Joining Ian Stone this week it's James McNicholas and Adrian Clarke to talk all through Arsenal's season so far. This week: we discuss the position Ainsley Maitland Niles and what's next for him, we talk about replacing Granit in the team, and we look ahead to the return of Patrick Vieira next Monday. Plus Adrian does a deep dive on the women's team and their excellent start to the WSL and brings us the Sound of Music RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Jack Wilshere love in (01.30) PART 2a - AMN - what next? (07.30) PART 2b - Eyes turn to January (18.00) PART 3 - Arsenal women analysed (29.30) PART 4 - Palace preview (36.30) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ian Stone is joined by Amy Lawrence and Art de Roché to discuss another 1-0 to the Arsenal as this weekend the Gunners beat Burnley. Today it's all about Ramsdale, Gabriel, and Tomiyasu as the defensive back six takes shape, we discuss Wednesday's match against Wimbledon, and then there's the big one: the North London Derby too - could Jack Wilshere do a job in the dressing room? RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Ramsdale love in (01.30) PART 2a - Burnley 0-1 Arsenal (12.30) PART 2b - Wimbledon preview (30.00) PART 3 - Wilshere (35.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Simon is in the driving seat and is joined by the Athletic's Art de Roche and Nick Callow from Hayters. The panel discuss the trip to Burnley and how the Arsenal new boys can play a part in getting a result, Thomas Partey coming back into the side and the situation surrounding Jack Wilshere and a possible return to London Colney. Nick also takes part in the now-famous Arsenal Beat Quiz. With a more retro feel to the specialist round, can he get the perfect 10 required to top the leaderboard?
On this episode, Stel quizzes former Arsenal and Burnley academy midfielder Ismail Diallo about his youth level experiences. Ismail shares memories of moving to Arsenal from Brighton, playing alongside the likes of Bukayo Saka, receiving advice from Freddie Ljungberg and coaching sessions with Jack Wilshere and Thierry Henry. A discussion on the different technical and tactical methods between Arsenal and Burnley is followed by Ismail's recollection of his trials at AC Milan, Sampdoria and Sporting Lisbon.
With Cristiano Ronaldo set to return to the Premier League this weekend for Manchester United, we discuss some of the other players who will be making their debuts this matchday. (Part 2, 18:37) Brentford have signed a player called 'Zanka', plus we look at whether free agent Jack Wilshere could still do a job in the top flight.
This is a response to the Athletic interview with Jack Wilshere, where he opens up and shares his recent thoughts, concerns and regrets. This episode is not only a tribute to Jack, it includes some sport psych lessons we can also learn.
Sam is in the host's seat and he has two huge guests in the shape of the Mirror's chief football writer John Cross and - making his Arsenal Beat debut - David Ornstein of the Athletic. The trio discuss the West Brom win, supporter reaction to summer signings, where Arsenal are at in their rebuild and, following on from David's interview earlier this week, the panel talk about the Arsenal career of Jack Wilshere. John, meanwhile, is next to face the daunting prospect of the Arsenal Beat quiz.
Hosts Dan Bardell and Flo Lloyd-Hughes are joined by David Ornstein and Arsenal correspondent Amy Lawrence to dissect a brutally honest interview given to The Athletic by former Arsenal, West Ham and England midfielder Jack Wilshere. You'll hear from Wilshere on the difficulties he's had in trying to find a new club, mental health concerns, regrets, as well as, thoughts on Mikel Arteta, Saka, Smith-Rowe and more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What a show with Arsenal legend, Jack Wilshere. You will not want to miss this beautiful game conversation with one of the Arsenal’s finest. Super Jack & Super Kev on one episode. Doesn’t get better than that! And thanks JJ for all you did to help make this happen. Be part of the dialogue. Have … Continue reading "THE ONE WITH JACK WILSHERE"
Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Waddle, Pat Nevin, Jack Wilshere and James McFadden to dissect England's goalless draw with Scotland in Group D at Wembley. The match didn't quite live up to the hype but there's still plenty to discuss - including Billy Gilmour's man-of-the-match performance on his first Scotland start, Harry Kane's struggles up front and what both sides need to do to go further in the tournament. John Murray is pitch side and speaks to Gareth Southgate, Tyrone Mings and Declan Rice to get their thoughts on the draw. And we'll also hear what the Scotland camp made of their first point at a major men's tournament since 1998, with reaction from manager Steve Clarke, captain Andy Robertson and Stephen O'Donnell. TOPICS 00:23 Full-time whistle reaction with John Murray, Chris Waddle, Pat Nevin and Jack Wilshere 10:36 Gareth Southgate interview with John Murray 13:31 James McFadden analysis 16:57 Harry Kane's performance 23:13 Andy Robertson reaction 25:12 Steve Clarke reaction 26:04 Billy Gilmour's first Scotland start 30:04 Stephen O'Donnell interview 31:36 Tyrone Mings interview with John Murray 33:55 Declan Rice interview with John Murray 35:26 England and Scotland's final group games
It's the Daily Euros you've been waiting for. We're bringing you all the build up you need for England v Scotland. Steve Crossman is joined by Jack Wilshere, Rob Green and Micah Richards to take you through the England side of things. We've got Erin Cuthbert, Alan Hutton and Eilidh Barbour to cover all things Scotland. Plus, you'll hear from both managers Gareth Southgate and Steve Clarke. You'll also hear from England captain Harry Kane and Scotland's Scott McTominay Topics: 00'50 – Micah Richards and Jack Wilshere join the pod 13'25 – John Murray with Gareth Southgate 16'30 – Scotland manager Steve Clarke 17'36 – Eilidh Barbour on the Scotland camp 22'17 – Rob Green, Alan Hutton and Erin Cuthbert join the pod 32'42 – Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay 33'52 – Tartan Army member, James Scott 38'27 – Our correspondent John Murray with England captain Harry Kane 42'40 – Jack Grealish reveals he has a WhatsApp group with John McGinn, Micah Richards and Alan Hutton!
