El fútbol a veces encumbra a futbolistas más allá de lo soñado nunca. Este bien podría ser el caso de Thierry Henry. Formado en el Mónaco, la influencia de un técnico como Arsene Wenger fue clave para que su juego adquiriese una nueva dimensión en un fútbol tan complicado y competitivo como el inglés. Ganó la Premier League y lideró a Los Invencibles en una temporada magnífica. Hoy hablamos en el podcast de Thierry Henry, la leyenda del Arsenal.
We had the illustrious James Benge on the podcast. We talked about Arsenal, how he became a fan, Arsene Wenger, women's football, Love Island a bunch of great stuff. In addition, we answered your questions!James is a great journalist but most of all, a great man.We hope you enjoyed this as much as we enjoyed creating this.
In this episode I'm joined by Rob Kelly, former Digital Content Manager for the official Arsenal website. We chat about the job he did for well over a decade, from starting with the youth teams to interviewing Arsene Wenger every week. We also discuss the changing face of digital content, social media, trying to give fans behind the scenes access without giving too much away, tight deadlines, announcing transfers and making announcement videos, and lots more.Follow Rob @robkelly2Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rich and Phil (TWTD) chat to former Ipswich Town striker and coach Chris Kiwomya! In part two, Chris discusses his time at Arsenal, particularly the culture shock following Arsene Wenger's arrival! He talks through loan spells abroad, his time with QPR, before going into coaching back at Town under Magilton and Keane! We also hear about his time as head coach at Notts County, including loaning the young duo of Jack Grealish and Callum McGregor, and then his current role with the British Virgin Islands national team.Part One: https://play.acast.com/s/6822ce24-acb4-4eeb-831a-87504cf7d878/62c186728ead310012e370c6Thanks for watching! Blue Monday is a fans-produced Ipswich Town podcast and video channel - discussing the Town (up or down!) since 2015! Please
Arsene Wenger was the manager at Arsenal for more than 1200 games and won three titles, and multiple FA Cups. During that time he managed some of the great players in world football. But who would be the best Arsenal team across that period? Pete, Maz and Neil sit down to put together an 'ultimate' level based on Arsene's spell in North London.... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In Episode 87, Christian Devries, Paradise Valley CC Men's and Women's Soccer Head Coach, Member of University of Minnesota-Morris Hall of Fame, Founder of Athlete of Significance and Complete Player Pathway, and Co-Founder of Coaching the Bigger Game, talks with Phil about his passion for coaching and how he is using his 25 years of coaching experience to help the next generation of players and coaches flourish. Specifically, Christian discusses: His incredible story, how he developed his passion for soccer, leadership, and coaching, and how he is using soccer to teach life lessons to his players and many others (1:39) What he wishes he knew and did at the beginning of his coaching career 25 years ago (12:33) Changes he would make to our youth soccer programs to help our kids develop and flourish (21:31) The college recruiting process from a coach's perspective (29:03) His thoughts on Arsene Wenger's quote, “It's better for an 8-12 year old child to have no coach than to have a bad coach,” and his thoughts on what makes a great coach (34:39) His Athlete of Significance, Complete Player Pathway, and Coaching the Bigger Game programs, and how you can get involved with them (41:52) How he is using lessons learned from soccer in his marriage and parenting (1:03:02) His recommendations (1:06:45) Resources and Links from this Episode Athlete of Significance & Complete Player Pathway programs Coaching the Bigger Game Program Uncut Video of the Episode HSEL Facebook Group Warrior Way Soccer McFarland (film) Miracle (film) Remember the Titans (film) Coach Carter (film) Kicking and Screaming (film)
Nuevo episodio de GMF de jueves con la despedida de Alves del Barça, la prioridad de Koundé es el Barcelona, la presentación de Pablo Torre, el dardo de Tchoameni a Mbappé, Wijnaldum elegido peor jugador de la Ligue 1, Arsene Wenger acusado de racista y discriminatorio, LaLiga denuncia al PSG y al City y los cinco nominados del Barça al Golden Boy 2022.
