Unseen Incidents with Patrick and Pete
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Welcome back to the Unseen Incidents podcast! We’re a week late this time due to me having another baby but now I’m back to coparent our audience with Pete. We’re taking stock of the Liverpool situation, after Klopp announced his summer departure. What sort of squad has he been building? Why might Liverpool’s style be an issue long-term? And what do we think of the principal candidates for the job: Alonso, Nagelsmann, Zidane, etc? After that, it’s the return of the Burn Book, with office dogs, Band of Brothers, and rugby. For more episodes, subscribe for $6 at Patreon.com/patrickvs!
Hello and welcome to the Unseen Incidents podcast, where this week we’re answering your questions! First up we have our predictions for the year ahead, including Premier League and Champions League winners, the coming summer’s headline transfers, and surprise teams on the up. Then we turn our attention to the Premier League midtable, and ask how high teams like West Ham, Brentford, and Brighton can aim. Is Villa’s success replicable? What did Leicester teach us? We also spend a bit of time on the Irons, trying to figure out if they’re a crap team who seem good, or a good team who seem crap. Then it’s the Burn Book, with dry January, toastie specials, and the police. If you don’t subscribe, consider joining us for $6 a month at patreon.com/patrickvs!
Hello and welcome to the Unseen Incidents podcast, where this week we’re bringing forward our customary late-season Arsenal-bottling episode. The Gunners are on a run of 3 losses in 5, and have seen their title chances drop to almost zero in the betting markets. But how was the Villa loss different from the West Ham and Fulham ones? How can xG help us understand, and how is it lying? We dig into Arteta’s mistakes and the players at fault. Then it’s the Burn Book, with crisps, leaving early, and slurs. If you don’t subscribe, consider joining us for $6 a month at patreon.com/patrickvs!
What’s up everyone and welcome back to another episode of Unseen Incidents. I’m now recovered from a life-threatening house move and Pete and I are finally taking a look at Manchester City, who might actually be in some sort of real crisis for the first time under Pep. What’s up with their squad-building? Is it just injuries, or tactics too? And what are their chances for major honours? Then it’s the Burn Book, with knockoffs, Rolexes, and Birks. Thanks for listening this year, and don’t forget you can access extra episodes by subscribing at patreon.com/patrickvs!
Hello and welcome to the UI podcast, where this week we discuss three teams mixing it with the big boys this season. But how seriously should we take Girona and Bayer Leverkusen’s title challenges, and Aston Villa’s tilt at Champions League qualification? Then it’s the Burn Book, with portable gaming, organised fun, and positivity. For access to our bonus episodes, subscribe at Patreon.com/Patrickvs for $6!
Welcome back to the Unseen Incidents podcast, where this week we’re looking at the weirdly open Champions League field. City are the accepted favourites, but who is next? How good are Real Madrid really? What has Xavi actually done with Barcelona? And who are our dark horses for the competition? Then it’s the Burn Book, with the Smiths, black-tie weddings, and an idiot running through Africa. If you’d like to hear our takes on Arsenal and Bayern Munich in the UCL, subscribe at patreon.com/patrickvs for access to bonus episodes!
Right now we have a sale on annual memberships to Unseen Incidents! You can get 12 months for the price of 10 by heading to patreon.com/patrickvs and subscribing at the $6 level. On this week’s public episode of Unseen Incidents, we’re looking at the players underperforming and overperforming over the first quarter of the season. Both James Maddison and Anthony Gordon have been flying for sides now odds-on for the Champions League spots, but how are they benefiting from smart coaches, and how sustainable is their form looking? Why have Marcus Rashford and Martin Odegaard failed to impress, and how have their important roles last year potentially made trouble for their teams? Then it’s the Burn Book, with creamy pints, normies acting like stars, and hobbies! If you enjoy this, head over to patreon.com/patrickvs and subscribe at the $6 level for access to bonus episodes!
Hello and welcome back to Unseen Incidents! It's international break time, so we're taking on your questions, starting with the biggest mistakes football fans make. What do supporters get wrong about corners, tactics, and pundits? Then we look at Everton, whose early season numbers are shockingly great. Are they totally safe? Then we've got the Burn Book, with fancy glasses, loud music in cars, and ice hockey. Thanks for listening, and make sure to subscribe at patreon.com/patrickvs for access to our bonus episodes!
On this week’s episode of Unseen Incidents, we’re diving headfirst into the debate around Liverpool. Yes, they lost to Spurs, but plenty of people think a title challenge is a reasonable possibility for the Reds, and that they are back above Arsenal and Newcastle, but what suggests that’s right, and what are the red flags? We dig into the red cards, van Dijk, Salah, and the new midfielders to see what kind of side is Klopp is building. Then it’s time for the Burn Book, which this week features burger construction, the Nintendo Switch, and table manners. If you enjoy the podcast, consider subscribing to our Patreon at patreon.com/patrickvs, or drop us a review on your favourite podcast app.
