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Stu, Anne-Marie & George are joined by AFC Wimbledon First Team Players, Nik Tzanev & Cheye Alexander.Nik discusses his international trip to Bahrain with New Zealand, whilst Cheye discusses full on training in the English winter. We talk about Sheffield Wednesday result, the FA Cup 1st Round draw and the midweek trip to Lincoln City.
As we reach the final qualifying round of the FA Cup, Tim Fuell embraces the stats and facts surrounding the 32 ties with @FACupFactfile Phil Annets and talks to two managers hoping to lead their sides to cupsets. Marske United boss Carl Jarrett has led his side already into 5 wins from 5 in this season's FA Cup, with 5 clean sheets and scoring 20 goals. With the visit of Gateshead from two levels above a sell-out he believes his club from a "small fishing port" are more than capable of going further in this competition and moving further up the pyramid. Moving further is something Chertsey Town boss Kevin Maclaren has done in recent months. His weekly commute from Blackburn down to the outskirts of London to try to balance a young family with work and football certainly suggests he'd be comfortable with another National cup run. As a player under Dave Anderson he covered the country on the way to winning the FA Vase. As his replacement as manager he's continued that success, unbeaten this season in the league and heading to Southend this week in the FA Cup looking for a cupset. Rounding off the show looking at the National League, FA Cup and managerial changes at Southend, Leatherhead, Stourbridge and Billericay and previewing this weekend's paper is Senior Writer of The Non League Paper David Richardson.
Aaron Paul is joined by QPR chief executive Lee Hoos and former Hull City manager Phil Brown, who talks about his departure from Southend at the weekend. Fresh from announcing his retirement from football, ex-Swansea winger Wayne Routledge joins the podcast to discuss his future plans. Sutton United manager Matt Gray gives us insight into his side's rapid rise into the League Two play-offs. And with the FA Cup first round proper just one victory away, Pontefract Collieries boss Craig Rouse looks ahead to his team's mouthwatering derby against FC Halifax.
We were delighted to be joined by former Liverpool midfielder Jason McAteer. He sat down with Jay to discuss his Liverpool career, footie in the 90s, playing in an FA Cup final, Mental Health & how much he loves the club.Really great watch AND its not the last you will hear of Jason and our projects!
Joining Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper it's former Lioness defender Laura Bassett to talk through game week four of the WSL. This week: Is that one defeat too many for City? Are the Gunners just too good? And will Reading ever score? All that plus an exclusive interview with Erin Cuthbert. Running order: PART 1 - Moments of the WSL with NOW! (03.44) PART 2a - Manchester City 0 - 2 West Ham (11.05) PART 2b - Aston Villa 0 - 4 Arsenal (20.08) PART 3a Chelsea 3 - 1 Brighton with Erin Cuthbert (23.14) PART 3b - Leicester 0 - 2 Tottenham (36.42) PART 3c - Birmingham City 0 - 2 Manchester United (40.10) PART 3d - Reading 0 - 3 Everton (44.07) PART 4a - Statement on men's World Cup timing (47.09) PART 4b - Last season's FA Cup this season (47.36) PART 4c - Champions League action and a Manchester derby to come (48.50) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Paul Hirst.Liverpool and Manchester City played a cagey first half, followed by a wild second at Anfield. Would City have taken all three points had they bought a Premier League quality striker in the summer? (00:00)Everton took a point from Manchester United, Andros Townsend mimicked Ronaldo's celebration (but ended up with his shirt) and Demarai Gray once again looked impressive. Has Rafa finally got them playing as a team? (25:24)Since winning the FA Cup in May, Leicester City have been less than impressive - again dropping points at the weekend. What's gone wrong at the King Power and is their success to blame? (35:33)Crystal Palace have a new lease of life under Patrick Vieira. How far can they go with their new, fearless style of play? (42:23)Watford have parted company with yet another manager as Xisco departs - but is their hire and fire method actually working? (47:41)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As the FA Cup reaches the THird Round Qualifying Tim Fuell speaks with Phil Annets (@FACupFactfile) on the clubs who have played every round so far, the clubs tipped for cupsets and the BBC iPlayer choice of the 41 ties ahead this weekend. Kettering Town boss Paul Cox, took Mansfield all the way to the Third Round against Liverpool and they are memories he will always treasure, and memories he hopes can inspire the next generation of Poppies to take them into the Fourth Qualifying Round. The club are already the second highest scorers in the history of the FA Cup, but can they progress further? Also hoping to progress further is Craig Edwards. He's had success in the competition with other clubs before to but is yet to do so with his current club Cheshunt. In a week that their eight year push for planning for a site development, he hopes the winning ways can be reflected on the field too, but not before he's made his point on the fuel crisis fiasco this week. Rounding off the show is David Richardson of The Non League Paper also talking fuel shortages as well as Peter Taylor's arrival at Welling United.
