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FTCUTD - The For The Culture Soccer Show
S4 Ep155: To Keep Us Safe

FTCUTD - The For The Culture Soccer Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 118:06


The season is coming to heated conclusion as we go into the week of the men's UEFA Champions League Final! But before we touch on anything soccer related, we have a special conversation regarding the shootings in Uvalde, TX, which saw (so far) 19 children and 2 teachers killed. Coming so quickly following the shootings in Buffalo, we give some raw emotions and thoughts coming to terms with a crisis that so many are fighting to do nothing to fix. We encourage everyone in The Culture to contact their Senators (including those running for Senate) to push forward with H.R. 8. We pivot into discussing the final weekend of the Premier League season that saw Man City come back against Aston Villa and stop Liverpool's quadruple to claim their 4th Premier League title in 5 years, and also Arsenal drop out of the top 4 (to Spurs of all teams), Leeds and Everton escape relegation and a far too early look into what's to come this summer. In the 2nd Half, we recap the Women's Champions League Final where Lyon reclaimed their spot atop Europe, beating the reigning champs Barcelona, including a wonder goal by Amadine Henry and our own Catarina Macario! We then preview the men's Final coming this Saturday between 13-time Champions Real Madrid and 6-time champs Liverpool. Following compelling domestic and European campaigns, we give our thoughts on who will will run hot in Paris and give our predictions for the Final. Real can finish the season off on a high note and bounce back from the news of Kylian Mbappe's sudden u-turn, choosing to stay at PSG where he will get an incredible €600 Million in the next 3 years! We debate on PSG will be able to succeed in Europe with this new deal and is this the end of Real's chase, and in 2UP/2Down we go discuss Tim Anderson, AC Milan, NIL, and more!! Go to ftcutd.myshopify.com, and get your FTC drip! Get your an FTC Custom Nameset with your new MLS. NWSL, USL, and Super League 2022 jerseys! Show off your flavor and vibes on your jersey at the Culture Shop at ftcutd.myshopify.com!! #prideteenth coming soon Follow us on Social Media! Twitter - @FTCUTD Instagram - @FTCUTD Like us on Facebook - FTCUTD

The Arsenal Way: Arsenal FC podcast
Elneny Signs New Arsenal Deal, Saliba Stays & Torreira & Bellerin Transfer Saga | #TheArsenalAgenda

The Arsenal Way: Arsenal FC podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 17:09


Tom Canton is joined by Bailey Keogh to debate the big Arsenal talking points, including discussion on Mohamed Elneny signing a new deal and William Saliba's future at the club after Mikel Arteta confirmed his intention to bring the Frenchman into the squad for next season. Plus, Lucas Torreira's future at the Emirates is discussed after the Uruguayan's move to Fiorentina fell through before talk on Hector Bellerin's desire to extend his stay at Real Betis. Enjoy.

Hockey IQ Podcast
Joel Jackson

Hockey IQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 56:48


On this episode of the Hockey IQ podcast, we sit down with Joel Jackson, performance coach with the Edmonton Oilers.A few areas on this episode we discuss:- Joel Jackson Community Weight Room- Benefits of the bench press for hockey players-  Balancing pushing and pulling exercises- Heart rate response while skating- Work/Rest ratios- Managing stress and athletic loads- Off ice testing and KPIs- Stair training and conditioning for hockey playersCheck out Hockey's Arsenal all over the web:Website HockeysArsenal.comTwitter @HockeysArsenal (@CoachRevak for Greg + @Daniel_Dukart for Dan)Hockey IQ Podcast Spotify or Apple Podcasts or on our websiteInstagram @HockeysArsenalYouTube @HockeysArsenalFacebook @HockeysArsenalNewsletter HockeysArsenal.Substack.Com

