The NFF announced the Super Eagles squad list for the friendly against Algeria taking place on Tuesday September 27th in Oran as part of the launch of the new Olympic Stadium in Algeria. I went through the list talking about the first time call ups, returnees & baffling snubs from the list. Additionally, I previewed the game against Algeria including an anticipated starting XI based on Jose Peseiro's previous tactics in our AFCON qualifying games against Sierra Leone & Sao Tome Nike also released the new Nigeria home kit and I expect us to debut the home kit in the friendly on Tuesday I also ran through the club performances of our Super Eagles players over the weekend including Terem Moffi, Victor Boniface & Alex Iwobi who have all continued their excellent form with superb performances over the weekend for their respective club sides Check out our Youtube Channel where you can also watch the episode: https://bit.ly/NigeriaFootballWeekly Twitter - https://twitter.com/NFWPod Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nigeriafootballweekly/ Facebook page Link - https://www.facebook.com/NigeriaFootballWeekly Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Anchor Link: https://anchor.fm/nigeriafootballweekly Podfollow: https://podfollow.com/nigeria-football-weekly --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nigeriafootballweekly/message
Are FC Barcelona selling out their own long term future for short term gain? How disrespectful were Napoli President's comments about not wanting players at his club to play at AFCON? On this episode of The Straight Shootin' View our co-host SSLJA (along with Guest & fellow Pitch Talk Co-host Coach JBK) talks about FC Barcelona's messy financial situation, where they seem to be selling off their long term future (merchandise & TV Rights), to spend big money in the summer transfer window ahead of the 2022/2023 season, all whilst asking players to take pay cuts and trying to force certain players out of the club to trim their wage bill. SSLJA also discusses some utterly disrespectful comments from Serie A Club Napoli's President Aurelio De Laurentiis about not wanting to sign African players, unless they sign an agreement not to play in the AFCON tournament. For more information about Pitch Talk visit: Our Official Website - http://www.pitch-talk.com http://Facebook.com/pitchtalk (Become a fan & member of our Facebook group) http://Twitter.com/pitchtalk @pitchtalk https://www.instagram.com/pitchtalk/ http://Youtube.com/pitchtalk Find & Subscribe to our audio - Add us to your favourite podcast app via RSS Feed - https://anchor.fm/s/8839b7e0/podcast/rss Anchor FM - https://anchor.fm/pitchtalk Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/pitch-talk-podcast/id445883703 Google Podcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL3BpdGNodGFsay9mZWVkLnhtbA Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0y9lR6WJaNLyAr7diAHhqh#upsell Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.co.uk/podcasts/ee0280cc-f15b-49bb-a3e2-b688e0dd49d5/Pitch-Talk-Podcast? Vurbl - https://vurbl.com/station/pitch-talk-podcast/ PlayerFM - https://player.fm/series/pitch-talk-podcast-2859976 Mixcloud Archive (Incl. Classic podcast episodes) - https://mixcloud.com/pitchtalk/ #Barcelona #AFCON #SSCNapoli #LaLiga #FrenkieDeJong #MartinBraithwaite #Money #SerieATIM #Transfers #SkySports #Vlogs #PremierLeague #EFL #Podcast #EPL #ApplePodcasts #GooglePodcasts #money #football #players #coaching #soccer #GrassRootsFootball #UEFA #FA #FIFA #FootballVideos #opinion #fans #facebook #twitter #igtv #instagram #YouTube
In the 28th episode of FNW, Joe and Mike discuss: Part 1: How Mike became a Napoli fan (~0:53) Part 2: Match Review - Napoli vs Girona (~13:23) Part 3: Dries Mertens farewell video, De Laurentiis' comments about AFCON and a contract between Everton and Napoli (~34:25) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The gang are back for the first Euro Leagues of the season! Steve Crossman is alongside Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Kristof Terreur to talk about what is going on at Barcelona? They've had a busy transfer window so far despite needing €144mil to register and pay their new players, so how are they affording it? The panel talk about life after Lewandowski for Bayern Munich and former Liverpool, Juventus and Mali midfielder Momo Sissoko talks about comments made by Napoli's president Aurelio De Laurentiis on how he doesn't want to sign any African players unless they agree not to go to AFCON. Plus, all the latest transfer news from across Europe including Cristiano Ronaldo's future. 3'00 - Rapha's time at Manchester United 5'16 - What is happening at Barcelona? 16'50 - Life after Lewandowski for Bayern Munich 22'00 - Momo Sissoko on AFCON comments 33'00 - Latest transfer news including Ronaldo, Nice's summer, Charles de Ketelaere & Timo Werner
In Episode 160, Devin, Greggo, Mean Marc (eventually TK) recap the summer preseason tours for some of our favorite Euro clubs, including those we have been fortunate to check out in person on the FTC Summer Tour. We discuss Arsenal's solid campaign in the US and if the big moves has the Gunners aiming high when the season starts, Chelsea's shaky turn, and why Barcelona seems to have a lock on the transfer market despite having very shaky finances. And as the top Euro clubs tour the US, we discuss why fans seem to turn out for the big name clubs but not for teams based here in the US. In the second half we go into the Women's Euros and England's breakthrough to the Finals and if they can win it all or if France or Germany can beat the Home Nation (pre-recorded before that semi), acknowledge South Africa's first Women's Afcon championship, and in 2UP/2Down we go into new jobs, Soccer in the Streets, Vince McMahon retiring from WWE, and MORE!! Go to ftcutd.myshopify.com, and get your FTC drip! Get your an FTC Custom Nameset with your 2022 jerseys! Show off your flavor and vibes on your jersey at the Culture Shop at ftcutd.myshopify.com!! Follow us on Social Media! Twitter - @FTCUTD Instagram - @FTCUTD Like us on Facebook - FTCUTD
Banyana had been denied in five previous Women's Afcon finals – 1995, 2000, 2008, 2012 and 2018 – and at the 2022 edition, tasted glory for the first time in the history of the national senior women's team.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Musa and Ryan begin with South Africa's historic win over Morocco, to win the Women's AFCON for the very first time (02:45). They then chat about Sweden and France competing in the Euros semifinals (12:30), before wrapping up some goings-on in the men's game (28:34), including Bayern, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Barcelona debuts and Ben Mee's carbon neutral Brentford transfer! Host: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's official - Banyana Banyana are the 2022 Women's Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) champions. This after beating Morocco two-one at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium last night. This is Banyana Banyana's sixth attempt to win the tournament. They failed to win five previous Women's AFCON finals in 1995, 2000, 2008, 2012, and 2018. But in 2022, the team has got the glory for the first time in the history of the national senior women's team. It's also the first time since Bafana Bafana's win in 1996 that a senior national football team has been victorious in the Nations' Cup . Sebenzile Nkambule was in conversation with Mathews Mpete- Sports Editor at Daily Sun and Janet Whitton, SAfm Sports Anchor
Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay are joined by The Athletic's Art de Roché to figure out how Portugal and Switzerland caused the Netherlands and Sweden so much trouble. Plus, Alasdair Howorth on why we should also be keeping an eye on the Africa Cup of Nations, as Zambia and Morocco qualify for the World Cup. Hooper tells us about shooting hoops with England stars. We look ahead to France vs Belgium and Italy vs Iceland with the help of Italian journalist Lucia Pirola. And we try to figure out how Art will get to Milton Keynes for the semi-final with the newly announced railway strikes. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Netherlands 3 - 2 Portugal (2.00) PART 2 - Sweden 2 - 1 Switzerland (17.00) PART 3 - AFCON with Alasdair Howorth (27.00) PART 4a - Coming up - France vs Belgium and Italy vs Iceland with Lucia Pirola (37.00) PART 4b - England updates (45.00) PART 4c - Rail strikes on semi-final day (47.30) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's show we focus on the 2022 Africa Women's Cup of Nations, with South Africa, Senegal and hosts Morocco among the teams to have impressed so far. We also assess the key decisions made by Caf, that the 2023 AFCON will be held in January and February 2024 due to rainy weather in Ivory Coast, that the African Super League will start in August 2023, that the Caf Champions League final will return to the home and away format. Plus Stuart on the latest transfers in the EPL.
The 2022 Women's Africa Cup on Nations in upon us and On The Whistle will be there to cover it all. We will bring you the best content, analysis and interviews from the tournament starting off with an interview with Tottenham Hotspur and Morocco forward Rosella Ayane.Host: Alasdair HoworthGuests: Rosella Ayane (Spurs and Morocco)#TotalEnergiesWAFCON2022 #TeamMorocco #COYSFollow us on IG: @otw_podcastFollow us on Twitter: @otw_podcastLike us on Facebook: On The Whistle Podcast Show Notes 03:42 - Dream debut 05:54 - Integrating with the squad09:30 - Support from fans14:21 - Mood going into AFCON19:23 - Pressure to qualify for a World CupDuration: 22:49 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
‘n Beroep word gedoen op die Namibiese sakesektor gedoen om die tekort van 48 miljoen Namibiese dollar aan te vul om die Onafhanklikheidstadion in die hoofstad op te knap. Volgens die ministerie se uitvoerende direkteur Audrin Mathe is die stadion, wat in die laat 1950's gebou is, nie geskik om enige internasionale byeenkomste aan te bied nie. Die opknapping van die stadion is nie net om voorsiening te maak vir die aanbieding van die 2027 Afrikabeker-toernooi, Afcon, waarin Namibië en Botswana belangstelling uitgespreek het nie, maar ook vir die nasionale sokkerspan, die Brave Warriors wat tans Suid-Afrika gebruik as hul tuisveld. Agnes Tjongarero die Namibiese sportminister sê dit gaan oor almal in die land.
On this week's show we analyse Pitso Mosimane's departure from Egyptian club Al Ahly – was it a surprise, and where might he be going?Also we speak to Nigeria defender Ola Aina, who plays for Torino in Italy's Serie A. Aina tells us about his long season and how he lost his place in the team after going to the Afcon.Plus lots of transfer talk and a look at how kick-ins might replace throw-ins.
On this week's show we catch up on the latest in the 2023 Afcon qualifiers, with Nigeria making a winning start and Egypt losing to Ethiopia.We speak to Scotland-based defender Frankie Musonda who committed to play for Zambia, and made his debut in these qualifiers.Also we talk about Brighton's Tariq Lamptey deciding to play for Ghana. And Stuart on the tough schedule for players in Europe.
It's been a long season full of thrills and intrigue across the continent. The panel takes a look back at their personal highlights while looking ahead to some of the biggest stories of the transfer windowPanel: Zayn Nabbi (host), Courtney Freese (former PSL winner), Alasdair Howorth (OTW Multimedia journalist)#TotalEnergiesCAFCL #SadioMane #TotalEnergiesAFCONFollow us on IG: @otw_podcastFollow us on Twitter: @otw_podcastLike us on Facebook: On The Whistle Podcast Show Notes02:21 - Moroccan dominance of club football04:14 - An AFCON to remember for the sabre-toothed minnows13:08 - What next for Sadio Mane?18:30 - Will Ronwen Williams displace legendary Denis Onyango at Sundowns?Duration: 27:35 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this podcast, we were joined by Andy Howes, Director & Co-Founder of AfroSports, a sports hub connecting sports with fans in Africa & Diaspora across all viewing platforms. With over 20 years experience in the Pan-African sports space, Andy touched on engaging with local sports and the part they played in distributing the AFCON 2021 Media Rights across Africa, working with the AUB. We also spoke on the relationships between Free-to-air TV vs PayTV, weighing out the pros and cons of both and their uniqueness in the African market. AfroSport have also launched a 24/7 TV channel in Nigeria, are about to launch in the Caribbean and have also developed an app (‘Optimeyes Africa') which is an excellent fan engagement platform. Part 1 · 00:00 - 02:20 -: Introduction · 02:20 - 08:40 -: Growth of AfroSports · 08:40 - 13:20 -: Change in consumption habits · 13:20 – 17:30 -: Increased engagement in local sports Part 2 · 17:30 - 21:45 -: AFCON Media Rights distribution · 27:55 – 31:55 -: Broadcasting on Nigerian · 31:55 – 35:55 -: Broadcasting in the Caribbean · 35:55 - 39:43 -: Fans Connect App ASU Mindshare event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/asu-presentsmindshare-tickets-353297691907 AfroSports: https://afrosport.tv/ For more podcast: https://asunified.com/podcast Follow the podcast details on: Twitter: @ASUnified | LinkedIn: Africa Sports Unified | Instagram: @asunified
Nigeria's church attack: death toll rises following brutal killing +++ Another suspected blasphemy mob killing in Nigeria stirs anger +++ Cameroon to CAR: thousands of refugees decline repatriation +++ Uganda's kidney disease cases surge +++ 2023 African Cup of nations qualifiers underway
Son los chiquitos as Bridget takes this one off. Somehow we didn't total the podcast car. We've got a touch of MLS and another coach firing (as Heath, his landlord owner, and a corrupt FO pop champagne), some NWSL, MN Aurora get their first W, Clausura final, CAF Final, Afcon is back, and more. Mostly though, it's internationals as teams tune up for the WC.
