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Updated May 2020
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Ray Hudson, Kaylyn Kyle and Andres Cordero react to the breaking news that Italy has suspended all sporting activity until April 3 as the country tries to curtail the spread of coronavirus. The Magisterial crew tries to get into the heads of the players involved in one of the tightest Serie A title races in living memory as they deal with the added…
 
There were bizarre scenes at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena over the weekend with both teams downing tools after a group of Bayern Munich ultras refused to remove banners insulting Hoffenheim’s billionaire owner, Dietmar Hopp. Andres Cordero and Eric Krakauer take control of the Mailbag and do their darnedest to make sense of the Bavarian club’s decision t…
 
After a week shrouded in self-doubt and worry, Real Madrid returned to winning ways with a convincing display over arch rivals Barcelona. Ray Hudson, Thomas Rongen and Andres Cordero don't leave a stone unturned in their analysis of Sunday's rollercoaster ride at the Bernabeu, and try to make sense of the game-winning exploits of Vinicius Junior an…
 
In the wake of back-to-back defeats, and with a two-point deficit in the LaLiga title race, Real Madrid come into El Clásico in desperate need of a result. From a hotel room somewhere in Madrid, Gabrielle Amado, Kaylyn Kyle and beIN SPORTS/beIN Español's Iñaki Angulo discuss Sunday's game and speculate how the two managers will line-up at the Berna…
 
What a difference a week makes! Amidst a very public institutional crisis, Barcelona returned to the LaLiga summit with new signing Martin Braithwaite paying instant dividends on his blaugrana debut. Elsewhere, previously high-flying Real Madrid followed up a disappointing draw with Celta with a disastrous defeat to Levante. And that’s saying nothi…
 
With 24 matchdays in the books, only one point separates Barcelona from frontrunners Real Madrid at the top of the standings. Ray Hudson, Gary Bailey and Kaylyn Kyle make their bold predictions about which of the two sides will get to decorate its trophy room with the La Liga title at the end of the season. Outside of Spain’s top two, the Mailbag c…
 
Celta Vigo left Zinedine Zidane's men with a bloody nose on Sunday, while Barcelona held tight to scoop all three points against Getafe. Only one point separates first from second in the LaLiga standings, and Ray, Kaylyn and Gary are excited, to say the least. Looking ahead, the Magisterial crew previews Atletico Madrid's tough test against the rei…
 
Getafe used to be a byword for boring, middle-of-the-road soccer, but that’s not the case anymore with Jose Bordalas putting a fire under the backsides of his players and getting them to compete, convincingly, for a Champions League spot. Ray, Thomas and Kaylyn take a closer look at the south Madrid side ahead of a challenging set of fixtures that …
 
Zinedine Zidane's men made a statement at El Sadar after suffering an early setback against Osasuna, while Quique Setien had to endure a roller coaster of emotions before settling on relief after Barcelona secured a nervy win over his former club, Real Betis. Ray, Kaylyn and Thomas analyze the state of LaLiga's top two, and wax lyrical about plucky…
 
From clinching back-to-back Premier League titles to falling 22 points behind the leaders Liverpool - Pep Guardiola's fourth season in charge of Manchester City has been a challenging one. The Magisterial crew discusses what's gone wrong for one of the world's greatest coaches and whether he can rediscover his managerial mojo in the face of Jurgen …
 
Zinedine Zidane and Diego Simeone played a 90 minute game of managerial chess on Saturday with the Real Madrid boss coming out on top thanks to some shrewd maneuvering at the halftime break. The Magisterial crew discusses what the El Derbi result means for both coaches, before checking in on Barcelona where, once again, Antoine Griezmann was oversh…
 
Neymar was personae non grata at the Parc des Princes at the start of the season, but Paris Saint-Germain's perception of the mercurial Brazilian seems to have changed. The Mailbag crew discusses how the most expensive player in history has worked towards repairing his reputation and become the Ligue 1 giants MVP. Plus, Ray Hudson advocates for the…
 
