Regan, Mark and Harry speak for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced football and life to change for the foreseeable future and discuss how life is different in the Midlands, Wales and the United States. Other discussions are about the postponement of the season, empathy for Jack Grealish and the untimely passing of Peter Whittingham.
Regan is joined this week by Under A Gaslit Lamp writer Harry in the absence of Mark, and they discuss the embarrassing loss against Leicester, their opinions on certain players, Pepe Reina and much more.
Regan and Mark are here to take you through the final stages of January, including Aston Villa's emphatic Semi-Final victory over Leicester City and the performances of players like Orjan Nyland, before digesting some of the moves in and out of the club as the window draws to a close, and then discussing (or glossing over) a poor performance against Bournemouth.
We hope you enjoy!
Regan and Mark discuss the return from the Winter Break for the Aston Villa Women, where they cemented their place at the top of the FA Women's Championship with a 1-0 win away to Sheffield United Women. Talk also centres on Sian Rogers and Emma Follis, as well as the cup games against Chelsea and Brighton - two Women's Super League sides.
Regan and Mark discuss the arrivals of Danny Drinkwater and Pepe Reina, gloss over the draw to Leicester in the Carabao Cup and then delve deep into the 6-1 drubbing at the hands of Manchester City. Enjoy, or at least try to!
Recorded Monday, Regan and Mark discuss the exit in the FA Cup at the hands of Fulham, as well as a whole host of transfer targets linked in the press, their personal targets and more in the first transfer special of this window.
Regan and Mark return to discuss (or avoid discussing) everything about the embarrassing 3-0 loss to Watford, the social media uproar and much much more in our final podcast of 2019. We hope you enjoy!
Recorded Monday, so there's no discussion on the Carabao Cup, but Regan and Mark return after a week break to discuss the loss to Sheffield United, what's been bugging them about performances and discuss potential January targets for Aston Villa.
Regan and Mark catch up post-Manchester United to discuss everything about the game - including Jack Grealish's wondergoal, the injury to El Ghazi and suspension of Guilbert, as well as looking ahead to Chelsea midweek.
It's now six games unbeaten in the FA Women's Championship for the Aston Villa Women. We discuss their latest result, a draw at home against Durham, the unfortunate injury to Ella Franklin and the impending Continental League Cup game against Women's Super League strugglers Liverpool Women.
Regan and Mark are back for Episode 28 to discuss the Aston Villa v Manchester City game, the impact of Trézéguet and the lack of from Wesley, as well as previewing the Wolverhampton Wanderers Carabao Cup game and the next Premier League game against Liverpool.
It's brand new! Regan and Mark introduce Under A Gaslit Lamp's new Aston Villa Women Podcast. Discussion centres around their 3-1 win against Sheffield United Women, the return of Jodie Hutton from injury and the impact that players like Shania Hayles can have when players in the same position are in such fearsome form.
We're baaaack. Regan and Mark return from holiday to discuss everything about the win against Brighton and the impending Manchester City game, as well as a fair bit of housekeeping and discussion about Jack Grealish.
There's discussion from Regan and Mark in regards to the 2-2 draw against Burnley at Villa Park and a preview of the Norwich City game. Other topics include The Zimbabwean Glenn Whelan, Marvelous Nakamba, Anwar El Ghazi and Wesley's lack of impact despite scoring two goals in seven. We've even added a special weekly feature at the end of the episode!
Regan and Mark discuss everything about the Arsenal game, including VAR decisions, as well as the midweek game at the Carabao Cup. Full of questions, bold statements, and even a potential chant for forward Wesley.
Regan and Mark discuss the win at Villa Park last weekend, seeing Aston Villa Women take all 9 available points from their first three game. There's also a preview for West Ham United and discussion about Mings and his England omission.
Regan and Mark re-unite during the international break for discussion on the Aston Villa Women's return to Villa Park, the Crystal Palace controversy and Tyrone Mings and his call-up to the England squad.
Regan and Mark discuss the Everton result and the Crewe Alexandra game, including the performances of Wesley, Fred Guilbert, Henri Lansbury (hence the podcast title) and more. There's also discussion on coaching, psychology, philosophy, and the Aston Villa Women's game too.
Regan and Mark return to discuss the Bournemouth game, the Everton game ahead, as well as Douglas Luiz, Wesley, what we've seen of Aston Villa so far. We also look at why Marvelous hasn't quite made it into a squad yet.
Regan and Mark discuss the Tottenham Hotspur game and individual performances, including the 'Vase Analogy'. There's also previews for the Bournemouth fixture, the Women's opening fixture against Sheffield and more.