Sixteen:Nine
Denys Lavigne, Oasis Immersion

Sixteen:Nine

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:56


The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT One of the best things about projection mapping technology is its ability to completely fill a big space with immersive visuals. The resulting experiences can be good enough to become paid attractions. There are now dedicated, ticketed venues devoted to immersive, projection-mapped experiences around the world, and one of the best is Oasis Immersion, a venue in downtown Montreal that was dreamed up by a guy who'll be very familiar to the digital signage community - Denys Lavigne. He started and ran Arsenal Media for many years - building up a creative shop that most years would all but sweep the digital signage awards programs it entered. Arsenal was ultimately acquired by the display technology firm Christie, and Lavigne continued working for them for about four years, before deciding to step away and chase a new dream. That's been a real journey. I had lunch with him years ago, in New York, when he laid out the rough concept for me. I did a walk-through of the venue back in 2019, when it was just a set of darkened rooms, months off from opening. Then COVID hit, and the launch plans were derailed by lockdowns. The concept and business clawed its way through the pandemic, and Oasis is open and thriving with experiences designed to both amaze and inspire. I had a terrific catch-up chat recently with Denys. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Denys, can you tell me what Oasis is all about?  Denys Lavigne: Oasis Immersion is an immersive destination that was launched on February 25th, 2021 in Montreal. It's within the Montreal convention center, and it's really part of this new trend of immersion as a destination, similar to places like the Cathédrale in Paris, the Team Lab project in Tokyo have actually quite a few. So it's really based on projection and audio, it's a 25,000 square foot space structured in three galleries. There's a cafe bar, there's a boutique and there are two additional experiential areas. So I'm really proud of this project. And this is right in the heart of Montreal, right? Denys Lavigne: Right in the heart of Montreal, the Montreal convention center is located between the old Montreal area and the cultural district and the business district. So it's within an area called the international district which bridges to many strategic areas within the city. And this is, if I'm remembering correctly, because I've walked through this space with you, it was an old loading dock or something for the convention center?  Denys Lavigne: It was actually before a bus station, and it was transformed into a potential future exhibit area but the project never really came through so it was actually used as just a storage facility, and because of its location within the convention center, it wasn't necessarily easy to use as a rental space, because most of the other areas' rental rooms and conference space are on the upper floors. So it became a no man's land, and when I was made aware that this area was just sitting there, I thought this could be a great place for this project. I had the immersive destination project in mind for a while, and this was the perfect timing and the perfect location to do it.  Yeah, you're right across from some pretty good hotels and not far away from some other ones and obviously it's a convention center, so there's a ton of people flowing through there. It's on a subway line on and on. So it seems kind of perfect.  Denys Lavigne: Absolutely. For us, the location in terms of the site itself was really important, and the other interesting aspect about the location, it helps us to diversify the business model around the project. So we do have, of course a more B2C angle with the immersive exhibits that we present to the audience, but we also have a B2B angle where the space can be privatized for different type of events and used as a another option in terms of the rental for spaces so it works out really well from so many angles. This is one of these “experiences” where you're going to walk in and with projection mapping, you're just going to be totally immersed in whatever the theme is for that particular exhibition?  Denys Lavigne: Yes, so there's a lot of different definitions about what is an immersive experience these days. I think VR industry will very often refer to these types of experiences as immersive experiences, and it is in a certain way. The way I define a real immersive experience is about stepping into this other world that is dynamic and putting the visitor in the middle of the story of the experience itself and the experience evolves and there's a total immersion from an audio and video perspective.  So yes, it's the type of experience where you walk around, it's similar to a museum and that really helped us in terms of finally being able to open because initially the project was scheduled to open early June of 2020 and of course, we all know what happened, and we were able to reopen a bit sooner than some other cultural destinations because of the fact that people walked around the space like a museum. There's no time limit. There is no official start to the show. You do have to buy a ticket to arrive at a certain time so that we can manage the traffic flow and limit waiting time at the entrance, but it's really like a very free experience in terms of the way that you want to experience, the duration, and yes, you walk into every room and there's 360 projections on the floors, and of course spatialized audio in every room, which is a really important thing that is often underestimated in terms of its importance within an immersive experience. This has been quite a journey for you. As you mentioned, you plan to be open in Q2 2020, but then COVID hit but this is actually something that's been in the works for what, two or three years prior to that?  Denys Lavigne: I was actually made aware of the site in the summer of 2018 and then the development process started from there. So yes, there was a process to it, and of course the pandemic added another layer of complexity to putting this project together. The past two years have been quite difficult, but we're turning the corner and fortunately, it's a good time to offer the audience this type of experience. I think there's a lot of interest and these experiences can be so powerful, and I think if we continue to do a good job from a quality of experience perspective, then we have the feeling that the audience is listening, the audience is interested and it's looking good for the future.  We had to go through this process to put the project together and roll through the difficulties of the pandemic. But now, things are stabilizing and we're looking forward to build for the future. When we talked about this well before you launched, you put a big premium on wanting to have very much thematically curated expositions that were built around an idea, as opposed to just having generative data artists put something up on these big canvases and make it flow and ooze and do whatever it was going to do. You want it to talk about particular topics like space, and so on.  Denys Lavigne: Yeah, specific topics, but also specific topics at the right time, and I think that speaks to the kind of the heritage that I have coming into the immersive world through the world of digital signage and having been exposed to the different types of projects where the essence of it is to show the right message, at the right place, at the right time and that mindset carried through this project, and for us, one of the interesting aspects was to look at building a curated programming that was relevant to present at a certain moment in time so the here and now angle for us is quite important, and how it connects through not necessarily the news of the day, but the bigger picture trends of the moment.  So this is how we approach our programming, allowing us to go in different directions. But staying relevant in terms of the timing of it, and also staying aligned with our DNA about using this media to share an optimistic perspective of life and use this media in a way that will inspire people, that will give them something that will stay within them after the exhibit hopefully, and just provide an uplifting perspective. This is really at the heart of this Oasis project, because the immersive media can be such a powerful experience that for us, the notion that it had to be relevant at that moment in time and provide a positive influence to our visitors was really important because both me and my co-founder and a dear friend, we're big fans of rays and multimedia performances, and I think one thing that we noticed over time is that there was very often a lack of connection with the times, this lack of sometimes emotion, that it was visual exploration just to explore, and sometimes it was really interesting, but we thought that a curated approach that was both relevant and inspirational, and that touched people was where we wanted to be and how we wanted to use the media.  Have you developed a sense that the aspiration to strike an emotion with the people who are visiting, that's working? Are you getting feedback that this was more than just visually interesting to them?  Denys Lavigne: Absolutely, and it's been so rewarding to get that feedback from the audience. We often see people in rooms that are very touched, that actually show emotions. We have feedback on our social media. Artists get direct email and visitors share directly with the artists what they went through and the emotions, and now we're absolutely where we want to be, and we want to continue to build on that.  We actually, as part of the process of getting better as a creative group and understanding the media, which is still quite a young media. We launched an initiative called the Direct French Translation, and we worked with a startup company that uses biometric tools to measure the impact of experiences from an emotional and cognitive perspective, and we did a preliminary phase last fall as part of our Unwind exhibits and the preliminary results are actually quite positive. So we have the declarative piece, feedback from the audience, feedback on social media and on surveys and direct messages to the artists are quite positive, but now we also have a data driven piece that starts to show, starts to establish that the people are reacting in a good way and we now have preliminary patterns, biometric patternss to support it.  If I went to Oasis immersion right now, what would be the shows that I'd see?  Denys Lavigne: So we recently launched our Spring/Summer programming, and there were a few elements that we launched. The first one is that we activated the notion of having multiple shows playing at the same time. So we currently have two choices of exhibits that visitors can choose from. Officially, we launched a large interactive floor in our main room, which is to my knowledge, one of the largest permanent interactive floors in North America. We pre-launched it in February, but officially launched it as part of the spring/summer programming. We currently have two exhibits, the Recharger/Unwind, which is a sensory experience in the world of generative arts, but structured as a wellness experience. We're extending that show because it's been a big success for us. The show was originally launched last fall, but since there was still interest we're continuing with that. But our new main show is called Van Gogh distortion, and this is the first time that we are doing an exhibit featuring a painter and it's really about acknowledging the world phenomena that has come out of this union of the medium of immersion, and the world of painters and Van Gigh was a key figure in that movement, and we did it.  We produced a show that is aligned with the spirits of Oasis that goes along in terms of the positive, inspirational angle, but also best practices in terms of how we feel a show like that needs to be produced because we all have seen some of these shows around the world, and some of them, I feel lack depth in terms of the experience itself. The way that we work with the painter, artwork and create a powerful, immersive experience where we actually put the people in the middle of the experience and that we use sound in a good way. For us, the painters shows we would have liked to see more around the world, and again it's an acknowledgement of that global phenomenon that has emerged from this union between immersion and painting.  