Emma Saunders reflects on England's first match of Euro 2020 as well as a dramatic affair in Amsterdam as the Netherlands beat Ukraine. Mark Chapman brings you reaction from Wembley alongside Micah Richards, Jack Wilshere, Karen Carney, John Murray and Chris Waddle. You'll hear from Kalvin Phillips, Tyrone Mings as well as Gareth Southgate. Plus, Scotland and Chelsea forward Erin Cuthbert joins the pod to preview Scotland's first match of the Euros.
Avsnitt 214 av Arsenal Göteborg Podcast! Det är återigen manfall i panelen men Filip Tolf är tillbaka bakom spakarna och med sig har han panelmedlemmarna Oscar Axelsson och Oliver Sipos! Dom fortsätter leken "Super Arsenal FC" och nominerar högeryttrar till laget! Gå in och rösta fram Arsenals bästa högerytter på @ArsenalGbg på Twitter! Snacket fortsätter sen om hemmaförlusten men avancemanget emot Olympiakos och Slavia Prag i nästa omgång! Panelen berättar sedan om deras zoom-samtal med Jack Wilshere. Snacket fortsätter sedan om berg-o-dalbana-matchen, West Ham-Arsenal 3-3! Panelen pratar om målvakter och målvaktstränare. Men är det de sämsta 30 minuter vi sett men det bästa vi sett ifrån Ödegaard?
Dans cet épisode j'ai eu l'occasion de recevoir Elio Sabo, un jeune entrepreneur pour qui j'ai énormément de respect.Elio Sabo, originaire de Fribourg, figure parmi les 30 personnalités les plus influentes de suisse de moins de 30 ans, selon le magazine ForbesIl a travaillé avec plusieurs athlètes de renommé international tel que: Johan Djourou, Denis Zakaria, Jack Wilshere, Volkan Oezdemir, Yvon Mvogo, Phillip Hawes, Clint Capela, Gaël Monfils, Mike Horn....-Retrouver Elio:Stax sports (Instagram)Elio Sabo (Instagram)Website-SOUTENEZ LE PODCAST EN PARTICIPANT À NOTRE CAGNOTTE-KINSTRETCH COLONNE VERTÉBRALE FONDATION - MINI SÉRIE-EBOOK HOME TRAINING HAUT DU CORPSEBOOK HOME TRAINING BAS DU CORPS-PROGRAMME KINSTRETCH FOUNDATIONREPRENEZ LE CONTRÔLE DE VOTRE CORPS-Personnes/Produits mentionnées:Kev's KitchenRue de Monthoux 101201 Genève-Retrouvez-moi sur : Instagram : @kswiss_fitYouTube: https://bit.ly/2NT9ehbWebsite: www.move-365.com
This weekend Cherries travelled to Nottingham to face Forest in a clash against an in-form Hughton side that has been difficult to beat of late - amassing 13 points from their last 18. So with Boscombe arriving in confidence after our Burnley FA Cup exploits, it looked set to be an absorbing affair - in reality, it was anything but. In this podcast, we get raw full-time opinions from Bournemouth fans after the Cherries bumbled to a 0-0 draw at the hands of Forest - scarily, we didn't even register a shot! Also, Tom Jordan is joined by Dan AKA Juron to discuss the individual performances at The City Ground. Ben Pearson made his debut for the Cherries in a midfield comprising Jack Wilshere and Jefferson Lerma - this meant that Tuesday's FA Cup star Philip Billing could only watch on from the bench. Meanwhile, another excellent former from the Burnley game - Sam Surridge - was also benched! Bizarre! Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you’re enjoying this show, you can help support us by buying us a coffee at https://www.afcbpodcast.com/coffee – we really appreciate it!
This weekend Cherries travelled to Nottingham to face Forest in a clash against an in-form Hughton side that has been difficult to beat of late - amassing 13 points from their last 18. So with Boscombe arriving in confidence after our Burnley FA Cup exploits, it looked set to be an absorbing affair - in reality, it was anything but. In this podcast, we get raw full-time opinions from Bournemouth fans after the Cherries bumbled to a 0-0 draw at the hands of Forest - scarily, we didn't even register a shot! Also, Tom Jordan is joined by Dan AKA Juron to discuss the individual performances at The City Ground. Ben Pearson made his debut for the Cherries in a midfield comprising Jack Wilshere and Jefferson Lerma - this meant that Tuesday's FA Cup star Philip Billing could only watch on from the bench. Meanwhile, another excellent former from the Burnley game - Sam Surridge - was also benched! Bizarre! Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you're enjoying this show, you can help support us by buying us a coffee at https://www.afcbpodcast.com/coffee – we really appreciate it!