Quique Setien's honeymoon period came to an abrupt end at Mestalla over the weekend, allowing Zinedine Zidane's men to return to the La Liga summit. Elsewhere, it was business as usual at the Wanda Metropolitano as Atletico Madrid drew yet another blank. Eric Krakauer joins Ray Hudson and Kaylyn Kyle to discuss the latest swings and roundabouts in …
 
Hope Solo makes her Mailbag debut to discuss the Scottish FA's plans to follow in the US Soccer's footsteps to ban heading at youth level. The crew asks if a correlation exists between heading the ball and degenerative brain disease, and if the header might one day become a thing of the past at senior level, too. And, as Atletico Madrid's results c…
 
Quique Setien passed his first test with flying colors, but tougher examinations are still to come for Barcelona's new boss. Elsewhere, serious questions are being asked of Diego Simeone after another poor result for an out-of-sorts Atletico Madrid. Phil Schoen joins the Magisterial crew to discuss a contrasting weekend for the aforementioned LaLig…
 
With Luis Suarez possibly out for the rest of the season, new Barcelona boss Quique Setién and the club's board have a tough decision to make: promote from within or scour the market for an emergency January transfer. Miami FC's general manager and president, Paul Dalglish, joins the Mailbag crew to discuss how the Blaugrana might replace the irrep…
 
The inevitable has happened: Ernesto Valverde is now, officially, a former coach of FC Barcelona. The Magisterial crew looks back over the departing manager's time in charge of the LaLiga giants, calls out the blaugrana board's disrespectful handling of the situation, and discusses the appointment of former Real Betis boss Quique Setien. Plus, with…
 
Manchester United used to be the dominant force of English football, but alas those days are long gone. Gary Bailey joins the podcast to lament his former club's current situation and reflect on the good 'ol times when Alex Ferguson and David Gill ruled the roost. Plus, the crew discusses the pros and cons of the world's biggest clubs breaking away…
 
It's all square at the top of the La Liga table following Barcelona's capitulation against "cellar dwellers" Espanyol and Real Madrid's hard-fought win over Getafe. Ray Hudson rails against Ernesto Valverde's tactics and questions how Arturo Vidal fits with the club's tiki-taka philosophy, before the conversation turns to Los Blancos' lack of firep…
 
The past twelve months have been filled with countless moments of magic from the world of soccer. However, only one can claim to be 'the best'. In a packed field that includes the USWNT’s World Cup win, Lionel Messi’s sixth Ballon d'Or, and Flamengo’s return to Copa Libertadores glory, the Magisterial crew spices up the usual end-of-year format by …
 
This time ten years ago, Cristiano Ronaldo had only netted 13 of the 450 goals he would eventually score as a Real Madrid player, while Pep Guardiola's Barcelona had just become the only team in history to win 'The Sextuple'. A lot has changed since then, but one thing remains the same: the rivalry between the two clubs is still as fierce as ever. …
 
Following last week's goalless Clasico, Barcelona returned to scoring ways with a vengeance, while Real Madrid sputtered to a third straight draw. But do the results tell the full story? Ray Hudson, Thomas Rongen, and Andres Cordero scratch beneath the surface to assess what's really going on with Ernesto Valverde and Zinedine Zidane's teams. Meanw…
 
With LaLiga's eternal rivals gearing up for their first battle of the season, we sent our fearless Magisterial leader to the heart of the action. Ray Hudson, alongside Gabrielle Amado and Jamie Easton, reports from Spain ahead of Wednesday's Camp Nou showdown to discuss all things Barcelona and Real Madrid. It's not all Clasico talk, though, as Kay…
 
Ole's still at the wheel but is he steering Manchester United in the right direction? After Ray Hudson picks his jaw off the table talking about Luis Suarez's back-heeling exploits, the Magisterial crew considers Solskjaer's managerial chops as Mauricio Pochettino lurks in the Old Trafford shadows. Plus, Joaquin gets the golden alter treatment duri…
 
With the countdown officially underway for the first Clasico of the season, the Magisterial crew analyses Barcelona and Real Madrid's recent performances with a fine tooth comb in an attempt to determine what might happen at Camp Nou on December 18th. Plus, a chat about whether Manchester United are actually any good, what might happen in the final…
 