Banyana are not treated well, despite being one of the favourites to win the Women's Afcon in July. Could their American counterparts' equal-pay victory help our national women's football side? Chapters: 2:47 - US Women's Soccer 8:24 - Amanda Dlamini 22:22 - Joseph Mkhonza 32:12 - Busisiwe Mokwena
On this week's show we look ahead to Monday's CAF Champions League final, with Al Ahly of Egypt playing Wydad Casablanca of Morocco, who have home advantage. Also the group stage of qualifying for the 2023 AFCON starts next week, and we hear from Malawi coach Mario Marinica, as the Flames aim for back-to-back qualifications. Also, we take a look at the best African players in the just-ended Italian Serie A season, and Stuart on how formidable Manchester City will be with Erling Haaland up front next season.
In part two of our conversation with Gambian coach Tom Saintfiet we hear about the challenges of AFCON 2021, both on the pitch and off it. He gives us an insight into his process and how he manages a database of over 150 Gambian players around the world, and lifts the lid on the reports of players and staff not being paid bonuses.Host: Alasdair HoworthGuest: Tom Saintfiet (Gambia national team head coach)#TheGambia #TotalEnergiesAFCON2021 #coachingFollow us on IG: @otw_podcastFollow us on Twitter: @otw_podcastLike us on Facebook: On The Whistle Podcast Show Notes 1:00 - Intro 3:30 - Heading into AFCON with zero full training sessions 10:00- Joy and struggles of AFCON22:00 - No payments from the GFF for bonuses, but no problem29:00 - Playing AFCON 2023 qualifiers with no fansDuration: 34:55 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of CURVA MUNDIAL, philanthropist and leader Ndaba Mandela discusses growing up in Soweto, the work he does around the world finding the next world leader and helping end the HIV / AIDS epidemic. Mandela also discusses his love of Kaizer Cheifs, Bafana Bafana, and the wisdom he he gained from his grandfather, the late Nelson Mandela, and why Africa deserves another World Cup sooner rather than later. This interview was recorded just as the AFCON was starting and why something needs to be done to help promote that continental cup as much as others around the world. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this week's show we take a look at the draw for the group stage of qualifying for the 2023 AFCON, with Egypt, Guinea, Malawi and Ethiopia all in the same group.We assess the furious post-match comments of Orlando Pirates coach Mandla Ncikazi, claiming Simba used dirty tricks against them in Tanzania in a Confederation Cup match.We have the third and final part of our interview with Samuel Osei Kuffour, the former Ghana and Bayern Munich defender, this week speaking about how he coped with the death of his daughter, who drowned in a swimming pool.And lots on the EPL as the title race continues.
Brodda Mikes expresses disappointment with the outcome of the Ghana vs Nigeria Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying match in Abuja on March 30, 2022 as Nigerian Super eagles zealots stormed the football pitch to attach the Ghanian footballers and terrorize Ghanian team visiting fans.
