You guys are awesome...your candor and knowledge is excellent...keep up the great work and I will keep listening.
Dear the 2 Robbies,I listen to many football podcasts, and yours is the best, that is based in America, by a long way. I love listening to former footballers and what their perspective is on football. I have been a Watford fan since Troy Deeney scored the goal in the championship to clinch promotion for us. And not to mention, I became a die heart when now Porto left-back, Miguel Layun, hit a screamer past Tim Howard on the first day of the Premier League season, in 2015 at Goodison Park. I do have a question for you guys. What do you think has to be our focus in the Premier League in the future??? I know every Watford fan would love a manager at the football club for more than a year. Who should that be??? I bet the Pozzos wished they kept held of Sean Dyche after they bought the club. I would really love an introduction of a young Italian manager, in Dominic Tesdesco, that will 100% help us qualify for Europe. Do you think that is a realistic hire for a team like Watford? Thanks,Luke Mathieu
Enjoy every podcast, no matter the topic discussed.
Great show! Love two teams. Spurs and Timbers! Best Spurs team in the 20 yrs Iâve been following and most weeks a joy to watch. Theyâll just get in top 4 this year. Robbie E. Has been irreplaceable in Timbers commentary!!
Really enjoy listening to the show; the perfect amount of analysis with news updates and fun predictions. Iâm an Arsenal fan because my dad is, but my dad is an Arsenal and QPR fan because he grew up in Hendon, London, and his older brother, my uncle, supported QPR and Tottenham. They were rivals in most everything else, so it was only natural that they would go out of their way to support rival football clubs.
The two Robbies are excellent on television (NBCSN), and I enjoy the podcast which goes more in-depth and is fun. I grew up in 1980s Texas with no soccer, so I donât have a lifelong, childhood-based love for a particular club. So, I support based on the managers and primary players - currently like enthusiastic Klopp and what Liverpool is trying to do, and the moves they make (Salah,VanDyk). With Man Cityâs excellent play, I think Pep has separated from Mourinho as the best manager who gets the most out of his players. Also enjoy Big Sam & Hodgsonâs teams. Loved the Leicester title run but seems like the players complacency cost Rainieri his job.The EPL has the most exciting brand of soccer in the world and colorful managerial personalities, with great storylines from the top-to-the-bottom of the table.
They are the face the Premier League in America, along side Rebecca Lowe. Beside great football knowledge, the 2 Robbies have great chemistry & the fact that they played Football in England makes them a good source for everything Premier League. Very Entertaining both on the screen and on Radio. The only thing I dislike is the constant slating of Jose Mourinho, so if u r a Mourinho fan be aware! I was 10 years old when I watched my 1st UCL final in 1999, I was mesmerized by the game & I said to myself who ever win this I will be cheering for them for the rest of my life. Ahmed Ibrahim Manchester United Fan
There is never enough on-air TV time to go as deeply as some of the stories deserve. The 2 Robbies do a great job of filling in with more information and opinion.
I love the 2 Robbies, they provide professional analysis and constructive argument about the entire EPL, offering detailed understanding of the entire league. Wonderful show for Mondayâs drive to work for a recap of the weekend fixtures. Iâm a big fan of the EPL in general: the intrigue, the drama, watching young players get their big break, and new coaches pushing the league and the game forward. Though most of all, Iâm a Chelsea fan because of their (former) affiliation with my home town and club, Raleigh, NC (CASL soccer club).
Began as a casual Arsenal fan and jumped all in with the Ozil transfer. Favorite player joined my favorite team and itâs been a fun and infuriating ride ever since.
Knowledgeable thought out review of the weeks matches and to the point. Enjoy the shorter length compared to other pods. I began supporting Tottenham in 2002. I had friend in college from Ballyclare, Northern Ireland who was in Mobile, Al on a golf scholarship. He and I watched the World Cup that year and he would tell me about the players and what teams they played for outside of international duty. Turns out he is a Spurs fan, and I began following the team with him that fall and have ever since.
Love the Pod, always enjoy their perspective.
The Two Robbieâs Football Show is brilliant insight into the drama of the English Premier League. Both Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earleâs knowledge of the game is supreme and one that I look forward to hearing every week. This is a must-watch show for anyone that has a love for the game.
T2R's is my new favorite podcast! Love the commentary and their breakdown of the matches. It also gives me something to look forward to after the Premier League Live team signs off. As for my favorite EPL team, it's got to be that all-star NBCSports lineup. The 3 (Superstars)-in-the-front / 2 (bald men)-in-the-back formation is certainly due to lift a trophy soon. Speaking of needing to lift a trophy, Tottenham has made me even more invested in EPL. Their 'always-a-bridesmaid-never-a-bride' aura may disappoint many a Spurs fan, but it's what made me excited to pledge my allegiance to Poch. #COYS
Enjoy their commentary, never miss an episode. But please guys, no VAR! I'd rather live with human errors than the endless play stoppages that have made American sports unwatchable. you can say it won't happen...but it will. That will only leave me hockey. Chelsea supporter - with no ties to any teams, I had to find someone to follow. And watching Frank Lampard during World Cup made me choose Chelsea.
Hello, my name is Eyob and I am 15 years of age. I live in the United States, but I am a die hard Manchester City fan. I have been a supporter ever since Man City's win over Liverpool at the Eithad early in the 2014-15 season. The way that Man City played in the game took my breath and haven't looked back ever since. I hope that you guys keep the great content going, I even hope to be a pundit one day just like you guys.
I started to support Arsenal in 2004, watching Thierry Henry caused me to fall in love with the club. But, I canât see us going back up to that level unless we bring a new manager.
All must listen to The 2 Robbies--excellent analysis, good back-and-forth, and love to hear follow up discussions from the NBC Sports broadcasts. Say hi to Rebecca! Been a Gooner since living in north London as a kid in the sixties. #putmyarmaroundWengersshouldersandgentlywalkhimout
Two Robbieâs! Here in the states itâs sometimes a challenge to find true expert analysis on football/soccer on a consistent basis but for the last several years you have supplied that for me and countless of other fans on NBCSN. Iâm a die hard Liverpool supporter from Chicago and it all began with the miracle of Istanbul when I was only 10 years old and Iâve never looked back since. I love where my club is going under the care of Jurgen Klopp and I believe we havenât even reached our true potential yet!
I just discovered this podcast and Iâm loving it!!! You guys are great, keep up the good work. My only complaint is that the volume seems to be a little low in comparison to other podcasts that I listen to. I have to turn the volume ALL the way up to hear everything clearly. Maybe something you could fix if you agree? Anyways, just a minor complaint, but everything else is great!