In-form forward Emmanuel Dennis joins Hornets legend Tommy Mooney and host Michael Kurn live in the studio for this week's Inside The Hive .HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
Hear exclusively from Maduka Okoye for the first time since the Nigeria international goalkeeper agreed to sign for the Hornets! Host Michael Kurn will also be joined in the studio by Watford FC Women Head Coach Clinton Lancaster and midfielder Amber Stobbs.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
Embark on an audible adventure with Daniel Finton, Alfie Culshaw and Rob Worthington as they analyse all of the latest news regarding Arsenal. This week, WLYA Chief Editor Alfie hosts with Daniel absent and he is joined exclusively by Rob in an all English ACP special. Arsenal's marginal yet comfortable weekend victory over Watford is discussed, Claudio Ranieri's post-game tears are laughed at before the guys move on to some more general discussion about Arsenal, specifically concerning the team's potential ceiling for this season and whether a top four finish is indeed possible for Mikel Arteta's men.
Watford FC Sporting Director Cristiano Giaretta joins host Michael Kurn and Hornets legend Tommy Mooney live in the studio for our new midweek show from 7pm until 8pm GMT.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
It's been another highly successful week at Footballland and we're delighted to announce THREE new rides! One of which came from listener and patron Nick Dunmore. Remember, you can send us any of your half-baked ride ideas and we're contractually obliged to discuss them! Sign up to the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheFootballlandHere's what's on the menu at Footballland this week:Claudio Ranieri's Operating TheatreHe's known as the tinkerman, but what if we let Claudio Ranieri tinker with human bodies instead of relegation threatened Premier League football clubs? Leicester's favourite Italian is given a full range of medical equipment and free rein on anyone who gets crocked at the park. Dilly Ding Dilly Chloroform! First Off, Last Off The Training Ground It was a pleasure to receive this ride idea from listener and patron Nick Dunmore. Nick was concerned that Footballland did not yet have a 'touch the truck' style game, and he has cleverly invented one which ties in with the ultra-professional mentality of your Cristiano Ronaldo's and your James Milner's of this world (of this world). Thanks, Nick! Teemu Pukki's Pies In a first for Footballland, we received an idea from a current Premier League footballer. Teemu Pukki of Norwich City has been fascinated with the brand Pukka Pies in fish and chip shops throughout the UK, and would like to add a finish twist to the takeaway staple. Trouble is, Finnish cuisine is the absolute worst in the world. Will Teemu's concoctions catch on?As ever we love to hear from you. Send us your jingles, your ideas, your thought. We'll feature everything you throw at us! All the best,Anthony, Mark and Ryan Footballland Explained:Having accidentally been given $1 billion dollars by Qatar to build a football themed theme park in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup. Anthony Richardson, Mark Davison and Ryan Baxter are in a race against the clock to design and commission the most exciting football themed theme park rides in the history of football themed theme parks. Anthony Richardson - CEO of Footballland Mark Davison - Lord Sir Chief Ride EngineerRyan Baxter - InternSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/footballland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Í þætti vikunnar verður farið yfir vandræðaganginn í Juventus sem endaði á því að liðið var sent í æfingabúðir. Bjarki Steinn skrifaði undir nýjan samning hjá Venezia, hvernig lítur framhaldið út hjá honum? Sampdoria saknar Claudio Ranieri og toppbaráttan er hnífjöfn á milli Napoli og AC Milan. Ítalski boltinn er hlaðvarpsþáttur sem fjallar einungis um ítalska boltann. Björn Már Ólafsson er umsjónarmaður.