Welcome to the Football Bloody Hell podcast, a retro football podcast full of nostalgia, memories and recollections of when football was just a little bit better. In this podcast, we go back to the time another French manager saw Arsene Wenger's reign at Arsenal and raised him double. We hope you enjoy this podcast and please do share it with all your retro football-loving friends. If you like it, please do leave a review so we can climb the league table. It helps more people like you find us. Don't forget to check out our shop where you can buy amazing, iconic framed artwork and high-quality t-shirts. Right now we have free shipping on ALL artwork orders. Simply head to footballbh.shop. Also, don't forget to check out all the written content on the site over at footballbh.net. Today's podcast was written by Liam Kirwan and narrated by Roger T'Obor. We will be back soon with another short podcast for you to enjoy.
In the second episode of our series looking back over the Premier League seasons so far, we turn to Arsene Wenger's arrival in England which kickstarted a revolution, turning Arsenal into the main rivals to Manchester United's dominance with the two sides sharing the title each season between 1997 and 2004. A cosmopolitan flair also began […]
In this episode James and I discuss the latest transfer rumours involving Arsenal, including Bernd Leno to Fulham; reported interest in Jarrod Bowen and Raphinha, but how likely are we to spend that for a position we have well covered?; as well as potential departures like Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Lucas Torreira, and Pablo Mari. There's also a big explainer about the way transfers happen, from contacts between clubs, agents and players, and some of the snags that can happen; some info on our pursuit of a left-side centre-half; our lack of business so far; Arsene Wenger on Instagram, and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the Football Bloody Hell podcast, a retro football podcast full of nostalgia, memories and recollections of when football was just a little bit better. In this podcast, we remember the greatest French manager in English football history, Arsene Wenger. In the third part of this series, we look at how the departure of Ashley Cole changed Wenger forever. We hope you enjoy this podcast and please do share it with all your retro football-loving friends. If you like it, please do leave a review so we can climb the league table. It helps more people like you find us. And don't forget to check out our shop where you can buy amazing, iconic framed artwork and high-quality t-shirts. Right now we have free shipping on ALL artwork orders. Simply head to footballbh.shop. Also, don't forget to check out all the written content on the site over at footballbh.net. Today's podcast was written by Fernando Romero and narrated by Roger T'Obor. We will be back soon with another short podcast for you to enjoy.
Ex-Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre dialled into the UTD Podcast from his home in Dubai for this week's episode.The former France International looked back on a glittering career at Old Trafford, and picked out some of his highlights from working with both Sir Alex Ferguson, and later Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. If you'd like to write to the only official Manchester United Podcast then e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org And if you'd like to listen through our back-catalogue, the best place to do that is over on the Manchester United App, where you can listen to and watch all of our episodes in full for free! We'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Arsene Wenger had broken the spell of Manchester United by winning the double in 1998. Could Arsenal go one better and retain the trophy? We had new faces in the dugouts: David O'Leary with Leeds, Gerard Houllier with Liverpool and Ruud Gullit with Newcastle. We had both new and returning faces on the pitch: Charlton Athletic, Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest were promoted. This is the 1998-99 season of the Premier League. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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
With Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola in the midst of one of the greatest tactical battles in Premier League history, there's a lot of talk about whether or not the spice is right between the two. Considering whether there could be more pepper on the steak - Lippy, Poet, Skits, Miles, PK Humble and Tego debate the greatest managerial feuds in the history of the division.
