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Danny and Lee return and talk about a convincing 5-1 win in the FA Cup against Cheltenham but are still frustrated with some of the decisions. They look at the draw and a home tie against the lowest ranked team Ramsgate at home. They then discuss the AFC Wimbledon managers and talk and rank their favourites, who achieved the best, who disappointed and where does Jackson currently rank. Would we renew Jacksons contract and if so when would you? They finish by talking about the prediction league and the upcoming home against Doncaster. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
With Adrian Clarke sunning himself in Dubai, Matt Davies-Adams and Sam Parkin are joined by non other than AFC Wimbledon boss Johnnie Jackson this week. Johnnie discusses Saturday's narrow defeat against Bradford, his teams otherwise impressive start to the season, the new managers at Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham City as well as some top notch Sopranos chat. There's also a review of a weekend where League Two took centre stage with Mansfield thumping Notts County and more late drama at Wrexham. Add in some love for the ageless Jordan Rhodes and news of MK Dons sacking manager graham Alexander and you've got a fun pod! What about this from our friends at QuinnBet. Enhanced UK Welcome Offer ⚡ Register & Deposit, for up to £35 Free Bet. Visit: https://quinnbet.click/o/L5trHE?lpage=PdMl0B 18+ T&Cs Apply. Always Gamble Responsibly.
This week Danny and Lee discuss the 0-0 draw away to Mansfield, is it a good point? They also talk about subs and the fitness of players and are they worried about lack of squad rotation. What has happened to Ryan Mclean? should he stay and fight for a place and keep training with the first team or should he be sent out on loan to get valuable minutes? They move on and discuss times that they've bumped into random wombles abroad or friends that have been in far flung places and bumped into a fellow Wimbledon fan. They then discuss memorabilia they own from the basic stuff to the far out gnomes of the Wimbledon world, they also ask the fans to send in their pride memorabilia pieces, the more unique the better. They talk merchandise and what pieces should every Wimbledon fan own? Also, are adults allowed to wear replica kits to games? They finish with a preview of the big game against Bradford at Plough Lane on Saturday. The number one AFC Wimbledon podcast - The Wombles had a Dream Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As much as we all try to move on, the Raya/Ramsdale debate continues to bag headlines and, as a result, the centre of attention on this very show. Some suggested the current Arsenal No1 looked shaky in the first-half of The Gunners' win over Man City at the weekend. Taking his entire performance into account, we argue whether such analysis was a little hasty. In the same game, Ederson racked up his 300th appearance in English football (140 clean sheets in that time, if you're asking) while fellow countryman Alisson pulled off a Save of the Weekend contender to earn Liverpool a point at Brighton. Seny Dieng and Middlesbrough are very much back on song in the Championship, Luke Southwood played a huge part in Cheltenham's first point in seven League One outings and Christy Pym did his homework to brilliantly save a James Tilley in the bottom tier stalemate between Mansfield and AFC Wimbledon. Keeper Capers focuses on Olivier Giroud's cameo between the sticks for AC Milan, plus an unfortunate incident in the Thurlow Nunn League Divison One South.
Danny and Lee this week speak about the 4-1 home win against Tranmere and then the 1-0 away win to Harrogate, making it 3 wins in a row and let's start to enjoy what is happening on the pitch. They then ask the question - what is the most important goal for AFC Wimbledon? They talk about important goals and have a debate if Jack Midson's pen against Fleetwood is the most important or is it Mark De Bolla against Staines? They move on and speak about the Crazy Gang and why were they so successful and why didn't they get the credit they deserved and lastly how would they cope in today's modern game. Finally they preview the game away to Mansfield on Saturday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Exclusive conversation about football and faith. This week, we are joined by Iraq's national team and AFC Wimbledon striker Ali Al-Hamadi, along with community youth leader Ali Jenabi. Ali Al-Hamadi delves into the challenges he has faced while practicing Shia Islam as a professional footballer and shares personal faith-based encounters both on and off the pitch. Our co-hosts and guests explore opening up to past sins, the Saudi Pro League, the presence of Muslims in sports, and discussing many other engaging subjects!
