Bat Boys: A Valencia CF Podcast is weekly show hosted by Tim Pittman @pittman021 and Sam Wilson @spacenukesam.Each week they'll discuss the latest news and match highlights of La Liga club Valencia CF.
Despite the departure of Gattuso and dwindling hopes for reinforcements in the winter transfer window, the Bat Boys, will continue on. They discuss the news surrounding Gattuso, the challenges that lay ahead, and the best outcome to see Peter Lim's sale of the club.
The boys conduct an emergency podcast to discuss the current climate calling for the end of the Gattuso era amidst the Copa del Rey loss and La Liga position, just 3 points from relegation spots.저자 The Bat Boys
The boys discuss the ongoing transfer window, which continues to the search for a 6, a central and winger position, the Real Madrid loss in PKs in the Super Cup, and the chances of winning against Girona tomorrow. * Yunus Musah is the Young Player of the Year for the USA and we also discuss the Gio Reyna drama inside the USA Campaign * Transfers!! …
The boys discuss the difficult start to the 2023 campaign, which saw two consecutive losses, a slew of injuries, and lackluster motivation from this Gattuso Squad. What's the deal? Are the calls for the departure of Gattuso warranted?
This episode we invite back Cerebroné (@xyCerebrone) to discuss the World Cup, Spain's elimination, France and Argentina final, and the legacy of Morocco on African World Cup football. - On the Stan's of Twitter - Tournament call vs. league ball- Argentina’s rise and mindset - Luis Enrique’s nepotism and team selection - How Scaloni - adapting and …
In this episode, the boys invite back Sam Yarnell, to discuss the Jose Gaya exclusion from World Cup, initial thoughts on World Cup games, and end of season thoughts for Valencia.저자 The Bat Boys
In this episode, the boys discuss what may be the strongest performance for Valencia since the days of Dani Parejo.
This episode sees the boys recap the Barcelona match, the surrounding drama, and look ahead to the remaining few games before the World Cup.저자 The Bat Boys
In this episode, the lone bat boy takes on the podcast alone, and recaps the major themes from the Elche and Sevilla games as well as the HUGE news of renewing Jose Gaya through 2027.
The boys discuss the Osasuna match, which resulted in a 2-1 win at El Sadar against a very difficult opponent in good form. This podcast could
The boys return to recap the bizarre Espanyol match, which saw a 2-2 draw, a red card, and the Cömert bizarro goal. They also invite Valencia long-time fan Sam Yarnell (@samyarnell) to get his take on the current season, Gattuso, and his predictions for what's ahead for Los Che.저자 The Bat Boys
The boys discuss the prior two games, which saw Los Che lose away at Rayo but bounce back against Celta Vigo at home. They discuss the changing midfield, the debut of Cavani, player performances, as well the highlight of the two weeks: Gattuso clutching a fans head in excitement. Join the boys and stay updated on the coolest club in La Liga.…
In this episode, the boys recap the 5-1 Getafe win. They discuss whether they should tread lightly in the midst of a buoyant win in the Gattuso style. They discuss player performances, best moments, areas of improvement, and look ahead to the match against Rayo Vallecano.
In this episode, the boys invite back Cerebrone (@xyCerebrone) to recap the beginning of the 2022 season, including the major transfers, initial performances under Gattuso, and the latest transfer news: the departure of Captain and Valencia's own, Carlos Soler.저자 The Bat Boys
In this episode, we invite back Paco Polit (@pacopolitENG) to the podcast to discuss the summer transfer window, the changes within Meriton, and prospects for Valencia making European Spots this season.
In this episode, the boys recap the 2022 home opener win against Girona, which saw a marked departure from Bordalas ball under Gattuso.
The boys are back from the summer! In this episode the boys discuss the transfer window, the legacy of Gonzalo Guedes, and the impact of the potential incoming players. They discuss the biggest winners from the transfer window across the league.
Recap of the hectic 12 days of Valencia history, which saw the departure of Anil Murthy, the hiring of Gattuso, the departure of Bordalas, the transfer updates, and more.
In this episodes the boys discuss the firing of Anil Murthy, the sacking of Bordalas, and lastly, the rumors that Gattuso will sign with Valencia.
In this episode the boys discuss the the Anil Murthy audio leaks and what they may portend for the future management of the club.
The boys discuss the Copa del Rey final loss to Real Betis: player performances, the major moments, but also and the implications for the season, the future of Bordalas. They also discuss the positive outcome of this game: that the spirit of Valencianism still lives and was on full display in Seville and across the world.…
In this episode, the boys take a tour of the Copa del Rey, it's history, the biggest moments in Valencia history, and a preview of the game against Real Betis.
In this episode, the boys discuss the recent tie against Rayo Vallecano, the hopes for the rest of the season, and why it is all about Copa del Rey and Real Betis finishing top 4.
Paco returns to the podcast to deliver his boots on the ground update on the club. We cover the latest from the Nou Mestalla, Copa del Rey ticket fiasco, the Bordalas scorecard, and what's in store for transfers for this summer.
In this short episode, the boys discuss the grinding win away at Elche.: the controversial VAR call, the continued performance of Guedes, and whether European spots are possible this season.
The Boys discuss the opportunity facing Valencia in the league and Copa del Rey. They debate the prospects of Valencia finishing in Europe spots, winning the Copa del Rey, and saving the world from destruction. They remain both optimistic and cautious. They know, as any experienced Valencia fan would, that Los Che have the unique gift in filling up…
In this episodes the boys discuss whether the calls for Bordalas's departure are warranted, and if so, a wise move for the club. They also discuss whether Ferran Torres deserved to be jeered by the Valencia fans during the Barcelona match. Tim says no. Sam says yes. Fight!
