Women's football is on an incredible high around the world after a month of five international tournaments with record breaking crowds. Those tournaments have delivered new champions, new interest and new hope. The new champions are Papua New Guinea, South Africa and England. Perhaps more predictably there have also been trophies for the USA and Brazil. The success has created a discussion about how this is a significant moment in the development of the game. Stacey Copeland who was in England Under-18s, former England defender Fern Whelan and BBC World Service Digital and Sport Editor, Anna Doble discuss how Euro 2022 can change the course of women's sports.
The Athletic's Jack Pitt-Brooke, Charlie Eccleshare and James Maw join Danny Kelly to discuss the latest transfer news at Spurs. Is the move for Christian Eriksen off? What's the latest with Djed Spence? And are the club any closer to signing a new centre-back? They also discuss Alfie Devine, following his wonder goal for England Under 19s, and they debate which of the current squad they'd pick in a Spurs 5-a-side team.
Today on the Basketball Manitoba Podcast we have James Bambury. James is the current head coach of the Brandon Bobcats women's basketball program. He has been coaching for over 15 years. His most recent coaching experience (prior to the Brandon Bobcats) was as the Interim Head Coach at Queens University in the 2019-20 season where he led the Gaels to a 16-8 season and reached a No. 3 national ranking. Prior to that season, he spent seven years as an assistant coach for the Gaels. He also coached for two seasons as the head coach at Royal Military College, three seasons as the head coach of the Leeds Metropolitan University and the Leeds Carnegie Basketball Club in England. In addition to that, he was… Assistant Coach with the National England University Games Team. Associate Coach of the England Under-18 national women's team and Head Men's Development Coach at Leeds Metropolitan He played for three years at Queens University before moving on to coaching. Contact James at... https://gobobcats.ca/sports/womens-basketball/roster/coaches/james-bambury/247 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/basketball-manitoba/message
Two of the newest recruits to the Nottinghamshire dressing room stop by to chew the fat on their experiences in the senior squad so far. Housemates Sammy King and James Hayes pay a visit to lift the lid on each other's most annoying habits, King discusses his cricket-mad family upbringing, and all-rounder Fateh Singh receives a surprise phone call whilst on England Under 19s duty in Sri Lanka.
For the first-ever time, a guest appears on the WBAReport podcast, with Matt and Ronan joined by former England Under 19's and Worcestershire batsman Oliver Westbury to discuss all things Albion following Friday's bore draw with Nottingham Forest, Ollie's career within professional cricket, the impact that sport can have on mental wellbeing and his new-found career path back into sport. To listen to more of Ollie you can find him on Twitter - @Ollie_Westbury You can find him hosting sports shows on BlackCountryRadio - www.blackcountryradio.co.uk And also on the Sporting Minds podcast - open.spotify.com/show/1IGCXa7Ul30v5zP3Nkajza?si=2981e40792024ec9 For news, views and all things Albion visit wbareport.com Follow @WBAReport on Twitter. Follow the guys on Twitter: Matt Smith - @mattsport_ Ronan Thompson - @RonanTjourno Kieran Kelly - @kellyjourno
Albion keeper Carl Rushworth discusses his future, those Barcelona reports and his hopes with England Under 21s. Former Seagulls defender Adam Hinshelwood assesses the season so far, the loan and academy set up at the club and the progress of his own Worthing FC side. The pod also reviews the Villa defeat, and previews this weekend's home game with Leeds United.
Arsenal have signed midfielder Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid for a fee in the region of £30m Norway international Odegaard, 22, spent the second half of last season on loan at the Emirates. He made 20 appearances in all competitions and scored two goals. England Under-21 international Ramsdale made 38 Premier League appearances for the Blades last season.He will join Bernd Leno and Runar Alex Runarsson as Arsenal's goalkeepers. "There is still some paperwork but his medical is done, still a few things to sort with Sheffield," Gunners boss Mikel Arteta said.The Gunners have also agreed a deal to sign Ramsdale from Sheffield United."Aaron is a talented young keeper with huge experience and has international experience for England. He will bring competition and that's what we want to create - healthy competition, quality competition in every position. We identified Aaron as the ideal option."
Today I am joined by ex pro footballer and high performance coach specialist Drewe Broughton... AKA 'The Fear Coach'.By the age of 20, Drewe had already made some considerable steps in his footballing career. Part of the England Under 20's he was playing alongside the likes of Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand, with a sponsorship from Adidas under his belt and a growing reputation. However, the intense pressure, soul searching and fear that crept into Drewe's professional and personal life, lead to some turbulent years in his twenties. After a 17 year playing career and nearly 600 professional matches representing a host of clubs in the EFL, at 32 Drewe retired from football and found himself divorced, bankrupt, living out of his car and in the midst of an emotional breakdown. He took himself to a sporting rehab clinic and began his healing process towards self acceptance and understanding why his life panned out the way it did. In this episode we discuss his turbulent twenties decade; talking all things football, the future, addiction, the difference between healthy and unhealthy fear, and uncover what it is that we're all so afraid of...Our favourite Millennial Minesweeper quote this week was:'The more you complain about your circumstances and situation, the more you'll stay stuck to them. - James Smith'
Derek chats to former England Under 21 and Sheffield Wednesday defender Ian Knight. Ian's story in the game is a fascinating one, he was one of the most promising defenders in British football when he burst on the scene at Hillsborough until a horrific challenge by Chester City's Gary Bennett more or less curtailed his career. He tells us about that game, the aftermath, how he claimed damages as a result and how he kept positive to continue his time in the game by coaching which he still does over in Canada. We also hear about his time at Barnsley under Norman Hunter and Bobby Collins and dressing room tales from his years at the Owls. Enjoy folks!
