February 5th marks 59 years since the Munich Air Disaster. We will remember them, we will never, ever forget. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 05, 2017
S2 E23 - Cup progress galore w/Simon Peach
33:08
Host Harry Robinson is joined by Simon Peach, Chief Football Writer for the Press Association, to discuss a 4-0 win over Wigan Athletic, transfers, the EFL Cup Final.The pair talk on a whole host of topics as Manchester United reached the EFL Cup Final where they'll face Southampton, the team Simon supports, took one step closer to the FA Cup Final and showed great squad depth in the process.They also talk transfers with Luke Shaw and Anthony Martial the subject of discussion while suggestions of unhappiness with Wayne Rooney were dashed post-show.Despite Simon's presence, we still have our regular extensive youth and loan round-up as the under-18s score five for the fifth time this season, this time against Sunderland away from home.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonGUEST: Simon PeachPodcast

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Jan 30, 2017
S2 E22 - Rooney x250
45:49
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk and reminisce about Wayne Rooney as the Englishman surpasses Sir Bobby Charlton to become Manchester United’s all-time top goalscorer.Rooney got the big 250 on Saturday afternoon with a wonderful free-kick to snatch a point in the 93rd minute from Stoke City.Although there’s some nice talk about Rooney’s best strikes, both Reds are frustrated by United’s inability to finish chances as another chance to catch up on rivals is wasted with Liverpool losing and Manchester City and Spurs drawing.As always we have an extensive youth and loan round-up as the under-18s draw 1-1 at Everton and there’s more positivity for loanee goalkeepers Sam Johnstone and Dean Henderson as well as Andreas Pereira who scored a Ronaldinho-esque free-kick for Granada.Rooney talk 00:00Stoke game 22:40Youth/Loan 33:00Hull City 34:00Questions 36:00Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast

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Jan 23, 2017
S2 E21 - Pogbad (not just him) w/Charlie Malam
30:32
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are joined by VAVEL UK’s Liverpool editor Charlie Malam to discuss a 1-1 draw between Manchester United and Liverpool at Old Trafford.Paul Pogba is both criticised and defended, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is only praised, and Ander Herrera should have been heavily praised, but he was so invisible in his brilliance, we forgot to mention how vital he was.As always, we have an extensive youth (or not, the under-18s game was postponed) and loan round-up (yes, five United loanees in action).Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast

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Jan 16, 2017
S2 E20 - Reading Dispatched
35:09
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait cram in an episode between two winnable Cup ties. The first saw Manchester United dispatch Reading with ease, a 4-0 victory at Old Trafford. The second comes on Tuesday in the EFL Cup semi-final against Hull City.While paying praise to Wayne Rooney after the Englishman equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record at Manchester United, Marcus Rashford is also discussed after his brace. Even Marouane Fellaini draws praise.As always there’s an extensive youth and loan round-up as Kieran McKenna’s took an under-19 side to Germany for the Sparkasse&VGH Cup. United won the tournament after midfielder Callum Whelan saved two penalties in the final of the 5-a-side competition.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast

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Jan 09, 2017
S2 E19 - Happy Birthday to us
36:50
Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a pair of wins either side of New Year's Day on the one-year anniversary of this podcast.Apart from thanking you for your immense support over the past you, we discuss a satisfying, brilliant comeback against Middlesbrough amidst a terrible refereeing performance.2017 brought no difference as Mike Dean unsurprisingly stole the show at the awful London Stadium as Manchester United beat ten-man West Ham 2-0.As always we've got an extensive youth and loan round-up with difficulties for Jose Mourinho in the youth goalkeeping department with Sam Johnstone set to join Aston Villa on loan.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jan 03, 2017
S2 E18 - Mkhitaryan with the Midas touch (w/ Sam France)
36:01
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…Manchester United have won four consecutive league games and are unbeaten in many more.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait revel in the most glorious of goals from Mkhitaryan on Boxing Day in a 3-1 win against Sunderland.Later in the show they’re joined by Middesbrough fan and editor at VAVEL UK Sam France to discuss the upcoming fixture against the Boro, on New Year’s Eve.As always, there is a comprehensive youth and loan round-up.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast GUEST: Sam France Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Dec 28, 2016
S2 E17 - Five Cantonas (Zlatan will do)
25:06
