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The ONLY English language football podcast about the Copa Libertadores brought to you by the broadcasters calling the games. Each week David and Oliver look at all all the action and talking points from South America's greatest ‘soccer’ competition. Looking at clubs from Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia and more vie for Gloria Eterna and there’s always plenty to talk about from across the continent.
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Join hosts David Windsor and Ollie Wilson on "Not Another Sports Pod" as they dive into the week's hottest sports topics. 🎙️🔥 This Week's Highlights: England Beating Switzerland on Penalties ⚽: England's best ever shootout? England's Formation Leaked Before Kickoff 📋: Why did it happen & does it matter? Emma Raducanu's Run at Wimbledon 🎾: Can she w…
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Not Another Sports Podcast returns to discuss all the big sporting stories from the last few days. This Week's Highlights: England Crawl Into Quarterfinals: Bellingham spares Southgate's blushes as Slovakia slip late on The Fine Line In Football: Success and failure are just a thin margin away Austrian Grand Prix Brings More Drama: Lando Norris and…
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Not Another Sports Pod returns for episode two, making it a longer running show than THOUSANDS of podcasts that have come before it [and almost longer than a Scotland appearance at a International football competition. This Week's Highlights: Scotland Make Another Early Exit: There's probably only one clear reason why the Tartan Army aren't making …
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Not Another Sports Pod #1 - Will England win a trophy before 2066? Join hosts David Windsor and Ollie Wilson on "Not Another Sports Pod" as they dive into the week's hottest sports topics. This Week's Highlights: England's 1-0 Victory Over Serbia: Breaking down the key moments and standout performances. Golden Generation vs. Current Front Six: Whic…
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Ollie flies solo for WAY too long talking the situation in the Groups of the Copa Libertadores going into Matchday 6. Have Chelsea found two gems on the continent as the English club announces their purchase of Palmeiras' Estevao? Has Ollie ruined his chances of ever going to another Velez game in this city after making a fool of himself on a popul…
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Kendry Páez is the real deal.....we think.....possibly.....no he is. Independiente del Valle v Palmeiras took centre stage this week and it was the best game of the Libertadores so far. The best footballers in South America going head to head as soon-to-be Chelsea player Kendry Páez faced off against soon-to-be Real Madrid player Endrick. We talk a…
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Ollie and Dave sit and discuss Darmian Diaz, one of many ageless talents rolling back the years in the CONMEBOL Libertadores. But does age matter on this continent? The youngsters don't think so as Palmeiras and River Plate's young guns strut their stuff before their moves to Man City and Real Madrid. And do we need another continental competition …
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The Libertadores final is here after a long long wait since the semi-final. Over 14 games have been played by both Palmeiras and Flamengo since then but finally the one that really matters is here. Another all Brazil final, the two most recent champions meet to decide who is the strongest side in South America.......so let the games begin [after Da…
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David and Ollie look back at the Libertadores semi-final second legs, rue not putting their mortgages on the two finalists and talk briefly about the road ahead. Renato Gaucho hits his record setting 50 win mark as a manager on the road to Gloria Eterna, while the Green Giant gets the chance to defend their crown. South American football never soun…
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Dave and Ollie reflected on the 1st legs of the two CONMEBOL Libertadores semi-finals. There was a tactical breakdown of Palmeiras 0-0 Atletico Mineiro, we discussed Hulk’s penalty, the Green Giant’s poor form and could Diego Costa’s injury be a blessing in disguise… Flamengo have a two-goal lead leaving Barcelona needing a minor miracle, in Guayaq…
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David and Ollie discuss the up coming semi finals as Barcelona meet Flamengo and Atl. Mineiro and Palmeiras square off in the a all Brazil affair. Do the Ecuadorian's have a chance against the 2019 champions? Will Palmeiras get a chance to defend their Libertadores title. The biggest football competition in South America returns this week.…
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The semi-finals of the Copa Libertadores are set and there's plenty of football to talk from the second legs of the final eight. Flamengo and Gabigol were emphatic but have Atletico Mineiro impressed more with Hulk and Zaracho? Can Ecuador's Barcelona be the thorn in the Brazil clubs' side and has Raphael Veiga's return to the Palmeiras lineup been…
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Ollie and Dave discussed the quarterfinal 1st legs as we reach the sharp end of the 2021 CONMEBOL Libertadores. Fluid Flamengo march on, River are left needing another Gallardo Houdini act, the Sao Paulo boys are poised at 1-1 & Barcelona will be banking on home form to see them through to the final four. Enjoy!…
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The Round of 16 in the Copa Libertadores finished with a fight and a flurry as Boca Juniors threw fists after their loss to Atl. Miniero in Brazil as South American football lived up to its stereotypes in the worst way. Once the tear gas had cleared the other Brazilian sides of Flamengo, Palmeiras and Sao Paulo toppled all in front of them to leave…
