Musa and Ryan have a lot to get through this week and begin with a roundup of key women’s games around Europe, including the top four all winning in the WSL (02:48) as well as Bayern and Barcelona maintaining 100 percent starts ahead of this week’s Women’s Champions League. It’s then to the Premier League, reflecting on Manchester United’s win over Manchester City in the derby, halting the winning run of Pep Guardiola’s side (17:46), before touching on Fulham’s win over Liverpool and why Jürgen Klopp is still the perfect man to coach at Anfield (27:31). They also round up the rest of the Premier League (35:57) before heading to the Bundesliga, where Bayern came from behind to beat Dortmund (38:06), and then to La Liga where a title race is emerging following a draw in the Madrid derby and a win for Barcelona, before discussing Joan Laporta’s return to the Barcelona presidency (47:44). Finally, there are props to Steven Gerrard for returning Rangers to the top of Scottish football after their first top-flight title in 10 years (63:32).
So Many Big Games, So Little Time (the Director’s Cut)
Musa and Ryan discuss the key women’s games around Europe, reflect on Manchester United’s win over Manchester City, Fulham’s win over Liverpool, and much more
KOC and Logan reflect on the draft and look ahead to the start of free agency
Rachel Lindsay welcomes on Callie Curry and Juliet Litman to discuss the first three episodes of ‘The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip’ Season 2
Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker Split, Jason Derulo Sings Opera, and Ben Affleck Has a Pepsi Machine
Plus, this week’s Cringe Mode is ‘Showgirls’
Paolo Goes No. 1! Behind the Surprise Decision With Magic President Jeff Weltman, Plus More NBA Draft Observations.
Plus, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions