The Official Manchester United Podcast
The Debate - Can United finish the job?
Liam Bradford hosted as usual on Tuesday in the megastore with guests Ben Thornley, Wes Brown, Carl Anka from The Athletic and Samuel Luckhurst from the Manchester Evening News.
- New training kit range
- Bournemouth 0-1 United review, including Casemiro/Eriksen chat
- Player of the Season
- David De Gea’s PL Golden Glove
- United 2-1 Man City in the WSL. Is Mary Earps the best GK in the world?
- United v Chelsea preview
- United v Fulham preview
- Tribute to Bournemouth’s David Brooks (a United fan) who made his starting comeback against the Reds last weekend
- Will United secure Top 4?
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Wednesday, May 17, 2023
The Debate - Who should win Player of the Year?
Liam Bradford hosted as usual yesterday in the megastore with guests James Ducker from The Times, Ian Irving from The Athletic, Danny Webber and a debut for Mickey Thomas.TopicsWeekend reaction (men and women’s teams)Player of the Year/Goal of the Season discussionsAdidas Originals retro clothing launchBournemouth previewTop 4 discussionDid you know that you can watch The Debate early, here on the Manchester United Official AppFor your daily fix of Manchester United news look no further than our new United Daily PodcastRoad trip back to 1988 with the latest Adidas Originals range. Check out the re-issued 1988-90 third jersey, plus the full collection, now available on United Direct. We'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Thursday, May 11, 2023
The Debate - If you had to choose one?
Liam Bradford hosted The Debate this Tuesday from the Megastore with journalists Neil Custis and Laurie Whitwell plus former players Wes Brown and Siobhan Chamberlain.Topics:Reaction to the men's defeat against West HamWomen's FA Cup final previewTop 4 v FA cup debate – which would our guests prefer to happen?Sir Alex retirement anniversary – Guest memoriesWolves previewDid you know that you can watch The Debate early, here on the Manchester United Official AppFor your daily fix of Manchester United news look no further than our new United Daily Podcast We'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Wednesday, May 10, 2023
Steve Bruce - United captain, United legend
Sam Homewood, Helen Evans and David May visit a golf club this week for a chat with United legend Steve Bruce. Steve has had a wonderful career in football, as a player and manager, and offers a fascinating reflection on it all during the latest UTD Podcast.The former Manchester United captain begins with his upbringing in the north-east and his early days at the famed Wallsend Boys Club. Starting his professional career with Gillingham, the defender reveals a funny story about reversing the charges to call his future wife, while down in Kent, and how the police turned up at the phone-box, prompting fears his time in the game could come to an end before it had really got going. Thankfully, it was soon smoothed over and he impressed sufficiently with the Gills to earn a move to Norwich City, even if he recalls a horror debut against Liverpool. Once United registered an interest in his services, there was only going to be one place for him to continue his progress.Not only did he star for the Reds as the team won our first title for 26 years but he became club captain, all on the back of an impromptu house visit by Sir Alex Ferguson! Brucey offers insight into his incredible partnership with Gary Pallister, and scolds his fellow centre-back for leaking a secret about him from their time rooming together. He also explains why Eric Cantona was a “bit bonkers” and details the Frenchman’s favourite tipple at the pub.Of course, younger fans will view Steve as a manager, first and foremost, as he has a wealth of experience in this field, taking charge of 12 different clubs. He answers a question about how he chose the jobs, as he has bossed some big city rivals, and opens up about the difficulties and pressures faced in the hot seat.A man with many great stories to tell, Steve Bruce is certain to keep you entertained throughout the episode.The best place to catch up on the back-catalogue of our interviews is over on the Manchester United App, where you can listen to - and watch - all of our episodes in full, for free. Here you can get early access to new episodes, published 24 hours before everywhere else.If you'd like to write to the only official Manchester United Podcast then e-mail email@example.com For your daily fix of Manchester United news look no further than our new United Daily podcastWe'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts.