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The lads return this week to look back at the 2-0 defeat to Manchester City on the opening weekend of the 22/23 Premier League season, after Erling Halland made very easy work of our makeshift defence. We appear to have gone from being a club with a striker curse to one with a defender curse as David Moyes was forced to pair Ben Johnson with Kurt Zouma at the back after Craig Dawson was ruled out with a thigh strain and Issa Diop supposedly refused to play ahead of his reported move to Fulham. Still, a 2-0 scoreline is a respectable one when you consider the circumstances and the huge gap in class between ourselves and Pep Guardiola's squad of superstars. Also this week, the lads are joined by Graeme Bryce, Midlands Football Correspondent at The Sun, to get the lowdown on Nottingham Forest ahead of next weekend, while the lads also ponder what Moyes might decide to do in the final weeks of the transfer window, especially given the continued lack of depth in some key areas of the squad. As always, it's a great show with lots to discuss, so make sure you subscribe and tell your mates about how great the podcast is! It's always very much appreciated. Come on you Irons! You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. You can buy us a beer and support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/wearewestham. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here we go friends – a new season of The Big Interview, and we open with David Moyes, a guest so enthralling the first-time round that we invited him back.In part one we chat about how the phenomenon of pre-season has evolved from afternoon bevvying to the era of the perma-fit player.Returning to West Ham as manager felt like a big gamble for David, but he was courageous enough to graft style onto his core values – and for that, he deserves all the success he is currently enjoying.Subscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
İngiliz Haftası'nın 63. bölümünde Arhan Ata Pilavoğlu ve Güner Çalış, sezonun ilk maçları yaklaşırken bu kez Premier League'de "big six" dışında yer alan takımları konuşuyorlar. Steven Gerrard yönetiminde geçtiğimiz sezonki hayal kırıklığını tersine çevirmek isteyen Aston Villa, "big six" haricinde ligin en iddialı takımı olan West Ham United ve teknik direktörleri David Moyes, sezona transfersiz girecek olan Leicester City ve diğer takımlar mercek altında.
Friend of the show Trevor Sinclair returns to the show as this week's INTVU guest to chat about the upcoming Premier League season with James Sharman, Jimmy Brennan and Trevor's former West Ham United teammate Craig Forrest. The former QPR, Manchester City and West Ham winger now works as a radio and TV pundit. Sinclair talks about working with Alan Brazil on TalkSPORT and covering his former clubs, and what it was like to party with Craig and DJ Mellow D, Danny Dichio, back in the 90s. Harry Redknapp's prioritization of a strong change room chemistry over tactics gets a few laughs, as does Sinclair's wish that Craig could ping balls down the pitch with the ease of Man City goalkeeper Ederson. As much as Craig and Trevor want West Ham to challenge for a Top 4 place this season, Trevor admits it is again a two horse title race between Man City and Liverpool, and that Antonio Conte's Tottenham mount the next best challenge thanks to their summer business, adding Richardson to an attack that already includes “the two best forwards in the Premier League” in Harry Kane and Heung-min Son. Jimmy tries to bring up Nottingham Forest's acquisition of Jesse Lingard several times. Manchester United would be better off letting Cristiano Ronaldo leave this summer. And the Lionesses' triumph at the 2022 Women's Euros has Sinclair excited for the future of the women's game in England, though Sinclair explains that infrastructure and new pitches and facilities are as crucial to correcting the problem as changing the school curriculum. Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan, Brendan Dunlop and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
Jonny and Harry give a big summary to the upcoming 2022-23 season, focusing mainly on the Premier League after briefly looking ahead to the start of the EFL campaign. Both reveal their provisional 1-20 finishes for Premier League teams. Jonny was backing Liverpool for the title in June, will be stick by his prediction? What for Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs and Manchester City? Who is going down? Find out on the July edition of the podcast! Don't forget to hit subscribe and feel free to leave us a review!Pleasant Porridge by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/7614-pleasant-porridgeLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Pete and Dharms are joined by football writer and podcaster Sam Tighe as Chelsea get their spending spree underway. Raheem Sterling has joined from Manchester City, with centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly set to arrive as well (04:23). They discuss that as well as West Ham's striker hunt, with Armando Broja and Gianluca Scamacca at the top of David Moyes' wishlist (22:43). Spanish football journalist Toni Juanmarti joins the show to chat about all things Barcelona as they get set to announce the arrival of Raphinha, but will Robert Lewandowski follow him into the Nou Camp? (36:23). Plus, Dharms discusses the latest business at Manchester United as they close on a deal for Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez (50:13).