ANOTHER positive episode from hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait after the run up to Christmas sees four consecutive wins, the latest a 2-0 victory against West Brom at the Hawthorns.They’re delighted with the unity at United at the moment, with Paul Pogba the highlight of the recent run, as well as Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with 10 goals in 9 games.As always, there is a comprehensive youth and loan round-up with both the under-18s and the under-23s winning since we last spoke to you.MERRY CHRISTMAS.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Dec 18, 2016
S2 E16 - A week of wins (three of them) - w/ Sam Smith
20:07
We’re joined by Crystal Palace Editor at VAVEL UK Sam Smith to talk about Manchester United’s 2-1 win at Selhurst Park. It’s the most positive episode in a while after United had beaten Spurs and Zorya Luhansk too, with two back-to-back wins in the league for the first time since August.As always, there is a comprehensive youth and loan round-up as the under-18s were surprisingly knocked out of the FA Youth Cup in the Third Round.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast GUEST: Sam Smith Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Dec 15, 2016
S2 E15 - Frustrated at frustration
28:07
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait try and fail to describe a 1-1 draw to [insert team name here] in another way that isn’t frustrating.Oh, hold on, that’s just the new template for our show’s description. This week it was West Ham United at home.Hold on, that was last week, wasn’t it? This week it was Everton away at Goodison Park.They also talk about the positives of a generally good, but, erm, frustrating week at Old Trafford. (That was from last week, too…)As always, there is a comprehensive youth and loan round-up as the under-18s drew 2-2 in an exciting game at home to Manchester City while the under-15s were in action in the MTU Hallencup. Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Dec 05, 2016
S2 E14 - Water Bottles
27:43
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait try and fail to describe a 1-1 draw at home to [insert team name here] in another way that isn’t frustrating.Oh, hold on, that’s just the new template for our show’s description. This week it was [West Ham United] at home.They also talk about the positives of a generally good, but, erm, frustrating week at Old Trafford. It wouldn’t be a Manchester United discussion without something on Paul Pogba so, of course, the Frenchman comes up.Looking further back, United beat Feyenoord 4-0 with a wonderful performance from Henrikh Mkhitaryan who is praised, as are Daley Blind and Michael Carrick.Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho has been charged for kicking a water bottle and apparently is not seen differently to other managers by the FA… ahem.As always, there is a comprehensive youth and loan round-up as the under-18s score four again and the under-23s draw 2-2 vs Reading.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Nov 28, 2016
S2 E13 - Frustration at home.... again
24:03
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait try and fail to describe a 1-1 draw at home to Arsenal in another way that isn’t frustrating. They also talk about the positives of a generally good, but, erm, frustrating, performance at Old Trafford. It wouldn’t be a Manchester United discussion without something on Paul Pogba so, of course, the Frenchman comes up.Looking ahead, United face Feyenoord on Thursday before West Ham in the league on Sunday.As always, there is a comprehensive youth and loan round-up with Callum Gribbin scoring a hattrick for the under-18s in a 3-3 draw at Liverpool this weekend.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Nov 22, 2016
S2 E12 - We should have scored 20, we scored none
31:36
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jakc Tait use the word frustrating on many occasions to discuss a, erm, frustrating 0-0 draw with Burnley which included 37 (THIRTY SEVEN) shots on goal.They also talk about a more positive Manchester derby victory in the EFL Cup and look at the week ahead with games against Fenerbahce in Turkey and Swansea in Wales.As always, there is a comprehensive youth and loan round-up with the under-17s going to Slovakia and three young Reds in action on the international stage; Ethan Hamilton, Angel Gomes, and Nishan Burkart.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Oct 30, 2016
S2 E11 - Hammered at Chelsea
37:02
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait rant, to put it nicely, about a dismal 4-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge on Jose Mourinho’s return to Chelsea.They discuss more, too, but it’s a pretty sombre episode as Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s faults are found out and the value of Michael Carrick is realised.As always, there is a youth and loan round-up, with things more positive at that level for Man United.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Oct 24, 2016
S2 E10 - Liverpool (w/ Ollie Emmerson)
38:13
