7 November 2018

James Norwood

Alright? Been a while, hasn't it? Sorry about that. We've had a quiet few months and have never really explained it to our bafflingly loyal subscribers, and that's because there's really not much to explain. We're still going. We've been rubbish at getting the podcast together. We're going nowhere in every sense of the phrase.

Yes, the Football Fives Podcast is still alive. This week we're without Daniel Storey, who's living the life in Italia now he's the hottest property in the freelance football writing world. So it's down to David Hartrick, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee to tackle this week's subject which is, obviously, what we've missed so far this season.

We discuss the teams and players that have caught our eye, rattle through an update on how each of our teams is performing so far, and ask whether the dawn of Eleven Sports (and related matters) has affected the way we consume football.

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19 July 2018

Milad Mohammadi

My word. My. Word. What a World Cup that was! Here at the Football Fives podcast we like to look back on major international tournaments, what with them being the pinnacle of the sport and that, and when a new tournament's happened we just dive right in straight away. This is the F5 World Cup 2018 retrospective episode!

Daniel Storey, David Hartrick, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee are back together to revisit a competition that seemed to capture a whole load of imaginations. We begin with an assessment of England's performance in Russia, and then rattle through a ton of highlights: our favourite goals, favourite games and memories we just ay gon' shake.

And, as is customary, we'll ask whether the right team won the competition. Did France, under Didier Deschamps, truly deserve to take home that wonderful trophy? Is Deschamps a fitting third member of the exclusive player-and-manager champion club? Or was there some other side who deserved it more?

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13 June 2018

Kalidou Koulibaly

It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow! It's the World Cup tomorrow!

Oh, right. Podcast. Yes, it's the second half of the Football Fives World Cup 2018 preview, covering five key questions about the teams that make up the second half of the draw. We've made a substitution for this rattle through Groups E to H - Chris Nee returns to replace Daniel Storey because, apparently, it's a busy time to be a football writer.

Chris joins David Hartrick and Ryan Keaney to talk about Brazil's psychological steel, Germany's complacency or otherwise, Belgium being Belgium, England's prospects and the rather wonderful prospect of six Group H matches for the ages.

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