Aaron Paul is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor and Wycombe Wanderers' left back Joe Jacobson to look at the big stories from the EFL. AFC Bournemouth midfielder Ryan Christie tells the podcast about his side's strong start to the campaign. Following Nigel Adkins' departure from Charlton, BBC Radio London's Nick Godwin joins the podcast to examine what comes next for the League One strugglers. There's an insight from Lyle into how new Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper has turned things around. And we find out what's in Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth's beer cabinet.
Aaron Paul is joined by QPR chief executive Lee Hoos and former Hull City manager Phil Brown, who talks about his departure from Southend at the weekend. Fresh from announcing his retirement from football, ex-Swansea winger Wayne Routledge joins the podcast to discuss his future plans. Sutton United manager Matt Gray gives us insight into his side's rapid rise into the League Two play-offs. And with the FA Cup first round proper just one victory away, Pontefract Collieries boss Craig Rouse looks ahead to his team's mouthwatering derby against FC Halifax.
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth Argyle manager, Ryan Lowe, and former Exeter City manager, Paul Tisdale for this week's episode. Luton Town legend, Mick Harford, joins the pod to talk about his battle with prostate cancer, how Sir Alex Ferguson nearly signed him for Manchester United and where he thinks Luton will go in the future. Also on the pod, how do you go from England manager to Welling United manager? Peter Taylor talks about his managerial career and how he was the first manager to give David Beckham the England captaincy. TOPICS 1'45 – Have people forgotten about the Football League during the international break? 6'16 – The Matt Taylor derby 8'19 – ‘Big Mick' Harford joins the pod 9'47 – Mick Harford on his battle with prostate cancer 13'55 – His reputation as ‘Big Mick' 17'01 – Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to sign Mick Harford in 1991-1992 27'55 – Peter Taylor on managing England to National League side, Welling United
Aaron Paul is joined by Southend United manager Phil Brown and Colchester United full-back Charlie Daniels for this week's episode. After Max Power's 30-yard header past his own goalkeeper for Wigan this week, the boys discuss the most memorable own goals they've witnessed. Jonathan Woodgate joins to reflect on the start of his managerial career, revealing the pride he felt in leading his boyhood club Middlesbrough and where he felt it went wrong at the Riverside. Woodgate retells the drama of how he took charge of Bournemouth so quickly and unexpectedly, what he learned from his time on the south coast and how the pressure of playing for Real Madrid compares to the pressure of being a manager. The guys also chat about how difficult it is to stay calm on the touchline and not let emotions get the better of you, with Charlie revealing that Eddie Howe can be quite different in the changing room to the composed figure we're used to seeing in the dugout. Phil and Charlie reveal their winners and losers from the EFL after another busy week of action, before former Preston and Norwich manager Alex Neil drops by for a chat to look back on his four years at Preston. Neil tells us what he's been up to since leaving Deepdale and how he's staying involved in the game to be ready for the next potential job, whilst also sharing an insight into Norwich's strategy as they remain without a point on their return to the Premier League. TOPICS 01.18 – Memorable own goals 03.21 – Jonathan Woodgate on his time at Middlesbrough 07.31 – Woodgate on the drama of how he became Bournemouth manager 11.25 – Pressures of management compared to playing 16.03 – Challenge of staying calm on the touchline 18.54 – Winners and Losers in the EFL this week 23.08 – Alex Neil on what he's been up to since leaving Preston 24.57 – Neil on Preston regrets 28.40 – Neil on Norwich's strategy
Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Statman Dave bring you the latest from the fantasy footballing world. They discuss whether now is the right time to play your wildcard and whether having 2 players from Chelsea and Manchester City could be beneficial. They run through their options for Captain and whether your choice could get you some bonus points. Plus 72+ presenter Aaron Paul, joins the pod for that all important Sutton Death rematch.