Marcus, Vish and Andy are here to say their heartfelt goodbyes to a few stalwarts of English Football and look over the entirely expected and underwhelming spectacle that was Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle. First on the plane is Mesut Özil, who closes off his messy final chapter at Arsenal with his expected move to Fenerbahçe. We wonder how he'll be remembered at Arsenal, who cast further doubt over Steve Bruce’s masterplan at Newcastle last night. There’s also time to party in the city where the heat is on, as Phil Neville’s on South Beach until the break of dawn: he’s taking charge of Inter Miami! Danny Drinkwater and Jack Wilshere also look for new starts at Kasımpaşa and Bournemouth respectively.Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: email@example.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this special edition of Handbrake Off, The Athletic's Amy Lawrence speaks with Arsene Wenger. They discuss a wide range of subjects, including dealing with stress as a manager, the reasons why some players cannot fulfil their potential, and the importance of VAR in protecting footballers. He discusses Jack Wilshere and Abou Diaby, explaining how the physicality of the Premier League cost them their careers at the top level. Amy asks him about some of his other former players who have now transitioned into management themselves. And Arsene wonders whether football will exist in heaven or hell. SPECIAL BLACK FRIDAY OFFER! To read the full interview with Arsene you can subscribe to The Athletic right now for our BEST EVER price. It's just £1 a month for 12 months and you can cancel at any time. Go to www.theathletic.com/arsenalpod to sign up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this sad day for football, Harry Symeou and Dan Potts pay tribute to Diego Maradona and celebrity Arsenal fan Heavy D. We also discuss the possibility of Jack Wilshere returning to the club, the links with Dominik Szsoboszlai, Christian Eriksen and the UEFA Europa League fixture versus Molde. This podcast is part of the 90min Network! #Diego#Maradona#Football See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Arsenal hero and England international Jack Wilshere joins Laura and Bayo for an in-depth chat in episode nine of the Super 6 Podcast! Nothing is off the table as they discuss Jack's time at the Emirates, what's next for the midfielder and whether he would join Spurs if Mourinho made him an offer today! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Marcus Rashford can do it all! Last night, he took a break from his admirable social activism to knock a quick hat-trick past RB Leipzig in the Champions League. Marcus, Pete and Andy are here to look over an impressive United performance that was overshadowed by another sartorial swerve from Leipzig coach, Julian Nagelsmann.Elsewhere, Chelsea return from Krasnodar with three points and a first goal for Hakim Ziyech as Roman Abramovich watched on. We also speculate what’s next for Jack Wilshere and hear of some truly bizarre match preparation from lower down the pyramid. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We hear from hat-trick hero Patrick Bamford as Leeds end Villa’s perfect start to the Premier League season with a dominant victory. Jermaine Jenas, Michael Brown and John Murray also preview Manchester United against Chelsea and discuss the Mesut Ozil situation at Arsenal. Plus, former England midfielder Jack Wilshere on training in a local park as he bids to find a new club.
It's an international break so with no games to talk about, Greg, Bryan, and Ben take some listener questions. Listen to our thoughts about formations! Who Mourinho will feud with next! Jack Wilshere's future as a dirtbag DJ! And so much more! Don't forget to follow our new twitter account at www.twitter.com/wdrpodcast
England manager Gareth Southgate labels Mason Mount ‘underappreciated’ after the Chelsea star scored the winner against Belgium in the Nations League, Stuart Pearce claims it was an ‘education’ for the Three Lions after beating the world’s best side at Wembley, Jack Wilshere tells Darren Bent that he wants to play football at a club he’s ‘happy playing at’ now he’s a free agent, Andy Cole explains why he loved playing under Sir Alex Ferguson, boxing promoter Bob Arum tells Fight Night that Tyson Fury could fight this year in the U.K. and that Fury v Anthony Joshua might happen in the spring, European expert Andy Brassell reflects on Barcelona’s ‘horrible’ transfer window, Telegraph writer Sam Wallace breaks down the proposed Project Big Picture which could revamp English football, former Ireland striker Tony Cascarino bemoans Jack Grealish & Declan Rice choosing to play for England over the Republic and there’s the first ‘pay-per-view’ Ian Culverhouse game on the Warm-Up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
West Ham pulled off one of the most complete performances from a Hammers team in recent memory when they went to Leicester and thrashed the Premier League leaders 3-0 on Sunday. The win came off the back of a defeat at Everton in the League Cup and a fantastic 4-0 league win over Wolves. Will Pugh (https://twitter.com/WilliamPugh_) is joined by James Jones (https://twitter.com/ByJamesJones) and Tom Edwards (https://twitter.com/T0m_Edwards) to revel in the Irons' newly found excellent league form and the lads swing between the desire to get carried away or heed the urge to let it all go and be depressed about West Ham's totally shambolic transfer window. David Sullivan assured fans the fury inducing sale of Grady Diangana to West Brom would fund investments in other areas of David Moyes' squad. But shock, horror, the only man to arrive is £5million Czech right-back Vladimir Coufal from Slavia Prague. One of the lads won the first Betway (https://twitter.com/betway) charity bet of the season and 'Name that Game' heats up with a ferocious battle between Tom and Will. The Athletic's West Ham correspondent Roshane Thomas dials in with acute insight into how hard West Ham really tried in the transfer market. And the boys discuss much more including Felipe Anderson, Jack Wilshere, Harry Redknapp, King Arthur Masuaku and the West Ham Women. Please like, rate and subscribe if you like what we do. Follow We Are West Ham on Twitter (https://twitter.com/WeAre_WestHam) . And WATCH the shows on YouTube HERE (https://t.co/BerkadaUal?amp=1) . Audio credit: West Ham United Twitter (https://twitter.com/WestHam/status/1313479124879585281?s=20) . COYI #WHUFC
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Nicky Bandini, Sid Lowe and Archie Rhind-Tutt for the latest from transfer deadline day, including Arsenal’s signing of Atlético midfielder Thomas Partey, Edinson Cavani to Manchester United and Jack Wilshere to nowhere, plus an update from the top leagues around the continent. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
