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'Ringer FC' is your podcast home for all things soccer on The Ringer. Join us on Monday and Thursday for 'Stadio', hosted by Ryan Hunn and Musa Okwonga, two long-time friends, covering the major European football leagues, and a lot more. On Wednesday, Arsenal legend and former England international Ian Wright hosts ‘Wrighty’s House’, discussing the latest in European football with a rotation of special guests.
 
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Musa and Ryan are back to talk about a weekend of fixtures that were as hot as the weather. They round up some of the key results around Europe after the returns of La Liga and Serie A (04:23), before heading to Stamford Bridge to chat about Chelsea and Spurs’ fiery draw (16:52) and give some Premier League shout-outs (37:15). Then, they look back …
 
Ian is joined by Ryan Hunn to chat about Liverpool’s draw with Crystal Palace, in which Darwin Núñez was sent off for headbutting Joachim Andersen (03:49). They discuss Núñez’s reaction and whether—in the long run—Liverpool’s new signing learned a valuable lesson. They also chat about Arsenal’s win over Leicester, including praise for William Salib…
 
Musa and Ryan are back to catch up a bit before discussing Real Madrid’s win over Eintracht Frankfurt in the European Super Cup (08:31), plus some transfers since the last episode, including Timo Werner’s return to Leipzig (16:05) and Musa reacts to seeing Georginio Wijnaldum’s announcement video for the first time. Then, in a week when the Benjami…
 
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga to look back on the Premier League’s opening weekend and hand out a whole load of flowers! They begin with Fulham’s impressive display in their 2-2 draw with Liverpool (01:06), before moving on to Brighton, who secured a first ever win at Old Trafford (10:21). Flowers also go to Brentford for coming back from 2-0 down …
 
Musa and Ryan are still bathing in the warm rays of England’s Euros win (00:39), but they turn their attention to some of the results from men’s club football over the weekend. They chat a bit about whether Liverpool have exposed a potential problem for Manchester City and what else could be taken away from their 3-1 Community Shield victory (08:03…
 
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn to talk about England winning Euro 2022 (00:53) in front of a record crowd at Wembley! They discuss how the game played out against a very impressive and unlucky Germany (03:43), before giving flowers to Sarina Wiegman after she guided the Netherlands and England to wins in consecutive Euros (35:42). They…
 
In this bonus episode, Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli! Musa and Ian sat down with Gabi at Arsenal’s preseason camp in Germany (11:04) and chatted about moving from Brazil, dealing with injury, his own development, and looking ahead to the new season. Host: Ian Wright Guests: Musa Okwonga and Gabriel Martinelli Produc…
 
Musa and Ryan instantly react to Germany’s 2-1 win over France to set up a Euro 2022 final against England at Wembley Stadium (02:55). They discuss Alexandra Popp’s brace, her tournament overall, and more from another thrilling Euros knockout fixture. Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podc…
 
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn to look back at England’s 4-0 win over Sweden to secure a place in Sunday’s Euro 2022 final at Wembley (00:30). They discuss the start, the goals, and, of course, another outrageous goal from Alessia Russo. They also chat about England’s path to the final, where they can improve even more, and, of course,…
 
Musa and Ryan begin with South Africa’s historic win over Morocco, to win the Women’s AFCON for the very first time (02:45). They then chat about Sweden and France competing in the Euros semifinals (12:30), before wrapping up some goings-on in the men’s game (28:34), including Bayern, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Barcelona debuts and Ben Mee’s carbon neut…
 
Musa and Ryan recap Germany’s 2-0 win over Austria to set up a Euro 2022 semifinal spot, where they will face France or the Netherlands (06:52). They then dive in to a couple more bits of transfer business (23:33), including yet another impressive signing in a good summer for Spurs (26:19). Side note: They would have loved to talk about the Ben Mee…
 
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Ryan Hunn to instantly recap a dramatic and tense night, which saw England come from behind to beat Spain 2-1 after extra-time (00.40) and book their place in the Euro 2022 semifinals. They talk about Spain’s control, England’s team selection, substitutions and the questions the game raised for Sarina Wiegman, …
 
Musa and Ryan have a quick catch-up, including Musa’s encounter with a Jedi, before moving on to rounding up the Euros' goings-on over the weekend, where all but one of the quarterfinalists were confirmed (07:39). In the second part of the show, they discuss some more transfers in the men’s game, including Koulibaly’s importance for Chelsea, Spurs’…
 
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Mayowa Quadri to chat more Euros, including what the mood is like inside the England camp (4:14) and France’s narrow win over Belgium, which saw an injury to Marie-Antoinette Katoto (8:13), the rest of the games, and who look like the favorites at this stage of tournament. In Part 2, they discuss Raheem Sterlin…
 
Musa and Ryan are back! They begin with some big news for Musa (1:02), before moving on to Germany’s 2-0 win over Spain (9:37). They then answer some questions on some transfer talk, including about Barcelona, Paul Pogba, Wayne Rooney, and more (23:08). There will also be plenty more transfer talk on the summer moves so far over the next few episod…
 
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Ryan Hunn to chat about England’s historic 8-0 win over Norway, which included a Beth Mead hat trick (01:00). They talk about the game, Sarina Wiegman’s comments afterward, and how the result might help England later in the tournament, before taking a look at the rest of the teams so far after their first round…
 
'Wrighty’s House' is back! Ian is joined by Jeanette Kwakye and Flo Lloyd-Hughes to discuss a few signings, including Gabriel Jesus (02:15) and Kalvin Phillips (11:02), as well as some other transfer talk. Then, they look ahead to the Women’s Euros, which starts this week (20:25). They chat about England’s chances, some dark horses, and other sides…
 
It’s a fun one today that goes a little all over the place before we take a brief summer break. Musa and Ryan quickly wrap up some results (05:00) from this week before moving on to some chat about summer transfers that look likely, like Darwin Núñez to Liverpool (09:14), and some they would like to see happen (15:19). They then answer some questio…
 
Musa and Ryan chat about Wales making it to their first World Cup in 64 years following a 1-0 win over Ukraine in another emotional encounter (02:09). They discuss the game and the surrounding context for both sides and nations before moving on to a bunch of What Ifs. First up: What if Aston Villa had been taken over instead of Manchester City in 2…
 
Musa and Ryan discuss Ukraine’s momentous win over Scotland at Hampden Park to set up a final against Wales for World Cup qualification (03:28). There’s also chat about Argentina’s win against Italy at Wembley in La Finalissima (16:46) and a couple other bits of transfer news (31:42). Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional…
 
Musa and Ryan quickly look back at some games since the last episode, including Nottingham Forest’s championship playoff final win and Barcelona’s Copa de la Reina victory (03:43). They talk about the potential departures of Sadio Mané from Liverpool and Robert Lewandowski from Bayern (15:35), and then open the mailbag to chat about salary caps (18…
 
In this episode, Musa and Ryan focus on Real Madrid’s win over Liverpool in the Champions League final. They begin with the troubling scenes that occurred outside the stadium before the game (06:01), before switching focus to what happened on the pitch (24:28). There’s praise for Carlo Ancelotti and reflection on both Real Madrid and Liverpool’s se…
 
Musa and Ryan are back to chat about Roma’s first major European trophy, following their 1-0 win over Feyenoord in the Conference League final (07:04). They talk about the game, plus the key players in what has been a memorable first season in charge for José Mourinho in the Italian capital. They then touch on a couple of other midweek games (33:29…
 
Ian is joined by Carl Anka and Mayowa Quadri to chat about Lyon’s win over Barcelona in the Women’s Champions League final (4:18). Next up, it’s on to the Premier League (19:11), including Leeds and Burnley’s final-day fight to avoid relegation (25:42), plus some Arsenal chat (32:27), and love for Brighton (36:39) and Brentford (48:22). Host: Ian W…
 
Musa and Ryan wrap up a dramatic Premier League final day, during which Manchester City secured a fourth title in five seasons (4:06) and Spurs sealed their place in the Champions League in some style (19:02). They touch on a few other things from the final day before moving on to Milan’s first Scudetto in 11 years (28:35), the German Cup final (35…
 
Musa and Ryan begin with Eintracht Frankfurt’s win over Rangers in the Europa League final, which clinched their first European title since 1980 (02:00) and will see them compete in Europe’s top club competition for the first time since 1960! There’s praise for Oliver Glasner as well as Giovanni van Bronckhorst and his Rangers side, who still have …
 
Musa and Ryan begin with the news that 17-year-old Blackpool player Jake Daniels became the first active professional men’s player in the U.K. to come out as gay in over 30 years (03:22) and what this could mean for men’s football. They then discuss Newcastle’s win over Arsenal (19:08), which all but ends the Gunners’ hopes of Champions League qual…
 
Ian is joined by Jeanette Kwakye, Flo Lloyd-Hughes, and Musa Okwonga! They begin this week with the Women’s FA Cup final, in which Chelsea beat Man City 3-2 in extra time to secure the double (02:37). They then touch on some of the goings-on in the Premier League (20:08), before going back to Wembley for the Men’s FA Cup final, where Liverpool beat…
 
It’s the 250th episode of 'Stadio'! Musa and Ryan begin with Inter’s 4-2 extra-time win over Juventus in the Coppa Italia final (04:08), before talking about Celtic’s title win and their resurgence under Ange Postecoglou (16:41) and rounding up some other results midweek (23:34). They then talk about Erling Haaland’s move to Manchester City (30:46)…
 
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Manchester City and England forward Chloe Kelly. Before that, Flo and Ian chat about Vivianne Miedema’s new Arsenal deal, and the final day of the Barclays WSL season (01:19). Then, Chloe joins them to chat about her recent return from a long-term injury, this Saturday’s Women’s FA Cup Final, securing Champions…
 
It’s the business end of the season, so Musa and Ryan begin by rounding up some key results around Europe this weekend, including title wins, races for European football, and relegation battles (2:31), before moving on to focus on the Premier League. Liverpool’s draw with Spurs (16:23) dented their title hopes, while also having consequences in the…
 
Musa and Ryan discuss the Europa League and Conference League semifinals, which saw Eintracht Frankfurt go through to their first European final in 42 years (04:33) after beating West Ham. They’ll face Rangers (20:08), who beat RB Leipzig 3-1 to set up a historic Europa League final in Seville. In the Conference League, Roma progressed against Leic…
 
Recorded on Spotify Live straight after the game, Musa and Ryan instantly react to another Real Madrid dramatic comeback, this time against Manchester City at the Bernabéu (01:02). They talk about Carlo Ancelotti’s men's path to the final, how they keep managing to do this, Pep getting it pretty much spot on, and the margins that could’ve seen the …
 
Musa and Ryan discuss Liverpool’s 3-2 win away at Villarreal, which—despite a first-half scare—was enough to send them through to a third Champions League final in five years (01:47). They then round up some other key games from Monday and Tuesday, including Fulham's and Bournemouth’s automatic promotion back to the Premier League and Nottingham Fo…
 
After attending one of them, Musa and Ryan begin with the two Women’s Champions League semifinals, which saw Barcelona progress against Wolfsburg and Lyon go through against PSG to set up a showdown later this month in Turin (02:41). They then discuss Carlo Ancelotti leading Real Madrid to the La Liga title (19:32), Trabzonspor’s first league title…
 
The first legs of the Europa League and Conference League semifinals took place on Thursday, so Musa and Ryan are back to do a roundup of them all: wins for Eintracht Frankfurt over West Ham (2:00), RB Leipzig against Rangers (13:18), and Feyenoord over Marseille in a fiery De Kuip (18:16), while Leicester and Roma ended all square (24:14). There’s…
 
Musa and Ryan discuss this week’s men’s Champions League semifinal first legs, which were very different but equally engrossing. They begin at the Etihad with one of the all-time great semifinal games between Manchester City and Real Madrid (06:47), which saw Pep Guardiola’s team take a narrow 4-3 lead as they head to Madrid. They then go to Anfiel…
 