Welcome to this episode of The Wild Golf Podcast. Our guest today is Alison Johns. Alison was a child golfing prodigy. She took her first shot with her father at 11 and was representing the England Under 18's as a scratch golfer at 14. She had a stellar amateur career representing England and GB &I and won some of the biggest events in the U.K. including the Ladies Gold Cup at Roehampton. She was a regular on the Ladies European Tour for two years and, after struggling with her confidence, dedicated herself to becoming a popular and highly regarded teaching professional. She has been based at the amazing National Golf Centre at Woodhall Spa since 2007. Alison had a transformational near death experience in early 2009. After contracting a mysterious virus, she was given five days to live unless she had a liver transplant. On Day 5 she was given the gift of life and received a life saving liver transplant. Alison is passionate about teaching and passionate about life. She has given inspiration to the transplant community that you can still lead an active life and continue to play sport. She has represented GB in golf in the World Transplant Games which is held every two years, winning a gold medal in her age group in the last three games. This episode will hopefully encourage all of us to be grateful and to give to others, including as a potential donor, and as Alison says, encourage us all to “be kind to ourselves and to others”. We hope you enjoy this discussion with Alison as much as we did.Please consider giving generously to Alison's chosen charities: Addenbrookes Charitable Trust (www.act4addenbrookes.org.uk) and the PGA Benevolent Fund. You can find out more about Alison on her website (www.ajgolf.co.uk) and on twitter (@Ajwoodhallspagc).If you like this episode, please tell your friends and leave a review. Please also follow us on Instagram and Twitter.http://instagram.com/wild_golf_podcasthttps://twitter.com/wildgolfpodcast
Steve Sallis is a former academy footballer, vice-principal teacher and author of the successful book ‘Educating Football', a book that challenges thinking on teaching, learning, leadership and elite sport.Steve is currently working with the England Under 15 National Squad and also supports Premier League and Football League Players with mental conditioning support. For more information check out www.solutionsmindset.com or www.educatingfootball.comPRE-ORDER THE NEW HIGH PERFORMANCE BOOK NOW! smarturl.it/hv0sdzA big thanks to our founding partners Lotus Cars and GIVEMESPORT - the exclusive sports partner of the High Performance Podcast. To gain further access to editorial and social content from the Podcast click here https://www.givemesport.com/podcastRemember, you can also get extended episodes of the podcast on our YouTube channel bit.ly/HPPYouTube and follow us on Instagram @highperformance. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on England Rugby Podcast: O2 Inside Line, Dylan is back with the Red Roses as he chats to Vicky Fleetwood and Sarah McKenna.Fresh from the win over Scotland in the 2021 Women's Six Nations, the pair talk about life in camp and some of the activities they have been doing in their down time including arts and crafts. Vicky explains about the importance of 'look good, feel good' in her preparation for a game including her fake tan regime, and Sarah explains the requirement of hair braiding on a matchday and why a woman in Doncaster came to help the squad in Exeter. The pair, who first played together and England Under 20 level, also talk about their first impressions of each other, their favourite tour memories including New Zealand and Dubai, while Vicky is incredibly open on the reason for choosing family over rugby when her mother became terminally ill ahead of the 2016 Olympics.As the Women's Six Nations continues throughout April, we'll be chatting to Red Roses and hearing more tales from camp and more about their personalities. Keep help spreading the word by leaving a review on Apple podcasts, which also puts you in with a chance of winning a signed England shirt from the men's squad.FOLLOW:England Rugby FacebookEngland Rugby InstagramEngland Rugby TwitterEngland Rugby TikTokO2 Sports InstagramO2 Sports TwitterSUBSCRIBE:Subscribe to the pod hereBUY:Get the latest kits, training and leisure wear from England Rugby Store See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish tips the Reds for success in this season’s Champions League, Jason Cundy questions why Eddie Howe should manage Celtic when better jobs may become available in the Premier League, Danny Mills slams Aidy Boothroyd’s role as England Under-21s manager, former West Ham striker Carlton Cole reveals the time he was discouraged from going on loan to Inter Milan and West Brom manager Sam Allardyce hits back at critics who claim the Baggies play negative football. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The funniest interview we have done by far… This week we are joined by Middlesex wicket keeper batsman John Simpson as we talk through his incredibly quick rise into the first class game, an England Under 19's tour to India at 16, his well rounded upbringing in Lancashire and some of the characters that he encountered on the way. Hear how his rapid rise caused its own problems, and how he overcame them to become one of the finest English multi-format cricketers we are blessed to have.
Jimbo is joined by Duncan Alexander, Adrian Clarke and Lynsey Hooper to wave goodbye to the international break and say hello to the return of the Premier League. Werner and Germany have a shocker, losing at home to North Macedonia. But England make it 3 wins out of 3 against Poland. It’s a game that left the panel feeling John Stones is not a natural defender and that Gareth Southgate’s in-game management is mediocre. We get excited about Arsenal v Liverpool this weekend. Is it the Big Six fixture that always delivers? Leicester v Man City is a fixture that will no longer feature Sergio Aguero as he will leave in the summer. But is he in the top 5 Premier League strikers of all time? Chelsea Women finally win against Wolfsburg in the Champions League. Do they have what it takes to go all the way? And Arsenal are in the market for a new manager. Plus Duncan looks to avenge last year’s shock early exit as he takes on the debuting Adrian in the Inter Totally Cup. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Germany 1-2 North Macedonia (02m 00s) • PART 1b: Elsewhere in Europe (05m 00s) • PART 1c: England 2-1 Poland & England Under 21s crash out (09m 30s) • PART 2: Arsenal v Liverpool & Leicester v Man City previews (23m 00s) • PART 3: Chelsea through to the WCL semi-finals (39m 00s) • PART 4: The rest of the Premier League weekend (45m 30s) • PART 5: Inter Totally Cup – Clarke v Alexander (57m 30s) 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
