This week, we come face to face with the outspoken and controversial Singapore athlete and SEA Games gold medalist, Soh Rui Yong. Never one to mince words, he reveals what he thinks about comments that he's arrogant, the origins of his competitive drive, and also explains why he's offering 700 packets of chicken rice as a prize for his 2.4km Challenge. Find us here! Our #YLB Subreddit for show notes Our YouTube channel to see our FACES! Find Soh Rui Yong here: Facebook account Instagram account Official Website and Blog Soh's GoGetFunding campaign Commentary: Soh Rui Yong's 2.4km challenge tapped into our love-hate relationship with the distance | CNA Here are our one SHIOK things! The Master: The Long and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer Atlanta Season 1 Official Trailer YLB Ep 206
Better late than never! Come back for another new episode of Chatter Up where we talk MLB division winners, possible changes to the wild card system, the disappointing padres, the Chiefs slow start, Justin Herbert's ascension, the NFC West race, the surprises of the NFC South, Justin Tucker's massive leg and Ben Roethlisberger's decrepit arm (1:40-26:04). Then, we're joined by New York Times Tennis correspondent and author Chris Clarey to talk about his new book"The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer" (26:14-50:33). Follow us on social media @Chatter_Up and come back for more next week!
Quiz any fan of soccer in the US as to the origin of the professional game on American soil, and you're likely to get a myriad of answers - usually rooted in generational identity. If you're under 30, the 1996 launch of Major League Soccer looks like a logical starting point - 25 years old, 29 teams strong, and dozens of soccer-specific stadiums befitting a "major" sports league. Older MLS fans in places like Seattle, Portland, and San Jose point out the original versions of their current clubs being domiciled in something called the North American Soccer League - which featured a bevy of international stars and drew huge crowds in the late 1970s/early 1980s as the then-"sport of the future." Others with longer memories (and often soccer-playing lineages) will recall the decades-long, ethnically-flavored heartbeat of the sport known as the American Soccer League - dating back to 1933, or even 1921, depending on your guideposts. But, as soccer historian Dr. Brian Bunk ("From Football to Soccer: The Early History of the Beautiful Game in the United States") reveals to us this week, the true birth of the pro game dates all the way back to 1894 - when not one, but two leagues sought to bring England's popular fast-growing sport to the colonies - introduced (interestingly) with the financial backing and operational resources of baseball's National League.
Kevin and Kieran look at the money behind Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United, why a former FIFA official has pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy, and discuss the role Bitcoin may play in football in the future.Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterdayFollow Kieran on Twitter, - @KieranMaguireFollow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_podSupport The Price of Football on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootballCheck out the Price of Football merchandise store:https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/priceoffootball. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
ABOUT THE BOOK There have been other biographies of Roger Federer, but never one with this kind of access to the man himself, his support team, and the most prominent figures in the game, including such rivals as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Roddick. In THE MASTER, New York Times correspondent Christopher Clarey sits down with Federer and those closest to him to tell the story of the greatest player in men's tennis. Roger Federer has often made it look astonishingly easy through the decades: carving backhands, gliding to forehands, leaping for overheads and, in his most gravity-defying act, remaining high on a pedestal in a world of sports rightfully flooded with cynicism. But his path from temperamental, bleach-blond teenager with dubious style sense to one of the greatest, most self-possessed and elegant of competitors has been a long-running act of will, not destiny. He not only had a great gift. He had grit. Christopher Clarey, one of the top international sportswriters working today, has covered Federer since the beginning of his professional career. He was in Paris on the Suzanne Lenglen Court for Federer's first Grand Slam match and has interviewed him exclusively more than any other journalist since his rise to prominence. Here, Clarey focuses on the pivotal people, places, and moments in Federer's long and rich career: reporting from South Africa, South America, the Middle East, four Grand Slam tournaments, and Federer's native Switzerland. It has been a journey like no other player's, rife with victories and a few crushing defeats, one that has redefined enduring excellence and made Federer a sentimental favorite worldwide. THE MASTER tells the story of Federer's life and career on both an intimate and grand scale, in a way no one else could possibly do. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Christopher Clarey is the tennis correspondent for the New York Times and has covered international sports for nearly thirty years for the Times and International Herald Tribune, where he was chief sports correspondent and a longtime columnist. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steve-richards/support
Part One: Christopher Clarey, tennis correspondent for the New York Times, is the author of "The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer." Part Two: (from the archives) L. Jon Wertheim, from Sports Illustrated, is author of "Strokes of Genius: Federer, Nadal, and the Greatest Match Ever Played." The subtitle refers to the epic 5-set men's final at Wimbledon that Federer and Nadal waged in 2008.