The GegenPod welcomes former Matilda Amy Duggan in and also puts Socceroos legend Mark Schwarzer head to head with host Claudio Fabiano to hit all of football's big topics!Manchester City and Liverpool play the game of the season! But is the rivalry a bit too 'nicey nicey' for Schwarzy's liking? The love-in between Guardiola and Klopp. Mark tells us how Jose Mourinho went the other way to cultivate his rivalry with Arsene Wenger! Robert Lewandowski's skipping town! How will he go as a Barcelona player? A huge win for Everton leaves Manchester United scrapping with Spurs for fourth Amy Duggan talks all things Matildas Napoli bottle it in ItalyA look ahead to the Champions League ties mid-week And plenty more. Listen to more from the GegenPod team: https://play.acast.com/s/the-gegenpod/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Vito Mannone fortæller om livet som rejsende i fodbold. Målmanden med kampe for Italienske unglandshold, engelske og amerikanske klubhold, Monacos klub-landshold - og Esbjerg - fortæller om mentaliteten, der afgør fodboldkampe og -karrierer. Vi taler om omstillingsevnen, medens vi drikker kaffe i den monegaskiske sol og mindes regn og blæst i Esbjerg. Og vi taler meget om udviklingen i EfB...Produceret i samarbejde med BMW Danmark, Randstad og Denim Project.Lyd: Tobias Bech Zachariassen
Hvad skal der til for at forløse et talent? Denne podcastserie har gentagne gange rettet fokus mod de afgørende elementer, der skal til, for at det unge talents drømme kan gå i opfyldelse: struktureret transition, vilje, tillid - og lidt held på afgørende tidspunkter.På lytterønske har jeg talt med Jonas Hebo om dette. Hvidovredrengen fortæller om de tidlige år med kun få træneres fidus til den klejne søn af HIF-legenden Kim Rasmussen. "Pinocchio"s søn fortæller om sin om- eller genvej (alt efter perspektiv) til Glen Ridderholms U17 landshold, om tiden i storklubben Arsenal, og om de 10 efterfølgende års forsøg på at finde sin rigtige hylde, og siden nytår er han ikke længere på kontrakt i en fodboldklub.Spørgsmålet er netop: forstår han sig selv som et uforløst talent?Denne episode vil være interessant for mange unge spillere og deres forældre.Produceret i samarbejde med BMW Danmark, Naturli, Randstad og Mediano Medier.Lyd: Tobias Bech Zachariassen
Liverpool were temporarily top of the Premier League after they defeated Watford 2-0 at Anfield in Saturday's early kick-off thanks to goals from Diogo Jota and Fabinho.You're listening to the post game podcast with Patrick Smith after a huge title race win for the Reds that saw them claim top spot in the Prem, though unfortunately Sean Dyche and Burnley have done us no favours as City look to regain their slim one point lead.Liverpool and City will of course meet next weekend on Sunday the 10th, sandwiched between the two clubs' Champions League Quarter-Finals.But as for the Reds, a superb header from the 5 foot 8 aerial threat Diogo Jota following a Trent-esque cross from slot-in right back Joe Gomez opened the scoring.Watford were persistent all afternoon and managed to keep the Reds at bay, until Juraj Kucka decided to rugby tackle Diogo Jota off the ball during a corner, and VAR rightly awarded a penalty which was slammed home by Fabinho.Jurgen Klopp has now won 160 of his first 250 Premier League Games, more than Sir Alex Ferguson, Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, is he in the conversation for the greatest?We've got plenty of expert reaction for you on the post game pod this afternoon, with Ian Doyle's verdict from the Press Box, Jurgen Klopp's Reaction from the Dugout, and the voice of the fans from the stands.
As we prepare for this weekend's return of the Premier League, join Jake as he charters the rise of Arsene Wenger's double winners of '98 and the fall of Alex Ferguson's Manchester United. As well as Barnsley's first season in the big time, a resurgent Leicester City and freescorers in Michael Owen, Dion Dublin and Marc Overmars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode of "Book Corner Extra Time" features author Richard Whitehead who talks to Gabbie about his book "The Cup" For 150 years the FA Cup has been at the heart of English sport. From Stanley Matthews to Bob Stokoe, Bert Trautmann to Arsene Wenger and Ronnie Radford to Billy the white horse - its heroes, myths and legends form the fabric of our national game. The Cup celebrates the story of the world's greatest football competition with more than 100 stunning and evocative photos.With the Gabbie CabbieProduced/Edited by Chris Brownewww.srbmedia.co.ukSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/srbmedia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/srbmedia.