Jonny and Harry talk international football, including whether England could win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. They also talk about the future of football, the emergence of Channel 4 on the football coverage scene and the possibilities in club football - including if Zinedine Zidane could break the Champions League curse at Paris Saint Germain.
The Athletic's Michael Cox and Mark Carey join host Ali Maxwell to explore the shortlist for this season's Premier League Manager of the Season... How the award should be judged, who else deserved a nomination and should we be able to use underlying metrics to make a better case for some of them. Is Thomas Frank the best pound-for-pound boss (literally ££), should Eddie Howe even be eligible and has David Moyes become a victim of his recent success? Plus, whether or not it's still too soon to judge Vieira at Palace, if Klopp's incredible cup runs count, does a 'new manager bounce' actually exist and what the numbers can tell us about Antonio Conte and Mikel Arteta's respective progress.
Steven Gerrard would have been pleased by Aston Villa's performance when they beat Burnley 3-1 at Turf Moor. The team was successfully tweaked for the game with Philippe Coutinho starting on the bench and there was signs of what could be to come.In the latest episode of the My Old Man Said podcast, we discuss the Burnley game, the end of Villa Woman's season, season ticket price increases, frantic last day finishes and David Moyes' volley, and much more.UTVGet a Free Share on MOMSThis episode of the My Old Man Said podcast is brought to you by Freetrade, the commission-free investing app, that allows you to buy shares and EFT's from your mobile phone.Get set up to start your investment journey in 2022 and get yourself a free share between the value of £3 and £200 on MOMS, check out – freetrade.io/moms .Your capital is at risk and your portfolio can go down as well as up.GET THE EXCLUSIVE MOMS PATRON PODCAST CHANNEL and JOIN MATCH CLUBIf you want extra podcast shows during the month and to join Match Club, please do support the show by becoming a MOMS Patron.For more details and to become a Patron, click here: Become a MOMS PatronFollow the show on Twitter at @myoldmansaid and join the show's listener facebook group The Mad Few.T-Shirt, Mugs & Merch Listeners can now buy a MOMS Podcast T-shirt or mug to show their support of the show and look cool, check out the MOMS SHOP to buy.Credits:David Michael - @oldmansaid Chris Budd - @BUDD_musicPhillip Shaw - @prsgameMy Old Man Said - https://www.myoldmansaid.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Marcus, Vish and Jim have the keys to your weekend on another edition of the Preview Show, sponsored by Betway!We recap last night's action, as David Moyes booted West Ham's European hopes into space and the Rangers surge continues. We also look ahead to another weekend of relegation quicksand and that tasty two-way title tilt. Join us!Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: email@example.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ant McGinley, Marley Anderson, and Joel Tudor look back over a night of European disappointment for both West Ham and Leicester City. David Moyes watched his side go down to just ten men against an impressive Frankfurt, and took his frustrations out on one of the ball boys, sparking memories of other times they have become the centre of attention. And some harsh refereeing and poor marking saw Leicester go out to Roma in what Jose Mourinho has rebranded the Champions League, even though it is only the third tier of European Competition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ten-Man West Ham are knocked out of the Europa League at the semi-final stage in Frankfurt, David Moyes apologises after being sent-off, Rangers beat RB Leipzig to reach the Final, Charlie Adam believes the Gers will take 100,000 supporters to Seville and Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers rues another goal conceded at a set-piece after losing to Roma. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Feargal Brennan, Ian Brannan and Joel Tudor on Thursday duty another evening of Champions League madness in Madrid. Manchester City's Champions League journey has once again come to a shuddering halt as they conceded two added time goals against Real Madrid and fell at the semi-final hurdle again. David Moyes' West Ham head to Eintracht Frankfurt for a crunch Europa League last four second leg showdown with Brendan Rodgers up against former boss Jose Mourinho as Leicester City go to Rome bidding for a place in the first Europa Conference League final. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Crossman is joined by a host of guests after another big night of European football. Scottish football reporter Roddy Forsyth, Pat Nevin and Rangers fan Marina reflect on a magical night at Ibrox, where Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side beat RB Leipzig to reach the Europa League final. They'll play Frankfurt in Seville, after they beat ten-man West Ham 3-1 on aggregate. Alastair Bruce-Ball, former West Ham defender James Collins and German football journalist Archie Rhind-Tutt dissect where it all went wrong for David Moyes' men. Plus we hear how Leicester missed out on a first European final, after losing to Roma in their Europa Conference League semi. Then the Euro Leagues team of Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and James Horncastle join us to try and explain the madness in Madrid following yet another miraculous comeback by Real against Manchester City, to set up a Champions League final with Liverpool. TOPICS 00:58 – Rangers reaction with Roddy, Pat and Archie Rhind-Tutt 06:42 – Rangers fan Marina 10:44 – West Ham reaction with ABB, Pat, Archie and James Collins 19:27 – John Acres on Leicester's defeat to Roma 22:09 – Champions League discussion with Guillem, Kristof and James