Hello and welcome to Unseen Incidents, where this week we’re hitting the big red button and examining Manchester United’s crisis. What’s going on with them this season? What is ten Hag getting wrong? And how did they become the worst-run super club in the game? Then we’ve got the Burn Book, with The Lads, mega-clubs, and Dirty Dancing. If you don’t already, subscribe at Patreon.com/Patrickvs for access to bonus episodes!
Hello and welcome back to the Unseen Incidents podcast, where this week we’ve accidentally produced a marathon episode, going through the Premier League’s top 8 sides and rating their transfer windows. We discuss why we hate Nunes and love Doku, Amrabat to United, Liverpool’s great midfield rebuild, and the mystery that is Brennan Johnson. Then we open the Burn Book, which features pints, cycling, and the death of Twitter. Thanks for listening, and do rate and review us, plus sign up at Patreon.com/Patrickvs for bonus episodes!
Hello and welcome back to Unseen Incidents, where this week we're diving into Chelsea (before their blowout win over Luton). What kind of squad has all their spending created? How does this team even fit together? What's still missing? We go into all this, plus our larger questions about Todd Boehly's attempt to disrupt the football landscape. Then it's on to the Burn Book, which this time out features Disney adults, double beds, and water. Groundbreaking stuff. Thanks for your support, and feel free to subscribe at patreon.com/patrickvs for more episodes and access to our archive!
Welcome back to Unseen Incidents! We’re back from hiatus and ready to dive into football again (reluctantly). And on the first episode of our second season, we’re looking ahead to the campaign to come in true hater fashion, taking a look at Spurs (surprisingly positive), Hojlund (surprisingly negative), Liverpool’s new-look midfield, and a bunch of other stuff which comes into our heads. Then we have the Burn Book, with air fryers, suits, the colour brown, and shopping trolley etiquette. Enjoy, and if you’d like to hear more from us, subscribe at the $6 level at Patreon.com/patrickvs for extra episodes!
Hello and welcome back to the Unseen Incidents podcast. This week we’re talking Champions League, with the final largely considered a foregone conclusion. But do Manchester City have weaknesses? Is there anything about Inter which gives them a shot? And how have Lautaro and Lukaku been underrated this season? Then we've got the Burn Book, with tacos, hangovers in your 30s, and advancements in eye mask technology. Thanks for listening, and if you'd like to hear more, head to patreon.com/patrickvs for access to bonus eps!
On this week’s episode of Unseen Incidents, we’re bringing you part 2 of our end of year awards, which features our (non-Haaland) POTY, the biggest pricks and funniest moments of the season, and the players who need to be sold this summer while their stock’s high. Then it’s onto the Burn Book, and airport beers, “y’all”, and gnocchi. If you’re not subscribed already, head over to Patreon.com/Patrickvs for bonus episodes, and don’t forget to rate us on your Podcasts app!
What’s up everyone and welcome back to the Unseen Incidents podcast, where this week we’re looking back at the season in our own (bitchy) way, with our biggest surprises and disappointments of the season, plus the most overrated and underrated players and coaches. We’ve got Emery slander, Ancelotti praise, and we eat shit on Bournemouth, before we get into the Burn Book, which features fitness nonsense and the C word. For access to our subscriber episodes, sign up at the $6 level at Patreon.com/Patrickvs.
Hello and welcome to the Unseen Incidents podcast, where this week we're asking whether Arsenal are actually bottling the Premier League. Two draws against West Ham and Liverpool put Arteta's team in a difficult spot, but what did they get wrong in those games? How are they coping without Zinchenko and Saliba? How do you even beat Man City? Then we've got the Burn Book, with rudeness to service staff, Just Stop Oil, and being fit boys. Thanks for listening and for your 5-star reviews, and if you'd like more episodes, please subscribe at patreon.com/patrickvs for the bonus shows.
Hello and welcome back to Unseen Incidents, where this week we’re returning to Graham Potter, who we covered in our very first episode, to see what went so wrong for him at Chelsea. Which players let him down? Was he unlucky? And how was Chelsea’s recruitment to blame? Then we ask the same questions about Brendan Rodgers, now ditched by Leicester with relegation looming. What happened to the smart, title-winning Leicester he inherited? Then we’ve got the Burn Book, with our takes on old people, golf, and late-era Tom Hanks. Let us know what you think by leaving a review, and if you want more UI, subscribe at patreon.com/patrickvs for access to bonus episodes.
Hey everyone, and welcome to this week’s Unseen Incidents, which is finally plummeting into the bottom third of the Premier League to work out who’s getting relegated. With 12 games to go, almost half the division is embroiled in the battle, and we discuss the weirdness of West Ham and Leeds, the worrying signs at Leicester, and the ramshackle squads of Forest and Everton as the run-in approaches its climax. Then we have the Burn Book, with lazy holidays, Instagram, and Top Gun: Maverick. We hope you enjoy it, and subscribe at patreon.com/patrickvs for access to our fortnightly bonus episodes!