So in essence there's a big public demand. The feet are going through these places where they have these touring exhibitions for Van Gogh or whoever it is, and you could ignore it, or you could surrender to it to some degree, and build something that you think really does the job well, as opposed to just very large projections of still paintings? Denys Lavigne: Yeah, you're right. We just acknowledged that there was a phenomenon. We acknowledged that there was interest, and I think one of the great aspects about this is that it has helped expose this new type of entertainment to a very large audience, and as the industry evolves, I think the expectations in terms of the quality, in terms of the element of surprise, people have more and more expectations. So we felt it was the right time to push the boundaries with these types of shows, and we felt Van Gogh was the main painter that activated this movement, and in terms of the timing, we also thought it was really interesting because one of Van Gigh's strengths is about showing, sharing the emotion and in the smaller things of life, of our immediate world of nature. He brought emotions to things that we take for granted and we felt there was also an interesting link with what we went through over the past two years, being isolated and the pandemic, and just how we've reconnected to our immediate world nature, other people, the way that we view these elements and the role that they have in our lives, we thought that the timing of this from this angle was also really interesting to show and made it more relevant to focus on Van Gogh for this project. And I guess it's something of a gateway drug as well that you could get people come to your venue to see this who, if you just had the other show on, might be a little too out there for their unfamiliar minds, but if they even get them in to see this they'll go, “Oh, that was really interesting. I'll come back!”  Denys Lavigne: Yep, there was definitely an aspect of, we're still a new destination within Montreal, and I think it's part of the process to ensure that we get known to a larger audience, and there was a bit of that for sure, in our decision. But the main thing was about the here and now angle, the phenomena, and we've already done a good job building an audience that is really grand public, and even for Recharge/Unwind exhibit that features generative art, it's actually quite surprising and quite satisfying to see that we have people from all ages attended it and it's much more balanced than what we expected, and I think this speaks to the interest of people and this new type of entertainment, and we want to continue to build on that for sure.  What are the creative demands involved in this? Can you say for the Recharge/Unwind material, can you say to a generative data artist, “here's the resolution, here's what you're working with, go!” Or do you have to train them?  Denys Lavigne: We do train some people, because again it's still an emerging media. It's not like there are thousands and thousands of destinations similar to ours in the world right now. So the pool of expertise is limited, but it exists, and yes, part of the briefing is similar to more of a traditional digital signage content, or experiential media experience. There are technical specifications and are parts of the brief and there are also creative specifications that are shared with the artists.  So Oasis immersion is not only just an operator of a site because of my background and my interests, we've also put together an internal creative team that works on developing the curating approach and the creative alignment for our projects. Each artist is informed about, what is the intent? What is the big picture of the exhibit? What is the expectation, in terms of his content and the role his content will play within the sequence, the journey that we want to create for our audience? So we are quite specific about that.  And in terms of the artists, we usually select artists that we feel are the best fit for the type of content that we want to achieve. Most of the time these artists are experienced, but we've also worked with emerging artists. You know in our first exhibit we developed an experience with a young YouTuber who had, when I told him that we were going to develop an immersive experience together, you said what's an immersive experience and his expertise was really about just producing video. He was 21 years old, a kid that had really good talent as a director, as a storytelling artist but we felt that he could produce something that would be a bit more powerful, a bit more complex. We supported him and so we see our role also as supporting artists and that's why we have an experience team internally to play that role, and sometimes, the type of relationship we have with different artists varies with their expertise. But we certainly see that part of our role within the industry is to ensure that we have more and more people that understand the realities of creating powerful experiences for this type of media so that the industry can grow in the long term. Do you see business applications for this? We've seen in the digital signage world, all kinds of corporate lobbies, all the way to airports adding immersive elements to it so that there's an entire lobby that's surrounded by LED or other ones that are using projection, if it's dark enough and so on.  Do you see the time when the sort of work and thinking that you're doing for a destination could be applied to something that's a venue like a building lobby? Denys Lavigne: There's probably an extension that could happen. The fact that I'm here doing this project is a cycle of the work that I've done in the past for immersive lobbies and different types of experiential installation, and this has led me to do this project. I think it could work the other way around. As soon as you have digital assets, you can basically do whatever you want. I think then it becomes about, what's the type of experience and for what audience, but for example, we do have B2B applications within Oasis immersion, and I could see a client who has privatized the space and created a custom experience for the people that will attend the event. I could certainly see a client using these assets, repurposing them to create a spin-off and adapted version for another space for sure.  I think we will eventually get to that because the logic of return on investment or return on experience willlikely lead to that but there will definitely be adjustments in terms of the storytelling, the nature of the experience because of the way that people will consume the experience.So when you are totally immersed within a space, from a storytelling perspective, you can go at it from a certain angle. If it's just a lobby experience and there are other things happening and you have different objectives, then there's going to have to be a certain storytelling adaptation.  You've alluded two or three times to your background. For those people who are listening and don't know who you are, could you tell the story of Arsenal Media?  Denys Lavigne: Sure. So I founded Arsenal Media in 1999, I believe, and I created the agency initially as a content marketing agency, and when we started, we were actually doing custom publishing, so doing branded magazines for clients, at that moment, it was a big trend. And then we evolved into creating content for the web, because the initial internet revolution was really driven by programming companies, but there were not a lot of design and content companies, and so we extended our expertise to content marketing on the web, and eventually we were exposed to digital signage and we completely transited our operation and focused on digital signage because we felt that was the ideal platform where we could merge creativity and technology and building a relationship and providing value for the audience.  The reason why I started the company as a content marketing agency is because I always thought. you could build a more meaningful and long-term relationship with the consumer if you actually provided value versus just a commercial advertising. Traditional commercial advertising will deliver a certain type of result and certainly has its role within the bigger picture of marketing strategies, but always felt that the content marketing actually provided something useful, either from an information perspective or quality of experience perspective, there was something that the consumer had in return. So that was the foundation of it and when we were exposed to digital signage, it was similar to the internet in the sense that they were not a lot of creative companies at the beginning, and we saw this as a great opportunity and started to focus on digital signage right until 2014, when the agency was acquired by Christie digital and we joined the Christie company. I was there for four years. I led the experiential project division and we did projects all over the world.  For me, personally and professionally, this was such an inspirational time. I have so many good souvenirs, so many great learnings and great projects, and it allowed me to continue to push further on the experiential side and eventually led me to focusing on immersion, to really focus on the experiential side of it. But it's the sum of these experiences and learnings, and I'm really proud of my digital signage roots to a certain extent because it helped me understand context and sharing the right message at the right time, what that meant, and adding an experiential feel and understanding the impact of architecture within the space and the configuration and how people moved within the space. So all of these were great learnings that allowed me to do this project.  The part that you humbly left out is that you guys werewere sweeping the awards, Arsenal Media won a whole pile of awards for creative through the years. Denys Lavigne: Yeah, we were so fortunate to get the support of the industry, and I think that speaks to the commitment of our team who try to contribute positively to this media, and that's how we approached it, bringing value to the consumer and trying to raise the bar in terms of best practices from a quality of design and relevancy, and I believe in the media and I think it deserved from us as creatives and strategists that we put our best foot forward every time, and we always were in this evolving mode of, how can we do better and how can we push the boundaries, and how can we make this media more efficient for our clients? I think the support that we've got and the accolades from the industry speak to my team's commitment to achieve that and we are quite proud of the results, and again, the accolades that we've received from the industry.  Ten or fifteen years ago you were doing conferences in Montreal and very politely yelling at people, “it's the content, stupid” that in the industry at that time was still and for a long time after it still focused on technology, as opposed to what's actually on the displays. Is it heartening now that you're somewhat detached directly from the direct digital signage industry to see the amount of really kick ass content that you're now finding on screens? Denys Lavigne: Absolutely. There's great content. I think the aspect that I'm most proud to see the industry do now is just being more smart in the way that we plan for these projects, the way that we set up displays, the way that we think about the media from a business perspective, architectural perspective, the integration of this media with the rest of the marketing ecosystem, the rest of the brand ecosystem. So I'm really proud to see where the industry is at, in terms of the level of refinement of the work in general because yes, the quality of the content is really important but through my time in digital signage, I think quickly we realized that it was also about the strategy itself and the right selection of equipment for the right context, and how the media wasn't just this extra terrestrial piece within the marketing or branding ecosystem of the clients. But it actually played a role and was connected and made sense and how it was used.  So the integrated marketing or branding approach that I see now, the quality of the executions from architectural perspective and content perspective is really impressive to see, and I'm proud to see where the industry is at today.  All right. That's a great place to leave it. Congratulations on Oasis Immersion and great to catch up with you.  Denys Lavigne: Thank you, Dave. Always a pleasure.