Manchester City are dumped out of the Champions League after an astonishing late comeback from Real Madrid, Jason Cundy slams Pep Guardiola's players for ‘capitulating' in The Bernabeu and West Ham manager David Moyes looks ahead to the biggest game of his career as they visit Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League semi-final. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Will Pugh reports live from Frankfurt and chats to Basti Red from the Eintracht Frankfurt podcast in the Massif Central bar. That's right, the West Ham are Massif bar. History has already been made and the mindblowing journey continues Thursday night. Drink it in. And of course David Moyes' mighty Hammers can do it. Come on you Irons. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. You can buy us a beer and support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/wearewestham. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This week's episode was sponsored by FootballPrizes. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM
West Ham lost 2-1 at home to Arsenal on Sunday. It came after a Europa League semi-final first leg defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt at London Stadium last Thursday. But Will Pugh and James Jones refuse to be downbeat ahead of Thursday's massive second leg in Germany. The excitement is palpable as Will prepares to head to Frankfurt and the lads also let themselves imagine what it might be like to see Mark Noble and Declan Rice lift the trophy. The boys look back to the last two games as well as looking ahead to Thursday v Frankfurt and the Premier League visit to Norwich on Sunday. The lads also make their Betway charity bet selections ahead of the Carrow Road clash. Before TalkSPORT's Jake Watson joins to give the lowdown from the relegated Norwich camp and chat about joining Will on a recent 'live like a Premier League player day' at Chadwell Heath thanks to Betway. Will and James wrap up by looking back at West Ham Women's 3-0 WSL defeat at Man Utd before they say goodbye at the beginning of another enthralling week for West Ham United. History has already been made and the mindblowing journey continues Thursday night. Drink it in. And of course David Moyes' mighty Hammers can do it. Come on you Irons. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. You can buy us a beer and support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/wearewestham. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This week's episode was sponsored by FootballPrizes. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM
Dave Jones presents Super Sunday and is joined by Graeme Souness, Jermain Defoe, Jamie Redknapp and Alan Smith as they react to and analyse the talking points from Arsenal's battling win against West Ham at the London stadium which saw the Gunners bounce back into the top four after Spurs' earlier win against Leicester. All four pundits singled out Eddie Nketiah's performance and praised the forward for his impact in Arsenal's attack. Alan Smith feels the Gunners have now got strong character's in the dressing room and look more ‘streetwise' which allows them to dig out difficult results that they have previously been criticised for not doing. There is also reaction from Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale, Rob Holding, West Ham captain Mark Noble and both managers, Mikel Arteta and David Moyes.
Ben Haines is joined by Birmingham City striker Lyle Taylor and former West Ham, Crystal Palace and Watford midfielder Jobi McAnuff to tackle all the big stories from the Sunday fixtures in the Premier League – and there was drama aplenty... starting at Goodison where Everton got those all important three points after beating Chelsea. They hear from a delighted Frank Lampard and a not too pleased Thomas Tuchel, as his side now only have two wins from their last six Premier League games. So how are the Chelsea fans feeling after their sides recent run of form? Well Rob Pratley from the CFC Social pops on the pod to give some insight into the Chelsea camp. Arsenal took the spoils in the London derby after beating West Ham, which means they go up to fourth in the table – Mikel Arteta lauds his teams “ugly win” and David Moyes gives his analysis after his side lost at home. Meanwhile Tottenham out-played Leicester to also keep their Champions League hopes alive with Son and Kane getting on the score sheet - and the guys look ahead to Manchester United's game against Brentford on Monday. Topics: 2'19 – Everton v Chelsea analysis. 3'00 – Richarlison appreciation. 7'00 – Jordan Pickford section. 9'30 – Frank Lampard audio. 13'45 – Chelsea section with fan perspective. 19'00 – Thomas Tuchel interview. 23'00 – Arsenal section. 29'00 – Mikel Arteta reaction. 32'00 – West Ham analysis and David Moyes interview. 35'30 – Spurs chat and battle for Champions League. 39'00 – Manchester United v Brentford preview.
