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Best David Ornstein podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best David Ornstein podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Athletic's Adam Leventhal hosts a special bonus podcast to bring you the inside story of how Chelsea have landed Timo Werner from Bundesliga side RB Leipzig so long a transfer target for Liverpool. Adam is joined by Athletic’s football correspondent David Ornstein, German football writer Rafa Honigstein and Liam Twomey who covers Chelsea. Detai…
 
The Athletic's David Ornstein is joined by our Spanish football writer Dermot Corrigan to discuss why Paul Pogba is unlikely to move to Spain this summer, shares notes on how La Liga has handled their own Project Restart and reveals why Mauricio Pochettino believes he is one of the Premier League's most influential coaches. Fabrice Muamba, former P…
 
The Athletic's David Ornstein, Matt Slater & Adam Leventhal bring you a special update on the latest news surrounding the Premier League's announcement that top-flight football will return on Wednesday June 17th, with details from the lengthy meeting that took place on Thursday where clubs thrashed out the latest steps in Project Restart…
 
Mark Chapman is joined by The Athletic's George Caulkin, Andy Mitten and Liam Twomey to look at the relationship between football and the fans. Do clubs take the loyalty of their supporters for granted? Is the matchday experience as good as it could be? How is the nature of being a fan changing? Has the influence of social media been a positive or …
 
Mark Chapman is joined by The Athletic's Amy Lawrence, Raphael Honigstein and Ed Malyon to look at the future of the mother of all football tournaments - the FIFA World Cup. Will Qatar hosting in winter and the expansion to 48 teams in 2026 ruin the World Cup as we know and love it? With yet more allegations of corruption surfacing can we really ta…
 
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