L'After Foot
Saliba, retour "forcé" à Arsenal ? + L'avis de Kévin Diaz : "Je ne comprends pas l'avalanche de critiques sur le choix de Boubacar Kamara" – 25/04

L'After Foot

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 19:31


L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).

L'After Foot
Le Top de l'After Foot : Saliba, retour "forcé" à Arsenal ? + L'avis de Kévin Diaz : "Je ne comprends pas l'avalanche de critiques sur le choix de Boubacar Kamara" – 24/05

L'After Foot

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 11:17


Chaque jour, écoutez le Best-of de l'Afterfoot, sur RMC la radio du Sport ! L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).

Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast
Episode 584 - ArsenalVision and Arsecast Season Review LIVE From Union Chapel

Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 100:57


This is the audio recording of Saturday night's live show at Union Chapel in London. Elliot, Clive, Tim, Paul, Andrew (@arseblog) and James (@gunnerblog) got together along with a wonderful crowd of Arsenal supporters to review the season, answer questions, make fun of each other, and give away some prizes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Transition: Being a Premier League fan

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 20:17


Dan Bernstein was joined by Laurence Holmes for transition, where they discussed relegation and different championships being a hallmark of the soccer world and how that helps make it more enjoyable for fans. Holmes also explained how he decided to become an Arsenal fan.

Offside Rule: WSL Edition
Thunderous strikes, Saints and Gloaty McGloatface

Offside Rule: WSL Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 46:20


Champions League winner, England and Arsenal centurion Rachel Yankey joins Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay for the final episode of the season. We chat about everything from how Lyon demolished Barca in the Champions League final, drugs testing, to getting on the Euros hype.  Plus we chat to Southampton's Marieanne Spacey-Cale, after they secured Championship promotion, and colour and player reactions from Turin courtesy of The Athletic's Charlotte Harpur. RUNNING ORDER  PART 1 - Champions League Final (2.30) PART 2 - National League play-off final ft. Southampton's Marieanne Spacey-Cale (21.00) PART 3 - Other news… signings and doping (32.30) PART 4 - Looking ahead to Euros (39.00)

Ringer FC
Lyon's Champions League, Plus Flowers for Brighton and Brentford | Wrighty's House

Ringer FC

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 54:53


Ian is joined by Carl Anka and Mayowa Quadri to chat about Lyon's win over Barcelona in the Women's Champions League final (4:18). Next up, it's on to the Premier League (19:11), including Leeds and Burnley's final-day fight to avoid relegation (25:42), plus some Arsenal chat (32:27), and love for Brighton (36:39) and Brentford (48:22). Host: Ian Wright Guests: Carl Anka and Mayowa Quadri Producers: Ryan Hunn and Roscoe Bowman Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Deluded Podcast
Arsenal target Adam Hlozek _ £25M Tielemans Bid _ Gabriel Jesus latest _ Transfer news

Deluded Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 101:41


Arsenal target Adam Hlozek _ £25M Tielemans Bid _ Gabriel Jesus latest _ Transfer news

Deluded Podcast
Mikel Arteta Targets Quality over Quantity Transfers - Says Arsenal have done more than expected

Deluded Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 116:49


Mikel Arteta Targets Quality over Quantity Transfers - Says Arsenal have done more than expected

Deluded Podcast
Arsenal vs Tottenham for Gabriel Jesus - City Premier League Champions 2022 - Transfer news - Footy

Deluded Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 76:03


Arsenal vs Tottenham for Gabriel Jesus - City Premier League Champions 2022 - Transfer news - Footy

