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Kiyan Sobhani and Mike Platania on this week's Managing Madrid podcast discussed:
The match against Real Betis
The Danilo / Carvajal debate
The politics surrounding the idea to bench Ronaldo
La Liga - is it lost?
Real Madrid's grey kits
We hope you enjoy the podcast!
This is #TheReboot. The Managing Madrid podcast is back - recorded every Sunday and published by Monday. In this episode, Gabe Lezra, Kiyan Sobhani, and Mike Platania discuss Rafa's struggles, the cloud surrounding Florentino Perez, Gareth Bale's season, the ridiculousness of Real Madrid fans, and more!
*Note: We apologize about the audio feedback in the intro. It's rectified within the first minute, so if you can get yourself through the intro, you'll be able to partake of the fruits that Gabe, Mike, and myself have left for you!
On this week's podcast - recorded just after yesterday's match against Espanyol - I was joined by Gabe Lezra and Mike Platania to discuss:
Real Madrid's dominance over Espanyol
Lucas getting roasted on Twitter
Zidane's love for Jese
James and Isco
Questions from readers: Do we sell Ronaldo? can Isco be as good as Iniesta? Should Real Madrid scrap the pre-season tours? Any potential upsets in Real Madrid's upcoming schedule?
In this week's episode - featuring myself, Gabe Lezra, Mike Platania, and Joshua Zeitlin - we discuss Real Madrid's match against sporting and Jese / James' role in the team. After that, we thoroughly dissect the transfer ban and what it could mean for Real Madrid, and then we spend about a huge chunk of time debating whether we need Pogba or not. On two seperate occassions, I was cornered by Gabe and Josh because I opted for the 'we don't need Pogba' route - highly entertaining. Then Josh takes off and we answer some question.
This was a super fun podcast to record. Gabe, Kiyan, and Mike create their own Real Madrid group therapy session, among other things.
This morning's podcast was recorded last night, topics discussed:
2-2 results at Valencia
Rafa's line-up decisions
James' speeding incident
James and Isco
2015 highs and lows
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