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait talk international break plus a big game to return to club football with, the derby against Liverpool on Monday night as they’re joined by the enemy in Ollie Emmerson.There is that and more as they discuss how to solve Eric Bailly’s absence when the Ivorian leaves for the African Cup of Nations in January, talk Wayne Rooney and England, and, as always, there is a youth and loan round-up.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast GUEST: Oliver Emmerson Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Oct 14, 2016
S2 E9 - Blistering United Score Four
34:56
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are in better form thanks to two wins on the bounce from Manchester United, the latest a wonderful blistering 4-1 victory against champions Leicester City.The two teenage Reds discuss that, and the role of captain and soon-to-be top goalscorer of all-time Wayne Rooney following Jose Mourinho dropping the Englishman, the first time that has happened since Boxing Day 2015. There’s also a brief chat about the League Cup victory away at Sixfields, a 3-1 win vs Northampton Town.It’s September, and that means another busy week ahead for United with the famous (erm) Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk coming to Old Trafford before Mark Hughes’ blundering Stoke City side visit the Theatre of Dreams on Sunday.As always, we have a youth and loan round-up.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Sep 26, 2016
S2 E8 - Miserable Week Review
39:02
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait miserably discuss three consecutive losses for Manchester United, the latest two to Feyenoord and Watford.Not only that, but the re-appearance of unwanted issues and shirking away from big decisions from Jose Mourinho.Another busy week is ahead with a League Cup fixture away at Sixfields against Northampton Town before hosting Leicester City at Old Trafford on Saturday.As always, we have a youth and loan round-up.We’re running for an award, vote in one click (with a tweet) here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack Tait Podcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Sep 20, 2016
S2 E7 - Manchester Derby Review
21:12
Harry Robinson discusses a 2-1 loss in the Manchester Derby, the positives to come out of the defeat as well as some negatives that must be worked on.Jack Tait is missing, settling into the American way of life after leaving for university, but will be back soon.Harry also looks at the busy week ahead with games on Thursday and Sunday against Feyenoord and Watford respectively.As always, we have a youth and loan round-up.We’re running for an award, vote in one click (with a tweet) here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonPodcast Enjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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Sep 12, 2016
S2 E6 - Zlatan tramples Saints
35:55
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait speak with delight of Manchester United’s start to the season, this time a 2-0 win at home to Southampton.Paul Pogba made his (second) debut, Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored another two goals, and Marouane Fellaini resembled something of a footballer; in fact, he was our man of the match.We also discuss the Mata/Mkhitaryan enigma, who is our most hated player in the Premier League, not forgetting our weekly youth and loan round-up, too.As Harry mentions in the outro, we shall be silent next week due to various date clashes. In the meantime, check out our youth season preview with the excellent Tracey Germaine (S2E5) here.You can also listen to our interview with the Times’ Chief Football Correspondent Oliver Kay on his book “Forever Young; the story of football’s lost genius Adrian Docherty.” Check that out here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Enjoy the show!Check out our website here Get bonus content on Patreon

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Aug 21, 2016
S2 E5 - Youth Season Preview
32:25
Tracey Germaine, an expert on Manchester United’s youth sides, joins Harry Robinson and Jack Tait to preview the season for the two main youth sides, under-18s and under-23s.The trio discuss the state of the academy, where the two sides will be competing over the next nine months, which players to look out for, and much more in this special episode of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.For more information throughout the season on United’s youth sides, check out Tracey’s Twitter, below.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Tracey Germaine Enjoy the show!Check out our website here Get bonus content on Patreon

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Aug 18, 2016
S2 E4 - Bournemouth + Saints
23:58
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review an excellent opening day win against AFC Bournemouth as Manchester United became exciting once more.They also preview Friday night’s fixture against Southampton as well as Jose Mourinho’s backing of Memphis Depay and the potential signing of Jose Fonte.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Enjoy the show!Check out our website here Get bonus content on Patreon

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Aug 16, 2016
S2 E3 - Community Shield + Season Preview
36:51