West Ham manager David Moyes rues their poor set-pieces after losing to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League, Manchester United Interim boss Ralf Rangnick reiterates his intention to take up his consultancy role despite being linked with the Austria job and the ECB's new Managing Director Rob Key reveals the reason he's appointed Ben Stokes as Test captain. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liverpool have one foot in the Champions League Final after beating Villarreal at Anfield, European expert Kev Hatchard defends the performance of Unai Emery's side after failing to register a shot on target, West Ham manager David Moyes looks ahead to a historic Europa League clash against Frankfurt and a badminton war breaks out between Gabby Agbonlahor and Darren Bent! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this Planet FPL Clash of the Correspondents Podcast James is joined by West Ham fan Chris Stone and Arsenal fan Adam Pritchard to discuss all the latest at their clubs ahead of their Gameweek 35 meeting at The London Stadium. With The Hammers fully focused on tonight's Europa League Semi Final with Eintracht Frankfurt are they like to rotate heavily again for Sunday's encounter with The Gunners? And what solutions might David Moyes find to counter the possible absence of all 4 of his centre-backs. And for Arsenal 4th is now in their hands, there's talk of the best FPL assets for the remaining weeks of the season with a look at defensive options, the form of Bukayo Saka and if the likes of Emile Smith-Rowe and Eddie Nketiah are likely to keep their places in the starting line-up. Follow Chris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fpl_SkyAddict Follow Adam on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThreeFiveWho Coming Up on Friday on Planet FPL - Ask James, scheduled for 3pm BST on YouTube with an audio version to follow shortly after. ___________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL and SkyFF community and support the Podcast? Our Patreon content in April features over 20 additional Podcasts from Intermediate Tier and today's offering a special with the Linden's as James attempts to help his wife on her FPL Wildcard Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg #WestHam #Arsenal #FPL
Tom Canton is joined by Bailey Keogh and Chris Davison to debate the big Arsenal talking points, including discussion on potential upgrades on Granit Xhaka this summer. Plus, ahead of Arsenal's visit to West Ham this weekend, the boys assess how much David Moyes's side will be affected due to their European commitments before looking ahead to tonight's Europa Conference League semi-final clash between Feyenoord & Marseille with Reiss Nelson and William Saliba meeting once again. Enjoy.
Kelly Cates is joined by former England international Karen Carney, commentator and senior football reporter Ian Dennis, former Liverpool fullback Jose Enrique, the Daily Mail's Dominic King and Harriet Prior from The Anfield Wrap to react to Liverpool's Champions League semi-final first leg win over Villarreal. Reaction from Jurgen Klopp, whose side's commanding victory sees them take the advantage into the second leg. Plus, hear from David Moyes ahead of his side's Europa League semi-final first leg on Thursday and from both Thomas Tuchel and Ralf Rangnick before Manchester United host Chelsea in the Premier League.
Simon Stone chats to West Ham manager David Moyes ahead of their Europa League semi-final against Eintracht Frankfurt. Moyes opens up about why he thinks the club were wrong to sack him in 2018, how pleased he was to return to the London Stadium, whether he doubted himself after a difficult spells at Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland, and why he's enjoying building something special for West Ham supporters.