Join Jack Reeve and Mark Langdon as they return for the latest episode of Bets Club giving you the best bets and predictions for this week's Premier League fixtures and more. The Premier League is here in full swing and the team kick off by previewing the big match, Tottenham vs Liverpool. Both teams have started strong in the league. Klopp believes this is the beginning of a new dawn at Liverpool, whilst Postecoglou has reason to believe Tottenham can surprise teams this season. Mark then gives his best bets in all of this weekend's Premier League fixtures, including another tough test for a struggling Chelsea side who travel to Fulham. Dan Childs returns with his best bets in the EFL giving us lots of analysis on this week's team in focus, AFC Wimbledon. Follow Mark as he takes a look at the best multiple offers this gameweek too as the team create a bet builder, a treble and give their other best bets.
Jonny Drury steps in to join E&S Walsall man George Bennett on the latest episode of the Bescot Beat. They discuss the defeat to AFC Wimbledon and the fall out from it, including selections, injuries and a red card. They look at Danny Johnson and has involvement so far this season, as well as reflecting on the fans' view of Mat Sadler. They take your questions while looking ahead to Saturday's trip to Bradford City.
The managing director of AFC Wimbledon has resigned after being secretly recorded making sexist and abusive comments about a female colleague, just two months after publicly committing to tackling sexism as part of the Her Game Too campaign. Emma Barnett gets reaction from Lewes FC Chief Executive Maggie Murphy and Yvonne Harrison, CEO of Women in Football. Minna Dubin is the author of Mum Rage: The Everyday Crisis of Modern Motherhood. It's a book inspired by her own experiences and she then spent three years speaking to other mothers, to build up a picture that goes beyond her own domestic sphere. In 2021, prominent Chinese journalist and #MeToo activist Sophia Huang Xueqin was arrested and jailed. Unseen for the last two years, the Chinese Government announced that her closed-door trial began on Friday. Journalist Jessie Lau joins Emma to discuss the latest in this case. Emma talks to author Ysenda Maxtone Graham about her new book Jobs for the Girls which gives a snapshot of British women's working lives from 1950, through cardigans and pearls, via mini-skirts and bottom-pinching, to shoulder pads and the ping of the first emails in the early 1990s.
Well that was another interesting week in the world of AFC Wimbledon. However, Nick and Stu have no time for dwelling on certain matters, so we discuss another point away at Newport, some memories of away days of Wimbledon past, the visit of Stockport on Saturday, and Nick's ability to drop in wrestling references of varying relevance.
Aaron Paul is joined by Stevenage manager Steve Evans and ex-Swindon striker Sam Parkin to look at the latest news from the EFL and beyond. AFC Wimbledon manager Johnnie Jackson give us an insight into his side's unbeaten start to the season. The team also look at why Championship leaders Preston have begun the campaign so positively, and ask how much of a priority the EFL Trophy is to clubs this season. And we find out which unlikely music star Steve Evans has for his ring tone. TIMECODES 05:50 Preston North End 18:15 Johnnie Jackson on AFC Wimbledon's start to the season 25:05 How important is the EFL Trophy? 36:05 Steve Evans on Stevenage's unbeaten opening six matches
Jamie is joined by Ian and Ed to examine a busy week for County - games against AFC Wimbledon and Brentford dominate discussion, along with an evaluation of our transfer business. We also discuss County's asymmetric tactical approach, denounce joy thieves, and lavish praise on our industrious midfield.As always, you can contact the show via Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn with any questions or comments.Our theme tune is Discoland, reproduced with permission of Tinty & The Bucket Hats. Please support them by buying their music, catching them live or making a donation to Kidscape who are their chosen charity.Support the show
In this episode the team are reviewing Chelsea 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon which saw Enzo Fernandez score his first Chelsea goal as we came from behind to advance into the Carabao Cup third round. The team also discuss all of the activity so far on Transfer Deadline Day including the signing of Cole Palmer from Manchester City, the futures of Ian Maatsen, Conor Gallagher and Trevoh Chalobah, whilst also discussing Raheem Sterling being left out of the England squad and the club's shocking decision to stop the £10 Coach subsidy. If you have a question for the team then contact them on Twitter at @AtTheBridgePod (This episode was recorded on 1st September 2023) *** Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! *** Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/b3arBztQjn _______________________________________________ Get In Touch With Us: Twitter - twitter.com/AtTheBridgePod Instagram - Instagram.com/AtTheBridgePod #CFC #CHELSEA
Joshua and Nathan talk about the Whitecaps wins over Portland and Chicago, preview NYCFC, Herdman being named the new TFC manager and what is next for Canada, the ongoing Luis Rubiales situation, Chelsea back to winning ways, Tottenham back to bottling and more!TIMESTAMPS:1:47- Whitecaps win in Portland and in Chicago24:18- NYCFC next31:54- John Herdman leaves Canada MNT and is the new Toronto FC manager38:45- San Diego Loyal of USL folding39:38- Tata Martino says MLS may not play during international breaks next season42:13- Chelsea beat Luton Town and AFC Wimbledon in EFL Cup. Cole Palmer signs, Lukaku loaned to Roma, Cucurella loan to Man United off 56:14- Tottenham beat Bournemouth but lose to Fulham in the EFL Cup plus transfer rumours1:07:37- Luis Rubiales refueses to resign 1:13:12- UCL draw reaction and predictionsStart your own podcast with Buzzsprout with a paid plan and get a $20 Amazon Gift Card and support the show!
