The FPL General is here with team news ahead of gameweek 13, plus there's transfer advice, his team reveal and these pressing questions answered: Do you think Alonso is going to start in place of chilwell? In light of the Chilwell news, is Dias to Alonso worth the transfer if you already own the other big 3 wing backs? Assuming Chilwell is injured, is the best back 4 now: TAA, Cancelo, James and Alonso? With Antonio off form and Reece James ripping it up, is a -4 using funds from Antonio to upgrade Tierney to James a good move? After blanking in 3 games, is it viable to sell Foden and bring in a cheaper midfielder like Cornet or Gallagher in order to go big at the back? Son to Jota? Is Zaha a keep or a sell? Do you think Benteke will keep up his recent form? Given the circumstances, do you think playing 4/5 defenders, 4/5 midfielders and 1 up front is the way to go now, at least for a while? As a Manchester United fan, what do you think of the new manager? Will it affect your FPL decisions?
Get to know these successful thought leaders and find out how they present themselves and their crafts as experts in their fields. Viveka von Rosen is the Co-Founder and Chief Visibility Officer at Vengreso. She is internationally known as the LinkedIn Expert. She is also a LinkedIn Learning author, speaker, and trainer. Viveka, together with Vengreso, facilitates LinkedIn Learning training programs for B2B teams, sales professionals, and small business owners. They provide digital sales strategies, tactics, and tools, including personal branding, social selling training, and content for sales enablement. She is passionate about helping her clients win more business for their company through social selling strategies. If your sales organization is using LinkedIn but you're not seeing relationships, the building of the brand, or increase of the business over time, you should reach out to Vengreso and Viveka von Rosen via https://vengreso.com/ or https://www.linkedin.com/in/LinkedInExpert/. Tim Steele is the Chief Strategy Officer and Fractional CMO at The Cort Group. Tim conducts marketing consulting for mid-sized companies that struggle to sustain top-line growth. He helps his clients capture the voice of their customers to build a successful go-to-market strategy to drive revenue to their business. If you own a mid-sized company and are only selling the “how” and not the “what” and the “why,” consider reaching out to Tim Steele to help you with your #MarketStrategy. Visit his website at https://www.cortgrp.com or https://www.linkedin.com/in/TimSteele1. Athol Foden is the President of Brighter Naming. He believes in the power of meaning all day, every day, local, national and international. Half of his team is in Europe and they help in establishing a systematic naming process for various fields that include consumer and reports. His fascination for names and word patterns allows him to help many companies in coming up with their own, the systematic way. If you've got a product or service, and you don't want to make a mistake on naming, you will want to reach out to Athol Foden by going to his website at https://www.brighternaming.com/ or visiting his profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/atholfoden/. Global Credibility Expert, Mitchell Levy is a TEDx speaker and international bestselling author of over 60 books. As The AHA Guy at AHAthat (https://ahathat.com), he helps to extract the genius from your head in a two-three hour interview so that his team can ghost write your book, publish it, distribute it, and make you an Amazon bestselling author in four months or less. He is an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. He's provided strategic consulting to over one hundred companies, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Mitchell has been happily married for thirty years and regularly spends four weeks in Europe with family and friends. Visit https://mitchelllevy.com/mitchelllevypresents/ for an archive of all the podcast episodes. Connect to Mitchell Levy on: Credibility Nation YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/3kGA1LI Credibility Nation LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/credibilitynation/ Mitchell Levy Present AHA Moments: https://mitchelllevy.com/mitchelllevypresents/ Thought Leader Life: https://thoughtleaderlife.com Twitter: @Credtabulous Instagram: @credibilitynation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The FPL General has scoured the managerial press conferences to bring you all the team news you need to make those big last minute transfer and squad selections ahead of gameweek 12. There's also his team reveal, captaincy advice and these questions answered: Do I lose Vardy this week to get to Son, or back him against Chelsea and risk missing the Conte Spurs train? Is it worth going Vardy to Kane for a -4? Is it okay to play without a goalkeeper this week if you own Sanchez and a non-playing backup? Who should I get to replace Havertz? Double Man City or double Chelsea defence? Is it a good idea to replace Foden with Son? Is Gallagher a better short to medium term option than Jota? Raphinha to Jota for a hit? How do you feel about getting rid of a player who is returning points but over performing on his underlying stats? Is Mount an easy sell now given the good midfield options available?
