Political Football launches into series three with a look at contemporary Spain and, in particular, the issue of potential independence for Catalunya
The Lob is a podcast by These Football Times looping through the ages of football, discussing the best names, games, teams and eras in the sport’s elongated history, with a bit of current affairs and coaching thrown in for good measure.
Welcome to a new series – My Side – discussing writers’ and fans’ greatest teams over the years. First up is Newcastle’s 1995/96 vintage
Thomas Gravesen was loved by the supporters of the teams he served, and underappreciated by the wider breadth of football
Author Daniel Gray returns to the Centre Circle to discuss another of his wonderfully evocative books, Saturday, 3pm, and 50 delights of the modern game
With Euro 2020 qualifiers about to begin – six months later than usual due to the advent of the Nation League – what’s better for the continental game?
In an era of African academies popping up all over the continent, selling talent to Europe, is it detrimental to the domestic game and national teams?
He founded a club in Latvia, a successful women’s team, seen the fallout of Robert Mugabe’s crumbling regime and been to six World Cups. Meet Justin Walley
Join guest Peter Galindo as he guides us through the murky waters of Peruvian football and reveals the bribery, corruption and seething political intrigue
Join our hosts as they talk to Jeff Goulding, author of Stanley Park Story, the modern benchmark and successor to the football “faction” greats
We talk to Uri Levy about Egyptian football, a country that defines the intricate relationship between politics, society and the beautiful game
Bringing our managerial rivalries series to a close, we move to the 1990s, a decade that saw Ferguson, Wilkinson, Dalglish, Keegan and Wenger all do battle
Northern Irish club football is divided along so many lines, as we explored with Ben Roberts in this special episode of Political Football
Through its various peaks and troughs, the League Cup has remained a stalwart of the English game, capable of influencing more than first seems
A revolutionary at Lincoln and Watford, a saviour at Aston Villa and vilified with England: Graham Taylor’s managerial career was unlike most others
With much of Spain under the oppression of General Franco, football suffered immensely as the nationalist, brutal dictator stamped his authority
Kevin George joins us to discuss his book Soccology, which examines behaviour, psychology and emotion through the words of former and current footballers
In keeping with the past, politics and football in Brazil are on a collision course once again. But how will Jair Bolsonaro affect the beautiful game?
Adam Summerton, from BT Sport and UEFA, gives a unique insight into the world of a commentator at the very highest level of football