Dean, Jane and Dayne sit down to discuss Chelsea's 4-0 win over Birmingham City in the quarter-final of the FA Cup and look forward to Saturday's WSL clash with Brighton and Hove Albion. Tracy Brown joins us for another monthly update from Chelsea Pride, which includes Monday's London Pride event at Stamford Bridge. Plus there's the launch of a new nickname for Pernille Harder, Sam Kerr and Fran Kirby! You can follow Tracy on Twitter @ChelseaGirl78 and @ChelseaPride_ To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our FREE newsletter- https://www. wenttomowkingsmeadow.substack. com Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Musa and Ryan are back to talk about another hectic round of Champions League games, but before they do, there's a quick shout for the Women's FA Cup, which resumed midweek (05:12). Then it's on to the men's top competition, beginning with Liverpool's calm dispatch of Porto and a late penalty for Atlético Madrid to beat Milan at San Siro (07:45), more woe for Barcelona (11:40), and PSG's win over Manchester City (22:04). Plus, Manchester United left it late against Villarreal (29:58), penalties galore in Group G (35:31), Juventus shutting up shop against Chelsea (36:31), and Sheriff raiding the Bernabéu (39:15). Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's FA Cup week. The opponent? Man City. And this episode is about as MAN City as they've been. A lot of men make major steps in this one. Ted, Jamie, Sam and Roy all take giant leaps. The result? One of the stronger episodes from this season. Enjoy!
It's last year's FA Cup quarter-finals but at today's petrol prices! Theo and Flo breakdown all four matches as the 2020/21 FA Cup was whittled down to four teams. Can Arsenal keep looking this good? How long will Gareth Taylor stay in Manchester? Caution: Olivia Rodrigo references will be made. #VibesAndHeart #KoivistoHive #SarinaHypeman Follow us: Twitter: @relativelyfoot Instagram: @relativelyfootball Music by The Convenience
Last season's WSL Top 4 faced off over the weekend, and it ended pretty decisively. London 11, Manchester 1. We unpack the WSL weekend with big wins for the London clubs; Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs AND EVEN West Ham United. Plus, wins for the Toffees and Villains, Tamsin's weekend goes from bad to worse to tragic and the FA Cup finally returns. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Joining Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper it's former England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain to talk through game week three of the WSL. This week: Are City already out of the title race? Have Everton got their mojo back? And what happens to puppy teeth? All that plus a look ahead to the FA Cup - that's last season's FA Cup - will Leicester be able to pounce? We talk best goalkeepers in the WSL, and we show big love for Tobin Heath too. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Arsenal 5-0 City (02.00) PART 1b - United 1-6 Chelsea (13.00) PART 2a - Spurs 1-0 Reading (22.30) PART 2b - Everton 3-1 Birmingham with Izzy Christiansen (27.00) PART 2c - Brighton 0-1 Villa (41.00) PART 2d - West Ham 4-0 Leicester (43.00) PART 3 - Last season's FA Cup this season (45.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our Palace nostalgia series is back as Jim, Richard and Jesse pick their favourite ever CPFC clips and discuss them. Send your suggestions for clips for future shows to email@example.com Richard's clip: Palace 4-3 Liverpool, FA Cup semi final 1990 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkOqYoNZSCA Jim's clip: Martin Kelly's first interview as a Palace player https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN2M6BtT8PM Supported by Manscaped. Enter code FYP20 at Manscaped.com to get 20% off and free shipping. Check out Richard's new football website, The Football Mine, here: bit.ly/3m3YRXp
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jason McGovern and returning guests Frank Major and Leon Emirali on this edition of the Last Word On Spurs panel to review Tottenham Hotspur's Carabao Cup win against Wolves. Along with also previewing Spurs' North London derby against Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #TOTWOL
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Richard Cracknell and debutants to the show in Daily Mail correspondent Paul Newman and English Cricketer Rikki Clarke on this edition of the Last Word On Spurs panel to review Tottenham Hotspur's home game against Chelsea. Along with also previewing Spurs' League Cup tie against Wolves on Wednesday. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #TOTCHE
Aaron Paul is joined by former Leyton Orient midfielder Jobi McAnuff and Reading defender Michael Morrison to discuss what the future holds for Nottingham Forest after they sacked Chris Hughton, with the club bottom of the Championship. BBC Nottingham's Forest commentator Colin Fray tells us how the fans are feeling and who the leading candidates are in the search for a replacement. Forest legend Robbie Earnshaw also drops by to share his thoughts on the direction the club is going in and he describes the extra pressure Forest players and managers feel due to the club's history. Accrington Stanley have made a solid start to League One and their manager John Coleman says he has fallen back in love with football, after his comments following their FA Cup exit back in 2019, where the officiating made him ‘physically sick.' And Northampton Town manager Jon Brady talks about his unique management style and how the team have dealt with their relegation to League Two. TOPICS 02.25 – Colin Fray on Hughton's sacking 09.14 – Robbie Earnshaw on Forest's future and pressure of playing for the club 19.00 – Accrington manager John Coleman 28.05 – Northampton manager Jon Brady
It's FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round and giving Tim Fuell the insight and stats Phil Annets has his @FACupFactfile hat on for the 82 ties. Gary Charman equalled the Horsham appearances record this week in his third spell at the club 614 appearances is his current total equalling the 23 year old record, but he's hoping for more starting this week in the FA Cup against Kingstonian. After taking his side to last season's FA Cup Third Round proper against Tottenham Hotspur, Neil Young has already notched two FA Cup wins this season with Marine. Warrington Town ae the visitors on Saturday as they look to continue their FA Cup form. Rounding off the show is David RIchardson. The Senior Writer at The Non League Paper previews his piece with Heybridge Swifts Chairman Gary White and the weekend's league and FA Cup programme.
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jason McGovern and debutants to the show in Darren Hartman and Tom Edwards on the Last Word On Spurs to review the Europa Conference League group-stage game against Stade Rennais also preview Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #SRFCTOT
This time it was Nick with the hot sauce!!! welcome back BENCHWARMERS and join us as we give our thoughts on some of this weekends games. Make sure to share your thoughts and the punishment for the weekly loser and lastly.... COME SHARE YOUR VOICE!!!FOLLOW USTwitter - https://twitter.com/BenchWarmersFC1Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/BenchWarmer...Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BenchWarmersFC1SUBSCRIBEYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFn-...EMAIL USEmail - firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/Benched)
The Outlaw John Rocha welcomes his fellow Geek Buddy and avid Ted Lasso fan Shannon McClung to review the eight episode of Season 2 titled The Signal. The hit series from Apple TV+ stars Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple, Jeremy Swift, Brett Goldstein, Phil Dunster, Nick Mohammed, Cristo Fernandez, and more. The series is created by Bill Lawrence, Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt. This episode titled Man City sees Ted and Dr. Sharon realizing they might have to meet each other halfway. Also, tensions are high as the team prepares for their FA Cup semi-final against Man City. Chapters: 0:00 Introduction and Overall Thoughts 2:58 Ted and Dr. Fieldstone Open Up To Each Other 10:00 Roy's Swearing is Affecting Phoebe 14:53 Rebecca and Sam and the Consequences 25:10 Does Ted Lasso Need to Address Race Issues More? 31:52 Jamie Tartt, His Dad and the Roy Kent Hug 43:42 Final Thoughts, Wrap Up and Social Media Plugs #TedLasso #Review #AppleTV #JasonSudeikis #HannahWaddingham #BrendanHunt #BrettGoldstein #JunoTemple #BillLawrence #TVReview #AFCRichmond Join The Outlaw's Patreon at: https://patreon.com/JohnRocha Follow The Outlaw John Rocha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSays Follow The Outlaw John Rocha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therochasays/ Follow Shannon McClung on Twiiter: https://twitter.com/Shannon_McClung Follow Shannon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shannonthegeekbuddy/
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by co-host Lee McQueen and returning guests Darren Altman and George Sessions on this edition of the Last Word On Spurs panel to review Tottenham Hotspur's away game against Crystal Palace. Along with also providing a preview of Spurs' Europa Conference League group-stage game against Stade Rennais. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #CRYTOT
Hello fellow Lasso-holics! Justin Suiter of the Disney Dads Podcast is back to break down maybe the most emotional show of the entire series. It's game time as Richmond prepares for the FA Cup semifinal against Manchester City, the same team that relegated them last year. Sam and Rebecca take a big step in their unwitting Bantr romance, a fateful accident forces Dr. Sharon and Ted to deepen their connection allowing Ted to reveal a painful part of his past. It's the best part of your week, it's Lasso time! Come along with us as we break down Season 2 Episode 8 "Man City". FEATURING: Jeremy Goeckner, Craig McFarland & Justin Suiter Email the show at email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-mcfarland0/support
Ryan Walters speaks with Jeonnam Dragons' Samuel Nnamani about his journey from Nigeria through Serbia and Sweden to South Korea, where there are a surprising number of parallels between this season and his first in Sweden! In this extended edition, hear more details about his from from Nigeria to Serbia, finding form in Sweden, and a special "post pod" chat about his beliefs for Jeonnam's FA Cup run!