In this episode the boys discuss the first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals against Athletic Bilbao.
In this episode, the Bat Boys invite back Jeremy Beren, host of the podcast, Into The Calderon, to discuss the current state of La Liga teams, who is winning the transfer market (not Barca), and predictions for the top 4 of La Liga.
The boys discuss the 1-1 draw and tragic 3-2 defeat versus Atletico Madrid. 1 point of 6 in these difficult matches is disappointing... or is it? Join the debate: Were these two games promising performances or did Bordalas lose winnable games with his pressing and direct tactics. Also debate player performances, whether ATL or SEV is more annoying,…
The boys discuss the Copa Del Rey Round of 32 win against Atletico Baleares. They also discuss the drama that unfolded in the Sevilla - Real Betis derby, in which Juan Jordan received a "rod from god". They also discuss the current transfer market situation, the bright future for Mosquera, and the upcoming match against Sevilla!…
In this episode the boys try to remain positive and discuss Sam's homemade Reuben sandwiches instead of recapping a more sobering defeat at the hands of Real Madrid. A different lineup with Yunus Musah starting and Guillamon back in midfield wasn't enough to counter an absent Soler and an in-form Real Madrid.…
In this episode, the boys look back on the first half of 21/22 and discuss the big takeaways including the lows and highs from the team under Bordalas. They turn their attention to the first portion of the next half of the season, including the Real Madrid match.
Feliz Navidad and a recap of the Levante win, hopes to close the cap on European spots and other news around the league.
In this episode, the boys discuss the win against Elche, which sees Valencia CF just four points from European spots.저자 The Bat Boys
The boys break down the away game against Celta Viga, where Valencia came away with three points in a game of errors and gifts. Goals by Hugo Duro and Maxi continue to make our forward line a question mark meanwhile our injuries saw new faces, which proved to be just enough to secure a win and climb back to 8th place.…
In this episode, the boys discuss the current state of the season after the previous 4 difficult games, a Copa del Rey start, and the Rayo Vallecano match. They also discuss the upcoming matches and hopes to see from the rest of the first half of the season.
In this episode the boys discuss the game away against Real Sociedad, which resulted in a hard fought 1-1 draw with 12 cards and just 5 shots on goal.저자 The Bat Boys
In this episode, the boys mostly rant about how good it feels to have won against Villarreal, in a turnaround performance resulting in a clean sheet, organized defending, and an outstanding goal from Guillamon.
In this episode, Tim and Cerebrone recap the first 8 games of the season. Cerebrone lays down his thoughts on all things tactics, performance, results, and highlights from this season as well as his take on Bordalas's performance: * Rating Bordalas: A poor eye for talent * Forcing the 4-4-2 * Foulquier: why? * Big mistakes: look to the coach * Tran…
In this episode, the boys recount the Mallorca match which saw an abysmal first half followed by a 2 goal extra time recovery, which very well may mark a key psychological moment in this La Liga campaign. Abysmal first half Racic, Diakhaby, and Maxi half-time subs Kang-In Lee's genius and folly Helder Costa's breakout game Does Gaya's goal save the…
The boys recap the Barcelona match, which saw an even duel punctuated by an amazing Gaya goal, a VAR controversy, a wide open defender, and an Ansu Fati strike. What to make of this match? What happens to Bordalas, should this streak continue?
In this episode, Paco Polit joins Tim to check-in on the current progress of the season. We discuss the rise and fall of Valencia which results in Los Che sitting in 8th place after capturing 1st after 4 games. We hit on every aspect of the game including: Has the the team met Paco's expectations Bordalas's rating: 10 bats out of 10? Player Perform…
In this episode, the boys discuss the Cadiz match and other news surrounding Valencia. - Cadiz Match Recap - Horrible fan reaction to Diakhaby - First Half: bad or not bad? - Player performances - Correia extension - VCF sale? - Lim's salary cap infusion - Barcelona Preview저자 The Bat Boys
In this episode we discuss how Los Che ended up in 8th place, after being top of the league. Was this the expected Bordalas slump? Are just injuries to blame? How oh how did it come to this.. Just 1 point from 9. Sevilla - The horrible start - Bordalas's comments - Mama's mistakes... - Bordala to blame? - Why Jason, why? Athletic Club Recap - An ev…
In this episode, the Bat Boys discuss the Real Madrid loss and why there are more positives to take away from this game than negatives.
In this episode, the boys discuss the end of the La Liga Transfer window, including the winners of losers of this market. They also discuss the last few VCF signings, Helder Costa, Hugo Duro, and Dmitri Foulquier. The also debate on the merits of keeping or selling Soler or Gaya if the price is right and the Osasuna matchup.…
In this episode, the boys discuss the very strange transfer window that has seen big signings on free transfers across leagues. They also discuss the Valencia transfer window including Alerete, Foulquier, and Marcos Andre; and departing Kang-In Lee. They also discuss the excellent 3-0 win over Alaves, which results in 7 points, tied for 1st place. …
In this episode, the Bat Boys discuss the Granada game, which saw Los Che tie 1-1. This equates to 4 points after two games for the new Bordalas era. They discuss the game, player performances, Maxi Gomez, Racic and lineups. The boys also discuss the new arrival of Marcos Andre from Valladolid.