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Managing Madrid Podcast: Kristian Jack on Real Madrid’s season, Hazard noise, Poch, Marcelo, and more

Kiyan Sobhani is joined by TSN analyst Kristian Jack

FC Barcelona v Real Madrid - Copa del Rey Semi Final Photo by Angel Martinez/Getty Images

On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Kristian Jack (TSN Soccer analyst) discuss:

- TSN losing Champions League rights, and how that affects Canadian soccer

- Kristian’s new football podcast

- Barcelona’s weaknesses, and how Real Madrid exploited them

- Gerard Pique’s body language and connection with Semedo in El Clasico

- How will Barca’s game hold up against Europe’s best teams in the Champions League?

- Looking ahead to an interesting Manchester United vs PSG tie

- Eden Hazard’s comments: Are they necessary? Has he outgrown Chelsea? What is the likelihood Real signs him?

- Sarriball issues

- Assessment of Mateo Kovacic’s season

- Mauricio Pochettino’s lack of trophies -- a fair criticism?

- Marcelo’s defensive liability, where Sergio Reguilon fits in big games, etc

- Analyzing the perplexing Solari / Isco situation

- And more

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Hosts this week:

Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)

Kristian Jack (@KristianJack)

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