Dani Parejo? Iago Aspas? Diego Costa? In a LaLiga-centric edition of the podcast, the Magisterial crew looks back over the past ten years to identify the most impactful transfers in the Spanish top-flight, takes a closer look at Julen Lopetegui's better-than-expected Sevilla, and considers who would come out on top of a Managerial Royal Rumble. FOL…
 
Lionel Messi saw off the challenge of Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk to clinch his first Ballon d'Or since 2015, while Megan Rapinoe was named the Ballon d'Or Feminin, and Alisson won the inaugural Yachine Trophy. The Magisterial crew discusses Monday's ceremony, the 2019 Ballon d'Or's heroics against Atletico Madrid on Sunday, and the mouth-watering …
 
The last time Flamengo won the Copa Libertadores, they followed it by schooling European Cup champions Liverpool in the 1981 Intercontinental Cup. 38 years later, Jorge Jesus’ men could be presented with the opportunity of repeating that feat when they travel to Qatar next month along with Jurgen Klopp’s Reds. Minnesota United’s head coach, Adrian …
 
Mourinho started his stint with Tottenham with a victory and you bet Ray had some words about it. Copa Libertadores crowned a new team, after 38 years waiting, Flamengo earned the southamerican trophy a 2nd time. Ray and some special company give their predictions about Champions League as this week brings a load of big games. FOLLOW US: - Watch us…
 
With two powerhouses of South American soccer colliding on Saturday to determine the winner of the 2019 Copa Libertadores, the Magisterial Mailbag invites Andres Cordero around to discuss the narrative-heavy matchup between Flamengo and River Plate, the tournament’s top performing players, and the best/worst movies ever made about the beautiful gam…
 
The international break doesn't provide anything resembling an actual break... unless of course your name is Karim Benzema. Walking African soccer encyclopedia Sulaiman Folarin joins the Magisterial crew to discuss the exiled French striker's plea to switch allegiance to Algeria, Cristiano Ronaldo's club and country form, Gareth Bale's ongoing prob…
 
No one sells Spanish newspapers quite like Gareth Bale. But why is the Welshman such a consistently hot topic while some of his underperforming teammates get to go under the radar? The Magisterial Mailbag team explores the curious case of the Real Madrid scapegoat, Cristiano Ronaldo's aversion to being substituted, and the realities David Beckham h…
 
Lionel Messi warmed up for his Argentina return with yet another internet-shattering performance, but life hasn't been as peachy for fellow Barcelona front man Antoine Griezmann. George D. Metellus joins the crew to discuss the Camp Nou power dynamic, Cristiano Ronaldo's second straight substitution, as well as Pep Guardiola's histrionics following…
 
With five points separating first from 13th in the standings, LaLiga giants Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid are finding it harder than usual to shake off the rest of the pack. Eric Krakauer joins the Mailbag to discuss the leveling of the playing field in the Spanish top-flight, as well as Real Betis' underwhelming season and what it me…
 
With Niko Kovac sent packing from Bayern Munich, the Magisterial crew picks over the wreckage of the Bavarian club and identifies other names in danger of following the Croat on the managerial chopping block. And following a head-scratcher of a weekend in the Spanish top-flight, where no-one (other than Real Sociedad) capitalized on Barcelona's bad…
 
Mixing it up in the Champions League spots wasn't on the cards when Granada clinched promotion last season, yet that's exactly where Diego Martinez's men find themselves after 11 games. Gabrielle Amado joins the Mailbag crew to discuss the unlikeliest of LaLiga success stories, the pros and cons of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's outspokenness, and what chang…
 
It's a case of 'all hail Christian Pulisic' following the US phenom's one-man show against Burnley, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic's MLS smack talking antics divide the Magisterial crew. Plus, Ray Hudson and Gabrielle Amado ponder the probabilities of Granada marching into Europe, Liverpool getting over their Premier League hump, and Paris Saint-Germain …
 