As Transfer Deadline Day drew to a close during the Sports Bar Arsenal completed the transfer of Atletico’s Thomas Partey, Edinson Cavani signed for Manchester United, Jack Wilshere was released by West Ham, Theo Walcott joined his old club Southampton on loan and Everton secured Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen until the end of the season. As United continued to splash the cash for players throughout the day including Porto’s Alex Telles, Adrian Durham warned that it may spell the end for Luke Shaw at Old Trafford and questions why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not tried to sign West Ham’s Declan Rice, on Breakfast Darren Bent & Alan Brazil both Slam Tottenham’s Erik Lamela for his antics leading to Anthony Martial’s red card on Sunday, The Mail on Sunday’s Ollie Holt tells the Press Box that certain England players have left Gareth Southgate in a difficult position after an apparent breach of coronavirus regulations, both Danny Murphy & Simon Jordan defend Wilf Zaha after the Ivorian was criticised by talkSPORT’s Tony Cascarino over the weekend, comedian Justin Moorhouse goes on a rant about his beloved Manchester United on the Hawksbee & Jacobs show and Aston Villa legend Gabby Agbonlahor criticises Graeme Souness for suggesting the grass was too long at Villa Park when the champions Liverpool were thumped 7-2. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
An unhappy Spurs manager Jose Mourinho slams his own team for a ‘poor’ performance as they lost to Everton, match-winner Dominic Calvert-Lewin praises the new signings at Goodison Park and the way his teammates gelled in their first game of the season, on Gameday Mikel Arteta drops the biggest hint yet that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is staying at the Emirates, Gabby Agbonlahor criticises Virgil Van Dijk for being ‘arrogant’ against Leeds United, former Manchester United striker Andy Cole offers advice to Mason Greenwood and how he can cope with making off-field errors, West Ham manager David Moyes blasts his sides ‘weak’ defending, on Darren Bent’s Boot Room there’s breaking news about Jack Wilshere and a potential Serie A destination for the England midfielder, after Dani Ceballos’ bad challenge on Eddie Nketiah in the warm-up against Fulham Tony Cascarino recalls a similar incident at Chelsea involving Dennis Wise, former Wolves keeper Matt Murray tells the Sunday Session why Nuno Espirito Santo signing a contract extension is crucial for the club’s progression and on the Trans Europe Express Andy Brassell has news on five players being sent off, including Neymar Junior, over one incident as Paris Saint Germain lost to Marseille in Ligue 1. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As talkSPORT Exclusively reveals that West Ham are set to terminate Jack Wilshere’s contract Jason Cundy tells the Sports Bar that he has a lot of sympathy for the England midfielder, Simon Jordan tells Jim White that Premier League clubs may lose £50million each weekend stadiums continue to remain empty, the former Crystal Palace owner also takes aim at Newcastle’s Ryan Fraser for the way he left Bournemouth after lockdown, on Breakfast Aston Villa legend Gabby Agbonlahor once again questions the way England manager Gareth Southgate has handled Jack Grealish, Fulham manager Scott Parker praises the work Mikel Arteta has done at Arsenal as the Cottagers open their Premier League campaign against the Gunners live on talkSPORT, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard slams the idea that last season he was under no pressure, on Drive Adrian Durham makes his 20/21 Premier League season predictions, Jamie O’Hara claims that Harry Kane is worth £150 million and on Kick-Off the former Birmingham City striker Clinton Morrison expects Sheffield United’s Ethan Ampadu to have a great season at Brammall Lane. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former England striker Darren Bent makes a bold claim that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is Arsenal’s most ‘important striker in their history’, on talkSPORT Breakfast West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere reveals why Eddie Howe is a ‘great manager’, Danny Murphy tells Natalie Sawyer that trophies are more important than finishing in the top four in the league, Fulham’s Scott Parker & Brentford’s Thomas Frank preview the Championship Play-Off Final at Wembley with over a quarter of a billion pounds at stake live on talkSPORT, on the Sports Bar Micky Gray recounts the time he missed a crucial penalty in the Final in 1998 for Sunderland as they lost to Charlton, former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan reacts to news that Manchester United are closing in on the signature of Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho, Nigel Benn looks back at the night he fought American Gerald McClellan for the WBC Super-Middleweight Championship leaving the challenger with severe brain injuries and on Drive Andy Goldstein and Jamie O’Hara clash over who is the greatest British Sportsman over the last decade. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're back. Football's back. Normal life is (kind of) back. There's still a long way to go before we can really say normal life is back, but the recent easing of lockdown restrictions gave given us all a bit of hope that there is light at the end of the lockdown tunnel. And after a week's break, we're back to bring you all the latest West Ham talking points. This time as very proud award nominees. Yep, that's right, we've been nominated for Best Podcast at the Football Content Awards and we couldn't be prouder. Thank you to everyone who listens to our ramblings each week and helps support the show - it really does mean a lot. We've left details on how you can vote for us below and on our Twitter page. But amidst the euphoria of an award nomination comes some very sad news. The amazing Charlie Hawkins has decided to move on to pastures new and will no longer be a part of the We Are West Ham movement. Charlie has been an integral part of the success of this podcast up to now and we would like to thank him for all his hard work and dedication. He joined as our presenter and leaves as our friend. Replacing Charlie on a permanent basis is Tom Edwards, who has been involved in the show sporadically over the years but has accepted our offer to join full time. A very worthy addition to the team, indeed. Welcome, Tom! So on this week's show, the lads say farewell to Charlie, welcome (back) Tom and then run the rule on all the big West Ham related headlines. From the return of football to season ticket refunds to imposing a Jack Wilshere censorship on the podcast to the potential of renewed fan protests, the lads touched on everything as we begin to countdown to our match with Wolves in a few weeks' time. As always, thank you to everyone who listens every week and if you haven't already, please make sure you subscribe, rate and review us on whatever podcast platform you're listening on. We really do appreciate the support. If you would like to vote for us in the Football Content Awards, you can do so by clicking here (https://footballcontentawards.com/2020-voting/) and selecting WE ARE WEST HAM PODCAST from the drop-down menu under the Best Podcast category, and you can also tweet the following sentence... "I am voting for @WeAre_WestHam in @The_FCAs for #BestPodcast" We really do appreciate your help and continued support! You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tweet us at @WeAre_WestHam. We love to hear from you, so get in touch! See you next week! Irons.
