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Managing Madrid Podcast: Achraf Hakimi vs Wolfsburg Post-game; Castilla Corner; Podcasting Tips

How will Zidane use Achraf in the lineup / rotations? Plus Castilla season review, and a new segment called ‘Journalism Corner’ 

VfL Wolfsburg v Borussia Dortmund - Bundesliga Photo by Michael Sohn/Pool via Getty Images

This episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast comes in three parts.

Part One (Achraf Hakimi Post-game show with Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse)

  • Borussia Dortmund’s use of their full-backs
  • Dortmund’s help defense for Achraf Hakimi
  • Will Achraf’s defense be better at Real Madrid?
  • His goalscoring ability
  • How will Zinedine Zidane use Achraf?
  • His overall performance against Wolfsburg
  • Dortmund’s defensive shape
  • Jadon Sancho’s performance off the bench
  • Erlin Haaland / Luka Jovic parallels
  • The potential greatness of the young and upcoming Real Madrid generation
  • How to keep both Achraf and Dani Carvajal happy
  • How does Real Madrid use data and analytics?
  • And more.

Part Two — 50:18 — (Castilla Corner with Sam Sharpe, Kristofer McCormack, Ruben Skjerping)

  • Ruben’s appearance on Radio Marca
  • The senior side playing at the Di Stefano
  • Raul’s first season at Castilla
  • Players who impressed/surprised us
  • Disappointments
  • The third goalkeeper
  • Best moments

Part Three — 1:39:28 — (Journalism Corner): Kiyan gives tips to aspiring podcasters


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Hosts this week:

Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)

Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4)

Sam Sharpe (@CastillaStats)

Kristofer McCormack (@K_mc06)

Ruben Skjerping (@RubenPMN)