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9.41 - The Larger of the Chuckles

Ahead of the final game of the season, David Mooney is joined in the studio by Manchester City fans Ciaran Murray and Kieran Clarke. The team discuss the draw with Huddersfield and the win over Brighton - or, more accurately, the Premier League trophy lift and the send-off for Yaya Toure. We take a look at some individual performers, with Leroy Sane, Aymeric Laporte and Bernardo Silva all catching the eye. We cast our gaze towards the goalkeeping change for Wednesday’s game and at the...


9.40 - Net Goes Swish

As this extraordinary season heads towards its conclusion, Sam Roscoe is back in the studio with the Daily Mail’s Jack Gaughan and ESPN’s Jonathan Smith to discuss this week’s Manchester City hot topics. We’re looking back at the victory over West Ham - analysing the role Raheem Sterling played in the result and his performances this season. We’re also looking at the calamity of errors that led to the home side’s consolation and the work rate of the forward players to get City in full...


9.39 - Spiders with David Attenborough

David Mooney is joined by Richard Burns from Yahoo Sports and Simon Bajkowski from the Manchester Evening News to discuss Manchester City’s week. The team are looking back over City’s 5-0 win against Swansea, analysing the role of Kevin De Bruyne after he missed out on the PFA Player of the Year award and looking at the return of Benjamin Mendy. Raheem Sterling has had a busy week eating breakfast the night after not winning awards, so the team look at the media coverage the winger is...


9.38 - A Bargain Bucket and a Glass of Prosecco

Sam Roscoe is back steering the good ship Blue Moon Podcast and leading the celebrations of the club’s third Premier League title win, Manchester City’s first before the final day of the season. He’s joined by’s Sam Lee and Richard Burns from Yahoo Sports - and they’re looking back over what turned out to be an excellent display at Wembley against Tottenham. David Mooney takes us through the key moments of the season that led to the title win, while the panel react to the team...


9.37 - Thrown All Over the Place

A bad week for Manchester City, but David Mooney is here with’s Sam Lee and ESPN’s Jonathan Smith to walk you through the pain of the last seven days. The panel discuss what went wrong in both the Manchester Derby and the Champions League tie with Liverpool. Was the problem the tactics? How about the team selection? What impact did refereeing decisions have on the results? We pick the bones out of the two games. We’re looking ahead to City’s trip to Wembley to face Tottenham, with...


9.36 - Please Let Me Go!

Sam Roscoe takes charge of Paul Atherton and Josh Garside as the team look back at a mixed week on Merseyside for Manchester City. After a great win at Everton’s Goodison Park, City put in a horror-show performance at Liverpool to leave themselves with so much work to do in the second leg, following their 3-0 loss in the Champions League. The team try to work out what went wrong and why Pep Guardiola decided to change his tactics for the match - and the affect it had on the team. We look...


9.35 - Pop Psychology

Looking ahead to the Manchester City trips to both Everton and Liverpool, David Mooney is joined by Howard Hockin and’s Sam Lee. We assess whether the receptions for returning players, like John Stones at Goodison or Raheem Sterling at Anfield, will have an effect on the team, and we’re also discussing where Pep Guardiola’s focus should be in the coming matches. With a little bit of needle from the FA over City’s discipline, we’re looking at whether there’s been a change under...


9.34 - A Giraffe with a Balloon

With no games in the days either side of this week’s show, Sam Roscoe - along with Manchester City fans Andy MacNab and Murd - takes the opportunity to delve into some of the off-the-pitch talking points. We take a closer look at the Champions League draw and how a trip to Liverpool in the first leg might (or might not) be as problematic as some seem to think, while Neil Atkinson from the Anfield Wrap gives us their verdict on the draw. Following talk of a hostile reception on Merseyside,...


9.33 - City’s Swiss Army Knife

ESPN’s Jonathan Smith and Yahoo Sports’ Richard Burns join David Mooney for this week’s instalment of the Blue Moon Podcast. We’re taking a look back at Manchester City’s trip to Stoke, with a focus on David Silva’s performance and Raheem Sterling’s return. We’re looking at the top of the Premier League table and looking at how likely it could be that Pep Guardiola’s side could win the title against their rivals Manchester United, while we examine if there’s anything in the manager’s words...


9.32 - Time + A Lot of Money = Really Good

Sam Roscoe is steering the good ship Blue Moon Podcast, with his guests Jack Gaughan from the Daily Mail and Richard Burns from Yahoo Sports. This week, the team review the victory over Chelsea and the defeat on the night to FC Basel - focusing on how Bernardo Silva is settling into the team, how Leroy Sane is hitting top form, and how Nicolas Otamendi has come on leaps and bounds in the last 12 months. David Mooney's been speaking to Pol Ballus from Diario Sport and Sid Lowe from the...