Current West Ham and former Arsenal, Bolton and Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions. Everything from his injuries to the difference in Pellegrini and Moyes' management styles, from being the Gunner's youngest ever league debutant to who he'd like to throw a pizza at (!), plus the impact of Robin Van Persie leaving the Emirates Stadium and much, much more. 606 Savage Social is a Shooting Shark Production for BBC 5 Live.
In part two of our Jack Wilshere interview we hear about the injury problems that wiped out his 2011/12 season, and what his relationship with Arsène Wenger was really like. He relives his emotions when lifting the FA Cup and talks us through that incredible goal against Norwich at the Emirates. Finally, we find out the real story behind why he left the club in 2018 and what his plans are for the future.This episode is bought to you in partnership with Camden Town Brewery See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jack Wilshere was on such good form for this interview that we've had to split it in to two. In this first part, he takes us back to when he joined the first team squad for the first time, and made his senior debut aged just 16. He tells us about his breakthrough season in 2010/11 when he was named PFA Young Player of the Season – from the heartbreak of the defeat to Birmingham at Wembley defeat to that incredible performance against Barcelona in the Champions League. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In an extended episode, we bring back the memories of those key fixtures form this current season. They include the first North London Derby, Chelsea's 5-2 win over Wolves and Leicester's 9-goal thriller over Southampton. Rumour Mill questions Everton's development plans for the summer and Player Profile looks at those players whose illnesses have kept them sidelined for long periods of time. We conclude with an extensive discussion on how they plan to wrap up the current Premier League season!
Ahmed Abdulla takes us on a journey of his life thus far. From being a youth team player at Arsenal and going to training with Jack Wilshere, to a rollercoaster loan spell at Swindon to ultimately finding himself playing part-time football and being the head coach of Pro-Direct's academy.
The Beautiful Game Podcast – Episode 61 - We discussed whether we believe football tribalism has gone a step too far. We spoke about Jack Wilshere's Instagram post and the yobs that threw objects into Ed Woodward Cheshire residence. We also each gave most surprising transfer of the window and dissected the weekend's games. We reviewed Super Sunday where Tottenham toppled Man City and Arsenal held Burnley to a draw. We also gave our prospects of the week + much more.Twitter: @iamGish @BujTheGooner @LfcNino @Dej_TBGGet involved in the discussion using the #TBGPOD Twitter: @Podcast_TBGInstagram: @Pod_TBGPlease leave a 5star review. We appreciate all the support.
Episode 3 of The Late Fitness Test with Ben Dinnery, Johnny Wilson and Stel is here! This week, the lads discuss Kieran Tierney's record breaking vertical jump, Sane's ACL, Allison's opening day injury, Jack Wilshere's decision to see his own physio and any other injury updates for the FPL crew! Music: www.bensound.com (http://www.bensound.com/) " or "Royalty Free Music from Bensound (https://www.bensound.com/) "
When we're young, we have an amazing positive outlook about how great life is going to be. But somewhere along the line we forget to dream and end up settling. Join Up Dots features amazing people who refuse to give up and chose to go after their dreams. This is your blueprint for greatness. So here's your host live from the back of his garden in the UK David Ralph Yes. Hello there. Good morning to you. Good morning to you and welcome to the Join Up Dots business coaching podcast. Is it a podcast? Is it a radio show? Is it I don't know what it is? I don't know what it is. But I'll tell you the audience what I've been doing. Ive been doing a lot of work behind the scenes of join up dots. A lot of people that run podcast, really focus in on iTunes and Stitcher and all the directories where you guys can just dip in and find your favorite hosts. And for many years, I did that. And I got a really good audience. But now I'm doing it through Google as well. And I'm really working hard on getting the SEO right on the show and exponential growth. That's what it's about. And if you are running a podcast out there, and you're finding that you're getting a small audience, but they're not interacting with you. You really got to think about doing it. Like a proper business. Don't just think, "Oh, I just throw a show up on to a website somewhere. And it's job done." Oh, no, you've got to work both sides. So anyhow, that's what I've been doing this week. I have been doing SEO, Search Engine Optimization on all my shows, and I've done about what 400 of them. It's like pulling teeth, but you sort of get into a routine and if you are me you need to do something else. I can't do this all day. And that's the beauty of Join Up Dots, of course I can walk away and do whatever I want. So how are you? How are you guys? Are you loving life? Are you all happy? Are you happy out there? The DJ need a hug? Do you need Mr Ralph to send these arms out like Mr. Tickle and wrap them around you? Do you remember Mr. Tickle when you as a kid? The orange Mr. Man with really long arms. I used to find it a bit creepy. There was two things in my life, that I found creepy when I was a little kid. Well three actually, you're going to go back to the 70s to get there. So a lot of this won't mean anything to anyone young. But one was Mr. Tickle. Because he's long arms could come in wherever he wanted and do stuff to you. He was like a sort of a long armed Jimmy Saville, I suppose. shouldn't have said that. But there you go. It's on a podcast is out there. The second one were like these straws called Humphries. They used to be red and white striped straws, it sounds pathetic now, but they used to nick your milk. And they used to say "Watch out, watch out. There's a Humphrey about" And these pink and white straws used to sort of bounce up and down. If you remember that from the 70s. And I haven't just gone mad, then drop me a line at join up email@example.com or come over to the website and say "Yes, I remember the Humphreys and they had the same effect." And of course, the last one which I think a there isnt one person out there who wasn't freaked about this, was the child catcher from teacher Chitty Bang Bang. With the long nose and the creepy kind of tippy toe way that he used to move around and sniff. I think everybody has had that in their life. And you know, that's really scary. Because you look back on it now and you think why is it scary? My son's