We have a special guest this week as former Manchester United, Chelsea, Aston Villa and Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich joins us from Sydney to discuss the latest in Serie A and look at the Italian clubs in the Champions League. "Bozza" is a co-host of Stan Sports Australia's European competitions coverage. We find out from Mark how close he came to playing in Serie A, and for which club, as well as about his experience at Chelsea under much loved Italian manager Claudio Ranieri. Nicky asks if Mister Ranieri used his "dilly ding dilly dong" bell during Chelsea training!Plus... It wouldn't be an episode without discussing the current crisis at Juventus who are now 16 points off the pace after consecutive losses against Sassuolo and Verona, while "Cholito" Simeone continues his recent run of unstoppable scoring thanks to some interesting inspiration.The big match of Sunday night was Roma at home to Milan, with the rossoneri coming away with the result, leaving the human headline manager Jose Mourinho fuming at some refereeing decisions from the sidelines.Elsewhere, Napoli wins the derby with Salernitana while Lazio and Atalanta played out an exciting 2-2 draw with some dubious happenings in the stands.And Mina and Nicky discuss just how many horses are really in the race for this season's Serie A title now that both Milan and Napoli have pulled 7 points clear at the top of the table, and where does Inter Milan come into the equation?03:00 Juventus in crisis20:30 Giovanni Simeone can't stop scoring22:20 Champions League discussion with Boz28:22 Mark Bosnich discusses his career39:24 Roma v Milan the big Sunday night match52:57 Speaking Napoletano (Napoli chat)55:40 Is it a two - or more - horse race?60:24 Lazio and AtalantaDon't forget our ChroniclesQ&A mailbag show on Friday.Tweet us your questions to @serieAchronpod with the hashtag #ChroniclesQandAFor sponsorship opportunities with Serie A Chronicles podcast email email@example.com.Find Serie A Chronicles on social media (all the links here) and at our website serieachronicles.com.Please give us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts.You can also become a Chronicles Tifoso by supporting the podcast to help keep us running, at serieachronicles.com/supporter.Serie A Chronicles is a Media Chronicles production.Digital content and social media by Calido Media.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/serie-a-chronicles. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Three games into Claudio Ranieri's Watford reign and, after Watford's 1-0 home defeat to Southampton we find ourselves in a funny place - despair but not quite desperate. Jon, Mike Colin and Jason gathered to discuss the action and where the team, manager and one particular player didn't help us get the win. You'll also hear the story of the Airman who laid the wreath of remembrance before the game, many years of following Watford from around the world and Mike talks to Callum from Proud Hornets to discuss allyship and us learning a bit more from what life can be like for Watford fans in the LGBT community. Plus Geoff Wicken, editor of The Watford Treasury, tells us what we will find in the latest volume. This is From The Rookery End
Join Inside The Hive Live host Michael Kurn and Hornets legends Tommy Mooney and Gifton Noel-Williams from 7pm until 8pm BST in our new midweek show.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
Joe, Seb and Alex reconvene following Manchester United's humiliation at Old Trafford on Sunday... The trio attempt to agree on whether or not Liverpool actually needed to be *that* good to win, whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have resigned, who his managerial replacement could be and what the big plan for Jadon Sancho was before he was signed? Plus, how Barcelona are attempting to boost their transfer kitty, how Claudio Ranieri's Watford shocked Everton and how Man City loanee, Tommy Doyle, is getting on in Hamburg. Plus, merch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke, Paul Hirst and Alyson Rudd.Manchester United have suffered the most embarrassing loss in their Premier League history - but is Ole Gunnar Solskjær fully to blame? Did Liverpool even play to their full potential in their 5-0 victory? (00:00)Spurs have lost every London derby this season - what's the issue with Nuno's side and why are they creating so few chances? It can't ALL be down to Harry Kane's lack of form? (30:22)Watford silenced Goodison Park by putting five past Everton on Saturday. Is Rafa Benitez the right man for the job after all and did we get it wrong about Claudio Ranieri? (38:33)Norwich were on the end of a 7-0 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday. Do their fans deserve more and is Derby's record low points total in danger? (48:27)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Feargal Brennan, Jay Motty and Jonathan Smith look back over an incredible weekend of Premier League action across the last 48 hours.Crisis hit Manchester United suffered their heaviest ever Old Trafford defeat to Liverpool as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were battered 5-0 by Jurgen Klopp's rampant Reds. Manchester City kept up their winning run with a 4-1 victory at Brighton as Arsenal impressed in a 3-1 win at home to Aston Villa.Claudio Ranieri picked up his first win as Watford boss with a 5-2 thriller at Everton, Chelsea put SEVEN past rock bottom Norwich City and Leicester City edge out Brentford.