On Episode 213 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with New York Times correspondent and author Christopher Clarey about his new book: “The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer.” Chris is a top international sportswriter and has been a New York Times correspondent for over 25 years. He has covered Roger Federer since the beginning of the Swiss Maestro's professional career and has interviewed him exclusively more than any other journalist since Federer's rise to prominence. Chris has just published a new book, “The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer,” this week. It focuses on the pivotal people, places, and moments in Federer's long and rich career and features hundreds of perspectives from him and the many people he played, trained, and interacted with since his early days in tennis. I was fortunate enough to read an advanced copy of Chris's book and have thoroughly enjoyed its detailed insights, entertaining stories, unique humor, and the many teachable principles that we can all integrate into our tennis games and our lives. As a result, I very highly recommend that you pick up a copy of “The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer” here. On the show, you'll learn the critical decisions that Federer made from a young age which shaped his legendary career, the influence of coaches Peter Carter and fitness trainer Pierre Paganini on Federer's game and fitness, how working with a sports psychology took his results to the next level, how he manages to live in the present, funny stories about Federer's mischievous other half, and much more! I hope you enjoy my interview with Chris! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below! And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox! LINKS The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer Chris's Twitter Page Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 157 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Molly McGrath, an ESPN college football and college basketball host and reporter. She is followed by Christopher Clarey, a tennis writer for the New York Times and the author of “The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer” In this podcast, McGrath discusses returning to college football this season after the birth of her son earlier this year; finding a work-life balance; the internal pressure she felt to return to ESPN; how much college football coaches tell ESPN on-air talent during production meetings; her approach with her bosses after Maria Taylor left for NBC; being assigned to the team of Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, and Todd McShay; COVID protocols for covering college football this season; dealing with toxic social media; being public about her pregnancy; her interest in hosting long-term and more. Clarey discusses what he hoped to produce by exploring Federer in longform; why he connected with Federer as a subject and writer over the years; what Federer's top competitors said about him; Mirka Federer being non-existent on social media and not giving interviews for 15 years or so; how Federer's upbringing with parents from Switzerland and South Africa impacted him; what he expects Federer to heading forward; the challenge of selling a tennis book in the United States; You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Brandon Lloyd joins the show to talk about his NFL career, playing with Tom Brady and Sean Taylor, being a secret musician, and a lot more, then, (58:28) Christopher Clarey joins the show to discuss his new book The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
New York Times tennis correspondent Christopher Clarey talks about 40-year-old Roger Federer's amazing longevity in the sport. Clarey's new book, "The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer," comes out next week. And, singer-songwriter R. Kelly is pleading not guilty to sex trafficking and racketeering charges. Interest in the allegations of his abuse of women and girls reignited after "Surviving R. Kelly" debuted in 2019. NPR's Andrew Limbong discusses the trial.
In Episode 42, our co-host, Phil Darke, finishes off this offseason's talks by sharing five life lessons we can all learn from the beautiful game and apply in every area of our lives: 1) Maximum effort; 2) Always be on your guard; 3) Be able to make decisions on the fly; 4) Your work is important even if nobody sees it; and 5) Rest is a critical component of success. Resources and Links from this Episode Uncut Video of the Episode HSEL Facebook Group Email Phil for information about DISC training and/or Coaching the Bigger Game program – firstname.lastname@example.org The Warrior Way Program Sleep Smarter: 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way to a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success, by Shawn Stevenson
Well, it's a classic Tuesday episode today. I talk about a couple random things that fire me up inside but might be labeled as, "unimportant" or "weird" by society. I spend the first half today talking about The Beautiful Game. Not soccer, but beer die. In the second half I even blow my mind as I flip the narrative on people who just had surgery. It's not that bad. Enjoy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In the latest The Beautiful Game x Eurosport 'Game of Opinions' podcast, the team look back at two epic Euro 2020 semi-finals as England and Italy made it through to Sunday's tantalising final at Wembley. There's talk of the Three Lions' newfound team spirit, Jordan Pickford's form, penalties and the chance for Gareth Southgate's team to write their names in the history books. For their opponents, there is a breakdown of how the Azzurri managed to nullify the threat of Spain and how they plan to silence the Wembley crowd. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game podcast, Eurosport's Ibrahim Mustapha joins Dotun Abijoh and Deji Odedina to look ahead to the two huge Euro 2020 semi finals.The team dissect England's demolition of Ukraine and look at the very different challenge Denmark will pose at Wembley after their fine tournament so far.There's also talk about Italy and whether they can continue their impressive run against a Spain team that many are perhaps underestimating. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With football's Euro Championship under way, many people love the passion that comes with supporting their team. But this reminds us that many more people feel disconnected from domestic football – and not because of the pandemic or stadium exclusions. The problem is much more about absentee owners, sky high ticket prices and the ruthless fracturing of the fan-club relationship.Ross Ashcroft is joined by professor of sports management Stefan Szymanski and football writer Devon Rowcliffe to discuss how rampant profit seeking is ripping the soul out of the beautiful game.