actually doing a media course and he's creating his own film. It's a horror film, and he's trying to do it by putting the creepy stuff in. That's not gratuitous. So it's not like stabbings and horrible things. And one of the things we were talking about the other day is why are Nursery Rhymes sung slowly creepy. Why is that creepy? I have no idea. Once again, if you know the answer, send data to me. Well, this week, I've received two or three different emails through. And we've got How many? We got three questions here. So it's not gonna be a long show today. Because it's bank holiday weekend and you want to get out into pub gardens and live your life. But of course, I will come. I'm a podcaster I have to be prepared for you. Monday morning. Okay, it's pre recorded already. But no, I will be here live on Monday morning. And you will get a show. I promise you. So anyhow, these are the three questions. Question One "Okay. Hi, David. I'm a oral hygienist in Colombia. I listen to your show every day in Colombia. I would love to start my own business instead of working for someone else. Do you think that this is a good idea?" Answer One Well, I of course think this business is brilliant. Now, I started thinking about it two ways recently. Now I'm teaching a guy, I won't give his business idea away, but a guy called Martin Gardner. And he is a guy from the Midlands of England. And so he talks a bit funny, he, he's got a bit of a funny voice. But other than that, he's a lovely, lovely guy. And one of the things that I've started to realize is, no matter what businesses that you create, if you learn how to grow traffic, you've got two wins. You can either drive it into your own business and create money. Or you can take traffic away from other people, and then send it back to them. So for example, shops and businesses, especially the local ones are historically poor, at web manipulation, and search engine optimization. So they throw up a website, and basically hope what they can get is enough to actually pay their bills. Now, I'm teaching Martin to create this business. And we're really excited about it, because this is gonna be a big one. But I'm absolutely convinced he's going to change his life, as has all the other businesses that we've created this year. There hasn't been one, that weve done through Join Up Dots. Well, I don't actually think through the process of working it out with the client. But I should do this, I might jump on to this first, this is a great idea. And so we've got them banging out left, right and center. Anyhow, it dawned on us, that he could actually build a business himself, or sit away from it and actually just be a middleman driving traffic through to other people's businesses. So they're getting more leads, they're getting more money into their businesses, through the skills from Martin gardener with a funny voice has got in his own. So if you are anoral hygienist, Mateo, I would say to you, youve got two ways of going. You can either be back and build a business where you are that person, and it's coming into your life. Or you can become the oral hygienist web traffic expert, and learn the ways online to drive the traffic for that type of job to other people. And when you make money from it, you sit in an office basically, and you are the manager of the traffic. So I do think that you are right on your money to start thinking about working for yourself because that is where the money is. Don't work for someone else where you're giving it all away. Or they're taking the bulk of it anyway, do it for yourself. But that's why I'm thinking now guys, two ways. Do you want to be part of the business? Or do you want to be a facilitator for other people's businesses? And once you understand the online concept, and it really is kind of simple once you really understand it, you've got double options. You can look at it and think do I provide leads to other people's businesses? Or do I bring it into my own? I probably do both Really? That way you make lots and lots of oodles and oodles and oodles and oodles. Right okay, a second email and I like the first four words it says "David Ralph you sexy legend that always gets to my eyes" Question Two "David Ralph you sexy legend. I don't know if you will get to see this question or your elves will whisk it away before your eyes ever see it? Funnily enough, I've just seen it. However, I've been building a consulting business over the last five years and it's going very well. Well done to us is from Jeannie Jeannie chambers. Oh, little Genie. Got so much love little Genie. Remember that from Elton John. Now I'm getting to, I'm going to be 50 next year. So a lot of things I talk about are rooted, rooted in the past. So what's Jeannie doing? Yes, she pays all her bills. I have a steady if not consistent stream of customers. I can't complain. I bet you do. I bet you sit there having a little moan down here. You know, I bet you, bet you do. Anyway. However, of course I want more and more and more greedy Jeannie. Okay, and work less and less and less double greedy Jeannie. Now, is this possible? Or do I need to start hiring staff which worries me? I don't like the idea of losing what money I'm earning paying someone else's salaries. Any suggestions? pS Did I tell you that you are very, very attractive. Although you tell us that yourself with a smiley face. I don't do that do I, it's just you know, I sit on my own a lot. I need adulation. And if you're not getting adulation from people, you build it into your own life. Keep up the great work Jeannie chambers. Answer Two Oh, little Jeannie. Why Okay, um, you have a steady, if not consistent stream of customers, that generally happens that it means you're not making the most of the traffic that you're getting through to your business. There's three stages of traffic control, first of all, you got to grow it, then you've got to keep the traffic, and then you've got to monetize it. And it's pretty much those three ways. Most people will struggle on all of them at certain parts of the business process. And just recently, I've had quite a big problem with actually making people commit to what they said they would do. Okay, so people would come along and go, "Yeah, I want to sign up for you, I want to do this, I want to do that." And then you wouldn't hear from them at all. So now I commit them to 25%. So they pay up 25%. And then whenever they want to come back throughout the year when they're ready for it pay the rest of it, and then we're ready to work with them. So that was something that I resolved where people were saying, "Yeah, I want to do this", I mean, you wouldn't hear from them at all. So you're not going to be spending money on staff, but isn't ultimately going to be bringing back into your business if you get them to do