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Cruise News Briefing - October 5, 2021. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico anticipates 14 cruise ship calls this month. Navantia shipyard in Cadiz, Spain is currently servicing eight cruise ships in wet and dry docks. Storylines, Inc. has added more large residences on its upcoming condo ship, MV Narrative. Cruise stocks were down for CCL, NCLH, and RCL.
The boys delve into the incredible cataclysm that was Real Madrid losing to the curiously named "Sheriff", hailing from a disputed region in Moldova (00:10), before rewinding a bit and catching up on almost a week's worth of La Liga action, with Real Madrid looking unstoppable against Mallorca (32:57), Barcelona drawing to Cadiz away with some awful refereeing (45:03), and Real Madrid finally fall victim to the vampire Unai Emery again as they fail to score at Villareal (56:46). Also - Ansu Fati makes a return good enough for Hollywood as Barcelona suddenly look competent with Ronald Koeman suspended against Levante (1:07:06), and finally Payton predicts Barcelona's big midweek game against Benfica in the Champions League (1:26:21).
The Barca Breakdown discuss the results of Barca vs. Levante at the Camp Nou. Barca took 3 points, defeating Levante 3-0. Early, Depay won a penalty and scored for an early lead. Moving forward, Dest, acting as the left back in place of Alba, cut to the middle and delivered a ball for Luuk De Jong to score his first Barca goal. In the 81', Ansu Fati returned to the pitch for the first time in a year. In the first 9 minutes of his return, Fati took one to the back of the net, sealing a triumphant return as all had hoped. We further speak on improvements against Levante from the Cadiz and Granada games. These include better passing, more forward movement, and a fight to the end. Interestingly, this game showed Koeman away from the bench due to the red card against Cadiz, and assistant coach Alfred Schreuder was on the bench. We are very excited to see Fati perform well, and we will hopefully see Dembele, Aguero, and Braithwaite back with the team soon enough. Barca have some tough games coming up in the Champions League vs. Benfica, and against Atletico Madrid in La Liga. We need all fans to be in support of the team to see if we have a chance to win titles this season. Please like, comment and subscribe to our channel! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarcaBreakdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barcabreakdown Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple/Itunes Podcast. Please support the Barca Breakdown and subscribe to our channel and like our videos. Please let us know in the comments what type of content you want to see more of!
El equipo Barcelona no pudo pasar del empate ante Cadiz y se enrarece la relación entre el técnico Ronald Koeman y el presidente del club Joan Laporta. Dionisio Estrada analiza la situación en can Barça y el clásico nacional entre el América y Chivas.
It was a jampacked preview of the weekend in Major League SoccerWe preview Atlanta United and Philly and the other games on the docket plus give the Ronald Koeman update after Barca draws on Thursday
The FC crew break down another dreary performance from Barcelona after they fail to find the answers against Cadiz in a 0-0 draw. Plus, the panel debate whether Kylian Mbappe needs to be more humble on the pitch, and argue whether Chelsea vs Man City on the weekend is set up to be a classic.
Join your favorite American soccer fans as they delve into another fabulously dramatic weekend of La Liga action, as Mark celebrates another incredible late comeback from Real Madrid against Valencia (6:25). Payton then walks us through the curious 1-1 draw for Barcelona against Granada (27:38), and makes a bold prediction on what that could mean for Ronald Koeman. Also - the boys guess lineups, goalscorers, and final scores for the midweek games, with Real Madrid facing Mallorca (58:08) and Barcelona taking on Cadiz (50:30).