Ian Cheeseman was the BBC's Manchester City correspondent for nearly 25 years and has been a fan all of his life. Here he hosts his weekly podcast, Forever Blue, where all things Man City are discussed. For this episode, sponsored by www.charleslouis.co.uk Ian is joined by the former head of City's Academy Jim Cassell plus Paul and Louisa of the podcast squad. They discuss City's dip in form after the defeat by Crystal Palace and discuss if Jack Grealish has upset the balance of the team. Jim Cassell tells us inside stories from the Academy and how Phil Foden came to the club. There's lots more besides If you'd like to support Ian's work you can message him by DM on twitter @iancheeseman
The FPL General is here with the headlines from this Friday's press conferences and gives his wisdom before Saturday's gameweek 10 deadline. Transfers, captaincy and his team reveal plus these questions answered: Raphina has been under performing but is he still worth holding? Is it worth moving Raphinha to Foden even with Raphinha's great fixture this week? If you had to pick one Brentford asset for their nice upcoming fixtures, would it be Toney or Mbuemo? Is a Chelsea double up in midfield a viable option? Would really like Chilwell this week, but is it worth it for Dias/James and a -4? Which defender should we get in the £4.4m to £4.7m range instead of Duffy and White for the next few gameweeks? Are Son and Kane worth the premium for the coming weeks? Punt on Pukki? Is Hwang worth it as a budget forward or fools gold? Is it worth considering a bench boost while funds are spread around? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FPL obsessed actor & Fantasy Football Hub contributor Luke Jerdy and talkSPORT commentator Rich Wolfenden talk through everything you need to know ahead of Gameweek 10 of the Fantasy Premier League season. - Is Mount worth bringing in after last week's hauls? - Have you checked the injury list following the Carabao Cup? - We all want Phil Foden We love being a part of the FPL community - please follow us on Twitter and Instagram - @FPLTripleCap You can also join our Discord for daily Fantasy Premier League chat: https://t.co/nOCTBeDQo4?amp=1 #FPL #FPLCommunity #FantasyPL #FPLFamily #FantasyPremierLeague
Hola a todos, bienvenidos a Bendito Fantasy. Como todas las semanas Mirrey, Luis y Leo se reunen para comentar sobre los jugadores con mayores perspectivas para llenar el puesto de capitán en la jornada, analizando los pros y los contras de cada uno. Esta semana analizamos a Raphinha, Foden, Salah mas una lista de hipsters interesantes. Descubre con nosotros quienes pueden ser los máximos puntajes de la semana. Unéte a nuestra miniliga usando este código: 99769b Si les gusta lo que escucharon en este podcast/video, considera apoyarnos en patreon.com/benditofantasy y conviértete en miembro de la comunidad. Unéte al área de miembros de Fantasy Football Scout a través del siguiente enlace: bit.ly/FFSBenditoFantasy En youtube nos podrás encontrar en: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzRkFmQdmcqD3OG5_iagaFg (Suscribanse al canal!) !Comunicate con nosotros! Nos encanta saber tu opinión, nos puedes mandar un correo a email@example.com Siguenos en redes sociales: Twitter: twitter.com/benditofantasy Instagram: instagram.com/benditofantasy TikTok: tiktok.com/@benditofantasy Y en nuestras cuentras personales: Luis: twitter.com/luiscervantes91 Gerardo: twitter.com/BitacoradeFantasy Rubex: twitter.com/rvalenzuelas Mirrey: twitter.com/mirreyfpl Ñil: twitter.com/albanil8 Leo: twitter.com/darutto_fpl #Fantasy #FantasyPremierLeague #PremierLeague #Premier #LigaPremier #FPL --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bendito-fantasy/support
After a wild gameweek and another green arrow, The FPL General gives an update on his watchlist, transfer advice, captaincy picks and these questions answered: What's your thoughts on squad structure when we can perma-captain Salah and look to spread funds across the team? Do we stick or twist with Havertz vs Newcastle? Is Kovacic a good option as a slightly more expensive 5th midfielder over Brownhill for example, if one has the cash? What to do with Christensen? Is it still worth getting on the Mount train even though I own Foden? Best Vardy replacement if he's ruled out? Who do you think is the best budget striker to get now? Toney or Hwang? Is it time to move away from three playing strikers, to invest more in our midfields? Are the attacking full backs now essential over safe centre halves, even if more at risk of rotation? Is it worth starting Foster over Ramsdale/Sanchez this week? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a week like that one we need to look all the way inwards. What are we doing and why are we doing it? 00:00 - Intro / admin. 01:06 - How'd we do in GW9? 03:13 - League updates. 04:12 - The thinking behind captaining Kai Havertz. 08:50 - The thinking behind not captaining Mo Salah. 16:56 - Chelsea questions. 29:18 - Foden and Brighton vs. Man. City. 35:41 - Players we hate vs. players we love. 38:45 - Podding as therapy / Life balance. 40:19 - Spurs. 47:54 - More questions from our Discord. 01:03:31 - Our teams / transfers / captains. 01:06:24 - Anus slap(s) and outro. FML FPL Links: Check us out at: http://fmlfpl.com Support us at: http://patreon.com/FMLFPL We're most active on twitter: https://twitter.com/FMLFPL We upload video versions of the pod on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/fmlfpl And Alon sometimes goes live on twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/fmlfpl
Thanks for tuning in to episode 66! In this episode we talk about... Will Ole get fired? Will he quit?, United's loss to Liverpool, Chelsea's 7-0 win against Norwich, Paul Merson thinking Liverpool have the best front 3, West Ham's current domestic and European successes, Jesse Lingard's future, De Bruyne's Belgium criticism, Klopp's complaints about the England call-ups, Everton's downfall against Watford, Chelsea dominating without forward, the Newcastle takeover, Cole Palmer's back to back City games, Foden's new 6 year contract, David Seaman on Ederson, Sterling's Barcelona move, and more! If you have a question you'd like us to answer on the next episode, submit your video at 5PintsIn.com/submit If you're enjoying the podcast, please give us a like or rating on your favorite podcast platform - It really helps the show out! Go to 5pintsin.com to sign up for our email newsletter and check out our latest merchandise. Cheers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/5pintsin/support
We are back to review the polarising GW9 in FPL, before looking ahead to GW10 with the one and only David Munday! We look into Jota, Foden, Havertz & Mount and their awkward price point. Which strikers can we now trust? Is Salah captain the only way? You can find links to David's brand new sci-fi book below: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08BWKCY9D https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0871NSWQF https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B09FYN5BK5 #FPL #UpThePod FPL Surgery League Code for 21/22 = 4U2742 www.youtube.com/c/fplsurgery www.patreon.com/Fplsurgery www.twitter.com/fplsurgery firstname.lastname@example.org We get our stats from Fantasy Football hub and you can sign up to Fantasy Football Hub here: https://fantasyfootballhub.co.uk/Surgery/73
8º programa de la temporada 2021/2022. Juani Guillem, Coque Esteban y Fran Navarro analizan la 9ª jornada de Premier League. Javi Parra Peña y su lupa táctica: “Foden, ‘falso 9’”. El resumen de Alex Cortón. El editorial de Paul Giblin. Football League, con Jose Sousa y Escocia, con Mario Lallana. Análisis. Opinión. Historia. Curiosidades y más.
City fan David Mooney is joined by The Athletic's City Correspondent Sam Lee to reflect on the club's 4-1 win at Brighton. They focus on the roles in the team of Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva - and how they can develop as Guardiola evolves the side. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Another blistering performance from Manchester City. Fresh from our 5-1 win away at Club Brugge on Tuesday, City put another fine display to dismantle Brighton on Saturday 10 years to the day since our famous 6-1 win at Old Trafford. City ran out 4-1 winners at the AMEX thanks to goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden, who scored twice, and Riyad Mahrez. Bernardo Silva was, again, absolutely magnificent – he ran further than anyone and was so dangerous with his movement, touch and passing – and Phil Foden, as I've said a few times on this podcast, is now entering the very top tier of players in world football. He is bona fide world class, he's a lifelong City fan and he's been at the club since he was at U9 level. It's the perfect story. It was also a day for refection. City fan Guido De Pauw, a member of the Blue Moon Belgium Supporters' Club, was attacked in Belgium on Tuesday after our win in Brugge. He has been in a coma ever since but is now in a stable condition. The players wore t-shirts to show our support and the travelling fans held aloft a banner. The whole club is rooting for you, Guido, our thoughts very much with you and your family. In our review of the victory today, we hear from Paul Dickov and Michael Brown, who were with us in the Matchday Live studio, as well as our manager, Pep Guardiola, and midfield maestro Ilkay Gundogan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jimbo, Duncan Alexander, Adam Crafton and Dominic Fifield take in another frantic midweek of Champions League action and a tantalising Premier League weekend. Man United rely on spirit, courage and Ronaldo again against Atalanta. But could Cristiano starting against Liverpool provide a problem for Solskjaer's side? Chelsea hammer Malmo but lose Lukaku and Werner to injury. Meanwhile Man City have got Foden, Palmer and also the Salford Silva. Back in the Premier League, are Leeds in decline? Phil Hay tells us what the future holds this season under Marcelo Bielsa. Newcastle travel to Crystal Palace with the sub-plot of Parish and co versus the PIF. And Adam tells us about his report on the plight of Saudi LGBT+ people. Plus unsuccessful loans and sentient fixture computers. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Man Utd 3-2 Atalanta (04m 00s) • PART 1b: Atletico 2-3 Liverpool (11m 00s) • PART 2a: Chelsea 4-0 Malmo (20m 00s) • PART 2b: Ajax and Man City run riot (25m 00s) • PART 3: Crystal Palace v Newcastle preview (32m 00s) • PART 4a: The apparent decline of Leeds with Phil Hay (44m 00s) • PART 4b: The rest of the Premier League weekend (50m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (61m 00s) • PART 6: The Newcastle ownership (63m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • 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