Stamford Chidge & Jonathan Kydd are joined by Dayne Whittle to look back at the win against Wimbledon and ahead to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.In part one we are joined by Liam Twomey from The Athletic to look back at Wednesday nights 2-1 win in the Carabao Cup over AFC Wimbledon. A banana skin was avoided as Chelsea made relatively hard work of beating League 2 side Wimbledon proving that making changes doesn't work and possibly revealing a lack of squad depth. Enzo and the big guns came to the rescue and Captain Conor Gallagher excelled again.Liam gives us the latest from Transfer Window Deadline day including his take on the runoured exits of Conor Gallagher, Ian Maatsen and Trevoh Chalobah.In part two we welcome Adam Wiklo from the Red Side of the Trent podcast for our 'Opposition View'. What does Adam think of Forest's start to the season and their transfer business? Adam discusses Awoniyi's electric form and the key players and threats for Saturday as well his match prediction.In part three we preview the match stating with Chidges and Pochettino's predicted line-ups. Where will Enzo play? Sterling needs to stay hot! And Forest are looking decent in spite of results and are not to be taken lightly. We wrap up with our predictions. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Another night of Carabao Cup action saw Chelsea and Everton scrape past AFC Wimbledon and Doncaster respectively to progress to round 3 of the Competition. Chelsea will now face Brighton, whilst Everton face a trip to Villa Park. Elsewhere Jamie O'Hara and Dean Saunders react to Rangers' heavy defeat against PSV Eindhoven which saw them fail to qualify for the Champions League group stages. Also Simon Jordan defends his comments made about Chris Eubank Jr and Shebahn Aherne educates Alan Brazil and Gabby Agbonlahor about what a throuple is. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chas. and Mouch pick over our huge victories over the mighty Luton Town and the terrifying AFC Wimbledon, breathe a sigh of relief that we have no new injuries, and ponder who's improved their chances of not getting sent out on loan before the window closes. chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2023 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt Davies-Adams has got The Athletic's Liam Twomey and Luke Bosher alongside him to reflect on the 2-1 win over League Two AFC Wimbledon in the second round of the League Cup. By the time you listen to the podcast this *whole* section may be completely redundant - but with just over 24 hours to go in the transfer window we talk through some of the latest done and potential deals - including Cole Palmer, Emile Smith Rowe, Trevoh Chalobah, Marc Cucurella and more... With the international break just around the corner, we preview the visit of Nottingham Forest to Stamford Bridge. And finally - it's a first outing for the Bosher v Twomey match-up in the quiz... Produced by Lucy Oliva. *** • Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/cobham to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Crossman presents reaction to the final games of the EFL Cup second round. Plus, analysis as Rangers lose to PSV, meaning they will play Europa League football this season. Hear from Sean Dyche as debutant Beto inspired an Everton comeback at Doncaster Rovers, AFC Wimbledon manager Johnnie Jackson after his side fell just short of beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, James Forrest from Heart and Hand - The Rangers Podcast after their thrashing away at PSV Eindhoven, and penalty shootout hero Lukas Jensen who saved two penalties for Lincoln City, knocking out Sheffield United.
Hey everyone, Welcome back to the TRUE BLUE SHOW! This is the first Post Pod W of the season and we got all the True Blue Boys in to celebrate. We talk player performances, impressive/shaky starts for some, and how we think we need to see the team line up at the midweek. On to AFC Wimbledon! Follow us on X @TreyoWolf @yourmanchew @true_wes --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/trey-frazier5/support
S4E11 - Raheem, The Dream How quickly we can go from panic to happiness! 3-0 and Raheem leads the Charge! We discuss each player and their impact on the game. We cover transfers from the incoming of George (our new keeper) to the outgoings of Lakaka. We discuss other EPL fixtures and build up to AFC Wimbledon. Links: ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
Stamford Chidge & Jonathan Kydd are joined by Dan Silver to look back at an encouraging 3-0 win against Luton Town.In part one: Sterling was superb – has he turned a corner? Chelsea are making progress but there's still room for improvement. All the goals were good goals; quick transitions and attacking play; no stodge, but we went flat either side of half time. Jackson gets off the mark – massively important. Enzo shows his class; Caicedo channels his inner Kante. Conor excellent again – let's hope he doesn't get sold this week.In part two: Lukaku to Roma; thank fcuk! Squad depth: is it an issue with a bench of youngsters? Petrovic signed; will Poch get another attacker? Cucurella to Utd? Mike Dean is a **** – who knew?In part three we preview Chelsea v AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup. We kick off with Chidge's Team selections and ask with 9 players out injured, is there no room for much rotation? We take a look at AFC Wimbledon: memories from past matches and reveal who played for both Chelsea and Wimbledon? We wrap up imploring Poch to take it seriously, after all it's a chance for a trophy, and finally give our predictions. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Three whole points for Chelsea Football Club... It's a Bank Holiday bonanza as Matt Davies-Adams, Simon Johnson and Liam Twomey bask in the glory of just a second win in 17 games for the Blues. We reflect on the 3-0 victory over Luton - and celebrate another sensational performance from Raheem Sterling who bagged a brace for Mauricio Pochettino's men. There's the obligatory transfer talk as we count down to the end of the window - including the arrival of goalkeeper Djordje Petrovic, potential loan to Manchester United of Marc Cucurella - and what Andrey Santos should expect at the City Ground. Then - we pick our starting XI for Wednesday night's visit of AFC Wimbledon - as the Blues get their League Cup campaign underway. We'll be back on Thursday to round up that match and looking ahead to the visit of Nottingham Forest ahead of the international break! Produced by Lucy Oliva. *** • Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/cobham to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ed is back in the chair and welcomes long-time listener Hamid to the pod for his debut. Hamid gives a review of the away hammering of Forest Green Rovers (and gives a thumbs-up to their chickpea curry pasty) whilst Ed praises the character shown in coming back to beat Sutton at home. And we continue the pod's love-in for Will Evans, who seems to have the golden touch at the moment.We'll be back next weekend to discuss the matches against Brentford in the League Cup and AFC Wimbledon in the Fourth Division. In the meantime, you can contact the show via Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn with any questions or comments.Our theme tune is Discoland, reproduced with permission of Tinty & The Bucket Hats. Please support them by buying their music, catching them live or making a donation to Kidscape who are their chosen charity.Support the show
Nick is joined by Harrison Burridge (@hburidge2) from The Chelsea Social (@TheChelsSocial) to look back at the blues first victory of the Mauricio Pochettino, a 3-0 triumph vs Luton & first home league triumph since March 4th when Flowers by Miley Cyrus was number one in the charts. It was a night of many positives. Raheem Sterling bagged a brace to keep up his good start to the season & looks a man transformed at the moment. Malo Gusto was phenomenal on the right hand side setting Sterling up twice. Jackson got his first Chelsea goal that his performances have so far deserved with Enzo & Caicedo excelling in the middle of the park. All these players came in for high praise. We then look ahead to who might feature vs AFC Wimbledon in the cup midweek. Next up we break down the pro's & con's of Andrey Santos's loan move to Nottingham Forest. Lukaku to Roma is discussed before we reflect on Mike Dean opening his mouth & admitting to messing up not sending Antony Taylor to the screen last season vs Tottenham. Finally we answer listener questions on: -What Sterling's recent improved performances down too & how long he'll maintain it -Jackson will he come amazing this season, do we need to wait or need another striker -What point do we revert to 4-2-3-1 of pre season -Who goes on loan Lesley or Washington Until the next episode KTBFFH