Gareth Southgate reveals his anguish at having to leave players out of the upcoming Euros, Danny Mills backs Frank Lampard as the ‘ideal’ candidate to become the next England Under-21s manager, Perry Groves lambasts Connor Roberts ‘pathetic’ simulation getting Patrik Schick sent off as Wales beat Czech Republic, on talkSPORT 2 Super-agent Mino Raiola rants about FIFA and EA Sports image rights, Rock star Noel Gallagher urges his beloved Manchester City to replace Sergio Aguero with Erling Haaland and Carl Frampton reveals the sacrifices he’s making ahead of his super-featherweight bout against Jamel Herring. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Dennis, Chris Waddle and Jermain Defoe to reflect on Harry Maguire's late winner at Wembley that saw England beat Poland 2-1 in Qualifying for the 2022 World Cup. John Murray speaks to Maguire as well as Ben Chilwell and Gareth Southgate before the team discuss who has secured their place in the squad for the European Championships. Aidy Boothroyd speaks about his future after his England U21s dramatically crash out of their Euros on goal difference before Raphael Honigstein drops by to talk about Germany’s humiliating 2-1 defeat to North Macedonia. TOPICS: 1.20 – Harry Maguire’s goal 6.40 – Chris Waddle on John Stones’ mistake 7.48 – Ben Chilwell with John Murray 9.40 – Jermain Defoe on the win 10.20 – Harry Maguire with John Murray 13.52 – Jermain Defoe on Harry Maguire 16.45 – Gareth Southgate with John Murray 22.30 – John Stones’ mistake and Nick Pope’s pass 23.30 – England goalkeeper chat 26.40 – Substitutes and players left out 28.54 – Jadon Sancho 30.43 – England Under 21s 32.21 – Aidy Boothroyd 36.20 – Germany defeat to North Macedonia
Jimbo welcomes Daniel Storey, Sasha Goryunov and Charlie Eccleshare into the pod after another epic international weekend. The headlines are dominated by Republic of Ireland’s shock defeat at home to Luxembourg in World Cup qualifying. Ken Early tells us why it’s delusional for the Irish to believe this is their worst ever result. 10 marks out of 10 for England so far as they swat aside San Marino and Albania. Should England build the team around Harry Kane when it comes to constructing their midfield? And who’s been the big winner of Euro 2020 being delayed by a year? Meanwhile Aidy Boothroyd’s Under 21s would settle for a shot on target. Why do so many big nations not have a style or system at Under 21 level? And Daniel takes on Sasha in another intriguing encounter in the Inter Totally Cup. Plus Dzyuba, Derby and football’s finest statues. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Republic of Ireland 0-1 Luxembourg with Ken Early (03m 30s) • PART 1b: Worst moment following your nation? (11m 30s) • PART 1c: Elsewhere in Europe – Dzyuba goals and Swiss goals (15m 00s) • PART 2a: Albania 0-2 England (28m 00s) • PART 2b: England v Poland preview with Ryan Hubbard (35m 30s) • PART 2c: England Under 21s lose again (42m 00s) • PART 3: On This Day – footballing statues and Derby 07/08 (50m 30s) • PART 4: Inter Totally Cup – Goryunov v Storey (56m 00s) 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
For Episode 96 of the Hoopsfix Podcast, we sit down with Toyotsu Fighting Eagles Nagoya big man, Ben Lawson.The 7'1″ centre originally out of Oaklands College, turned pro in 2017-18 after a four year career at NCAA Division 1 school Western Kentucky University where he finished up as their fourth all-time blocked shots leader, starting his career in Cyprus before making the switch to Japan in 2018-19 where he has remained since.A former England Under-18 and GB Under-20, Lawson played for the Memphis Grizzlies in the 2019 NBA Summer League, and was recently named to the GB Senior Men's squad long list.In this 1 hour and 20 minute interview, we look back on Lawson's journey so far and how he has fought through adversity to carve himself out a pro career.Timestamps:00:00 Intro 02:44 Interview start 03:01 How COVID-19 has affected the leagues in Japan 05:29 Whether COVID-19 impacted his decision to sign in Asia 06:51 How much he is in touch with other British guys overseas 07:54 His inclusion on the GB Senior squad long list and how much that is an aspiration 09:17 Whether his involvement with the GB program will be limited to summer months 10:33 Ben's early years being involve with multiple sports 13:03 How serious about basketball he was when he enrolled at Oaklands 14:27 How much his height played a role into funnelling him into basketball 16:02 Getting to grips with his body and height 17:35 Coming out of nowhere onto the scene and when things started to click 20:23 The talent in the '95 generation and if he ever felt out of his depth 23:14 Being coached by Steve Bucknall with the national team 24:59 Standout memories from playing in Division A with the England U18s 27:10 When the US colleges started recruiting him 29:26 How early he knew he was going to sign with WKU 30:50 Being a true freshman 31:20 The transition from England to WKU 33:15 Whether the biggest thing about the UK to US transition is the physicality & athleticism 34:50 Sticking out all 4 years at WKU 37:37 How much he's thinking about stats at college to be able to turn pro 40:41 The standout memories from college 42:15 How much he goes back to visit WKU now 43:03 Turning pro 44:36 Whether he ever second guessed turning pro 46:42 Whether Cyprus was the only pro offer he had 47:43 Reflections on whether he made it when he was in Cyprus because of the lifestyle 49:16 Knocking down the game winner at the buzzer in the Playoff Semi-Finals in Cyprus 52:35 Whether the offers started coming in after his good year in Cyprus 55:43 Why he thinks the offers didn't come 58:30 Getting two big offers from Japan after a workout in LA 1:01:47 The cultural transition from West to East, playing in Japan 1:05:12 Whether he feels like he has embraced the culture and found a second home in Japan 1:06:29 If he feels like he'll spend a lot of his career in Japan 1:08:10 The level on the floor in Japan and if he feels he is being challenged enough 1:10:58 Playing for Memphis in the NBA Summer League 1:13:23 How close he feels to being able to play in the NBA 1:14:44 Whether he wants to do NBA Summer League again 1:15:47 Turning down a G-League offer to play in Japan 1:18:39 Staying with the same agent since his rookie year 1:19:11 His favourite basketball memory 1:19:37 Best coach he's every played for 1:20:22 Best teammate he's ever had 1:20:33 Best British player he's played with or against 1:21:08 Best individual performance he's ever witnessed 1:21:52 Where he wants to be in the next 3-5 yearsThe show has been approved on iTunes – find it here and please subscribe to automatically receive new episodes straight to your phone/computer/tablet – if you could give us a review/rating it would be much appreciated to help the podcast spread far and wide, meanwhile it is also on Spotify here, Overcast, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts.You can support Hoopsfix's work in helping to grow British basketball on Patreon.
In this weeks episode of Dogger Saints: An Unofficial Podcast of the BLOODY LEAGUE CUP WINNERS St. Johnstone, Sam and Dan chat to former England Under-21 international, Saints hero and all round good guy Michael Duberry about his time north of the border. The lads also discuss whether Steve Clarke should be taking a look at Shaun Rooney the campaign for Nick Dasovic to enter the Saints Hall of Fame begins in earnest and our weekly Saints Story looks at what happens when the Sunday League ringer is taken to the extreme. This bumper episode sees us delve further into the belly of the shit merch beast, join George for our weekly refreshment in The Royal, and take a trip to Sweden for a ‘Doggers on Tour' section which mainly confirmed that Dan has never met anybody from Sweden. Forthcoming fixtures against Accies and Hibs are looked forward to and, oh, we may even talk a little bit about a little game that took place on Sunday... Join the lads for this weeks episode, and keep the celebrations going.
