Hosted by journalist and poet Musa Okwonga alongside Rabona editor-in-chief Michael Da Silva, Rabona brings you the first of a series of World Cup podcasts. This first episode is called ‘The Uninvited’ as we look at the perennial attendees such as Italy, the Netherlands, Chile and the USA, who all missed out this time. And Musa and Michael will give you their tips for the tournament.
Podcast 2 — The Unexpected
Hosted by journalist and poet Musa Okwonga alongside Rabona editor-in-chief Michael Da Silva, Rabona brings you its second World Cup podcast. This episode is called ‘The Unexpected’ and looks at the surprises of the tournament so far, and there have been a few! Argentina, Croatia and Germany, to name but three. Musa and Michael are joined by Croatian football expert Juraj Vrdoljak and French football writer Tom Williams.
Podcast 3 — The Unfinished
As we approach the business end of the World Cup, Musa Okwonga and Michael Da Silva look at the remaining candidates in our latest podcast, ‘The Unfinished’. Belgium, Brazil and France all on the menu and Irish Times writer Ken Early speaks to us about England’s wild ride to the quarter finals. We also discuss Germany’s shock exit with German football writer Uli Hesse.
Podcast 4 — The Unscheduled
Our fourth World Cup podcast is called the Unscheduled, mainly because we didn’t plan to do it. This time Musa Okwonga and Rabona editor-in-chief Michael Da Silva look at the four semi-finalists: Croatia, England, Belgium and France and are joined by French football writer Philippe Auclair.
Podcast 5 — The Endgame
Our fifth and final World Cup podcast is called The Endgame. Musa Okwonga, Michael Da Silva and Producer Ryan are joined by New York Times football writer Rory Smith and Spanish football writer Sid Lowe, as we preview the World Cup final between France and Croatia.
Podcast 11 — Fenomeno
On this week's podcast, Musa, Michael and Ryan discuss the UEFA Nations League. There's also the first edition of a new segment, Rabona Rewinds, where they take a trip down memory lane and talk about Ronaldo, Keane versus Vieira and the Ajax side of 1995.