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The Game Football Podcast
Could Manchester City Be Relegated?

The Game Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 77:44


Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Tony Cascarino - with Martyn Ziegler.Sean Dyche started his Everton career with a 1-0 win over leaders, Arsenal. Can he continue to make progress as the season continues? (00:00)Arsenal were let off by City's loss at Tottenham but how will Mikel Arteta and the team react to this bump in the road? (13:40)Manchester City's form continues to show signs of cracking - what can we take from Pep's comments and recent team decisions? (19:25)Harry Kane becomes Spurs' all-time top goalscorer - but is he better than Alan Shearer? (33:26)Liverpool lose again and this time it wasn't even close. Are Jurgen Klopp and his players suffering from both physical and mental exhaustion? (39:19)The Times' Chief Sports Reporter, Martyn Ziegler joins us to discuss the breaking news about Manchester City's alleged rule breaking (52:21)We round up the rest of the weekend's games with Forest and Brentford feeling positive while pressure mounts on Leeds and Southampton (56:38)Chelsea and Leicester did business at the end of the transfer window and it seems like they've made some wise purchases (70:08)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Comedy of the Week
Just a Minute

Comedy of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 28:48


Sue Perkins challenges Paul Merton, Desiree Burch, Tony Hawks and Jan Ravens to speak for 60 seconds without repetition, deviation or hesitation. The long-running Radio 4 national treasure of a parlour game is back for a new series with subjects this week ranging from Alan Shearer to Westminster Abbey. Production co-ordinator: Caroline Barlow Sound editor: Marc Willcox Producer: Rajiv Karia A BBC Studios Production

Football Daily
More Messi milestones as fairytale finale edges closer

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 37:58


Kelly Cates is joined by Ian Dennis, Alan Shearer, Rob Green and Tim Vickery as Argentina reached the World Cup final with a 3-0 win over Croatia. They discuss another sensational performance from Lionel Messi, as he became Argentina's all-time leading male goalscorer at the World Cup, and what the future might look like for this team - with starring roles for Julian Alvarez and Enzo Fernandez. So who will they face in Sunday's final? We also look ahead to Wednesday's semi-final between France and Morocco.

True Faith NUFC Podcast
NUFC Podcast: NUST presents a night with Alan Shearer, Steve Harper and George Caulkin

True Faith NUFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 40:15


The Newcastle United Supporters Trust held a 'Thank You' event for members in November to celebrate the 1892 Pledge Scheme raising £200,000 for local charities. Alan Shearer and Steve Harper attended a talk in which we have recorded for you as a podcast. Sadly we the professional audio was lost on the night but we have this back up audio to bring you what was a great night. We'd urge all TF listeners to join the Trust: https://app.joinin.online/#/app/joinin/organisation/shop/7a785319-4051-4111-be60-a259eb52a740 If you like the podcast please consider donating to at least one of the charities we raised money for at the Trust: https://newcastlewestend.foodbank.org.uk/give-help/donate-money/ https://www.alanshearerfoundation.org.uk/how-to-donate/ https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/SirBobbyRobsonFoundation https://www.justgiving.com/nufc/donate Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Days of Horror
The Sad Tragedy of Julian Blakemore (1994)

Days of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 18:02


When Blackburn Rovers went on to lift the Premier League title in dramatic circumstances on the 14th May 1995, it would be the culmination of 5 years' worth of investments by a local man named Jack Walker, a lifelong supporter who would eventually change the fortunes of one of the former founders of the football league. Former Liverpool player and manager, Kenny Dalglish was appointed in October 1991, and as Rovers secured promotion to the FA Premier League at the end of the 1991-92 season as play-off winners, in 1992 they would make all the headlines by paying an English record fee of £3.5million for 22 year-old Southampton center forward, Alan Shearer. But behind the scenes, talks had begun on transforming the stadium and bringing it more UpToDate and to compete with the so called 'big boys' of the Premier League. The biggest stand at Ewood Park, and the home of Blackburn Rovers Football Club is named after its former owner, Jack Walker - who had sadly passed away in 2000. It is just one of three stands that were built during the Ewood Park's ground redevelopment in the early part of the 1900s. But it was during its construction, a sinister secret would be unearthed that would rock the entire town of Blackburn and bring to an end a ten-year search. On July 19th 1994, a workman called John Griffiths had been busy digging a boundary trench where a row of terraced houses that had been demolished along Nuttall Street had once stood. The morning had gone as normal, but he would soon be stopped in his tracks when the sight of a human head peered from under the rubble he was removing. For more on this story, please check out our website at https://www.daysofhorror.com Follow us on Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/dohpods Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/dohpods Music used in this video : ♪♬ Shattered - Myuu - No Copyright Music ♪♬ On the Chain - Myuu - No Copyright Music

Football Daily
Deutsch delight, Grealish on Gareth & Belgium's fear

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 48:00


Kelly Cates and guests reflect on Germany's draw with Spain. She's joined by Peter Schmeichel, Alan Shearer, Moritz Volz and commentator John Murray. The panel also hear from Jack Grealish and Joe Allen ahead of England vs Wales. And Juliette Ferrington presents reaction to two big shocks as Morocco beat Belgium and Costa Rica edge past Japan. TOPICS: 0:55 – Spain-Germany, 8:30 – England, 17:15 – Wales, 20:30 – Belgium-Morocco, 33:45 – Japan-Costa Rica, 41:35 – Morocco boss, 43:05 – Belgium boss, 44:15 – Statman Dave's picks.