City delivered a wonderful display in Belgium on Tuesday, beating Club Brugge 5-1 - equalling our biggest winning margin in the Champions League proper. It was a near-perfect display. City, led by the genius of Phil Foden, were sharp, inventive and creative. Brugge struggled to get the ball off us and we are now in a very strong position to qualify from Group A. Both full-backs scored – has that happened for City before? – Mahrez got two and Cole Palmer's dream week continued when he became only the third teenager to score in the Champions League for City (the others being Foden and Kelechi Iheanacho). Palmer came off the bench for the first team in Saturday's win over Burnley in the Premier League, before hot footing it over to the Academy Stadium where he scored a hat-trick in our Premier League 2 game against Leicester – and now he has a goal in Europe's elite club competition. He is a star in the making and this is a week he will never forget. After the game, we heard from scorer of the opening goal Joao Cancelo, as well as the mastermind of it all Pep Guardiola – and joining us in the Matchday Live studio were Andy Morrison and Richard Dunne. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft.England ended the International break in lacklustre fashion at Wembley. Was it a mistake for Gareth Southgate to experiment with Mount and Foden playing? What did we learn from the two games? (00:00)FIFA are looking into the crowd trouble which lead to one arrest for an alleged racially aggravated public order offence. Should fans of a team with outstanding punishments for racism have been allowed to buy tickets? (17:04)Newcastle are preparing to play the first game of their new chapter as they host Spurs on Sunday. The Times' Martin Hardy joins us to discuss what we can expect to happen at St James' Park on Sunday (30:32)Claudio Ranieri takes charge of his first Watford game on Saturday as Liverpool make a trip south. Will the Italian be able to create the same magic he did at Leicester City? (40:28)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kelly Cates is alongside former Scotland forward, James McFadden, Wales striker, Sam Vokes, and former Republic of Ireland international, Clinton Morrison to look back at the international weekend. They delve into Steve Clarke's time at Scotland so far and look at what has changed for Scotland over the years to get to this point. The panel discuss Jack Grealish and Phil Foden and how they are at the top of their game, not only for their club, but for country as well. Plus, the new CEO of the PFA, Maheta Molango, joins the pod to talk about players schedules, vaccinations and racism. Topics: 1'30 – What has changed for Scotland? 8'55 – Steve Clarke on the Scotland squad 10'37 – How important are the players who may not play every game? 17'20 – Our football correspondent, John Murray, joins the pod to talk about England v Hungary 18'46 – Gareth Southgate on Grealish, Foden and Hungary 27'45 – Phil Foden's talent 30'35 – CEO of the PFA, Maheta Molango, joins the pod
Kylian Mbappe's contentious winner against Spain hands France the UEFA Nations League trophy. Italy finish as the 3rd placed team after beating Belgium 2-1. In the WC Qualifiers, Scotland leave it late against Israel. Wales overcome a huge error to draw and Foden stars in a deeper midfield role for England. Also a look at Uzbekistan 5 Malaysia 1.
Get 20% off @MANSCAPED + Free Shipping with the code ACG20 at manscaped.com #ad It was another dreaded International break but luckily, your friendly neighbourhood Armchair Gaffers are here to help get you through this necessary evil in the footballing calendar. England did what they are expected to do and that was to trounce Andorra courtesy of five goals from five different scorers. Despite not getting on the scoresheet himself, #PhilFoden put in a Man of the Match performance in Central Midfield. We also touch on the state of the England national team, Gareth Southgate's leadership and of course, the Saudi led takeover of Newcastle United Football Club. Tune in for a full round up of our AMAZING football show! And don't forget, we're not the Armchair Gaffers - YOU ARE! Chapters: 00:00 - Start 08:04 - England vs Andorra 08:40 - Foden's Future lies in Midfield 12:50 - Jadon Sancho. Signs of life 14:55 - Should England play more overseas based players? 19:50 - Is Southgate fortunate? 32:10 - Where should Jesse Lingard go so that he can EXPLODE!? 37:37 - #KylianMbappe Interview 50:30 - Newcastle Takeover #SAUDI https://armchairgaffers.co.uk
By Davy Crockett Spartathlon, an ultra of 246 km (153 miles), takes place each September in Greece, running from Athens to Sparta and with its 36-hour cutoff. It is one of the toughest ultramarathons to finish. In Part 1 of this series, episode 88, the story was told how Spartathlon was born in 1982, the brainchild of an officer in the Royal Air Force, John Foden. Three servicemen successfully covered a route that was believed to have been taken in 490 B.C., by the Greek messenger, Pheidippides. The 1982 trial run set the stage for the establishment of the Spartathlon race. The race's 1983 inaugural year is covered in this part won by Yiannis Kouros of Greece. Help is needed to continue the Ultrarunning History Podcast and website. Please consider becoming a patron of ultrarunning history. Help to preserve this history by signing up to contribute a few dollars each month through Patreon. Visit https://ultrarunninghistory.com/member The Founding of Spartathlon in 1983 The Three Finishers. After John Foden and two others finished the historic 1982 trial run between Athens and Sparta, Foden told those at the finish, “You need to make the route we have run, a race.” However, he did not think seriously that a race would be organized anytime soon. Michael Graham Callaghan (1945-2013), an Athens businessman, and a member of the