The FC crew discuss why Barcelona and Real Madrid's executives are still hanging on to the Super League dream. Meanwhile, on the pitch, Lionel Messi helps raise Barcelona's La Liga title hopes with a pair of brilliant goals. Plus, Leicester City gain some breathing room in the race for the Top 4.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens explain what factors were at play as the proposed European Super League ended after a few days. Plus, they discuss whether Borussia Dortmund could still challenge for a Champions League spot, what Cristiano Ronaldo was doing in the Juventus wall against Parma & Phil Foden's excellent form.
The FC crew discuss Manchester City's win over Aston Villa and if they should worry ahead of the Carabao Cup final. Their cup opponents, Tottenham, defeated Southampton in their first game of the post-Jose Mourinho era. Plus, Florentino Perez remains convinced the Super League has a future.
In yet another EMERGENCY PODCAST, the boys discuss the downfall of the European Super League... What caused it to unravel? Who were the biggest winners? And how might this change the sport moving forward? All that and more!
The FC crew discuss the eventful implosion of the Super League by analyzing why the plan never got off the ground and what state European football is now left in. Plus, Chelsea begin to show flaws after a dismal draw against Brighton, and why Jose Mourinho's tenure at Spurs didn't work out.
The FC crew break down the aftermath of the European Super League announcement and discuss the next steps for UEFA and the clubs involved. Plus, the guys recap Tottenham sacking Jose Mourinho the week before their Carabao Cup final and if Liverpool can finish the season in the top 4.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens break down what to expect from the newly announced club-run European Super League and discuss how the football landscape will look without the biggest teams in Europe. The guys also react to Tottenham Hotpsur's decision to sack Jose Mourinho go after their 2-2 draw against Everton.
The FC crew discuss the La Liga title race as Atletico extended their lead at the top of the table over Real Madrid. Plus, the guys discuss the race to finish top 4 in Italy, today's announcement about the potential European Super League and if Man United have a chance to challenge Man City for the PL title.
The FC crew discuss Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Manchester City which sent the blues into the FA Cup final for the 2nd season in a row. Plus, the guys break down West Ham's loss to Newcastle, Hansi Flick's immanent departure from Bayern Munich and Barcelona's thrilling 4-0 victory in the Copa del Rey final.
The FC crew discuss Tottenham's draw with Everton and wonder if the time has come for Harry Kane to leave in order to win trophies. Plus, the boys discuss Paul Pogba's comments about his former manager Jose Mourinho, preview Chelsea's chances to spoil Man City's quest for a Quadruple in the FA Cup and wonder if Bayern Munich will walk to a title after Leipzig's draw.
The Europa League semi-finals are set and the FC crew break down why Manchester United must win that trophy in order to consider their season a success. Plus, Manchester City's chances at winning the quadruple are evaluated, and the group give their favorites to advance in the UCL semi-finals.
It's a BONUS edition of Caught Offside as the boys look back on a couple really compelling days of soccer in the UEFA Champions League. Plus, so far so good for MLS in the CCL and might Tottenham need to find a new paint sponsorship partner?
Gab Marcotti is joined by Stewart Robson to discuss Liverpool's elimination from the Champions League and the declining performance of their front three. Meanwhile, regular co-host Julien Laurens dials in to discuss Paris Saint-Germain's victory against Bayern Munich and examine what separates Neymar from the very best.
The FC crew react to Pep Guardiola and Man City finally breaking their UCL jinx by defeating Borussia Dortmund to reach the semi-finals. Plus, Liverpool fail to find their typical comeback heroics against a rigid Real Madrid defense, and the group look ahead to the UCL semi-final match ups and debate who should be favored to go through.
Matteo Bonetti is joined by Nicky Bandini & Mina Rzouki to debate Antonio Conte’s lasting legacy in Serie A and whether he is undervalued as a manager. They then discuss the future of Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus, after he threw his jersey on the ground at full-time against Genoa. Plus, the group have their say on Zlatan Ibrahimovic remaining at AC Milan and the latest on the Serie A relegation battle.
The FC crew react to PSG knocking out the defending UCL Champions, Bayern Munich, after two thrilling ties between the French and German giants. Plus, Chelsea cruise past Porto and into the UCL semifinals, and the guys predict whether Liverpool and Dortmund have any chance at coming back against Real Madrid and Man City in their respective ties.