Ben Haines, former England international Anita Asante and the Daily Telegraph's Jim White look back on Watford's thrilling 5-2 win at Everton, as Josh King scored a hat-trick against his old club to give Claudio Ranieri his first win as Watford boss. There's also analysis of where Norwich are going wrong after their 7-0 thrashing at the hands of Premier League leaders Chelsea. The team also reflect on a 4-0 win for England over Northern Ireland in women's World Cup qualifying, and a preview of Manchester United against Liverpool on Sunday.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Roddy and Alyson Rudd.Newcastle's new chapter on the pitch has started, but things need some serious work to match the owners' ambition. The Times' Martin Hardy joins us, fresh from an eventful day at St James' Park (00:00)Away from the North East, what was the reaction elsewhere? Does it seem strange that Steve Bruce was in the dugout considering fans wanting him out? (10:27)Liverpool look back to their best - what's the key to their success and do they have the best player in the world in their squad? Given the nature of the defeat, how long will Claudio Ranieri last at Watford? (24:06)Have the wheels finally come off for Ole Gunnar Solskjær at Manchester United? Are the Red Devils just a group of individuals rather than a team? (37:56)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join Hive Live host Emma Saunders and Hornets legend Tommy Mooney as they break down Watford's defeat to Liverpool, including post-match reaction from Moussa Sissoko and in-game highlights.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss, Steve Bruce's 1,000th Premier League match... and if it was also his last, how the takeover at Newcastle will impact the Premier League, if Saturday's match between Leicester and Manchester United was more about Leicester being underrated or United being overrated, what has led Wolves and Liverpool to being top-5 defences, what happened to cause Wolves' 3-goal turnaround against Aston Villa, why Willy Boly can't get into Bruno Lage's XI, if Firmino still has a big role to play for Liverpool this season, how Claudio Ranieri's Watford set up and played, the summer signings who have impressed the most for our clubs thus far, and preview our coming matches. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Feargal Brennan is joined by Pete Hall and Jack Gaughan to review the return to Premier League action this weekend following the international break.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces more pressure as Manchester United lost 4-2 away at Leicester City with rivals Liverpool smashing five past Claudio Ranieri's Watford and Manchester City and Chelsea also winning.Southampton picked up their first Premier League win of 2021/22 at home to Leeds, as Wolves launched an incredible comeback to clinch the Black Country derby at Aston Villa and Newcastle's new era kicked off with defeat to Tottenham.
Darren Fletcher is joined by the former Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan and the former Newcastle defender Jonathan Woodgate as it's been confirmed that Steve Bruce will take charge of Newcastle on Sunday for his 1000th match in football management. The panel discuss whether the speculation around his job this week has been fair, how the new owners are going to transform Newcastle and if they will struggle to sign “superstar” players despite now being the richest club in the world. You'll also hear Pep Guardiola's reaction to Raheem Sterling's comments about wanting to play abroad in his career at some point. And the former Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot joins the pod to give us an insight into what it's like to play under Claudio Ranieri as he prepares to take his first game as Watford manager against Liverpool. Topics: 1'16” – Steve Bruce on what's happened at Newcastle this week 2'30” – Has the speculation around Steve Bruce's job this week been unfair? 8'12” – How long could the transformation of Newcastle take? 11'23” – Will Newcastle be able to persuade “superstar” players to join them? 16'30” – Should a sporting director be Newcastle's first new signing? 19'00” – Pep Guardiola's reaction to Raheem Sterling's comments about wanting to play abroad in his career 20'36” – What next for Sterling at Manchester City? 27'30” – Could the next month be crucial in Chelsea's bid to become Premier League champions? 36'38” – Melchiot gives us an insight into what it's like to play under Claudio Ranieri
Rog takes listener questions on WGFOP: The Bald. On today's show, rounding up the International Break, from Sergiño Dest bangers to downtrodden Harry Kane. Plus, the return of Claudio Ranieri, the looming departure of Steve Bruce, and Rog's conversation with Rafa Benitez.