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait preview the season after Manchester United have become exciting again. Mourinho, Zlatan, Mkhitaryan, Bailly, and Pogba are all in, the Reds have their aura back again.Who will be the player to look out for? What's United's best starting XI? Where will United finish? All that and more in this season preview of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Enjoy the show!Check out our website here Get bonus content on Patreon

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Aug 10, 2016
S2 E2 - #POGBACK
25:35
“I’m back,” declares Paul Pogba as the Frenchman returns to Manchester United. In a bitesize episode, Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss the world-record transfer as the Reds beat Real Madrid to a player… for once.They talk about Pogba’s best position, where he’ll fit in, the commercial prospects, the size of the fee and how exciting it is to be a Manchester United fan right now.Also this week: we preview the season ahead in an episode released straight after this.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Enjoy the show!Check out our website here Get bonus content on Patreon

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Aug 09, 2016
S2 E1 Pre-Season Preview
22:54
Harry Robinson presents a pre-season preview as Manchester United face Borussia Dortmund and rivals City in China before heading to Sweden to play Galatasaray.We’re joined by Manchester City fan Josh Lawless (@JoshLawlessMCFC) to discuss a Manchester derby out of the country for the first time, a surreal setting for such a huge game.Harry also reviews United’s 2-0 victory against Wigan Athletic where new signings Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly made their debuts.Listen to our transfer special on Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Josh Lawless (Guest) Enjoy the show!Check out our website here Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jul 20, 2016
S1 E25 - Zlatan Time
26:23
Harry Robinson presents a special transfer episode on Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkihitaryan’s arrival after an exciting week for Manchester United fans.Ligue 1 football expert and journalist Jonathan Johnson joins Harry to discuss Zlatan Time in Manchester and how he will cope with a tougher league as well as his impact on the club as a whole, off-the-pitch as well as on it.Later in the episode, Jack Tait briefly joins Harry from sunny Tenerife on holiday to discuss both Zlatan and Mkhitaryan.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Jonathan Johnson Get kitted out for EURO2016 here. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jul 04, 2016
S1 E24 - Euro round-up after England embarrasment
26:06
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait return from a brief break with a full round-up of the international action for Manchester United’s players in France at EURO 2016 and in the USA for the Copa America.Predominantly, they discuss England (we couldn’t help it) after woeful management sees Roy Hodgson resign after the Three Lions are embarrassed by little Iceland.Despite that, every United player and former-United players away on international duty are discussed.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Get kitted out for EURO2016 here.We recently had an interview with Oliver Kay, the Times’ Chief Football Correspondent, on his new book Forever Young, the story of Adrian Doherty “the lost genius”. You can listen to it here. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jun 28, 2016
S1 E23 - Youth Season Review with Jonny Bohane
22:47
Jonny Bohane joins hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait to review the season for the youth sides at Manchester United.The under-21s lifted the Premier League title for the second consecutive season while the under-18s faced a tough season, finishing 4th in Tier 3 of the U18 Premier League.We reviewed the first team’s season and you can listen to that here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Jonny Bohane Get 1000s of Retro and Current Manchester United Football Shirts here on Classic Football Shirts.FInd Jonny Bohane's United youth blog here.Enjoy the show!We recently had an interview with Oliver Kay, the Times’ Chief Football Correspondent, on his new book Forever Young, the story of Adrian Doherty “the lost genius”. You can listen to it here. Listen to Mourinho/Van Gaal talk here.. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jun 01, 2016
S1 E22 - Season Review
41:53
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait review the season in its entirety, looking at the best goals, moments and players as well as the worst moments, players et al.They also review all the loan players’ seasons including James Wilson with Brighton & Hove Albion fan George Kane.In a separate episode, to be released imminently, they review the academy’s season with another guest, Jonny Bohane (@United_U21 on Twitter), looking at the under-18 and under-21 sides.Get 1000s of Retro and Current Manchester United Football Shirts here on Classic Football Shirts.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast George Kane We recently had an interview with Oliver Kay, the Times’ Chief Football Correspondent, on his new book Forever Young, the story of Adrian Doherty “the lost genius”. You can listen to it here.We hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @UtdWeeklyPod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show! Listen to Cup Final review here. Listen to Mourinho/Van Gaal talk here.. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 31, 2016