Sparks fly on the latest pod as Sam, Rik and Toni get stuck into Barcelona's 1-1 draw with Granada on Monday night. Listen up, because Barça are in action again on Thursday night against Cadiz and we will pod again for our Patreon subscribers.Topics: --Atmosphere at Camp Nou--Is Koeman right?--Awesome Araujo--Rik's ratings--Andrea Pirlo--Will Ronald last the week?For more pods and the chance to win an Ansu Fati No 10 shirt, sign up at: https://www.patreon.com/siemprepod
Our resident host Eduardo Siles is joined by Spanish and European football and betting expert Alvaro Romeo to preview every single match of La Liga this year. For all the latest La Liga odds, head to http://oddspedia.com/football where you'll find everything you need to secure your best bet. Here's the show: 00:00 La Liga Betting Preview Show Introduction 02:39 Mallorca vs Espanyol betting tips and predictions 05:23 Valencia vs Alaves betting tips and predictions 07:22 Celta Vigo vs Athletic Bilbao betting tips and predictions 10:08 Elche vs Sevilla betting tips and predictions 12:22 Real Sociedad vs Levante betting tips and predictions 14:06 Real Betis vs Real Madrid betting tips and predictions 16:20 Barcelona vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 18:24 Cadiz vs Osasuna betting tips and predictions 20:49 Rayo Vallecano vs Granada betting tips and predictions 22:49 Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal betting tips and predictions 25:20 La Liga ACCA of the Week Please like this video, share and subscribe to our channel. Plus, make sure you don't miss any of Oddspedia's new content by clicking the notifications bell. Let's stay connected: Facebook | facebook.com/oddspedia Twitter | twitter.com/oddspedia Instagram | instagram.com/oddspedia Podcast | poti.fi/3hY12IG Head to http://oddspedia.com now! #LaLiga #Oddspedia #BettingTips
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. La Liga betting tips, odds, picks & predictions on Matchday 2 of the 2021/22 Primera Division season from Oddspedia. We've got the best betting picks and insight throughout the new La Liga season, so let's take a look at Matchday 2 in Spain. Subscribe to Oddspedia to never miss our La Liga predictions & betting previews!
This is an audio version of our YouTube video. La Liga betting tips and predictions for the 2021/22 season from Oddspedia. We've got the best betting picks and insight ahead of the new La Liga season, starting with Matchday 1 in Spain. We start our La Liga betting preview of 2021/22 with a decent game as Valencia take on Getafe at the Mestalla. this game looks finely balanced but the hosts are marginal favourites in the curtain raiser for the Liga season on Friday night. Espanol are back in Spain's top-flight after achieving promotion from the Segunda following a 1-year absence. Their pre-season has not been very good and their first encounter in the Primera Division will be against Osasuna. Both Cadiz and Levante will be happy to repeat last year's performances as Cadiz remained in the division following a great debut year, and Levante performed well in the first half of the season which kept them afloat. They meet on Matchday One. Another famous Spanish side returning to the top-flight are Mallorca. They begin their new venture against Real Betis. This will be an interesting campaign for the Andalusians, with them in their second year under Manuel Pellegrini. Real Madrid are the favourites for La Liga title in 21/22, it will also be Carlo Ancelotti's spell in charge of Los Blancos. Without Lionel Messi in the division, it's up to them to take the title tilt to their nearest city rivals Atletico. Current champions Atletico Madrid have been handed a tricky start to the new season as they travel north to Galicia to take on Celta Vigo, who are expected to perform much better than they did last year. Barcelona have obviously lost their talisman Lionel Messi but they've also lost Sergio Aguero owing to injury. They've brought in Memphis Depay and a couple of new faces, however, they may not actually be able to feature due to an ongoing issue with finances and registration between Barcelona and La Liga. Sevilla welcome back Rayo Vallecano to La Liga after a couple of seasons away. The posh club from Andalusia had a strong campaign last year after qualifying for the Champions League and will want to push on from here. The penultimate match of our La Liga betting preview sees Europa League holders Villarreal host Granada. This is Unai Emery's second season in charge of the Yellow Submarine and it will be interesting to see how they contend with (once again) playing on both the continental and domestic fronts. Our final game in our La Liga betting preview is Elche against Athletic Bilbao. The away opponents had a pretty horrible campaign last season after losing twe Copa del Rey finals in a space of about 2 weeks, but manager Marcelino has had a full summer now to focus on the new project, so it will be up to him to make improvements and positive changes to the squad. Here's the show: 00:00 La Liga Introduction 01:50 Valencia vs Getafe betting tips and predictions 05:35 Osasuna vs Espanyol betting tips and predictions 09:11 Cadiz vs Levante betting tips and predictions 12:16 Mallorca vs Real Betis betting tips and predictions 14:52 Alaves vs Real Madrid betting tips and predictions 19:38 Celta Vigo vs Atletico Madrid betting tips and predictions 21:53 Barcelona vs Real Sociedad betting tips and predictions 25:31 Sevilla vs Rayo Vallecano betting tips and predictions 28:00 Villareal vs Granada betting tips and predictions 30:24 Elche vs Athletic Bilbao betting tips and predictions 33:00 La Liga ACCA of the Week
Regalos de Cumpleaños que se convierten en experiencias vitales, Andalucia, Cadiz, el vino, el arte y los cineastas famosos se entremezclan en este podcast con sabor a Sur. Descarga el episodio Para conocer el trabajo de Lygnum entra en el ENLACE Para entrar en el Patreon Gravinero Enlace para tener acceso al GoogleDocs Gravinero. Enlace para tener acceso al Indice Gravinero. The post Episodio 211 (Camara del tiempo, vino Quentin Tarantino) appeared first on Gravina 82.