Paul Gorst, Ian Doyle and Dan Kay join host Matt Addison for the Blood Red podcast to look back at Friday's lively Jurgen Klopp press conference and ahead to Watford vs Liverpool on Saturday. With Fabinho and Curtis Jones joining Thiago Alcantata on the sidelines, rightly riling Klopp in the process, could the match with Watford, for whom Claudio Ranieri will be taking charge for the first time, offer an opportunity to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain? And, on the opposite side, will Ismaila Sarr take the chance to impress his new manager Ranieri as well as Liverpool, who have been linked with the Hornets winger? Both questions are discussed before the panel pick Klopp's team for him and make their score predictions.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
It's a new dawn at St James' Park, so is a first win of the season finally on the cards for the Magpies? And has the die already been cast for Steve Bruce? Luis Miguel Echegaray, James Benge and Poppy Miller look ahead to Newcastle's first game since the Saudi takeover, Patrick Vieira's return to the bosom of the Arsenal fanbase and the start of Claudio Ranieri's firefighting mission with Watford. Plus, Jonathan Johnson reports on Gini Wijnaldum's miserable start to life at PSG and the plan to shrink Ligue 1. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hosts George Elek and Ian Irving (standing in for Dan this week) are joined by bet365's Steve Freeth to preview the return of Premier League football... The trio discuss Claudio Ranieri's tough start to life at Vicarage Road and whether Ismaila Sarr was guilty of 'coasting' last year? Plus, how the Arsenal faithful will feel if club legend Patrick Vieira, and his thrilling Crystal Palace side, can take the points on offer at the Emirates on Monday night? Are Chelsea still working out how best to use Lukaku, what do Newcastle have to get right before they can start spending their new-found fortune and more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle discuss the following:(0:45) Mike Ashley agreeing to the sale of Newcastle to a consortium of the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund, PCP Capital Partners led by Amanda Staveley and RB Sports & Media led by Simon and David Reuben. The gents have a thorough discussion of what this means for the short and long-term future of the Magpies and how it will affect the rest of the Premier League clubs.(22:00) A preview of Newcastle-Tottenham(23:30) A preview of Watford-Liverpool and thoughts on Watford appointing Claudio Ranieri as new manager(26:25) A preview of Leicester-Man United(28:45) A preview of Man City-Burnley(30:40) A preview of Brentford-Chelsea(34:25) A preview of Everton-West Ham(35:00) And a preview of Arsenal-Crystal Palace
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle to dissect the latest European football stories. With Claudio Ranieri's return to the Premier League, they look at his most recent time in Italy managing Roma and Sampdoria. Spanish starlet, Pedri, has signed a new contract extension with a release clause of one billion euros, and the panel ask can anyone be worth that much money? They dive into Luis Campos who is rumoured to be joining Newcastle as the next Sporting Director and why is Emmanuel Macron playing in centre midfield in France? Topics: 3'00 – Julien Laurens gloats over France's win against Spain in the Nations League final 8'00 – Is the Nations League a big deal? 13'20 – Claudio Ranieri with Simon Stone 16'01 – How do Italians view Ranieri? 26'48 – Pedri's billion dollar release clause 35'40 – Who is Luis Campos? 41'55 – Why is Emmanuel Macron playing in central midfield?
Watford defender William Troost-Ekong discusses Claudio Ranieri's Premier League return. We also hear from the Sierra Leone national team coach John Keister as the country looks ahead to competing in its first Africa Cup of Nations since 1996. Picture on website: William Troost-Ekong of Watford celebrates following a match against Millwall (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images).
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft.England ended the International break in lacklustre fashion at Wembley. Was it a mistake for Gareth Southgate to experiment with Mount and Foden playing? What did we learn from the two games? (00:00)FIFA are looking into the crowd trouble which lead to one arrest for an alleged racially aggravated public order offence. Should fans of a team with outstanding punishments for racism have been allowed to buy tickets? (17:04)Newcastle are preparing to play the first game of their new chapter as they host Spurs on Sunday. The Times' Martin Hardy joins us to discuss what we can expect to happen at St James' Park on Sunday (30:32)Claudio Ranieri takes charge of his first Watford game on Saturday as Liverpool make a trip south. Will the Italian be able to create the same magic he did at Leicester City? (40:28)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mike