Aaron Paul is joined by former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton and football reporter Vaishali Bhardwaj to look ahead to the huge Premier League match between Chelsea and Manchester City. The panel discuss whether Thomas Tuchel and Pep Guardiola are the two best tactical managers in the world right now, if Tuchel is an “upgraded version of Jose Mourinho” and how Pep Guardiola can learn from the defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League final in May. Ahead of Arsenal v Tottenham on Sunday, Alan Hutton tells us stories about what it's like to play in a North London derby and how he had to change his car because it was red…
Aaron Paul is joined by Middlesbrough defender Sol Bamba and Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor The guys discuss the most controversial refereeing decisions they've been on the right and wrong ends of. Sol talks about his comeback from non-hodgkin lymphoma and how the illness has changed his perspective on the little things in football. We find out more about Sol's 17-year career in the game, from the very start at Paris Saint Germain through to his spell at Leeds United under the controversial regime of Massimo Cellini, who once went round to his house in the early hours of the morning to rant about the club's problems. Sol also gives us an insight into what his current manager Neil Warnock is like and answers the all-important question… does Warnock still get naked in front of the players in the dressing room? Lyle tells us what the last week at Forest has been like with the sacking of Chris Hughton and the appointment of Steve Cooper. He talks about Steven Reid's rousing speech before he took charge of their win at Huddersfield and how much he's already learning from Cooper after just a few days in the job. We hear from Derby County manager Wayne Rooney, who says he's committed to staying on as manager at Pride Park after the club entered administration and reveals his disappointment at the ‘disrespect' shown by owner Mel Morris in the handling of the situation. The boys discuss whether Derby can realistically survive in the Championship despite their points deductions and how Rooney is in a win-win situation whatever happens. TOPICS 06.00 - Sol on comeback from illness 09.34 - How it's changed his perspective on football 12.17 - Sol on life under Massimo Cellimo at Leeds 14.14 - The story of Cellini going round to Sol's house at 2am 17.45 - Does Neil Warnock still get naked in the dressing room? 21.07 - Lyle on what the last week at Forest has been like and the impact Steve Cooper is already having 29.54 - Lyle on Forest's lack of confidence at the start of the season 32.47 - Sol on Cooper and the difference between being a good coach and a good manager 34.52 - Wayne Rooney on Mel Morris and his commitment to staying on as Derby manager 41.28 - Sol and Lyle on whether Derby can stay up and how Rooney is in a win-win situation
Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Statman Dave reunite after another gameweek in the fantasy footballing world. They discuss whether Chris should ditch Harry Kane or captain him as well as if Sarr or Saint-Maximin are good assets to get in your team. 72+ presenter Aaron Paul joins the pod to discuss his start to the season and represents the rest of the world as he plays Ali in Sutton Death.
Ben Haines is joined by former Brighton and Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray and Premier League presenter Nubaid Haroon to discuss the big talking points from Saturday's action. Liverpool are top of the league after beating Crystal Palace. The boys talk about how Mohamed Salah has improved his overall game this season and the impact having fans back at Anfield is having on Jurgen Klopp's side. Over 53,000 fans were at the Etihad to watch Manchester City have just one shot on target in a goalless draw with Southampton. Did Pep's comments about wanting more supporters to come to the Etihad invite extra pressure on his players? And with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United all looking strong this season, how costly will those dropped points be if they're to defend their Premier League title? On Sunday, injury-hit Tottenham face a Chelsea team that has conceded just one goal in the league this season. Glenn offers his expertise on how best to deal with the threat of Romelu Lukaku. Rafa Benitez suffered his first defeat as Everton manager as they were beaten 3-0 by Aston Villa. Glenn and Nubaid debate Rafa's style of play and what constitutes “entertaining football.” And they reflect on the impact Leon Bailey had, with the Villa winger coming on as a substitute, scoring a goal and grabbing an assist before being brought back off the pitch, in a remarkable 21 minute debut. Derby County beat Stoke a day after announcing that the club will go into administration. Aaron Paul from the 72+ podcast joins us to talk about what points deductions they could face and we hear from Wayne Rooney on his concerns for everyone involved at Pride Park. Elsewhere in the East Midlands, Nottingham Forest began life without Chris Hughton with victory over Huddersfield for their first win of the season. Aaron gives us the latest on their plans to appoint Steve Cooper as Hughton's replacement and Glenn shares his thoughts on what the future holds for his former team. TOPICS 01.47 – Liverpool reaction 05.37 – Salah's evolution this season 08.01 – Manchester City's draw with Southampton 12.40 – How costly are dropped points with the top four all in strong form? 14.02 – Rafa Benitez's style of play and what does entertaining football look like? 20.19 – Tottenham v Chelsea preview 23.21 – Glenn's thoughts on how to deal with Lukaku 27.04 – Derby County reaction with Aaron Paul 28.22 – Wayne Rooney on off-field concerns at Pride Park 30.44 – Nottingham Forest's future