Deluded Podcast
Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal update in coming days - Josh Kroenke speaks - €15M for Aouar

Deluded Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 104:51


Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal update in coming days - Josh Kroenke speaks - €15M for Aouar

Single Malt Matters
What's the best tool in your sensory arsenal? Glencairn's Marty Duffy

Single Malt Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 46:25


In a bit of a branch off the traditional approach of talking with distillers and whiskey makers, Matt takes a left turn and talks with Marty Duffy, U.S. Representative for Glencairn Crystal about one of the most ubiquitous symbols of fine whiskies the world over; the Glencairn glass. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/single-malt-matters/message

The Arsenal Way: Arsenal FC podcast
End Of Season Review & Arsenal Transfer Business Without Champions League Spot | #TheArsenalAgenda

The Arsenal Way: Arsenal FC podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 17:40


Tom Canton is joined by Bailey Keogh to debate the big Arsenal talking points, including a review of Arsenal's 2021-22 Premier League campaign which ended with Europa League qualification for next season. Plus, after missing out on Champions League football to fierce rivals Tottenham, the boys discuss whether Arsenal's transfer business for the likes of Youri Tielemans and Gabriel Jesus will be affected. Enjoy.

Wheeler Dealer Radio - A Ridiculous Tottenham Hotspur Podcast

Tottenham did it. We finished top four and left Arsenal in our dust. Time to have a party. 

The Intercontinental Football Show with Arlo White and Tyler Terens

The guys dissect what could go down as one of the most memorable Premier League matchdays. It was time for Burnley to be redelegated (17:27). Brendan Aaronson is set to join Jesse Marsch's Leeds United after they survive relegation (24:04). Did Arsenal give Mikel Arteta an extension too early (32:34)? Arlo is set for a speedo and a beach before coming to Chicago.  Follow Arlo & Tyler!Twitter:https://twitter.com/arlowhite https://twitter.com/TNTerens

Premier League on NBC
2021-22 Premier League Match Week 38

Premier League on NBC

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 52:21


Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe, Tim Howard, Arlo White, Graeme Le Seux and Lee Dixon break down match week 38 of the 2021-22 Premier League Season. Manchester City are Premier League champions (0:30), Liverpool finishes 2nd (14:30), Tottenham beats out Arsenal for fourth (28:16), Leeds stays up while Burnley is relegated (32:47), Wrapping up the 2021-22 season (44:05)

Handbrake Off - A show about Arsenal
The season in 12 words

Handbrake Off - A show about Arsenal

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 62:00


Join Ian Stone, Adrian Clarke, Amy Lawrence, and Art de Roche for one last time this season to look back on the season that was for Arsenal men, women, and the academy. This week: a dive into the positives, the manager, the injuries, and ultimate the January decisions that cost the club. All that plus Art brings his reflections from a busy season for the women and academy teams of Arsenal, and some end of season awards at the end too. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Season in three words : 01:00 PART 1b - Arsenal 5-1 Everton: 2.30  PART 2 - Men's Team Season review : 07.00 PART 3a - Academy season review with Art De Roche : 28 .00 PART 3b - Women's Team season review with Art too! : 34.00 PART 4 - Awards: 44.00 

The Game Football Podcast
Genius or Idiot?

The Game Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 70:43


Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Alyson Rudd, Tom Roddy, Paul Hirst and Tony Cascarino.Manchester City are champions, but didn't make it easy for themselves on the final day. Should Pep Guardiola be applauded for his game-changing substitutions or criticised for his starting line up? (00:00)With the title race going right down to the wire - are we watching two of the greatest teams the Premier League has ever seen/ (20:38)Both Chelsea and Manchester United are already looking ahead to the summer and beyond with different outlooks on the horizon. Will they be challengers next season? (27:04)Leeds managed to pull a win out of nowhere while Burnley fell apart. Is Jesse Marsch the right person to take Leeds forward and are Burnley doomed? (33:09)Spurs took the final Champions League spot despite Arsenal being favourites as recently as March. What does this mean for the future of Antonio Conte and Harry Kane? (53:26)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The View From The Lane - A show about Tottenham
How Spurs secured Champions League football

The View From The Lane - A show about Tottenham

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 64:10


The Athletic's Charlie Eccleshare and Jack Pitt-Brooke join a jubilant Danny Kelly to reflect on a season that saw Spurs finish in the Champions League places. They take a look back at how Antonio Conte's appointment led to a 4th placed finish, the ups and downs along the way, and the ruthless run-in that saw them chase down Arsenal. Plus, who would be the ideal opponents in the Champions League group stage next season?

The Beat of Sports
Arsenal Comes To Central Florida

The Beat of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 20:18


The great Ray Parlour joins the show to talk about the upcoming arrival of Arsenal in the Florida Series this summer, the wild final Sunday of the Premier League and more.

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Fabrizio Romano Answers Your Transfer Questions: Mbappe's Decision, Ten Hag's Vision, Leeds United, More! (Soccer 5/23)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 30:05


Kylian Mbappe staying at Paris Saint-Germain has thrown a spanner in the works of Florentino Perez's transfer plans. Fabrizio Romano joins Luis Miguel Echegaray to discuss the implications for both clubs and more! 01:40 -- Mbappe & PSG's plans 07:08 -- Now what for Real Madrid? 10:24 -- Ten Hag's vision for Man Utd 13:45 -- Leeds, Rafinha, Aaronson 16:45 -- Barcelona, Dembele, Lewandoswki 18:29 -- Arsenal, Jesus, Tielemans 20:30 -- Morata & Saul return to Atleti 22:08 -- Chiellini nears MLS 23:05 -- Tottenham's UCL 'war chest' 24:30 -- Aston Villa bag Kamara 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, @MikeLahoud, @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/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

