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Our chief Newcastle United Lee Ryder joins Andrew Musgrove to discuss the latest with Newcastle United's January transfer window. The pair talk: Bruno Guimaraes and United's move for the midfielder The latest with Diego Carlos and NUFC's search for a defenderAnd what's happening with Jesse Lingard? Plus much more!If you want to sign up for Lee's exclusive newsletter here's the link https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/newsletter-preference-centre/
Roy Hodgson is the new Watford manager. Does he have what it takes to keep the Hornets in the Premier League? (Part 2, 16:16) Continuing on the theme of managers, Brentford's Thomas Frank has signed a new deal whilst Everton are still trying to find Rafa's replacement. (Part 3, 25:47) The latest transfer news as once again Jesse Lingard is on the agenda. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're coming to the end of the transfer window, Rank Squad; and so we're taking a look at the biggest names and clubs who still have plenty of work to do. We start at Spurs, who are looking to shift on three players and bring a couple in, before heading to Manchester United. Martial might have gone, but Van de Beek and Henderson are still looking for new homes, whilst Jesse Lingard is a man in demand. Newcastle are on the hunt for anybody who could help them survive, and we discuss their approaches, whilst Dusan Vlahovic's probable move to Juventus might free up a whole domino chain of late switches across Europe - perhaps most interestingly, for Arsenal, who also wanted him earlier in the window. We also discuss three players who need a move desperately - a Moroccan wideman in Seville, a former Barcelona starboy struggling for minutes under Mourinho, and Inter's backup CDM who could almost certainly start for 15+ teams in Serie A. Things We Love focuses on Roy Hodgson's return to management at Watford (and a homecoming for his assistant Ray Lewington), Dortmund & Leipzig both on the charge in the Bundesliga, and Comoros' performance in the AFCON Round of 16 which won hearts all over the world, if not a place in the quarter-finals. It's Ranks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Musa and Ryan do their best to round up as much of the week's footballing chaos as possible (07:56), including Spurs' dramatic late win, drama and upset in the German Cup, trouble for Atléti, and much more. Then, they discuss which high profile players could do with a move within this window in order to lock down regular playing time and where they should go. Based on listener submissions, they discuss and find destinations for Timo Werner (26:49), Eden Hazard (36:05), Anthony Martial (39:34), Jesse Lingard (45:10), and Gareth Bale (47:14). Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pete and Dharms are joined by Guardian football journalist and author of the book Made in Africa, Ed Aarons, to discuss all the latest goings on in the window. Newcastle are attempting to secure a number of deals before the close of the window, with Diego Carlos and Jesse Lingard among the main targets (03:20). The panel chat about that before discussing the ongoing managerial search at Everton and whether Duncan Ferguson should be given the job until the end of the season (21:05). Ed has his say on the futures of Liverpool attacking duo Mo Salah and Sadio Mane before highlighting some of the stars from the Africa Cup of Nations that Premier League clubs should be looking at (35:30). Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is edging closer to an exit from Arsenal – Dharmesh discusses what that could mean for the Gunners before Pete delivers his final thought (50:10).Remember you can vote for Transfer Talk in the Sports Podcast Awards by following this link: https://bit.ly/3reQThF
West Ham United have just had the best 12 months in living memory. European qualification, their highest Premier League finish since the 90s, and some giant scalps along the way. Some stars have cemented themselves as cult heroes and in Declan Rice, Hammers fans have an icon they'll remember forever. Will Pugh and James Jones are here for the last time in 2021 to look back on an unforgettable year of football for their beloved Hammers. From the near-perfect start in January and Jesse Lingard's arrival to sealing that sixth place spot. The historic Euros and England's run to the final with Rice at the heart of it making Hammers everywhere oh-so-proud. And when you thought it couldn't get any better, David Moyes' men kicked off the 2021-22 campaign in scintillating fashion – roaring to third in the Premier League and winning their Europa League group with a game to spare. Granted the year has finished with the worst run of form the team has been through in 2021, but bigger picture, it's been a whirlwind dream that Irons fans can all be proud of. The lads recorded this show on Christmas Eve after the Tottenham defeat in the League Cup so don't know what happened in the Southampton match. They run through the year month-by-month, game-by-game before handing out their end of year awards. It's been a blast this year and they'll be back at it in January. Thank you so much for all your support in 2021, it's been phenomenal and we are both really grateful. We both hope you have a fantastic new year and look forward to the show getting back on the road in 2022. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. We normally tell us where you can buy us a beer, but this Christmas, please donate to Isla HERE. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. This episode is sponsored by FootballPrizes.co.uk. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. And we've also partnered with Manscaped to offer our valued listeners 20% OFF + Free Shipping with promo code WEAREWESTHAM at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM
Rich Fay is joined by Samuel Luckhurst and Tyrone Marshall ahead of Manchester United's visit to Watford as the Premier League returns after the international break. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future is analysed with the United boss having survived the two-week break despite intense speculation. Jesse Lingard's Manchester United career is also debated with the academy graduate seemingly heading for the exit door having struggled to force his way back into Solskjaer's thinking. Enjoy.