Sherry'en i dette afsnit er aller venligst skænket af Vinimondo https://vinimondo.dk/ Find en smagekasse her: https://vinimondo.dk/collections/sherry/products/sherry-vin-for-begyndre For at begynde historien skal vi til den vestlige del af Andalusien og byen Cadiz. Vi skal til helt nye græsgange, når vi snakker lugt og smag. Faktisk er det nærmest uoverskueligt at beskrive afsnittet nærmere. Det skal bare lyttes - René giver den fuld smadder! Hvad er biologisk lagring og hvad er oxidativ lagring? Hvordan lugter og smager en aldehyd og hvad er flor? Hvad er forskellen Oloroso sherry, Fino sherry, Mancania sherry, Amontillado sherry og Palo Cortado sherry? Vi skal høre om de glemte tønder og en lille anekdote og høre lidt om kork. Til slut runder vi vinåret 2018. Vi smager på: Aurora Manzanilla - DO Sanlucar de Barramedahttps://vinimondo.dk/collections/sherry/products/aurora-manzanilla-do-sanlucar-de-barrameda Sánchez Romate - Amontillado "Olvidado" https://vinimondo.dk/collections/sherry/products/sanchez-romate-amontillado-olvidado-1-5-toneles-do-jerez-xeres-sherry Cayetano del Pino - Palo Cortadohttps://vinimondo.dk/collections/sherry/products/cayetano-del-pino-palo-cortado-1-5-viejisimo Besøg os på Facebook og Instagram, hvor man kan vinde vin og se billeder og andet godt. https://www.facebook.com/vinforbegyndere https://www.instagram.com/vinforbegyndere Web: https://www.radioteket.dk/ Kontakt: firstname.lastname@example.org Musik: Jonas Landin
4-time Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Michael League is the founder of Snarky Puppy and musical director for David Crosby and has just released his debut solo album So Many Me via GroundUP Music. Quarantine found League in a tiny apartment in Cadiz, Spain with no Snarky Puppy projects or major production gigs on the horizon. He found himself with the time to compile the footnotes, drafts and melodies he'd collected over the years with the intent of pulling together a solo record. Michael had the idea of creating a textural landscape with thick vocal harmonies; a mix of Turkish, Moroccan and Kurdish percussion and synthesizers. Throughout the album, League rediscovers the music of his own past, exploring 1980's soundscapes and drops in references spanning from Tears for Fears to Talking Heads. Support The Portland Podcast by visiting http://pdxpodcast.com/ & rating on Apple Podcasts. Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/pdxpod)
Cruise News Briefing - May 24, 2021. Royal Caribbean submitted restart paperwork to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control on Friday afternoon. We are now seeing what the older Carnival Cruise Line ships will look like with the new paint jobs. Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas entered dry dock last week in Cadiz, Spain. Cruise Line stocks were down for CCL, RCL, and NCLH.
Will, Davey and Lucas examine a big question splitting Nashville SC fans everywhere: should the team extend Jhonder Cadiz's stay in the team? Plus: Ben Wright joins the show to break down the Real Salt Lake game and talk Austin FC.
