Managing Madrid Podcast: Sevilla Preview; Madrid Mailbag; Loan-tracker

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This sponsor-only episode of Managing Madrid Podcast comes in three parts.

Part One: Kian Sobhani and Jose Perez review the Seville match

  • How good is Seville?
  • Are they better than they were last season?
  • The scourge of their injury
  • summer signatures
  • The absence of Youssef Al-Nusairi
  • Their expected style of play
  • Main matches
  • Ivan Rakitic’s new role
  • Casemiro’s importance in a game like this
  • Our best right choice
  • Sevilla starting line-up
  • Rafa Mir
  • and more.

Part Two (20:50): Mailbag Kian Subhani and Lucas Navarretti

  • Changes we’re making to rotations for the upcoming schedule
  • Has Carlo Ancelotti lost faith in Eduardo Camavinga?
  • Eder Militao’s career predictions
  • Christian Bale vs Gareth Bale
  • Ranking of Toni Kroos all the time among CMs
  • Peak of Marcelo vs Peak of David Alaba
  • Will the arrival of Kylian Mbappe cause defensive problems?
  • Should we treat the King’s Cup like the Carabao Cup?
  • and more.

Part Three (57:00) Matt Weltsey, loan track

  • Loan Battle: Abraham vs. Odriozola
  • Odriozola is quietly improving
  • Fiorentina game plan

  • Ibrahim’s overall performance
  • Thoughts on 7 exciting goals
  • Reguilon under the leadership of Conte
  • new position
  • Leeds goal error
  • Goal of the Match and Man of the Match award
  • Reguilon comments on ‘Hell Week’ under Conte
  • UCLE Tour
  • Ibrahim vs Atletico Madrid
  • Reinier Jesus vs Sporting Lisbon
  • and more.

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This week’s hosts:

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Matt Welts (Trustworthy)

Lucas Navarrete (Tweet embed)

Jose Perez (jcperez_)

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