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The Copa Libertadores kicked off its knockout stage this week and South America's premier club tournament didn't quite erupt into action. Maybe the Copa America has drained the legs, maybe in Brazil they're just playing too much football [is that possible?] or maybe we just had a quiet week. Either way, Dave and Ollie talk about all the action from…
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Italy vs England & Argentina vs Brazil? Naaaah... Ollie and Dave sidestepped the two big weekend blockbusters to focus on all things CONMEBOL Libertadores. We previewed the R16 1st leg clashes, Borre's departure, the favourites, the underdogs and the possibility of a Boca/River quarter-final. Finally the big question...how on EARTH are red hot Palm…
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Ollie and Dave sit down to look ahead to the Copa America that starts this weekend but, as you'd expect, there's a Copa Libertadores twist as they run through the squads of Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile and the rest to see which players playing in the Libertadores could make a impact in the tournament.So will the boys from Boca [not m…
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The last 16 draws have been made! In the Libertadores; Can Cuca oust Boca again? And are we heading for a Flamengo vs Palmeiras final? The Sudamericana produced a draw to saviour with Nacional & Peñarol facing off on the continental stage....the biggest rivalry in Uruguayan football. Not to mention LDU Quito vs Gremio and a host of other crackers. …
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With the group stages wrapped up, the line-up for the last 16 of the CONMEBOL Libertadores is now complete. There was drama in Paraguay as Olimpia scored six to progress, River got a little lucky & the Brazilians continued to batter everyone. We discussed our player/coach of the group stages and is 6/1 for Palmeiras to defend the trophy the best be…
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Matchday five from the Group Stage is in the books but rather than look back at Gremio's big win against Aragua or Peñarol fumbling their chance to lock up top spot in their group, Dave and Ollie look ahead to the final group games and ask who is going through as almost every game this coming week could play a role in deciding who makes it to the k…
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We discussed the covid chaos which caused four-time champions and Libertadores royalty River Plate to play midfielder Enzo Perez in between the sticks vs Santa Fe. Why haven’t Boca signed a striker? What was Willian Arao thinking? And will Wilson ever get to have a lengthy chat and a few cans with Miguel Angel Ramirez? Oh, and Deportivo Táchira net…
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South America sees its soccer start to sizzle less with continental flare, but grit and tension takes over as the Libertadores Group Stage gets serious. Boca Juniors are beaten by Santos, Sao Paulo are suffocated by Rentistas and even the all powerful Palmeiras are prevented from banging the goals in. As the football gets nervy, the big guns look t…
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The setting for the Copa Sudamericana is set as the Centenario in Montevideo is chosen as the host venue for the final of this year's tournament. But can Peñarol maintain their near perfect start to the competition and play on home soil in November for the crown?South American football's sister competition is picking up but there is so much left to…
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We've reached the halfway point of the 2021 Copa Libertadores group stages and it certainly hasn't disappointed. Ollie and Dave picked apart all 16 matches on MD3 & discussed the ominous form displayed by the big Brazilians. Is Rony the best player on the continent? Is Mario Pineida the most underrated player on the continent? Are Boca in a spot of…
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The Copa Sudamericana throws up some South American football record breakers as Brazil's Gremio shock the continent. Melgar's sensational soccer sees another Brazilian giant thwarted while San Lorenzo are still stumbling as the teams from Argentina fail to live up to their reputations. Ollie and Dave dive into the sister competition of the Libertad…
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The Sudamericana had its second round of group games this week and the finest football sides in the competition came to play. Libertad, Peñarol, Gremio and Independiente all had impressive wins while Emelec continued their dominance in Group G. Most of the groups are wide open but how is the new format of the competition fairing so far. All is disc…
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The giants of South America have woken from their slumber as the Brazilian sides light of the Libertadores this week.Flamengo, Palmeiras, Sao Paulo and Internacional all had sensational victories but Boca Juniors and River Plate also ensured their solid starts to the competition and you still can't sleep on the sides from Ecuador. Dave and Ollie co…
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The Copa Sudamericana's inaugural Group Stage kicked off this week and Ollie and Dave bring you the best of the action from the Libertadores' sister competition. Giants like Uruguay's Peñarol and Argentina's Independiente have started brightly but the big boys from Brazil, Corinthians, have been sluggish to get going. Only the top side in each grou…
