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Ringer soccer fanatics Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon team up to talk all things football. Joined by Ringer staff and guests, they will cover the Premier League, the USMNT, Bundesliga, Champions League, La Liga, Serie A, as well as international soccer ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
Los Angeles, CA
Premiere Date |
2017-08-07
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Weekly

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon sit down to recap Day 9 of the 2018 World Cup. They review Serbia-Switzerland, Brazil–Costa Rica, and Nigeria-Iceland, before comparing and contrasting the Argentine and Brazilian national teams (1:07). Then they preview the weekend's slate of matches, including Germany-Sweden, Mexico–South Korea, Belgium-Tunisia, England-Panama, Colombia-Poland, and Japan-Nigeria, before giving an English national team update (18:42)

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The Ringer's Donnie Kwak, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon connect to recap Day 8 of the 2018 World Cup. They review Argentina-Croatia, France-Peru, and Denmark-Australia before saying goodbye to the Peruvian national team and proposing a wager on Saturday's Mexico-South Korea match. Then they preview Day 9's slate of matches: Nigeria-Iceland, Brazil-Costa Rica, and Serbia Switzerland.

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The Ringer's Donnie Kwak, Ryan O'Hanlon, and Micah Peters recap an ostensibly boring Day 7 of the 2018 World Cup. They review Iran-Spain, Portugal-Morocco, and Uruguay–Saudi Arabia, before saying goodbye to the Saudi Arabian, Moroccan, and Egyptian national teams. Then they discuss some news from England's national team and preview Day 8's slate, including France-Peru, Australia-Denmark, and Argentina-Croatia.

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The Ringer's Donnie Kwak and Ryan O'Hanlon connect to recap Day 6 of the 2018 World Cup. They review Russia-Egypt, Poland-Senegal, and Japan-Colombia. Then they discuss the unusual number of own-goals in the tournament so far and how VAR can effect the outcome of a match before previewing Day 7's slate of games, including Morocco-Portugal, Uruguay-Saudi Arabia, and Iran-Spain.

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The Ringer's Donnie Kwak and Ryan O'Hanlon review the England-Tunisia match along with Mexico-Germany, Belgium-Panama, and Sweden-Korea before previewing Colombia-Japan.

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The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Ryan O’Hanlon, and Micah Peters react to Spain and Portugal’s instant classic in the group stage before looking ahead to this weekend’s slate.

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The Ringer's Donnie Kwak and Ryan O'Hanlon team up to review the World Cup opener between Russia and Saudi Arabia, which Russia won, 5-0. They also share their thoughts on Fox's broadcast and preview tomorrow's matches: Egypt-Uruguay, Morocco-Iran, and Spain-Portugal.

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Ryan O'Hanlon, and Micah Peters break down the 10 best teams heading into the 2018 World Cup.

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The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Ryan O’Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak lay out all of their previews and predictions for the 2018 World Cup groups (0:38). Then O’Hanlon connects with writers Andrew Helms and Matt Pentz to discuss their feature reporting why the USMNT didn’t make the 2018 World Cup (36:29).

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The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, Ryan O’Hanlon, and Donnie Kwak reflect on this year’s EPL season—where Manchester City walked off winning the title with 100 points—before jumping ahead to next season to ask where Man City goes from here and how Arsenal can fix itself. Finally, they discuss the coaching carousel, give out some end-of-season awards, and finish up with Micah's trip to the LAFC-NYCFC match last weekend.

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The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, Ryan O’Hanlon, and Donnie Kwak connect to talk about the UEFA Champions League (2:56) and the fall of Arsenal Football Club and Arsène Wenger (19:33) before finishing up with some Italian soccer talk (35:17).

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, Ryan O'Hanlon, and Donnie Kwak reunite to discuss why they aren’t that excited about Manchester City winning the Premier League (01:10) and the stickiness that surrounds the Wolverhampton promotion (10:10). Then they talk about Harry Kane betting his daughter’s life on a goal he may or may not have scored (22:05), Gianluigi Buffon’s red card and the reactions that followed (29:10), and Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s World Cup status (40:50).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak call an emergency micro-pod to discuss Barcelona's epic Champions League collapse against Roma and Liverpool's four-goal victory over Manchester City.

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, Ryan O'Hanlon, and Donnie Kwak reunite to discuss Zlatan Ibrahimovic's MLS debut and the electrifying match between the L.A. Galaxy and LAFC (2:45). Then they break down the end of the EPL's top-four race (14:00), check in on World Cup preparations (30:30), and end with a Christian Pulisic update (36:50).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, Chris Ryan, and Donnie Kwak connect to discuss José Mourinho’s third-season nuclear meltdown (01:40), the Premier League manager’s who are on the hot seat (16:40), Mo Salah having an all-time Premier League season (24:40), and Mauro Icardi (33:40). Then Matt James joins the guys to discuss why Atlanta United might make people start caring about the MLS (40:15) and how much the Champions League draw sucks (49:00).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, Chris Ryan, and Donnie Kwak connect to power-rank international soccer story lines, including Tottenham's loss to Juventus, Real Madrid's win over PSG, Bundesliga TV contracts, 2026 World Cup bids, and more.