With Paris Saint-Germain humming along on all fronts, this week’s Mailbag begins with a deep discussion about whether Thomas Tuchel’s men can go all the way in the Champions League. Elsewhere, suggestions that Diego Simeone has lost his Midas touch get Ray Hudson to leap to Cholo’s defense, while Thomas Rongen is of the opinion change could be a go…
 
With Barcelona and Real Madrid still waiting for a decision about when they can play each other, Ray Hudson, Kaylyn Kyle and Thomas Rongen discuss the events that led to El Clasico being postponed, as well as the weekend's results which saw Los Blancos lose top spot and their unbeaten run. Also, Fernando Fiore reports from Buenos Aires to whet the …
 
Thomas Rongen joins the Magisterial crew to talk about his incredible journey to American Samoa to manage international soccer’s ultimate underdogs, a story now being adapted into a feature film starring Hollywood A-listers Michael Fassbender and Elisabeth Moss. Editor’s note: As insanely talented as Michael Fassbender and Elisabeth Moss both are, …
 
Following the United States' lop-sided win over Cuba, Ray Hudson, Kaylyn Kyle and Thomas Rongen debate the merits of the CONCACAF Nations League. But with Neymar, Gareth Bale, and Alexis Sanchez all falling prey to the latest strain of the FIFA virus, the conversation kicks off with a discussion about the physical toll of turning up for internation…
 
In the wake of Mateu Lahoz’s controversial decision to red card Ousmane Dembélé, the crew re-lives its past run-ins with referees before special guest Andres Cordero gives us the lowdown about how Lille plucked breakout star Victor Osimhen from under the nose of everyone. Plus, a discussion about Antoine Griezmann’s attempts to make friends at Barc…
 
Manchester United's miserable run shows no signs of ending, Mauricio Pochettino's stardust appears to be wearing off at Tottenham, and Thibaut Courtois' sick note isn't washing with Real Madrid fans. But it's not all doom and gloom for the Magisterial crew as Ray Hudson, Kaylyn Kyle and Andres Cordero also find time to praise Atalanta, and send mes…
 
In this, the inaugural edition of the Magisterial Mailbag, Ray Hudson and Kaylyn Kyle are joined by Jeremy St. L̶e̶w̶i̶s̶ Louis to field questions about Eden Hazard’s early struggles with Los Blancos, Martin ‘the blonde haired beauty’ Odegaard's reawakening at Anoeta, Ousmane Dembele’s slide down the Barcelona pecking order, and the best way to spe…
 
Jason Kreis, Inter Miami's technical director and the head coach of the United State men's U-23 team, joins Ray Hudson and Kaylyn Kyle to discuss David Silva speculation, the growth of MLS and the developing the USMNT's future stars. But before that, the crew talks Gerard Pique's fallout with the Barca board, Saturday's stalemate Madrid derby, and …
 
Ray Hudson and Kaylyn Kyle are joined by Anthony 'No Relation to Ray' Hudson to discuss Barcelona's woes, Real Madrid's rollercoaster week, and Atleti's growing pains. The conversation then turns to FIFA's Best Awards, where Lionel Messi, Megan Rapinoe, Jurgen Klopp, and Jill Ellis reigned supreme, while Cristiano Ronaldo stayed at home to catch up…
 
Ray Hudson and Kaylyn Kyle are joined by Chris Bart Williams to discuss Paris Saint-Germain's conflicted feelings towards Neymar, Hazard's winning start for Real Madrid, and how Barcelona should handle wunderkind Ansu Fati. The conversation then turns to this week's Champions League fixtures, as well as Norwich's memorable result against Man City. …
 
Phil Schoen and Jeremy St. Louis make their Football Crazy debuts as Ernesto Valverde comes under fire following Barcelona's Copa del Rey defeat, Aston Villa break open the bubbly after hitting the Premier League jackpot, Inter and Atalanta clinch top four finishes at the death, and London travels to Baku to settle the first of the week's European …
 
Gary Bailey makes his debut on this week's Football Crazy, alongside Kay Murray, as most of the leagues draw to close following a season some will be in a hurry to forget. Zidane and Mbappé send strong messages, but to whom?Plus, heartbreak and triumph at the finish line of the European Competition hunt, as a number of big names bid farewell ahead …
 
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