Aaron Paul is joined by former Leyton Orient midfielder Jobi McAnuff and Reading defender Michael Morrison to discuss what the future holds for Nottingham Forest after they sacked Chris Hughton, with the club bottom of the Championship. BBC Nottingham's Forest commentator Colin Fray tells us how the fans are feeling and who the leading candidates are in the search for a replacement. Forest legend Robbie Earnshaw also drops by to share his thoughts on the direction the club is going in and he describes the extra pressure Forest players and managers feel due to the club's history. Accrington Stanley have made a solid start to League One and their manager John Coleman says he has fallen back in love with football, after his comments following their FA Cup exit back in 2019, where the officiating made him ‘physically sick.' And Northampton Town manager Jon Brady talks about his unique management style and how the team have dealt with their relegation to League Two. TOPICS 02.25 – Colin Fray on Hughton's sacking 09.14 – Robbie Earnshaw on Forest's future and pressure of playing for the club 19.00 – Accrington manager John Coleman 28.05 – Northampton manager Jon Brady
Mark Chapman is joined by Nedum Onuoha, Pat Nevin and commentators Ian Dennis and Conor McNamara to reflect on entertaining opening Champions League wins for Manchester City and Liverpool. We hear from Jurgen Klopp on his side's epic 3-2 win over AC Milan at Anfield. And after nine goals at the Etihad, Pep Guardiola tells us how satisfying Man City's win over RB Leipzig was. And as Chris Hughton's time as Nottingham Forest boss looks like drawing to a close, 72+ podcast host Aaron Paul joins the team to look at what next for the Championship's bottom club.
Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall winger Jed Wallace and Salford City goalkeeper Tom King, who's the godfather to Jed's oldest boy. They talk about their relationship on and off the pitch, what it's like to play against each other and what they would be doing if they weren't footballers. Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill joins the boys to talk about his recovery from covid. He tells us how he managed the team from hospital and how the virus still affects him now. Steve also talks about giving Jed his first chance in professional football at Portsmouth and how he could easily be a Premier League player. West Brom midfielder Alex Mowatt drops by to talk about their strong start to the season and gives us an insight into what Valérien Ismaël is like to play for. And Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson discusses how they've built relationships with Premier League clubs to take advantage of the loan market and how they've changed their style to attract more players. TOPICS 01.10 – Jed and Tom's relationship 04.38 – Steve Cotterill on his covid recovery and Shrewsbury Town 17.50 – Jed on Millwall's hopes for the season 22.29 – Alex Mowatt on West Brom and Valérien Ismaël 30.30 – Mark Robinson on Wimbledon's prospects
PUBLIC VERSION. Writer, producer, and creator Ryan Silbert (Stan Lee's ALLIANCES: A TRICK OF LIGHT, ALLIANCES: A NEW REALITY, THE GIRL IS IN TROUBLE, the upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King's THE GIRL WHO LOVED TOM GORDON) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen to share his career journey so far. From his start producing, writing, and directing countless short films… to producing features like the Wilmer Valderrama starring THE GIRL IS IN TROUBLE… to bringing the late Stan Lee's ALLIANCES to vivid aural life as a hugely successful and New York Times best-selling Audible Original… to his writing work on this year's incredible audio thriller THE COLDEST CASE (featuring Aaron Paul, Alexis Bledel, Nathalie Emmanuel, Krysten Ritter, Beau Bridges, and more) and all that goes into story telling through sound only… to what it's like working with “ghosts” and the pressures that come with bringing to life the revered voices and imprints of the late Stan Lee and the late George A. Romero (who had been set to direct the film adaptation of THE GIRL WHO LOVED TOM GORDON for many years before his death)… this conversation is one hell of a candid geek out between three working creatives. Dr. Arwen provides “Hollywood Therapy” for a listener concerned with setting up their finances for retirement, Adam shares why his newfound excitement for writing novels may be short lived, and the group discusses what it's like telling science fiction/fantasy/horror stories that comment on human society during these unprecedented times when society can't even seem to agree on reality.
