Episode 375 – Ready for what’s next
Aug04

Episode 375 – Ready for what’s next

On this week’s podcast… We look back at the last game of the 19/20 season, discuss the abysmal performance by Benfica, We then turn our attention to the unveiling of Jorge Jesus which we hope will usher in a new era of glory for club. We go through the roster and our loanee list and play our “Sell, Keep, Loan” game, and discuss signings, start of next season and UCL qualifiers.

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Episode 374 – 1,000 miles to Jamor
Jul28

Episode 374 – 1,000 miles to Jamor

On this week’s podcast… We welcome Filipe D’Avillez the author of “1,000 miles to Jamor” a book about the road to the Portuguese Cup final, that follows the minnows of Portuguese football, and the passion that surrounds Portugal’s second biggest trophy. We also recapped the last game of the season against Sporting, and looked ahead to the season’s curtain call against porto in the Portuguese...

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Episode 373 – The second coming of Jesus
Jul22

Episode 373 – The second coming of Jesus

On this week’s podcast…We recap Benfica’s game against Desportivo das Aves, a match surrounded by factors that expose the bad side of Portuguese football, and of small teams being run by outsiders. We then get to the juicy part of the podcast with Cristiano and Alfredo discussing the appointment of Jorge Jesus, from opposite ends of the spectrum. Lastly we look ahead to Benfica’s last game of the regular season...

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Episode 372 – It is, what It is
Jul15

Episode 372 – It is, what It is

On this week’s episode… We look back at Benfica’s tie against Famalicao, the win against Guimaraes, and we look ahead to Desportivo das Aves match up.

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Episode 371 – Verissimo until the end
Jul07

Episode 371 – Verissimo until the end

On this week’s podcast…. With Lage gone, and Verissimo at the helm, Benfica recorded their 3rd win in 14 games. We discuss what has changed; was it the attitude? or was just the fact that balls went in? We also look ahead to two difficult matches against Famalicao and Guimaraes.

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