Yes you read that right... it happened again and the Erik threw up! welcome back BENCHWARMERS and join us as we give our thoughts on some of this weekends games. Make sure to share your thoughts and the punishment for the weekly loser and lastly.... COME SHARE YOUR VOICE!!!FOLLOW USTwitter - https://twitter.com/BenchWarmersFC1Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/BenchWarmersFC1Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BenchWarmersFC1SUBSCRIBEYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFn-JDHSEfwl9h4gpihadLwEMAIL USEmail - firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/Benched)
Back in the host's chair, Ryan Walters is joined by Matthew Binns and Peter Hampshire once again to recap yet another busy week of Korean football. They begin with the Korean Men's National Team kicking off Group A of Asian Qualifiers at home and drawing 0-0 with Iraq and narrowly defeating a resilient Lebanon 1-0. The biggest question of the segment: were Korea better without Son Heung-min in the lineup? Jeonnam Dragons forward Samuel Nnamani joins for the second segment to discuss the season so far, his fascinating journey from Nigeria through Serbia and Sweden, and eventually to South Korea. He and Ryan also dive into the Dragons' FA Cup run and how similar it all is to his first season in Sweden's second division. Eulji Lewis FC Seoul take centre stage in the third segment to dissect what went wrong for manger Park Jin-sub and why he's out after just 27 matches at the helm this season. Are Seoul just cursed or can a new manager get them to safety? Lastly, the Eulji Lewis Mailbag has questions about everything from Pohang's new fan engagement strategy to how the Taeguk Warriors would fare against the top K League sides. All that and more in this edition of the K League United Podcast!
Host Ricky Sacks and Co-Host Jamie Brown are joined by Tottenham Hotspur correspondent Alasdair Gold to review Tottenham Hotspur's start to the season and the summer transfer window. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #AlasdairGold
The Chelsea FanCast looks back, season by season, to 50 Years of Chelsea history from 1970 to the present day.Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd, Mark Meehan and Dayne Whittle to look back at the 1997-98 season.The 1997-98 season was described by Chelsea Historian Rick Glanvill as “turbulently successful” and it is hard to disagree and in Part Two we review from January to the end of the season.In January 1998, Chelsea were 3rd in the league having at one stage reached 2nd and still in the Coca-Cola Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup with everything very much still to play for in the second half of the season.Tradition dictates that the first match in the New Year was the FA Cup 3rd round and Chelsea, the FA Cup holders were pitted against Manchester United, our recent Cup nemesis. None of us, however, could have predicted the insanity that ensued that day. 0:3 down at half time; 0:5 on 74 minutes and then a Graeme Le Saux worldy and two goals by Vialli made it 3:5 with only a few minutes to go and gave us hope. Well actually they didn't really!In the next match Chelsea made amends by knocking out Ipswich in the Coca-Cola cup, again after extra time and penalties, resulting in a semi-final tie against Arsenal. Due to the peculiarity of the fixture list this meant Chelsea would play Arsenal at Highbury in the Coca-Cola Cup, followed by another visit to Highbury in the league and then the return Coca-Cola Cup at the Bridge.Chelsea's record against Arsenal at the time was very poor, so many supporters were hoping for the best but expecting the worst. A 2-1 defeat in the 1st leg thanks to a Mark Hughes goal kept us in the tie. But no one expected what would happen after the 2:0 league defeat. Ruud Gullit was sacked after failing to agree a new contract and Gianluca Vialli was announced as his replacement; his first match in charge being the Coca-Cola Cup semi-final at home to Arsenal.Having toasted his appointment with his teammates with a glass of champagne before kick-off, Chelsea put in a superb performance beating Arsenal 3-1 to reach another final at Wembley. They duly dispatched Middlesbrough in the final, again after extra time, to lift their second trophy in two seasons.Before the Coca-Cola Cup final, Chelsea had seen off Real Betis in the European Cup Winners' Cup final, thanks to Flo's two goals in the away leg. All eyes were now focussed on European glory and as a result the league form suffered.Against Vicenza in the first leg Chelsea lost 1:0, not a bad away result in Europe, so hopes were high for the second leg back at the Bridge. Hope made way to despair when Vicenza went 2:0 up on aggregate, but Chelsea stormed back, cheered on by one of the noisiest crowds ever experienced at the Bridge. Poyet and Zola put us on level terms with Vicenza and Mark Hughes sealed it with a stunning header to pass to himself to score on the volley.The season would now end with the chance to win the European Cup Winners' Cup for the second time in the club's history. Stockholm would be the venue, Stuttgart the opponents and with Chelsea supporters in all four sides of the tiny stadium, Gianfranco Zola came on with 19 minutes to go and scored a sublime goal with his second touch to win Chelsea the trophy. 1997-98 was a remarkable season with great players like Vialli, Hughes and Zola scoring some wonderful goals; two trophies in one season for the first time ever and the shock sacking of Ruud Gullit. No wonder it is one of the most memorable Chelsea seasons of all time.To help us celebrate 50 Years of Chelsea we've partnered with 3Retro who have a superb collection of Chelsea retro gear and are offering 10% OFF when you use the 3RETRO10 code and if you order over £50 of merch you get FREE UK delivery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hello fellow Lasso-holics! We have another special guest joining in the breakdown fun today as we welcome Justin Suiter of the Disney Dads Podcast! After his latest panic attack during the FA Cup quarterfinal match, Ted finally enters Dr. Fieldstone's office as a patient and attempts to wrestle with some of his past experiences with therapy. Roy and Keeley hit a rare bumpy patch in their romance and Nate starts exhibiting some disturbing behavior toward the Richmond team and staff. It's the best part of your week, it's Lasso time! Come along with us as we break down Season 2 Episode 7 "Headspace". FEATURING: Jeremy Goeckner, Craig McFarland & Justin Suiter Email the show at email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-mcfarland0/support
Manager Jimmy Dean has been juggling a family holiday with Peterborough Sports' 100% record. 5 wins from 5 and a couple of 450 miles plus round trips and he's enjoying life and football as much as ever at the top of the Southern Premier South. It's FA Cup weekend though and in the First Qualifying Round they host a tough Haringey Borough side which he knows will be a tough affair. With insight into every one of the 121 ties in the FA Cup this weekend Phil Annets reveals some of the potential cupsets, the interesting facts and where he will be heading for his own 200th ground this weekend. Rounding off the show is David Richarson, Senior Writer at The Non League Paper as he talks crowds, the retirement of Jim Cooper at Grays Athletic and the return to the game of Jim Gannon at Hyde United, plus Bank Holiday Monday's Mascot mayhem.
Host Ricky Sacks is joined by Lee McQueen, Chris Cowlin and Jason McGovern as the panel from the Last Word On Spurs panel as we review the summer transfer window. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane
Roberto Di Matteo joined OTB Sports' for the first in our series of remote roadshows in association with Cadburys. Di Matteo discussed his formative days as a footballer at Lazio, playing against Italian giants AC Milan at the San Siro and his move to Chelsea in 1996. The Italian also talked about his FA Cup final wonder-strike, as well as his time spent as manager at Stamford Bridge and what it was like to manage a dressing room filled with larger than life characters. He recalled some of his fondest memories from their historic defeat of Barcelona at the Camp Nou, as well as their Champions League clinching win against Bayern Munich. Di Matteo was speaking at the first of this years' OTB Sports remote roadshows in partnership with Cadbury FC, check out cadburyfc.com for updates on promotions and giveaways.
Ted Lasso S2E6 “The Signal” - Episode Recap - Ray Taylor Show Subscribe: InspiredDisorder.com/rts Binge Ad Free: InspiredDisorder.com/Patreon Show topic: With Roy Kent on the coaching staff, AFC Richmond is on a hot streak. Coach Beard is back with Jane, which worries Higgins. Ted and Nate advise Higgins against telling him saying it always ruins friendships. Jamie is upset that Roy will not give him coaching advice. Pushed, Roy tells Jamie that at his core he's a "prick" and needs to be less a team player and more his old, selfish great self. Asked when he will know when to be a team player and when to be selfish, Roy tells Jamie he'll give him a unmistakable signal. Rebecca, seeing men from Bantr while continuing to flirt with a mysterious other match, gets a visit from her mother, who has just left her father. Nonplussed, Rebecca tells Ted and Keeley that it happens every few years, but they will soon get back together. Richmond is in the quarter-final of the FA Cup against Tottenham Hotspur. In a close game, all four coaches give Jamie the signal, raising their middle finger at him. Jamie scores. As Richmond continues to lead, Ted has a panic attack and leaves. With Richmond in disarray, Spurs score. When Coach Beard and Roy are unsure what to do, Nate steps in. His changes win the game. Rebecca looks for Ted but cannot find him. It is revealed to the viewer that her mystery Bantr match is actually Sam, which neither is aware of. Higgins tells Beard his concerns and Beard thanks him, but still leaves with Jane. As Dr. Sharon goes to her office, she finds Ted waiting and he asks for help.Sponsored By:Patreon.com/InspiredDisorder $3 membership.*Binge full week of Ray Taylor Show (audio+Video)*Massive discount code for The Many Faces*Download raw photoshop filesInspiredDisorder.com/tmf The Many Faces - Original abstract ink portraits by Ray Taylor. Code: RTS for 25% OFF. StationHouseCoffee.com and @StationHouseCoffee on Instagram for premium small batch, single source coffee.InspiredDisorder.com/Ting $25 CREDIT! The best carrier. The best coverage.Same low rates, now with three coast-to-coast networks.Daily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf SUPPORT ON PATREON: Patreon.com/InspiredDisorder More links: InspiredDisorder.com/links
Host Ricky Sacks is joined by special guest Michael Bridge and returning guests Antony Costa and Michael Bridge to The Last Word On Spurs on this 'Deadline-Day Eve Transfer Special' to discuss possible incomings and outgoings before the window slams shut. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #Transfer #TransferTalk
Footy is out of the gates and there's no turning back - FA Cup underway, EPL heavyweight matchup in Chelsea vs. Liverpool, Ronaldo back to his roots with Man U, Messi gets first PT @ PSG, & MLS Rivalry Week finishes up. As a bonus, we brought you some of the best team names in the FA Cup preliminary round. Need a stretch or some meditation? We got that for you too. Enjoy!! Best Names in the FA Cup (6:14) Chelsea vs. Liverpool (11:26) Antonio for Golden Boot? (19:37) Man U vs. Wolves (22:04) Stretching/Meditation (27:30) Old Dogs up to New Tricks - Ronaldo & Messi (31:00) Icy the Twitter Bot (42:18) MLS Rivalry Week Wraps Up (44:14) UCL Draw First Take (46:17)
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by guests Rob White, Leon Emirali and James Dickens on this edition of the Last Word On Spurs panel to review Tottenham Hotspur's home game against Watford. Tottenham go into the international break top of the Premier League after Heung-min Son's goal handed them a 1-0 home win over Watford. There were early chances for both sides, but the game was in threat of becoming deadlocked before Son came to the rescue on his 200th Premier League appearance, curling in a wicked free-kick cross that bamboozled the Watford defence and goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann (42), finding the far corner. But Spurs were never completely comfortable as both Juraj Kucka and Ismaila Sarr missed opportunities for Watford, though Dele Alli swept a fine chance wide at the other end in the second half and Harry Kane missed two late openings on his first Premier League appearance of the season. It was a third straight 1-0 win for Nuno Espirito Santo's side as they upheld their 100 per cent Premier League record - though the Spurs boss said after the game "nothing is perfect, we're still trying to improve" - while newly-promoted Watford sit 12th with three points. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #TOTWAT