Gary is joined by Abdul Faisal Chibsah, who recently started a new role as High Performance Specialist at FIFA. He was recently Head of Academy Recruitment at Charlotte FC (MLS) and also worked as Regional Academy Scout at Philadelphia Union (MLS). He talks about identifying talent at youth level, the importance of environment, projecting talent in ten years, and what it's like working alongside Arsene Wenger in his new role!! NEW MODERN SOCCER COACH BOOK: DETAIL IS OUT NOW!!!! Find out more and get your copy below: https://www.modernsoccercoach.com/product-page/modern-soccer-coach-detail
Ray Parlour joins David & Lynsey to discuss his time at Arsenal, teaching Thierry Henry Cockney rhyming slang, laughing during an Arsene Wenger team-talk and he gives his thoughts on the current Arsenal squad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this solo episode, I look at commitment, a measure of mental toughness from different angles. Sharing excerpts from 2 previous episodes of Demystifying Mental Toughness with Steve Hackney and JJ Vallely, as well as discussing a quote from Arsene Wenger's book “My Life in Red and White.” Additionally, I talk about what I see as a common challenge for youngsters who play in team sports. Having a high level of commitment coupled with low levels of interpersonal confidence. You'll find I challenge your thinking, giving out some resources and ask you to ask yourself some important questions. It's an episode that athletes, coaches, teachers and parents can benefit from. Some Questions to Ponder Are your levels of commitment congruent with what the best do? Do you know what the daily habits of top performers are? Are you aware of what is the right information for you and how you find it? Do you ask yourself why you practice or train a certain way? Do you set daily goals for your practice or training? When you practice or train do you let your emotions take over? Can your high levels of commitment spoil your enjoyment? Are you a highly motivated and committed yet struggle with communicating with coaches and team-mates? Do you question coaches? Are you a coach who often gets into comparison mode, comparing athlete A against athlete B? Connect with David Charlton Download THE FOCUSED ATHLETE CHECKLIST Join David @ The Sports Psychology Hub Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Relevant Podcast Episodes Podcast Ep005: David Charlton - Observations The Art of Learning Podcast Ep21: Steve Hackney – How to Reach Your Full Potential Podcast Ep042: Mark Bennett MBE – Characteristics of High Performance Athletes Podcast Ep062: JJ Vallely – Mastering the Mental Side Of Golf Podcast Ep041: Paul McGee – How to Develop Interpersonal Confidence Relevant Blogs and Resources Blog - How To Reach Your Full Potential Part Three Blog - 5 Ways to Create a Psychological Safe Sporting Environment Blog Motivation vs Commitment | There is a Big Difference
Arseblog 20 is a series of 20 podcasts to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Arseblog. In each episode, I'll speak to a guest about a particular calendar year of the site's existence, picking out games, goals , personal memories and recollections, transfers, forgotten moments, successes, failures, ups and downs, trophies, fun times, sad times, arrivals and departures, and lots more.In this episode, I speak to Pete Wood about 2018:We discuss:Arsene Wenger's departureIvan, Sven and RaulUnai Emery's wildcard appointmentEarly promise unfulfilledAnd moreFollow Pete on Twitter @legroveIf you want to support Arseblog via Patreon, and get exclusive bonus content, you can sign up at patreon.com/arseblog for just €5 per month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our guest on Episode #36 of the TGG Podcast was Francis Cagigao, the Director of Football for Chile. He told Josh Schneider-Weiler about his current role and his 24 years with Arsenal, where he was Head of International Scouting. For more information, visit trainingground.guru or follow us on Twitter @ground_guru => SHOW NOTES: 0:37: How job with Chile came about/ 12 intense months to start. 5:04: StatDNA at Arsenal and use of data in football. 9:44: Ben Brereton Diaz - how he came to play for Chile and why he's become such an important player. 14:29: Why he left Arsenal after 24 years. "There was not a good feeling between myself and some people at the hierarchy." 18:29: Background/ career as a player and coach. 24:52: How he came to scout for Arsenal/ working with Arsene Wenger. 28:07: Discovering Cesc Fabregas. 35:51: How to scout character. 40:22: Why South America is the Continent with the most talent. 42:40: Ambitions for the future.
Five years ago, Antonio Conte, Arsene Wenger, and many more notable figures were worried about the looming giant wading into the world of football: China. Chinese investors were buying into European clubs and Chinese teams were spending astronomical amounts to bring medium-to-big name players to the Chinese Super League. But today, things are drastically different. What happened to all that money, how did it work out for the development of the Chinese domestic game, and where do they go from here? Graham, Ryan, and Taylor are here with some answers! Sponsors! Shopify! Go to Shopify.com/soccer101 for a FREE fourteen day trial and get access to their entire suite of features. Truebill! Go to Truebill.com/soccer101 to stop paying for subscriptions you don't need, want, or simply forgot about. The Soccer 101 theme, and plenty of other excellent music, can be found right here: https://aerialist.bandcamp.com.