Aaron Paul is joined by Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth and Southend United manager Phil Brown. The duo discuss their love for fashion, the 2015 League Two play-off final where they came head to head and how they're both bouncing back from relegation last season. Charlton Athletic's director of football Steve Gallen joins the conversation to chat about the quirky personality of their owner Thomas Sandgaard, who played his electric guitar in front of fans on the pitch at The Valley, and the expectations for Nigel Adkins' team this season. And Harrogate Town's manager Simon Weaver drops by to talk about their unbeaten start to the season, as they sit second in League Two after three wins and a draw. TOPICS 01.00 - Gareth Ainsworth and Phil Brown on fashion 05.42 - 2015 League 2 play-off final memories 07.49 - Wycombe's new ownership and recruitment 13.20 - Southend's relegation and start to life in the National League 17.55 - Charlton director of football Steve Gallen 28.20 - Harrogate Town manager Simon Weaver
Aaron Paul is joined by Derby defender Curtis Davies and former Millwall and Cardiff manager Neil Harris to discuss the latest news from the football league. The panel are joined by Stoke defender Josh Tymon to talk life under Michael O'Neil, Wycombe's Joe Jacobson looks ahead to facing Manchester City and Sunderland manager Lee Johnson tells us all about life at the Stadium of Light. TOPICS: 02:05: Looking ahead to Derby v Nottingham Forest. 04:32: Life at Derby after a difficult summer. 12:10: Stoke defender Josh Tymon. 26:35: Sunderland manager Lee Johnson. 37:01: Wycombe's Joe Jacobson.
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe and Salford goalkeeper Tom King to discuss the latest news and results in the football league. Recently retired former Bournemouth and Aston Villa defender Tommy Elphick tells us why he's hanging up his boots whilst former Fulham and Scotland midfielder Kevin McDonald joins the conversation to discuss what's next for him after a successful kidney transplant from his brother earlier this year. Tommy and Kevin also debate the current state of their former teams in the football league. The panel also take a look across all three leagues as the new season gets into full swing as well as the small matter of Ryan and Tommy reminiscing about an unsavoury incident when they met on the pitch back in 2013. TOPICS: 00:56: Chat about personal howlers on the pitch - Tom and Ryan share their most embarrassing moments. 03:20: League Two review. 11:30: Tommy Elphick on his career, Bournemouth's current prospects and burying the hatchet with Ryan over a historical incident. 24:17: Kevin McDonald on his kidney transplant, his future plans and the current state of his former clubs Fulham and Sheffield United. 35:50: League One review.
Aaron Paul is alongside former Chelsea and West Ham full back, Scott Minto, and ex-Spurs and Republic of Ireland midfielder, Andy Reid, for this pod. They're joined by Senior Football Correspondent, Ian Dennis, to talk about how Harry Kane is missing from the Spurs squad again and what that means for Tottenham. Hear from Romelu Lukaku as he held his first press conference after returning to Chelsea. Plus, rumours that Sheffield United keeper, Aaron Ramsdale, is close to singing for Arsenal and all the latest from the Championship. Topics: 0'56 - Ian Dennis on Kane being left out of the squad 2'32 – What's it like for teammates of Harry Kane? 5'07 - Do gentleman agreements mean anything in football? 11'13 - Romelu Lukaku speaks to the press for the first time after singing for Chelsea 16'52 - How Lukaku will change Chelsea's style of play 20'37 - Aaron Ramsdale close to a move to Arsenal 28'24 - Championship reaction
Ben Haines is joined by former Tottenham defender Stephen Kelly and football presenter Nubaid Haroon to reflect on a dramatic first Saturday of the Premier League season with 25 goals to enjoy. The guys discuss Manchester United's 5-1 thrashing of Leeds and the performances of hat-trick hero Bruno Fernandes and assist king Paul Pogba. We hear from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the key role their fans played in the result and what impact such a huge win can have on their season. Chelsea underlined their title credentials with a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace and Trevoh Chalobah explains what it meant to him to score on his Premier League debut. Virgil van Dijk showed his value to Liverpool on his return to the side as they won comfortably at Norwich and Everton's comeback win against Southampton was crucial for Rafa Benitez to get the fans on side early on. Aaron Paul joins us to round-up the biggest talking points from the EFL and then attention turns to Sunday as Manchester City begin their title defence at Tottenham. Will Harry Kane play and what impact can Jack Grealish have in the absence of Phil Foden and Kevin de Bruyne? TOPICS 02.10 - United v Leeds reaction 05.26 - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer interview 09.04 - Chelsea's winning start 12.11 - Trevoh Chalobah interview 15.51 - van Dijk's Liverpool return 19.01 - Benitez's first win 25.17 - EFL round-up with Aaron Paul 31.10 - Tottenham v Man City preview
Aaron Paul is joined by Lyle Taylor and Jed Wallace to discuss the latest news and results in the football league. They speak to QPR manager Mark Warburton about his side's start to the new season, their ambitions for the new campaign and his managerial career prior to moving to Loftus Road. 72+ regular Ryan Lowe joins the chat to talk about Plymouth's success over Peterborough in the EFL Cup and Morecambe boss Stephen Robinson discusses their start to life in League One. 01:01: The guys discuss the hot topics in football. 06:40: QPR manager Mark Warburton. 22:40: Ryan Lowe on Plymouth's 4-0 EFL Cup win over Peterborough. 32:10: Morecambe manager Stephen Robinson on life as a new League One club. 42:30: A close look at League One and the huge clubs competing for promotion.