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The group stages of the 2021 Copa Libertadores are up and running, with plenty of drama & talking points on Matchday 1. 2020 champions Palmeiras and 2019 champions Flamengo both needed late goals away from home to secure victory. History was made as Boca won in Bolivia for the first time in 51 years and Always Ready chalked up their very first thre…
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The Group Stage of the Copa Libertadores is almost upon us and the path to Gloria Eterna has been laid out in front of the giant clubs from Brazil and Argentina. Will Boca Juniors and River Plate make it to the final four ones again? Will Flamengo bounce back from their sub-par tournament last year? Can Palmeiras go back-to-back and retain the crow…
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Dave & Ollie discussed the 3rd phase of qualification (1st legs) - with places up for grabs in the group stages of the 2021 Copa Libertadores. There was a substantial slice of Copa history as Santos' teenagers delivered the goods against San Lorenzo. While Independiente del Valle edged out former champions Gremio setting up a fascinating trip to Br…
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The Copa Sudamericana starts with the first knockout round this week and while the sides may not be as well known as the giants of South American soccer, the football is as frantic as ever with plenty of late drama, goals and glory to kickoff the 2021 campaign. Ollie and Dave discuss the new format of the competition and some of the talking points …
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The Copa Libertadores has returned for another year of South American football drama as sides search for Gloria Eterna and we're already seeing some delicious ties forming in the final qualifying round for the Group Stage. Ollie and Dave discuss the big boys from Brazil, Santos and Gremio, Argentinas San Lorenzo, Independiente del Valle and Atletic…
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For the final WW podcast of the season, Ollie and Dave discussed Palmeiras' poor performance at the Club World Cup as the Brazilians departed from Qatar without scoring a goal. There was an extensive review of Rony's penalty run-up, which rapidly morphed into a wider debate about global warming, egos, bitcoin, Marcelo Gallardo (obviously!) and so m…
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After lifting the Copa Libertadores just a few days ago, the FIFA Club World Cup looms on the horizon for Abel Ferriera's Palmeiras side. Liga MX outfit Tigres are first on the hitlist for the South American champions and Dave and Oliver look ahead and assess the Brazilians' chances of making the final, look back at how the competition is viewed in…
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#29 Palmeiras are 2020 Copa Libertadores champions! Ollie and Dave discussed an explosive end to a drab final which ultimately saw Palmeiras lift the Libertadores title for just the second time in their history. We zoomed in on the 90+14 minutes, chatted about Cuca's t-shirt, the fans, Santos no-shows and of course Breno Lopes' late, late header. W…
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#28 David and Ollie get ready for the big one. The Copa Libertadores Final in Rio is a all Brazilian affair, as Santos face Palmeiras. There’s features from Kristian Bengtson [@anypalmeiras] and Pedro Anthony [@SantosFC_Ingles] as they talk about their respective sides’ chances and predictions are made, a look back at the journey to the final, the …
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#26 The bright lights of CONMEBOL club football flash away from the Copa Libertadores and focus on the Copa Sudamericana this week with the competition's final taking place in Cordoba, Argentina, this Saturday. Its a all Argentinian affair with 2013 winners Lanús meeting Hernan Crespo's Defensa y Justicia. Ollie and David preview the final and talk…
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#25 Dave and Ollie break down what they saw this week in the Copa Libertadores semi-final second legs as Palmeiras hold on against River Plate and Santos sink Boca in Brazil. They're joined by Kristian Bengston [@AnyPalmeiras] who reviews the Green Giant, Joel Richards [@Joel_Richards] reflects on River, Francisco are [@FranciscoAure] bemoans Boca …
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#24 Dave and Ollie discussed the 1st legs of both Copa Libertadores semi-finals. We contemplated the (probable) end of an era for Marcelo Gallardo at River Plate, alongside plenty of praise for Palmeiras’ clinical attack. Elsewhere at La Bombonera we picked apart Boca 0-0 Santos – one for the purists. And the big question; is it possible for a team…
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#23 Ollie and Dave look ahead to the battles of Argentina v Brazil, as River Plate play Palmeiras before Boca host Santos the following night. Special guests join them to break down the two fantastic nights of football helped by Joel Richards [talking River Plate], Pedro Anthony [talking all things Santos] and Francisco Aure [from the Boca in Engli…
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#22 Ollie voiced a glorious version of The Night Before Christmas, perfectly adapted to the Libertadores present and Boca's victory over Racing. We discussed Carlos Tevez, Racing's ineptitude and had a brief glimpse at the semifinals of Copa Libertadores. Of course we also discussed the very real prospect of a Superclasico final between Boca and Ri…
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#21 David and Ollie look back at the dominance of the Green Giant, the ripples that River may have just sent through South America, sleeping on Santos and Boca racing to finish their Quarter-Final games before the end of 2020 [see what we did there]. All that and more Libertadores discussion on the podcast.…
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