Sloss and Humphries On The Road
5.8: Past it's Best

Sloss and Humphries On The Road

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 59:44


Muggins is on his way to see his football hero, Alan Shearer. Cream is trusting his instincts on Bill Gates The boys try to pass off their bad hygiene and disregard for use by dates as strengthening their immune systems.   For early access to your weekly episodes, receiving them Monday instead of Wednesday, and to get an additional bonus episode every Thursday subscribe via www.patreon.com/slossandhumphries

Football Daily
Sports Report: Toney stings City & Arsenal five clear

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 43:59


Steve Crossman and 5 Live Sport's team of reporters take you through the biggest stories from Saturday's action as Ivan Toney helps Brentford win at Manchester City and Arsenal beat Wolves to go five points clear at the top. Alan Shearer also joins the pod to give his thoughts on the 3 o'clock results – PLUS you'll hear reaction from the likes of Thomas Frank, Mikel Arteta and James Milner after his 600th Premier League appearance.

talkSPORT Daily
Spurs Fans Call For Conte's Sacking; Liverpool Limp Through & Shearer Shocked By Newcastle Turnaround

talkSPORT Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 18:33


The former Spurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara believes things cannot continue as they are at Spurs after they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup, losing 2-0 at Nottingham Forest in the third round, whilst manager Antonio Conte blames fatigue for their recent form. The Chelsea manager Graham Potter was pleased with their performance despite losing 2-0 at Man City to exit the Carabao Cup. The former Wales striker Dean Saunders runs his eye across their 26-man squad for the upcoming World Cup, with manager Robert Page saying they don't fear anyone in their group. Elsewhere, the West Ham legend Mark Noble believes Declan Rice can be England captain one-day, but believes he can still get better. And Newcastle legend Alan Shearer expresses his surprise at the club's turnaround in the last 12 months, and is full of praise of the job Eddie Howe is doing at St James' Park. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Football Daily
Sports Report: Late Leeds winner at Liverpool and Potter's magical spell ends

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 38:21


Mark Chapman and 5 Live Sport's team of reporters bring you the biggest stories from Saturday's Premier League action; as Leeds scored an 89th minute winner to beat Liverpool at Anfield, Brighton thrashed Chelsea 4-1 on Graham Potter's return and Tottenham came from two goals down to beat Bournemouth. Alan Shearer joins the pod to reflect on Newcastle's 4-0 win over Aston Villa. You'll also hear reaction from Jesse Marsch, Jurgen Klopp and Kevin de Bruyne - whose sensational free-kick gave Manchester City a 1-0 win at Leicester and moved them top of the table. We'll also round-up the main headlines from the EFL and Scotland.

The Cooligans: A Comedic Soccer Podcast
We Hung With Premier League Legends In The US!!

The Cooligans: A Comedic Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 84:31


We legit hung out with massive premier league legends for an entire weekend. We hosted the NBC Premier League Mornings Live Fan Fest with Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Mustoe, Robbie Earle, and Tim Howard. It was an absolute honor and we got to watch some of the biggest matches of the season. Whether they like it or not, we're best friends now with Ian Wright, Alan Shearer, Jason McAteer, and Graham Stuart. Here's what they're really like! Exclusive content: https://www.patreon.com/SoccerCooligans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Viaplay Premier League Pod
Episode 28: City-spesial m/Grealish, Haaland, Shearer og Bisgaard Sundet

Viaplay Premier League Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 59:29


Kjempen fra Bryne fortsetter å gjøre oss tullerusk av begeistring, det er lasagnefeber i England og vi har fått Jack Grealish og Alan Shearer i tale om City, Brauten, leggskinn, spillestil, second season syndrome og rekorder. Klart det blir spesialpod! På besøk hos Jonas er vår Tyskland-ekspert og kommentator Eivind Bisgaard Sundet. Episoden kan inneholde målrettet reklame, basert på din IP-adresse, enhet og posisjon. Se smartpod.no/personvern for informasjon og dine valg om deling av data.

Arab News
Black & White | NUFC Podcast - S2 E8 - John Richardson

Arab News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 32:08


It's the last international break before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar kicks off in November. With no Premier League matches this weekend, North East journalist John Richardson joins host Geordie Peter Redding and Arab News Sports Editor Ali Khaled in E8 S2 of Black & White to reminisce about some of Newcastle's most iconic international players of the last few decades, including Peter Beardsley, Alan Shearer and Gary Speed.

NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith
September 18th 2022 - NUFC Matters Alan Shearer Interview With Steve Wraith 1995

NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 6:00


NUFC Matters Alan Shearer Interview With Steve Wraith 1995

ZiFM Sport
ZiFM Sport 29.08.22

ZiFM Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 50:45


The Zimbabwe netball team say they will now target a top-six finish at next year's Netball World Cup after they booked their place at the global meet in South Africa Chevrons all-rounder Wessly Madhevere says he was delighted to make the most of an unexpected opportunity after scoring a career-best high score of 72 off 91 balls during the first One Day International against Australia despite Zimbabwe's 5-wicket defeat Frustrated South Africa coach Jacques Nienaber rued missed opportunities and handling errors for costing them their Rugby Championship match against Australia, but said lessons had been learned for the second Test next weekend, Tottenham striker Harry Kane has set his sights on chasing down Alan Shearer's all-time PREMIER LEAGUE goalscoring record after his two goals against Nottingham Forest moved him up to joint-third in the scoring charts Barcelona manager Xavi has hailed the qualities of Robert Lewandowski after he bagged a brace in the convincing 4-0 win over Real Valladolid Juventus coach says the Bianconeri should have killed off Roma when they had the chance as Giallorossi striker Tammy Abraham scored late in the second half to earn a 1-1 draw in Turin Plus so much more…

Manchester Football Social
Liverpool batter Bournemouth 9-0 at Anfield, Hat Trick King Haaland and Harry Kane closes in on Alan Shearer

Manchester Football Social

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 58:30


Feargal Brennan, Jay Motty and Pete Hall on Sunday night duty after a GOAL FILLED weekend of Premier League action!! Liverpool equalled the Premier League record with a 9-0 win over Bournemouth, Erling Haaland smashed open his first Premier League and Raheem Sterling open his Chelsea account. More misery for Aston Villa and Everton as Harry Kane edged closer to Alan Shearer's Premier League goal record as the England skipper broke the 200 goal mark for Spurs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Sports Experience Podcast with Chris Quinn and Dominic DiTolla

Connect with us on Instagram! Chris Quinn: @cquinncomedy Dominic DiTolla: @ditolladominic Produced by @ty_englestudio

Le Foot Histoire Podcast
grands joueurs#491 Alan Shearer un des plus prolifique du royaume le prototype du joueur parfait.

Le Foot Histoire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 16:15


Alan Shearer le britannique ses construis une carrière de légende éternel dans se qu'on appeler le royaume du football plus qu'un joueur un homme très admirable de par ses nombreux exploit ses choit de carrière venue du cœurs privilégier au grand club et titre qu'il aurais pue gagné on aurais due lui donné un ballon d'or au roi du championnat anglais avec des joueurs telle que Jimmy Greaves et autre grand non bref ses l'histoire d'un roi de ce sport sans aucun doute.

The Footy Travelers
Ep 16 | FTP Origins: Colin's Origin Story

The Footy Travelers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 37:39


Once again we turn inward, this time diving deep into co-host Colin's  origin story. From young pee-wee days in New Jersey, to two influential trips to soccer's birthplace, all the way to using the sport to forge relationships in the Asia Pacific region, Colin walks us through his formative experiences and explains how the sport influenced him from an early age. Like our first "FTP Origins" episode with Mike, Colin gets just as profound, sharing his sense of responsibility and purpose to share the joys and gifts that footy and travel have given him so far in his life.   Foot(y) notes: Catch the highlights (including the infamous Alan Shearer PK) of Colin's first Premier League game. Here's a brief history of how USISL became the USL. This is what the South Jersey Barons are today. And if you didn't know that Thailand has its own Premier League...

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson
Alan Shearer on 30 years of the Premier League

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 21:54 Very Popular


Thirty years ago today, the Premier League kicked off for the first time, so who better for Jimbo to look back on three decades of the Best League in the World™ with than Alan Shearer? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Official Crystal Palace Pod
76: 30 years of the PL - TV stars, transfers and goals galore

Official Crystal Palace Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 17:11


On the 30th anniversary of the Premier League, Will Robinson sits down with Mark Bright to talk Palace's opening day six-goal thriller, dramatic transfer dealings and the impact of the competition three decades on. Listen in for stories of battles with Alan Shearer, media machines, pre-match advice, training nightmares – and the true inside story of Brighty's move to Sheffield Wednesday.  Remember, you can keep up to date with all the latest goings on at the club on cpfc.co.uk, social media and the Official Crystal Palace App.

Podcast Retropus
Eps 450: Alan Shearer, The True #9

Podcast Retropus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 54:17


Double pivot andalan anda ngomongin tentang Alan Shearer, top skor sepanjang masa Premier League

5 live Rugby League
Rugby league - the sport for all

5 live Rugby League

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 37:50


02:20 John Hughes, the director of partnerships and communities for the charity, Community Integrated Care, explains how learning disability rugby league came about and the impact its had. 06:50 We hear from Warrington's Oliver Thomason who has become a star both of the sport and social media, having replicated Alan Shearer's celebration at Magic Weekend. 08:00 And his brother Craig, explains his involvement in initially helping to set up Learning Disability Rugby League and how it's changed Oliver's life and that of many others. 17:00 Dave goes behind the scenes at Glenwood Care Home which houses those with learning disabilities who don't or can't play the game, but supports them by using rugby league themes. 19:10 England international Jodie Cunningham is on hand to help make soap. The players at last season's Grand Final were gifted bars made by the residents at Glenwood. 21:10 Glenwood is based in Widnes and the facility is littered with image of Widnes Vikings RL team. 23:10 Dave is joined by members of the ‘Media Club' at Community Integrated Care, who describe the roles they experienced within the media at the recent game between Wigan and Warrington. 27:25 Steve Roberts, Widnes Vikings' general manager, explains how those with learning disabilities utilise the same facilities at the club's stadium as those in the first team. 34:00 The podcast concludes with John Hughes detailing how more and more clubs are joining in and supporting the charity and the people it supports day after day.

A No Nonsense Podcast : Football
The No Nonsense Premier League 2022/23 Preview!

A No Nonsense Podcast : Football

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:36


As the wonderful Summer comes to a close the Premier League kicks into full gear! It's time for us to give you our PREDICTIONS on the upcoming season.We give a preview of the upcoming season and run down our winners, losers, top 4-ers and everything in between.We take a little look at the looming winter World Cup and how it will probably turn the league upside down.Is this the year Kane goes full Alan Shearer and gets his statue locked down.A new segment is born.Who will be the winner of the first ever Golden Lukaku Award for biggest flop.The circus gets louder in Manchester as Man United's never ending trouble continues.Champions elect (according to Cathal) Arsenal kick us off with a 2-0 victory  over Crystal Palace, it's happening!MAKE SURE TO RATE US 5 STARS ON SPOTIFYhttps://www.instagram.com/no_nonsense_pod/https://twitter.com/anononsensepodEMAIL - ANONONSENSEPODCAST@GMAIL.COMHit us up with questions or feedback and we'll read it out on the next episode!