Tom Statham and Tony Whelan have a combined 60 plus years coaching and leading the young players in Manchester United's Academy. Tony started out there as a schoolboy, eventually signing professional terms and playing for Man United, Manchester City, and in the US in the old NASL. He has been at United since 1990 in a coaching capacity, Head of Academy Coaching, and currently in an advisory role. With experience working under managers from Sir Matt Busby to Sir Alex Ferguson, Tony is deeply rooted in the history and culture of United, and has guided hundreds of players from the youth ranks to the pros. Tom Statham is a long time friend of the podcast, and has been with Manchester United for nearly 30 years, currently working with the U9-U11s. Current Manchester United players such as Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard, Mason Greenwood and Scott McTominay all started as young players with Tom and other coaches at the Cliff, United's legendary training ground. In our conversation today, we dive deeply into the history of the club, and the vital importance of youth coaches in protracting the childhood of our young athletes. We discuss being a life coach first, and a sport coach second. And we talk about the massive impact we can have on the lives of our young athletes on and off the field. This is a very special conversation for me, and reaffirms my belief that our influence is never neutral. Today's Podcast is brought to you by the 2021 Way of Champions Conference. The conference videos have been made into an online course and are now available here: Click Here to Learn More. This includes sessions with Steve Kerr, Brad Stevens, Cindy Timchal, Jenny Levy, George Mumford, Tara VanDerveer, and Quin Snyder along with Anson Dorrance. It is hours of top level coach education on connecting with your athletes, building your culture, and winning the “Inner Game.” This week's podcast is also brought to you by our friends at Sports Refund. Many of you probably buy trip insurance, every winter I buy ski pass insurance, to make sure that if I get injured I can get my money back on that expensive investment. Well, many of us spend thousands of dollars on our kids sports club fees, but what if they get hurt? In many cases you cannot get your money back, but now with Sports Refund you can. And it's not just for long term broken bones or torn ligaments. It is only a 14 day waiting period, so you even get a refund if you roll that ankle or pull a hammy! For just pennies on the dollar, you can make sure that if your child gets sick or injured and misses a month or more you can get your money back, or your club can get paid. It's a great product, just go to www.sportsrefund.com/game and get your free quote, and if it sounds good you can either get your club to sign up, or you can purchase on your own. Become a Podcast Champion! This weeks podcast is also sponsored by our Patreon Podcast Champions. Help Support the Podcast and get FREE access to our most popular online courses, a $300 value. If you love the podcast, we would love for you to become a Podcast Champion, (https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions) for as little as a cup of coffee per month (OK, its a Venti Mocha), to help us up the ante and provide even better interviews, better sound, and an overall enhanced experience. Plus, as a $10 per month Podcast Super-Champion, you will have access to never before released and bonus material, including: Downloadable transcripts of our best podcasts, so you don't have to crash your car trying to take notes! A code to get free access to our online course called “Coaching Mastery,” usually a $97 course, plus four other courses worth over $100, all yours for free for becoming a patron. Other special bonus opportunities that come up time to time Access to an online community of coaches like you who are dedicated listeners of the podcast, and will be able to answer your questions and share their coaching experiences. Thank you for all your support these past four years, and a special big thank you to all of you who become part of our inner circle, our patrons, who will enable us to take our podcast to the next level. https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions
Jim Salveson, Marley Anderson and Joel Tudor discuss recent links between Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers and Manchester United, something the ex-Liverpool coach has labelled "disrespectful". Also, contract talks between United and Jesse Lingard have broken down and we answer your questions on who we think will finish in the top 7 Premier League places this season.