Steve Crossman is joined by The Athletic's James Horncastle & Carl Anka as Romelu Lukaku edges close to a return to the Premier League with Chelsea. John Murray and former Arsenal and England defender Matt Upson join Steve from Wembley after Leicester beat Manchester City 1-0 to lift the Community Shield with Jack Grealish making his debut for the Premier League champions. And as the football league season begins, Aaron Paul from the 72+ podcast joins Steve to talk through the opening weekend. TOPICS: 00:10: John Murray and Matt Upson reflect on Leicester's Community Shield victory over Manchester City at Wembley as Jack Grealish made his debut. 03:45: The Athletic's Carl Anka & James Horncastle join Steve, John and Matt to discuss Romelu Lukaku's pending move to Chelsea. 14:22: Are Chelsea now firmly in the Premier League title race and who are the other contenders? 23:08: Aaron Paul from the 72+ joins Steve to discuss the opening weekend in the football league.
Aaron Paul is joined by Peterborough Chairman Darragh MacAnthony, Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor and Salford City goalkeeper Tom King to look ahead to what the EFL has in store for the 21-22 season. The panel are also joined by Wycombe number nine Sam Vokes and Sutton United boss Matt Gray ahead of their debut EFL Campaign.
This week Ted shares that he just got hooked on Breaking Bad, and Steve shares a story about a time that he interviewed Aaron Paul from the show. Ted's Talk is about making time for people. The fellas also chat about the latest mariners drama, and recap some of the big signings that the Seattle Kraken have made in free agency! Follow us on Twitter: @TheMegaCast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Author Kathleen Barber joins the podcast this week! We chat all about her admirable career over a DELICIOUS lavender gin sour!! You can head over to my instagram @cocktailsncontemplation for the full recipe :) Kathleen is a writer based out of Washington DC, she is the author of two novels, Truth be told which was formally known as Are you Sleeping, which you may know from his Apple TV series counter part staring names like Octavia Spencer, Lizzy Caplan, and Aaron Paul. Or, from her sophomore novel that was published in 2020 called Follow me. Kathleen told me all about the role of the author when their work is adapted for the big screen, talking to her producer AKA REESE WITHERSPOON on a conference call(!!!), our mutual love for Lizzy Caplan and the cult-esque film Bachelorette (seriously watch it if you've never seen) and how Isla Fischer inspired the protagonist in her second novel.
Movie Monday! Max crosses a favorite off his list, what we want for Aaron Paul, blockbusters and some soothing music round out the week. Have at it! #DoubleMaxMonday starts now! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/capesandscowls/support
Welcome dear listeners! Welcome to a midsummer Achtung! Millwall podcast featuring Aaron Paul, Harry Warren, Mike Hayden and yours truly. In the absence of an awful lot of Millwall news, we chew over the release of the summertime fixtures, such business as the club have done during the break and England's progress so far in Euro 2021.May I also thank each and every person who wished me well following my recent cardio problems, which made such a big difference to my recovery. From social media, to the message boards, email, text and WhatsApp, I have been overwhelmed and genuinely touched. My aim is to be fit to return to the football for the first home game on August 14th 2021 - thank you all for your support. I shall never forget it. #MillwallFamilyNick See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Imagine a comedy quiz show where all the contestants watched the same matches that you did last night and then makes you giggle as we recap it with quickfire rounds, weird commentary clips and more. That's basically it, in the form of a podcast called Never Write Off The Germans. Subscribe now, by clicking one of these links, or searching wherever you get your podcasts: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/never-write-off-the-germans-euro2020/id533872834 Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9yc3MuYWNhc3QuY29tL25ldmVyd3JpdGVvZmZ0aGVnZXJtYW5z Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2YnlO6vtRGnadt04YgSxVK UnitedRedcast.com @unitedredcast Produced by Aaron Paul, Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
In the final 72+ of the season, Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall's Jed Wallace and Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe to review the EFL playoff finals and look ahead to the summer. Aaron speaks to the Premier League's newest manager Thomas Frank after his Brentford side finally sealed promotion by beating Swansea. We also look at Blackpool's victory over Lincoln City in the League One final. And we look ahead to the summer and the difficulties facing clubs across the football league including recruitment and players out of contract, whilst Jed and Ryan make some early predictions ahead of the new season. TOPICS: 01:30: Our not-so-serious end of season awards. 08:10: Interview with Thomas Frank. 17:15: How will Brentford do in the Premier League? 23:40: What next for Swansea and Steve Cooper? 28:30: Blackpool return to the Championship. 31:36: Look ahead to the summer and difficulties for clubs and players. 40:28: Early predictions for next season.