Antonio Rudiger is set to leave Chelsea at the end of the season to join La Liga giants Real Madrid. Fabrizio Romano joins Luis Miguel Echegaray to discuss the German's deal with Los Blancos and what it means for the Blues. Plus, uncertainty hangs in the air at PSG, Paul Pogba approaches free agency, David Moyes isn't enjoying the Declan Rice speculation, and Gabriel Jesus' Man City adventure could be coming to an end. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @MikeLahoud, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The fight for the title and the battle to survive in the Premier League is heating up after Liverpool beat Everton in the Merseyside derby. Emma Saunders and Ben Haines are joined by former West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder, Nigel Reo-Coker and Northern football writer for the Daily Telegraph, Luke Edwards to analyse the key talking points from Anfield – they hear from both Jurgen Klopp and Frank Lampard and get an Everton fan perspective as the club find themselves in the drop zone for the first time this season. Attention turns to Burnley as they got three vital points over Wolves which puts them two points clear of Everton – the guys discuss what is going right at the club at the moment. But not only that Thomas Tuchel and David Moyes pop on the pod to give their views after Chelsea got a narrow win over West Ham at Stamford Bridge, as the fight to play European football next season intensifies. And as Brighton against Southampton ended in a draw Ben focuses on the form of James Ward-Prowse and Luke praises Brighton boss Graham Potter. Topics: 2'00 – Merseyside derby analysis. 6'00 – Jurgen Klopp interview. 15'00 – Frank Lampard audio. 22'30 – Burnley chat. 26'00 – Matej Vydra reaction. 29'00 – Chelsea and West Ham discussion. 31'00 – Thomas Tuchel and David Moyes interview. 36'00 – Reaction to the news that Antonio Rudiger set to leave Chelsea. 38'00 – Graham Potter and James Ward-Prowse appreciation chat.
A delayed 4/20 edition of the podcast has Paul Peschisolido sub in for his old CanMNT teammate Jimmy Brennan to talk with James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Brendan Dunlop and Dan Wong about Manchester United's troubles after the capitulation at Anfield ahead of Erik ten Hag's appointment as new Man Utd manager, Ralf Rangnick's missteps, David Moyes' timing at United and now at West Ham, the London Stadium vs Upton Park and the one year anniversary of the failed European Super League.
This week Kait, Lynsey and Hayley analyse who are the early frontrunners for Manager of the Year, making a case for Eddie Howe, Thomas Frank and David Moyes, but will it just end up being Pep or Klopp? We also discuss which players from "smaller" clubs have earned a shot at the big time and put forward some questions we'd love to ask managers at half time, in light of the rumours which emerged over the weekend... enjoy!
West Ham United Football Club are in the semi-finals of the flipping Europa League! It was 1976 the last time this flipping glorious amazing wonderful club hit such heights and thanks to David Moyes and his mighty fine men, we have made it there again. West Ham's 3-0 win in Lyon was one of the most magical, wonderful, amazing, emotional nights in many fans' lives and that much is certainly true of We Are West Ham hosts Will Pugh and James Jones. The lads made their way to Lyon and sung and cheered their hearts out with the rest of the claret and blue army in the upper tier of the Groupama Stadium and will never forget it for the rest of their lives. Will and James chat all of that and more having returned tired but happy last week. The 1-1 Burnley draw gets a brief covering before friend of the show Stamford Chidge joins to chat all things Chelsea ahead of Sunday's trip to Stamford Bridge. The boys make their Betway charity bets after avoiding any winners in the Burnley game. West Ham Women's 4-1 FA Cup semi-final defeat to Man City gets discussed before the lads say goodbye after one of the most amazing weeks in the club's history. Eintracht Frankfurt await and then who knows beyond that. Drink all of this in. It's magical. Come on you Irons. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. You can buy us a beer and support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/wearewestham. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This week's episode was sponsored by FootballPrizes. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM
Manchester City knockout Atletico Madrid on a night of ugly scenes in The Champions League, ‘disgraceful' Diego Simeone is once again slammed for his tactics, West Ham manager David Moyes relishes the ‘powerful' position they're in going into their Europa League quarter-final with Lyon and Simon Jordan clashes with an angry caller. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week's episode is with former football player and professional coach, David Moyes. David is currently the manager of Premier League club West Ham United, having previously managed Preston North End, Everton, Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland.In this episode David shares with us why and how he developed a positive mindset in recent years. As a leader, David offers insights into how to best lead a team, by creating a space of open communication and encouraging vulnerability within his players.We also hear how tough times at Manchester United have made him a better, more rounded leader today.- - - - - - - This month on the High Performance Circle... Oli Patrick joined us on The High Performance Tour 2022 and gave a great keynote on the three things you can do to improve your wellbeing and operate at the top of your game. Plus, ultra runner Simon Dent explains the performance benefits and common lessons shared between business and exercise. Sign up now to watch: www.thehighperformancepodcast.co.uk Also, check out our new weekly addition The Monday Motivation Newsletter. The purpose of Monday Motivation is to connect more regularly with you! We want to give Circle members a bit of inspiration, motivation and purpose at the beginning of each week. Whether that is a few key things to consider when facing the upcoming week, reading recommendations or ideas to think about when listening to the weekly podcast episode. Sign up now. Just go to www.thehighperformancepodcast.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
David Moyes criticises the decision to red card Aaron Cresswell as ten-man West Ham draw against Lyon in the Europa League, Simon Jordan claims Manchester United must spend a £1billion just to compete for a Premier League title, Neil Warnock has some sage advice for beleaguered Everton boss Frank Lampard and Tiger Woods finishes 1-under par on Day 1 at The Masters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is a special bonus Footy Daily pod episode which is all about West Ham's draw against Lyon in the Europa League quarter-final first leg tie on Thursday night. Commentator Seb Hutchinson watched the match alongside former Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison, where there was lots to discuss - from Jarrod Bowen's opening goal, and to the home side having to play most of the match with ten men after Aaron Cresswell got a red card, after he brought down Lyon skipper Moussa Dembele. They also chat about Lyon's equaliser, courtesy of a goal from on-loan Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. And not only that, West Ham manager David Moyes gives his thoughts on that one all draw.