In a bonus edition of Under the Covers, Guernsey Cricket enthousiasts had the opportunity to ask former England Under 19 captain and Middlesex opening batsman Max Holden about the game of cricket. Where to find Max Online Twitter https://twitter.com/maxholden_4?lang=en Instagram https://www.instagram.com/maxholden4/ Where to find Guernsey Cricket Online LinkedIn -https://www.linkedin.com/company/guernsey-cricket-board/ Twitter -https://twitter.com/guernseycricket Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/guernseycricket Instagram -https://www.instagram.com/guernseycricket YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFiW9PhroVLRGhrT5_NfatQ *Website - *www.guernseycricket.com
Taz Bricknell is a professional rugby union player, playing in the Premier 15s for Worcester Warriors. She plays in the back row and has also played for Gloucester-Hartpury and England Under 20’s. Today I’m joined by Taz Bricknell, a professional rugby player for Worcester Warrior where she talks about the challenges involved in playing professionally in a male-dominated sport. We also discuss how COVID-19 has impacted her daily routines and her role as an ambassador in The Sports Business Club. Key Learning Points: Taking a positive mindset towards negativity and using it as motivation. Don’t listen to what outsiders have to say, focus on yourself and your teammates. It’s natural that the Coronavirus has an impact on your motivation. Managing playing professional rugby yet working many hours too. Dealing with criticism on social media. The importance of exercise and social contact for your mental health. Connect with Taz Bricknell LinkedIn Instagram The Sports Business Club Connect with David Charlton To book a call with David Join David @ The Sports Psychology Hub Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn Useful Podcast Episodes Nick Grantham: Essential Elements of Rest and Recovery (Ep 015) David Charlton: How the Mentally Tough Deal with Lockdown (Ep 025) Aly Dixon: Mental Toughness Lessons from a World Champion (033) Dr John Perry: Thrive, Don’t Just Survive 2021 (Ep 035) Other Useful Resources All blogs and podcasts that support you during the coronavirus pandemic A well-being Menu to help your mental health
For Episode 89 of the Hoopsfix podcast we sit down with Kent Crusaders Director Jesse Sazant.Sazant, originally from Canada, built the foundations of his coaching career and philosophy working under the legendary Dave Smart at Carleton University, before moving to the UK in 2000 to pursue his teaching career.He got involved with Kent Crusaders - then known as East Kent Crusaders - the day he landed in England, before becoming a director 3 years later and taking over the reins of the programme. In the 17 years since, the Crusaders have grown to mini ballers (boys & girls), U12 (boys & girls), U14 (boys & girls), U16 (men), U18 (men) and Senior men's teams, along with two academies.Alongside the Crusaders, Jesse has served Head Coach of the England Under-15 boys development program for 5 years, assisted the England Under-16 men for 4 years, was Chairman of the EABL for 4 years, has coached various South East Regional teams and was a statistician at the London 2012 Olympics.Sazant also served in the competitions group for Basketball England's Basketball Development Model in 2016.In this two hour episode, we discuss the growth of Canadian basketball and the lessons that can be applied to British basketball, along with the birth of the EABL and Basketball England's attempts to change the game through the Basketball Development model and much more.00:00 Intro02:32 Interview start02:58 Jesse's start in basketball in Canada05:23 Who is Dave Smart and his relevance to basketball in Canada06:39 What his takeaways and learnings were from working with Dave Smart11:15 Dave's confrontational demeanour and whether it can be too much13:38 Smart's role as GB U20 Head Coach and what happened with the programme16:53 Whether the young British player mentality is not ready for accountability20:01 Fixing the depth problem within British basketball24:09 If defining club's levels needs to be federation led26:26 Whether the BBL could be taking a lead on the pathway28:38 How Canada develops players and the mixture between clubs and school sides34:50 Canada's rise to prominence as a basketball nation39:41 Coach development in the UK46:43 Why Jesse moved to the UK and his biggest surprises about basketball here52:06 The progression of basketball since he has been here53:52 His intentions around coaching when he moved here56:24 His year with Humph Long at the East London Royals1:00:44 How much of an advantage London or big city clubs have1:02:27 How to prevent players from moving clubs1:05:09 Making the decision to focus on the Crusaders1:06:45 Becoming a director of Kent Crusaders and taking the reins1:08:20 Whether there were aspirations to have a BBL franchise1:09:00 Could Kent support a BBL franchise?1:10:09 Discovering Ryan Richards1:16:50 Whether it was obvious Richards was a potential NBA player1:18:25 If Ryan reached his potential as a player1:21:35 Academy basketball - why academies are important and what role they have to play1:25:25 The different competitions academies were competing in originally1:27:11 The formation of the EABL and where it has come to1:38:32 The decision by Basketball England to move the academy leagues back in-house1:42:11 Easy wins for the academy leagues to improve1:44:43 Basketball England's BDM - Basketball Development Model1:50:58 The scale of the changes the BDM were initially proposing1:53:28 The change of direction the Kent Crusaders decided1:58:36 Favourite coach he's been around1:59:14 Best British junior player he's seen2:00:23 Favourite basketball memory2:01:29 Best individual British basketball performance he's witnessed2:02:23 What's in the future for Jesse and Kent Crusaders in the next 3-5 yearsThe show has been approved on iTunes – find it here and please subscribe to automatically receive new episodes straight to your phone/computer/tablet – if you could give us a review/rating it would be much appreciated to help the podcast spread far and wide, meanwhile it is also on Spotify here, Overcast, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts.You can support Hoopsfix's work in helping to grow British basketball on Patreon.
In May 2002, Ross Gardner was captaining an England Under-17's side at the European Championships that contained Wayne Rooney. Just over a year later, he was stood in front of a Premier League tribunal after raising a bullying case at Newcastle United that would shape his life from that point forward, and see him leave the professional game just five years later.In the next episode of Taboo on the Terraces, Ryan discusses with Ross how a lack of support given to a young footballer would lead to a gambling addiction, how his struggle with grief lead him down a very dark path in his personal life, and how working with the Sporting Chance Clinic quite literally saved his life. Ross' brutally honest depiction of his life to date is an incredible story.Enjoyed this episode? Please leave us a review, and spread the word of the podcast to your friends and family.Been affected by any of the issues discussed in this episode? Head over to our website to find useful resources and contact numbers.
