Join host Donnie Kwak, Micah Peters, and a rotating panel of Ringer staffers as they riff and rant on the Premier League and other soccer news with irreverent, and often unreasonable, passion.
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.
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).
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).
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).
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
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).