Join us for a look into Sutton United's EFL2 journey in our latest episode, "Always Funny When That Happens". Host Mike, along with guests Claire, Josh & Julian, unpacks the recent defeat to local rivals AFC Wimbledon. But the football action doesn't stop there - we're joined by "1912 Exiles" host Ed for his take on the upcoming trip to Newport County. Whether you're a dedicated #SuttonUnited fan or just starting your football journey, this episode offers a blend of analysis, anticipation, and passion. Engage with our 'Moment of the Match' poll and stay tuned to the socials for details on how to join in with our prediction league. Subscribe, rate, and stay connected with @suttonpodcast for more. #ForeverAmber #AmberArmy #InItTogether #SuttonPodcast #AlwaysFunnyWhenThatHappens Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lose. Draw. Win.Wrexham are finally off the mark since returning to the Football League with a 4-2 beatdown of Walsall. Nathan and Rich are on hand to unpack that win, as well as the 1-1 draw against AFC Wimbledon. The lads also discuss the renaissance of Luke Young, what to do with Jake Bickerstaff and why the club need to get their act together on food and drink in the stadium.Joe from The Loathed Strangers Podcast also joins the show to give a lowdown on Swindon Town ahead of this weekend's clash.Sponsored by red10 People Developmentwww.red10dev.comPartnering with Wrexham-band Hypenotic! New song 'The Wrexham Way' is out nowhttps://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/hypenotic/the-wrexham-way-instrumentalEMAIL - RobRyanRed@gmail.comWEBSITE - https://robryanred.com/TWITTER - @RobRyanRed | @RichFay | @NathSalt1INSTAGRAM - RobRyanRedTIKTOK - RobRyanRedPodThis Podcast has been created and uploaded by RobRyanRed. The views in this podcast are not necessarily the views of talkSPORT. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Owen Blackhurst, Seb White, James Bird, and Tommy Stewart catch up this week to talk about Animal Farm, pole-vaulting, the brilliant 2023/24 AFC Wimbledon shirts by umbro and our mate Marc, coffee tins from Naples, the preliminary round of the FA Cup, up to Bedfordshire, Gay Meadow, Robbie Fowler, John Hartson v Eyal Berkovic, indie nights in Cologne, Craig Charles Funk & Soul, Manumission, Salvatore Schillaci in Japan, Zidane's France debut, Marcel Desailly on Zoom, Eric the Eel, Maritime tracking apps, The Day of the Jackal, kick-ins, Seb the referee and somehow so much more.Subscribe to CLUB MUNDIAL nowhttps://mundialmag.coSign up for the Newsletterhttps://mundialmag.co/newsletterFollow MUNDIAL on Twitter - @mundialmagFollow MUNDIAL on Instagram - @mundialmag Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join us for an in-depth analysis of Sutton United's recent EFL2 defeat to Gillingham in our latest episode, "Right Bodies In Right Areas". Host Mike, along with guests Steve & William, breaks down the match and looks ahead to the upcoming fixture against AFC Wimbledon at Gander Green Lane. We're also joined by "Same Old Wombles" host Mark for his take on the AFC Wimbledon match. Whether you're a devoted #SuttonUnited fan or just exploring the world of football, this episode offers a wealth of insights and discussions. Engage with our 'Moment of the Match' poll and join our prediction league here: https://forms.gle/QxZgcGVfirqz2ZWdA. Subscribe, rate, and connect with @suttonpodcast for more. #ForeverAmber #AmberArmy #InItTogether #SuttonPodcast #RightBodiesInRightAreas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we discuss the midweek Carabao Cup win against Wigan Athletic and our trip to South West London to face AFC Wimbledon. RJ from Phoenix, Arizona gives us his thoughts on the teams performance and promotes his new Wrexham themed children's book “Dream Big, Little Dragon” which is available to buy now on AmazonWe also look ahead to back to back home games against Walsall & Swindon Town as we try to kick start our League Two campaign.