In the latest episode of the collaboration between Eurosport and The Beautiful Game podcast Ola Fisayo joins Justin Cole and Dotun Abijoh to look ahead to England's clash with the Ukraine on Saturday in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals. The pair discuss who will start in the front three behind Harry Kane, are Buakyo Saka and Jack Grealish the keys to unlocking their opponents?Plus there are thoughts on whether England need to be more attacking or whether they should stay as they are.And finally there is some chat on the other three quarter-finals that are delicately poised. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game podcast, Eurosport's Pete Sharland joins Justin Cole and Deji Odedina to discuss the second half of the Last 16 matches of Euro 2020.The trio kick things off by talking about England's 2-0 win over Germany, and Odedina and Sharland want to give some love to some of England's unsung heroes before a debate about the international future of Thomas Muller. After that talk turns to the other game of the night as Ukraine beat Sweden in extra time. Find out why Sharland thinks the Ukraine will be a test but not a real problem for England Then we look back on the Monday night games, starting with France's shock defeat at the hands of Switzerland (Granit Xhaka fans unite!) and then Spain's eight-goal thriller against Croatia. To wrap it up Odedina and Sharland give their predictions for who is going to reach the final. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
ENGLAND BEAT THE GERMANS! We've passed a huge milestone in English football, competing with the best teams out there and putting many demons to bed in the process. We were treated to Croatia v Spain, a thrilling 3-5 encounter and who thought it could be topped? No one.. France: Hold my beer. That's right, the Swiss beat France on penalties meaning the world champions are OUT. The European champions are OUT. The Germans are OUT. ITS COMING HOME!!! Huge thanks to both Ruffneck Scarves & The BGN for their continued support.
The high levels of performance we're seeing during Euro 2020 is not just down to the players – there's a crucial role being played by the teams working with data off the pitch. This week, Helena Schwenk is joined by Graham Sharpe, Director Strategic Solutions at Exasol, to look more deeply into the use of data in the beautiful game. They explore how companies actually gather sporting data in the first place, what difference data storytelling is making and how the big brands sponsoring the tournament will be working with data to win in their respective fields. If you want to get the inside track on the use of data in sport, check out Exasol's sports analytics hub. For more on the DataXpresso podcast, you can head over to The Data Dreamer.