Aaron Paul is joined by former Hull and current Southend manager Phil Brown and Newport County goalkeeper Tom King to preview the football league playoff finals. We look ahead to a huge weekend for the six clubs competing for promotion at Wembley, including a chat with Lincoln manager Michael Appleton as his side take on Blackpool in the League One final. Phil Brown gives us his memories of guiding Hull to the Premier League and Tom reveals which former top-flight star has been helping Newport prepare for their final against Morecambe. TOPICS: 01:30: A look back on the playoff semi-finals. 11:20: Championship playoff final preview. 19:05: Help from Wilfried Bony and...Jeremy Kyle? 23:25: Lincoln City manager Michael Appleton and League One final preview. 37:10: League Two final prep and preview.
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe and the recently retired Jobi McAnuff to discuss the latest EFL news. They look at the first leg results from the football league playoffs and debate who they think will emerge as this season’s finalists in the showpiece finals at Wembley next week. The battle to make it into the football league is also nearing it’s climax as we speak to Sutton United manager Matt Gray about his side’s chances of claiming promotion from the National League. And Newport County’s goal scoring goalkeeper Tom King discusses the Welsh side’s chances of promotion to League One. TOPICS: 01:55: Who would be included in an EFL Hall of Fame? 04:18: Championship playoffs first legs. 14:50: The race to get in the EFL with Sutton United manager Matt Gray. 23:30: League Two playoff race with Newport County’s Tom King, and issues at Tranmere. 38:40: League One playoffs – do Sunderland and Oxford have too much to do?
Luis Moncada is an American actor known for his role as Marco Salamanca on the AMC crime drama series Breaking Bad and its spin-off Better Call Saul. Luis briefly discusses what it was like working with both Bryan Cranston & Bob Odenkirk and gives a sneak peak on what to expect in the final season of Better Call Saul! Also, today's flashback friday episode welcomes Host of Bleav Podcast Network's "Cinema Palooza" Podcast, Al Valdez, to Review Vince Gilligan's "El Camino" starring Aaron Paul; Why the movie should've came out a earlier, why Walter White (Bryan Cranston) should've played a bigger role, why the film felt like a run-on episode of Breaking Bad, why some flashbacks didn't really connect well with fans, how this is Aaron Paul's bets performance yet + so much more!
Chris Curley and Ben Paul chat about the big week ahead and the climax to the season! UnitedRedcast.com @unitedredcast Produced by Aaron Paul, Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Aaron Paul is joined by EFL legends Glenn Murray and Jobi McAnuff to preview the the football league playoffs. They're joined by Swansea goalkeeper Freddie Woodman and Blackpool's Luke Garbutt as both teams prepare for the Championship and League One playoff semi-finals respectively. We also discuss the relegation drama on the last weekend of the season across the three divisions including Derby's final day salvation and what's next for Wayne Rooney. TOPICS: 01:20: Memorable moments in the playoffs and last minute winners. 05:57: Jobi tells us why he's finally hanging up his boots. 10:35: Swansea goalkeeper Freddie Woodman. 17:14: Reaction to the final day of the regular season and playoff chat. 28:55: Blackpool's Luke Garbutt. 36:02: Final playoff predictions.
Aaron Paul is joined by Curtis Davies and Darragh MacAnthony discuss the latest EFL news as the football league regular season draws to a close. Peterborough chairman Darragh is in jovial mood after his side finally clinched automatic promotion to the Championship last week - he reveals how they celebrated and how he's already planning for next season. Curtis talks us through his week at Derby as they attempt to avoid the drop to League One against Sheffield Wednesday including insight into Wayne Rooney's approach to the game. And Doncaster legend James Coppinger joins us ahead of his final game before retiring after an incredible career at Doncaster spanning more than 700 games. We also look at the other promotion and relegation permutations in League One and League Two. TOPICS: 01:15: Darragh talks us through Peterborough's promotion rollercoaster. 07:25: Curtis discusses how his Derby side have approached their preparation to stay in the Championship on the final day. 10:00: Doncaster legend James Coppinger joins the show. 25:43: How Darragh is preparing for next season already. 27:35: The business end - the permutations in the EFL on the final day and looking back on the season.
