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Ian Irving, Andy Mitten, and Carl Anka are in good spirits (in one case, quite literally) and we've added a musical twist to the show as we celebrate taking control of the EFL Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest. Taking a three goal lead into the home leg means Erik Ten Hag should be able to rotate his squad over the next few days. The optimis…
 
Andy Mitten and Laurie Whitwell join Ian Irving for a jam-packed Monday edition, sore from a rousing but ultimately fruitless trip to North London. Still, there's a Carabo Cup semi-final to look forward to... and, after changes to the Stretford End were announced, there's another Old Trafford date for our WSL table-toppers. Produced by Ollie Bellwo…
 
Ian Irving, Andy Mitten, Carl Anka, and Laurie Whitwell were on cloud nine after the Manchester derby but it's down to Earth with a bump as United cost themselves two Premier League points with sloppiness at Selhurst Park. Casemiro has become a vital presence in midfield, so much so that Erik Ten Hag chose to start with him on Wednesday night, and …
 
The podcast team were all in attendance, and a little giddy, as Manchester United fought back from a goal down to claim victory over City and move to within a point of Guardiola's men in the Premier League table. After a first half masterclass from Erik Ten Hag, with some bold team selections allied to a canny strategy, Jack Grealish gave City the …
 
Ian Irving, Andy Mitten, and Laurie Whitwell discuss the Carabao Cup quarter final win over Charlton, Manchester City's shock exit at Southampton, and the form of the two sides going into Saturday's derby. And, as progress with the loan deal for Dutch striker Wout Weghorst picks up speed, The Athletic's analysis of United's recruitment system is pr…
 
Carl Anka was at Old Trafford for the "standard home win" against Everton in the FA Cup third round on Friday night and he joins Ian Irving and Andy Mitten to reflect on another superb showing from Marcus Rashford, de Gea's wobbles, and encouragement for Antony. Next up, Charlton Athletic in the Carabao Cup quarter-final; they're managed by Dean Ho…
 
Erik Ten Hag's Manchester United made it six wins in a row with a comfortable victory at home against Bournemouth with several individuals putting in good performances. Luke Shaw was the main man for new Athletic writer Mark Critchley but Casemiro showed his class again, David de Gea played an important role, and Marcus Rashford hit a six of his ow…
 
A podcast full house as we reflect on Marcus Rashford's eventful New Year's Eve. Having arrived late to a team meeting, he was dropped to the bench, but made a match-winning contribution when called on at half-time. The handling of that incident capped a flawless 2022 for Erik Ten Hag and we're optimistic he will bring success in 2023 as well... bu…
 
Manchester United eased into the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup, where they will play Charlton Athletic, and returned to Premier League action with a comfortable home win over Nottingham Forest. However, the big news is that it looks like long-time transfer target Cody Gakpo will sign for Liverpool in January, with United choosing not to match t…
 
The World Cup finished two days ago and it's less than a week until Christmas, but we have two competitive fixtures to discuss! Vincent Kompany's Burnley come to Old Trafford on Wednesday night and Nottingham Forest will be the visitors on the 27th December. Meanwhile, Andy has been doing some digging into the club's January transfer targets, and t…
 
The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United returns in time for Christmas with a full complement in healthy voice, ready and raring to go. Under discussion, the potential pitfalls of a sale and how it might affect the running of the club, the realistic January options to replace Ronaldo, and what Erik Ten Hag has been doing with the non-W…
 
What a day! Just when you thought things might be a bit quieter with the World Cup fully underway in Qatar we get, not one United bombshell, but two huge stories. First, news of Ronaldo's immediate release after the club and player reached a mutually exclusive agreement. Ordinarily, that would be the story of the month, but just a couple of hours l…
 
The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell starts the pod with the breaking news that Manchester United are exploring the possibility of terminating Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract after his interview with Piers Morgan. Laurie is then joined by Ian Irving, Carl Anka and Andy Mitten to get their thoughts on that Ronaldo interview. We also get the views of thousand…
 
News broke late on Sunday that Cristiano Ronaldo has made accusations against senior figures at Manchester United in a dramatically timed interview with tabloid journalist Piers Morgan. It will dominate the headlines, no doubt about that, but many fans of the club may be suspicious of his 'revelations'. The interview somewhat overshadowed Alejandro…
 
Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's Andy Mitten & Carl Anka to look back on a mad game at Old Trafford that saw United see off Aston Villa in the league cup with Marcus Rashford & Alejandro Garnacho shining. Is this the best version of Rashford we've seen? Has Alejandro Garnacho arrived now as a United player? There is also a discussion about th…
 