Will, Davey and Lucas examine a big question splitting Nashville SC fans everywhere: should the team extend Jhonder Cadiz's stay in the team? Plus: Ben Wright joins the show to break down the Real Salt Lake game and talk Austin FC.
It has been almost 3 years since Shawn Antil went missing close to his home in Cadiz, Ohio. Since then there has been more questions than answers on what happened on the night of his disappearance. This week we take a look into what happened and the stories that arose after that odd night. If you have a topic suggestion for us to cover please message us at email@example.com with your suggestion and we might just consider it for a future episode. Also be sure to find us on Facebook and Instagram, Twitter coming soon! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/conspiracyage)
The boys dive into the strange and confusing world that is the already defunct Super League (00:07), and discuss the reasons why Real and Barcelona are still holding out for an idea that was dead on arrival. Also, there is football to discuss as its one of the most exciting La Liga title races in memory, as four teams battle it out with just one month to go to crown a champion. Mark thanks Real Madrid for saving his heart health with an easy 3-0 stroll over Cadiz (19:47), and Payton wonders where this Sergio Busquets has been all year as he leads Barcelona to a critical 5-2 victory over a tough Getafe side (35:30). Then Mark previews this weekend's Real Madrid-Real Betis match (58:30), and Payton discusses how Barcelona will line up for their date with Villareal (1:03:48).
Long-time water lawyer Scott Slater discusses the Cadiz water project and touches on everything from environmental issues to water equity to efficient use of infrastructure. Take a listen to gain a unique perspective on the development of a water project and how it impacts society in general. In this session, you’ll learn about: Scott’s long tenure as a California water lawyer The background of the Cadiz water project What a dry lake is How the Cadiz project intercepts groundwater before it evaporates in dry lakes The history of environmental review of the Cadiz project How the Cadiz project achieved a zero environmental impact designation The current state of the opposition to the Cadiz water project How water development relates to economic development activities and housing How the Cadiz project takes advantage of existing infrastructure and land rights How data has played a role in developing the Cadiz project The impact of the Cadiz water project on the equitable distribution of water Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include: Scott’s LinkedIn Page The Cadiz Water Project’s website LA Times article on the Cadiz Water Project TWV #133: Resiliency and Regionalism in Southern California with Metropolitan’s Jeffrey Kightlinger TWV #073: The Coachella Valley’s Water Story with CVWD’s Board President John Powell, Jr. Thank You! Thanks to each of you for listening and spreading the word about The Water Values Podcast! Keep the emails coming and please rate and review The Water Values Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher if you haven’t done so already. And don’t forget to tell your friends about the podcast and whatever you do, don’t forget to join The Water Values mailing list!
This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here’s some more details about the show: It’s a warm welcome then to the man himself: Dr. Brad Stone - the JazzWeek Programmer of the Year 2017, who's here every Thursday to present The Creative Source - a two hour show, highlighting jazz-fusion and progressive jazz flavours from back then, the here and now, plus occasional forays into the future. Please feel free to get in touch with Brad with any comments or suggestions you might have; he’ll be more than happy to hear from you: firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Enjoy! The Creative Source 15th April 2021 Artist - Track - Album - Year Ben Patterson Alternate Reality Push the Limits 2021 Michael Dease Zanderfied Give it All You Got 2021 Jennifer Wharton's Bonegasm Face Value Not a Novelty 2021 John Hasselback III Blood Orange Entrance 2021 Steve Slagle I Remember Britt Nascentia (Birth) 2021 Amit Friedman Name Droppin' Unconditional Love 2021 Mark Lewis Quartet Naked Animals Naked Animals 2021 Vinnie Riccitelli Octet Maids of Cadiz For the Record 2020 Vinnie Riccitelli Octet Along Came Betty For the Record 2020 Charles Langford New Day Powerless 2021 Lorne Lofsky Seven Steps This Song is New 2021 Perry Smith Cyclic Episode Peace 2021 Veronica Swift The Sports Page This Bitter Earth 2021 Ray Gallon Hanks a Lot Make Your Move 2021 Pino Palladino and Blake Mills Chris Dave Notes with Attachements 2021 Richard Ford Orfafardo Basso Profundissimo 2021 The Offerings of Curtis Andrews The Shape Shifter Speaking Hands 2021 Natsuki Tamura / Satoko Fujii Dreamer Keshin 2020 The post The Creative Source (#CreativeSource) – 15th April 2021 appeared first on SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®.