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
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait are joined by guest Cain Smith to talk Jesse Lingard, United's weakness in defensive transitions and Paul Pogba's role in the team as the team take an opportunity to talk some fresh topics during the international break.Harry and Jack also discuss the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle United, Ethan Laird, what we want to see before the next international break (in November) and plenty more.Here's where to find each section; feel free to skip ahead to the bits you most want to listen to.TIMESTAMPS00:00 Introduction + UEFA Nations League01:20 Ronaldo, with Cain Smith02:15 Jesse Lingard, with Cain Smith, and how his inclusion in the team vs Donny van de Beek speaks volumes11:30 Defensive transitions - why is it a weakness and what is the solution?20:20 Can Pogba play in a two-man midfield? (Question from Patron, Dave Shevlin)26:30 Ethan Laird - can he come back next season and replace Diogo Dalot? (Another question from Dave)30:10 The Newcastle takeover (question from Arman Duggal)42:00 United Women42:50 What do we want from United over the next four weeks?47:10 FPL update49:10 OutroIf you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, it makes a massive difference. Cheers! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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
We recap the Premier League action and we mean ALL OF IT! Lots to discuss this week including Tuchel's Chelsea coast past Spurs like they weren't even there (in the second half at last). Pep's City stalling after calling for more fans to watch their team. United and West Ham play out a roller coaster match that of course ended with a Jesse Lingard narrative goal. Arsenal win, that's all. Liverpool cruise with their B team, should we be scared? Should Pochettino be scared of Messi after subbing him off even though it lead to PSG winning? Should Allegri fear the sack at Juventus? Oh brother, this is an action packed episode (aren't they all), so as always dig in! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nadějnými českými brankáři se to na britských ostrovech v současnosti jenom hemží, všímá si podcast Angličan. Kteří čeští legionáři aktuálně hájí prostor mezi třemi tyčemi v Anglii a proč je tam česká brankářská škola na ostrovech úspěšná?Ačkoli se Jiří Hošek, autor Angličana, právě profesně vzdělává za Atlantikem, vysílání podcastu pokračuje a ani jeho nejnovější epizoda se neobešla bez pravidelné rubriky Bramborový salát o českých zástupcích v Premier League. V ní se tentokrát posádka ve studiu zaměřila na konfrontaci Manchesteru United s londýnskými Hammers, v jejichž základní sestavě již tradičně nechyběli ani Tomáš Souček a Vladimír Coufal. Ti se na hřišti statečně postavili i hvězdnému Cristianu Ronaldovi.Vyrovnané utkání spělo do remízového konce, jenže proti dělbě bodů byl střídající Jesse Lingard, ofenzivní záložník hájící barvy Manchesteru United, který svou technickou trefou poslal hosty v samotném závěru do vedení 2:1. Kladiváři zápas nevzdali a po nastřelené ruce Lukea Shawa, levého obránce hostí, nařídil zkušený sudí Martin Atkinson pokutový kop pro West Ham. Na trávník vzápětí vyběhl střídající hráč se záměrem vyrovnat: Mark Noble, 34letý matador ve službách Hammers. A jak to dopadlo? Brankář De Gea vyčaroval učebnicovou robinzonádu a rozradostnil protilehlý sektor fanoušků hostí.„Takový krok se může trenérovi vždycky vymstít. Vystřídat fotbalistu, byť sebezkušenějšího, na rozhodující pokutový kop, to je pokaždé hra na vysoké riziko. Zase na druhou stranu, kdyby to Noble proměnil, bude to považováno za husarský kousek. Mark Noble je skutečnou legendou klubu a kouč domácích David Moyes jednoduše uvěřil, že unese to těžké břímě a penaltu s přehledem promění. De Gea se po jeho nejistém kopu vrhnul výtečně a to hlavně s přihlédnutím k faktu, že penalty obecně moc chytat neumí,“ říká v podcastu Jakub Podaný, donedávna prvoligový fotbalista, který prošel týmy Sparty, Teplic, Dukly, Bohemians nebo Jablonce.Angličan se tentokrát zaměřil i na početné zastoupení českých brankářů v rámci anglické profesionální scény. „Ono se to nezdá, ale v anglických klubech jich působí poměrně dost. Česká brankářská škola má na britských ostrovech jistou tradici. Namátkou bychom mohli zmínit Luďka Mikloška, Jana Stejskala nebo Pavla Srnička, později se objevil třeba Jan Laštůvka. A samozřejmě především Petr Čech,“ vykopává téma Jaromír Bosák, který v aktuálním vydání Angličana zaskakuje za Jiřího Hoška v moderátorském křesle.Takový Matěj Kovář, pro mnohé Čechy stále relativně neznámé jméno, se v týdnu dokázal probojovat na lavičku Rudých ďáblů pro zápas v prestižní Lize mistrů. Přihlížel tak úvodní brance spoluhráče Cristiana Ronalda a senzačnímu obratu domácích Young Boys Bern. V mládeži Manchesteru United aktuálně působí i další dva čeští brankáři, Ondřej Mastný a Radek Vítek. Pod záštitou konkurenčního Liverpoolu zase nakukuje do dospělého fotbalu i Vítězslav Jaroš, který aktuálně úspěšně hostuje v první irské lize.Luděk Mádl, fotbalový expert Seznam Zpráv, v této souvislosti vyzdvihuje jméno Luďka Mikloška: „Díky jeho aktivitě v rámci Sport Investu, sportovní agentury zastupující české sportovce, je jistě celý proces transferů o něco hladší, nicméně tím bych nechtěl podrývat nesporné kvality zmiňovaných brankářů. Klíčové je, aby využili svých příležitostí, kterých v těch největších klubech rozhodně nebude mnoho.“„Zkušenosti získané na trénincích třeba s Cristianem Ronaldem jsou jistě k nezaplacení, ale prorazit do A-týmu Manchesteru United přes neuvěřitelnou konkurenci je tak obtížné, že se to zpravidla jen tak někomu nepodaří. Nicméně vidíme například na Jindrovi Staňkovi, plzeňské brankářské jedničce, který se nakonec neprokousal do áčka Evertonu, že mu i to jeho někdejší působení v ostrovním fotbale do kariéry mnohé dalo. Z hlediska vývoje je působení v anglickém velkoklubu výtečná zkušenost, jen jde o to, aby potom pravidelně chytal,“ dodává postřeh z praxe Podaný.