That's a wrap on the Premier League season. Jimbo, Daniel Storey, Tom Williams and Adrian Clarke look back on a great final day and a great campaign. The title race is on a knife edge for a couple of hours but Man City eventually come from 2-0 down against Villa to retain the title. The Athletic's Sam Lee recounts a fuzzy afternoon at the Etihad where City show their character and personality. Leeds survive but how will they fare next season? Is Jesse Marsch too manic? Will they struggle along with Southampton? Burnley exit the Premier League so we look back on some of our favourite Clarets memories from the last 5 seasons. Spurs finish 4th with Kane, Kulusevski and Son on fire and with Cristian Romero arguably one of the players of the season. Kylian Mbappe is staying at PSG as Tom brings us the latest from a seismic weekend in Paris. Plus the pitch invasion problem, the first half invincibles, our highlights of the season and ranking Dean, Moss and Atkinson   RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: What a final day (02m 00s) • PART 1b: Sam Lee on City's triumph (09m 00s)  • PART 1c: Liverpool 3-1 Wolves & the pitch invasion problem (17m 30s) • PART 2: Leeds stay up, Burnley go down (29m 00s) • PART 3a: Kylian Mbappe stays at PSG (40m 00s) • PART 3b: Spurs pip Arsenal to 4th (49m 00s) • PART 3c: The rest of the Premier League weekend (54m 00s) • PART 4: Highlights of the season (63m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally   GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow   READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Royal Blue: The Everton FC Podcast
Royal Blue: Everton Season Review | Final Day, Fight For Survial & Summer Plans

Royal Blue: The Everton FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 61:05


Join Connor O'Neill, Adam Jones, Joe Thomas and Gav Buckland for the latest episode of the Royal Blue podcast as we look back on Everton's 5-1 defeat at the hands of Arsenal on Sunday afternoon. The panel discussed the game at the Emirates, Frank Lampard's team selection, formations and set-pieces as the Blues brought the curtain down on their Premier League season with a disappointing defeat. The quartet also reflect on Cenk Tosun's confirmed departure from the club, look ahead to the upcoming transfer window and what Farhad Moshiri must do following the conclusion of a disappointing season. Enjoy.

The Essential Football Podcast
Final day special: Man City's dramatic title win | Tottenham's top-four place | Leeds' survival as Burnley drop

The Essential Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 43:43


On the Essential Football podcast we look back on an incredible climax to the Premier League season. We hear reports from every game up and down the country before Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports football journalists Sam Blitz and Joe Shread to dissect the big talking points. In Part One, after hearing the final-whistle verdict from around the grounds, we discuss Manchester City's dramatic title win and Liverpool's near miss and how those two teams have pushed each other to such high levels. And in Part Two, Tottenham's turnaround under Antonio Conte is in the spotlight, while we ask what Arsenal need to do to maintain their upward curve. We also reflect on a bad day for Burnley, following their relegation to the Championship, as Leeds salvage their top-flight status. Plus, we share our moments of the season.

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Final day special: Man City's dramatic title win | Tottenham's top-four place | Leeds' survival as Burnley drop

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 43:43


On the Essential Football podcast we look back on an incredible climax to the Premier League season. We hear reports from every game up and down the country before Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports football journalists Sam Blitz and Joe Shread to dissect the big talking points. In Part One, after hearing the final-whistle verdict from around the grounds, we discuss Manchester City's dramatic title win and Liverpool's near miss and how those two teams have pushed each other to such high levels. And in Part Two, Tottenham's turnaround under Antonio Conte is in the spotlight, while we ask what Arsenal need to do to maintain their upward curve. We also reflect on a bad day for Burnley, following their relegation to the Championship, as Leeds salvage their top-flight status. Plus, we share our moments of the season.

Footballistically Arsenal
Is 5th a Trophy?

Footballistically Arsenal

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 73:07


Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Tim Payton to reflect on a season which for so long promised to return Arsenal to the height of European competition but will see the Gunners return only to the Europa League after a 5th placed finish. Was it progress even without the distraction of any European football? Should the squad have been improved in January? Was Auba's sale the reason we fell short? Is Arteta definitely the right man to get to the next level? Can we bring ourselves to watch it all back on Amazon Prime's documentary? Thank you for listening this season, we appreciate all your support and we'll be back again next year. arsenalpodcast.net @arsenalpodcast Produced by Josh Landy A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2020 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright

The Tom Ferry Podcast Experience
Props and Pillars of a Luxury Marketing Arsenal | This Week in Marketing

The Tom Ferry Podcast Experience

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 40:13


It's easy to become desensitized to marketing tactics when we're bombarded with them constantly. But do you ever receive a piece in the mail that's so beautiful it makes you go, “Wow… I didn't know how much I actually needed this in my life.” Oriana Shea has a bag full of printed pieces that look like art books you'd buy from a museum and a YouTube channel filled with… recipes? Yeah, she has her own cooking show that directly drives a ton of traffic to her real estate business. To compete at a top level, you need to tackle marketing from every angle with the most professional, impressive, unexpected pieces that anyone has to offer, and this week Oriana is going to show you the way. You'll want to watch the video to get some visual ideas, and you can do that, right here.

The Football Ramble
A BIG BLUE TURNAROUND!

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 54:51


It's blue ribbons and cowboy hats on today's Ramble, as Man City claim another consecutive league title and Leeds stayed up by the skin of Wout Weghorst's foot. Marcus, Luke and Jim are here to recap it all!Liverpool put up an excellent fight and were left a point short, while Arsenal put on an end-of-year picnic for a job (somewhat) well done. Oh, and Man United lost - paging Erik ten Hag…The Ramble will continue as normal for the next few weeks, as we get stuck into the Champions League final, playoffs and Nations League. See you tomorrow!Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***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!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 Cents FC
Episode: 79 | Calen Carr

2 Cents FC

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 95:28


This week the guys are joined by former MLS Pro, Cal Bears Hall Of Famer, and media personality Calen Carr. They chat about Calen's early years, breaking records at Cal, going on trial at Arsenal, MLS Cup pains + more. In Trending Topics, Amobi and Calen give their opinions on SD Wave's kit prices and Naomi Osaka's new Agency. Tap In!Grab your 2Cents FC Merch: https://2centssports.shop/Sign up for 2Cents Weekly: https://2cs.tv/subscribeShow Credits:Host: Amobi Okugo | @amobisaysProducer & Co-Host: EL Johnson | @elchereikGuest: Calen Carr | @calencarrFollow on Instagram and Twitter: @2centsfcshowVisit the 2centsfc.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/2-cents-fc. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Chalked Cast
Chalked Cast #5 - Post LA Major, First LAN in Over 2 Years, Joyo & Rise's First LAN Experience