Lee is back from his holiday and he is joined by the one and only Danny Baker. They are also joined by returning guest George Brown. This week the lads discuss the draw away to Grimsby and then the big win in the Carabao Cup against Coventry. They then talk about some of the issues that arose at the Coventry game regarding turnstiles, over zealous stewarding, Danny goes on a rant regarding what he witnessed from the stewards and how it was out of line. We then talk about the cup draw and an away game at Chelsea. Finally we review Wrexham at home on Saturday and then Colchester away on Tuesday.In association with Seasonmaster - this seasons sponsor.The number one AFC Wimbledon podcast and still the only unofficial AFC Wimbledon podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mark Griffiths and Neil Williams discuss the start of the season, talk to Barry Worthington to get a Wigan perspective on James McClean and Michael Taliadoros on AFC Wimbledon (included Ollie Palmer's teatime treats!), and hear Mike The Ref explain the new refereeing directives.
Craig and I discuss the role of sporting directors and data in recruitment of players. I explain why Aldershot FC would be in the dock if they tapped up Tommy Widdrington had we of been in the Premier or Football League and why the National League and King's Lynn are going to do about it. Cover the FA's response to the Boston crowd trouble, Ollie Scott's probably move to Aldershot and much more. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/stephen-cleeve/message
Danny and Lee return to discuss pre-season so far, the players that have been signed, the players that have left, the players they would like to be shown the door. The fixtures and the games they have pencilled in and everything else AFC Wimbledon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Last year, Roman Mars teamed up with Hank Green to guest host Dear Hank & John -- this year he's back on the Greens' show once again, but this time with Hank's brother John Green (Turtles All the Way Down, The Fault in Our Stars, The Anthropocene Reviewed).In their podcast Dear Hank & John, "hosts John and Hank Green (who are also best-selling authors and pioneering YouTubers) offer both humorous and heartfelt advice about life's big and small questions. They bring their personal passions to each episode by sharing the week's news from Mars (the planet) and AFC Wimbledon (the third-tier English football club)."This week, guest host Roman Mars joins the show to discuss things like: Are roaches a moral failing? How do they do surgery on a fish? Why do only old people like stinky cheese?
Interviewing Simon Thompson, Founder of Trickshot Trickshot is a London-based sports technology company that uses 3D data from live sports to create engaging augmented & virtual reality experiences for fans In this conversation, Simon gives us an insight on how Trickshot's technology can help sports organizations attract younger audiences who are passionate about esports and seek the dynamic and immersive viewing experiences that regular sports broadcasts does not offer, resulting in a drop in viewership numbers from younger audiences.The discussion explores different approaches to utilizing their technology, which empowers fans to recreate their favorite moments and generate their own content using footage from the game. Simon also highlights their successful partnership with AFC Wimbledon, and sheds light on a few ongoing discussions with sports leagues and brands to expand and optimize the diverse applications of the technology To learn more, visit http://www.trickshot.dev Hosted by Rohn Malhotra from SportsTechX - Data & Insights about SportsTech startups and the surrounding ecosystem.
This week Lee and Danny pay tribute to the voice of football John Motson. Hartlepool at home and 2 points dropped. Signings that got them excited no matter the outcome. Danny quizzes Lee on his knowledge of international AFC Wimbledon players. Finally, they preview Gillingham away and Stevenage at home midweek. From the only unofficial AFC Wimbledon podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gary was recently joined by Sammy Lander to discuss the role of the Substitution Coach, empowering those players, improving awareness of roles, and ways that coaches can perhaps get more energy from the bench. In the 2019/20 season, Sammy became the first game's first specialist substitute coach with AFC Wimbledon and shared his experiences and insights during this live interview. This was an event that we did the APFA. If you would like to watch the full interview, just click below and watch for FREE!! https://apfa.io/apfa-modern-soccer-coach-the-role-of-the-substitution-coach-with-sammy-lander/
Phil and Tony talk to striker Aaron Pressley, currently on loan to Accrington Stanley from Brentford. They discuss his career before coming to Stanley including time at Aston Villa and a loan stint at AFC Wimbledon, as well as his family history in the sport of football, rapid fire, Peter's corner and more.