„Pak tu máme brankáře řekněme ze střední generace, jakými jsou Marek Štěch, Václav Hladký nebo Tomáš Holý, kterým se v Anglii dlouhodobě daří, byť se nejedná o nejsledovanější soutěž Premier League. Poslední dva zmínění jsou v současnosti jedničkou a dvojkou v třetiligovém Ipswichi - a z této adresy by je zpět do české Fortuna ligy v následujících letech nejspíš nikdo nedostal. Ať už jde o sportovní zázemí, fotbalovou kvalitu nebo finanční podmínky, anglický profesionální fotbal (rozumějme od 4. ligy výš) splňuje ta nejpřísnější kritéria. Karel Tvaroh, který to prostředí v Anglii sám zažil, by jistě potvrdil, že svých hráčů si tam fanoušci váží o poznání více, než u nás v Česku,“ konstatuje Bosák.Angličan rozebírá také finanční kolaps druholigového Derby County, které v současnosti trénuje Wayne Rooney, analyzuje rozličné výkony anglických velkoklubů na půdě pohárové Evropy a všímá si ohromné vítězné síly znovu rozjetého Liverpoolu. A jak si vedli Vladimír Coufal s Tomášem Součkem v dresu Hammers proti Cristianu Ronaldovi? To se dozvíte v nové epizodě Angličana! ------ Angličan je fotbalový podcast Jiřího Hoška (@hosekj) a jeho přátel věnovaný čistě Premier League. Vychází každé úterý v poledne. Další podcasty, ale taky články, komentáře a videa najdete na zpravodajském serveru Seznam Zprávy. Poslouchejte nás na webu nebo ve vaší oblíbené podcastové aplikaci. Vaše názory, návrhy, otázky, stížnosti nebo pochvaly můžete posílat na firstname.lastname@example.org nebo na @PodcastAnglican. 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Mark Chapman is joined by The Athletic's Adam Crafton & Roshane to discuss the future of West Ham midfielder Declan Rice and explain why United forward Jesse Lingard may play a key role for Manchester United this season. Our Tottenham writer Charlie Eccleshare, saw Chelsea breeze past Spurs on Sunday & he'll be with us to tell us about the rivalry at boardroom level that has developed between the two clubs. And The Athletic's Manchester City writer Sam Lee will share his take on the Pep Guardiola comments about his club's fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In one of the most dramatic and heartbreaking ends to a football match in living memory, David Moyes' decision to sub on Mark Noble to take a last minute penalty against Man Utd backfired in dramatic fashion on Sunday. The Hammers legend hadn't warmed up and was thrust into the action at London Stadium to try and make it 2-2 after ex-West Ham man Jesse Lingard had oh-so predictably broke Hammers hearts - coming off the bench to complete the Red Devils' comeback after Said Benrahma and Cristiano Ronaldo had scored in the first-half. Will Pugh, James Jones and Reece Bayliss discuss the rollercoaster ride and also cover the Irons' historic win at Dinamo Zagreb in their first ever Europa League group game on Thursday. The lads also make their Betway charity bets with some money landing after the Man Utd defeat. Moyes' men have the opportunity for immediate revenge as they travel to Old Trafford in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday. SunSport's Kieran Benn dials in to look ahead to the Hammers' visit to Leeds on Saturday before some final thoughts from the boys who then say goodbye for another week. Hello to all our new listeners, we've had a couple of record breaking weeks on the listener front so welcome. And thanks as always to our long-term loyal listeners. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_, @ByJamesJones, and @ReeceWHU83. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham's YouTube channel HERE. And you can support the podcast or buy the lads a beer HERE at buymeacoffee/com/wearewestham. This podcast is sponsored by Football Prizes. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code WEAREWESTHAM at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM
Should we be surprised that Chelsea are playing with such swagger? Given their status as reigning European champions, probably not. All the same, the Blues' impressive early season form, which continued at the weekend with an easy 3-0 win over London rivals Spurs, suggests they are the team to beat as the title race kicks up a gear.For Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo, there's much work to do. A win in next weekend's north London derby would be timely although it's the Gunners, courtesy of two scrappy wins in a row, that come into the game as the form side. If the stats are anything to go by, it'll end goalless at the Emirates. Perhaps it's just as well. With referees booking players for taking their shirts off and Jesse Lingard too polite to celebrate against West Ham, football is full of killjoys at the moment. What's up with that? We discuss. We also mull over Lionel Messi's PSG goal drought - the little man looked less than impressed when he was subbed off against Lyon on Sunday - and discuss bad rabonas after Raul Jimenez's laughably terrible effort. After the break, we indulge in the most half-arsed Ryder Cup preview you'll ever listen to, chat the introduction of new rules and stats in rugby and get grouchy about the NFL's crackdown on 'taunting.'Enjoy the show!Every week on Left Field, Wogan and Allen dissect the latest in Football and Not Football. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss out, because that would be a real shame, wouldn't it?Subscribe: il.ink/leftfield_podTwitter: twitter.com/leftfield_podInstagram: instagram.com/leftfield_pod/Facebook: facebook.com/leftfieldpod/And your co-hosts...Allen: twitter.com/AAllenSportWogan: twitter.com/CathalWogan
The Athletic's Manchester United reporters Carl Anka and Andy Mitten join Ian Irving to break down yet another away win in the Premier League. Perhaps it was destined to be Jesse Lingard's day. He added the winner after Cristiano Ronaldo's equaliser at the London Stadium, but Solskjaer's team also needed a late penalty save from 'David de Gea. Is it enough to be doing just enough? Carl Anka has written about exactly that this week, but it's a subject that splits the podcast panel. We also react to the rumours surrounding Declan Rice and consider the rematch with West Ham in the Carabao Cup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jesse Lingard kehrt nach London zurück - und versetzt seiner "alten" Liebe den Todesstoß. Außerdem: Wie Thomas Tuchel zum x-ten Mal zum Matchwinner wird und wer der zweitschnellste Jamaikaner auf diesem Planeten (ohne Gewähr) ist, erfahrt ihr alles in dieser Episode. Jetzt u.a. verfügbar auf Spotify, Apple Podcasts und Google Podcasts...