Football Daily
Sports Report: Liverpool frustration & Spurs' jubilation

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 37:25


Mark Chapman and 5 Live Sport's team of reporters take you through the biggest stories from Saturday's Premier League action as Liverpool drop points early on at Fulham, whilst Spurs thump Southampton. Alan Shearer also joins the pod to talk Newcastle after they kick off their campaign with a 2-0 win at home to newly promoted Nottingham Forest – PLUS you'll hear reaction from the likes of Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel & Antonio Conte.

Football Daily
When Shearer met Haaland

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 22:42


The Premier League's all-time record goalscorer Alan Shearer meets Erling Haaland on the eve of his debut season at Manchester City. Haaland talks about the relationship with his father, and wanting to be a better player than him from a really young age. He says he has the ability to improve ‘everything' in his game, highlights the importance of meditation, outlines how he'll develop on-pitch chemistry with his new team-mates, and insists he'll welcome the physicality and ‘pain' of the Premier League. HIGHLIGHTS 01:30 – Relationship with and influence of his father on his career 05:00 – Emotions connected to goalscoring, and how to get over missing chances 11:00 – His mental approach to the game and importance of meditation 13:45 – On whether he has to adjust his game to fit in at Manchester City

Lager Time
The Colour Oranage

Lager Time

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 14:38


Greetings, bonjour, what's happeningWelcome to Lager Time, stories, poems, beats, bars and banter.I'm still in flux, currently sat in Plumstead at my in-laws where I've mostly been for the last couple of weeks. Was back in Maidstone yesterday and  now, I'm back here again. Needs must, life and that. Off to a wedding this weekend in York. Never been there before, I've heard it's pretty; hopefully they've got a Wetherspoons.This week has been a little quieter, I've been feeling tired. Either it's the heat and the excesses of last week, or some kind of post COVID-Gastroenteritis effects but I'm wiped out. But, I'm ok, we're here, my wife's back, dogs are ok; we crack on mate.Last night I was back with the BAC Beatbox Academy, who've I worked with on and off for over ten years, now. I was helping some of the younger ones get ready for their curtain-raiser performance, for the Frankenstein: How To Make A Monster Show at the Regents Park Open Air Theatre, this Monday. If you're not aware of this show, it's a modern re-telling of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, all done through beatbox, rap, spoken word and movement. It's won multiple awards and toured all over the gaff and this may well be your last chance to see it. It's a banger.The success of that show has had an unprecedented effect on many people, myself included. Though I've been around the academy for years, I work closely with the director, Conrad Murray and I've known most of the cast for many years; I was not involved with the development of the show. Yet, prior to COVID, when it was winning every award going, people would come to me and congratulate me for it, it was a strange time. But I was delighted for my pal, all the cast and all the young guys from the academy (that I did work with) who got to go on stage and perform before the main show when it ran at BAC, in 2019That whole period of 2018-2020 when we were doing High Rise, Frankenstein and all sorts of other projects was nuts. So it's been nice that, in a way, it's come back around again. It's not the same of course but that's cool. I worked with a young person last week, in Manchester, who's part of the academy, who I've not seen since before COVID and it was great to see her so it feels like I'm reconnecting again. Which is goodI'm dropping the second track from The 90 Sick EP this week, called The Colour Orange. Which I suppose is a story about family and roots and class, all set around the time of Euro 96. While it may feel like I'm rehashing old bits at the minute, they'll be some fresher stuff coming. I'm starting to learn some of these newer poems with a view of putting a set together for this live-stream. I should set a date really, shouldn't I? Let's say September for now.Anyway, that'll doHave a banging weekendPaulThe Colour OrangeHe's on telly again. The man with the permanent suntan, funny accent, white teeth and shiny face. Often seen on TV bending spoons with his mind, like some sort of bastard child of Magneto and the Tubular Bells guy, dangerously mixed with that suspect cheery disposition that I only ever see in travelling Christian theatre companies, bouncing around my school stage, singing it in the valleys and shouting from the mountain tops.The spoon bender is now enticing me to touch a big orange spot on my screen. This strange man seems to be smeared all over television, like the Oxy 10 I apply badly to my face each morning before school, looking in the mirror too scared to pop spots and wondering who Adam is and why he's stuck an apple in my throat. Each time I swallow it looks like a satsuma's being slipped down the inside of a snake.The man with the permanent suntan, funny accent, white teeth and shiny face is making yet another TV appearance, on the special edition of the Baddiel and Skinner Fantasy Football show, which I'm watching, sat in the living room, on the well-worn settee, on my own.Apparently, if I touch this big orange spot, the man with the permanent suntan, funny accent, white teeth and shiny face will become like a SCART lead and channel all that positive energy from televisions around the nation towards the England football team. It's Euro 96; they're playing Scotland the very next day! My grandpa, from Dad's side, is from Scotland. My older brother supports Scotland, he doesn't support England, he supports the other team when England play, and that really gets on my nerves! There's a lot at stake for this game.I sink down onto the floral-patterned badly faded settee like a fence, watching the screen, picking splinters from my spleen. I roll my eyes up to the lopsided white wooden shelf on the back wall, on which sits a small collection of my thirteenth birthday cards, which have now managed to last for three days. They all seem to have the same picture, of a hand-drawn school locker with loads of sports equipment spilling out. Stood next to the cards in a permanent place is a small statue of the Virgin Mary from Lourdes. It contains some holy water and two decorative plates, which stand upright like shields and have pictures of both Glasgow and Belfast. Belfast is where my grandad comes from, on Mum's side. Underneath the lopsided white wooden shelf is the TV: a fourteen-inch black Philips box which doesn't have a remote, and sometimes the buttons get stuck and don't work.Like a top gun fighter pilot, target in sight, my eyes lock back on to the big orange spot on the screen. The man