For Episode 85 of the Hoopsfix podcast, we sit down with first year pro and GB Senior international Akwasi Yeboah.Currently plying his trade with Saint Quentin in France's Pro B for his rookie year, Yeboah is coming off a hugely successful college career, where he played at Stony Brook before becoming a grad-transfer to Rutgers.He is one of the few Brits to score over 1600 points during his college career, made multiple-all conference teams, and also led the 2017 GB Under-20 side to Division A promotion whilst earning All-Star five honours.Yeboah was part of the 'comeback kids' Barking Abbey side that won the 2015 NBL Division 1 Men's title with a squad that consisted of just one player over 19.Due to COVID-19, Yeboah missed out on his opportunity to play in the 2020 NCAA Tournament (which was cancelled) and subsequently increase his 'stock' for the pros, and has navigated turning pro during a challenging time for basketball globally.In this 1 hour and 20 minute pod we discuss Akwasi's journey so far and how he is finding pro life.Time stamps:00:00 Intro02:37 Interview start03:01 Transitioning to pro life04:03 Whether there is more pressure now he's a pro04:40 How COVID-19 has affected the basketball in France07:24 The lockdown in France and how it's impacting the league08:46 Whether COVID-19 impacted the decision on where he signed10:43 How COVID-19 has impacted Akwasi's opportunities12:05 What it felt like to sign his rookie contract13:21 Whether there are any surprises about being a pro basketball player14:52 What Akwasi does with his down time15:26 What a day in the life looks like16:58 How his French is coming on17:33 Akwasi's early years in Ghana and why he moved to the UK aged 919:18 Getting punished with a cain in Ghana21:20 How much his brother Kwame influenced his playing23:16 Playing for London Spartans, Brentwood Fire and NASSA24:04 The stacked NASSA junior side that were a year up from Akwasi26:06 Now playing on the GB Senior squad with guys he looked up26:39 His first junior national team experience27:17 Not getting selected for the England Under-18s28:15 The point he realised he could be a professional player29:38 His first year at Barking Abbey and transitioning to an academy30:56 The jump in his development from his first year to second year at BA32:32 The group he was with at BA and how much that pushed him34:02 The NBL Division 1 run with BA and getting his only D1 scholarship offer at the back of it37:22 Whether he always maintained the faith he could play at NCAA Division 1 level38:20 If there was any hesitation to sign with Stony Brook immediately38:48 The herd mentality when it comes to recruiting 39:25 The transition to the US40:06 Putting on weight in his Freshman year40:43 The decision to redshirt his first year at Stony Brook42:19 The team making the NCAA tournament in his redshirt year43:57 Whether the level of provision and facilities at D1 schools become normalised after a period of time45:31 Whether college sports in the states has a higher level of provision than the pros46:19 If redshirting made it hard to know whether his skills would transfer to games48:04 The coach that recruited him leaving after his redshirt year50:13 Hitting the rookie wall in his Freshman year51:06 Not having the option to transfer even if he wanted to51:48 Being named All-Rookie conference team in his Freshman year52:37 His year by year progress in his college career53:42 Looking back on his 3 years at Stony Brook and the standout memories55:42 When he started thinking about the pros56:26 Whether being a grad-transfer and getting his masters was in his head when he initially redshirted57:20 When he knew he was going to transfer58:04 The recruiting process from schools to be a grad-transfer59:29 Whether he always knew Rutgers were going to be the likely choice1:00:30 The differences between mid-major and high-major level at college1:01:40 Whether anyone ever torched him in the Big 101:02:16 The best player he personally guarded1:02:59 Playing against NBA talent and seeing it up close1:03:54 His season at Rutgers1:05:58 The difference between Rutgers and Stony Brook off court1:07:03 Missing out on the NCAA tournament and being nationally ranked1:08:15 Playing for Junior national team and whether it helps with his development1:09:15 Whether having knowledge of the international game gives him an edge in college1:10:06 Deciding which agent to sign for when it came to turning pro1:12:06 How he is approaching his rookie year1:13:11 Whether playing in the BBL is on his radar at all1:15:05 Best British junior player he's seen1:16:29 Best coach he's played for1:17:18 His favourite basketball memory1:17:42 Where he wants to be in the next 3-5 yearsThe show has been approved on iTunes – find it here and please subscribe to automatically receive new episodes straight to your phone/computer/tablet – if you could give us a review/rating it would be much appreciated to help the podcast spread far and wide, meanwhile it is also on Spotify here, Overcast, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts.You can support Hoopsfix's work in helping to grow British basketball on Patreon.
This week Sioned Dafydd is joined by Gwion Sampson, Liv Griffiths and Emily Liles as they look back at the midweek international fixtures as Northern Ireland qualify at Wales's expense and Scotland also miss out. WSL is back and Emily was at Spurs to see Rehanne Skinner's first game as boss, as Alex Morgan was amongst the scorers as they secured three points and we hear from her after the game. Manchester United march on with a win at Aston Villa as the concussion debate rages on. Liv was at Reading to see an inspired performance from England Under 21 keeper Sophie Baggerley and she caught up with her post match and also with Reading Head Coach Kelly Chambers. Their is a review of all the other matches in the league and also a look at the Championship. Plus the Champions League looms on the horizon and producer Luke caught up with Glasgow City's goalkeeper, Erin Clackers, ahead of there trip to Prague. Subscribe via Itunes, Spotify or Apple podcasts
Matt is joined by Lyndon, Peter Mac and Adam Jones for this week's show.We discuss Tom Davies' position in the squad after his goal for England Under-21s on Wednesday. Elsewhere, we assess the deadline day and ask whether Everton should've moved for Sergio Romero. We finish by asking if expectations and have been altered and if fans being absent is making a positive impact on the team.
Anthony joins us to discuss the importance of coaching and developing people as a leader. We focus on his career in the football (soccer) world with his experience at Southampton Football Club, Woking Football Club and Grimsby Town Football Club. Anthony Limbrick is currently the Assistant Manager of League Two team Grimsby Town FC working under Ian Holloway. He was born in Tasmania before moving to the UK seeking to be a professional footballer. After breaking his leg he opted to retire and become a coach in the game. He started coaching in the community and semi-professional working his way up to Southampton Football Club where he progressed from Under 14’s to Under 23’s working with people like Nigel Adkins, Mauricio Pochettino and Ronald Koeman as well as players James Ward-Prowse, Luke Shaw and Josh Sims to name a few. Following this, he was England Under 17’s assistant and West Ham United coach before joining Woking Football Club as their manager in 2017. After a bright start put them third in the National League and upsets in the FA Cup, things were looking up to the Football League but after losing key players and a winless run, Anthony lost his job. That Summer he moved into the Football League where he has spent 2 years at Grimsby.