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, Chris Ryan, and Donnie Kwak connect to talk about Champions League results, including PSG's loss to Real Madrid (3:10) and blowout wins for Manchester City and Liverpool (10:35). Moving onto Zonal Question Marks, they wonder whether Juventus played too conservatively after taking an early lead against Tottenham (25:00). They then ask, "Is there a Premier League TV rights bubble?" (37:45) before giving their thoughts on the new president of U.S. Soccer, Carlos Cordeiro (44:00).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, Chris Ryan, and Donnie Kwak break down the specifics of the January transfer window by examining the crises at Arsenal (2:10), Chelsea (11:00), and Manchester United (19:25). Then the guys try to explain why this year's transfer window was so hectic (27:35). Finally Ryan and Chris sit down with TV analyst, former MLS player, and U.S. Soccer presidential candidate Kyle Martino to talk about the problems plaguing American soccer and how he proposes to fix them (47:05).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon sits down with fellow Liverpool fan Chris Ryan to gush about Liverpool's 4-3 win over previously undefeated Manchester City (0:17), before connecting with Donnie Kwak and Micah Peters to discuss some Massive Overreactions, including about Arsenal's dismal play (10:40). Then they ask the question "What comes next for Real Madrid?" (49:15) and Ryan talks with StatsBomb owner Ted Knutson about the January transfer window (61:45).

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The Ringer’s Ryan O’Hanlon, Chris Ryan, and Donnie Kwak connect to make some Massive Overreactions, including Virgil van Dijk as the next Beckenbauer (1:43), José Mourinho having his third season a year early (10:22), and the need for Arsenal to sell Alexis Sanchez ASAP (22:02). Then, they ask, “Why has every team outside of the top six failed?” (30:07). Finally, they play transfer matchmaker for the January window (44:18).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak connect to form The Ringer F.C. starting eleven (1:00), then the guys look ahead to 2018 (36:55).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak connect to talk the past week in soccer. They indulge in some Massive Overreactions, including "Dele Alli shouldn’t go to the World Cup" (0:17), then they tackle some Zonal Question Marks, including "What is Antoine Griezmann doing?" and "Where will Crystal Palace finish?" (27:50). Finally, Ryan and Micah connect with former professional goalkeeper David Preece to talk about the future of goalkeeping, inspired by Ederson's lights-out performance for Manchester City against Tottenham (42:50).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak indulge in some Massive Overreactions, mostly in response to a weekend chock full of ridiculous post-match press conferences (0:17). Then they tackle some Zonal Question Marks, including "Who won and lost the Champions League draw?" (28:30). Finally they take a closer look at the Manchester City–United post-match scrap (41:40).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak connect to discuss Arsenal and Manchester United's match of the season (0:55). Then they tackle some Zonal Question Marks, in which they ask, "Is Tottenham in crisis?" (26:45). Finally they look ahead to the 2018 World Cup and make some way-too-early predictions for winners, losers, and sleepers (38:00).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak indulge in some Massive Overreactions and try to explain last weekend's Bus-Parking-Palooza (1:35). Then they tackle some Zonal Question Marks, including "Is Raheem Sterling England's best player?" and "Is Crystal Palace ... good?" (27:38) Finally, they examine A.C. Milan's recent regime change and try to identify some of Europe's sleeping giants (44:22).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak connect to discuss the week in soccer. Together they indulge in some Massive Overreactions, including "The best man to save West Brom from relegation was just fired by West Brom" (0:17). Then they ask some Zonal Question Marks, including "Is this Man City team better than The Invincibles?" (26:30), and finally Donnie gets a few minutes to gush about Arsenal and their victory over Tottenham (39:20).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak connect to go through the 'Ringer FC' mailbag. They answer listener-submitted questions, including ones about how embarrassed some fans should be about their teams missing the 2018 World Cup, a Soccer–'Space Jam' scenario, great soccer movies, and more.

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Chris Ryan sit down to discuss the past week in soccer, including the youngsters being called up for the USMNT's upcoming friendly against Portugal (0:17). Together they indulge in some Massive Overreactions, including N’Golo Kanté's impact on Chelsea (3:35), then they tackle some Zonal Question Marks, such as, "Do you care when your team plays it safe?" (20:30). Finally, Ryan connects with sports lawyer Jake Cohen in the wake of Michael Emenalo's resignation as Chelsea technical director (30:35).