It's been another busy couple of weeks of football in this relentless season and Rebecca & Alex are back to chat about the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League and much more. We start with today's breaking news that 12 European clubs have reportedly agreed to form a European Super League, including Liverpool and Chelsea. We discuss the potential ramifications, whether we think this will actually happen or it's just the top clubs using it as leverage, why the 'Top Six' might want this change, and generally rant about money in football and owners vs fans. On a more positive note, Chelsea are looking good in all competitions right now and we discuss the controlled performances and wins vs Man City in the FA Cup and Porto in the Champions League, consider their chances against Real Madrid in the semi final, chat about squad depth, and analyse Reece James and Ben Chilwell's recent performances. Liverpool are having a less fun time of it, although the second leg performance vs Real Madrid had a lot of positives. We consider Liverpool's top four chances in the Premier League, where the goals need to be coming from, and inevitably get involved in the Trent Alexander-Arnold defending / England discourse. Elsewhere, we look at Solskjaer vs Mourinho, Arsenal's inconsistency, West Ham dropping points vs Newcastle United, Leicester's house party problems, Norwich returning to the Premier League, and (sadly) another discussion about racism in football following UEFA's bans for Ondrej Kudela and Glen Kamara, plus the recent incident in La Liga in Cadiz vs Valencia. Plus, previews of Leeds United vs Liverpool and Chelsea vs Brighton, the Chelsea meerkat, the Dulux Twitter admin, hot water bottles, Masterchef spoilers, salt control, cat weddings, Brendan Rodgers' dancing, playing hockey without kneepads, the meat in the sandwich, and 'Leeds Things To Chance'. And please sign up at patreon.com/diditcross for loads more exclusive football podcasts. **Please take the time to rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, as it makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
The Athletic's Adam Crafton speaks to Valencia president Anil Murthy to get his view on the incident which took place during the game between Valencia and Cadiz on Sunday when Valencia defender Mouctar Diakhaby accused Cadiz's Juan Cala of racially abusing him, which lead to the Valencia players leaving the pitch for 20 minutes. The following days have seen Cala issue a strong denial that he used the language he was accused of using, and in turn Valencia have continued to come out strongly in support of Diakhaby. In this interview Anil Murthy explains his thoughts on how the incident was dealt with at the time, how he thinks La Liga and Spanish football should deal with any future incidents of this nature, and he expresses his disappointment with the lack of progress being made on racism in football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimbo is joined by Rafa Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Alvaro Romeo to look ahead to some mouth-watering Champions League quarter-finals. Liverpool travel to Madrid to face a Ramos-less Real. Will the Reds go with 4 up front? Man City host Dortmund, who lose a massive game against Eintracht Frankfurt in the race for the top 4. The Haaland camp have been meeting Barcelona and Real Madrid. Can anyone afford him this summer? And will missing out on Champions League football see Sancho leave Dortmund in this next transfer window? Pochettino is feeling the pressure as PSG lose to leaders Lille in France. Next up, it’s Bayern Munich in a rematch of last year’s final. Will Verratti be a bigger absentee than Lewandowski? Also on Wednesday, Juventus play Napoli in Serie A, a game with plenty of previous, with major implications for the top 4. And Real Sociedad win the first ever Basque Copa Del Rey final, with their manager in particular enjoying it. But there’s another regrettable racism row involving Valencia and Cadiz in La Liga. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Moment of the weekend (02m 30s) • PART 1b: Real Madrid v Liverpool preview (06m 40s) • PART 1c: Man City v Dortmund preview (13m 40s) • PART 2: Real Sociedad win the Basque cup final (23m 00s) • PART 3: Bayern v PSG preview (29m 00s) • PART 4: Serie A, Europa League & your questions (41m 43s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £4 A MONTH: • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we’re sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thomas Tuchel has had it all his own way since taking over at Chelsea, but then he had not faced Callum Robinson - until Saturday afternoon. We also discuss the question of whether Erling Haaland can take control of Manchester City's transfer policy. Then we're joined by Dermot Corrigan to talk about the allegation of racism that caused Valencia to walk off in their game against Cadiz, and how Real Madrid are feeling ahead of Liverpool's visit tomorrow. Plus there's Silva the winner, same old Jose and glazed Neville Bros.
