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The Football Huddle

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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May 28, 2018

This Champions League final will be remembered for many things, but most will probably never forget the mistakes of young Liverpool keeper Loris Karius. But, let's not forget the wondergoal of Gareth Bale -- a Gareth Bale that isn't too sure of his future.

As well as that, the lads discuss Sergio Ramos' tactics, his tackle on Mo Salah, and whether or not you'd have him on your team. And Cristiano Ronaldo found a way to get his name out there by asking for the trophy to be named after him. Nice thought, isn't it?

On top of that, Fulham find themselves back in the Premier League after defeating Aston Villa in the most expensive game in world football, while Rotherham and Coventry are also victorious in their respective finals.

But, what you're really here for, is to find out who won Win, Lose or Draw. There's no need for a recount. We have a decisive champion. 

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May 22, 2018

It may have been Antonio Conte's last game in charge at Chelsea, but still, Eden Hazard's penalty was enough to defeat Man United and see the club win their eighth FA Cup. Jose Mourinho, meanwhile, wasn't too fond of their play style, but what's new there?

There's been a lot of managerial changes in the Premier League postseason including Pellegrini for Moyes and another departure for Big Sam, but Unai Emery is stealing the headlines as he's all set to take the Arsenal job under the nose of Mikel Arteta.

Gareth Southgate has named the 23 players that will be in England's World Cup squad and there were a few notable omissions and inclusions.

And, as well as that, it's going down to the wire. Win, Lose, or Draw will be decided on the final game of the season like all good title races. 

Get your friends on board and listen to Colm, Andrew and Dan every week. This is the football podcast everyone needs.

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Email us: thefootballhuddlepodcast@gmail.com

Follow us on Twitter: @FBHuddle, @Colm_Ahern, @andrewknowles10, @murbroski

May 15, 2018

The Premier League season is officially over, which means it's time for a special bumper edition of The Football Huddle: the 2017-18 season review!

Are Man City one of the all-time great teams and do we back the Centurions nickname? Who is going to replace Arsene Wenger and can they bring glory back to Arsenal? Is a lack of spending from Daniel Levy holding Spurs back? Is Jose Mourinho a bully? Between Hodgson, Benitez and Dyche, who had a better season? Is Mo Salah the best Egyptian to ever come to the Premier League or is it still Mido? We answer some of these questions and more in almost two and a half hours.

As well as that, we look back at our predictions we made at the start of the year and see who does actually know this sport quite well and who needs to hand in their football and badge.

There are two more games to play this year, though, so we continue on with Win, Lose, or Draw. It's going down to the wire.

All this plus Win, Lose, or Draw where it’s far more exciting than the Premier League.

Get your friends on board and listen to Colm, Andrew and Dan every week. This is the football podcast everyone needs.

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May 7, 2018

Xherdan Shaqiri’s goal couldn’t keep Stoke City in the Premier League as the club fell to Crystal Palace and into The Championship. West Bromich Albion keep the dream alive with heroics against Spurs -- at least until Swansea and Southampton tomorrow night. And Arsene Wenger said goodbye to the Emirates for the final time.

Dan Murphy pops in to update the goings on in with his beloved Bolton Wanderers and the much-maligned Neil Warnock, while Andrew goes through the events of a snippy El Clasico and Napoli’s continued whimpering conclusion to their season.


Joey Barton’s Banterrific Banterman Bonanza (In Memoriam until the end of the Season) involves some Ribena and a discussion on Steven Gerrard’s decision to become Rangers manager.


All this plus Win, Lose, or Draw where it’s far more exciting than the Premier League.

Get your friends on board and listen to Colm, Andrew and Dan every week. This is the football podcast everyone needs.

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Email us: thefootballhuddlepodcast@gmail.com

Follow us on Twitter: @FBHuddle, @Colm_Ahern, @andrewknowles10, @murbroski

May 3, 2018

The scoreline in the Champions League semi-final between Liverpool and Roma flattered the Italian club, because while Liverpool's defence fell to the pieces in the second leg, Jurgen Klopp's boys were still definitely the better side overall -- and that's without an assistant manager. Bayern Munich could've done with a bit of luck against Real Madrid as they looked to stop the three in a row, but the born winners of the Bernabéu are out to make history.

The Premier League chat is relegated to a bit of a bounce around this week as Wenger is celebrated because he isn't a threat, and attention turns to the relegation zone which might actually give us something to talk about as we come to this season's conclusion. On top of that, it's all to play for when it comes to playoff places  and relegation in The Championship, and Napoli have basically thrown away Serie A.

The return of Joey Barton's Banterrific Banterman Bonanza (In Memoriam until the end of the Season) involves a man and his crane, some pundit banter, and the lovely James Milner.

All this plus Win, Lose, or Draw where one man's end of season form is taking the league table by storm.

Get your friends on board and listen to Colm, Andrew and Dan every week. This is the football podcast everyone needs.

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Email us: thefootballhuddlepodcast@gmail.com

Follow us on Twitter: @FBHuddle, @Colm_Ahern, @andrewknowles10, @murbroski

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