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait react to a week of ups and downs for Manchester United and most pertinently for Jesse Lingard who gifted Young Boys victory in Switzerland on Tuesday but then scored a fantastic winner in London on Sunday. David de Gea was also a late hero with a great last-minute penalty save.There's plenty to talk through, including some interesting conversation on substitutes coaches, new types of warm-ups and plenty more. There's also a preview of Wednesday night's League Cup 3rd round fixture against West Ham.TIMESTAMPS00:00 Introduction00:50 De Gea, the full-time scenes + Ole's cultivation of togetherness08:15 Noble's penalty + why do subs warm up so weirdly?13:30 Jesse Lingard15:28 Substitutions (+ the arrival of substitutions coaches)18:00 The performance in general + Utd's unbeaten run (why are there still questions about it?)26:30 The refereeing controversy31:00 Wrapping up on the win vs West ham32:30 West Ham (H) - Preview40:00 OutroEnjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Tom Roddy.We begin by celebrating the life and career of Jimmy Greaves, who sadly passed away on Sunday aged 81. From 1966 World Cup heartbreak and a struggle with alcohol addiction - Greaves' achievements on the pitch and reinvention as a television star made him a favourite with generations of fans (00:00)Two of Greavsie's former teams played each other on the same day of his passing as Spurs hosted Chelsea. After a touching tribute to a man who means so much to both clubs - it wasn't much of a contest as Chelsea blew Tottenham away. Were Chelsea as good as the scoreline suggests and what's wrong at Spurs after another 3-0 loss? (10:32)Jonathan Northcroft joins us following his conversations with Derby County manager, Wayne Rooney for The Times. As the club stares down a points deduction or potential worse - where's it all gone wrong at Pride Park? (27:04)The final five minutes of West Ham vs Manchester United was a rollercoaster with Jesse Lingard scoring against the side he took into Europe last season, Ronaldo not being given multiple penalties and Mark Noble's questionable first kick off the game losing his side at least a point - we break down what happened at the London Stadium (44:44)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.
When West Ham supporters serenaded Jesse Lingard as "one of our own" on Sunday they probably didn't anticipate the player, who has been at United since the age of seven, would return the gesture with the winning goal. Lingard did his best to keep a lid on celebrations. Scott McTominay and Bruno Fernandes were having none of it.Ed & Paul discuss a dramatic afternoon in East London, but first the hugely disappointing performance and result at Young Boys in Berne on the opening matchday of this season's Champions League. For all the progress under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer , the Norwegian still has much to learn.Finally, an interview Ed conducted with Smarterscout founder Dan Altman earlier this summer on evolution in the football analytics market.No Question About That is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon Music and all good podcast apps. We really appreciate your support. Please hit that subscribe button, leave a rating and write us a review! Talk to us on Twitter and Instagram. No Question About That is produced by the award-winning Tom Jenkins. If you are interested in supporting the show and accessing extra content and rewards, check out our Patreon page.
Manchester United writers Rich Fay and Samuel Luckhurst return to the discuss United's win over West Ham at the London Stadium and all of the talking points.
