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131: From the Archives - Eric The King | Chat with Pete Boyle
We are joined by prominent voice of the fans, the fantastic Pete Boyle to talk about Eric Cantona. Excellent anecdotes included.
Considered by many to be the most important signing in the history of Manchester United, Cantona is the definition of a man who came, saw and conquered all before him. His legacy at United is littered with an array of talking points that extend beyond his footballing ability. Graced with an elegance that the footballing world has seldom seen, the Frenchman captivated many with his grace and charismatic persona.
This interview was hosted by Shaun Connolly. Read Shaun's article on Eric Cantona via StrettyNews.com.
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171: Points over performances, cup runs and player egos59:02No sooner have Manchester United recorded their first victory of September, and we’re facing into a Tuesday night Carabao Cup fixture against Crystal Palace. Shaun, Dale and Brian chat about Saturday’s 1-0 win in Burnley, look ahead to the visit of Palace in the cup and answer your questions on the latest instalment of the Strettycast.
170: Reds in Munich41:39Dale and Brian set off on their travels across Europe to watch Manchester United take on Bayern Munich. Although there's a lot of negativity surrounding the club, there was excitement in the air as United returned to the Champions League. From Dublin to Frankfurt to Munich, picking up stories along the way that we'll never forget. The Manchesterplatz was something the two of us visited for the first time, which was a emotional experience and it was good to hear the club follow suit with a delegation on Thursday morning. There was also disappointment on the pitch as United suffered a 4-3 defeat at the hands of the Bundesliga champions, but let's not forget how Rasmus Hojlund get off the mark, right?
169: Ten Hag in? Ten Hag out? Relax...57:40The lads are back for yet another podcast after Manchester United suffered a 3-1 defeat to Brighton. Dale and Brain are travelling to Munich and there's more to come on that in the next episode.Amongst the topics of conversation were underperforming players and a manager facing more pressure by the week.Meanwhile, the message from the Strettycast trio is clear on Ten Hag.
168: No player is bigger than the club.58:21In what has been yet another forgettable week for Manchester United, the boys digest the situation between Erik ten Hag and Jadon Sancho. They also dive into the treatment of Harry Maguire, Antony’s extended leave and look ahead to Brighton. Get the kettle on.
167: Sancho tears, Antony fears & more Glazer family doom01:22:11Erik ten Hag and Jadon Sancho appear to have hit a wall and Manchester United are still licking their wounds after a forgettable day in London. Furthermore, having laid to rest the unwanted cloud of Mason Greenwood, Brazilian winger Antony faces allegations of physical abuse, while the highly-anticipated club takeover is in jeopardy. An action packed episode of the Strettycast awaits.
166: Transfer window fallout & cold nights under the Old Trafford lights57:13Two shows in a week! We are back to digest another intriguing transfer deadline day that, at the time of recording, saw three new faces arrive at Old Trafford. Also, following yesterday’s Champions League draw, we’re looking at what's in store for Erik ten Hag’s men. That, and your questions, on episode 166 of your StrettyCast!
165: We're back baby! Transfers, anti-Glazer protests & Alvaro Fernandez overlooked55:41The Strettycast trio are back for another season.Shaun is joined by Dale and Brian to discuss a range of topics ranging from the recent sit-in protest at Old Trafford, the Mason Greenwood decision and some transfer talk as we approach deadline day.Harry Maguire's future is another big talking point. Why has he not left United? Erik ten Hag has a track record for promoting youth, but why was Alvaro Fernandez overlooked against Nottingham Forest?As well as verdicts on Andre Onana, Mason Mount and Rasmus Hojlund.
164: Ben Jacobs on Manchester United takeover - Glazers must play hand soon40:02Ben Jacobs joins Dale to discuss the bids for Manchester United. We look at Sheikh Jassim, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and the Glazers' handling of the situation.
163: Chat with Nathan Thomas from Manchester United Foundation19:34I was in Manchester over the weekend for the anti-Glazer protest, but on Saturday I caught up with good friend Nathan Thomas. We've known each other for years before he started working with the Manchester United foundation. Take a listen and gather our thoughts on what has been a brilliant season for the Reds.