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The Football Huddle, is where Colm Ahern, Andrew Knowles and Dan Murphy put their heads together and attempt to deconstruct the beautiful game, pass by pass. They might fail while doing so, but at least you can chuckle at their ineptness.

The Football Huddle, is where Colm Ahern, Andrew Knowles and Dan Murphy put their heads together and attempt to deconstruct the beautiful game, pass by pass. They might fail while doing so, but at least you can chuckle at their ineptness.
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Ireland

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The Football Huddle, is where Colm Ahern, Andrew Knowles and Dan Murphy put their heads together and attempt to deconstruct the beautiful game, pass by pass. They might fail while doing so, but at least you can chuckle at their ineptness.

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@FBHuddle

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English


Episodes

#131: Irish Eyes Aren't Smiling

11/15/2017
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The 32 teams that will be at the World Cup in Russia are almost all sorted and two teams that won't be there are Ireland and Northern Ireland as both lost out to Denmark and Switzerland, respectively. So, what next for Martin O' Neill and his aging side, and where does Michael O' Neill go from here? Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes a commentator showing his bias and a post match interview feud that goes on and on. All this plus Win, Lose, or Draw where...

Duration: 01:01:03


#130: Jobs for the Moyes

11/7/2017
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Slavin Bilic is out and David Moyes is in as West Ham United lose 4-1 to Liverpool. After spending a ridiculous amount of money on him, Arsene Wenger leaves Alexandre Lacazette on the bench, only bringing him on for a consolation goal in Arsenal's defeat to Man City. And David Unsworth picks up an important win against Watford, but Everton are setting their sights high when it comes to Ronald Koeman's replacement. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes a man...

Duration: 00:35:24


#129: The Silence of the Fans

10/31/2017
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Jose Mourinho and Manchester United shush critics in the stands as they pick up a good three points against title rivals Spurs. Joe Hart is none too pleased with Antonio at the end of West Ham's game against Crystal Palace. And Leicester get the new manager bounce from Claude Puel's arrival, while David Unsworth struggles at Everton. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes the man himself, and a wonderful 60 seconds of non-league. All this plus Win, Lose, or...

Duration: 00:47:15


#128: Koeman Resources

10/24/2017
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After collapsing at the hands of Arsenal at the weekend, Everton sacked Ronald Koeman, but what can his successor really do? Dejan Lovren got the brunt of the blame for Liverpool's defensive errors against the much stronger Tottenham Hotspur. And Chelsea get past Watford thanks to goals from the inconsistent Michy Batshuayi. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes a former Liverpool defender criticising the current outfit, and an doting father who is eager to...

Duration: 00:59:54


#127: Troy Deeney Waxing

10/17/2017
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It’s that time of the year to question Arsenal’s grit again as Troy Deeney, or “The Equaliser”, proved the pivotal man in Watford’s win. Wilfried Zaha’s comeback for Crystal Palace coincides with the club’s first Premier League win this season, and against the champions, no less. And Craig Shakespeare has been sacked by the Leicester City board. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes some nose picking and commemorative shirts. All this plus Win, Lose, or Draw...

Duration: 00:54:37


#126: Here We Go McClean

10/10/2017
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It's The Football Huddle on the road this week as Colm and Andrew are joined by original Huddler Stephen Twomey as they chat the final few World Cup 2018 qualifiers on their way back from Cardiff. Ireland pulled it out of the bag and got an important victory in Wales, and join Northern Ireland in the playoffs. Wales are at a pivotal stage in their history as things look like they might be changing. Scotland fail to reach another tournament after earlier results in the qualifiers came back...

Duration: 00:44:47


#125: Kane's Awe Massacre

10/3/2017
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After a horrendous August and a sublime September, we ask if Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane is truly world class after bagging two goals against Huddersfield. Manchester City continue their dominance with a great performance against title contenders Chelsea. And Ireland FC gut out a 1-0 win against a lacklustre Everton at Goodison Park. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes some talk on keeper errors, subtitle woes, and Hazard's impressions All this plus Win,...

Duration: 00:59:43


#124: Jurgen Myth

9/26/2017
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We all know Liverpool are weak at the back, but is it time to ask questions of manager Jurgen Klopp rather than continuing to point the finger at the likes of Matip and Lovren. Manchester City continue to impress with a selfless Sergio Aguero and a squad worthy of rotating. And Everton's star man against Bournemouth was, the one-time outcast, Oumar Niasse. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes some talk on dogs, Alan Pardew, and the finest pundit in the...

Duration: 01:02:41


#123: City in Pink

9/19/2017
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Manchester City dazzle against Watford with stellar performances from De Bruyne, Aguero and basically everyone else. Man United didn't exactly do similar, but they did pick up all three points in the game where they welcomed back Wayne. And Arsenal were, surprisingly, better than Chelsea at the weekend. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes some chatter on a few players arguing over a penalty, and Harry Redknapp, obviously. All this plus Win, Lose, or Draw,...

Duration: 00:48:37


#122: DeBoered to Tears

9/12/2017
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Frank de Boer managed four games as boss at Crystal Palace, and Roy Hodgson is the new man in place to lead the London club to glory. Sadio Mane's red card against Man City split everyone as he split open Ederson's head with his boot. And it's no longer August, so Harry Kane has decided it's time to score and factored heavily in Tottenham's 3-0 win against Everton. Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza: In Memoriam includes some chatter on Mark Hamill's allegiances, Chris Sutton on...