9.31 - The Moonwalk

After two successive 3-0 victories over Arsenal, David Mooney is joined by Richard Burns and Paul Atherton to look at the week that was. Pep Guardiola picked up his first silverware at Manchester City, before extending the team's lead to 16 points at the top of the Premier League. We're looking back at some of the star performances - assessing how Vincent Kompany would be right for feeling on Cloud Nine, how Bernardo Silva has quietly grown into this City team, and waxing lyrical over one...


9.30 - Acting it Out

David Mooney is a late substitute for the sick Sam Roscoe - and he presides over Richard Burns of Yahoo Sports and Sam Lee of as they discuss the last seven days of Manchester City news. It starts with a breakdown of the match at Wigan: Was Fabian Delph right to be dismissed? Why did Anthony Taylor change his mind? Were the fans out of order at the end? Was the stewarding up to task? We're also looking at Claudio Bravo's role in the squad, whether he can do better with some of the...


9.29 - Super Casual Pellegrini's City were Atrocious

David Mooney tries to keep control of Kieran Clarke and Ciaran Murray as the team discuss Manchester City's victories over Leicester in the Premier League and FC Basel in the Champions League. We're discussion Sergio Aguero's role in the squad and how that's changed under Pep Guardiola, while Raheem Sterling must be feeling positive after setting his critics right with his 20th goal of the campaign. We're looking at how Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan have settled into the team this...


9.28 - Grown a Left Leg

Sam Roscoe presides over the panel of the Daily Mail's Jack Gaughan and ESPN's Jonathan Smith to discuss Manchester City's last seven days. We're taking a look at the major talking points - including Raheem Sterling's open goal miss (and the fall out from it), Ederson's footwork and his ball handling, and the tiredness that seems to be spreading through the team. Tom Green assesses whether Pep Guardiola was right to name just six subs at Burnley or whether he should have given a chance to...


9.27 - The Last Refuge of a Scoundrel

Sam Roscoe is back to preside over Gaz and Richard Burns from Yahoo Sports, as the panel look back over two routine Manchester City wins. In the week where City's performances have been top notch, it's unfortunate that the officiating and the tough challenges that have been flying in on their players have hit the headlines - we're looking at how there has been a raft more of red-card-worthy tackles that have all been leniently punished. Would VAR have solved the issues? We're looking at...


9.26 - A Weird Portal to Greatness

Manchester City got back on track in the Premier League with a win over Newcastle and they made their first final under Pep Guardiola, too - all in all, not a bad week. David Mooney is joined by Howard Hockin and Richard Burns to chew the fat of the last seven days. In all of the good results, we're asking if there's an issue with the defence after no clean sheets in the last six and none since New Year's Eve, while we're also looking at John Stones after his hit-and-miss performances...


9.25 - Not Too Keen on You

After Manchester City's first defeat of the season, David Mooney is joined in the Blue Moon Podcast studio by City fans Helen Powell and Nic Unsworth to discuss one hell of a weekend. We're looking from back to front at the team in their loss at Liverpool, discussing why so many players had an off-day and just what the Blues have to do to get a win at Anfield. Should John Stones have had a foul for the second goal? Should Ederson have just booted it out of play? What did City's...


9.24 - Alexis Sanchez Transfer Special

David Mooney is joined by Goal's Sam Lee, ESPN's Jonathan Smith, the Manchester Evening News's James Robson and The Sun's Martin Blackburn to look at the latest developments of the Alexis Sanchez transfer to Manchester City. It's understood Arsenal want to sell the player and he'd like to play for Pep Guardiola - but could a disagreement on the price allow Manchester United to steal in? Will City meet Arsenal's demands to stop that happening or are they prepared to walk away? The...


9.23 - Squeezing Orange Peel

A week of cup comebacks is the talking point for Sam Roscoe and his guests Kieran Clarke and ESPN's Jonathan Smith. The team look back at Manchester City's FA Cup victory over Burnley and their EFL Cup success against Bristol City, focusing on how Sergio Aguero has returned to form to impact on the games. We're assessing John Stones's return from injury after he's had an eventful set of matches, while some smooth play from Ilkay Gundogan gets the panel fawning, too. We're discussing...


9.22 - Disaster of All Disasters

David Mooney takes charge of the first show of 2018 and he's joined by Richard Burns from Yahoo Sports and Andy Hampson from the Press Association to look at Manchester City's dip in form… as they drop points for only the second time this season. As well as the games with Crystal Palace and Watford to analyse, the team look at Sergio Aguero's situation at the club and his relationship with Pep Guardiola, while we also assess the impact the return of John Stones had on the defence. David...


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