On episode 353, Dan and Rafa Aldamuy of Més Que Un Podcast discuss Barça’s 3-1 win over Celta de Vigo and the future of Frenkie de Jong. They talk about the serious rumor of de Jong to Manchester United, concerns over head injuries, the final transfer of Coutinho away from Barça, and much more! Running Order: Was […]
On episode 239, Dan is joined by Robbie Dunne to discuss Barcelona’s 2-1 win over Rayo Vallecano in the Copa del Rey. They talk the excellence of Frenkie de Jong, Riqui Puig’s up and down match against Rayo, Messi’s recent form, and much more! Running Order: How has de Jong reached his recent excellence? How did Puig do in […]
Rayo Vallecano took the lead, but Barcelona, led by goals from Lionel Messi and Frenkie de Jong, came back for the 2-1 victory. Riqui Puig got the start and Junior Firpo struggled, but Ronald Koeman got enough out of his squad to book their ticket to the next round of the Copa del Rey.
On episode 238, Dan and Francesc discuss Barcelona’s victories over Cornellá and Elche. They talk the good form of Frenkie de Jong, the big week from Riqui Puig, the debut of Ilaix Moriba, the club’s worrisome debt, and much more! Running Order: What do fans expect from matches against third division opponents? What changed for the better […]
On episode 198, Dan and Francesc debate who deserves a starting spot next to Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez – Antoine Griezmann or Martin Braithwaite. They talk about the role of Arturo Vidal, the messaging of Takefusa Kubo playing while Ansu Fati and other La Masia players warm the bench, and much more! Running Order: Can we […]
La Liga is back and Barcelona got things started against Takefusa Kubo and Mallorca. Led by Messi and a surprise inclusion of Ronald Araújo, Barça took it to their opponents in a 4-0 win. The Barcelona Podcast breaks down the victory with a tactical breakdown and player grades.
La Liga is finally back! Barcelona travel to Mallorca to continue their push to the La Liga trophy. Takefusa Kubo, on loan from Real Madrid, gets all the headlines when he plays Barcelona, but if the Catalan giants drop points, Kubo’s less heralded teammates will play a big part.
Frenkie de Jong has been a regular starter for FC Barcelona since joining from Ajax Amsterdam in the summer of 2019. Considering most newcomers can take at least a year to adapt to their new environment and deal with the pressures of life at the Camp Nou, it would be fair to say that Frenkie’s […]
Ronald de Boer joins The Barcelona Podcast to discuss the connections between Ajax and FC Barcelona and what it’s like playing with top players like Messi. They also talk Frenkie de Jong’s first season at Barcelona, the philosophies of La Masia, his time at the Camp Nou, plus his brother Frank de Boer’s coaching career. […]
Want to watch our latest podcast with Sam Marsden on YouTube? We talked a possible return to action, Lautaro Martínez, Arthur, Frenkie de Jong, and much more!