Stoppage Time is U90C's Evergreen series that include timeless content including Interviews, Stories, Memories, and other related Soccer things that relate to the Columbus Crew. On this Stoppage Time episode we sit down with Ryan Bailey of Total Soccer Show (and many more) fame! Pretty much the G.O.A.T. of all things soccer media. Ryan joins us to tell the Wimbledon F.C. -> A.F.C. Wimbledon story. We're not hyperbolic; this is the best soccer/football story to exist. For those Crew fans tuning in ***TRIGGER WARNING*** Much of what you hear will parallel what happened with Columbus and Save the Crew. It may be hard to listen to. Good new though, soccer always wins. You can find Ryan at www.ryan-bailey.com as well as Total Soccer Show www.totalsoccershow.com. Become part of the Discord family: https://discord.gg/crew96 Podcasts are available on Spotify, Apple Podcast, and all podcast apps. Not seeing us somewhere? Email us Check us out on our Social Media Platforms and feel free to email us! We're totally literate and will 100% read anything you send, promise. Subscribe to our channel for more soccer content: -Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Upper90ClubPod -Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/upper90clubpod -Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upper90clubpod/ -Apple Music: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/upper-90-club/id1647214221 -Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1xnYAtnQ8tThdn5JWX6c24 -Linktree: https://linktr.ee/upper90clubpod Song: Pacific Radio Fire by the Compressions.
It was a historic day at the Cottage on Sunday, as Fulham FC Women played on Fulham's hallowed turf for the first time since they reformed. It was unfortunately, a 3-1 defeat against AFC Wimbledon (a league above Fulham), but the day wasn't particularly about the result. In this podcast, Jack, Elizabeth and Stephen react to everything that happened in the game, and give their thoughts on the landmark day where 3000 people turned out to watch the girls in Black and White. Then, in part two, Sammy speaks to Fulham bloggers Jack and Loz, who now have their second book out called 'Caught in Possession'. They discuss what inspired the new novel, and give their thoughts on real-life Fulham from this season. You can purchase Caught In Possession here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The World Cup is upon us. In this episode we have the final say on Fulham's heart-wrenching defeat to Manchester United and take stock of what has been a fantastic start to our Premier League campaign. We also take a look forward to the World Cup and give a nod to the Fulham players that will be featuring (plus one ex player, who we were all delighted to hear got the call-up for Ghana!). In part two, we preview Fulham FC Women's fixture against AFC Wimbledon at Craven Cottage on Sunday. Finally, we answer some of your listener questions, before ending on two brilliant 'this'll catch on' submissions. If you enjoy Fulhamish, please consider contributing a small amount monthly to help pay our costs. As a bonus, you receive access to our exclusive Telegram group chats where you can chat with fellow FFC fans and Fulhamish listeners: https://www.levellr.com/communities/fulhamish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Aaron Paul rounds up the week's big EFL stories with Preston North End manager Ryan Lowe and Peterborough United co-owner Darragh MacAnthony. Hear from QPR boss Michael Beale after he turned down the chance to manage Wolves in the Premier League. Ex-QPR player and manager Ian Holloway joins the pod to give his reaction. Catch a feature interview with Luton Town's Nathan Jones after their strong start to the season. And the panel also dip into League One leaders Plymouth Argyle and League Two strugglers AFC Wimbledon. TOPICS: 4:50 – Beale/QPR, 21:15 – Jones/Luton, 31:15 – Plymouth, 33:55 – Wimbledon.
So why don't we have mouth Roombas? Is the universe full of chickens? What scientific advances are happening? What was the first internet purchase? How do I convince my parents to let me check a bag? What is Twitter? What's the difference between a telescope and a camera? Are sea monkeys natural? Hank Green and Roman Mars have answers!In their podcast Dear Hank & John, hosts John and Hank Green (who are also authors and YouTubers) offer both humorous and heartfelt advice about life's big and small questions. They bring their personal passions to each episode by sharing the week's news from Mars (the planet) and AFC Wimbledon (the third-tier English football club)."Dear Hank and John and Roman