Chalked Cast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 125:53


Rizzo chills w/ Rise, Arsenal, Tbates, CJCJ, Joyo, & Chicago

Caught In Two Minds
#153 - Caught In Two Minds | Arsenal 5 -1 Everton

Caught In Two Minds

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 53:00


That's it folks! It was a roller coaster ride of a season, but what a finish! A 5-1 stomping to a recently safe Everton team. We mostly reflect on the season and give some praise where we felt worthy. Then we have some wishes going forward. Answering the question; Are you proud of this season? It's been interesting and fun. I think the documentary on this season will be a great watch. Cheers to all the supporters! Maybe a random podcast during the summer, but these 2 grateful guys are ready for a break. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/caughtintwominds/message

The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast
Premier League Final Day - Reaction

The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 56:34


Adam Leventhal hosts a special live show, recorded shortly after the final whistle on Sunday, and is joined by various club writers to reflect on the big stories from the final day of the Premier League season... James Pearce, Caoimhe O'Neill and Sam Lee discuss the conclusion of a dramatic title race. Amy Lawrence reflects on Arsenal's 'progress', while Andy Jones explains Burnley's financial fears following their relegation. Plus, Carl Anka on why the 'PL Young Player of the Year' award isn't fit for purpose and data analytics writer Mark Carey on some of the statistical over and under achievers.

Manchester Football Social
Man City HOLD on to the Premier League title, Spurs clinch Top Four and Leeds survive as Burnley are relegated

Manchester Football Social

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 56:56


Feargal Brennan, Ant McGinley and Alex Boardman on duty for the final weekend of the 2021/22 Premier League season. Manchester City scored three goals in five minutes to overpower Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium to retain the Premier League title as Liverpool beat Wolves at Anfield. Spurs thrash Norwich to confirm Top Four spot as Arsenal hammered Everton to end the campaign in fifth place with Leeds United clinching Premier League survival as Burnley drop through the trap door. Manchester United edge out West Ham in the race for Europa League qualification alongside rivals Arsenal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

606
City claim their fifth crown on stunning final day

606

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 96:33


Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton took your calls on Sunday's football action. Manchester City secured their fourth title in five years thanks to a five-minute three goal flurry in a 3-2 win over Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa at the Etihad. Spurs claimed the final Champions League place after a thumping 5-0 win over relegated Norwich City, with North London rivals Arsenal having to settle with the Europa League despite beating Everton. Plus, Leeds United secured a second season of Premier League football at the expense of Burnley thanks to goals from Raphinha and Jack Harrison against nine-man Brentford.

The 2 Robbies
Manchester City Are Champions Yet Again

The 2 Robbies

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 16:37


Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle recap the key storylines of the final day of the 2021-22 Premier League season discussing the following:(0:30) Manchester City win their 4th Premier League title in 5 years after a dramatic comeback against Aston Villa sealed the title despite Liverpool finding a way to come from behind to defeat to defeat Wolves.(8:30) Tottenham securing 4th place over Arsenal after Spurs hammered Norwich(11:20) And Leeds leapfrogging Burnley in the table secure Premier League status for next while the Clarets officially were relegated to the Championship

American Toffee Podcast
SEASON'S OVER: 21/22 Reflections and a Look Ahead to the Summer (Space Recording)

American Toffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 89:00


Everton stumbled over the finish line as the Blues were comprehensively thrashed 5-1 away against Arsenal. Rather than dwell on the loss too much, the ATP elected to record a Twitter Space in lieu of the normal post-match episode. James and Alex welcome a series of speakers on to reflect on the season as a whole, and look at the following questions (and more!) What's an acceptable finish for Everton next year? What positions do EFC need to improve on? What will we do about Dele Alli, Mina, and others? How will Thelwell and Lampard work together? Thanks for supporting the show and this great club through a difficult year. We appreciate all of you tuning in week after week. Thankfully we can now relax, reset, and look forward to brighter times ahead! Stay subscribed as we put together our annual EFC Squad Assessment Episode coming soon, and will keep you up to date on any news including Everton's overseas trip to Baltimore and Minneapolis! LINKS: https://linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Intro: Steve Barkwill Production: James Boyman Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ESPN FC
Caught Offside: ***EPL Final Day Reaction Pod***

ESPN FC

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 107:29


Did you really think that on a day like this you wouldn't be getting a bonus pod??? The boys give their immediate reaction to City's dramatic title victory, Tottenham's 4th place triumph and Leeds' sigh of relief. Plus, all of the drama surrounding Everton's escape, looking ahead to what awaits United and parsing out just what to make of this season's Arsenal. All that and more on a special EPL Final Day edition of Caught Offside! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Caught Offside
Caught Offside: ***EPL Final Day Reaction Pod***

Caught Offside

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 107:29


Did you really think that on a day like this you wouldn't be getting a bonus pod??? The boys give their immediate reaction to City's dramatic title victory, Tottenham's 4th place triumph and Leeds' sigh of relief. Plus, all of the drama surrounding Everton's escape, looking ahead to what awaits United and parsing out just what to make of this season's Arsenal. All that and more on a special EPL Final Day edition of Caught Offside! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Football Daily
Comeback kings City crowned Premier League champions

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 66:28


Comeback kings City crowned Premier League champions Relive the drama of the final day of the Premier League, with Mark Chapman bringing you reaction as Manchester City were crowned champions for the fourth time in five years. City came from 2-0 down to beat Aston Villa 3-2 and finish a point above Liverpool, who did all they could with a 3-1 win at home to Wolves. We'll hear from both Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp. We'll also have reaction to Tottenham's 5-0 win at Norwich, which secured them Champions League football ahead of their North London rivals Arsenal. And Burnley have been relegated to the Championship after a 2-1 defeat at Newcastle, with Leeds' 2-1 win at Brentford ensuring a third successive season in the top flight. We'll hear reaction from both camps.

Football Outside the Box Podcast
Ep.25 - Championship Sunday Preview & Does Xhaka have a point?