Ian Irving, Carl Anka, Andy Mitten and Laurie Whitwell are on hand for live(ish) reaction to the Europa League draw which saw United paired with Barcelona in knock-out playoffs, a game they're already calling the Mitten Derby. That's something to fear/look forward to in February. In the meantime though, the gang look back on the dire 3-1 defeat at …
 
Ian Irving is joined by Andy Mitten & The Athletic's Pol Ballus in San Sebastian to reflect on United's win at Real Sociedad in the Europa League that wasn't enough for United to top the group, meaning a play-off is needed to make the play-offs. A night of mixed emotions that saw Alejandro Garnacho score the winner in the first half and ended with …
 
Marcus Rashford's West Ham winner was his 100th goal for Manchester United and the landmark put him in reflective mood about his struggles last season and the change in "headspace" that has seen him return to form this term. It wasn't always pretty but the team looked solid at the back; David de Gea made some heroic saves and the back four all had …
 
A start and a goal for Ronaldo, early withdrawals for some key players, and a bright performance from young forward Alejandro Garnacho. It wasn't the most exciting game, but everything went right on the night; well, almost everything... David de Gea's contract is up this summer and, while the club have an option to extend that deal for 12 months, A…
 
Casemiro's last-gasp header showed the player's fierce desire has not waned after his transfer from Real Madrid, and it summed up the team spirit shown at Stamford Bridge. United had dominated the early part of the game, but having conceded to Jorginho's penalty with just minutes left, it feel like a "winning draw". It all happened without Cristian…
 
A win against Spurs this season was always going to be impressive, but the manner of that victory had the podcast team purring. From midfield dominance, to cutting edge in attack, with fullbacks linking seamlessly, it was described as "one of the best performances in years and years". We look at what it means for Ten Hag, the players not involved (…
 
Newcastle have one win from their last 40 visits to Old Trafford, but that statistic will bring little relief to fans frustrated by a scratchy Sunday stalemate. Ronaldo, Sancho, and Antony started but couldn't find the net, and Marcus Rashford missed a golden chance with a late header. The last home win during the month of October was in 2019 and t…
 
In the 93rd minute, Scott McTominay did what his teammates had failed to do with more than thirty previous efforts; he beat Omonia Nicosia's back-up goalkeeper, and big Manchester United fan, Francis Uzoho. The Europa League win brings nothing but relief for Erik Ten Hag and his squad: while topping the group is still possible, they had to work ver…
 
Manchester United put their derby despair behind them with a win at Goodison Park thanks to a goal from Antony and another from Cristiano Ronaldo, the latter's 700th in club competition. Ronaldo's former Real Madrid teammate, Casemiro, provided the assist and it was an eventful evening for the Brazilian midfielder on his first Premier League start.…
 
Manchester United beat Omonia Nicosia in Cyprus but not before, with his side 1-0 down, Erik Ten Hag made two half-time substitutions and demanded more running from his team. Goals from Marcus Rashford (x 2) and Anthony Martial did give United the win but it was much closer than it should have been and Ten Hag has plenty of question marks going int…
 
Instant reaction from Ian and Laurie at the Etihad Stadium, and Andy with the Chicago Reds, after another convincing win for City in the Manchester derby. While the first half was miserable, and the result was never in doubt, this one didn't feel as bleak as some recent derby results. However, facing a depleted defence and no Rodri, it still threw …
 
The club's financial results were published late last week but, despite it being an international break, we haven't had a chance to discuss them until now. Nor did we want to really, given how gloomy they appear to be. On the pitch, things are going a little better but this week brings the toughest challenge of the season so far: a trip across the …
 
The Athletic's Adam Crafton has delivered his second huge exclusive in as many weeks and his conversation with Eric Cantona not only delivered the goods, but also inspired some remarkable stories from our team. Get listening for tales of double denim, Boothstown, and why Eric isn't the President of Football (at Manchester United). Learn more about …
 
Manchester United haven't played a match since our last podcast and it's the international break next week so we're very lucky that our Athletic colleague Adam Crafton landed an exclusive interview with Bruno Fernandes! It was a fascinating, revealing discussion so the Talk of the Devils team picked out some key sections and we talk through his ans…
 
Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's & Andy Mitten live from Moldova reacting to United's win against Sheriff Tiraspol. As we as the match we also discuss goalscorer Jadon Sancho's omission from the England squad despite a decent start to the season. Plus with the return of the WSL this weekend, we look at the challenges faced by United's women's…
 
Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's Carl Anka & Andy Mitten to pick the bones out of a disappointing result against Real Sociedad & look ahead to the mission to FC Sheriff. Also, after Anthony Martial criticises former United managers Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Jose Mourinho - was he right to do so and is he still misunderstood after all these yea…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten, club correspondent Laurie Whitwell, and football writer Carl Anka. We recorded post-match at Old Trafford again after table-topping Arsenal lost their 100% record to a ruthless performance from Ten Hag's men. And there's a final look at the …
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and club correspondent Laurie Whitwell. Recorded at The Walkers Stadium just after the transfer deadline passed, we reflect on what turned into an expensive window for the club as they backed the new manager, and consider the signs of encoura…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and football writer Carl Anka. It's been another madcap week in Manchester with a sizeable fee agreed for Antony from Erik Ten Hag's former club Ajax. With just three days to go before the transfer deadline, how much business is there still t…
 
Ian Irving hosts a special episode of The Athletic's Manchester United podcast from the Bishops Blaize pub. Joining him, in person, were Andy Mitten, Laurie Whitwell, and Carl Anka. After Erik Ten Hag left Ronaldo out of the starting line-up for the stirring home win over Liverpool, the Portuguese superstar's future is no clearer. The panel conside…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and club correspondent Laurie Whitwell. Coming to you from the bowels of Old Trafford immediately after Erik Ten Hag's side beat Liverpool to kickstart their season, we also discussed the huge protest march that dominated the build-up to the …
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and club correspondent Laurie Whitwell. There was breaking news on Wednesday night as Ineos owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe issued a statement outlining his desire to take a stake in the club. It's a story that will excite many fans with protests aga…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with football writer Carl Anka, regular contributor Andy Mitten, and club correspondent Laurie Whitwell. How bad were Manchester United at Brentford on Saturday? Nobody can remember a worse performance, and the stats suggest there hasn't been one in over a century of football. F…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and football writer Carl Anka. It's been an, ahem, interesting week: the dust has settled on the opening-day home defeat to Brighton and unexpected transfer links have prompted new questions of the club's recruitment policy. Will we see Ronal…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and club correspondent Laurie Whitwell. Any optimism from pre-season was dashed by defeat to Brighton, the visitors bringing back traumatic memories of recent years with their first ever win at Old Trafford. The Frenkie de Jong deadlock shows…
 
Ian Irving, Laurie Whitwell, Andy Mitten & Carl Anka discuss the news - broken on The Athletic - that United forward Anthony Martial is set to miss their opening game of the season against Brighton & Hove Albion due to injury. Does that mean Ronaldo will start? Or has Erik ten Hag got other ideas? Also, hear all about Benni McCarthy will become a f…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and club correspondent Laurie Whitwell back on home turf alongside football writer Carl Anka. The R word was on everybody's lips this week as Cristiano Ronaldo appeared at Carrington, apparently to have talks with senior management about his …
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten, club correspondent Laurie Whitwell, and football writer Carl Anka. The squad, closely followed by Andy and Laurie, have moved from Thailand to Australia where our team secured access to Erik Ten Hag, Bruno Fernandes, and some liquid refreshm…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten, club correspondent Laurie Whitwell, and football writer Carl Anka. Laurie and Andy were in Bangkok for the pre-season friendly win over Liverpool and the open training session that preceded it. They both met fans en route, albeit Andy took a…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten, club correspondent Laurie Whitwell, and football writer Carl Anka. Cristiano Ronaldo returned to the headlines after he failed to report for pre-season training amid rumours of a move to Chelsea. Would that be a bad thing for Manchester Utd?…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten, club correspondent Laurie Whitwell, and football writer Carl Anka. It looks very likely United will sign Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia after the club outbid Lyon for the Dutch international. Will Frenkie de Jong join his compatriot? We'…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with regular contributor Andy Mitten and football writer Carl Anka. MUFC CEO Richard Arnold saw off a potential protest at his home by intercepting fans in his local club. We react to the ensuing conversation and the debate amongst fans about how best to make their feelings clea…
 
Ian Irving is joined by Andy Mitten, Laurie Whitwell & Carl Anka to bring you the latest transfer news from Old Trafford & discuss themes from a new documentary featuring the departing Paul Pogba. They look United's fixtures for the new season that have been announced today with United facing an intense first few weeks. Learn more about your ad cho…
 
Talk of the Devils will be back next week but in the meantime we wanted to give you a taste of a new podcast from The Athletic called 'The Moment with Kelly Cates and Geoff Thomas. In this episode Luke Chadwick speaks openly and honestly about the public abuse he received when he broke through to the Manchester United first team in the late 90s and…
 
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United with club correspondent Laurie Whitwell, regular contributor Andy Mitten, and writer Carl Anka. It's the last day of term and we're all hugely relieved to be bidding farewell to the worst season in our Premier League history. Erik Ten Hag's arrival has us all feeling positive ab…
 
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