Calvin, Seb Stafford Bloor and Glenn Moore share the disquiet about the nature of Newcastle United's takeover, and warn the rebuild will take longer than the majority of fans appear to think. They welcome Claudio Ranieri back to the Premier League with Watford, suggest Leicester will reset their season at Manchester United's expense, and foresee sustained struggle for Norwich, Burnley and Southampton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The international break is over, the Premier League is back and so is Adam Leventhal with another From the Rookery End podcast, brought to you by The Athletic. Adam is joined by David Cameron Walker to reflect on what Claudio Ranieri had to say as he spoke to the media for the first time since becoming the new Watford Head Coach. There was plenty of the Italian's customary charm, wisdom and wit but we also gained plenty of interesting detail and insight in to how his Watford side may take shape in the coming weeks. The most pressing concern is of course the Liverpool game on Saturday so as well as hearing from Claudio we also cast our eye towards the game with a mixture of nervousness and excitement as yet another new era for Watford FC is set to get underway. Welcome Claudio, and COME ON YOU ORNS! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Edge of the Box is back following an international break and a late substitution sees George Elek replace host Dan Bardell this week, joined as ever by WhoScored.com's Martin Laurence and esteemed author and journalist Jonathan Wilson. The trio dissect all of the action ahead of gameweek eight, starting in the early kick-off as Watford begin life under Claudio Ranieri against an in-form Mo Salah. We later discuss the takeover at Newcastle including what to expect in the long and short term ahead of the visit of Tottenham before finishing with Monday Night Football as Patrick Vieira takes his Palace side to face former club Arsenal. As ever we cover the remaining fixtures in our regular ‘Just a Minute' feature, including Manchester United vs Leicester and Brentford vs Chelsea, and provide our tips for the action with exclusive bet boosts from our partners Bet Victor, which you can find below. Find all of our exclusive tips: https://www.betvictor.com/en-gb/sports/240/sections/custom-list/8/group/0/item/3 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Whoscored?sub_confirmation=1 Follow WhoScored: Twitter – https://twitter.com/WhoScored Instagram – https://instagram.com/officialwhoscored #Football #PremierLeague
Brendan Rodgers has been linked with the Newcastle United job - but the Leicester manager says he is happy with the Foxes. Although, it's been suggested the Northern Irishman may be keen on the Man City job when Pep calls time on his stay at the Etihad... (Part 2, 18:34) New Watford manager Claudio Ranieri has suggested he feels he can surpass Roy Hodgson as the oldest Premier League manager. We look at some of the league's elder statesmen, as well as the news that 3 top-flight rivals are clubbing together to solve an irritating issue this international break.
As Liverpool face Watford at the weekend, the Liverpool.com podcast assesses the Reds' model and analyses whether there are any lessons that FSG could learn from other clubs. Claudio Ranieri will take charge of Watford for the first time on Saturday, becoming the latest in a long line of Hornets managers, while Liverpool's weekend opponents signed 11 players this summer. Host James Martin is joined by Matt Addison and Emmet Gates to look at Liverpool at one end of the stability spectrum and compare and contrast them to teams like Watford and Chelsea at the other. Plus, with the time coming for Jurgen Klopp to be replaced over the next few years, will the Liverpool model alter at all once the German has gone? Enjoy.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
Football fanatics. Welcome back to Ball Game Times Podcast. With Basel unavailable, Mubarak sat down with Iyanuoluwa (Chelsea fan) and Abdul-Azeez (Arsenal fan) to discuss the Newcastle takeover, Ronaldo clinching September‘s Premier League player of the month award, while taking a trip down memory lane to some of the coolest celebrations in football. They also touched on some international football, including; Italy's 37-game unbeaten run coming to an end in the hands of Spain in the semifinals of the UEFA Nations League and Central African Republic pulling off the biggest upset against Nigeria's Super Eagles in the CAF World Cup qualifiers. Before rounding it off with Claudio Ranieri's appointment as Watford manager and Barcelona's ongoing struggles under Ronald Koeman. WHICH FOOTBALLER HAS GOT THE COOLEST CELEBRATION EVER IN YOUR OPINION? – Head over to our Spotify community or hit our DMs on Twitter and Instagram @ballgametimes. Follow our personal handles (Twitter and IG): @MubbDeep @alhasani_basel and be sure to subscribe to us on your preferred podcast streaming platform so you never miss an upload. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ballgametimes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ballgametimes/support