Hello fellow Lasso-holics! Back by popular command our good friend Nick Sandercock is back to join in the fun! The Coach Roy Kent effect has fully taken over the Richmond club as they've spun off 4 straight wins to reach the quarterfinals of the FA Cup. With a big matchup looming with Premiere Club Tottenham, Ted pushes Roy to coach up a willing Jamie, Rebecca's mother makes an unexpected visit, and Higgins attempts to spring coach Beard from his toxic relationship with Jane. It's the best part of your week, it's Lasso time! Come along with us as we break down Season 2 Episode 6 "The Signal". FEATURING: Jeremy Goeckner, Craig McFarland & Nick Sandercock Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-mcfarland0/support
Tim Fuell returns with a new season of The Non League Football Show, with a cameo from Dave Anderson. First up his own gaffer. Paul Hughes has led his Hayes & Yeading United side to aborted promotion pushes and two televised FA Cup First Round ties in the past two seasons and has started off this one with three wins from three netting 12 goals. It's very early in the season but what's the magic behind that start? Whilst others struggled to keep their club alive during the pandemic Andrew Ruscoe created a new one. With a men's side in the fifth tier of the Welsh system, the club is founded on Futsal foundations, youth and community but there are some interesting learnings for the rest of Non-league. He's been a stalwart of the show for years, and now in its 150th competition year @FACupFactfile Phil Annets has brought out a book celebrating the greatest football cup competition in the world. Hear why celebrated sports journalist Henry WInter was happy to put his name to the cover quote and just why the competition is called The FA Challenge Cup. Rounding off the show is Editor at Large of The Non League Paper Matt Badcock. Printed all through the pandemic and the summer, the paper is now back to including over 100 match reports every week alongside other news and views. Find out what this weekend's paper will include.
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jason McGovern, Jake Lambert and Matt Hayes on this edition of the Last Word On Spurs. Harry Kane scored twice on his first start of the season as Spurs advanced to the Europa Conference League group stage with a 3-1 aggregate win over Pacos de Ferreira. Kane started and captained Spurs after a long-running transfer saga that put his future at the club in doubt this summer, but that will all be forgotten now after his first-half double ensured European football for Spurs this season. The England captain's opened the scoring after just nine minutes with a well-taken strike, before doubling the home team's lead with another composed finish 11 before half-time - the striker's 39th and 40th European goals for the club, more than any other Spurs player. Vitorino Antunes' 70th-minute own goal wrapped up the victory as Nuno Espirito Santo's side overturned their 1-0 first-leg deficit to take their place in Friday morning's draw for the group stage of the Europa Conference League. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane #TOTFCPF
As a small child, Paul Furlong would play make-believe endlessly with his younger brother, Daniel. His parents had moved out of a rough part of the city to somewhere where they felt that they could give him more opportunities, but in doing so had stretched themselves financially to the point where his Mum was working five jobs and his Dad was working two. Because all the wages were spent on barely surviving, he and his brother had no toys to play with and would therefore makeup stories and then act them out for hours on end. As finances eased slightly, Paul's parents introduced him to cinema and that childhood love of storytelling grew, so that now, as a “grown-up”, Paul tells stories in the form of films; television programmes for BBC, ITV & Channel4; and for his company, Opus Media's, corporate clients through TV advertising, online video and photography. These clients include Subway, Formula One, The National Lottery, NHS and The National Grid, to name but a few. Paul is a global authority on corporate storytelling having combined his storytelling knowledge and experience from the film and TV industry with his sales and marketing expertise and know-how from his corporate work. He is the author of Rule the World: Master the power of storytelling to inspire, influence and succeed and gives public and corporate seminars and conducts live and virtual training programs on storytelling around the world and has shared his insights on numerous podcasts and various publications including Entrepreneur. Paul is an RTS award-winning producer, is a member of PACT, the RTS and is a founding member and sits on the board of the Producer's Collective. In Paul's spare time, you'll see him running around the wilds of the beach, chasing after his two daughters; trying to remain philosophical about Everton's season finishing after the third round of the FA Cup every year and watching foreign movies at the cinema with his wife, Amy. Connect with Paul: https://makingconversationscount.com/paul-furlong/ https://anchor.fm/ruletheworld https://2summitup-pay-it-forward.simplecast.com/episodes/pay-it-forward-with-paul-furlong