S1 E21 - Farewell Louis, greetings José
32:02
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss Louis van Gaal’s departure from Manchester United and Jose Mourinho’s imminent arrival.On Tuesday, a bitesize episode, a review of the Cup Final where Jesse Lingard wrote his name into the history books, was released. You can listen to it here.Listen to a special episode, an interview with Oliver Kay, the Times’ Chief Football Correspondent, on his new book Forever Young, the story of Adrian Doherty “the lost genius”. You can listen to it here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Get 1000s of Retro and Current Manchester United Football Shirts here on Classic Football Shirts.We hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @UtdWeeklyPod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 26, 2016
S1 E20 - Bitesize Cup Final review
16:36
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss FA Cup glory in a bitesize episode after Jesse Lingard’s glorious winner at Wembley on Saturday evening.In another episode to be released soon after, the sacking of Louis van Gaal and imminent arrival of Jose Mourinho is discussed in depth.Listen to a special episode, an interview with Oliver Kay, the Times’ Chief Football Correspondent, on his new book Forever Young, the story of Adrian Doherty “the lost genius”. You can listen to it here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Get 1000s of Retro and Current Manchester United Football Shirts here on Classic Football Shirts.We hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @UtdWeeklyPod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 24, 2016
S1 E19 - Cup Final week + Premier League finale review
21:42
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss the Premier League finale to Manchester United’s season, missing out on top four with a draw to West Ham and a farcial fixture against AFC Bournemouth.More importantly, it’s Cup Final week! We preview that game at Wembley on Saturday, a 5:30 kickoff in the FA Cup Final against Crystal Palace.This week, it’s a shortened episode after our special midweek episode, an interview with Oliver Kay, the Times’ Chief Football Correspondent, on his new book Forever Young, the story of Adrian Doherty “the lost genius”. You can listen to it here.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcast Get 1000s of Retro and Current Manchester United Football Shirts here on Classic Football Shirts.We hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @UtdWeeklyPod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show! Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 18, 2016
Interview: Oliver Kay on new book, Forever Young: Adrian Doherty
38:49
The Times' Chief Football Correspondent Oliver Kay joins Harry Robinson in a special edition of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast.Predominantly, they discuss Oli's new book, Forever Young. It is the story of Adrian Doherty, once regarded as "the new George Best" and "better than Ryan Giggs". In one of football's tragic stories, "the lost genius" was forced out of the game by a cruciate knee ligament injury.He left football entirely as his former friends, the Class of '92, were lifting Cup after Cup and League after League trophy. In June 2000, having moved to the Hague, Doherty slipped into a river and never woke again.His story is a sad one, but as Oliver Kay is keen to remind us, Doherty was a unique individual and while it is a sad story, it is fascinating.After discussing the book, they briefly discuss Manchester United and how the club also now fit "the lost genius" tag, although in a different way to Doherty.Forever Young, by Quercus Books, is released on May 19th. Order it hereFind us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonOliver KayPodcastThanks to Oliver Kay for his time. Apologies for the poor quality of sound in this episode.Ryan Giggs' words in the middle of the podcast are from BBC Newsline.The clip of Adrian Doherty singing in the podcast's outro are from YouTube. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 16, 2016
S1 E18 - Top four is on, somehow
31:15
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss Manchester United’s top four hopes after a 1-0 win in sunny Norwich and a draw elsewhere.They also preview two must-win games that could decide Louis van Gaal’s future at the club and Manchester United’s long term future. On Tuesday, the Reds travel to West Ham for the last ever game at their famous Boleyn Ground. In the final game of the Premier League season, United host Bournemouth at Old Trafford.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Find us on Twitter:Harry RobinsonJack TaitPodcastWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with the Times' Chief Football Correspondent Oliver Kay on his new book, Forever Young. Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 08, 2016
S1 E17 - Unspectacular against Champions elect
34:03