Duration: 01:00:33


#121: O' Neill or No Neill

9/7/2017
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After getting 1 point from a possible 6 against Georgia and Serbia, Ireland now find themselves with a mountain to climb to get to Russia. England's results are irrelevant when the fans want performances that excite. And Northern Ireland quietly go about their business, and are ready to board the plane for World Cup 2018. Deadline Day has come and gone, but a lot of the big name players that were linked to clubs have stayed put. Or they've turned down Chelsea. Joey Barton's Banteriffic...

Duration: 01:19:55


#120: Stick It Up Your Arsenal

8/29/2017
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Mo Salah stands out in Liverpool's demolition of a horrendous Arsenal side, and questions have to be asked (for the eleventh time) of what's going on at the club. Newcastle United steamroll West Ham as Slaven Bilic's job is a topic of conversation. And was Raheem Sterling right to celebrate in the crowd after sealing the three points for Manchester City against Bournemouth? As well as that, Rumour Has It focuses on the transfers that are still being talked about leading into Deadline Day...

Duration: 01:16:25


#119: Barriers to Wembley

8/22/2017
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Tottenham Hotspur better shake off the Wembley jitters pretty soon or they'll find this season difficult after their 2-1 loss to Chelsea. Arsenal wish that they had Jesé's goal at the weekend as Stoke City beat them 1-0 in a result that surprised at first, but really, what did we expect? And Wayne Rooney continues to impress at his new club, as Everton get a point against title challengers Man City. As well as that, Rumour Has It focuses on the potential transfer targets for Chelsea like...

Duration: 01:19:37


#118: Sliced and Dyched

8/15/2017
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The current reigning and defending champions fall to the might of Sean Dyche's Burnley (and Stephen Ward's fancy footwork) and look very unsettled at this early stage. Man City are the team to beat after breaking down new boys Brighton, with Stephen Ireland back in the starting XI. And Man U's Summer signings paid off in their opening fixture against West Ham. As well as that, Rumour Has It focuses on Coutinho's move to Barca, Costa's move to the couch, and Spurs' move for anyone. The...

Duration: 01:27:53


#117: Premier League 2017-18 Season Preview

8/7/2017
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After a long Summer break where the boys have seen Ronald McDonald get involved in our chosen sport, among other wonderful things, they're back to discuss the forthcoming Premier League season team-by-team. Will Everton's spending see them break the glass ceiling? Will Lukaku be that secret ingredient Mourinho needs to propel his Man United side to greatness? How will Spurs deal with playing their home games away from White Hart Lane? Has Pep fallen in love with the idea of a defender? We...

Duration: 01:50:13


#116: Real Madrid, Champions League Winners 2016-17

6/6/2017
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For the third time in four years, and the first team to win the competition consecutively, Real Madrid are champions of Europe. The lads dissect the Champions League final between the Spanish giants and Juventus including Mandzukic's wonder goal, Sergio Ramos' tactics, Zinedine Zidane's managerial prowess and Cristiano Ronaldo's transformation. As well as that, Rumour Has It sees the boys give one last look at all the potential Summer transfers we'll be seeing over the coming months. And...

Duration: 01:01:19


#115: Arsenal, FA Cup Winners 2016-17

6/1/2017
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After a whirlwind season, and a controversial Alexis Sanchez goal, Arsenal came up trumps against Chelsea at the weekend and won the FA Cup Final — Wenger had to get a contract extension really, didn't he? Manchester United defeated Ajax quite comfortably in the Europa League final, cementing their Champions League status for next season. And Francesco Totti said goodbye to football and, more importantly, Roma. As well as that, Rumour Has It focuses on all the speculation going into the...

Duration: 01:10:29


#114: Premier League 2016-17 Season Review

5/23/2017
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This season has had a lot. Claudio Ranieri's exit and Leicester City's downfall and then resurgence. Arsenal and the Wenger In/Out saga. Big Sam keeping Crystal Palace alive in the top flight. David Moyes and the tragic comedy that was Sunderland. Both Manchester clubs failing to deliver on their promise. Spurs going one step further but not far enough. And Chelsea lifting the trophy aloft at the end of the season. Colm and Andrew go in depth on the Premier League 2016-17, and look at...

Duration: 02:24:26


#113: Chelsea, Premier League Champions 2016/17

5/16/2017
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They made it official: After defeating West Brom 1-0, Chelsea are indeed the champions of England and deservedly so, if only for Diego Costa's celebrations. Hull City are down after a terrible performance against Crystal Palace which become yet another team that Sam Allardyce has saved. And White Hart Lane gets torn down after Tottenham Hotspur put beat Europa League-loving Manchester United. As well as that, Rumour Has It focuses on Roberto Firmino and Paul Pogba's contracts. And Joey...

Duration: 00:58:56


#112: Lanzini in a Bottle

5/8/2017
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Spurs slip up against West Ham and basically ensure a Chelsea Premier League win at the London Stadium. Sunderland throw a spanner in the works at the bottom of the table as the beat Hull City 2-0 while having nothing to play for. And the most boring Manchester United and Arsenal game ever took place, too. As well as that, Rumour Has It focuses on where Jordan Pickford and Jermain Defoe will be next season. And Joey Barton's Banteriffic Banterman Bonanza sees a linesman get sick, a pitch...

Duration: 00:54:22

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