Ian is joined by Carl Anka and Musa Okwonga to chat about the Merseyside Derby, where Liverpool beat Everton to maintain pressure on Manchester City at the top of the table (01:01). They also discuss Arsenal’s win over Manchester United and some other Premier League talking points (23:23), before wrapping up the Barclays FAWSL (45:01) and giving ou…
 
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Musa Okwonga to talk about being inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame alongside Vincent Kompany, Paul Scholes, Didier Drogba, Sergio Agüero, and Peter Schmeichel. They talk about what it means, how the early days at Crystal Palace shaped his career, and the importance of Steve Coppell (00:56). Then, Ry…
 
There’s a bit of a swap in the Ringer FC schedule, so Musa and Ryan return sooner than planned to talk about Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Manchester United at Anfield to go to top of the Premier League, for now at least (01:07). They touch on a couple of other games from Tuesday night (20:54) including Inter’s win over Milan to go through to the Coppa …
 
Musa and Ryan begin by rounding up a busy weekend of European football, including some key results in Spain, France, and Germany, as well as the Dutch Cup final and the Scottish Cup semifinals (01:20). Next up, it’s on to the men’s FA Cup semifinals, where Liverpool blew Manchester City away in the opening stages on Saturday to win 3-2 despite a la…
 
Musa and Ryan do their best to deal with an incredible week of Champions League action, that saw chaos, drama, and upsets. They begin with probably the biggest actual result of the round, Villarreal’s 1-1 draw that was enough to see them knock out Bayern in Munich (3:19), before touching on Liverpool progressing as expected, despite a resurgence fr…
 
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes to chat with a very special guest: former Arsenal and current Wolfsburg forward Jill Roord! They begin by talking about Roord as a player (01:18), before chatting about her time at Arsenal, in Germany, playing for the Netherlands national side, working under Sarina Wiegman and the upcoming Champions League tie agai…
 
It was a huge weekend up and down the Premier League, so Musa and Ryan begin at the Etihad, where Manchester City and Liverpool drew 2-2 in one of the most anticipated games of the season (04:24). Next up, there’s praise for Chelsea, who bounced back from a difficult week with an impressive display against Southampton (23:09), plus the race for top…
 
Musa and Ryan round up an amazing week of Champions League quarterfinal first legs, beginning at Stamford Bridge, where another Karim Benzema hat trick gave Real Madrid a 3-1 away win against Chelsea (03:12). Next up, Villarreal somehow will be disappointed with only beating Bayern 1-0, in a game which could have seen more goals for the home side (…
 
Ian is joined by Ryan Hunn to chat about Crystal Palace’s 3-0 win over Arsenal at Selhurst Park (10:21). They look at how impressive Palace have been and praise Patrick Vieira's great job before discussing Arsenal and the need to respond. Then, they give flowers to Chloe Kelly and Kalvin Phillips, who both made their returns from injury last weeken…
 
Musa and Ryan begin in the Premier League, where Brentford were brilliant in their 4-1 win at Chelsea, thanks in no small part to Christian Eriksen (4:56). They touch on the other Premier League results, another Old Firm Derby win for Celtic, the Derby d’Italia (20:28), Barcelona’s win over Sevilla thanks to a special Pedri goal (29:15), and some o…
 
In this bonus episode, Musa and Ryan react to the draw for this year’s men’s World Cup, including USA and England being in the same group (02:48). They also round up the rest of the Women’s Champions League quarterfinals, which saw Wolfsburg see off Arsenal (02:58) and Lyon overturn a first-leg defeat to eliminate Juventus (29:56). Host: Musa Okwon…
 
Musa and Ryan are back and there’s only one place to begin: Camp Nou, which saw a record crowd as Barcelona defeated Real Madrid in the Women’s Champions League to progress to the semifinals (5:51). They talk about the game, the brilliant goals, the importance of the occasion, and more, before also discussing Wednesday’s other Champions League game…
 
Ian is joined by Mayowa Quadri and Musa Okwonga to look back at the men’s and women’s FA Cup quarterfinals from the weekend, as well as react to the semifinal draw (04:19). There’s another bunch of flowers heading Tammy Abraham’s way after his brace in the Rome derby over the weekend (29:18), and some chat about the England men’s squad for the upco…
 
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