with the permanent suntan, funny accent, white teeth and shiny face is enticing me. Touch faith, that song says.I'm not sure what to believe, but I'm willing to give it a go. Mum and Dad probably won't like it, as I'm sure it goes against the teachings of the church, but so far God hasn't answered any of my prayers about girls and I've only just got a Sega Mega Drive; it's 1996! My best friend Rich has already got rid of his and now has a Sega Saturn. And, as for my teeth, I must be at the back of the longest queue in NHS history because I haven't seen an orthodontist yet, my teeth still look like Stonehenge and Richard calls me goofy. I slowly rise, walk towards the telly and stick my sweaty little palm on the static of the glass. Right on the orange spot. I'm doing it for England. I want England to win.It's the following day and I'm now at Richard's house. He's got a much bigger TV; it's massive. He also has Sky; the satellite dish is outside his bedroom on the wall and apparently, at nightime, for ten minutes, there's a secret channel where you get to see naked women! He also watches WWF. I have to make do with WCW on ITV. His parents actually like football and on Sunday they take him to games and watch him play, they don't go to church. He has barbecues in his garden, holidays to Florida and places in Spain where they have outdoor water parks that Richard reckons are way better than the Croydon Water Palace. My family sit round playing guitars and other weird instruments with strings and sing silly-sounding songs in Irish accents.I rode my brand-new bike which I got for my birthday up to Richard's. I say new; it's second-hand, but it's my first ever mountain bike. It's got Shimano gears and Rhino horns. Richard's got two mountain bikes; he keeps one spare.We're both lying on our bellies in his living room, eyes fixed on his massive TV, waiting for the two arch-enemies to commence battle. I'm nervous. I want England to win. I didn't want to watch the game at home, as I knew my older brother would be there, in his Celtic shirt and Scotland scarf, and my dad, who doesn't really like football but will still watch the big games without taking sides. When a player rolls around the floor pretending to be injured, he'll go ‘achhh' just like my grandpa does. I needed to be amongst my own, I want England to win.The first forty-five fly by with turbulence. At half time, it's nil-nil and it's tense. The commentator is telling us that Jamie Redknapp is coming on from the bench; his instructions are to keep hold of the ball in midfield so the full backs can get forward. Richard and I erupt when Gary Neville swings in a cross from the right flank which Alan Shearer heads into the net to put England one-nil up! Rolling round on the floor, Rich trying to put me in the headlock and punch me!Minutes later, out of nowhere, Scotland suddenly get a penalty! Gary McAllister steps up and places the ball on the spot, an expert executioner if ever there was one. I'm nervous. As he takes the few paces just before he strikes, something very strange happens: the ball moves ever so slightly, and when he connects, he hits it hard but Seaman saves and we erupt all over again! It's still one-nil and I'm trying to put Richard in the headlock now, rolling round on the carpet!Now, apparently, at this very moment, hovering above Wembley in a helicopter, holding one of Bobby Moore's England caps, is the man with the permanent suntan, funny accent, white teeth and shiny face! The one who told me to touch the orange spot! It must have been him that moved the ball! And when Jamie Redknapp plays a sweeping pass, flicked on by Darren Anderton into the path of an advancing Paul Gascoigne, who in two amazing moves deftly clips the ball over Colin Hendry's head and slams it into the back of the net, Richard and I explode and go running round his garden, shouting our heads off!The game's finished now, England won! I'm getting on my bike and all I can think about is claiming those rare bragging rights when I get home, as I know my brother was watching it. I start riding, cars in the street are beeping, I can hear people singing everywhere, that Baddiel and Skinner song, ‘Football's Coming Home'. Displayed all over the place is the white and red flag of St George, which until Euro 96 I'd not really seen before, but now it's on almost every house. It's a good day to be English.I ride my brand-new-second-hand bike back home. I can't wait to see my brother's face! I put my bike in the shed and come in through the back door into the kitchen. I can hear my dad on the phone, probably to Grandpa. I hear a few ‘achhh's, which more or less confirms my suspicions. Grandpa normally rings around this time on a Saturday, just before Mum and Dad go to church.My brother is sat in the living room, still wearing his Celtic shirt and Scotland scarf, sunk so low into the settee I can barely see his body. He's watching the news. Gazza's goal is doing a loop-the-loop. I pause by the door. He looks dejected and I suddenly feel like I've said something to upset someone, except I haven't said anything yet. I feel bad, so I decide not to gloat. I try to make light of it, by telling him how I touched the orange spot on the telly the night before and that man with the permanent suntan, funny accent, white teeth and shiny face was hovering in a helicopter above Wembley and must have made Gary McAllister miss his penalty. My brother doesn't look at me; he stays slumped on the settee, looking at the telly, and mumbles some words about the orange spot, something about church and Mum and Dad. He then says something I don't really understand but I know it's bad, about Belfast, Grandpa, Grandad, marches and some people called loyalists.I can hear my dad calling me from the hall to go and speak to Grandpa. I remind myself that my new bike has got Shimano gears and Rhino horns and that it was four miles to Richard's house, so that's eight miles in total that I rode today, and I tell myself that it's probably best that I don't mention the score. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit cree.substack.com

Transfer Talk
Ronaldo wants out - what's next for him & Utd? Salah stays, has Klopp changed spending view? Plus, Conte's Spurs revolution

Transfer Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 55:23


Pete and Dharms are joined by The Athletic's football expert Raphael Honigstein as Manchester United deal with the fallout after Cristiano Ronaldo asked to leave the club. They discuss what could be next for Ronaldo and United (03:06), before chatting all things Liverpool after Mo Salah pledged his future to the club. They chat about whether Jurgen Klopp's spending strategy has changed and the current youthful evolution of the squad (19:51). Richarlison became the latest new arrival at Tottenham - and more are set to follow. Dharms reviews the revolution taking place under Antonio Conte (37:23). Plus, there's Pete's final thought, which involves a holiday to France, a newspaper and Alan Shearer…(52:30).

