Managing the Madrid podcast: Espanyol post-match; Castile corner

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This episode of Managing Madrid comes in two parts.

First part, Espanyol post-match with Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse:

  • Carlo Ancelotti’s back line
  • How the Antonio Rudiger – Eder Militao partnership worked
  • The positioning of Aurélien Tchouameni
  • Breaking the first goal and the genius of Tcohuameni and Vinicius Jr in this game
  • And the goal conceded… Whose fault is it?
  • Why we don’t worry about Karim Benzema
  • Vinicius’ performance
  • Should Fede Valverde play on the right side in games like this?
  • No more bumps on the chest, please.
  • The cast of Thibaut Courtois
  • The performances of Eduardo Camavinga and Rodygo Goes on the bench
  • Which outfield player would play goalkeeper for us in an emergency?
  • Antonio Rudiger is non-negotiable
  • Carlo’s Submarines
  • Marco Asensio and Eden Hazard
  • Sergio Reguilon at Atlético Madrid
  • And more.

Part Two (53:30), Castilla Corner with Kristofer McCormack and Ruben Skjerping

  • Where to watch Castilla this season
  • The role of Álvaro Rodríguez after the departure of Latasa
  • Why is Arribas still in Castile?
  • Will Real Madrid sign Vinícius Tobias on a permanent deal?
  • Chances of being promoted
  • Iker Bravo
  • Raúl’s attack options
  • Transfer from Reguilón to Atlético
  • Kris’ deleted tweet, race tracks and our favorite stadiums

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Hosts this week:

Kristofer McCormack (@CastillaCorner)

Ruben Skjerping (@RubenPMN)

Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4)

Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)

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