BALL DON'T LIE!!! In this week's episode of the UNited Pulse Podcast Eames and Snacks breakdown the recent victory over West Ham United 2-1 courtesy of a Jesse Lingard screamer in the dying moments of the match. The lads break down the VAR controversy and discuss how VAR has changed for the worse and if Snacks is making it a bigger deal then it needs to be. The fellas transition to discuss another Cristiano Ronaldo goal, his fourth in three matches as he netted another well executed tap in and how the lack of a proper goal scorer has been exactly what Manchester United have been missing. The fellas transition to discuss the back line and how it may not be a personnel issue but more a scheme/tactics issue with the backline as to why Manchester United cannot keep clean sheets. The lads close off by discussing the Jesse Lingard redemption goal as he netted the winner after such a calamitous mistake midweek, as well as predictions for our next two matches, West ham United in the Carabao Cup and Aston Villa in the Premier League. Social Media: Snacks; Twitter: @snackmight Eames' Twitter: @TheFauxBrit Colin's Twitter: @elchicouno Music Credit: DJ Haunted House (SoundCloud)
Janette Kwakye is alongside former Spurs defender, Stephen Kelly, and Premier League reporter, Vaishali Bhardwaj, to go through an action packed Premier League Sunday. Chelsea showed their class as they beat Tottenham 3-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. The panel ask if Chelsea can win the title and if Spurs should even be considered in the top 4 conversation. It was an end to end game in the early kick off where Manchester United beat West Ham 2-1 at the London Stadium and there was late drama as David Moyes brought on captain, Mark Noble, to take a penalty even though he hadn't played a minute of football! Plus, Brighton's emphatic start to the season continues and Leicester drop more points. TOPICS 1'30 – Jimmy Greaves tribute 5.48 - Chelsea v Spurs 7.13 - Chelsea title contenders 14.01 - Harry Kane's goal drought 19.29 - West Ham v Man Utd drama 23.42 - David Moyes on choosing Mark Noble to take the penalty 29.05 - Jesse Lingard's resurgence 36.00 - Brighton's excellent start to the season 38.08 - Are Leicester struggling?
On today's 100% United Postgame Pod we give our instant reaction to Manchester United's 2-1 win at West Ham in the Premier League. West Ham led before Cristiano Ronaldo struck again to tie things up in East London. A late beauty from Jesse Lingard seemed to have won it for United, before David de Gea stole the headlines with an injury time penalty save to take all 3 points back to Old Trafford. We discuss it all, as United went joint top of the Premier League. Become a 100% United Pod Member - patreon.com/united100 Get a 10% Discount at vintageunitedshirts.com using Promo Code - UNITED100
On today's double Pod we first look back on Cristiano Ronaldo's glorious return to Old Trafford, as Manchester United dispatched Newcastle 4-1 in the Premier League. Ronaldo was undoubtedly the star attraction but Bruno Fernandes netted a scorcher and Jesse Lingard bagged late too with Paul Pogba pulling the strings on a great day to be a Red. In the second part of the Pod we dissect United's tepid showing in the Champions League away to Young Boys. An Aaron Wan-Bissaka red card ruined a promising start - with Ronaldo netting early - and United ended up throwing the match away in time added on. Become a 100% United Member - patreon.com/united100 Use Promo Code UNITED100 for 10% off at vintageunitedshirts.com
Manchester United lost in dramatic fashion in the Champions League last night. A Jesse Lingard error and an Aaron Wan-Bissaka dismissal were key factors as Young Boys secured a memorable win. (Part 2, 16:49) A repeat of the amazing 2005 UCL final takes place tonight as Milan visit Liverpool. (Part 3, 38:04) Pascal Struijk's red card for Leeds has been upheld. Was it the right call?
The squad connects after international break to talk Premier League debuts......ish....for Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku, Jesse Lingard, and Odsonne Édouard, key moments from the weekend that made us turn from the tele, European competitions starting back up including a potential dream UEFA Conference League final between Jose Mourinho and Tottenham, Prediction League, listener questions and more. Thanks for listening this season and if you rate us 5 stars and roast us in the comments, we'll be sure to read it on-air. Website: https://acrossthepond.co Twitter: https://twitter.com/acrossthepond IG: https://instagram.com/atpradio Twitch: https://twitch.tv/atpradio
The Champos is back with a clang, as Jesse Lingard gifted those Young Boys a victory minutes from time. It was actually reminiscent of a game from last season Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he never wanted to happen again. Damn it all. Marcus, Jim and Andy also look over a solid victory for Chelsea and an absolute cakewalk for Bayern Munich over in Barcelona. Demba Ba also announces his retirement and we finally come up with a name for our new Agony Aunt section - ropey jingle included.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.
We're back after the international break! And how we missed you. We do a quick recap of the madness that ensued at the Argentina vs Brazil WC Qualifier, with 4 Argentine players being detained for not disclosing their presence in England in the previous 14 days. In the Premier League, Ronaldo scored a brace on his homecoming, Jesse Lingard got on the act as well, and We have 3 teams tied at the top of the table. It's going to be an exciting season! Plus, Randi Rona returns for another edition this week. Will there be a change in the leaderboard? Will Mukesh have a good run out? Listen to the episode to find out! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @cornerflagpod Visit us on www.thecornerflag.in and donate if you can! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts, and don't forget to give us a 5 star review!