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Co-Host Lee McQueen and returning guests to the Last Word On Spurs in Talia Coren and Harry Brooks to this edition of the Last Word On Spurs. Harry Kane returned to Tottenham action as Dele Alli's early penalty saw them edge past Wolves 1-0, with the hosts once again suffering from a lack of final product. All eyes were on the teamsheet at 1pm, where Nuno Espirito Santo had named Kane on the bench for the first time since his delayed return to Spurs after Euro 2020. The striker's future remains very much undecided with nine days left of the summer transfer window, but came on as a 72nd-minute substitute. The away fans sang 'Harry Kane, he's one of our own' as he replaced Heung-Min Son. Alli's ninth-minute penalty proved to be the decisive goal, the midfielder firing his spot-kick into the bottom corner after he had been brought down by Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa. But Wolves dominated much of the game, spurred on by a boisterous Molineux crowd, and will feel aggrieved to have not been awarded their own penalty soon after as Olivier Skipp bundled Nelson Semedo to the floor. However, as was the story under Nuno last season, Wolves suffered from a lack of final product with Raul Jimenez and Adama Traore both going close in a string of efforts as they lost a second successive game 1-0. Tottenham maintain their perfect start to the new Premier League season, with Hugo Lloris marking his 300th Premier League appearance for Spurs with a clean sheet. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #UECL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jason McGovern, Antony Costa and Richard Cracknell from the Last Word On Spurs panel to review Tottenham Hotspur's first leg of the UEFA Europa Conference League play-off round tie against Portuguese Primeira Liga side Paços de Ferreira. A youthful and inexperienced Tottenham side lost 1-0 at Pacos de Ferreira in the first leg of their Europa Conference League play-off tie on Thursday. The visitors made 11 changes from the team that beat Man City in their Premier League opener on Sunday, with head coach Nuno Espirito Santo handing full debuts to new signings Pierluigi Gollini, Cristian Romero and Bryan Gil. However, it was Lucas Silva's well-taken goal on the stroke of half-time that proved the difference between the two teams heading into the return leg in north London next Thursday. #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #SPURS #COYS #EPL #EuropaConferenceLeague #CarabaoCup #FACup #손흥민 #HeungMinSon #HarryKane
The OneFootball podcast returns once again to take a look at women's football. This week Angelina Kelly is joined by Her Football Hub's Jay Lewis and Megan Hughes. This week the panel discuss the news that USA international and football legend Carli Lloyd will be retiring later this year. The discussion includes what this means for Team USA, if other players may follow in her footsteps, and what she will be remembered for. Next, there is talk of the Women's Super League and the latest transfer news involving Chelsea's academy star Reanna Blades and rumours of Manchester City's attempts to sign Atlético Madrid's Laia Aleixandri. In addition, the panel discuss the recent news regarding the FA Cup prize-money disparity between the men's and women's competitions and what can be done to close the gap. Finally, the panel give their predictions for the Women's International Champions Cup. Although it is a friendly competition it is all to play for as four of the best teams in world football are set to go head-to-head. With Lyon and Barcelona representing Europe, and Portland Thorns and Houston Dash representing the USA it will certainly be an exciting competition!
For the first time in a long time, Ryan Walters, is joined by Matthew Binns and Peter Hampshire to recap another busy week in Korean football. The conversation begins with the Quarter-Finals of the FA Cup that saw Jeonnam upset POSCO rivals Pohang, Gangwon defeat Suwon at home, Ulsan see off plucky underdogs Yangju, and Daegu pull off a late miracle to defeat Gimcheon Sangmu. The party continues in the second segment where the three go over the weekend's action from K League 2 and assess how good Gimcheon are right now and which teams still have a chance at making the playoffs. Finally, attention turns to the top flight where Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors continue to catch up to league leaders Ulsan as they make up their games in hand. A jam-packed Eulji Lewis Mailbag sees questions ranging from wanting mangers fired to Jeonnam's struggles at home and everything in between. All that and more in this edition of the K League United Podcast!