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon sit down to discuss the past week in soccer. They skip the news stories and jump right into some Massive Overreactions, including José Mourinho's determination to alienate Manchester United fans (1:10). Then they consider some Zonal Question Marks, including "How do England's U17 players make it to the EPL's top six?" (21:40). Finally, they examine some other European leagues, including La Liga and Serie A (35:25).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon and Micah Peters are joined by Donnie Kwak for his first full 'FC' podcast. They skim some news stories, including the USMNT's new interim coach (0:17). Then they indulge in some Massive Overreactions, such as Harry Kane's role in the dismantling of Liverpool last weekend (7:15). Next, long-lost cohost Chris Ryan joins the squad for some Zonal Question Marks, including the biggest bust in the EPL so far (28:00). Finally the guys try to shed some light on the anxiety surrounding some Premiere League managers (48:25).

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The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon, Micah Peters, and Donnie Kwak, still dizzy from the USMNT's failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, sit down to discuss some news (0:17) and then indulge in some massive overreactions, including Jose Mourinho's post-match comments (9:25). Next, the guys tackle some zonal question marks, including Newcastle's fate (31:45). Finally, Ryan and Micah connect with USMNT correspondent Noah Davis to talk about the state of U.S. Soccer and what the nation has to look forward to (48:48).

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, Ryan O'Hanlon, and Donnie Kwak sort through the U.S. men's national team's disastrous 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago. Who's to blame for the U.S. missing the World Cup? How big of a setback is it for soccer in America? And what can be done to make sure this doesn't happen again? This week, we don't believe that we will win.

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon are joined by colleague and Arsenal fan Donnie Kwak to discuss this week's news in soccer, including notable injuries (0:17). Next they indulge in some Massive Overreactions to last week's matches (8:05). Then they line up for Zonal Question Marks, including "Why is it so hard to repeat in the Premier League?" (26:04). Finally the guys examine the current events unfolding in Spain regarding Catalonia and its potential effects on Barcelona FC and soccer as a sport (38:47).

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Playing a man down this week, The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon and Micah Peters discuss this week's news in soccer, including PSG's Cavani-gate, (0:49), then they indulge in some massive overreactions (9:38). Next they are joined by The Ringer's resident troll, Donnie Kwak, for some zonal question marks including Alvaro Morata's hot start for Chelsea (27:30). Finally, in honor of the Champions League matches Micah and Ryan ponder, "Who is the best team in the world?" (45:25).

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Playing a man down this week, The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon and Micah Peters discuss this week's news in soccer (1:23), then they indulge in some massive overreactions, including about Newcastle's fate (9:20). Next they are joined by The Ringer's resident curmudgeon, Donnie Kwak, for some zonal question marks (22:00), and finally Micah and Ryan connect with Howler Magazine founder and editor-in-chief George Quraishi for a look into a story in this month's edition titled "Chaos on the Right Wing," examining the troubling events surrounding Beitar Jerusalem FC (41:35).

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The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Ryan O’Hanlon, and Micah Peters express their displeasure at the untimely international break (2:00), question the controversial refereeing in the Liverpool–Manchester City match (5:50), and analyze Stoke City’s decision to play Kurt Zouma out of position (11:20). Then, they debate whether Stoke City is actually good (22:25), scrutinize Crystal Palace’s change of managers (27:00), and zoom out to examine all of European soccer, including possible Champions League sleepers (36:30).

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Playing a man down this week, The Ringer's Chris Ryan and Ryan O'Hanlon share their massive overreactions to Wold Cup qualifying (0:48) before welcoming colleague and suffering Arsenal fan Donnie Kwak for Zonal Question Marks (12:50). Finally, Chris and Ryan discuss their analysis and outlook for the U.S. men's national team (24:50).

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Donnie Kwak, Ryan O'Hanlon, and Micah Peters recap the past week in soccer, including a Liverpool transfer-van conspiracy (2:20), massive overreactions to last week's matches (18:10), zonal question marks (31:55), and transfer speculation (44:20

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Playing a man down, The Ringer's Ryan O'Hanlon and Micah Peters recap the past week in soccer, including news on Kylian Mbappé (0:00) and massive overreactions (6:14), before they're joined by colleague and bald correspondent Donnie Kwak for last week's superlatives in Zonal Question Marks (30:25). Then they wrap up with the Pulisic watch and some Neymar in Ligue 1 (51:43).

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The Ringer's Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon team up to break down Week 1 of the Premier League, including massive overreactions (2:22) and Week 1 superlatives (18:50). Then they are joined by colleague and Arsenal fan Donnie Kwak to discuss Arsenal, Manchester City, and Tottenham (39:45), and finally they speculate on some exciting transfer rumors (50:05).

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In the debut 'Ringer FC' episode, Chris Ryan and Ryan O'Hanlon get fired up for the Premier League 2017-18 season. They discuss the Neymar transfer, how it affects the transfer market (2:10), and Premier League offseason winners and losers (16:00). Later, Ryan and Chris give their picks for the top six this season (32:40).

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Ringer soccer fanatics Chris Ryan, Micah Peters, and Ryan O'Hanlon team up to talk all things football. Joined by Ringer staff and guests, they will cover the Premier League, the USMNT, Bundesliga, Champions League, La Liga, Serie A, as well as international soccer ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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