The team reconvene for the 9th instalment of the TW Podcast to discuss the defeat to West Ham albeit on the back of an improved performance from the players, look ahead to the massive game against Burnley and then the visit of Manchester United on Saturday before picking their favourite signing of the David Moyes era See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Josh and Oscar look into West Ham's impressive season following another Premier League win over the weekend. Well and truly in the top 4 race, ahead of a Europa League quarterfinal against Lyon, how has David Moyes turned the Hammers into a consistent top-half force? Is Moyes Scotland's answer to Diego Simeone?
In this episode of the Football Daily Aaron Paul is joined by Tottenham right-back, Stephen Kelly, ex Rangers and Liverpool midfielder, Charlie Adam and former Celtic centre back, Gary Caldwell to look back on an eventful Sunday in the footballing world! They hear from Antonio Conte as Spurs put five past Newcastle and Eddie Howe comes on the pod after his side initially took the lead. It was a day to forget for Everton as they lost 2-1 against West Ham at the London Stadium – which saw the visitors go down to ten men. Frank Lampard gives his thoughts and the guys get an Everton fan perspective as the club lie 17th in the table. This contrasts with an exuberant David Moyes as his side battle to stay in the European football places. Gary and Charlie take us through the key Old Firm talking points as Celtic took the spoils against Rangers at Ibrox and they look ahead to Monday's Premier League match as Patrick Vieira welcomes his former side, Arsenal to Selhurst Park. Timecodes: 3'00 – Spurs section - with Harry Kane chat. 9'21 – Antonio Conte interview. 11'00 – Dejan Kulusevski appreciation chat. 12'30 – Newcastle reflections. 15'00 – Eddie Howe interview. 17'30 – West Ham v Everton section. 17'23 - Ped from Toffee TV, giving a fan perspective on the Everton loss. 20'42 – Frank Lampard interview. 29'00 – David Moyes audio. 31'00 – West Ham – where is it going right? 34'17 – Rangers v Celtic lookback with Gary and Charlie. 42'00 – Crystal Palace v Arsenal preview.
Hosts Dan Bardell and George Elek are joined by bet365's Steve Freeth to preview Liverpool's early opportunity to go top of the Premier League table... Plus, Maguire's move from Leicester to Manchester United revisited, Vieira's induction into the PL Hall of Fame, whether Marcus Rashford would benefit from a move to Arsenal and if David Moyes should be crowned manager of the season?
It's Kait, Hayley and Lynsey in tandem once again and this week we cast our eye over the renaissance of managers like David Moyes and Unai Emery in the Europa League and Champions League. Inspired by Aubameyang, we also discuss the transfers that worked out well for everyone. Plus we talk about the bane of broadcaster's lives - player pronunciations. Enjoy!
Welcome to our Big Interview Icons series where we shine a light on a legend whose name has lit up some of the conversations I've had with my guests over the years. This episode focuses on Andres Iniesta.Gordon Strachan waxes lyrical about watching Iniesta and says that he would never have believed that the standard of football the great Barcelona side he played in was possible.David Moyes reflects on a clash between Real Sociedad and that Barca side. David's team won, but boy, could they not get near Andres.Someone else who knew how hard it was to dispossess Iniesta is former Swansea, Brighton and Blackpool winger Andrea Orlandi, who played alongside and against him while at Barcelona B. Andrea envied Andres his speed – he was quicker than people realise, with incredible acceleration; and he never gave the ball away.Finally, we hear how Alex McLeish nearly signed a young Iniesta on loan when manager of Rangers. The bid caused a real fuss at Barcelona, forcing their hand about whether to loan out or start playing the blossoming midfield genius. Sadly for Rangers fans, Barca chose the latter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How great is Ryan Giggs? Ryan Joseph Giggs OBE is a Welsh football coach and former player. He is the manager of the Wales national team and a co-owner of Salford City. Giggs played his entire professional career for Manchester United and briefly served as the club's interim manager after the sacking of David Moyes in April 2014. Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football.