10 teams will fight it out over two matchdays to determine which five nations will represent Africa at the 2022 World Cup. Luis Miguel Echegaray is joined by Michael Lahoud, Maher Mezahi and Tosin Makinde to breakdown an incredible set of fixtures that includes a repeat of AFCON final, a West African grudge match, and a too-hard-to-call meeting between Cameroon and Algeria. 02:21 -- Egypt vs. Senegal 06:37 -- Cameroon vs. Algeria 15:05 -- Ghana vs. Nigeria 21:20 -- Mali vs. Tunisia 25:31 -- DR Congo vs. Morocco Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/
In this Podcast we were joined by Nqobile Ndlovu, Founder of CashNSport. We took a look back on the successfully run Sponsors & Media Rights of AFCON and how President Motsepe has so far done at the helm of CAF in including the new 10 step plan to improve CAF & how new sponsors and partners are getting attracted towards Africa. Further key points were made on how organisations are looking to engage with younger audience and the scope of better sponsorship and partnership in African sports tournament was discussed. You can contact & follow Nqobile via the following platforms: Website: https://cashnsport.com/ Facebook: Cash N Sport Twitter: https://twitter.com/CashNSport?t=5BuvYPQ3svHMMcMrSWo5eA&s=09 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc7YZsqwB_6ZTuxTzk6miHQ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cash-n-sport/ For more podcast: https://asunified.com/podcast Follow the podcast details on: Twitter: @ASUnified | LinkedIn: Africa Sports Unified | Instagram: @asunified Timestamp: • 00:00 - 01:40 -: Introduction; About podcast and speaker Nqobile Ndlovu • 01:40 - 03:10 -: What is Cash N Sport and were people can find Cash N Sport • 03:10 - 10:50 -: Broadcasting and media rights issues with CAF deal • 10:50 – 23:00 -: About new CAF and its new 10 step plan • 23:00 - 28:40 -: TikTok being the biggest social media partner • 28:40 – 32:10 -: Organization looking to engage with younger audience • 32:10 - 35:35 -: Will AFCON, CAF and others will see better sponsorship and partnership; end summary and thank you for listening.
Ed and Rahman are joined by Saer Seck - founder of the Diambars Academy and a former vice-president of the Senegal FA - and Goal.com's Liverpool correspondent Neil Jones to discuss what the future holds for the Liverpool forward after leading his country to their first Afcon title in Cameroon.
Another week of MLS preseason down, we've got some 2022 kits to review. US men's soccer has a world champion for the first time. While it's not new for the USWNT, should they get a bonus similar to what Senegal's Men Team did for winning AFCON? LAFC and ACFC get another week closer to playing matches that matter. And more about GORT our robot VAR overlord.
In this episode, we the people of Pod Save Africa discuss the recent AFCON games that was held from the 9th of January to the 6th of February 2022 . We discuss the incredible and electric atmosphere of the tournament. We chat about a few of the controversies and the less than optimal international coverage. We talk Superstars and Also-Rans. Finally, we chat about the amazing moments that made this one of the most electric international tournaments on the face of the earth. Note: Due to the COVID pandemic, AFCON 2021 originally scheduled to be held in 2021 was postponed till 2022 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pod-save-africa/message
In Episode#13 we talked about how the better squad won the Africa Cup. Senegal had everything to win their first AFCON titel. We discussed how the continent of Africa has to set themselves up for better representation at the World Cup. We talked about the developments around Barcelona. Their win against Atletico last Sunday, and their pending Spotify deal. Finally, we again had to address a sad thing in football. This week it was the Marc Overmars scandal at Ajax Amsterdam. We hope you enjoy our discussions. Please rate and review this podcast. And tell a friend to tell a friend about the realest footy podcast out here. Follow us on IG:@email@example.com@pelesoccershop@ysalmon@iamfrankieflo
Matt and Dom are back on a rainy day and ready to discuss the return from the International Break as Dom celebrates a big Milan win in the biggest Milan Derby in a decade. The guys recap everything from Serie A and the Premier League, Matt talks about his golden boys playing in the AFCON 2021 Final, and the guys celebrate Underground Sports Philadelphia's four-year anniversary! Follow Us! Twitter: @UndergroundPHI @FCTopBins Matt: @mattcastorina Dom: @WashedLifestyle Instagram: @UndergroundPHI @TopBinsPod SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel: youtube.com/channel/UCXTLztI5KsYQLH0WptJaL-Q Website: undergroundsportsphiladelphia.com Twitch: Twitch.tv/UndergroundSportsPHI Twitch.tv/AHairyApe Biñho Board: https://binhoboard.com/?ref=Underground --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fctopbins/message
On this episode of AFP, Devang and David discuss a flurry of MLS transfer news, including Jozy Altidore's reported departure from TFC to the New England Revolution, Xherdan Shaqiri's arrival in Chicago, and Brian White's long term deal in Vancouver. Then, they rehash the end of the latest CONCACAF World Cup qualifying window while looking ahead to March and recap Senegal's AFCON triumph. To close, it's the mailbag where we answer some great questions this week on #AskAFP. Have you joined Patreon? Get ad-free episodes, access to discord and our all-new weekly Euro Round Up: https://www.patreon.com/afootballpodcastFollow @AFootballPod on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @DesaiDevang, @EmpireGass and @nickandrade.If you enjoyed today's show, please rate A Football Podcast 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts.See you again next week for an all new AFP.
