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Musa Okwonga is the cofounder of Stadio and cohost of ‘The Stadio Podcast.’ He is the author of three books about football, ‘A Cultured Left Foot,’ ‘Will You Manage?,’ and ‘Football Legends: Raheem Sterling.’ His new book, 'In the End, It Was All About Love,' is available now from Rough Trade Books. He is based in Berlin.

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The WSL’s Record-Breaking Weekend and Concerns About England

There’s also a quick shout for the Frauen Bundesliga and discussion about the 15 players that have resigned from the Spain women’s national team

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The Grim and the Great of the Madrid Derby, WSL Returns, and More

Plus, Musa and Ryan answer a few questions on De Zerbi and expanding the Women’s Champions League

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Would a Premier League All-Star Game Be Such a Bad Idea?

Musa and Ryan also round up this week’s action for Europe’s premier club competition

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Versatile Greats and Why Do Some Elite Strikers Struggle?

Plus, Musa, Ryan, and Flo talk about Chris Kamara, who revealed this week his struggles with apraxia and give him flowers on his pioneering and popular media career

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Union Top of the Bundesliga and What’s Up With Juventus?

Musa and Ryan are on the move, recording in a cafe at the airport for the very first time—they touch on football being suspended in the U.K. before talking about some of the football that did occur

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Tuchel Out, Potter In, and the Champions League Is a Go!

After a look at opening-round results in the Champions League, Musa and Ryan discuss Thomas Tuchel being sacked by Chelsea and Graham Potter taking charge, including what it means for both men and the direction of the club

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Serena Retires, Figo Documentary, and Flowers for Bellerín, Rashford, and Iwobi

Plus, Ian, Musa, and Ryan react to Manchester United’s win over Arsenal

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Manchester United Win the Stadio Derby

Plus, Musa and Ryan wrap up some other Premier League results and reluctantly discuss VAR, head over to Milan for another derby, where Milan beat Inter in San Siro, and round up some over results around Europe

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Celebration Police, Ending the Inevitable, and Which Teams Should We Worry About?

Musa and Ryan also round up some results around Europe, including big starts for PSG and Bayern coming to a halt

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Barcelona’s Young Core, Isak to Newcastle, and in Defense of the Bundesliga!

Musa and Ryan discuss the likes of Ansu Fati, Pedri, Gavi, et al., and how Barca’s signings could affect their pathway and progress. They then discuss Alexander Isak’s transfer to Newcastle and Callum Hudson-Odoi’s rumored loan to Bayer Leverkusen.