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game podcast, producer Ola Fisayo picks up where he left off by resuming hosting duties alongside Dotun Abijoh and Deji Odedina to discuss the first half of the Last 16 matches of Euro 2020. The team begin by discussing the tie of the round, Belgium v Portugal. Was Thorgan Hazard's goal that good? Should Rui Patricio have done better? Plus how worried should we be about Belgium's injuries? Then we move on to the story of the round, Denmark hammering Wales. As for as Abijoh is concerned this was the best performance of the tournament so far. Just how far can Denmark go?There's also time for a quick chat on the street smarts of the Czech Republic and the disappointing Dutch, before we move on to looking forward to Monday's games and then revisiting who we think will reach the final. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game podcast, producer Ola Fisayo steps into the hosting chair alongside Dotun Abijoh and Deji Odedina. The team break down the selection headaches facing England manager Gareth Southgate ahead of the clash with Germany in the Last 16 of Euro 2020. The guys agree that Bukayo Saka has to start, but what happens with Mason Mount and Jack Grealish? After that attention turns to the tie of the round, Belgium against Portugal. As far as the team is concerned it'll come down to who wins the striker battle between Romelu Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo. Finally attention turns to our favourites to reach the final. Has the draw opened up for England? Who's getting out of the brutal top half of the bracket? We discuss all. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game podcast, Buj and Dot are joined by Eurosport's very own Pete Sharland. The team break down Gareth Southgate's tactics in England's victory over Czech Republic and provide answers as to what he should do for the last 16.Bukayo Saka and Jack Grealish were both given starts against the Czechs at Wembley Stadium - very surprisingly in the case of the former - and the pair rewarded their manager with impressive displays.Now, Southgate has a bit of a dilemma as he also seeks to bring back Phil Foden and maybe Mason Mount while juggling other selection issues.Also, let's appreciate Luka Modric some more, shall we? Croatia could now be dangerous... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game show, Buj and Dot are joined by Eurosport's own Ben Snowball.The team break down what exactly went so wrong for Gareth Southgate and England in their Euro 2020 clash with Scotland at Wembley Stadium.For all the criticism of striker and captain Harry Kane, the trio believe it has not really been his fault and he will surely come good.Southgate MUST use his bench with England's wealth of attacking options and make the changes that are so needed during matches, according to the team.What now for England and how can they put things right ahead of their final group game against the Czech Republic? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Annyeong! In this episode of The Liberal Soul I talk to my good friend David Harris. David lives in England and we met each other while living in Gwangju, South Korea. It was a real pleasure having Dave on the podcast; he is a ton of fun to talk to. We spend most of this episode talking about football (soccer) and what it means often to people living in England. Some of the things we talk about are: - How we met and what a Hash is - The Tottenham Hotspurs and how there are many professional football leagues in England - Hockey Vs. Soccer and the FA Cup - Football fandom and how it very much is a communal, working class sport from the beginning - The historical place football plays for England - How it is such an international and connecting thing for people, and how it is such a release. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe to The Liberal Soul and leaving a rating or review if you feel so inclined.
In the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game show, Buj and Dej are joined by Eurosport's own Ibrahim Mustapha.The team discuss a masterclass from Kevin de Bruyne in Belgium's win over Denmark, as well as lauding Gareth Bale for the way he has adapted his role, as seen in the win which has taken Wales to the brink of the last 16.But the big talking point is breakthrough star Manuel Locatelli of Italy.His two goals against Switzerland have the whole continent talking, and some major clubs taking interest.But the team feel that his perfect destination may well be Arsenal.... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is one of the most stunning games you can play on any console right now, plus it's just a lot of fun! We discuss the must-play PS5 exclusive on this week's show.Also this week, Dylan & Ashley explain why you need to be excited about Hades coming to PlayStation, the Returnal Platinum hunt is getting easier, Death Stranding gets a new version and another studio teams up for PlayStation for a new IP in the future. Hosts:Dylan Blight: https://twitter.com/vivaladilAshley Hobley: https://twitter.com/ashleyhobley Episode TimecodesINTRO00:00:00 - Hello 00:00:48 - E3 2021 Has Been HappeningPS GAMING00:04:43 - Ratchet & Clank: A Rift Apart ReviewPS NEWS00:23:02 - Ratchet & Clank, Made With No Crunch00:28:51 - Returnal Platinum Is Now Easier00:30:52 - Hades Is Coming To PlayStation, Finally00:37:55 - New Gameplay Of Kena: Bridge of Spirits00:40:02 - Deviation Studios Announces PlayStation IP & Partnership00:50:05 - Death Stranding: Director's Cut Revealed For PS5OUTRO00:55:44 - GoodbyeResources: EurogamerSony Has Been Working With Deviation Games On Its New PlayStation-Exclusive IP For Over A Year AlreadyExplosion NetworkHades Launches On PlayStation And Xbox Consoles In August With A Physical EditionThe Hunt For Returnal's Platinum Is About To Become A Lot EasierTribeca Game Spotlight Features New Gameplay Of Kena: Bride Of SpiritsKotakuDeath Stranding Director's Cut Announced By KojimaInsomniac Devs Say Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Was Made ‘With No Crunch'Platinum Explosion CreditsMusic by: Dylan BlightArt by: Cherie Henriques All Episodes:https://explosionnetwork.com/platinum-explosion-podcastSupport Us:http://www.ko-fi.com/explosion
The frightening scenes involving Christian Eriksen should sound alarm bells for the footballing world. The Beautiful Game and Eurosport team reflect on whether players are being overworked at the moment and whether the current schedule needs to change. There's also a look back at England's win over Croatia and who else has impressed on the opening weekend of the tournament including the prospects of Belgium and Italy as potential winners. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Robert D'Amario, close friend and soccer player from Toronto, discusses with me on the podcast how growing up playing soccer shaped and benefited his experiences in life, how it prepared him for his role in my short film called Beautiful, and how he intends to keep his passion alive for the beautiful game known as soccer. Youtube Channel: Daniel Calderone Instagram: @d.calderone All Rights Reserved - NinetyFour Productions Inc.