Bumper Bonanza episode of the Wolves Fancast as we go live withour Arsenal match preview as Little Dan chats exclusively to Gary Powell of The Libertines, former Arsenal and Wolves playmaker, Rohan Ricketts and 90min.com Arsenal representative Harry Symeou. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Greetings Footballland guests, patrons and earholders! There's a growing excitement here at Footballland HQ. The park is slowly taking shape. We haven't yet built anything as such, but if 90% of the work is in the design, then Footballland is 28% complete! We are thrilled to announce THREE more rides for your pleasure. Arsene Wenger's World Cup Mayhem Le Prof is a big advocate for ruining things by overdoing them - just look at his relentless lobbying for a World Cup every two years. Nobody but Wenger wants this to happen, so we at Footballland are prepared to do the world a favour. We're going to pay the ex-Arsenal boss £6 million a year to wander around Footballland making guests at the park overdo their fun instead. Yes, with Arsene's Double It, you won't be able to stop enjoying yourself, even if it physically hurts! Shit House Not content with hiring Pepe to defecate on customers' car bonnets, Ryan wants yet another display of the dark arts inside the world's first football theme park. Shit House involves one lucky punter having their home transported brick by brick to Qatar to stage a special football version of the 90s kids' TV show Fun House, presented by Carlos Valderrama and the Da Silva twins. See No Medieval, Hear No Medieval, Speak No Medieval Mark has been on Wikipedia again. This time he's disappeared down the ancient ball games rabbit hole (ooh-er) and proposes a giant brawl with a sheep's bladder one day a year at Footballland. Whoever's holding the ball last, wins! Have you got a ride idea? Send us it and we'll discuss it on the show!Love, Anthony, Mark and Ryan Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/footballland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In honor of Black History Month, here is Robbie Earle's fascinating conversation with one of the Premier League's all-time greats and leading voices in the fight against racism, Thierry Henry. Earle and Henry about his induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame, childhood football inspirations, Arsene Wenger's impact, the weight of wearing the Arsenal cannon, the genius of Pep Guardiola and how the footballing world can continue to combat racism and educate society about equality.
The start of managerial series I will be producing for the podcast over the next few months. We start with the one, the only, Arsene Wenger. Analysing his impact on English football, the Invincible season, the peak years and the decline that followed. Finishing with assessing Wenger's legacy. If you enjoyed today's show please follow and give me rating on Spotify or Apple podcast.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=10224892)
"Die Rückfallzieher" stehen kurz vorm 75., sind vorfreudig erregt, blasen Luftballons auf, spannen Licherketten - und packen im Hier und Jetzt mit ihren schwieligen Händen heiße Eisen an. Zentrale Frage von Meigl Hoffmann und Guido Schäfer in Podcast-Ausgabe 73: Wer wird Sportdirektor bei RB Leipzig? Der Job ist ewig vakant, hoch dotiert und von existenzieller Wichtigkeit. Weil Gladbachs ewiger Gärtner Max Eberl die Borussen-Heckenschere aus der Hand legt und überdies seit Monaten auf Diät ist, glaubt Hoffmann: „Max wird‘s, der passt zur Salatblatt-Combo am Cottaweg.“ Schäfer hält einen Mann mit internationalem Anstrich für wahrscheinlicher und wirft den Namen Arséne Wenger in den Ring. Der Franzose mit dem blickdichten Haar spricht französisch und könnte den französisch sprechenden RB-Franzosen die Schnittmenge zwischen dem Sturm auf die Bastille und dem auf die Bayern (nächstes RB-Spiel am 5. Februar) näher bringen. Weitere Themen des Altherren-Duos Hoffmann/Schäfer: Die herzerwärmende Netflix-Serie über Herrn Neymar und Domenico Tedescos hohe Kunst der Weglassung. Quintessenz: Neymar ist anders als alle denken, lieb und erdverbunden. Und Tedesco lässt Fußball spielen, der Punkte bringt. Der ist wie Meigl und Guido - weder schön noch anmutig.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens are joined by former Arsenal & Manchester City defender Gael Clichy to look back on his career in football so far. Clichy talks to the guys about meeting Arsene Wenger, learning from the Invincibles, Sergio Aguero's heroics in 2012 & his ambitions to be a manager.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens are joined by former Arsenal & Manchester City defender Gael Clichy to look back on his career in football so far. Clichy talks to the guys about meeting Arsene Wenger, learning from the Invincibles, Sergio Aguero's heroics in 2012 & his ambitions to be a manager.
Robbie Earle is joined by former Arsenal midfielder and Crystal Palace manager, Patrick Vieira, to discuss how he's enjoying his first season managing in the Premier League, his managerial style, the promising young talent currently featuring at Palace, what his relationship with Arsene Wenger is like today and much, much more.
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens sit down with CONCACAF President and FIFA Vice President Victor Montagliani to discuss a range of topics including his rise in CONCACAF, Arsene Wenger's ambitious plans for International football, Super League proposals and how Alphonso Davies was discovered.
Mikel Arteta faces the press ahead of his side's Premier League clash with Newcastle at the Emirates on Saturday. The Gunners will have the chance to make up for the recent 4-0 humiliation to Liverpool when they host Eddie Howe's Magpies who are still searching for their first win of the season. Whilst that humbling defeat at Anfield ended Arsenal 's 10-game unbeaten run across all competitions, they remain fifth in the Premier League table and Arteta will be hoping for a positive response from his side as the race for Europe hots up. Ahead of Saturday's clash, the Spaniard was quizzed on Granit Xhaka's return date from injury, the importance of bouncing back after the Liverpool loss and Joe Willock's return to the Emirates. The Gunners boss was also asked about the futures of Alexandre Lacazette and Jack Wilshere as well as a potential return to Arsenal for Arsene Wenger. Enjoy.
Ricardo Pepi looks to possibly have a move to VFL Wolfsburg possibly done soon, but with interest from Ajax, Genoa, and other clubs there's plenty of opportunities for him to go learn and ply his trade. However, with the 2022 World Cup looming playing time is also of the utmost importance. So Sean Garmer and Erik Watkins discuss who could be the best fit for the USA's star striker, if making a move soon is the best decision, or if perhaps staying in MLS for another year may be a better option. They get into the latest with what's been happening in the NWSL, Europe and South America looking at blocking the proposed Biennial World Cup, and if Arsene Wenger's one-month international break is a good idea or not. Plus, Supporters Club, the Manchester United Moment, Hernan Dario Gomez becoming the new coach of Honduras, and more!
Tom Canton is joined by football.london's Kaya Kaynak on the latest episode of Pressbox to discuss Gabriel Martinelli's short and long term future at Arsenal. Kaya's recent trip to Arsenal's London Colney is also discussed as he caught up with Head of Academy Per Mertesacker and Arsenal Women's star Katie McCabe while Arsene Wenger's upcoming ‘Invincible' documentary is also discussed. Enjoy.
4x Olympic Gold Medallist Mo Farah talks all things Arsenal as he sits down with Tom Canton to discuss his love for the Gunners. The Olympian joins Tom Canton to discuss how he came to support Arsenal, his favourite players through the years as well as his thoughts on Arsene Wenger's succession plan from Unai Emery's time in charge onto Mikel Arteta. Plus there's a discussion around social media before we find out which player from Arsenal's past he would have loved to have been joined by on in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! Enjoy.
Arsene Wenger, the former Arsenal manager, is leading the charge to hold the World Cup every two years not four. Is this an innovation too far from one of football's change-makers? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Episode 33 of Sport Unlocked, the podcast dissecting the week's sports news issues with interviews and insight from Rob Harris, Martyn Ziegler and Tariq Panja. On the agenda on September 10, 2021: Inside FIFA's biennial World Cup plan: Hear from the insiders on the battle splitting football. Hear from Arsene Wenger making FIFA's case, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin on Europe's opposition, Wales captain Gareth Bale on his concerns about FIFA's plans and Jill Ellis on working for FIFA on women's plans. Brazil-Argentina COVID chaos at World Cup qualifier Afghanistan women's sport ban Cricket racism & COVID row. Elizabeth Ammon from The Times provides the insight. Send any questions to the team on Twitter @SportUnlocked Check out videos from the interviews on Sport Unlocked's YouTube channel, Instagram or Twitter pages Music No Love by MusicbyAden https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenCreative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/_no-loveMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/JgXz25Tw5d4
World Cup qualifying showcased many things about the beautiful game on and off the pitch this past week. Especially in the facet of having global things affect the games themselves. Of course, Brazil vs. Argentina debacle is front of mind as those in charge of Brazil's medical quadrant got involved and made a fiasco of a huge game that had already started. Plus Erik Watkins has another story that is even bigger than that one. Sean Garmer has a bone to pick with FIFA and why they did not honor the already in place UEFA stadium ban which could have prevented the racial abuse incidents that the England players suffered in their game against Hungary.FIFA has also drawn the ire of UEFA and many others in a grander way as right now Arsene Wenger is leading the charge for a major change to the FIFA World Cup structure in possibly having it biennially instead of every four years. The guys have a great discussion and try to answer the question of Why FIFA wants a World Cup every two years and why this isn't such a good idea.Also, the NWSL made a huge decision in not only having their championship game in Portland again, but also making the game a 9 am Pacific time start. The duo discusses why this is a bad move and what it says about the league decision-makers as a whole.
Elis James, Mike Bubbins and Steff Garrero are heading around the UK on tour in Autumn 2021.Head to https://www.distantpod.com/live for tickets from April 16th at 10am.The live schedule is: Saturday 18 September - Hackney EmpireSaturday 2 October - Salford LowrySaturday 9 October - Cardiff New TheatreSaturday 16 October - Newcastle Tyne TheatreSaturday 23 October - Edinburgh EICCMonday 25 October - Birmingham Alexandra TheatreSaturday 13 November - Belfast Ulster HallThis week's episode Steff's Documentary choice: Mike and The Mad Dog https://www.espnplayer.com/video/mike-and-the-mad-dog Elis' Book choice: Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Football Tactics by Jonathan Wilson https://amzn.to/3a4g5Q8First round of ClipsElis: Gordon Strachan narrates Arsene Wenger kicking a bottle in disgusthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4lMbSr2ZYkSteff: Ali v Marciano https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9TzpqQusGc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRegw5qRIlA Mike: Real Sociedad manager https://twitter.com/HLTCO/status/1378630177731776514?s=19Second Round of Clips available only via www.patreon.com/distantpod Steff: Bale and Rodon https://twitter.com/tommymila/status/1378021480911495173?s=21 Mime: Cycling at the 1948 Olympics.https://www.facebook.com/CyclingLove/videos/805268360089106/Elis: World record ski jumphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96BkG0TYKrY
This week's Set Piece is beyond special. It's a massive occasion. Kelechi Okafor - AKA Kelechnekoff - the tour-de-force actress and social commentator that brings you Say Your Mind every week as well as teaching the people how to work the poles and how to twerk properly from her dance studio Kelechnekoff Fitness joins us for a wonderful interview and discussion. Neil, Ama, and Joseph sit down with The Empress herself to talk about her favourite club (Arsenal), her favourite player (Thierry Henry), her favourite manager (Arsene Wenger), her favourite F1 driver in Lewis Hamilton, and Slavia Prague player Ondrej Kudela's racial abuse of Rangers' Glen Kamara before digging into what that means for Arsenal in the Europa League quarterfinal as well as football writ large. We also discuss Thierry Henry's decision to leave all forms of social media until racism is dealt with adequately by the people that administrate social media platforms. Finally, we dig into the British monarchy's racist skeletons falling out of the closet [again] and what that means seeing as William is President of the FA before wrapping up discussing the recent slew of men's football players repatriating themselves to Nigeria and Jamaica respectfully. This was a total and utter honour and privilege for us at The Banter Pub! A massive thank you to Kelechi for joining us in this week's Set Piece. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed chatting with Benz Punani Womanist. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We talk to the extraordinary Thomas Gronnemark. He's coached throw-ins for Ajax, FC Midtjylland, RB Leipzig, Atlanta United and, perhaps most famously, Liverpool.The former track and field and bobsled athlete talks about his obsession with throw-ins, 'trying to change the world of soccer' with better technique and what it was like working with Jurgen Klopp's team.He describes how he uses the NBA, art work and even flocks of birds to find inspiration for space creation techniques and why American players will be more receptive to throw-in coaching as they are used to being more analytical.Thomas, the previous world record holder for the longest throw-in, describes his brief stint with Atlanta United, why the MLS (like so many leagues around the world) has a very poor standard of throw-ins and why Arsene Wenger is wrong to consider scrapping throw-ins and replacing them with kicks.A passionate discussion with an unorthodox coach who wants to revolutionize how soccer is played, one throw-in at a time.www.thomasgronnemark.com/free
Premier League ve La Liga'nın resmî sponsoru King'in sunduğu Seni Çok Özledik'in Premier League edisyonunun kapanışını Robin van Persie'nin Manchester United formasıyla uçtuğu 2012-13 sezonuyla yapıyoruz. Serinin 19. bölümünde Ozan Can Sülüm ve Emre Özcan, Arsene Wenger'in dokunuşuyla bir hedef santrfor profiline evrilen Van Persie'nin 2012 yazındaki transferini nasıl deneyimlediklerini, Manchester United'ın 20. şampiyonluğuna 20 numaralı formasıyla damga vuran Hollandalının 26 gollü sezonunu, milli takım kariyerini ve Fenerbahçe'deki başarısız dönemini konuşuyorlar.