Aaron Paul is joined by former Millwall and Cardiff manager Neil Harris and current Leyton Orient caretaker boss and player Jobi McAnuff discuss the latest news in the EFL. We also hear from Cheltenham Town defender Ben Tozer and Hull City midfielder Greg Docherty as both clubs celebrated promotion from their respective leagues with games to spare. And Aaron and Neil take a look at the winners of the EFL Awards. TOPICS: 01:24: Memorable training sessions - Jobi and Neil share their unforgettable moments. 05:40: Cheltenham Town defender Ben Tozer talks promotion. 15:00: Hull City midfielder Greg Docherty. 20:40: Fans close to returning. 24:20: Around the leagues. 35:57: The EFL Awards.
Chris Curley and Dan Riley catch up and see whether we've recovered after last week's events. Listen to Season 2 Trailer from Middle Please, Umpire - a Cricket Podcast on the Acast app https://aca.st/ae002b UnitedRedcast.com @unitedredcast Produced by Aaron Paul, Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Chris Curley and Ben Paul catch up for this week's Redcast. Listen to Season 2 Trailer from Middle Please, Umpire - a Cricket Podcast on the Acast app https://aca.st/ae002b UnitedRedcast.com @unitedredcast Produced by Aaron Paul, Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe and Derby defender Curtis Davies as they discuss the latest news in the football league. They discuss the fallout of the collapsed Super League and the potential issues it could have created in the EFL. They also look at the current promotion and relegations across the leagues and chat to Southend boss Phil Brown after his stint in India. TOPICS: 01:31: Football firsts - Curtis and Lowey remember their first goals in football after Adebayo Akinfenwa scored his first in the Championship this week at the age of 38. 08:00: The Super League’s demise from a football league perspective. 17:45: Southend United manager Phil Brown on returning to the EFL after time out in India. 37:15: A closer look at both ends of League One and the promotion/relegation landscape.
Chris Curley, Dan Riley and Aaron Paul bring you an emergency podcast to discuss ESL drama! Listen to Season 2 Trailer from Middle Please, Umpire - a Cricket Podcast on the Acast app https://aca.st/ae002b UnitedRedcast.com @unitedredcast Produced by Aaron Paul, Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Ben Paul, Chris Curley and Dan Riley chat ESL woes after Burnley yesterday and Leeds this weekend. Listen to Season 2 Trailer from Middle Please, Umpire - a Cricket Podcast on the Acast app https://aca.st/ae002b UnitedRedcast.com @unitedredcast Produced by Aaron Paul, Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Aaron Paul, former Cardiff manager Neil Harris and Millwall winger Jed Wallace are joined by EFL Chairman Rick Parry to discuss the issues engulfing the football league at the moment, including the return of fans, tackling online racism and how clubs attempt to recover from the financial problems created by the pandemic. We also hear from Salford City’s new manager Gary Bowyer and look at both the promotion and relegation situations in League Two. TOPICS: 01:10: Neil and Jed reveal what their manager-player relationship was like at Millwall. 03:20: Salford City manager Gary Bowyer. 11:05: League Two discussion and thoughts on promotion and relegation. 17:40: EFL Chairman Rick Parry discusses all issues relating to the football league.