Luis Miguel Echegaray welcomes Heath Pearce to recap another busy weekend of action. First, we head to the Premier League as Liverpool beat Arsenal and Chelsea were destroyed by...West Brom? Man City continued to do their thing with another convincing victory, this time against Leicester City, while Man United ended the matchday with a win over Brighton. The guys then discuss La Liga where a terrible scenario unfolded between Valencia and Cadiz and another alleged racist incident, while Sevilla held Atlético Madrid. There's Bundesliga and Ligue 1 chatter, especially on Neymar, as he once again had another tantrum after losing to Lille. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Diego Lorijn discuss: - Mini Real Madrid - Atalanta preview - Barcelona vs Cadiz breakdown - Is Clement Lenglet ok? - Diego Lorijn's feelings about the game and Barca in general - Real Madrid are not that good either - Ronald Koeman vs Zinedine Zidane - Real Madrid's allies - Pau Gasol - Raptors' resurgence - A list of Lenglet's gaffs - And more. Did you enjoy the churros? Get a more raw version every Friday only on Patreon.com/ChurrosyTacticas
A high FC Barcelona defensive line against PSG in the Champions League gave up four goals. The second leg may an insurmountable hurdle. In La Liga, the defense of Cadiz proved to be impenetrable for Barca, and two crucial points dropped may have taken away any glimmer of hope for domestic glory. | Hosts: Gabriel Quiroga https://twitter.com/BarcaTalkPod | Alejandro Villegas https://twitter.com/alejandrovg32 | Join Our Patreon Community: http://tiny.cc/btshowpatreon | ¡Get our newsletter! https://mailchi.mp/1812f1156af4/barcatalkpod
On today's Weekend Review edition of The Total Soccer Show, Ryan Bailey and Graham Ruvthen break down 4 big games from this past weekend: 0:00 - Tottenham vs. Arsenal: Kane and Son combine to pour more misery on Mikel Arteta, whose side were lacking all over the field. 27.40 - Liverpool vs. Wolves: Jurgen Klopp’s side were ruthless in their destruction of Wolves, who instilled a puzzling formation switch in Raul Jimenez’s absence… 44.19 - Bayern Munich vs. RB Leipzig: The most thrilling match of the weekend took place in Bavaria, where Bayern Munich’s passive approach to defending allowed Leipzig to stay within a sniff of title contention! 57.45 - Cadiz vs. Barcelona: The Catalans slumped to their fourth league defeat of the season against a highly impressive Cadiz side who have already taken points from Real Madrid and Athletic Club in this campaign. Sponsors! Today's episode is brought to you by... The Athletic! Check out theathletic.com/TSS to receive two all-access subscriptions for the price of one! Indochino! Get $30 off any purchase of $399 or more at Indochino.com by using the code “athletic” at checkout. Fubo.tv! Visit fubotv.com/TSS for 15% off your first month and a free trial. LinkedIn Jobs! Head to LinkedIn.com/TSS to get $50 off your first job post Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ahead of this weekend's El Clasico (Barcelona hosting Real Madrid), Taylor talks to Graham Ruthven about the respective states of both clubs, as well as how he thinks the game could play out... and why it might not quite as electrifying as seasons past. Plus, Diego Simeone's coaching philosophy, why we should be watching Cadiz, and Sevilla's title aspirations (and why their lack of depth in one key position might be a problem). Note: If you want to send a letter to Daryl, you can mail it to our office and I'll make sure it gets delivered. The address is 530 East Main Street, Suite 912, Richmond, VA, 23219. Sponsors! Today's episode is brought to you by... DoorDash! Get $5 off and zero delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code TSS HelloFresh! Go to HelloFresh.com/80tss and use code 80tss to get a total of $80 off across 5 boxes, including free shipping on your first box Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices