Soccer Weekly

February 1, 2021

Mo Salah looked terrific in Liverpool’s second away win of the week, while Manchester City keep rolling on.

Mo Salah looked terrific in Liverpool’s second away win of the week, while Manchester C... more

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Curated byAdrian Sherling, Hark Editor
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Was Mo Salah’s Strike the Goal of the Season So Far?

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Mo Salah scored a wonderful counter-attacking goal in Liverpool’s 3-1 win at West Ham. The Totally Football panel debate whether it was the best goal scored so far this season.
Was Mo Salah’s Strike the Goal of the Season So Far?

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

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Gary Neville Labels Manchester United “The Odd Bunch”

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Former Manchester United star Gary Neville labels his old team “an odd bunch” after their title charge stalled this week. He tells Martin Tyler what he means by that in The Gary Neville Podcast.
Gary Neville Labels Manchester United “The Odd Bunch”

The Gary Neville Podcast

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Thomas Tuchel’s Bright Start at Chelsea

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Thomas Tuchel has got his first win as Chelsea manager and Jimmy Conrad believes the rest of the Premier League should be worried. From Que Golazo.
Thomas Tuchel’s Bright Start at Chelsea

House of Champions: A CBS Soccer Podcast

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Is Gareth Bale Still a World-Class Player?

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With Harry Kane out injured, Tottenham are looking to Gareth Bale for goals. But James Richardson asks: is he good enough any more? From the Totally Football Show.
Is Gareth Bale Still a World-Class Player?

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

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Saluting The Blades’ Win Over Manchester United

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Sheffield United are bottom, but looked terrific in their victory over Manchester United. The Football Weekly gang saluted Chris Wilder’s men.
Saluting The Blades’ Win Over Manchester United

Football Weekly

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How Can We Stop Racist Abuse Against Players on Social Media?

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This is Lianne Sanderson’s brilliant monologue on what needs to be done to stamp out the racist abuse of footballers on social media after Marcus Rashford became the latest player to be abused. From Football Daily.
How Can We Stop Racist Abuse Against Players on Social Media?

Football Daily

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