the right things. So one of the things you've got to do is make sure that that steady stream becomes the consistent stream. So if you're paying someone, for example, to do pa and administration, then Yeah, that's probably going to take the money out of your bank account. And yes, it will make your life easier, but won't make more money. If you bring somebody on who is an expert at lead generation, and email marketing and that kind of stuff, Jeannie, then it's going to gain, it's gonna gain you can't hold back from the fact. If you're using somebody to plug the gaps in your business, you're going to bring more incoming. Now if you look at Join Up Dots its a podcast, but it's also a business coaching platform. At the beginning. It wasn't it was just a podcast. So I was podcasting, podcasting, podcasting and not gaining anything from it. Then I got to a point I thought, what actually can I teach people. I can teach people how to do podcasting. And so I started doing that, that was very up and down, until I realized that it's not what you're selling. Its the results that you're giving. So with a podcast, anyone can do it, you just turn on the microphone, you start recording it, and you push it out. That is not what people want. What people want is how to make a living from it, how to do it fast, how to get listeners how to transition those listeners, from listeners into paying clients. That's actually part of the process, which you need to bring into your consulting process. So it's not what you're teaching them, it's the results that they're getting. So if you're not demonstrating both at the front end, you're not going to get enough people coming through because I won't see how it out. It really benefits them. It's got to be what you're output gives them that they can't get anywhere else. So that's one of the things that I would look at Jeannie, I would look at how is your branding of your business? Is it actually emphasising the final results? Or is it just telling them what you do, if it's all about you, it's not going to work, if it's about them, and how their life is going to change. For example, everything I do for Join Up Dots now is about finding ways of making making money online stress free. So that you guys can have a stress free life. So it used to be about I will teach you best and then whatever. And it didn't really appeal to people because they don't really care about SEO, they don't really care about, you know, website design. They don't care about branding. But they do care about sitting on the sofa Monday morning when everybody else is going to work because incomes just flooding into their life, stress free. So everything that I've done, has pivoted to be able to say yes, that is what I offer. That is what I can provide to the world. And that is why my business is growing once again, exponentially. I'm teaching people to get the results that they want in their life as easily as possible. So don't be worried about paying someone else's salaries. But think about it. Are you paying those salaries to plug the gaps in your business? Where those leakage is? If you're struggling in certain areas, find the expert that can solve that. Ask them to prove it. If you go over to Upwork or LinkedIn, they're all going to say they can do it. Ask to speak to people that they work with. If they don't do that, then they're not worth working with. Make sure that they've got a track record. And then Believe me, Jeannie, you will get the value back into your business. It's the easy way of doing it. Okay, and be last question. Question Three Last question is from Jack Wilshere. Not that Jack Wilshere from the ex arsenal? And now West Ham player who only plays four minutes a day. It probably is. It probably is Jack Wilshere because he's not doing anything. Now, quick question for you. If you could list five things that will stop success. What do you think they are? This is for homework I'm doing for high school. Thank you. If you answer Jack Wilshere, up in Iowa. Answer Three Okay, so you're probably not the West Ham United Jack Wilshere. Okay, five things that will stop success. Right. Okay, off the top of my head. Lack of persistence. So you you give up when it gets hard. When it gets hard, you've got to think your way around it. Okay. So that's the lack of persistence. Secondly, I would say be clever where you're thinking, as I say, think around the problem. Don't just bulldoze your way through it. Because you know, there is an easy route past all obstacles, you've just got to sit back and think things through. That leads to the next one, which I would say is leave your business behind. walk away from it, give yourself weeks off, you will be so much better off because the ideas will come to you. The easy ways you'll be able to see the wood for the trees. So that's three: persistence, thinking around a problem, walking away from it, turning turning up, yeah, if you say you're going to do something, do it. It's like the other night, I had about 45 people lined up for a webinar, I was doing where I teach you basically what internet strategies are and how you can take your business. And you can quite simply get rid of all the effort and all the marketing and all the stuff that you haven't got control of. Bring it to an area that you have got control of you've got the data, which means that you can find the right customers, you know that they're going to pay you and you can just sort of work accordingly. Now I had a Yeah, about 43 to 45 people booked, the same sequence went out, telling them there's two days to it, there's one day to it, is half hour to it, you know, one person turned up. Lovely guy from Berlin called Rob. And I did it just for him. And the two of us just walked through the process, step by step by step. And that used to wind me up when I used to think " Why do you book and then not turn up? But now I know that those kind of people that do that, they're not going to get what they want anyway, because they don't turn up for something, if you say you're going to do it, you do it. And if you're flaky, and at the last minute you fancy something else in a business, you're going to find that in those kind of situation, a period of time when you've got something better you want to do. But you can't do that you've got to do what needs to be done. So turn up. And the last one is dream bigger than you could possibly think. Okay, when you start you dream, just what you think is possible. Now, I was talking to a guy yesterday and I said to him, what you need to do is aim for 10 grand. 