Graham is back! Smiley face. But Joe is absent. Sad face. Nevertheless, there's a whole lot of weekend to review, and we get right to it... by discussing the VMAs. But then it's on to... 1) Manchester United's win over Newcastle with Ronaldo returning, starting, and scoring a brace. And also, Jesse Lingard is still alive! 2) Bayern Munich demonstrates that if you take a club's manager, best defender and most important attacking facilitator, it's much harder for them to cause you problems. Just ask Leipzig. 3) Napoli continues the strong start with a 2-1 over Juventus, whose individual mistakes have us wondering what Allegri needs to fix first and fastest. 4) Atletico were different, and then familiar... and then they ended up getting two late goals to earn a 2-1 win, thereby proving that the club will never change. As is tradition. Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... The NBA! This episode is sponsored by the NBA and their quest to advance the game of basketball, grow the community, and impact culture. That's the NBA. That's Game! American Giant! Get 15% off your new favorite tees at american-giant.com/TSS! LinkedIn! If you're searching for some qualified candidates, you can post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/TSS! Policy Genius! You could save 50% or more when comparing life insurance quotes at PolicyGenius.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to American Hammers Radio with Tex and Liam from the Fresno Irons as part of the American Hammers Network. As the international break comes to a close after fielding many of our players across more than a half dozen countries around the world, we set our sights on our upcoming match against a Danny Ings-less Southampton. Will there be changes to the starting 11, specifically between the sticks as Fabianski has allowed 5 goals in our last 3 matches, or will our number 1 keep his spot with the only change coming in the form of new center back signing, Kurt Zouma? What is Declan Rice's future with this club as he continues to impress in the Claret & Blue as well as the Three Lions? Will we see a return of Jesse Lingard in the January window as he refused a contract extension from Man U? Why are Spurs fans the architects of their own demise? We'll talk about all that and more on this episode of American Hammers Radio. Be sure to subscribe to American Hammers Radio for all of our exclusive content, hit us with a solid rating and give us your feedback on social media: AmericanHammers.net Instagram – americanhammersradio Twitter – AHRWHU Ahtv.threadless.com #AHR #AHTV #AHN #COYI #GSBOUT #WHUFC #WHTID #WHU #WestHamUnited #Hammers #AmericanHammers #AmericanHammersRadio
England face Poland tonight in World Cup qualifying, where Robert Lewandowski is back for the Poles in a game which means more to them than some might think... (Part 2, 16:32) Jesse Lingard was brilliant on loan at West Ham last season but decided to stay with parent club Man Utd this summer. Now he's rejected a new Old Trafford deal?! (Part 3, 27:26) UEFA have announced they are to lift the travel ban for away supporters in European competition.
Ian Irving hosts The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United, joined this week by club correspondents Laurie Whitwell and Carl Anka. Jesse Lingard was the star for England against Andorra, so what does that mean for his place in the pecking order? We take a look at some of the more peripheral players in Ole's squad. The women's team kicked off the new WSL season on Friday night with a two-nil win against Reading. Can they break into the top three this season with Chelsea, Manchester City, and Arsenal all looking as strong as ever. Support Andy Mitten's Charity Ride here: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AndyMitten Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Matt Lawton and Henry Winter.England have recorded back-to-back wins in World Cup qualifiers. The last game saw Jesse Lingard and Trent Alexander-Arnold return - but what does the future hold for both? (00:00)The Times' Chief Football Writer, Henry Winter joins us with his thoughts on the England qualifier and whether Gareth Southgate has been grilled enough after the Euro 2020 final loss (16:18)We get the latest from the Wales camp with Gary Jacob, after Gareth Bale proved a few people wrong with a hat trick against Belarus. Scotland also did well, beating Moldova 1-0 (42:30)We unpack the madness after the game between Brazil and Argentina was abandoned after four players allegedly tricked their way into the country by saying they hadn't been the UK in the past fortnight. This lead to Government officials storming the pitch early in the game (50:18)The new WSL season got underway over the weekend and with increased media coverage this season, The Times' Molly Hudson joins us to discuss how this could be a pivotal year for the women's game in the UK (53:00)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.
Jules, Jim and Pete round up a weekend of international football, with Gareth's gang back picking up another serene Wembley win thanks to Executive Vibes Director, Jesse Lingard.More of the same also occurred across Europe, with Italy *still* unbeaten and Gareth Bale *still* doing the business for Wales. The same can't be said of South America, mind, as four of Argentina's squad were detained mid-game by Brazilian officials! Turns out a fair few people do actually watch them in the Premier League...Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***Please take the time to rate and review us on 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.