Detailed on Mic
How To Become A Successful College Coach | Agencies, NCAA Proposal & Alan Shearer w/Dan Smee #67

Detailed on Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 50:23


Daniel Smee returns to the Detailed On Mic podcast to discuss soccer scholarship agencies, the DI soccer proposal as well as Newcastle and Alan Shearer.

Euro Elite Football
Alan Shearer 1994-1997

Euro Elite Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 7:42


Episode 4 of Premier League Peaks looks at vintage Alan Shearer, the Newcastle and Premier League legend is the Premier League all-time top scorer. Shearer goal v Everton https://youtu.be/fgNObY2nqTYTo celebrate 30 years of Premier League football- In this series, I will be analyzing the ten greatest individual peaks of the Premier League era (1992–2022)  Looking at the players who set the league on fire, set new standards for greatness, defied logic, captured our hearts, and left their legacy on the beautiful game.  This series isn't about who won the most trophies, made the most appearances or lasted the longest. I'm looking at the players who's peaks, where the highest, who in there prime, were simply unplayable.  The best at their best. Support the show

Football Daily
Real Madrid return to Champions League glory

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 29:56


Real Madrid claim a 14th Champions League title with a narrow one-nil victory over Liverpool in Paris, on an evening where thousands of Liverpool fans were unable to get inside the stadium. Steve Crossman, John Murray, Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton reflect on the victory for Real Madrid with Liverpool rueing to miss several chances to both take the lead and equalise. The commentary team also reflect on the chaotic scenes outside the Stade de France and chat to BBC Sport journalists who attended. TIMECODES: 01:55: John Murray, Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton discuss Real Madrid's victory and Liverpool's performance. 15:18: John commentates on Real Madrid lifting the Champions League trophy. 21:20: BBC Sports journalist Nick Parrott discusses the issues Liverpool fans faced on entering the stadium. 24:10: 5 Live's Chris Warburton describes the scenes outside the Stade de France. 25:35: The team react to Liverpool Football Club's statement on the problems faced by fans.

Football Daily
Pitch imperfect, Karim the dream and Kroos control

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 51:46


The Friday Football Social comes from the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, as Steve Crossman is joined by our football correspondent John Murray, Chris Sutton and French football journalist Julien Laurens ahead of the men's Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. The guys discuss Jurgen Klopp's criticism of the pitch, whether or not using revenge as motivation is a good idea for Liverpool's players and how Karim Benzema has taken his game to the highest level. We also hear from Jurgen Klopp, Alan Shearer, Toni Kroos and Carlo Ancelotti. And Steve speaks to some of the Liverpool fans who have travelled to the French capital for the big occasion.

Pod On The Tyne - A show about Newcastle United
The Season in Black & White with Alan Shearer

Pod On The Tyne - A show about Newcastle United

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 80:21


Taylor Payne hosts your go-to Newcastle United podcast from The Athletic with club correspondent Chris Waugh, Senior Writer George Caulkin, and special guest Alan Shearer. It's our last podcast of the season so we're looking back over a seriously eventful campaign, one that saw us winless from our first fourteen games before the sale of the club brought renewed investment, energy, and ambition back to St James's Park. Eddie Howe came in as manager, rejuvenated the squad, and presided over an astonishing turnaround in results. We tell the tumultuous story of the season, nipples and all, and pick out our best (and worst) moments.

The Ben Ryan Podcast
Robbie Elliott Part 1 - There's Definitely A Difference Between Luck And Fortune