Regan and Mark discuss everything Aston Villa, including potential Deadline Day deals, the game against Leipzig and Saturday's match against Spurs. There's also discussion on the coining of the Mings and Engels partnership as 'Mingles'.
Regan and Mark are back and discussing the signing of Douglas Luiz, the impending signings of Marvelous Nakamba and Tom Heaton (the latter of which is now complete) and speak about the fan perception of Andre Green. There's also talk on Pre-season so far and the Women's side too.
Trézéguet, Makes my troubles seem so far away - He's a Villan and he's here to stay - Oh, I believe in Trézéguet. Regan and Mark join forces once again; with the help of two Egyptian fans, to discuss new signing Trezeguet, as well as a catch-up regarding pre-season so far.
During the Minnesota training camp, Christian Purslow did a question and answer style interview amongst some of the American Lions Clubs. We managed to attend and detail what went on in a written post on our website. Here's the full audio from that Q&A.
Regan and Mark re-unite once more to talk about everything Aston Villa - including the arrivals of Matt Target, Tyrone Mings and Wesley Moraes, as well as the impending arrival of Ezri Konsa and a potential move for Egyptian winger Trezeguet.
Regan and Mark join forces once more to discuss the signings of Anwar El Ghazi and Kortney Hause, the impending arrival of Wesley Moraes, and all of the rumours surrounding Axel Tuanzebe, Tyrone Mings, Jack Butland and more.
Regan and Mark re-unite for another podcast this week, covering all the latest transfer rumours. They speak about the signing of Jota and why it's a smart move, as well as rumours surrounding Valentin Rongier, Neal Maupay, Mbwana Samatta and more. There's also their live reaction to Aston Villa triggering Kortney Hause's £3,000,000 transfer clause.
Jack Grealish's Promotion Party never ends. Regan and Mark discuss Aston Villa's return the Premier League, emotions at full time, Ahmed Elmohamady's impact, and the transfer system that needs to be implemented this summer.
*Some information, such as Mile Jedinak and Glenn Whelan's contracts, is now out of date.*
Regan and Mark discuss the Norwich City game, the impending two legs against West Bromwich Albion, and some more niche or unique Aston Villa discussion includes Jonathan Kodjia's future, Chelsea and Sarri and Bournemouth and Howe and how these men could prove detrimental to Aston Villa should they get promoted, and Ramadan fasting for players.
Regan and Mark return to discuss everything that happened in the Leeds affair, the upcoming game against Norwich and punishment for Patrick Bamford, as well as the approaching Play-Off games, the Ladies 5-1 win against London Bees and El Ghazi's rescinded red card.
Regan and Mark are back to discuss the ten game winning streak, the development of Keinan Davis, the final two games and the impending play-off fixtures, as well as much, much more. As always, if you enjoy, please subscribe or leave a review. Thanks for listening!
Regan and Mark are back again to discuss the hard-fought win against Rotherham and the poor officiating that came with it, the weekend's game against Sheffield Wednesday. Other topics of discussion include player specifics and the 'making the most from mistakes' mentality the side seam to be employing. Up the Villa.
Regan (@FindFoy) and Mark (@VillaMarkPGH) dissect Aston Villa's win against Blackburn last weekend and discuss the return of Steve Bruce to the forefront of Villa fans' thoughts. As well as this, there's talk about the Aston Villa Ladies' continued unbeaten run in 2019, the psychology of dressing rooms, the Americanisation of football and a potential old transfer link that could still come to pass.
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Regan (@FindFoy) sits down with Thomas from @Rovers_Chat to discuss the upcoming game against Blackburn Rovers, concentrating on the form of both sides, standout players and more.
We'd like to apologise in advance if any audio issues arise as previous recordings had to be recovered after corrupting.
Regan (@FindFoy) is joined by Mark (@VillaMarkPGH) and Cole (@TalkAstonVilla) as they discuss the rich form Aston Villa find themselves in as we move into the international break, as well as highlighting some of the key players that have got us into this position. Other topics of discussion include the Aston Villa Ladies and their SSE Women's FA Cup upset, Jed Steer's new contract, and Jack Grealish's chances of an England call up.
@FindFoy and @VillaMarkPGH delve into what made Jack Grealish go from zero to hero, the influence of Gabby Agbonlahor on his career so far and how their careers are similar, and speak about how Grealish has performed since returning from his injury which saw him miss thirteen games of the Sky Bet Championship season.