10 grand is what each client will pay me. 10 grand!!! I said yeah, easily what you know, your backstory, your history, your knowledge, you can do 10 grand each time, and you will sell that. And literally you could see in his eyes, he couldn't perceive it, he was so trapped in what he was used to, he couldn't see that 10 grand was just the starting point. So get images around you get it all set up. But dream bigger, you can possibly think if you're aiming, you know, join up dots at the moment. I get 160,000 people, I'm listening to it, which in podcasting land is very, very good. I'm aiming for a million. Now, I don't know if I'm ever going to get a million a month. But I know it's possible because I know other people do it. Or at least they say they do it. So that's what I'm aiming for. I'm aiming for bigger than I possibly know how to do at the moment, and just keep on working towards it. So that's your answer, Jack, hopefully that's going to be useful for your successful your high school. And I think that works for everybody. So what did I say? Persistence? Think around the problem. Walk away from your business, give yourself a chance to refresh, turn up, make sure that you're committed to something. And what was the last one the last one was dream bigger dream bigger than you could possibly hope for? Okay, so that was the Friday show, the Friday show, the Friday show. That's the Friday show. So thank you so much for Jack Wilshere, the ex West Ham and Arsenal player. I think that you made Jeannie Jeannie and Mateo, the hygienist and thank you for all of you who've dropped those questions through the emails. And every single one of you think about it today. Think about it. If you want to start a business, or your better doing the business or providing business for other people is a good one that and so you could sit on a laptop anywhere you could be in Bora Bora on an island, driving traffic to your business but be new field off to somebody else. It's a great business model where you get the profits but you don't get any of the issues. And once you get to that point where it's running on its own, you've been hire a PA to manage it for you. And it's 100% passive income is a real good way of building a business. Until next time, thank you so much for being here to every single one. If you see some long arms come through your window that's not me. That's That's Mr. Tickle. And until next time, we'll see you again Look after yourselves. Thank you so much anybody need my help drop me a line at join up Datsun gmail.com. Look out for the next webinar where I'll be teaching you once again how to take a business away from the lack of control into a stress free pleasure that builds income into your life. And anything else we've got going on and join up dogs come over to the website and I will see you again soon. Look up yourselves and see ya. Bye bye David doesn't want you to become a faded version of the brilliant self you are wants to become. 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It's Thursday so it must be time for another preview show from The Football Ramble! What ho!This time around, we're casting our eyes across buoyant Brighton's trip to Anfield - can Chris Hughton's United-slayers cause another upset? After that we anticipate Jack Wilshere's return to Arsenal in his capacity as 50% of West Ham's engine room, followed by Newcastle United hosting Chelsea and loads more.There's also a dramatic Going for Glold and of course a Best Bet to look forward to, so strap yourselves in and get ready to head to Ramble Town. Let's go!This show is sponsored by bet365.***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!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's show I chat with James from Gunnerblog about the arrival of new goalkeeper Bernd Leno, the departure of Jack Wilshere, our transfer business in general, and the changes at coaching level – including the retention of Steve Bould as one of Unai Emery's assistants. Then it's World Cup and specifically Iceland's involvement with @Antonstotle. He talks about what it means to see them there, how such a small nation has made such great leaps, and we touch on the campaign so far, especially after their amazing draw with Argentina in the opening game. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's show I chat to ESPN's Arsenal correspondent Mattias Karen about Arsenal's 2-2 draw against CSKA Moscow which helped ensure qualification for the semi-finals of the Europa League. We chat about the Gunners making life difficult for themselves, but also an ability to respond to those situations. As Mohamed Elneny shines, Jack Wilshere struggles; Danny Welbeck has found some form, and we discuss the balancing act Arsene Wenger has now that Europe has become this season's number one priority. There's a bit of the usual waffle too. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's another goodly morning as we discuss the 3-2 win over Southampton yesterday, the contributions of both Danny Welbeck and Alex Iwobi who had very positive days, the 'defending' of Shkodran Mustafi after another terrible error, Jack Wilshere's cameo, and the red card for Mohamed Elneny. We then answer listener questions about Welbeck's future at the club, the most frustrating Arsenal sendings off of all time – which takes us down a nostalgic road for a bit, our turnaround in form, which TV character we'd like to see take over from Arsene Wenger and lots more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's show I chat to Rory Smith of the New York Times about Jack Wilshere, his England situation, and how his contract impasse at Arsenal could end up costing the club in the long run. We also discuss the Europa League, whether Arsene Wenger's future is dependent on it, the power shift going on behind the scenes with Ivan Gazidis, Sven Mislintat and Raul Sanllehi, and more. There's some of the usual waffle, a bit of Holy God FM, and some deep thoughts about the moon. Sort of. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's the Interlull so we muddle through with a podcast touching on some of the international action, Arsene Wenger and his future tied to how far we go in the Europa League, Thomas Tuchel, Jack Wilshere's situation as injury strikes again, and then questions about the World Cup, the development of young players with the loan system and the current football culture, playing two strikers, Cesc Fabregas and more, as well as exciting news about the Gunnerblog v Arseblog FIFA 18 showdown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There wasn't a lot going on this week because of the Interlull, leaving us short of Arsenal stuff to talk about, so last night I did a phone-in show, taking calls and chatting to listeners about various things, including the Jack Wilshere situation, Arsene Wenger and his future, the ownership – including a story about Alisher Usmanov's gates, getting a new goalkeeper for next season, our Europa League chances, and lots more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.