The Ringer’s Donnie Kwak is joined by Ryan O’Hanlon and Micah Peters to discuss José Mourinho’s latest debacle at Manchester United (2:25) as well as the benefits and drawbacks of the Premier League’s continued trend toward super-subbing (26:24). Then they survey the state of international leagues outside the Premier League, including Barcelona’s and Real Madrid’s recent struggles, and whether this means anyone else has a shot at winning La Liga this season (48:33).
Are Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Barcelona All in Crisis?
Breaking down José Mourinho’s latest debacle at Manchester United and the pros and cons of the Premier League’s continued trend toward super-subbing
The crew revisits the Steven Spielberg classic
Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw joins to discuss the current state of network television
Heading into the midseason finale, Kim Wexler’s fate is still uncertain—and trying to predict her probable downfall is more agonizing than ever
The Turner Sports and Bleacher Report host discusses his media career and the NBA postseason
The crew discusses Tiger Woods’s status, Phil Mickelson’s withdrawal, and new elements people can expect on the TV broadcast
The hosts discuss Chelsea’s extra time win over Man City in the Women’s FA Cup final