In Episode 23 of the Unsackable Podcast Filippo Silva, Josh Deming and Adrian Sousa break down some of the biggest stories of the week. The USMNT's qualifying roadmap is a little bit scary, what do they need to qualify? Plus, we look at Senegal's first AFCON victory, Borussia Dortmund's Süle steal, and Simeone losing his magic touch with Atlético? Stay up to date with all things soccer-related with Unsackable: A Soccer Podcast! Every Monday & Friday join hosts Adrian, Manuel, Filippo and Josh as they break down the biggest stories and results from around the world of soccer. Monday: Reviewing the weekend results from several leagues around the world, breaking stories and transfers. Friday: Reviewing the midweek European results as well as looking over the winners and losers. Podcasts are available at Google, Spotify, Apple Podcast, iTunes & ALL Podcast Apps! Draftkings.com PROMO Code TPPN for SIGNUP Bonus & Weekly Deals!
Join the Chronicles Tifosi Patreon community for exclusive patron-only podcast episodes and bonus content at serieachronicles.com/patreon. ****** "It's just like a Frenchman to resolve everything in three minutes". Milan took home the 3 points in a dramatic come-from-behind away win in the Milan derby, with Olivier Giroud striking twice in three minutes to turn the match around, amid drama on the sidelines. Juventus' star signings Vlahovic and Zakaria scored on debut to win the match against Verona and finally find themselves inside the top 4, after Atalanta incredulously lost at home to Cagliari. VAR struck again as Roma was denied a last-gasp winner against relegation zone dwellers Genoa after what seemed to be Nicolo Zaniolo's winning strike was ruled out for a Tammy Abraham (ahem...) 'foul' in the build up, leading to a booking for the Englishman and a send off for Zaniolo's dissent. No surprises that Jose Mourinho was not too impressed. Elsewhere Lazio won away at Fiorentina, and Napoli sent Venezia into the relegation zone after striker Victor Osimhen returned from AFCON duties with Nigeria. ****** This episode is sponsored by Calido Media. Talk to the team to discuss your digital strategy to fire up your business, connect to your ideal audience, and communicate your message: calidomedia.com.au We recommend: Riverside.fm online podcast recording studio: We record all audio & video with Riverside. WPX web hosting: 30 seconds support response time 24/7/365 with FREE unlimited website migration and the best hosting infrastructure for the fastest speeds. ****** Tweet us your questions to @serieAchronpod with the hashtag #ChroniclesQandA for our ChroniclesQ&A mailbag show. Links: serieachronicles.com, Patreon, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Please give us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Serie A Chronicles is a Media Chronicles production. Digital content and social media by Calido Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The boys are back to discuss all the games during the midweek, as well as touching on a few of the FA Cup games from the weekend. We also answer some fan questions, with the AFCON tournament taking a big spot. Come hang with the boys and stay up to date on the Premier League! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-epl-boys-podcast/support
Ed and Rahman are joined by Fady Ashraf and Nick Ames to look ahead to the final of the Africa Cup of Nations when Liverpool's Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah will go head-to-head to be crowned the kings of the continent.