Steve Crossman is joined by former England defender Matthew Upson and Ian Dennis to reflect on England's 4-0 win over Andorra in their World Cup qualifier at Wembley. The guys discuss Bukayo Saka's birthday goal, the performances of Jude Bellingham and Jesse Lingard and Patrick Bamford's international debut. John Murray is pitchside at Wembley to bring us reaction from Tyrone Mings and Gareth Southgate. Former Wales striker Sam Vokes drops by to share his thoughts on their last-gasp win over Belarus, as Gareth Bale completed his hat-trick with a stoppage time winner to snatch a vital 3-2 win. We also hear from the Wales manager Rob Page. Ex-Chelsea, Arsenal and England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain joins us to reflect on an exciting opening weekend of the Women's Super League. We discuss Arsenal's controversial 3-2 win over defending champions Chelsea, where Beth Mead appeared to be offside for her winning goal. Emma Hayes shares her frustrations at the lack of VAR in the women's game. And Siobhan also talks about Manchester City's title credentials after they started their season in style with a 4-0 win at Everton. TOPICS 00.57 – England reaction 02.10 – Bukayo Saka's birthday goal 05.20 – England's actions off the pitch 11.48 – John Murray's interview with Tyrone Mings 13.34 – Jude Bellingham discussion 18.19 – Jesse Lingard's reputation and future 21.34 – Harry Kane equalling Michael Owen's England record 23.46 – Patrick Bamford's debut 28.31 – John Murray's interview with Gareth Southgate 33.40 – Sam Vokes reaction to Wales' win and Gareth Bale's hat-trick 35.16 – Rob Page reaction 39.21 – Siobhan Chamberlain reflections on opening weekend of WSL 41.55 – Emma Hayes' thoughts on lack of VAR in women's game
This week, Pete and Dharms are joined by European football expert Tom Williams to discuss the potential blockbuster move that could see Kylian Mbappe join Real Madrid. West Ham could be set for a busy last few days of the window – the panel look at the imminent arrival of Kurt Zouma and whether Jesse Lingard will return to the London Stadium. The guys preview Deadline Day before Pete and Dharms go head-to-head in the weekly transfer quiz. Plus, Pete delivers his final thought.
Tottenham were beaten by Portuguese side Pacos de Ferreira last night in a UEFA Europa Conference League qualifier. (Part 2, 15:21) Aaron from the Talking Kit podcast on the Sport Social Podcast Network joins us to discuss Manchester City's horrendous third kit this season. (Part 2, 29:09) The latest transfer news including James Ward-Prowse, Jesse Lingard and Mo Salah.
Marcus, Pete and Jim saunter through the latest news spouting out from football's fax machine, as Jesse Lingard assesses his options and some Paul Pogba transfer chat arrives right on schedule.Elsewhere Barcelona look to reduce their wage bill by signing even more players, Granit Xhaka continues to linger and Man City search the lower leagues for the Big Man to accompany Little Man Harry Kane.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.
Day 4 of Correspondent Week begins with a focus on Suj's team as Suj & James welcome Chris Stone to discuss all things West Ham United. There's an in-depth debate on West Ham's defensive assets and conclusions are drawn on who's best as an FPL asset between Aaron Cresswell (5.5), Vladimir Coufal (5.0) & Arthur Masuaku (4.5). Will Alphonse Areola dislodge Lukasz Fabianski as the club's number one keeper? Thomas Soucek has risen in price to 6.0, but focus on the Podcast is on two other midfield assets and with Jesse Lingard looking unlikely to return the lads ponder if Said Benrahma will improve on his first season and If Jarrod Bowen offers enough consistency to be an asset. And of course, there's coverage of Michail Antonio, those thighs, speedos and if he should be in our FPL teams... You can follow Chris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fpl_SkyAddict Coming up next on Correspondent Week - Southampton with @CleanWipeoutFPL ____________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
On this evening's Postgame Show we give our instant reaction to Manchester United's 2-4 loss to QPR at Loftus Road. A raucous United away end and Jesse Lingard and Anthony Elanga goals were not enough for the Reds to claim victory. We also give our thoughts on Jadon Sancho finally signing on the dotted line and OIe Gunnar Solskjaer extending his contract to at least 2024. Join our Members Club - patreon.com/united100 Get 10% Discount with Promo Code UNITED100 at vintageunitedshirts.com
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Emma Saunders is joined by John Murray, Stephen Warnock and Ben Haines to break down the 26-man squad picked by Gareth Southgate for the Euros. We hear from the England manager as well Kieran Trippier who is included as one of four right-backs. The panel discuss the inclusion and coverage surrounding Trent Alexander-Arnold and how Southgate will manage the group through the warm-up games with so many players’ fitness in doubt. TOPICS: 01.00 – 26-man Squad 03.04 – Gareth Southgate interview 11.30 – The four right-backs 15.15 – Trent Alexander-Arnold 20.40 - Kieran Trippier interview 28.00 – Jesse Lingard and squad harmony 35.00 – Mason Greenwood and injured players
On this week's podcast, Henry Hill is joined by Dougie Critchley and Sam Obaseki to dissect Gareth Southgate's recent England squad announcement. The trio look at players omitted from the 33-man provisional side, including James Maddison, Patrick Bamford and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, before trying to work out which seven players should be left off the plane (or team bus). The key discussions boil down to which one of Mason Greenwood, Bukayo Saka or Ollie Watkins should Southgate take, whether or not Jesse Lingard should make the final 26, and of course, The Right Back Dilemma. Who should miss out - Trent Alexander-Arnold, Reece James or Kieran Trippier? Sam thinks one thing, Henry thinks another, and Dougie, love of all things European football, is left to mediate - his decision may surprise you. Enjoy!
Rog takes listener questions on WGFOP: The Bald. On today's episode, the highs and lows of European competitions for English clubs, praise for Jesse Lingard, and an exploration of what it means to be "proper football."