Football Outside the Box Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 31:06


Join us as the hosts preview the final round of the 2021-2022 Premier League season. Who will take home the title? And on the other side of the table who will stay up? The hosts also have a heated debate on Xhaka's comments following Arsenal's loss at Newcastle that the players weren't ballsy enough. Let us know your thoughts on our Facebook page! Don't forget to like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fotbpod

Mornings with the Holy Spirit by Awakening Podcast Network
Your Arsenal of Lethal Weapons (Ep. 310)

Mornings with the Holy Spirit by Awakening Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 39:34


Listen in to Jennifer's daily prophetic prayer broadcast where people are encouraged, inspired, healed and delivered. Prophetic words, spiritual warfare, visions and words of knowledge flow freely. Find Jennifer at jenniferleclaire.org or on Instagram at @thejenniferleclarie, YouTube @jenniferleclaireministries, TikTok @jenniferleclaire and Facebook @jenniferleclaire.

Wondergoal
Premier League & European Betting Preview | Friday, May 20th

Wondergoal

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 61:44


It's Premier League finale week for Wondergoal! Action Network European soccer experts Michael Leboff, Anthony Dabbundo and BJ Connungham are back to cover the last week in the Premier League [01:45]. Plus matches in Serie A [50:25], LaLiga [52:52] and Ligue 1 [54:33].  In this epsidoe the guys break down what's in store for the last week of the Premier League season, including the relegation battle. They give their favorite sides and totals along the way and finish things off with their favorite underdogs [56:41] and best bets [58:43].  Matches include Man City vs. Aston Villa [01:45], Liverpool vs. Wolves [07:10], Arsenal vs. Everton [12:30], Norwich vs. Tottenham [23:12], Burnley vs. Newcastle [27:40], Brentford vs. Leeds [32:05], Crystal Palace vs. Man United [37:40], Brighton vs. West Ham [43:35], Chelsea vs. Watford [47:00], Leicester vs. Southampton [49:10], Lazio vs. Verona [50:35], Salernitana vs. Udinese [51:38], Elche vs. Getafe [52:52], Osasuna vs. Mallorca [53:57], Nantes vs. St. Etienne [54:33] and Lille vs. Rennes [55:43]. Wondergoal will be back to break down the Championsh League Final so be sure to subscribe, rate and review for more soccer betting content. 

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Decision Day: 90 minutes to decide the Premier League & Serie A title races, relegation battles, more! - Weekend Preview (Soccer 5/19)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 54:19


Manchester City and AC Milan are in control of their league title destinies, but Liverpool and Inter are breathing heavily down their necks heading into the final day of action. Luis Miguel Echegaray, Michael Lahoud and James Benge look ahead to the climatic weekend of the Premier League, Serie A, Ligue 1 and La Liga seasons. 02:10 -- Man City & the Villa bandwagon 09:48 -- Liverpool's UCL dilemma 12:11 -- Can Arsenal save Saint Totteringham's Day? 21:50 -- EPL Top 4 & Relegation Predictions 28:44 -- One last push for AC Milan 35:45 -- Salernitana's salvation not assured 37:40 -- La Liga's 3-way relegation fight 39:50 -- Ligue 1's last UCL spot 42:00 -- Giants meet in the Women's UCL final 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, @MikeLahoud, @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/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The 2 Robbies
Everton Are Staying Up | Arsenal Lose Control | Man City & Liverpool Fight Til The Final Day

The 2 Robbies

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 32:02


Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle discuss the following:(1:15) Everton's thrilling comeback against Crystal Palace to win 3-2 at Goodison Park and secure their Premier League status for next season(11:05) Burnley draw 1-1 with Aston Villa and how things look for the Clarets and Leeds United heading into the final day (13:45) Arsenal's crushing defeat at Newcastle to give control to Tottenham for the Top-4 race(19:00) The state of Chelsea after their 1-1 draw with Leicester City and securing a place in next year's Champions League(21:25) Liverpool come from behind to win 2-1 at Southampton and give themselves a chance on Championship Sunday but only if Manchester City slip up against Aston Villa

Sunday Vibes: Extra Time
162: Arsenal & Jake Daniels Reaction, Plus Next Season Predictions

Sunday Vibes: Extra Time

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 56:00


The Extra Time Podcast is back! After a short hiatus, Patrick and Henry return to bring you all the biggest talking points in the world of football.. On this episode they discuss why Jake Daniels coming out could be a turning point for combating homophobia, then see what Wolves are doing to combat climate change. And we get Patrick's take on why Arsenal fell short this season..  After that, it is prediction time! Can Roma and Borussia Dortmund win their respective leagues next season? Will Aleksandar Mitrovic hit 15 for Fulham in the Premier League? And can Newcastle qualify for Europe?  And finally, is Erling Haaland a nailed-on success at Manchester City? The Norwegian might be a goalscoring machine, but his body has a habit of letting him down.. We run through the potential dangers that await Haaland's arrival at The Etihad.. Enjoy!

Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast
Matt Turner's Arsenal Move: Why the USMNT Star is Ready for the Premier League (Interview)

Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 25:36


Matt Turner joins the State of the Union podcast to discuss his move to Arsenal, the New England Revolution's MLS season, and his journey to the Premier League. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sam's Army
Ep 2.152: Messi to MLS, Arsenal's implosion & Troyes/USMNT's Erik Palmer-Brown

Sam's Army

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 120:24


HEADLINES: if/when Messi to Inter Miami is happening, MLS salary dump day, USMNT dual nationals "exploring options" and Jake Daniels coming out. WWI [25:30]: Sam's galaxy brain conspiracy theory about Roman Abramovich "selling" Chelsea... PREMIER LEAGUE [30:45]: TJ and Larry's bet on the FA Cup final plus Arsenal's dual implosions in NLD and vs Newcastle, and what to watch this weekend in the title race, top 4 battle and relegation fight. REST OF WORLD [59:10]: Championship and League One scenario planning, wild final weekend in Germany and abbreviated hit-it-n-quit-it MLS minute. STOPPAGE TIME [1:03:00]: Best Bets & GOAWs INTERVIEW [1:12:30]: Erik Palmer-Brown discusses a rollercoaster season starting with a failed transfer to Venezia and ending with Troyes escaping Ligue 1 relegation, playing vs PSG's Messi/Mbappe/Neymar this month, how he got back on Berhalter's radar and what playing Mexico in the Azteca for all the marbles felt like, what USMNT's best CB duo is right now in light of Miles Robinson's injury and, finally, if he is #TeamHank.