We discuss our thoughts on the differences between ESPN, CBS and FOX's coverage of Team USA, why fans of Premier League teams will experience big changes this February, who has the best Transfer Deadline Day coverage, and can beIN SPORTS do better with their AFCON coverage? Finally, we share our recommendations of what to watch this weekend.
In this episode, co-host Bidemi Ologunde provided a recap of the group stages of the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament as well as the Round of 16 matches.Please send questions, comments, and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Arlo announces he has signed a new fur-family member to a lifetime deal. New striker Kacper Przybyłko comes to CFFC with a phenomenal record from the Philadelphia Union (4:17). An update on Rafael Czichos' arrival to the Club (7:55). Tyler shares an update on the vibes around preseason being different from past years (12:00). Manchester City was almost shocked by Southampton (16:40). Has Liverpool turned the Premier League title race back on (23:14)? Chelsea beat Tottenham for the 4th time this season (25:40). Should there be a worry about Christian Pulisic's Chelsea future (28:14)? The turmoil surrounding Premier League refs and VAR (35:39). Arlo gets emotional about Leicester's current form (41:11). The show has become a hit in the country of Mauritius. Follow Arlo & Tyler!Twitter:https://twitter.com/arlowhite https://twitter.com/TNTerens
Soccer Comic Rant #388 Does Thomas Tuchel Complain To Much?! Has There Ever Been So Many Tough Teams To Beat In Premier League History? Wayne Rooney please finish the job at Derby. Don't Take the Everton Job. Stay and make history. Benitez got what he deserved and got sacked. Evertonians get what they deserve, a disastrous season under Benitez. Philippe Coutinho Brings his Brazilian magic back to the Premier League. Respect Villa. Graham Potter proves he's worthy of an elite Premier League job. Arsenal trick the league into giving them a snow day. Man City Beats Chelsea 1-0. We talk AFCON. And Who is Axel Kei? Ian Edwards https://www.instagram.com/ianedwardsc.. https://twitter.com/IanEdwardsComic http://ianedwardscomedian.com/ Neil Chakravarty https://twitter.com/SawyersLawyer https://www.instagram.com/sawyerslawyer/ Merch Link OnTheVolleyapparel.com https://onthevolleyapparel.com/collections/soccer-comic-rant Lee Hudson https://www.instagram.com/leehudsonco... https://twitter.com/leehudsoncomedy Martin Harris https://www.instagram.com/martin_harrisla/ Aaron Brungardt https://twitter.com/hilAARONous https://www.instagram.com/aaronbrunga... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We discuss the AFCON-troversy during the Tunisia vs Mali match and we chat with Giles Barnes about his football journey + what's next for his career! Enjoy the podcast and don't forget to subscribe and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Follow us on all socials @soccercooligans! https://linktr.ee/cooligans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, co-host Akinola Ologunde discussed the effects of a biennial World Cup on women's football.Please send questions, comments, and suggestions to email@example.com.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
In this episode, we talk about the craziness of AFCON, the cinderella stories of the FA Cup, and preview the weekend matches in the Premier League! So grab a brew and come hang!
Tyler gives insight on CFFC's potential new signing as the Club closes in on a left-footed center back (5:23). C.J. Brown returns to the Fire as a member of Ezra Hendrickson's coaching staff (7:58). Chicago Fire FC Sign Academy Product Victor Bezerra to Homegrown Player Contract (12:37). MLS Next Pro's impact on the organization's future (14:58). Arlo properly rubs in his Leicester beating Tyler's Liverpool (18:24 ). The ugly side of Premier League matches was fully displayed by Liverpool fans (26:15). The Premier League title race looks grim for Liverpool and Chelsea(39:03). The COVID-19 impact on the Premier League so far (41:27). Arlo was furious about the VAR decision during the Tottenham match (46:49). Is Thomas Tuchel on the hot seat (49:28)? Manchester City is on the verge of doing something special again (53:35). The guys discuss New Year's resolutions (57:44) Follow Arlo & Tyler!Twitter:https://twitter.com/arlowhite https://twitter.com/TNTerens