Jack Grealish is the standout player in the England squad and must start at Euro 2020, according to the latest Eurosport x The Beautiful Game podcast collaboration. The panel also discuss the depressing debate around England taking the knee, saying some supporters don't even want to change their ways when it comes to racism. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Get to know former Harvard women's soccer player, author of "Raised a Warrior" and the producer of the documentary "Warriors of a Beautiful Game", through a Q & A INTERVIEW. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kelly-landaverde/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kelly-landaverde/support
Our guest today is Dan Rutstein, whose career history is proof that you definitely don’t have to pick one job and stick to it. Dan graduated from York and his career (so far) has included journalism, diplomacy, consultancy and podcasting. Kate and Dan talk about taking opportunities, transferable skills, the importance of networking and how to make a ‘portfolio career’ work. Dan's first career was as a journalist, a news reporter at the York Evening Press before working in sport at the Bradford Telegraph & Argus and then Bermuda's Royal Gazette. He then joined the British Government, working in London for the transport and business departments before serving abroad as a diplomat in Germany and Los Angeles. He was President of immersive technology company Laduma before being laid off during the pandemic. He now works as a consultant with Orange County Soccer Club, helping them with their international expansion. He hosts three podcasts - United States of Dramerica, Screaming into the Hollywood Abyss and America the Beautiful Game. Want to find out more? Find useful links and a full transcript on our blog.
Bredon explains to Kvothe his philosophy of the Beautiful Game of Tak. We try to work out what Beautiful Game Bredon is really trying to teach Kvothe, and why. Jordana proves to be a tough customer, and we return to our old bugaboo of it being good when characters make mistakes that character would make. Note: this week we read out of a different copy, which is why our page numbering does not match. @pageofthewind pageofthewind.com If you want to donate to the SFWA’s Legal Fund to help ensure that authors like Alan Dean Foster are paid the royalties they are owed, here is the link: https://www.sfwa.org/about/benevolent-funds/legal-fund/ If you would like to donate to help the Palestinian people in their ongoing struggle against settler-colonial violence, you can donate at any one of these links: Islamic Relief Canada https://www.islamicreliefcanada.org/emergencies/palestine/?utm_campaign=12848446276&utm_source=google&utm_medium=ppc&utm_content=517142162113&utm_term&adgroupid=124171132249&gclid=CjwKCAjwy42FBhB2EiwAJY0yQpP3kc82omP-G5rZHYvoXKG-8z5mRcorlQ-sQvHgiGLNlz6x-l9vmxoC1yEQAvD_BwE Eye on Palestine facebook.com/eyeonpalestine.official/
We started the show with Paralympian the "Armless Archer" Matt Stutzman talking about his question to make it to the Tokyo games this summer. Then Philadelphia Union Coach Jim Curtin joined us for some soccer talk, looking at the MLS season so far and the CONCACAF Tournament. And finally author Steve Mandis hopped on to talk about his new book, "What happened to the USMNT: The Ugly Truth About the Beautiful Game."