The Ben Ryan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 42:03


After last weeks chat with Darius Charles, we stay on the football theme with another ex Professional footballer, Robbie Elliott. Robbie had almost two decades as a professional footballer, playing over 140 times for his beloved Newcastle United and over 250 appearances in total, which also included spells at Sunderland, Leeds, Hartlepool and an eventful four years at Bolton Wanderers. Over his career, he' worked under some iconic managers including Ossie Ardiles, Kevin Keegan, Kenny Dalglish, Sam Allardyce and Sir Bobby Robson and we chat about all of those managers and the twists and turns Robbie had across his career and his learning from that. I met Robbie first when he was working for the Nike research lab and he's forged a career in sports technology, innovation and performance since his retirement. All of that we will chat about in part two next week, but as we sat outside the bustling Westfield shopping centre in West London, we started with Robbie's time in the Newcastle academy and how that compares to the modern-day set-up.Show Notes: Southampton Football Club - https://www.southamptonfc.com/Alan Shearer - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_ShearerGateshead Stadium - https://www.gogateshead.com/article/5829/Gateshead-International-StadiumNewcastle Football Club - https://www.nufc.co.uk/Ossie Ardiles - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osvaldo_ArdilesYTS - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youth_Training_SchemeAlan Thompson - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Thompson_(footballer,_born_1973)Lee Clark - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Clark_(footballer)Steve Watson - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_WatsonJim Smith - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Smith_(footballer,_born_1940)Middlesborough Football Club - https://www.mfc.co.uk/Bobby Saxton - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_SaxtonRoy Aitken - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_AitkenJohn Burridge - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_BurridgeACL Injury - https://mayocl.in/3MuoxcMLilleshall - https://www.lilleshallnsc.co.uk/nsc/ Kevin Keegan - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_KeeganNewcastle promotion against Grimsby - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNk_W6CFJKwRob Lee - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_LeeJohn Beresford - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Beresford_(footballer)Les Ferdinand - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_FerdinandDavid Ginola - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_GinolaBrian Kilcline - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_KilclineKevin Sheedy - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Sheedy_(Irish_footballer)David Kelly - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Kelly_(association_footballer)Steve Howey - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Howey_(footballer)Faustino Asprilla - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faustino_AsprillaBarry Venison - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_VenisonPeter Beardsley - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_BeardsleyDavid Batty - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_BattyZone Of Optional Function - https://bit.ly/3Nk3YzDKenny Dalglish - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_DalglishAlex Ferguson - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_FergusonPLC - https://bit.ly/3wuJKMUBolton Wanderers Football Club - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolton_Wanderers_F.C.Steve Black - https://bit.ly/38woNJmEarl Barrett - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_BarrettMichael Appleton - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_AppletonColin Todd - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_ToddSam Allardyce - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_AllardyceCharlie Brown - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_BrownMLS - https://www.mlssoccer.com/Arsene Wenger - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ars%C3%A8ne_WengerSir Bobby Robson - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_RobsonFreddie Shepherd - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddy_ShepherdNorthumbria University - https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/Bike for Bobby - https://bit.ly/3wlhNYZ=More About Robbie Elliott:Twitter - https://twitter.com/robbieelliott3?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5EauthorLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/robbie-elliott-6971383b/Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robbie_ElliottListen & Subscribe to The Ben Ryan Podcast:Ben's Website - http://benryan.co.uk/bio/Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-ben-ryan-podcast/id1553400216Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3iUL1eLA7HFKt5gxO7Uf4j?si=oN9YN6uFRSSGbO6kR01ONQAmazon Music - https://amzn.to/3shGDnOTuneIn - http://tun.in/pkdsmBen On Social:Follow me on Instagram - https://bit.ly/2Z5QSitFollow me on Twitter - https://bit.ly/3ph5W7oFollow me on LinkedIn - https://bit.ly/3ah8FtvRead about me - https://amzn.to/2NLu0Ck

Le Foot Histoire Podcast
histoire clubs#59 Newcastle UTD les magpies de l'historique magpies du club l'anglais alan shearer.

Le Foot Histoire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:00


Newcastle UTD club au passé glorieuse et au nom d'un buteur digne des grand nom du football un homme l'anglais alan shearer.

Pod On The Tyne - A show about Newcastle United
Catching Up with City and Paul Ferris

Pod On The Tyne - A show about Newcastle United

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 71:12 Very Popular


Taylor Payne hosts your go-to Newcastle United podcast from The Athletic with club correspondent Chris Waugh and Senior Writer George Caulkin. Manchester City were convincing winners and, along with last week's defeat to Liverpool, the team have been left in no doubt as to how much they must improve to challenge at the top of the table. But, how much can Newcastle's new management take inspiration from the rapid rise of Manchester's "noisy neighbours"? And, there's a reminder of how bad things used to be as Paul Ferris remembers dealing with Mike Ashley during Alan Shearer's short spell as manager. Paul has led a remarkable life, and he's here to discuss his latest memoir, The Magic in the Tin.

Namaste Motherf**kers
On the Ball with guest Chris Sutton

Namaste Motherf**kers

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 62:14


In this episode, Cally talks to premier league footballer turned pundit and commentator Chris Sutton about ice baths, stage presence, March birthdays, sport, community, getting uncomfortable, cold water swimming, Norfolk, Dads, kids, rejection, comebacks, Alan Shearer, mental health, gaming, physical fitness and money. If you haven't already, why not follow Namaste Motherf**kers at https://auddy.co/shows/entertainment/namaste - that way you'll never miss a show! Twitter: @chris_sutton73 Instagram: @chris.sutton9 Chris's campaign to bring about change when it comes to the serious health risks to players, including brain injury and dementia: Outliers, The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell More about Cally Instagram: @callybeatoncomedian Twitter: @callybeaton Produced by Mike Hanson and Kourosh Adhamy for Pod People Productions Twitter: @podpeopleuk Instagram: @podpeopleuk Music by Jake Yapp Cover Art by Jaijo Design Sponsorship: info@theloniouspunkproductions.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Highbury Squad
BT SPORT & FIGHT DISCIPLES FOUNDER | ADAM CATTERALL

Highbury Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 51:49


Super Kevin Campbell and Sophie Nicolaou are joined by award-winning broadcaster, Adam Catterall. Adam founded the popular podcast, Fight Disciples and his engaging content can be seen and heard on Talksport & BT Sport. He is a lifelong Blackburn Rovers fan and on this episode, the squad talks football ownership, money and who is the … Continue reading "BT SPORT & FIGHT DISCIPLES FOUNDER | ADAM CATTERALL"

Football Daily
A Real Mad night in Manchester

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 30:27


Mark Chapman is joined by Alan Shearer, football correspondent John Murray and Spanish football expert Guillem Balague to dissect a game that they deemed, possibly the greatest 90 minutes they had ever seen. Will City come to rue the missed chances in the first half and what can we expect from the second leg in a week's time? Reaction from Pep Guardiola who explains how proud he was of the performance. Plus, hear from Jurgen Klopp ahead of his sides semi-final first leg on Wednesday. The Liverpool boss is certainly not underestimating Villareal. And away from the Champions League it was a big night of EFL football with George Elek from 'Not the top 20' joining the pod. TOPICS: 0'50 One of the greatest ever games of football? 5'20 Guillem the 'party-pooper' 7'50 The second-leg psychological battle 10'50 Pep Guardiola interview 15'00 Can Real play any other way? 19'00 Benzema and the Panenka 21'40 EFL round-up 25'30 Final thoughts 27'50 Jurgen Klopp ahead of Villareal

NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith
April 20th 2022 - #NUFC Matters Geordies Here Geordies There ALAN SHEARER Special

NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 56:05


The lads pick their favourite Alan Shearer games and goals.

