(00:00) Intro (00:34) FA Cup Semi-final - Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City: Man City quadruple dreams are dashed!!. (08:15) Copa Del Rey Final - Athletic Bilbao 0-4 Barcelona: A vindicating win for Koeman's work!!. (12:21) Bundesliga: Hansi Flick announcement overshadows everything!!. (18:55) Serie A/Premier League results: Is it collapse time for West Ham United??! Follow me on: IG: https://www.instagram.com/pitchsidepod/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/SidePsp/ Listen to the podcast on Spotify, Google podcasts, or any other platform... JOIN US FOR MORE .... YOU ARE WELCOME!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome back to Plus Money - your home for all the best soccer bets out there. Joining this week is massive Arsenal fan Mikey Fowler, head of audio over at Barstool Sports. The guys review their cards for the weekend and give out picks for the FA Cup Semi-finals. Catch Mikey over on twitter @mikeyfowler18 Follow on twitter @andrewpassaro @ghostgoalpod
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This episode, the boys celebrate as the Blues advanced to the Champions League Semi-finals for the first time in what seems like an eternity! They also dive into their predictions for the FA Cup Semi-final on Saturday. All that, plus more on this week's episode of the Roman's Empire Podcast, "where all we do is talk Chelsea, and talk sh*t about everyone else!" --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/romans-empire0/support
Saints cruised through to the FA Cup Semi-finals thanks to a comfortable 3-0 win over Bournemouth. Ben Stanfield (Host), Steve Grant (SaintsWeb), Glen de la Cour (League One Minus 10) and Dan Sheldon (The Athletic) look back at a dominant showing from Hampshire’s premier football team, including standout performances by Nathan Redmond and Stuart Armstrong. TSP155 also sees the panel answer several listener questions, including whether Danny Ings might need to be sold this summer (30:15), possible touchline support for Ralph Hasenhüttl (37:05) and the SFC Playbook’s progress (or not)(43:05). Lastly, Chéle became McChéle earlier this week. An achievement TSP simply have to acknowledge! Web: www.totalsaints.co.uk E-mail: email@example.com Twitter: @TotalSaintsPod Facebook: Facebook.com/TotalSaintsPod Patreon: www.patreon.com/TotalSaintsPodcast Edited by Alex Graham
FA Cup Semi-finalists Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea experienced slip ups in their second to last league games of the season, setting up an exhilarating final day for prospective Champions League, Europa League, and Premier League qualification teams alike. Chelsea host Wolves while Leicester host Manchester United as three teams vie for two champions league places while Wolves still feel Tottenham and Arsenal’s breath on the back of their necks for Europa League qualification. While Aston Villa will travel to West Ham to see if they can hold on to their newly acquired safety of 17th place while Watford travel to Arsenal and Bournemouth to Everton as all three will risk their premier league survival on the other’s results. Social Media: Twitter | Instagram Featuring Alex Moss Javier Arevalo Andrew Passaro
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The boys return to discuss Chelsea's two big recent results . The boys discuss the win over City, the importance of it for the top 4 race , for Frank and for the development of this team. The boys then discuss Chelsea's win at Leicester in a rather forgettable match and praise Lampard for his changes. The boys discuss being drawn against Manchester United in the semi final of the FA Cup, Leicester looking poor , the role and future of Jorginho before looking ahead to West Ham where they give their starting XI and score predictions. Until the next episode , keep the blue flag flying high ! Timestamps : City reaction 1:14. Leicester reaction 8:08. Frank's changes 11:30. Confidence in Frank 14:09. FA Cup Semi discussion 15:15. Leicester looking poor 18:54. Jorginho discussion 19:41. West Ham preview 22:56.
Club legend Mark Bright chats to Palace TV's Chris Grierson after watching the 1990 FA Cup Semi-final in full for the first time. He also tells loads of great stories from that era, including how he heard the team had won the quarter-final from Ian Wright's mum!
Well we played Esports Leicester City v Chelsea at the weekend, with City making it through to the FA Cup Semi finals, and tonight we are joined by the one, the only Geoff Peter off that TalkSport and more ! So get your views and questions in to him, as Phil, joined by Tom and Chappers get all the views from a media legend... well he is to us Leicester Fans ! Please LIKE and SHARE our video and SUBSCRIBE to all our channels as we try to bring you some light hearted Leicester City chat
Premier league Week 33 6 matches + FA CUp Semi finals Listen to the match report
We are at Wembley this week for the FA Cup Semi-final between Manchester City and Brighton. Apologies as we lost the majority of the episode when the recorder crashed and we didn't have a back up! Normal Service will be resumed next week. Enjoy!
What a belter from Watford and Wolves at Wembley! A world class finish from Gerard Deulofeu, a luchador inspired goal from Raul Jimenez, and an emotional post match interview from big-hearted Troy Deeney. Man City and Brighton also played. Not to be outdone, the Premier League keeps it tight, and we also give our thoughts on Rube Goldberg machines, wiggly gigglys, and a certain Obvious German. As if that isn’t enough, Pete asks; can you keep an appendix? Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org***Please take the time to rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Further reading:Gerard Deulofeu’s inspired performance:https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2019/apr/07/gerard-deulofeu-mouse-roared-watford-wolverhampton-fa-cup-semi-finalEven Arsenal don’t understand their own away form:https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/everton-arsenal-result-score-sokratis-player-ratings-a8859831.htmlRonaldinho Junior went undercover and still got himself a deal:https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47854010 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Vi kommer vidt omkring i dette afsnit. Først del byder på diskussion af overfaldet af Jack Grealish, FA-Cup Semi-finaler og så har Cirkus Chelsea nok engang åbnet cirkusteltet og Cirkusdirektør Sarri byder nok engang velkommen med løfter om et ‘stur stur nummer’. ... og nå ja så når vi da også lige at komponere sommerens nye Eurodance hit. I anden del kigger vi på situationen hos de øvrige Top 6 hold. Jens lover AT NU er den god nok og at Spurs åbner dørene til de nye stadion 3. April. Thomas er noget tøvende. I de andre klubber ser det godt ud for Liverpool, der trods problemer sidder på førstepladsen indtil landsholdspausen er ovre. Man City sneg sig igennem til FA-semifinalerne. Ole Gunnar møder modstand i Man U og Jens har roser til Emery…! I tredje del kigger vi på de kommende kvartfinaler i Champions League og snakker om rundens resterende kampe. Alt det og meget mere i dette lidt shaky afsnit af Tirsdage i Stoke. Del 1 (00:00:22 min) Del 2 (00:38.30 min) Del 3 (1 time 11.52 min)
I hate the color blue. I know it sounds like something a 7-year-old might say, but I’m 32 and I’ll stand by it. Football shirts are divided into to major categories, red shirts and blue shirts… there are the occasional teams with other colors, I realize this, but they are the exception to the rule. Anyway, I’ve disliked Chelsea for sometime, given my best friend is an Arsenal fan it’s not hard to image my disdain for the blues. To be honest, I was shocked when Giroud went from Arsenal to Chelsea. He looks better in red, that’s all I’m saying. Anway, Chelsea x2 and Leicester City (both blue) combined to remove Saints from the FA Cup and push us closer to the Championship in the past week. The team’s performance has varied from silky smooth, free flowing moves, to incisive counter attacks, to calamitous defending and 10 minutes of not knowing which way was up. It’s been a testing week, but also a week in which some Saints’ fans traveled from around the world to witness the FA Cup Semi-final in hopes of seeing us lift a major trophy for only the second time in club history. We all know now it was not to be, but to recap the match, the day, and discuss what it means going forward I have 4 separate guests joining the show. I talk with Ben, from England, living in the US, who made the trip to London for the match. My good friend Alf. Jay, who runs the Saints Report, and another friend Jem who does a lot of things including a YouTube channel with good, though infrequent matchday Vlogs. You can follow the guests on their social media profiles below, if you wish, and I want to be sure they know how much I appreciate them taking the time to chat with me. Thank you! Hope you enjoy the episode. As always, let us know what you think! Ben Chiswick- Instagram- @benchiswick Alf Montague- Instagram -@alfmontague Twitter- @alfmontague Jamie Grant- Instagram-@manlikegranty Twitter-@Granty_SFC Saints Report- @TheSaintsReport Jem Scully- Twitter- @SFC_Jem YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE7WbupAi0ydeKzXpr0jo2g This podcast is partnered with The Saints Report. For your all your Southampton FC news and needs, visit The Saints Report on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. If you have questions or comments about the show, I'd love to hear them, please contact me via Twitter or email. If you have a guest you'd like me to try and get ahold of please let me know and I'll do my best. The artwork for the show is done by Matt Beling of the wearesouthampton page on Instagram. Be sure to check out the great edits, competitions, and polls he has going on over there. The show is on Twitter (@SFCDell_ivery) , Instagram (@sfcdell_ivery), and Facebook (facebook.com/sfcdellivery), so give us a follow, like the stuff, and stay up on what’s going down. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on future episodes and give the show a rating on iTunes! You can click the links below or search “Dellivery” in your app. iTunes, Acast, Stitcher, Google Play, Tunein, Soundcloud, YouTube, Radio Public All feedback can be sent to @SFCDell_ivery on Twitter, @sfcdell_ivery on Instagram, or at facebook.com/SFCDellivery. Questions can be submitted using the hashtag #sfcdell, and you can email the show at email@example.com. Music Credits: All music in this episode comes courtesy of the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org. Intro Song- “Epic Song” by BoxCat Games- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/ End of Show/Credits- “Aim is True” by Podington Bear- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/ Until next time, cheers. Matt iTunes, Acast, Stitcher, Google Play, Tunein, Soundcloud, YouTube, Radio Public
In today’s pod, Robbie Mustoe and special guest Kyle Martino discuss impressive wins from Swansea City and Hull City (0:38), analyze Liverpool’s inability to beat “lesser teams”(6:25), predict which manager in Manchester is more likely to win the title (18:30) and dissect the FA Cup Semi-finals (20:30)
Nigel Rothband is joined by Nick Goldstone, Steven Alweiss, and Lisa Rabinowitz, to discuss the upcoming FA Cup Semi against Arsenal on Sunday, and the Premier League run in. Plus, which City player would you like to pat on the head? Citypodcast.net @citypodcast Engineered by Joe Mason Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk
Host Boyd Hilton is joined by Alan Alger, Steve Gallagher, and Raymond Herlihy to discuss the crisis. Can we wait till the end of the season for Wenger to leave? Plus, a look ahead at the next game against Middlesbrough and an FA Cup Semi. arsenalpodcast.net Produced by Josh Landy Engineered by Joe Mason A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk
Two amazing defeats to two amazing goals. Four amazing blokes talk for an amazing hour about our amazing team with a focus on our amazing man who is better than Zidane. Interact @ronnyandramage, and take part in the quiz. Which striker played upfront for Watford in the 2007 FA Cup Semi-final against Man United at Villa Park? Winner gets a virtual stick of shortbread.
Kaylon is joined by Nina, Srikanth, Leroy and Martin as they rant about the debacle at Wembley Stadium where Liverpool put on a limp display against Aston Villa! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.