This episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast comes in three parts.
Part One (Castilla Corner with Sam Sharpe, Kristofer McCormack, and Ruben Skjerping)
- The massive changes in Segunda B this season
- Why its potentially the most important season in Castilla history
- Our expectations for the season
- Thoughts on the squad list and the weak points
- Raul as first team coach
- Who is in the first team in three years time.
- And more.
Part Two — 1:03:40 — (Historical Segment with Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse)
- Benfica 5 - 3 Real Madrid, 1962 European Cup Final
- Real Madrid’s ‘3rd leg’ vs Juventus, and their run to the final
- The classic 3-2-5
- An entire Alfredo di Stefano swoon segment.
- Has there been a player like him since?
- Francisco Gento, arriving from 2020 in a time machine
- Ferenc Puskas with yet another hat-trick in a final
- Eusebio’s greatness
- Pachin’s performance
- Miguel Muñoz’s success
- Johan Cruyff, the ball boy
- Broadcast things
- And more
Part Three — 1:54:32 — (Las Blancas with Grant Little)
- Grant breaks down the match that no one could watch
- Kenti Robles and Sofia Jakobsson’s good performances
- The dilemma of starting our best players out of position
- Aznar’s interesting substitutions
- Standouts and Best 11
- Overall takeaways from the first two matches
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Hosts this week:
Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)
Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4)
Grant Little (@grantlittle09)
Las Blancas (@Las_Blancas)
Sam Sharpe (@CastillaStats)
Kristofer McCormack (@K_mc06)
Ruben Skjerping (@RubenPMN)
Castilla Corner (@CastillaCorner)