Grant has an in-depth interview with Steven Mandis about his just-released book What Happened to the USMNT: The Ugly Truth About the Beautiful Game. Mandis, who has written previous books about the culture of Real Madrid and Italian soccer, explains his data- and interview-driven approach to studying the identity and styles of the U.S. men's national team over the past three decades. That research has led to some conclusions about the USMNT that might surprise you. This episode of Fútbol with Grant Wahl is brought to you by Fanatiz. La Liga has the best title race in Europe, and it's heading down to the final day. On Fanatiz, you can watch all the action in La Liga, Ligue 1 and other international leagues and tournaments live and on-demand from your mobile phone, tablet or directly on your TV with the Fanatiz app. Fanatiz features channels you know, like BeIN Sports in English and Spanish, GolTV and many more. And it costs only $7.99 a month. If you'd like to try Fanatiz for yourself, you can get a free week-long trial by going to fntz.co/Grant-FZ. Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqIhXWUw0H4
Author Steven Mandis discusses and debates his book, What Happened To The USMNT: The Ugly Truth About The Beautiful Game, with Ken Pendleton and Joshua Gordon. This book is an essential read that challenges conventional wisdom and the state of soccer in the United States. The research is thought-provoking and engaging and is bound to […] The post What Happened To The USMNT | The Ugly Truth About The Beautiful Game appeared first on Sports Conflict Institute.
Leon Mann, entrepreneur cum activist, broadcaster turned filmmaker, is the latest to join us on Inside the Beautiful Game.Leon joined Inside from his home in the UK to talk about his beloved Spurs, his career in football journalism, the Football Blacklist that he co-founded, racism in football, the recent social media boycott undertaken by players, clubs, governing bodies, the failed European Super League and so much more. This episode was recorded on April 30th, 2021.You can find Inside the Beautiful Game on Facebook and follow the pod on Twitter @InsideTBG or on podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/inside-the-beautiful-game-991478Please leave us a review and 5* rating either on Apple podcasts or at ratethispodcast.com/inside. Thanks!
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Today J dives into the world of Patrick Rothfuss' Name of the Wind to discuss Cinder's secret identity as Bredon, the beautiful game he's playing with Kvothe and why he's doing it! Carlin Brothers Candles ►► https://www.CarlinBrothersCoffee.com Edited by :: Riley Murtagh
We welcome you back from our hiatus with a guest who has also come out of a long hiatus! Our old friend Dave Knittel has recently announced that his popular YouTube channel, "The Soccer Tavern" is making a return! Dave talks about his inspiration for creating videos about the history and culture behind "The Beautiful Game" and how his strategy of "Evergreen content" resulted in him growing by over 1500 subscribers despite not publishing a new video for over one year. His content features material from England (Premier League), Germany (Bundesliga), National Teams (World Cup, European Cup), and some classic smaller clubs in the United States. He also talks about dealing with the critique and the comments that used to bother him and the challenges of appealing to club supporter groups who are very passionate about their clubs. Be sure to follow The Soccer Tavern. You'll learn a lot! - YouTube Facebook Twitter Twitter (Dave's Account) Instagram Also, check out his merch shop for the latest gear!
Patreon.com/radiofreelabour We're back folks! This week Josh manages to fit soccer into the format of the show somehow. We talk about the European Super League for the first half of the show, a proposal by billionaire owners that was shut down by the protests of fans across Europe. Weird how if we all come together the wealthy few can't stop us, I don't know it's probably just a passing thought. Afterwards, Kris does another reading, this time a school that let's unvaccinated teachers hug their students, but persecutes vaccinated teachers or something? It's in Florida so, you know.
James Montague, football writer and award-winning author, is the latest to join us on Inside the Beautiful Game.James joined Inside from his home in Turkey to talk about his incredible travels in football that have taken him to all the far flung corners of the world in pursuit of some of the most interesting and obscure stories that game has thrown up while researching his four books: When Friday Comes: Football, War & Revolution in the Middle East, Thirty One Nil: On The Road With Football's Outsiders, a World Cup Odyssey, The Billionaires Club: The Unstoppable Rise of Football's Super-Rich Owners and his latest, 1312: Among the Ultras, A Journey With the World’s Most Extreme Fans. This episode was recorded on March 23rd, 2021.This episode was recorded on April 14, 2021.You can find Inside the Beautiful Game on Facebook and follow the pod on Twitter @InsideTBG or on podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/inside-the-beautiful-game-991478Please leave us a review and 5* rating either on Apple podcasts or at ratethispodcast.com/inside. Thanks!