Aaron Paul is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor and Newport County midfielder Joe Ledley to discuss the latest EFL news. The team look at the title race in League 2 and talk about whether Norwich can establish themselves as a Premier League side after their imminent promotion. Millwall forward Jed Wallace drops by to talk about his side’s push for a promotion place before The Athletic’s Matt Slater provides all the details on the takeover at Ipswich. Finally Barnsley’s on-loan striker Daryl Dike joins the podcast to explain quite why he swapped Orlando for South Yorkshire. TOPICS: 05:00: League 2 title race 09:30: Millwall with Jed Wallace 14:16: What shape are Norwich in to take on the Premier League again? 17:30: Ipswich’s takeover with Matt Slater 28:00: Barnsley with Daryl Dike 34:30 – Swansea’s Social Media Boycott
Our episode today is a must listen for actors who want to learn how to orchestrate a career. This is a conversation about empowering yourself as an artist, about staying power, about the necessity to invest in yourself, and the importance of having a vision of where you want to go in your career and how to align everything in your life around that vision. Our guest today has fully arrived as an artist and is here to stay! Leven Rambin is an award winning actress and director originally from Houston, Texas who trained and taught at Playhouse West in New York City. Leven began her career at just thirteen years old on the set of “All My Children” as Lily Montgomery. Since then she’s worked on dozens of films, including “The Hunger Games,” “Chasing Mavericks,” “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters,” and “Two Night Stand.” Most recently she starred in Ramaa Mosley’s independent film “Lost Child” as an army veteran who has returned to her home in the Ozarks to find a young, mysterious boy in the woods. She is currently working on the film “London Calling” with Ron Perlman and Malcolm McDowell and “The Dirt,” which follows the origin story of Mötley Crüe. Her television credits include “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” “One Tree Hill,” “Scoundrels,” “Wizards of Waverly Place,” “The Tomorrow People,” and “Private Practice.” Leven joined the cast of “True Detective” in the show's second season before portrating Chloe Jones on Hulu’s “The Path,” starring alongside Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan. She is currently leading WGN’s crime drama “Gone” with Chris Noth and Danny Pino. “Gone” follows Leven Rambin’s character Kick Lannigan, a survivor of a famous child-abduction case, after joining a special task force dedicated to solving missing persons and abduction cases. Show Links: THE NEW TRIPLE THREAT: A Membership for Today's Savvy Actor COACHING: Click here for acting coaching from Alyshia CONSULTING: Click here to get consulting from Alyshia INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher GUEST LINKS: IMDB: Leven Rambin INSTAGRAM: @levenrambin Credits: WRITER: Erin McCluskey SOUND DESIGN: Zachary Jameson WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings ASSISTANT: Elle Powell SOCIAL OUTREACH: Bebe Katsenes
Aaron Paul is joined by Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony, Portsmouth manager Danny Cowley & Derby defender Curtis Davies to discuss the latest EFL news. After the past year’s agents fees were revealed across the football league, we debate the merits of the profession inside football: are they a necessity or do they take money away from the sport? The panel are also joined by Bolton manager Ian Evatt following the club’s brilliant upturn in form - is it time for one of British football’s institutions to rise through the leagues after years in the wilderness? TOPICS: 03:30: Curtis shares his training ground prank experiences 09:13: Are agents taking money out of football? 24:06: Bolton manager Ian Evatt on the club's recent form 35:40: Danny Cowley on his start to life at Portsmouth
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe and Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony to discuss the latest EFL news. We discuss player development from both a managerial and ownership point of view and how football league clubs use various methods in the ways they buy and sell players. After Salford and Portsmouth appoint new managers on a short term basis, Aaron, Ryan and Darragh debate the pros and cons of shorter and longer contracts. League Two's runaway top scorer Paul Mullin tells us about his success at Cambridge United and what his hopes and ambitions are with the club. And former Wales, Celtic, Crystal Palace and Cardiff midfielder Joe Ledley talks to us about joining his hometown club Newport County. TOPICS: 02:00: Ryan and Darragh compare their recruitment models. 11:45: Managerial changes at Portsmouth and Salford City. 19:55: Cambridge striker and League Two's top scorer Paul Mullin. 30:25: Newport County's new signing Joe Ledley.
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe and Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor to discuss the latest news in the EFL. The guys are joined by new Birmingham City manager Lee Bowyer after he was appointed following his resignation from Charlton. Lee discusses how he hopes to keep the club in the Championship and what his targets are beyond that at St Andrew’s. Former Cardiff and Millwall manager Neil Harris joins the show to talk about his time in South Wales and what he learned from the job as well as what his next move might be. And as Wigan Athletic have hopefully secured a brighter future with new owners expected to complete their takeover of the club soon, their former chairman and now Mansfield CEO David Sharpe tells us about their tumultuous journey since he left the 2013 FA Cup winners and debates how clubs can avoid similar issues with potential investors in the future. TOPICS: 00:50: Ryan and Lyle talk about farms. 03:25: New Birmingham City manager Lee Bowyer. 11:50: Former Cardiff City and Millwall manager Neil Harris. 30:00: Former Wigan Athletic chairman, now Mansfield CEO, David Sharpe.