Today's guest is the current England Under 16 Head Coach Justin Cochrane. If you like football, coaching, are involved in developing young players/people this is a brilliant insight into someone who is doing really great things. He had a career playing professional football before transitioning to become a coach age 27. His coaching ability was quite apparent but Justin has an amazing ability to develop young people and so he rose through the ranks quickly at Tottenham to become Under 23 assistant under Mauricio Pochettino who was the first team manager at the time. Justin is also involved in a local Charity Holler UK - www.holleruk.com who bring community leaders into schools to speak and inspire children from their area. You can find Justin on twitter @justincochrane8 We'd love our listeners to recommend people for the show so if you know anyone please do send them our way. Please do leave us a review or a rating on iTunes as these are always greatly appreciated. We want to hear your comments feedback & suggesstions - email us at email@example.com and or check out our website www.engagefs.co.uk
Marco Silva was back in front of the media at Finch Farm today to preview the trip to Bournemouth on Sunday. Also on the agenda was the plan for Tom Davies, following his impressive showing for England Under-21s, and Alex Iwobi's start to his Blues career, and just how important the summer signing can be. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The decision to hold the world heavyweight rematch between Anthony Joshua and current world champion, Andy Ruiz, in Saudi Arabia has drawn heavy criticism from human rights groups. Joshua suffered a shock defeat in New York earlier this year and the pair will step inside the ring on the 7th of December, this time in Diriyah, on the outskirts of Riyadh. However, the middle east country's "abysmal human rights record" has been called into question by Amnesty International UK, which urged Joshua to "inform himself of the human rights situation" ahead of the rematch. We hear from Allan Hogarth of Amnesty International and writer/broadcaster Steve Bunce. Getting on a horse for some could be a daunting experience but for Guy Mitchell, his challenge as a jockey enters a whole new perspective.He rode into sporting history last month when he became the first person with one eye to ride in a British horse race. Guy explained to Caroline that he had this burning desire to continue the racing tradition within his family and whether he gets annoyed with all the attention he receives globally as he is often described as the jockey with one eye. The 2019 Women's European American Football Championships are being held in the UK for the first time, four teams will take part including the defending champions Finland, who won the 2015 tournament in Spain. One team who will be challenging for the title will be the hosts Great Britain who are also the number one ranked European team. Eloise Walsh is a member of the GB squad, she told Caroline how she went from a ballet dancer to a international American Football player. England will be desperately looking to level the series in the second Test at Lords against Australia - after starring in England's recent World Cup win, all-rounder Jofra Archer made his Test debut. We hear from someone who knows Archer very well, former England bowler and now head coach of the England Under 19 side Jon Lewis. Picture - Ruiz defeats Joshua (Credit - Getty Images)
The Badger, James Buttler, is joined on this week's show by Kent top-order batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond. The former England Under-19 and England Lions batsman is looking forward to playing for Kent in Division One of the County Championship. He's certainly one to watch as we go through the summer/ Thank you very much for listening and supporting the podcast! Contact the show via Twitter on @cricket_badger or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd like to advertise on the Podcast drop us a line and we will send you our list of very competitive rates.
Canaries correspondent David Freezer sat down with Max Aarons at Colney for an exclusive interview about the England Under-19 international's breakthrough season at Norwich City, speculation linking him with Premier League clubs and the right-back's promotion hopes. For all the latest Norwich City news and views, head over to [pinkun.com](https://www.pinkun.com/home) #Norwich #City #Canaries #Max #Aarons #NCFC #PinkUn #David #Freezer #Championship #Premier #League #England #U19s
The boys Sam Lee, Adam Keyworth and Stephen McInerney chat about our wonder boy Phil Foden in the England Under 21s and whether he really wants to stay. We chat about how super Sterling handled the criticism and what do you think is the best City kits in history? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Apr 2, 2018 at 12:37pm Episode: Edward VI's Regency Council After producing my series on Lady Jane Grey I thought I should step back a bit and look at the beginning of Edward VI's reign. As many of you already know I have an obsession with Thomas Seymour - it is at the time of Edward accession to the throne that things began to sour for Thomas Seymour...where he may have foresaw great favor and wealth, realty brought him much less. Thomas Seymour was not even trusted by King Henry VIII to be on the regency council of his own nephew. This episode will focus on the events that occurred prior to King Henry VIII's death and will end with each of the sixteen men on the council and a bit about them. I would also like to take a minute to apologize for the slaughtering of English place names, surnames and events -- I didn't realize until after the fact that I may have done a bit more research on how to pronounce a few things - my apologies, in advance. ----- Written by: Rebecca Larson Voiced by: Rebecca Larson Produced by: Rebecca Larson Music Credits: Suonatore di Liuto Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ------------------------------------------------------------ Sources/References: Acts of the Privy Council of England, Volume 2 Craik, George Lillie & Charles MacFarlane. "The pictorial history of England during the reign of George the Third: being a history of the people, as well as a history of the kingdom. Illustrated with several hundred woodcuts, Volume 2". De Lisle, Leanda. "Tudor" Hutchinson, Robert. "The Last Days of Henry VIII" Lipscomb, Suzannah. "The King is Dead" Scard, Margaret. "Edward Seymour" Tytler, Patrick Fraser. "England Under the Reigns of Edward VI and Mary, With Contemporary History of Europe, Illustrated in a Series of Original Letters Never Before Printed: with Historical Introductions and Biographical and Critical Notes; in Two Volumes." Wagner, John A., Susan Walter Schmid. "Encyclopedia of Tudor England"
As one of only 3 men to get Watford promoted to the Premier League, Aidy Boothroyd arrived at Vicarage Road in 2005, with little fanfare and a lot of questions. However, the following season was a whirlwind, which, as we all know, led to promotion in an emphatic win in the 2006 Championship Play Off final against Leeds at the Millennium Stadium. His time at Watford ended, like so many managers, badly in 2008 and in this Catching Up with Jon talks with Aidy at St George’s Park, where he now leads the next generation of young England players, as the Coach of England Under 21. They discuss his time as the Manager of Watford and now, 10 years on, how he reflects and looks back on his impact, signings and life since leaving The Vic.
Nigel Reo-Coker joins us for episode 6 of the Soccer AM Podcast to discuss throwing players in the river at Wimbledon, meeting Puff Daddy at a David Beckham party and that famous FA Cup Final against Liverpool.Plus, we find out what it's like to captain the England Under 21s, how difficult it is play in the MLS, discover the coaching secrets of Martin O'Neill and learn of the dangers of a squeaky voiced team talk.We also chat about the lack of characters in football, what it was like to be playing for Wimbledon when they became MK Dons and address the elephant in the room; why DOES Nigel use 7 onions in his Lemon Chicken recipe?!But that's not all, Pete recalls the time his friend got Nigel Reo Coker banned from a local taxi firm, Smithy tells us about his friend Joe Cole getting confused for the footballer Joe Cole and we look for YOUR stories of pretending to be a football or getting confused for a footballer. Best ones will win Soccer AM TV show tickets, send your stories to: SoccerAMPodcast@skysports.com.Also, WIN Soccer AM goodies by leaving us the funniest 5-star review on iTunes!
Welcome to the 5th CONKERS’ CORNER. In this podcast I have the pleasure of speaking with GORDON WATSON @Flash_37 on Twitter. This year Gordon celebrated his 45th birthday and has enjoyed a varied and successful career. In his childhood he was raised in a Local Authority Children’s Home, where he channeled his energies into his love for playing football. He progressed to playing for England Under 21’s and was also signed for his now beloved football team Southampton Football Club for £1.2 Million (a huge sum in 1995). As a forward/striker Gordon’s goals were often a catalyst for improved performance within the clubs he played for. These included: Charlton Town, Sheffield Wednesday, Southampton, Bradford City City, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Hartlepool United.His goals often led the teams he played for to achieve great success including Wembley appearances and League promotions. After enjoying a successful professional football career which spanned 1989-2003, Gordon retired to take up Football Scouting and Player Analysis. He also took up making shrewd investments in mostly small AIM stocks. His most recent notable successes include 88 Energy & Keras Resources. Through reflection he has attained personal growth and wisdom, helping him avoid the traps befalling many a retired football player. Gordon is one of the smarter ones because he realised what really matters in life. Listen now to gain insights into how Gordon invests and learn from the lessons in his investing journey.
It’s the international break, so to get you through the two-week lull, we caught up with another former Rams favourite. Malcolm Christie joined Derby from non-league Nuneaton in 1998 for just £50,000, going on to score more than 20 Premiership goals and represent England Under-21s. Chris, Richard and Tom spoke to Malcolm about his most memorable Derby moments, including *that* goal at Old Trafford, *that* miss at Old Trafford, and praying before matches with Taribo West. Forced to retire aged just 29, Malcolm also speaks candidly about how his injury nightmare meant he didn’t watch football for three years, the moment he decided to quit the game, and how he’s adjusted since. Enjoy the podcast? Support SBW by retweeting us, telling your DCFC friends, and subscribing on Soundcloud or iTunes. Thanks for listening!
Robbie Stockdale will have to make sure he doesn’t walk through the wrong dressing room door when he visits the Riverside Stadium on Sunday.The 37-year-old Teessider made more than 70 league appearances for Middlesbrough after graduating from the club’s academy.Now he’ll be plotting Boro’s downfall as Sunderland’s new joint-caretaker manager alongside Billy McKinley.Prior to Tuesday’s eventful home encounter with Bolton at the Stadium of Light, Stockdale sat down with The Gazette's Boro editor Philip Tallentire for the Gazette’s latest exclusive podcast interview.They had plenty to talk about with the former England Under-21 defender talking about his years as a Boro mad schoolboy, his first team debut as a raw teenager and his stint as the first choice right-back in the Steve McClaren era.He also talks about his battles with injuries and his experiences playing lower league football after leaving Middlesbrough.And there are humorous recollections of his last visit to the Riverside as a coach with Sunderland earlier this year, with Stockdale revealing that Boro coach Joe Jordan stood on his foot during a touchline altercation. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Lords of East Africa Newsland in Cape Town, New Road in Worcester, the Queenstown Event centre in New Zealand, three of the prettiest grounds to watch or play cricket but there is a new stadium that could usurp their crown. The Kicukiro Oval in Kigali, maybe one of the newest grounds in world cricket but it’s already one of the grounds with spectacular scenery in sport. History will be made this weekend, when it will host the first competitive game. Rwanda will be taking on an All Star XI including the likes of Michael Vaughan, Brain Lara, Herschelle Gibbs and Sam Billings. Eric Dusingizimana will be leading out Rwanda and he thinks his team will give the All-stars a run for their money. Eric explains in detail how cricket has helped his country heal and move on from the genocide in the 1990's. While Sam says he’s nervous ahead of his knock on the new wicket. Rock bottom but on the up: the WWE and film star who saved a World Cup dream Convicted for assault, multiple knee injuries and sleeping in his car outside the training ground. Junior Vaivai has had an eventful career so far but the American Samoan is about to play in his first Rugby League World Cup. The 27 year old was about to give up his playing career but a thanksgiving trip and a conversation with a family member changed his life. Junior’s cousin is WWE wrestler and highest paid actor in the world, Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson. Dwayne convinced Junior to stick with the sport and his advice paid off, as Junior will line up the Eagles against Fiji on Saturday. A Cookie Monster and a bar of soap tattoo If you’re planning to attend any cycling race in the United States, then you’ll probably come across Phil Gaimon. The ex-professional cyclist has swapped his bike for his a cookie monster hat and offers riders only the best cookies on their ascent. Phil retired in 2014 and by his own admission, wasn't one of the most talented riders in the peloton but what he is proud of is that he did so clean. He even had a bar of soap tattooed on his arm to prove a point. He says doping will continue in the sport. He says cheats shouldn't be invited to take part in any cycling event again. Anyone but England? Anyone but England. A phrase commonly used in bars and clubs across Wales, Scotland and Ireland (maybe the whole world, you never know), when England takes to field or court in any sport. Well, the England Under 17 football team are into the World Cup final against Spain. The match will be taking place in Kolkata. What do the locals think of the team and has this cricket mad nation finally embraced football?
Colin Cooper is something of a Middlesbrough legend.A member of the team that rose from the ashes to win back-to-back promotions in 1987 and 1988 under Bruce Rioch, the 50-year-old is now an England Under-21 coach.He was a Boro player when they were at their lowest ebb – 1986’s liquidation – and when they were at their peak – the 2004 League Cup final in Cardiff.He’s worn the red shirt at a crumbling Ayresome Park and in the modern surroundings of the Riverside Stadium.Cooper has been a reserve and first team coach at Boro and was even, briefly, the caretaker manager when Gareth Southgate was sacked in 2009.So, it’s fair to say there was plenty to talk about when he sat down with Gazette Boro Editor Philip Tallentire to record an exclusive podcast.Cooper is an engaging and honest interviewee so why not hear what he has to say about his career so far and his plans for the future?He talks about leaving Boro in 1991, returning seven years later after successful stints with Millwall and Nottingham Forest.He reveals his pride at winning two England caps and playing against Brazilian legends Ronaldo, Juninho and Edmundo at Wembley.He talks about the pain of relegation in 2009 and his frustrations with Hartlepool during his first spell in management.He even reveals a fondness for North-east band Maximo Park and a friendship with their Boro-supporting lead singer Paul Smith. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Another weekend, and another trophy to talk about as #TFC lifted silverware at the weekend. We also look at the internationals, with the #USMNT and an American based player who's got in to the England Under 21 squad. Take a listen through to hear Andy Lawson and our #MLS expert Drew Farmer talk through those big talking topics.