British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce (BHCC) in Greece was the driving force and the founder of the formal Spartathon race. Back in 1982, Callaghan had helped Foden organize his run and obtained sponsors. He was at the finish in Sparta and awarded the three finishers crowns of olive leaves. A month later, Callaghan received a kind letter from Air Marshal Thomas Kennedy from the Royal Air Force (RAF) in Germany, thanking him for his support of Foden's 1982 RAF expedition run from Athens to Sparta. The letter included, “John Foden has told me about the invaluable help you gave the expedition when it found itself in financial straits that made its abandonment seem certain, and also in revamping its low-key publicity into a campaign that achieved international TV and press coverage. I should like to thank you most sincerely for your interest and your enterprise which prevented the possible cancellation of the expedition, and your initiative in recognizing that its success could be used to reinforce the friendly relations that exist between Great Britain and Greece. We are all very much in your debt.” This kind letter further helped Callaghan become captivated with the idea for a race and he charged ahead to make it happen. Plans for Spartathlon come together Just four months after the historic 1982 RAF expedition, in February 1983, the Hellenic Amateur Athletics Association (SEGAS) announced that Spartathlon would be held on September 30, 1983. The name for the race combined the Greek words for Sparta and Feat. Officially that first year it was called, the “Open International Spartathlon Race.” A multi-national team of supporters came together led by Callaghan and was based at the British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in Athens. Under Greek law, Callaghan was not allowed to be the actual president of the organization, but he was the first race organizer. Foden said, “My idea to have a race would never have taken off if were not for Callaghan's energy, enthusiasm and talents as a salesman. At the start he might not have known much about running and relied on the advice I gave him during visits to Greece, but he soon became very knowledgeable.” A group of Athens-based British businessmen were signed up to be the main sponsors for the 1983 race. Entrants Forty-four men and one woman from twelve countries were entered into the first Spartathlon. They arrived in Athens four days before the race, on September 26, 1983, and took a two-day bus ride to preview the course and sight-see. At Sparta they were honored by the Mayor of Sparta at a taverna dinner.
Recorded October 4, 2021. Welcome to the First State Kopites podcast. It's episode 10 of season 3 - a podcast for Liverpool supporters in Delaware and friends of Liverpool supporters in Delaware. Thanks for listening on your preferred platform, we are available on ALL of them (and you can find us on YouTube). This week we are joined by some familiar voices - Daz, Haitham, Sean, Enrique and Paul. We talk about Sir Roger Hunt - We share favorite stories we've heard Champions League against Porto So much for ‘it will be harder than last time…' Some really elegant football from the Reds - Curtis Jones Have we reverted to 2018 again? City in the Premier League What a game! City have a lot of talented players - can we agree that Foden might be one of them? Mo Salah, Mo Salah running down the wing, yes he really was, over there by the Lower Kenny Lots of midfield and defence chat Klopp said the defence dropped deeper in the first half First half/second half Big chances and xG And now the International break - groan we preview Watford away - In a few words… Not sure what this means for missing players… We'll be back in 2 weeks to talk the outcome of the Watford game and the upcoming games away at Atletico Madrid and at United. Thanks to all our guests - if you enjoyed the podcast, share it with a friend. Follow us on Twitter - we only tweet and re-tweet from sources we think are credible
Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith analyse Liverpool and Manchester City's dramatic draw in the Premier League on our Monday Night Club edition of the pod. The panel discuss Phil Foden's impressive performance on the left wing for Man City and whether Pep Guardiola should keep him in that position in future. After his stunning goal, is Mo Salah the best player in the world right now and should Liverpool extend his contract? And The Athletic's Italian football expert James Horncastle joins the pod to give us an insight into Claudio Ranieri, as he's appointed Watford's new manager. TOPICS: 2'10” - Analysis of Manchester City's tactics in the first half 6'00” – Chat on Phil Foden's performance and on what his best position is 13'43” – Is Mo Salah the best player in the world right now? 21'24” – Is it a four horse title race? 23'40” – Are Manchester United's coaching staff getting the best out of the squad? 34'53” – Reaction to Claudio Ranieri being appointed Watford's new manager
It was a genuine Premier League classic. City ended one of the hardest weeks in the club's history with a 2-2 draw against Liverpool at Anfield. It was pulsating. Phil Foden was the standout performer - he is one of the best young players in European football. In this episode of the Man City Podcast, we look back at the game and hear the thoughts of Pep Guardiola, Bernardo Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, Joleon Lescott and David James. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#LIVMCI #Salah #PremierLeague Liverpool 2 Man City 2 and what a cracker it was! Man City on top, Liverpool bite back, Mane scores, Foden equalises, then Salah does a madness before De Bruyne Equalises... Liverpool 2 Man City 2.... Loved it! Gav, Grizz and Keith will be joined by City fan Steve to go through it all. Our NEW MERCH is available at our online store at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKX2COch01WLOK2ykJD11nA/store SELLING OUT ANFIELD FOR SIENNA!! Tickets are €1 and you can buy as many as you like! https://www.lfcdt.com/product-page/siennaanfield Support our Sienna Steps Campaign …. Her story and donation link are here https://lfcdt.com/sienna Every 1000 subs we achieve we will donate €100 to the Sienna Fund! Subscribe, Like, Hit the bell icon and never miss another show from the worlds biggest, 100% free LFC Podcast. ** All views on the show are those of the individual and do not represent those of the LFC Daytrippers ** Discord http://discord.gg/QvH6tzu4tq Spotify https://spoti.fi/3f8PVPG Apple pods https://apple.co/3cchQvY Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLFCDaytrippers Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lfcdaytrippers/ Don't forget to subscribe or follow, leave reviews if possible and turn notifications on!!! LFC - Liverpool FC - YNWA - LFC Family - Premier League - EPL - Klopp - Transfer News - Redmen News and Chat - Match Preview - Live Updates - Match Predictions - Match Reaction - Football - Soccer - Football Debate - Passion - Opinion - Laughter - Free Content - Competitions - Giveaways - Podcast - Unfiltered - LFC Daytrippers - Champions League - Football Daily - Euro Football Daily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
By Davy Crockett You can read, listen, or watch Spartathlon is one of the most prestigious ultramarathons in the world. It is a race of about 246 km (153 miles), that takes place each September in Greece, running from Athens to Sparta on a highly significant route in world history. It attracts many of the greatest ultrarunners in the world. This is part one of a series on the history of Spartathlon. In this episode, we will cover how Spartathlon was born, a story that has never been fully told until now. It was the brainchild of an officer in the Royal Air Force, John Foden. Help is needed to continue the Ultrarunning History Podcast and website. Please consider becoming a patron of ultrarunning history. Help to preserve this history by signing up to contribute a few dollars each month through Patreon. Visit https://ultrarunninghistory.com/member Pheidippides' Historic Run Battle of Marathon In 490 B.C., one of the most famous battles in world history was held between the Athenians and the Persians who invaded what we now call Greece, landing at Marathon. Before that battle, a professional messenger named Pheidippides was sent by Athenian generals to Sparta, with an urgent message to ask for reinforcements against the much larger Persian incursion. Pheidippides ran an estimated 250 kms (155 miles) and arrived at Sparta on the next day, likely about 36 hours, and then returned walking. There are many versions of this story. Some say his run was before the battle and others say after. One Romon version, more than a centry later, states that he ran back and he died on returning. But the important thing about the story for ultrarunning, is that Pheidippides made an ultra-distance run of about 155 miles in less than two days. If it were from dawn to dusk of the second day, that would have been 36 hours. The Spartan reinforcements did not immediately leave to help because of a festival and arrived too late for the Battle of Marathon, but the Athenians had triumphed over the more numerous Persians. People have wondered for years if the tale of Pheidippides could be true, running that difficult long distance across the rugged land in less than two days. John Foden His father James Foden John Boyd Foden (1926-2016) was born on May 7, 1926, in Winchester, Australia. His parents, also Australian, were James Clement Foden (1894-1978) and Rosalind Ida Boyd (1888-1957) of Scottish ancestry. The Fodens had lived in Australia for generations. John's father, James, was an aviator who learned to fly a biplane in Hendon, England, in 1917. James served during World War I in the Royal Flying Corps and was awarded the Air Force Cross. In 1924 he was promoted to a Flight Lieutenant. He made his career in the Royal Air Force and he retired a Group Captain. His love for aviation and the Royal Air Force was passed down to his son John. 1933 Ship passenger list Over the years, the Foden family would make multiple long sea voyages to Great Britain to visit family in England and Scotland. At the age of seven, John travelled to and from England by steam ship with his mother, his three-year-old sister, Pauline Margaret Foden, and his uncle, James Shields Boyd. Foden served in World War II as a paratrooper for Australia and after the war went to England. In 1948, at the age of 22, he married Vera Joan Colyer (1926-2001) of England. He later became a career officer in the Royal Air Force (RAF). In 1952, they had a son, David Michael Foden. Foden Takes Up Running The years passed and Foden continued his career in the RAF. By 1976, at the age of 49, he had taken up running. He belonged to the Veterans Athletic Club. In 1977, Foden ran in his first marathon. At that time, he was working as a flight instructor. He was assigned to teach cadets on various topics, including first aid, map reading, aircraft, and RAF knowledge. Herodotus In 1978, Foden was studying for an advanced degree at a...
Med Johan Sjøbakk Lund, Jørgen Tjærnås og Martin Roppestad Vi går gjennom de aldersbestemte landslagene fra G16 til U21. Hvem er de største profilene?Hvem må vi holde øynene opp for? Hvilke landslag kjemper om sluttspill? Hvor god er Andreas Schjeledrup? Er egen reserveliga bra eller dårlig for spillerutvikling? Temas: 04:40: G16: spennende høst 09:30: G16: Antonio Nusa 14:45: G16: Ingen Oslo-gutter 17:25: G16: Håkon Røsten og Oliver Holden 18:10: G16: Kamba Kalala Tumba 20:40: Møtte England med Foden, Sancho, Hudson Odoi og Smith-Rowe. 22:00: G17: Sterk årgang 23:30: G17: Største profiler 24:00: G17: Syver Aas 24:15: G17: Kaptein Hopeland 25:30: G17: Utespiller reddet straffer i straffekonk 27:55: G17: Lynhurtige Jakob Dicko Eng 28:14: G17: Tekniske Henrik Skogvoll 28:30: G17: Magnus Riisnæs 29:05: G17: Dennis Gjengaar 29:40: G17: Kristoffer Paulsen, lovende stopper 30:25: G17: Fantasy-favoritt Oskar Sivertsen 32:50: G18: Mye utenlandsproffer 33:20: G18: 2003 en lovende årgang. 34:15: G18: Trener med A-laget i City og Chelsea 34:20: G18: Lovende midtstopper i Leeds 35:00: G18: Kristian Arnstad markerer seg i Anderlecht 35:40: G18: Odin Thiago Holm 37:30: G18: Tobias Gulliksen 38:15: G18: Keeper i Spurs 39:20: Gå tidlig ut eller bli i Norge? 41:20: Eventyret Dag Aleksander Olsen 48:20: G18: To Sporting-spillere 50:00: Vanskeligere å lykkes hvis du er født i partallsår 54:40: G19: Lite å spille for 57:20: G19: Colin Røsler 58:28: G19: Sprintersønn Obilor Okeke 59:40: G19: Keepertalentet Sjøeng 1t:01:25: G19: Leo Cornic 1t:02:00: G19: Fotballsønner 1t:03:55: G19: PSVs Mathias Kjølø 1t:07:10: G20: Thomas Rekdal 1t:09:55: G20: Oscar Aga, Groruds seneste suksess 1t:12:30: Skal RBK kun hente trøndere? 1t:17:05: G20: Tagseth, Tangvik og Melkersen 1t:19:30: G20: Spiller fast i Wigan 1t:22:20: G20: Tounekti velger Tunisia? 1t:23:40: U21: Mads Christiansen 1t:25:15: U21: Martin Palumbo 1t:27:00: U21: Fredrik Oppegård i PSV 1t:28:30: U21: Robin Dahl Østrøm kan velge Danmark 1t:30:44: U21: Jesper Daland 1t:32:28: U21: Andreas Schjelderup - den neste store 1t:45:30: «Egen reserveliga er kjempeselvmål for spillerutvikling»1:47:20: "Rovdrift på unge talenter"
In this week's episode of the #STRIVECast, the team gets together to talk about our upcoming race- the STRIVE for 5: Foden Road 5K! It's not too late to register! Also in this episode, Noel shares a poem about Baywatch (?!), we take over “Ask Jeff” since Jeff is on assignment, and we play a round of Susie's Q's that's all about milk snakes! Happy Listening!
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Regeringen præsenterede i dag sit forslag til næste års finanslov. Og det er ikke mange penge, som finansordfører Nicolai Wammen har fundet. Det betyder, at der ikke er særligt mange penge i vente til for eksempel velfærd. Når man spørger hvorfor, er svaret, at der er godt gang i økonomien - lidt for godt måske. Men har regeringen så de løsninger, som erhvervslivet efterspørger? Torsdag blev Kabul ramt af et terrorangreb, som dræbte mindst 170 civile og 13 amerikanske soldater. Terrorbevægelsen Islamisk Stat Khorasan har taget ansvaret for angrebet. Efterfølgende har USA to gange på to dage rettet angreb mod islamister. I hvert fald én af de droner der udførte angrebene blev sendt fra Emiraterne, men den lange flyvedistance kan være problematisk for fremtidige drone-angreb. Siden folkeskolerne åbnede for ca. 3 uger siden er godt 3000, 0-9 årige blevet smittet med corona. Ca. 1500 af dem i skolen. Nogle skoler har allerede haft op til 50 tilfælde. Samtidig bliver der nu indlagt 4 gange flere 0-9 årige end i foråret. Vil det betyde skole og institutionslukninger eller vil man lade skolerne holde åbent lige meget hvad? Mette Vibe Utzon og Søren Carlsen er dagens værter, Tine Møller Sørensen redigerer. www.dr.dk/orientering
The SlabStox crew takes a look at a Kemba Walker Prizm RC PSA 10, explains why you should consider investing in Aaron Rodgers if you believe he'll stay in Green Bay long-term and win it all. The guys also discuss a potential comeback for Manchester City's Phil Foden this season and why now might be a good time to buy.Host: SlabStox CrewVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!
The Premier League returns this Friday which ushers in a new series--the Premier League Weekend Preview. On these half-hour specials, I'll take a look at each of the weekend's fixtures through the window of various storylines and predictions. This week, we discuss the absence of Foden & De Bruyne for City, the arrival of Willock & Armstrong at new clubs, Andy Robertson's injury and much more from around the grounds. To receive access to bonus episodes & support the show, visit: patreon.com/statesideabroad Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts, clips & other videos: youtube.com/c/statesideabroadpodcast & youtube.com/c/statesideabroadclips To follow and interact on your favorite platform, visit linktr.ee/statesideabroad --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support
HolaThe big day is here... and we dived into the mailbag to answers all your queries on England v Italy. We talk Chiesa, Kane, Foden, Saka, Chiellini and much more.Enjoy!G See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Joe Cole and Lynsey Hipgrave are joined by England legend Alan Shearer to dissect England's historic semi-final win over Denmark. They salivate over Southgate, praise Harry Kane's towering performance and reveal just why Raheem ‘The Dream' Sterling should be awarded the Player of the Tournament. Want to hear more great podcasts from JOE?House of Rugby - The UK's #1 rugby showTKO with Carl Frampton - Bringing you unprecedented access and brutal honesty from inside the world of boxingSportspages - Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever writtenBoys Don't Cry with Russell Kane - The show that gets men talking about the things men never talk aboutUnfiltered with James O'Brien - Our critically-acclaimed and award-nominated interview seriesJOE's Football Spin - for instant reaction to the latest in the Premier League and the world of footballMore football as it happens:Twitter @FootballJOEFacebook @SportsJOEInstagram @FootballJOE
Matt Davies-Adams is joined by Lynsey Hooper and Tom Williams after arguably the most exciting day of action yet at Euro 2020. Germany bounce back from defeat to France with a 4-1 thrashing of Portugal. Never write them off. Are the holders in danger of elimination at the group stage? Hungary cause their own upset by holding world champions France in Budapest. Should Les Bleus be concerned about the lack of goals from Karim Benzema? Speaking of a lack of goals, Spain toil to another draw, this time with Poland. Alvaro Romeo identifies the reasons behind their struggles. From the weather to fan apathy. Group A concludes on Sunday with Wales travelling to Rome to face Italy and confirm their place in the next round. Will the likes of Ramsey, Bale and Ward impress again? Plus Seaman's laugh, Foden's flick, and Sousa's fashion faux-pas. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Germany 4-1 Portugal with David Novo (03m 00s) • PART 1b: Hungary 1-1 France (15m 00s) • PART 2: Spain 1-1 Poland with Alvaro Romeo (24m 00s) • PART 3: Previewing the conclusion of Group A (34m 00s) • PART 4: The odds with Paddy Power (43m 00s) • PART 5: Who will be this tournament's Panenka? (45m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £1 A MONTH FOR YOUR FIRST 6 MONTHS: • 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
QKWHS - Euro 2020 EP3: Friday 18th June (preview)Episode 3 is out now exclusively for QK Fan Club XJ8 members (and here's a little taster to keep your isotonic juices flowing)It's here! The biggest date in the group stage. It's the build up to England versus Scotland. Will the ghosts of Gazza and Hendry haunt Foden and Robertson?...Marden goes up against Geller in a feat of magic... And we're joined by Welsh correspondent Mike Bubbins, and Scottish correspondent Susie McCabe, to discuss their teams respective results and chances. It's not to be missed! We'll be back on Monday to discuss the reaction to the game (and the rest of the action - or at least the bits that take our fancy) until then...Thanks,Chris, Josh and Michael.QK Fan Club: patreon.com/quicklykevinTwitter: @quicklykevinFacebook: quicklykevinInstagram: quicklykevinEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steve Crossman, Emma Saunders and Dion Dublin go inside the England camp at St George's Park ahead of the tournament. Champions League winner Reece James reflects on an amazing couple of months and Dean Henderson and Raheem Sterling show off their singing skills, with the latter giving us his thoughts on Foden's new hairstyle – is it more Gazza or Aguero? Plus we hear how the squad are staying relaxed, find out who the darts and table tennis masters are and which player is ‘the gaffer's son'? TOPICS: 04'30 Reece James interview 11'00 Dean Henderson interview 19'00 Raheem Sterling interview 32'00 Team unity