This international break has given us some time to think ahead and in this episode we're planning not just for the upcoming GW8, but for the next four week through GW11. Whether you're on a wildcard or not, we help listeners identify both teams and players who look primed to benefit from the upcoming month's fixtures—and some who you might want to avoid. We also discuss news from around the Premier League, including injury news, Claudio Ranieri's appointment at Watford, and the new ownership at Newcastle United. Hail Cheaters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Premier League's equivalent of La Liga's El Classico, Liverpool vs Manchester City, lived up to the billing, Jack Grealish is a hypebeast, Mo Salah is underrated, Solskjær's favorite formation is 4231, Hwang Hee Chan is as good irl as he is in FIFA, Claudio Ranieri is back in the Prem for now and much more! Time Stamps: 00:35 - Storylines from Liverpool vs Manchester City 06:00 - Is Jack Grealish a good fit for Man City? 15:55 - Should Mo Salah be in the conversation for current best player in the world? 24:30 - What is Manchester United's weakness that's causing them to drop points these past few weeks? 31:00 - Our takes on Solskjær's tactics 43:50 - Man U need to adapt to having Ronaldo in the starting 11 47:05 - Hwang Hee Chan goal alert 50:05 - Claudio Ranieri back in the Premier League to manage Watford! We want to thank everyone for supporting the show!!! Follow Us: https://twitter.com/ThePremierPod https://www.instagram.com/thepremierpod/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/yashbhika https://twitter.com/Haukpun Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yash10/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/haukpun/?hl=en MUSIC: Title: Buddha Artist: Kontekst Genre: Hip Hop & Rap Mood: Bright Download / Stream / Support: http://bit.ly/2Pe7mBN
The Athletic's George Elek is joined by Bet 365's Steve Freeth to look ahead to England's world cup qualifiers against Andorra and Hungary, games which are surely the perfect opportunity for Harry Kane to build up some form and score some much-needed goals. There's also a look at how last weekend's Premier League action leaves the season poised as we head into the international break. Is Mo Salah heading for another golden boot and could he win Player of the Year for the second time? Might Brentford's excellent start have some of the top 6 hopefuls looking over their shoulder? All this plus we're joined by From The Rookery End's David Cameron Walker for a look at what Claudio Ranieri's arrival at Watford could mean for the Hornets as they prepare to embark on a daunting run of fixtures against most of the top clubs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
STILL exhausted from Sunday's Liverpool vs City match-up. What a match we witnessed. We also saw United drop points, Chelsea get saved by a dubious VAR red card, and the other team in the top 6, Brighton drop points at home to Arsenal. AND after only 7 games, we witnessed our first manager sacking. Watford may not be any good at Premier League football, but boy are they good at firing managers. Claudio Ranieri will be their 13th manager since the new owners took the helm in 2012. Get your last squeeze of new before the international break!
Even with a few days to stew it over, Fulham's defeat at Coventry still stings. In this episode, we look a bit deeper at what went wrong up in the Midlands, as Mark Robins' side pressed us to death in the second half at the CBS stadium. We then take a look at Matt O'Riley following Peter's interview with him earlier this week in The Athletic. With the FFC academy graduate now excelling in League One for MK Dons, and tipped for further success - why exactly did it not work for him at Craven Cottage? Finally, we briefly discuss Claudio Ranieri, following his appointment as Watford Head Coach. What was it that went so spectacularly wrong for him at Fulham? Will lightning strike twice at Vicarage Road? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a special one this week, as Patrick van Straaten is joined by Sam Obaseki and, making his first and possibly last appearance as a guest on the podcast, Sonny Snelling! Of course with Sonny on, the first topic of discussion is Spurs. Is Nuno the right man for the job, should they have sold Harry Kane in the summer, and will they qualify for Europe this season? Then they talk Liverpool v. Manchester City, arguably the best Premier League game in a very long time, with Phil Foden, Mo Salah, Bernardo Silva and Rodri all getting some love, before a brief chat about Claudio Ranieri taking over at Watford - is he doomed? They round off by deciding who has been player of the season so far. Sonny surprises everyone by naming a West Ham player. Enjoy!
