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Managing Madrid Podcast: Atalanta Mega Preview; Loan-tracker

A mega Tuesday podcast, where Kiyan Sobhani, Jose Perez, and Matt Wiltse preview the Atalanta game and review the performances of the loanees this past week

Atalanta BC v SSC Napoli - Serie A Photo by Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images

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

Part One (Loan-tracker with Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse)

- Martin Odegaard vs Manchester City

- Odegaard and Dani Ceballos vs Benfica

- Gareth Bale had moments!

- Sergio Reguilon’s return

- Was Takefusa Kubo to Getafe a bad move?

- Luka Jovic vs Bayern Munich

- Reinier Jesus vs Schalke

- Borja Mayoral vs Benevento and Braga

- Jesus Vallejo vs Napoli

- And more.

Part Two — 33:45 — (Mega Atalanta preview with Kiyan Sobhani and Jose Perez)

- Is Atalanta a good matchup for Real Madrid?

- Are they tactically versatile enough in big games?

- The lack of a ‘Plan B’

- Gasperini’s tactics

- What will Atalanta’s tactics be?

- Can Real Madrid deal with their press?

- How can Real defend Ilicic?

- Will Muriel and Zapata play together?

- How can Real Madrid score without Karim Benzema?

- Is ‘false 9’ an option?

- The of the wingers

- How Atalanta have been able to limit entries into the final third

- Key matchups

- And more.

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Hosts this week:

Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo)

Jose Perez (@jcperez_)

Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4)