Strettycast, Manchester United podcasts produced by StrettyNews.com
161: Wout Weghorst's on fire, half the fanbase is terrified
Dale, Shaun and Brian react to the 3-1 win over Everton in the FA Cup third round and preview the game against Charlton in the Carabao Cup.The lads also share their opinions on Wout Weghorst, the latest striker to be heavily linked with a January move to Manchester United.Brian explains how Manchester United memberships will work moving forward.
160: Perfect response from Marcus Rashford at Molineux
Dale and Shaun reflect on Marcus Rashford's eventful New Year's Eve and react to results elsewhere as Manchester United sit in the top four.Having arrived late to a team meeting during the week, Erik ten Hag gave Rashford a minor slap on the wrist and dropped him from the starting line-up to face Wolves. That didn't stop him from coming on at half-time to make a match-winning contribution.The lads reflect on Rashford's improved form and the aspects of his game that we see most improved this season, with thanks to Erik ten Hag and his coaching staff.Casemiro continues to boss the midfield and Aaron Wan-Bissaka is getting consecutive games under his belt.There's also a call for a more traditional centre-forward after Cody Gakpo joins Liverpool.
159: Glazers announce Manchester United is up for sale
It's been a momentous week at Manchester United in terms of departures. Cristiano Ronaldo had his contract terminated and the Glazer family announced that they are selling the club.Dale is joined by Shaun to discuss the latest news surrounding Manchester United.
158: No point of return for Cristiano Ronaldo
Dale is joined by Shaun to discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's bombshell interview with Piers Morgan.On this week’s episode, we analyse that explosive Cristiano Ronaldo interview with Piers Morgan. We’re also going to discuss how United are likely to respond, while focusing our attention on the second narcissist in the room. Finally, on the day FIFA continues to play a blind-eye to Qatar’s human rights abuse, we’ll give a mandatory mention to that tournament in the back of beyond’s. That, your questions and much more.
157: Carrick takes Boro job, Casemiro the Real deal, Ronaldo is completely deluded
Dale reflects on the news Michael Carrick has become Boro manager, raves about Casemiro and frets over Raphael Varane at the World Cup.There's also some discussion on Ronaldo...
156: It's over for Ronaldo, Martial must start against Everton
Manchester United come from behind to beat Omonia Nicosia 3-2 in Cyprus. Dale discusses a number of points from the game, answers the big question on whether Ronaldo is finished or not, and argues that Anthony Martial must lead the attack at Goodison Park.Sit back and enjoy the Strettycast.
155: Disappointing derby - Ten Hag's selection, tactics, Ronaldo snub
Manchester City destroy Manchester United which is something that is becoming frightfully familiar. The only positive we can take from the game is Anthony Martial's appearance off the bench, so sit back and listen to Dale and Shaun discuss the rest. From Erik ten Hag's team selection, United's tactics and lack of belief, and why the manager was RIGHT to snub Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench.Next up for United is a trip to Cyprus in the Europa League.
154: International break review - Christian Eriksen shines
Dale is joined by Shaun to review the season to date. It has been a positive month for the Red Devils, who are on a four match win steak in the Premier League.The panel discuss a range of topics from best players yet, most improved player, what Ten Hag has done right, wrong and where we expect to finish in the league.
153: Special interview with James Cooper on all things Manchester United
Dale is joined by special guest James Cooper who spent 18 years working at Sky Sports News and became a familiar face amongst Manchester United fans from his reporting. As someone I value highly in the media industry, it was a pleasure to have James as a guest for this episode.We spoke about United's 2-1 win over Liverpool, Ten Hag's fight at Old Trafford, Cristiano Ronaldo & Harry Maguire, as well as new media vs Sky Sports News of old.