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Mayowa Quadri to discuss Brentford's impressive start to life in the Premier League and to heap praise on Thomas Frank (02:19). They talk about how difficult it can be to carry impressive form into the next season, Leeds (14:13), Watford's appointment of Claudio Ranieri (19:27), Leicester (24:40) and Wrighty's own experience of a first season in the top flight. Then there's some Barclays FA WSL Women's Champions League chat (31:23) and a no-spoiler shout of the new Bond movie. Host: Ian Wright Guests: Musa Okwonga and Mayowa Quadri Producers: Ryan Hunn and Roscoe Bowman Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In an extra FTRE, you will hear part of this week's Athletic Football Podcast. The podcast is out four days a week and this comes from the Tuesday edition hosted by Mark Chapman. In each Tuesday episodes Mark talks to the Athletic writers about the biggest stories from the weekend and would you believe it, this week they discussed Watford's firing of Xisco Munoz and his replacement Claudio Ranieri. As well as hearing from our very own Adam Leventhal, the Athletic's Watford correspondent, with the story behind the Head Coach change, you'll also hear the views of Athletic writers Adam Crafton and Italian football expert James Horncastle. It was recorded on Monday morning, before the appointment (which everyone knew was coming) was officially announced. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's up, everybody! Kickin' It Stateside coming at you with a Tuesday edition of the show where we plan to discuss this past weekend's games in the Premier League where we saw the best game of this young season as Liverpool and Manchester City played to a 2-2 draw in a wild contest. Lived up to the billing no doubt! Also, the Watford coaching carousel continues to go round and round as current manager Xisco Munoz was sacked Sunday only to have them bring in former Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri. Does this change anything with Watford or are they still the laughingstock of the league? Since 2015 Watford has had 8 different managers! Yikes! Let's talk about it. - Besides the Liverpool/Manchester City thriller, we had a full slate of matches! Manchester United played Everton to a 1-1 draw (but why didn't Ronaldo start?!), Chelsea moves to the top of the Premier League table with a 3-1 win over 10-man Southampton, Arsenal/Brighton match finished how everyone thought to a 0-0 draw, and what a win for new boys Brentford defeating West Ham on the road 2-1 to shut (Adam) up. Good stuff from the Bees! -Finally, our beloved USMNT is back this week! The October window for World Cup Qualifying continues with a massive home fixture against Jamaica on Thursday night. Anything less than 3 points is a failure, right? Right! And last but not least our Red Card- Yellow Card segment. See who we put on notice!
Ex-Chelsea, Fulham and Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri has joined Watford as their new Head Coach on a 2-year deal. Will it work out for the Italian? (Part 2, 14:33) Speaking of Italy, Roma striker Tammy Abraham has been recalled to the England squad after a good Serie A start. (Part 3, 30:02) Papers in Spain have linked Manchester City's Raheem Sterling with a move to Barcelona.
Like a cosy, familiar jumper you break out at the start of autumn, Claudio Ranieri is back in the Premier League! Let's see if he can last longer than the remainder of British Summer Time.Kate and Jim welcome Pete back from his holidays to unpack a fresh slice of Newcastle takeover action, consider some bizarre rule changes from Stefano Pioli and get the transfer latest on PSG legends Kylian Mbappé and Serge Aurier.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith analyse Liverpool and Manchester City's dramatic draw in the Premier League on our Monday Night Club edition of the pod. The panel discuss Phil Foden's impressive performance on the left wing for Man City and whether Pep Guardiola should keep him in that position in future. After his stunning goal, is Mo Salah the best player in the world right now and should Liverpool extend his contract? And The Athletic's Italian football expert James Horncastle joins the pod to give us an insight into Claudio Ranieri, as he's appointed Watford's new manager. TOPICS: 2'10” - Analysis of Manchester City's tactics in the first half 6'00” – Chat on Phil Foden's performance and on what his best position is 13'43” – Is Mo Salah the best player in the world right now? 21'24” – Is it a four horse title race? 23'40” – Are Manchester United's coaching staff getting the best out of the squad? 34'53” – Reaction to Claudio Ranieri being appointed Watford's new manager
Mark Chapman is joined by The Athletic's Adam Leventhal, Adam Crafton & Italian football writer James Horncastle to detail all you need to know about the owners of Premier League side Watford who have sacked Xisco Munoz to make way for Claudio Ranieri as their new manager. And our Liverpool writer Simon Hughes joins us to discuss the future of Mohamed Salah as discussions over a contract extension have so far failed to reach an agreement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fabrizio Romano reports on Kylian Mbappe putting the record straight about his request for a move away from the Parc des Princes this summer. Plus, the latest on Mohamed Salah's contract negotiations with Liverpool, Serge Aurier joining Villarreal, Claudio Ranieri's return to the Premier League and the future of River Plate boss Marcelo Gallardo. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here's another chance to hear my interview with Christian Fuchs from season four.Back then, Christian was still at Leicester, where he had won the Premier League against all the odds. Nigel Pearson signed him for the Foxes from Schalke – and was then promptly sacked. But the left-back fitted in with Claudio Ranieri's plans. Ranieri made every player feel special, which was key to their amazing success. Christian describes watching Tottenham drawing with Chelsea – which clinched the title for Leicester – as an incredibly exhausting experience. He had never quite believed that they would become champions.You'll also hear about playing alongside the great Raul at Schalke, how Mattersburg captain Dietmar Kuhbauer toughened a young Christian up, and how a loan spell at Mainz under coaching genius Thomas Tuchel was a seminal experience.Enjoy,Graham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.