A very gentle run / walk round and round Clissold Park this week, due to Paul being a little up against it physically and emotionally. Featuring what it’s like to lose someone you love, what happens when the football people fight the power, pirates at play, Rob’s heavy training-and-gaming schedule, and the grubby underbelly of the Vaporfly generation.In memory of Kathleen Berry.Thank you SO MUCH to all of you who have ‘bought us a coffee’ - or more - through the Acast Supporter button; you’re all wonderful.You can pre-order Rob's book Running Tracks here - https://unbound.com/books/running-tracks/ - and get Paul’s book 26.2 Miles to Happiness here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/26-2-Miles-Happiness-Comedians-Marathon/dp/1472966260 Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/runningcommentary. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Frank McAvennie , former St Mirren, West Ham, Celtic and Scotland striker, is our latest guest on Inside the Beautiful Game.Frank joined Inside from his home in the UK to talk about his incredible career both on and off the pitch that started with him being told he’d never make in football all the way to the World Cup in Mexico in 1986 and plenty more besides, including getting sent off and scoring in the Old Firm, shopping on Rodeo Drive with Graeme Souness, playing with Tony Cottee, being unhappy with Sir Alex Ferguson and starring on Terry Wogan! This episode was recorded on April 14, 2021.You can find Inside the Beautiful Game on Facebook and follow the pod on Twitter @InsideTBG or on podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/inside-the-beautiful-game-991478Please leave us a review and 5* rating either on Apple podcasts or at ratethispodcast.com/inside. Thanks!
Episode 61 features Franklin Sirmans. He has been the director of the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) since fall 2015. Since coming to PAMM, he has overseen the acquisition of more than a thousand works of art by donation or purchase. At PAMM, Sirmans has pursued his vision of PAMM as “the people’s museum,” representing a Miami lens, by strengthening existing affiliate groups such as the PAMM Fund for African American Art and creating the International Women’s Committee and the Latin American and Latinx Art Fund. Sirmans has organized Toba Khedoori (2017) and he was cocurator of The World’s Game: Futbol and Contemporary Art (2018). Prior to his appointment he was the department head and curator of contemporary art at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) from 2010 until 2015. At LACMA Sirmans organized Toba Khedoori; Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada; Variations: Conversations in and around Abstract Painting; Fútbol: The Beautiful Game; and Ends and Exits: Contemporary Art from the Collections of LACMA and The Broad Art Foundation. From 2006 to 2010 he was curator of modern and contemporary art at The Menil Collection in Houston where he organized several exhibitions including NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith; Maurizio Cattelan: Is Their Life Before Death?; and Vija Celmins: Television and Disaster, 1964–1966. From 2005 to 2006 Sirmans was a curatorial advisory committee member at MoMA/PS1. He was the artistic director of Prospect.3 New Orleans from 2012 until 2014. He was awarded the 2007 David C. Driskell Prize, administered by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Photo credit: 2013 Museum Associates LACMA Perez Art Museum Miami https://www.pamm.org/blog/2015/09/franklin-sirmans-named-director-p%C3%A9rez-art-museum-miami https://www.pamm.org/ Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_Sirmans The Warhol https://www.warhol.org/jessica-beck-and-franklin-sirmans-in-conversation-about-jean-michel-basquiat/ Brooklyn Rail https://brooklynrail.org/2017/06/art/Franklin-Sirmans-with-Laila-Pedro Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/franklin-sirmans-b116041ab/detail/recent-activity/ Basquiat and the Bayou https://www.amazon.com/Basquiat-Bayou-Franklin-Sirmans/dp/3791354043
It has been described as the most universal cultural mode there has ever been, but is football a worthwhile object of study for historians?Sports journalist and author Jonathan Wilson joins Dominic Sandbrook and Tom Holland to look at the history of the game and how it became Britain’s most successful export.A Goalhanger Films & Left Peg Media productionProduced by Jack DavenportExec Producer Tony PastorTwitter:@TheRestHistory@holland_tom@dcsandbrookEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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It's high summer in the Italian beach resort of Rimini. But Garry Rogers isn’t on holiday. He’s working undercover, infiltrating some of Britain's most dangerous soccer hooligans as they enjoy the 1990 World Cup. Vanessa Kirby follows Garry into a violent world of booze, beatings and naked belligerence as he walks a thin line between lawman and thug. Could YOU handle the pressure? From SPYSCAPE, the home of secrets. A Cup And Nuzzle production. Series producer: Gemma Newby. Produced by Tim Mansell. Music by Nick Ryan.