In a special interview with former LFC Under 23 manager Michael Beale we discuss the LFC academy production line which appears to to be bringing real talent through. We get his thoughts on the recent England Under 20 world cup win and the player of the tournament and recent LFC signing Dominic Solanke. We also talk about how he's made the trip to Sao Paulo and the Brazilian league.
On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Dr. Liam West joins me to discuss how young medical professions can break into the competitive sports and exercise medicine world. Dr. Liam West trained at Cardiff Medical School in Wales, United Kingdom and has transitioned into working in Australian Rules Football both at the elite and Academy levels whilst still working in Soccer for Melbourne Victory. He is also working in research at La Trobe University whilst also helping lead their SEM departments Social Media and content creation In this episode, we discuss: -Tools young clinicians use to break into sports and exercise medicine -Tips for introverts preparing for networking events -The key element to master for buy-in with athletes -Why you should seek out communication training to supplement your clinical skill set -And so much more! Sports and exercise medicine has a lot of traction globally and getting involved in international conferences can lead to many opportunities. Dr. West believes, “You don’t just need a local network, you need an international network.” One of the easiest tools at your disposal to connect with people outside your geographic region is through the use of social media. However, Dr. West warns, “Be very careful on social media,” and always project professionalism. Gaining access to a niche field like sports medicine requires hard work and self-initiative, Dr. West reminds us that, “People don’t owe you the experience.” Sports medicine practitioners face the unique dilemma of supporting a team’s success while looking out for the player’s best interest and health. Maintaining professional boundaries is critical to sustaining objectivity and ensuring positive outcomes and Dr. West stresses, “You’re there to work, do not become a fan.” While experience is valuable, young clinicians will find that athletes care more about your commitment to their success than how long you have been treating patients as Dr. West points out, “Athletes don’t really care how much you know until they know that you care.” Dr. West believes, “Honesty is really powerful with an athlete.” For more information on Dr. West: Dr. Liam West trained at Cardiff Medical School in Wales, United Kingdom. During his first few years there he also completed a Sports Science Bachelors degree to dip his toes into the alluring water of Sports Medicine. During his undergraduate studies he set up a student society to promote, educate and offers opportunities within SEM to his peers both in medicine but all areas of SEM such as physiotherapy, sports science etc. Through the national acclaimed success of this society he then crated similar societies across the UK before founding an overarching UK student society and later a European wide one. These societies kick started what is now an extremely strong and vibrant junior SEM scene in the UK. In his fourth year of his studies he single handedly ran his own student SEM conference attracting 250 delegates - this introduced him to Karim Kahn and Peter Brukner. A role within BJSM followed and over the years this has developed into being a Senior Associate Editor and a role within education. After his studies finished he completed a Diploma in SEM whilst working full time as a junior doctor. He picked up his clinical work by working in horse riding, the Women's Soccer Premier League and as the England Under 16 Doctor. In 2015 he made the switch to live in Melbourne where he still currently resides. He has transitioned into working in Australian Rules Football both at the elite and Academy levels whilst still working in Soccer for Melbourne Victory. He has left hospital medicine and is working in research at La Trobe University whilst also helping lead their SEM departments Social Media and content creation. He wrote a chapter in the newly released Clinical Sports Medicine (Brukner and Kahn). Away from Academia, after playing soccer all of his life he has now converted this season to playing Australian Rules Football and is slowly learning what a true contact sport feels like. Resources discussed on this show: Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard Liam West Twitter Journal Articles: BJSM: Inside Track West, L. R. (2013). Sport and exercise medicine in the undergraduate curriculum. Are we inspiring the next generation of sport and exercise medicine doctors and helping them overcome the barriers they face getting into the specialty? British Journal of Sports Medicine, 47(11), 664-5 West, L. R., & Griffin, S. (2016). Sport and exercise medicine in the UK: what juniors should know to get ahead. British Journal of Sports Medicine, bjsports-2016-096631Published Online First: 8 October 2016 To train or not to train for SEM – the medical student dilemma - British Journal of Sports Medicine What my 13 flight, 4 country sports medicine elective taught me – 5 lessons for success in sports & exercise medicine – British Journal of Sports Medicine To MSc or not to MSc; a Doctor’s perspective – British Journal of Sports Medicine Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! 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Gary Tucker returns to the pod after the birth of Easton ‘M’Baye’ Tucker. Paul Tucker runs through the highs of the 2-1 win, with Richard Brick guesting as an away fan who admired Niang and Deeney from the away end. Gary also introduces Someone Like Capoue, where shortbread is up for grabs for the man who guesses the player from the clues. Congratulations are also due to former Watford gaffer Aidy Boothroyd, who will lead England Under-21s this year and prepare the next crop of future England go-out-on-penalties full internationals.
Neil and James are back for an ALL NEW OWLSTALK Sheffield Wednesday Podcast. We have a new recording studio, we have some new sounds, we have some new topics and we have a NEW, LIVE THEME TUNE! This week, we talk about the transfer window SLAMMING shut and SWFC's nine signings, including club-record signing Adam Reach, post-transfer window capture Urby Emanuelson and previous newbies Kean, Sasso, Pudil, Jones, Abdi, Fletcher and Buckley. We have an update on the state of the Owls Megastore, as well as a look at the new 'Panini Sticker' style adornments to Hillsborough Stadium. George Hirst scored a penalty and a header for England Under-18s (and NEARLY got his hat-trick!), we hear from him... kind of. Plus, lots more including BIG NEW EXCLUSIVE OWLSTALK SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY FANS PODCAST SIGNING, Steve Basford (WWEBOOM!), Dot Cotton and Grant Mitchell pay a visit to get interviewed by BBC Radio Sheffield commentator/presenter Rob Staton, lots of nonsense chat and MORE. And all this is recorded at and in association with TOOLMAKERS RECORDING STUDIO in Sheffield and SPONSORED BY THE SAUSAGE COTTAGE! Banging stuff!About Owlstalk The Sheffield Wednesday Fans Podcast:Every day thousands of Sheffield Wednesday fans come together to discuss all things about the Owls, and then more random subjects.As the biggest, busiest and best SWFC forum with many different diverse viewpoints there is always plenty to talk about, and that is what we try to do in the Owlstalk: The Sheffield Wednesday Fans Podcast!Sometimes we have to put the football to one side and talk about the people that make our club and community what it is: the fans.Feel free to get involved and post your feedback, thoughts and contributions on the forums at owlstalk.co.uk!Follow Owlstalk online at:Twitter |Facebook |YouTube |iTunes |Acast |OWLSTALK Forums! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.