Fox Football Podcast

Fox Sports Australia

The Fox Sports Football team dissect all the big issues locally and abroad.

The FootBald Show previews the upcoming W-League decider and looks into 'what next' for Sam Kerr, and whether this might be her final domestic game on home soil in a while.

Fox Football broadcaster Brenton Speed also includes Kerr in what he believes is Australian football's best on-field partnership.

As usual, 'Speedy' joins fellow broadcaster Andy Harper and Fox Football's Executive Producer Murray Shaw, unpacking plenty on Australian soil and overseas, too.

Here's today's rundown:

Asian Champions League (4:00)

Players they enjoyed watching, including Dylan Wenzel-Halls, Christine Nairn, Sam Kerr (11:00)

Murray Shaw's very hot hunch: Sam Kerr won't be back next season and what she can get out of playing in Europe (14:00)

A look at the W-League Grand Final (20:00)

The best partnership in Australian Football - Hill and Kerr (20:00)

New Victorian A-League team have announced name and colours (27:00)

What now for Josh Risdon? (32:00)

Reddy's Diego Castro International GOAT take (35:00)

Mike Mulvey pressure (37:30)

PSG's big win over the Red Devils (42:30)

Saving Hakeem al-Araibi and crediting Craig Foster (47:30)

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Straight after Alen Stajcic's media appearance Monday morning, former Socceroo and A-League striker Bruce Djite sat down with Fox Football's Simon Hill and Fox Sports News 500's Daniel Garb to work out what exactly is going on at the FFA, plus much more.

Here are further details about what's brought up on today's episode:

Stajcic chat (0:00-20:00)

Glory, Glory Perth (20:00-24:30)

No VAR for penalty? (24:30-27:00)

Adam Taggart's fantastic form (26:30-29:30)

Thai Airways (29:30-31:00)

Mike Mulvey's future (30:30-34:30)

Danny Vucevic's efforts in Belgium (34:00-36:00)

Manchester City blowing out Chelsea (36:00-38:00)

Ask Bruce anything (41:30-49:00)

Sam Kerr steps up (48:30-50:30)

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The FootBald show returns in 2019, now that Fox Football broadcasters Andy Harper and Brenton Speed are back from their Asian Cup commitments. They join Executive Producer Murray Shaw, discussing what they saw in the UAE, plus what's happened domestically since then.

Talking points include:

-Best individual performers, plus the over and underachievers at the Asian Cup (from start)

-Socceroos Report Card (20:30)

-The extent of the A-League's scoring spree (31:00)

-Harps' rant around conservative refereeing (35:00)

-How A-League bottom three can turn it around (38:00)

-W-League semi finals (43:00)

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The Monday Flagship show is back!

DT football writer Tom Smithies is in the rotating chair this time, joining Fox Football broadcaster Simon Hill and Fox Sports News 500's Daniel Garb.

Talking points include:

Roar's lack of discipline (3:00)

A ridiculous Australian football stat (6:00)

January transfers (30:00)

Jamie Malaren's return (33:00)

Hakeen al-Araibi situation (37:00)

Matildas coaching saga (41:30)

EPL & City's win (44:30)

Listener / Twitter questions (47:30)

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Former Socceroos defender Saša Ognenovski joins Fox Football's Simon Hill and Fox Sports News 500's Daniel Garb.

Here's what's discussed:

Was the campaign a failure? (2:30)

How do the Socceroos get back to the heights of where they were? (4:30)

Maybe the development is too rigid? (5:00)

Australia's striker issue (9:00)

The Socceroos that stepped up and create hope (23:00)

Graeme Arnold speculation (28:30)

Assessing Arnold (30:00)

UAE hosting gripes (42:00)

"Utterly baffling" Alen Stajcic situation (55:30)

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