The United Mates Keitel and Joe are joined by Andrew Todos to discuss all things Ukrainian football after the "Zbirna's" extremely respectable showing at EURO 2020. Andrew Todos is a journalist, a podcaster and the founder of Zorya Londonsk, the number one source for Ukrainian football in English.
The United Mates Keitel and Joe discuss England's disappointing defeat to Italy in the EURO 2020 final at Wembley; as well as also pondering the futures of both international sides and chatting a bit about how Arsenal and Tottenham's 2021-2022 campaigns are shaping up.
The United Mates Keitel and Joe are joined by Patrick Dicks, the Manager of Sports Business Development at Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida and the son of the legendary Bristol City manager Alan Dicks, to discuss his incredible journey.
The United Mates Keitel and Joe are joined by Charlton and Northern Ireland striker Conor Washington to discuss his playing career to date. Once a non-league footballer for local club St Ives Town and a postman at the same time, Conor has since played for the likes of Newport County, Peterborough United, QPR, Sheffield United and Hearts.
The United Mates Keitel and Joe are joined by Luton Town's legendary former player and manager, Mick Harford, who currently serves as chief recruitment officer at Kenilworth Road. They discuss the ups and downs of Mick's 40-plus years in professional football, as well as how the game has changed during that time.
Keitel is joined by Matthew Leed, host of the My Sunderland XI show on YouTube and one of the faces behind the FANS REACT channel, to discuss the action from Sunderland's League One play-off semi final aggregate defeat to Lincoln City at the Stadium of Light.
The United Mates Keitel and Joe are joined by Matthew "Ketch" Ketchell, editor of the North East Football App, former marketing and social media strategist at Match of the Day Magazine and host of the Searching For Shineys podcast, to discuss all things Newcastle United, the sacred nature of football in the North East of England, as well as Ketch's journey to "collect" all of the players from the '97 Merlin Premier League sticker book.