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss an unspectacular draw against Champions-elect Leicester City and Louis van Gaal’s “sex masochism”.They also preview a must-win game against relegation strugglers Norwich City.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://aca.st/b891e6 Get bonus content on Patreon

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May 02, 2016
Extra: Manchester United Managerial Special
37:59
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss the managerial situation at Manchester United in a managerial special. Who can take over from Louis van Gaal in the summer? Jose Mourinho? Mauricio Pochettino? Ryan Giggs? Laurent Blanc? Or can van Gaal continue?The two Reds discuss that all in this special episode. This was recorded at the very start of April, so some stats or even some opinions may be out of date! We hope you enjoy nevertheless, and if you have a suggestion for the next Manchester United manager, tweet us at @UtdWeeklyPod.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://aca.st/b891e6 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 28, 2016
S1 E16 - Martial magic at Wembley
30:50
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss one of Manchester United’s great FA Cup moments as Anthony Martial sent the Reds to the final for the first time since 2009 with a 93rd minute winner against Everton.They also review the midweek game against Crystal Palace, who will be United’s FA Cup Final opponents on May 21st. Wayne Rooney’s future in midfield is talked about too and a tough home match against champions-elect Leicester City is previewed.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://aca.st/b891e6 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 24, 2016
S1 E15 - Que Sera Sera
32:13
The fifteenth episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a classic Cup tie, the last ever at the Boleyn Ground.A less-than classic win at home to Aston Villa is reviewed too and they also preview the midweek league tie against Crystal Palace and the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley against Everton.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here https://aca.st/b891e6#ManchesterUnited #mufc #LouisvanGaal #DavidDeGea #MarcusRashford #FACup #Wembley #TimothyFosuMensah #RyanGiggs #JoseMourinho #PremierLeague #Football Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 17, 2016
S1 E14 - Humbling defeat at the Lane
28:33
The fourteenth episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a terrible capitulation at White Hart Lane as the Reds were humbled 3-0 by Tottenham Hotspur.They also preview the FA Cup quarter-final replay at the Boleyn Ground against West Ham United and a must-win game against one of the Premier League’s worst ever sides, Aston Villa.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://aca.st/b891e6 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 11, 2016
S1 E13 - Top four hopes continue (just)
33:31
The thirteenth episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a dull but good win against Everton as Anthony Martial scored Old Trafford’s 1000th Premier League goal and the club honoured Sir Bobby Charlton.They also talk about the merits of Daley Blind and Timothy Fosu-Mensah, before previewing a tough trip to White Hart Lane to face Tottenham Hotspur in the league.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here https://aca.st/b891e6#ManchesterUnited #mufc #LouisvanGaal #DaleyBlind #TimothyFosuMensah #Everton #Tottenham #HarryKane #PremierLeague #ThankYouSirBobby #SirBobbyCharlton Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 04, 2016
S1 E12 - International round-up + news
8:18
A little episode of 2016’s new podcast, Manchester United Weekly.This week, we recorded a managerial special for you where hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discussed who could replace Louis van Gaal in the summer, and even whether the Dutchman could continue himself. However, there have been some technical issues so to keep things ticking here is Series 1 Episode 12 – extra.A full international round-up of senior and youth players as well as the regular senior and youth news updates and loan watch.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here https://aca.st/b891e6Our outro music is ‘Goose’ by No Hot Ashes, available on Spotify and iTunes. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Apr 01, 2016
S1 E11 - A week of contrasts with two derbies
40:20
The eleventh episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss another disappointing night at Old Trafford, this time against Liverpool in the UEFA Europa League. There was an improvement against local rivals Manchester City, and Harry discusses a victory thanks to Marcus Rashford’s 5th goal in 8 games with City fan Josh Lawless.Josh also speaks about the youth ranks at City while Jack and Harry discuss Rashford, Anthony Martial as well as answering all the questions sent in on Twitter.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodGUEST Josh Lawless: www.twitter.com/JoshLawlessMCFC We hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://aca.st/b891e6 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Mar 22, 2016
S1 E10 - Huge week ahead, poor one put behind us... again
30:35
