The original half-hour Manchester United podcast, now released every Tuesday and Friday morning for the 2023/24 season, featuring pre- and post-match analysis, detailed and insightful 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, Millie Turner, Andy Mitten, Simon Peach, Jon Mackenzie and Paul Hirst. Founded in January 2016, the Manchester United Weekly Podcast has for eight 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. Get bonus content on Patreon
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Harry Robinson is joined by Nathan, Kieran and Francesca (briefly) at Manchester United's match against Chelsea, with sounds from Old Trafford and analysis pre-, mid- and post-match. more
After last week's unintended break, hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait return to take a big-picture look at Manchester United by reviewing three away games at once: one win, one draw and one defeat. Avoiding the obvious narratives around the Newcastl... more
Part Two of the Manchester United Quiz, hosted by Liam, contested by Harry Robinson and Jack Tait. The second half brings some tasty questions and the winner! more
What a boring intro
I can’t rate this podcast highly enough. I’ve been an avid listener for the past two years having previously flirted with a few of the United podcasts out there. Within a couple of listens I knew I would be settling on this one. Harry and Jack are both articulate and considered with their opinions which are always balanced and structured. Clearly a lot of prep goes into their podcasts as the content continues to flow logically throughout each episode which makes them easy to absorb. more
2 great lads who have some great insight into the playing staff across men’s, women’s and youth teams. Fair and challenging critiques of results, although a little inconsistent with releasing episodes each week. more
Great listen. Excited for an extra episode every week for the new season. Sound/production has improved massively over the last couple of years as well. Top work.
Please please please sort the sound out… almost unlistenable at times.
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