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CBS’s Golazo Show expands to include Europa League whiparound on Thursdays

CBS Sports have expanded its whiparound show of UEFA club soccer to include the UEFA Europa League, beginning Thursday, December 10.

The Golazo Show, hosted by Nico Cantor, will now run Tuesdays through Thursdays during the Group Stage of the UEFA club competitions. Tuesdays and Wednesdays will continue to broadcast the best clips of the UEFA Champions League matches, while Thursdays will feature the best action from across the Europa League competition.

The show, which will air live on CBS Sports Network and CBS All Access, will cover all of the goals and highlights from all 24 matches on December 10, beginning at 1PM ET. UEFA Europa League Today pre-match coverage will begin at 12 PM, ET, with the UEFA Europa League Post-Match Show from 5-5:30 PM, ET.

Joining Cantor in the studio will be co-host Gus Poyet as well as Rafa Honigstein and Julien Laurens.

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  1. Jasinho

    December 12, 2020 at 8:32 pm

    Just a pointer for those with a monthly All Access subscription:
    I’ve tried to cancel with the intent of renewing in February in time for the Champions League knockout stages and I was offered a free month if I agree not to cancel. So I took up on the offer and now I won’t be charged until February.

  2. Turfit

    December 3, 2020 at 8:54 am

    I have been watching the NFL’s Redzone for several years now and I enjoy their format. I wish CBS would follow their example and have only ONE host. I think Nico Cantor would be a lot better by himself. When they add additional host, way too much talking and they don’t bring very much to the enjoyment of the matches. We are here for the matches, not for the talk, play the matches!!!! They are there to help with the transition from one match to another.
    Chris, you mention in the podcast that a whip-around show would be better with the Europa League and I agree. I wish on Champion’s League they would focus on one match and bring QUICK highlights (goals, corner kicks, free kicks, PKs and such) from all the other matches and get us back to the main match. And if the main match is not good they always have the option of changing to a match that is more meaningful and this could be done at halftime or at the 60 minute mark depending on the matches that are being played. Example, if Sevilla-Chelsea was the main match of the day, at the 60 minute mark Chelsea was winning 2-0 and the ManU-PSG match was still 1-1 and Borussia Dortmund-Lazio was 1-0, That would have been a good time to switch main matches and remind fans that they can watch the entire match on CBS All-Access. Currently they spend the first 20-30 minutes looking into all the matches and talking way too much and it is hard to get a feel for any of the matches and I change the channel. With the increase of number of matches being played at the same time in the Europa League, it would be hard to focus on one match so the “whip-around” is better and when a match gets interesting, switch over the to match on All-Access.

  3. WorkingClassGuy

    December 2, 2020 at 7:27 pm

    how about they expand to put some actual matches on tv instead of streaming only? between cbs and peackock, the football viewing experience is severely lacking in the usa for those of us with jobs who would normally dvr matches to watch after work.

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