The tenth episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss the lack of fight in a weak loss to Liverpool at Anfield in the UEFA Europa League, as well as a 1-1 draw with West Ham United in the FA Cup.They also discuss Marouane Fellaini and other big topics from the last week for Manchester United.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://aca.st/b891e6#ManchesterUnited #mufc #LouisvanGaal #Liverpool #JurgenKlopp #UEFAEuropaLeague #EuropaLeague Get bonus content on Patreon

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Mar 14, 2016
S1 E9 - Downbeat, disheartened, a huge week ahead
29:17
The ninth episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a terrible loss to West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League as well as a 1-0 win against Watford during midweek.They then preview a huge week ahead for the club, facing rivals Liverpool in the UEFA Europa League at Anfield before hosting West Ham United in the FA Cup.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comAll questions sent in this week have been answered but will be released on a separate episode.Enjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://audioboom.com/boos/4252994-manchester-united-weekly-podcast-extra-interview-with-jan-hagen-on-renato-sanches#ManchesterUnited #mufc #LouisvanGaal #Liverpool #JurgenKlopp #UEFAEuropaLeague #EuropaLeague Get bonus content on Patreon

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Mar 08, 2016
S1 E8 - The most upbeat of chats
39:23
The eighth episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a 5-1 thumping of FC Midtjylland in the UEFA Europa League and a glorious unexpected win against title challengers Arsenal.They also talk about getting Liverpool in the next round of the Europa League and answer multiple questions off Twitter.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodWe hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @utdweeklypod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!Listen to an interview with Jan Hagen on Benfica's Renato Sanches here: https://audioboom.com/boos/4252994-manchester-united-weekly-podcast-extra-interview-with-jan-hagen-on-renato-sanches#ManchesterUnited #mufc #Arsenal #Midtjylland #LouisvanGaal Get bonus content on Patreon

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Mar 03, 2016
Interview: Jan Hagen on Renato Sanches
8:36
This is an extra episode of the Manchester United Weekly Podcast as Harry Robinson talks to Jan Hagen, a football journalist dedicated to shedding light on the undercovered Portuguese Superliga.Harry and guest Jan discuss Benfica's newest gem Renato Sanches, the likelihood of the 18-year-old central midfielder joining Manchester United, and Sanches' style of play.Thanks for the continued support.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jan Hagen: www.twitter.com/PortuBallPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodThanks to Jan for joining us to shed the light of Sanches, he is the authoritative figure on Portuguese football.Outro music: Goose, by No Hot Ashes. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Mar 02, 2016
S1 E7 - Danish disgust, Cup delight + previews
46:08
The seventh episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a disgraceful defeat in Denmark in the UEFA Europa League, against FC Midtjylland.They also talk about the continuation of United's Cup run, where they will face West Ham United next in the quarter-final after a 3-0 win against Shrewsbury Town which the two hosts review.There are two match previews as the second leg of the Midtjylland tie comes up as well as Super Sunday clash with title challengers Arsenal, where they are joined by guest and Gooner Kiran Nagra.As always, there is the latest news update regarding the club, a look at how the youth sides are faring and how United's loan players are doing elsewhere across the globe.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitKiran Nagra: www.twitter.com/KN1886Podcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodThanks for your incredible support since we began at the start of January, and thank you to our guest Kiran Nagra. We hope you enjoy the show, and if you have any questions for next week's episode, send them to @UtdWeeklyPod on Twitter or mufcweeklypod[at]gmail[dot]comEnjoy the show!#ManchesterUnited #mufc #UEFAEuropaLeague #Arsenal #Midtjylland #LouisvanGaal Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 24, 2016
S1 E6 - Disappointing defeat, busy week ahead
38:23
The sixth episode of 2016's new podcast Manchester United Weekly, with hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait.The two United fans discuss their side's dreadful 2-1 loss at the hands of Sunderland in the Premier League as well as previewing two fixtures, one against Danish side FC Midtjylland in the UEFA Europa League and the second against Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup Fifth Round.An update on the latest United news over the past week as well as the usual academy update is provided in Series 1 Episode 6.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United football shirts here on sponsors Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodThanks for your immense support since we began in January, we hope you enjoy Episode 6, make sure to subscribe/review/share/follow.Intro and outro music belongs to Mancunian band No Hot Ashes, find them on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/no-hot-ashes/id929746208 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 13, 2016
S1 E5 - Despair at the Bridge, excitement is back + Pep/Jose
39:06
In the fifth episode of 2016's new podcast, Manchester United Weekly, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss an exciting win for the Reds at home to Stoke City in the Premier League. They also discuss a gutting late draw away to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and discuss the managerial situation at Old Trafford, with Jose Mourinho strongly linked and Pep Guardiola joining rivals Manchester City. This all comes amongst a large selection of news stories involving the world's biggest football club.Get 1000s of retro Manchester United shirts here on Classic Football Shirts: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodThanks for your immense support over the last four episodes, enjoy the show!Intro and outro music belongs to No Hot Ashes. Find them on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/no-hot-ashes/id929746208#mufc #ManchesterUnited #Football #Chelsea #StokeCity #JoseMourinho #PepGuardiola #ManchesterCity #mcfc #PremierLeague #LouisvanGaal Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 09, 2016
S1 E4 - FA Cup glory, Stoke + the Glazers
38:46
In the fourth episode of 2016's new podcast, Manchester United Weekly, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a win for the Reds away at Derby County in the FA Cup.They also preview a Premier League midweek clash with Stoke City and discuss the Glazers, amongst a large selection of news stories, at Manchester United.Buy 1000s of retro Manchester United shirts from Classic Football Shirts here: http://bit.ly/1SbetVUHarry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodThanks for your immense support over the last four episodes, enjoy the show!Intro and outro commentary belongs to BBC Sport.Intro music belongs to No Hot Ashes. Find them on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/no-hot-ashes/id929746208 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Feb 01, 2016
S1 E3 - One step behind on top four and youth set up
36:20
The third episode of 2016's new podcast, Manchester United Weekly. Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are joined by guest Tracey Germaine after a 'despicable, unsurprisingly shambles' of a loss to Southampton in the Premier League.They also have an in-depth criticism of the current academy set up at Manchester United with neighbours Manchester City miles ahead, following a 5-1 defeat in the FA Youth Cup to current holders Chelsea. Harry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitTracey Germaine: www.twitter.com/GirlOnUtdPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodThank you for your continued support; please keep following/sharing/subscribing/reviewing.Email us at mufcweeklypod@gmail.comIntro & Outro music: Goose by No Hot Ashes, available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/no-hot-ashes/id929746208 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jan 24, 2016
S1 E2 - Anfield, 4 goals + Southampton
32:17
The second episode of 2016's new podcast, Manchester United Weekly.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a great victory away at Anfield as Wayne Rooney scored in Liverpool. They also talk about a dramatic 3-3 draw against Newcastle United, preview next weekend's Premier League game against Southampton and give you a few more updates.Harry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodThank you for your incredible support as we've begun, all reviews/subscriptions/follows appreciated!Intro music by No Hot Ashes, on Twitter at @_nohotashes. Available on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/no-hot-ashes/id929746208Outro commentary from BBC Sport. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jan 19, 2016
S1 E1 - FA Cup, Anfield and transfers
40:50
The first full episode of 2016's new podcast, Manchester United Weekly. Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss a win against Sheffield United, the transfer window, Sunday's trip to Liverpool and more.Harry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodIntro music by No Hot Ashes, on Twitter at @_NoHotAshes. Available on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/no-hot-ashes/id929746208Outro commentary from Sky Sports. Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jan 12, 2016
S0 E0 - Introduction
16:07
The first episode of 2016's new show, Manchester United Weekly Podcast. Harry Robinson and Jack Tait welcome you to their new show, out every week. They also discuss United's victory over Swansea City on January 2.Harry Robinson: www.twitter.com/HarryRobinson64Jack Tait: www.twitter.com/UtdTaitPodcast: www.twitter.com/UtdWeeklyPodIntro and Outro music: Skank, No Hot Ashes. Buy the single here: http://nohotashes.bigcartel.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_NoHotAshes iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/no-hot-ashes/id929746208 Get bonus content on Patreon

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Jan 03, 2016