David Jones presents Super Sunday and is joined by former West Ham and Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe and Jamie Redknapp as they discuss the major talking points from Spurs' 3-1 win against West Ham that boosts their Champions League qualification hopes ahead of the International break. There is also reaction from man of the match Heung-min Son, Antonio Conte and David Moyes.
The least we were hoping for ahead of last week's Europa League clash in Seville was to still be in it when we welcome the La Liga giants to London Stadium this week. A 1-0 defeat to Sevilla means we have a huge opportunity to make history at London Stadium and secure our place in the Europa League quarter-finals this week! As you all probably know by now, Will spent much of last week in Seville, soaking up the sun, sinking plenty of beers and simply enjoying the atmosphere as West Ham put on an encouraging performance against the Europa League's most successful clubs. David Moyes' men did themselves and the fans proud and now, this Thursday night, we might be on the verge of witnessing something we've never, ever seen before! And then on Sunday, in what was a somewhat surprising performance and result, West Ham beat Aston Villa 2-1 at London Stadium to boost our chances of a second consecutive top-six finish. On this week's show, the lads chat to Sevilla employee James Dowden ahead of that huge game on Thursday night, preview the victory over Steven Gerrard's cry babies, look ahead to Sunday's trip to Spurs, pick their Betway charity bets, look back at West Ham Women's 1-0 win over rock-bottom Birmingham City and, of course, praise Andriy Yarmolenko's ability to get into the right mindset to come off the bench and score in the Premier League during what must be an incredibly difficult, emotional and painful time for him and his family. All the above and much more on this week's episode. Get it in your ears! Come on you Irons. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. You can buy us a beer and support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/wearewestham. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This week's episode was sponsored by FootballPrizes. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM
Chelsea beat Newcastle in the ‘game of shame' in their first match since owner Roman Abramovich was sanctioned; West Ham boss David Moyes praises Ukrainian Andriy Yarmolenko after he scored against Aston Villa on an emotional day at The London Stadium and the pressure mounts on Frank Lampard's Everton after a home defeat to Wolves. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Simon Jordan backs Chelsea to be sold despite owner Roman Abramovich being one of seven Russian Oligarchs sanctioned by the government, Thomas Tuchel vows to continue playing despite a day of bad news, West Ham boss David Moyes rues their missed chances in a 1-0 loss to Sevilla and Leeds United's manager Jesse Marsch reflects on a home defeat to Aston Villa. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
West Ham United play away at Sevilla on Thursday night in the first leg of their Europa League last 16 tie. For many fans around the world that may seem a trivial, even boring achievement. Not for West Ham. For true supporters of West Ham United, those who have endured so much, for so long, Thursday's game represents something they have for decades deserved. For the years under Allardyce and Grant, the heartbroken days where we were torn away from Upton Park against our will, the shite transfer windows, the empty promises and the seemingly endless tripe about how next season will be better. It is finally better. We were promised this. We deserve this. Never forget that. The outcome is unknown. And if we progress to the last eight, we at the We Are West Ham podcast will express similar sentiments again. And if we are knocked out, we should lap these days up before demanding our club gets here again. It is our love, our passion, our belief, our long-term, long suffering support and our money which has made this club what it is. Enjoy these moments, because it's the very least we are due. Huge credit to David Moyes for getting us this far and giving us a club we can be proud of. Long live David Moyes. And Long live West Ham. Come on you Irons. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. You can buy us a beer and support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/wearewestham. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This week's episode was sponsored by FootballPrizes. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich confirms he will be putting Chelsea FC up for sale, Thomas Tuchel reflects on the news after beating Luton in the FA Cup, David Moyes bemoans West Ham's missed chances after getting knocked out by Southampton and Jurgen Klopp praises the squad depth at Liverpool after dispatching Norwich City. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.