This week on Greatest Games, John Brewin joins Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller to remember the 1990 FA Cup final between Crystal Palace and Manchester United. The Eagles and the Red Devils had only managed to finish 15th and 13th respectively in the First Division, but after being on the right side of a pair of memorable semi-finals, both sides would provide the Wembley crowd with an FA Cup final classic. About the panel: Jonathan Wilson founded The Blizzard in 2011 and is editor of the magazine. He's contributed to numerous publications including the Guardian and Sports Illustrated as well as having authored Behind the Curtain, Inverting the Pyramid, The Outsider, Angels with Dirty Faces and most recently The Names Heard Long Ago, among others. Marcus Speller is a host of the Football Ramble podcast as well as Answerable Questions with Questionable Answers. Marcus also regularly hosts our live Q&A events across the country alongside Jonathan. John Brewin is a football writer and contributor for the Guardian. Subscribe to our quarterly magazine: https://www.theblizzard.co.uk/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/blzzrd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blzzrd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblizzard__/
The Chelsea FanCast looks back, season by season, to 50 Years of Chelsea history from 1970 to the present day.Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd, Mark Meehan, Marco Worrall and Martin Wickham to look back at the 1996-97 season.Part Two of our look back at the 1996-97 season, one of the most memorable and emotional seasons in Chelsea's history, picks up the story in January, with Chelsea drawn against Liverpool, Premier League leaders, in the 4th round of the FA Cup.Chelsea are 2-0 down at half-time and it could have been 4 or 5. Gullit brings Mark Hughes on and the rest, as they say, is history. Thanks to Hughes, Zola and a Vialli brace, Chelsea forced a remarkable comeback to win 4-2 in what is one of the favourite matches of all time for many supporters.While Chelsea's league form held up well this season with impressive wins against Liverpool, West Ham, Spurs and Sunderland and a draw against Man Utd, resulting in their highest finish (6th) since 1990. But, the second half of the 96-97 season was really all about the FA Cup.A dramatic penalty by Frank LeBeouf in Extra-Time against Leicester, was followed by a routine 4-1 thumping of Portsmouth in the quarter-final. Up against bogey side Wimbledon in the Highbury semi-final, Chelsea put on the style, winning 3-1 with Zola giving the Wimbledon defence “twisted blood”.Reaching their second FA Cup final in 3 seasons, supporters believed this was Chelsea's time as they faced Middlesbrough. None of us could have predicted that Roberto Di Matteo would smash in a goal from 30 yards after just 43 seconds to calm the nerves. Eddie Newton wrapped things up on 83 minutes as Chelsea won 2-0 to secure their first trophy in 26 years and second FA Cup after 27 years. No surprise then that the player's celebrations lasted 45 mins after the trophy was handed to Dennis Wise. The supporter's celebrations lasted much, much longer!To help us celebrate 50 Years of Chelsea we've partnered with 3Retro who have a superb collection of Chelsea retro gear and are offering 10% OFF when you use the 3RETRO10 code and if you order over £50 of merch you get FREE UK delivery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A bumper show previewing both the men's and women's Olympic Finals, along with the FA Community Shield— as EPL winners Manchester City take on FA Cup winners Leicester City. This show also deep-delves into both the Lionel Messi's situation - where he is currently without a club - and Jack Grealish's £100m transfer to Manchester City. Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Listen - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Chelsea FanCast looks back, season by season, to 50 Years of Chelsea history from 1970 to the present day.Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd and Tony Glover to look back at the 1977-78 season.Chelsea was back where they belong, in Division One, but they would start the season without the manager who got them back there, Eddie McCreadie. McCreadie had surprisingly left the club during the summer and was replaced by Ken Shellito.It was to be an infuriating return the top division though, with Chelsea typically mercurial. Winning away at Man Utd (now managed by former Chelsea boss Dave Sexton) and beating Forest, the eventual Champions only to lose 6-2 to City, 5-1 to Coventry and 6-0 to Everton. In between there were mad 5-3 and 5-4 victories over Ipswich and Birmingham.But the season is remembered for one game in particular. The FA Cup third round match against Liverpool, European Champions at the time. Clive Walker ran rings round them that day and Chelsea won 4-2. Chelsea beat Burnley 6-2 in the next round and hopes were high for a tilt at the trophy until they came crashing down, like the wall at Leyton Orient in the 0-0 draw, before losing to the second division side 2-1 at the Bridge in the replay. After all that disappointment in the Cup, at least Chelsea managed to avoid relegation back to Division 2!To help us celebrate 50 Years of Chelsea we've partnered with 3Retro who have a superb collection of Chelsea retro gear and are offering 10% OFF when you use the 3RETRO10 code and if you order over £50 of merch you get FREE UK delivery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.