Undr The Cosh
Steve Howey Pt1 | The Entertainers

Undr The Cosh

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 78:38


Steve Howey is with us for this week's episode. Taking through his rise through the Newcastle ranks, including Faustino Asprilla's Goofy Pyjamas, Alan Shearer knocking out Keith Gillespie, Philippe Albert's manhood and Temuri Ketsbaia's jungle warfare.Steve Howey is with us for this week's episode. Taking through his rise through the Newcastle ranks, including Faustino Asprilla's Goofy Pyjamas, Alan Shearer knocking out Keith Gillespie, Philippe Albert's manhood and Temuri Ketsbaia's jungle warfare.#NewcastleUnited #SteveHowey #AlanShearer Download the Fotmob App ➡️ https://dl.fotmob.com/dl/UndrTheCosh"Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/cosh or use code cosh to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + a bonus gift! It's completely risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!" https://nordvpn.com/cosh

NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith
March 29th 2022 - #NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith and Liam Kennedy Alan Shearer Special

NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 49:27


#NUFC Matters With Steve Wraith and Liam Kennedy Alan Shearer Special

True Faith NUFC Podcast
NUFC Podcast: Amanda Staveley interview analysed - just how big can Newcastle United be (full audio)

True Faith NUFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 46:47


Charlotte is joined by Mick Martin and Adam Widdrington as we take a deep dive into The Athletic's recent interview with Amanda Staveley and Mehrdad Ghodoussi - are they overpromising? Can we really be massive? What do we make of their comments? All this and loads more.  If you like these shows then get lots more of them at: www.patreon.com/tfpodcast - 40 extra NUFC pods per month for just £6.60 Enter the draw for a signed Alan Shearer shirt: https://footballprizes.co.uk/product/shearer/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Greenwood & Mulliner Show on Newcastle Fans TV

Former defender Sebastien Bassong may have only been at Newcastle United for one season, but what an eventful season it was - largely for the wrong reasons! The now key note motivational speaker joins Jonny & Sam to look back on his time at NUFC, and tells stories of Kevin Keegan, Chris Hughton and Alan Shearer. Check out Seb's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbPyd6NkZ1l5LgwX-HS-MiAFor the video interview check out Newcastle Fans TV & NFTV Extra on YouTube youtube.com/user/leelawler & newcastlefanstv.comSubscribe to our socials @newcastlefanstv on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Twitch & LinkedIn.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/Greenwood-Mulliner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Arab News
Black & White | Newcastle United Podcast - Episode 6 - Steven Taylor

Arab News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 24:00


Black & White is a weekly podcast by Arab News that covers all things Newcastle United. In Episode 6 of Black and White, former Newcastle United defender Steven Taylor tells host Geordie Pete and Arab News Sports Editor Ali Khaled about playing under Bobby Robson, being inspired by the likes of Alan Shearer and why the young talent is not emerging as it should be.

DE LA GOAL
Cringeworthy Klopp, yellow sticker Eddie Howe and Princess Diana's ghost

DE LA GOAL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 62:21


This week Danny and Noz discuss how bad Spitting Image's Jurgen Klopp is, why Eddie Howe is the Pro Evo Steve Bruce, how Danny knows first hand that Pat Nevin is generous and Ian Rush is tight, why Noz is being haunted by Princess Diana's ghost, and the fact that Danny once played with Alan Shearer and didn't think to mention it before. Noz (aka @BeardedGenius) and Danny (aka @dannymccomedy) host the football podcast that's not about the football. No punditry, no analysis and definitely no xG - just good vibes, pure jokes and the juicy bits other football podcasts leave out. It's not about the game, it's about everything around it. De La Goal is brought to you by ProjectFootball

The Game's Gone with Tom Ross
31: Irish international Jeff Kenna on his 500 plus game career that included winning the Premier League.

The Game's Gone with Tom Ross

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 58:10


Jeff talks about playing with Matt LeTissier, Alan Shearer, Roy Keane, playing for Steve Bruce, Kenny Dalglish and Jack Charlton-Over 500 games in an amazing career. The biggest influences, best he's played with and against

Retro Football Analysis Podcast
Newcastle vs Barcelona - Champions League Game 97/98 - Warren Barton Interview

Retro Football Analysis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 61:05


We go back to 1997 to analyze a very memorable match in Newcastle United's European football history. Kevin Keegan would be taking his Newcastle side into the Champions League for the first time, not only was he faced with the prospect of one of the top sides in club football, but was also missing the club's record signing Alan Shearer. Stewart discusses the match with the former Newcastle and England full back Warren Barton, who gives us some fantastic insight into the night itself.

The Villa Podcast
PENALTIES, right back Rashford, Alan Shearer and Wembley piss-heads

The Villa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 69:23


England fall at the last hurdle as Italy win Euro 2020 on penalties. We've a lot to get through - Chiellini, Gareth Southgate, the English penalty mentality and the Manchester United fan with Mrs Grealish 69 on her shirt. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Wrighty's House
England Into the Semifinal, With Alan Shearer

Wrighty's House

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 43:56


Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn to look back at England's 4-0 win over Ukraine to book a semifinal spot (6:11), as well as a quick word on their opponents, Denmark, who continued to impress in defeating the Czech Republic. They're joined by Alan Shearer in Part 2 to talk about England's tournament as a whole, as well as some insight on what it's like as a player to go deep in an international tournament (21:28). Host: Ian Wright Guests: Alan Shearer, Musa Okwonga, and Ryan Hunn Producers: Roscoe Bowman and Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices