The Big Interview with Graham Hunter

Graham Hunter one-on-one with the biggest names in football. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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A Night at the Opera, or a night at The Improv? Why Madrid's midfield may need a new script


Watching Real Madrid - and in particular how their coach, Carlo Ancelotti, handles his veteran midfield trio of Casemiro, Modric and Kroos - I saw one side of a theological divide. Call it hawks versus doves; Robin Williams versus the Marx Brothers; systems versus players.

Here is why I think the Madrid ideology cannot navigate a critical run of games ahead, and why it all means Zinedine Zidane was never the guy Manchester United need right now...


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Brad Friedel: Confronting Superstitions and My Nemesis Shearer


Brad Friedel Part Two: Confronting Superstitions and My Nemesis Shearer


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Presenting Between the Lines: Arrigo Sacchi and The Immortals


Today, I'm presenting to you an episode of Between The Lines, a podcast that tells the stories behind great sports writing, produced by Martin and Neil at BackPage, my producers and the publishers of the books I wrote on Barcelona under Pep Guardiola and the Spain team that won a hat-trick of tournaments...


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Brad Friedel: How to Cope with Being Gala’s Goalie


Brad Friedel Part One: How to Cope with Being Gala’s Goalie


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Time for Xavi to act locally, think globally


Here's my latest for ESPNFC - on Xavi's first game in charge of his beloved Barcelona, against their city rivals, Espanyol. The two teams are level on points, which means Espanyol have a sniff of finishing ahead of their neigbours for the first time since World War Two concluded. And they have, in Vicente Moreno, a coach who, like Xavi, has a very high ceiling in terms of what he might achieve.


Not the kind of opening act Xavi would have selected...


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Luka Modric: Big Interview Icon


Luka Modric: Big Interview Icon Episode


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Iago Aspas: Spain's absent artist


As Spain prepare for a World Cup duel with Sweden, here are my thoughts on a player who is absent from the mission: the evergreen Iago Aspas, a player who continues to deliver in the biggest games in La Liga.  This is the audio version of the column I write every week at ESPNFC.

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Olivier Giroud: How Fraternité won France the World Cup


Olivier Giroud Part Two: How Fraternité won France the World Cup


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Olivier Giroud: The Believer


Olivier Giroud Part One: The Believer


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Classic Big Interview: Owen Hargreaves


Classic Big Interview: Owen Hargreaves Episode


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