Manchester United Weekly Podcast
S7 E36: Quick reflections from Selhurst
Season 7, Ep. 36
Harry Robinson reflects quickly from Selhurst Park on Manchester United's 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace that concludes a terrible season for the club.
S7 E37: Season Review - Manchester United 2021/22 (Part One)
Season 7, Ep. 37
It’s time for the Manchester United Weekly Podcast’s season review of 2021/22. In this two-parter, we’ll first be looking back at the campaign just gone, our favourite moments - and there were some - goals and players. We’ll consider, with a bit of hindsight, where it went wrong for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and then where it went wrong for his interim successor Ralf Rangnick. We’ll compare the 21/22 defence to that of the season before, and the same for the attack, considering how the team’s style changed under Ole and then Ralf, and we’ll talk about a flurry of departures.Note: We ran out of time to really dive into how much we love Juan Mata. What a great man. He will be missed in Manchester and at Manchester United.TIMESTAMPS00:00 Intro01:00 Favourite moments of the season (yes, there are some)07:00 This season v the Moyes era (a miserable question to ask)10:20 Worst moments of the season14:10 Goal of the Season16:10 Player of the Season18:25 Where did it go wrong for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?26:40 Where it go wrong for Ralf Rangnick?34:00 Reviewing the defence - in comparison to 2020/21 - including set pieces and a new high-line43:00 Reviewing the attack - in comparison to 2020/21 - including left-sided dominance50:30 McTominay’s development (or lack thereof)52:45 David De Gea56:00 Departing players (with a primary focus on Pogba)1:01:30 Outro
S7 E35: Eleven Youth Cups, Ten (Erik) Hags + Palace (a)
Season 7, Ep. 35
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss FA Youth Cup glory, a magical Old Trafford night, Erik ten Hag's pre-start to life as MUFC manager and Crystal Palace away.
S7 E34: FA Youth Cup final preview
Season 7, Ep. 34
Harry Robinson takes you through a full FA Youth Cup final preview, from the history of the competition, United's 10 past victories, the make-up of this squad, what the players like behind the scenes, the staff working with this group and plenty more. He also answers questions from Patrons on the Academy and loans.Regular co-host Jack Tait is away this week and no one wanted to talk about Saturday's game (or presumably listen too) so we're skipping over that... for now. We'll come back to more depressing first team matters soon, but for now, here's to supporting the young Reds!