We're joined by Nischal Schwager-Patel (@Nischal_SP) accredited journalist to help us look back on the 1-1 draw with Brighton as well as Chelsea's spirited 2-2 draw v Liverpool where Kovacic & Kante were on a different planet. We also discuss the Romelu Lukaku situation, how we've handled it and what comes next. We also answer your questions. Until the next episode KTBFFH
Nick & Jack look back on the 2-0 win at Brentford in the Carabao Cup & the 3-1 win v Aston Villa in the league. We give praise to Tuchel for how he managed the Brentford game, the 3 academy debutants , another strong Kepa performance and Trev leading the defence. We then discuss Romelu Lukaku's return with a bang & Callum Hudson-Odoi shining on the left side of the front 3. Finally we answer listener questions. Until the next episode KTBFFH
In this episode the team are reviewing Chelsea's 3-1 win over Aston Villa on Boxing Day where Jorginho broke the record for Most Penalties Scored In a Premier League Calendar Year and Romelu Lukaku declared that Chelsea were now the hunters in the title race. If you have a question for the team then contact them on Twitter at @AtTheBridgePod (This episode was recorded on 27th December 2021) _______________________________________________ Get In Touch With Us: Twitter - twitter.com/AtTheBridgePod Instagram - Instagram.com/AtTheBridgePod
Steve interviews Jon Wertheim (00:10:18) from Sports Illustrated and 60 Minutes. Mr. Wertheim joins us to discuss Tom Brady being named Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated. Steve and Jon also talk about the brilliant Beatles documentary and the feature Jon did on it for 60 Minutes. Jon and Steve also look ahead to the future of Sports Illustrated and the future of Jon Wertheim. Also, Jim Florentine(00:47:06) joins us to talk about his new comedy special called, Bite the Bullet. Jim talks about putting the special on YouTube, doing comedy in 2021, and what his plans are for the future. Jim also looks back on some of his appearances on The Howard Stern Show and talks about the state of the show today. Jim and Steve also talk Miami Dolphins football and San Francisco Giants baseball. Steve starts the show talking about the Saints shutting out Tom Brady and Jorginho re-finding his touch at the spot. The book club looks back on the many books of 2021. The show ends with one last thing about the 11th season of the podcast. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thank you for listening this year. I will see you in, 2022. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We're back from our big week of live shows to run down the Top 10 Midfielders in the Premier League right this second! A panel of PK Humble, Margs, Jordy, Poet, Loons, Miles and Tego breakdown Kevin De Bruyne, Jordan Henderson, Bruno Fernandes and Jorginho, but what about Mason Mount and Declan Rice?
Episode 111With Abdi only available by phone this week, the team welcome special guest Chelsea fan Tommy from the 'Ifs and Buts podcast'. Our spotlight game is Chelsea's late win over Leeds with a contentious penalty. Tommy gives his thoughts on Chelsea's form of late and the future of Rudiger. Elsewhere Arsenal won comfortably over Southampton and whilst the team give their thoughts, drama and headlines are never too far away from Arsenal and we discuss the situation surrounding club captain Aubameyang. Liverpool beat Villa to spoil Steven Gerrard's return to Anfield as the title race heats up as the games come thick and fast. We also discuss Man Utd's narrow win over strugglers Norwich, Leicester's drubbing of Newcastle and the Conor Gallagher show as Palace beat Everton. All that plus Man of the Week, tune in to see who we all voted for! Be sure to subscribe on your platform of choice and follow on Instagram and Twitter @WTATLOfficial
Reach PLC's Fans' Footballer of the Year award for 2021 is here - and Liverpool's stars need your votes!Mo Stewart is joined by James Martin and Emmet Gates to discuss the contenders for the LFC-specific award (Mohamed Salah, Fabinho, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joel Matip), and then to explain why Salah is the obvious choice for the main award, as he battles the likes of Man City star Phil Foden and Chelsea midfielders Mason Mount and Jorginho.Vote for the Liverpool players here in the award: https://static.trinitymirrordataunit.com/img/fans_footballer/du_fans_footballer_iframe.htmlGet exclusive podcasts and video content direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukListen to our Blood Red podcasts: https://podfollow.com/1109064476/viewJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/Visit the Liverpool ECHO website: https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/all-about/liverpool-fcDownload our Liverpool FC app for free:Apple - https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/lfc-echo/id1255495425Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mirror.liverpoolfcFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LivEchoLFCFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiverpoolEchoLFC/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodred_lfc/Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@bloodred_lfcSubscribe to us on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/bloodredliverpoolfc
Chelsea leave it late against Leeds but take 3 points courtesy of Jorginho's penalty. Gerrard leaves Anfield with pride and reputation intact, losing out 1-0 to Mo Salah's penalty with both City and Utd winning there games against Wolves and Norwich respectively by the same margin. Arsenal bounce back against Southampton but face a flying West Ham side next. Champions League draw reaction also included as Utd face off against Atletico in the tie of the round for the Big 6ix.
In this episode the team are reviewing our game against Leeds United which ended 3-2 after two ice cold penalties from Jorginho, but after another two goals conceded are there questions starting to be asked about our defence or is it simply a bad December? The team also react to our Champions League Draw against Lille, which was then re-drawn and we now face....Lille If you have a question for the team then contact them on Twitter at @AtTheBridgePod (This episode was recorded on 13th December 2021) _______________________________________________ Get In Touch With Us: Twitter - twitter.com/AtTheBridgePod Instagram - Instagram.com/AtTheBridgePod
Join us as we discuss Fantasy Premier League covering Gameweek 16.Big talking points as Grass FC takes on Excel FC in seemingly the only fixture of the weekend, so we had better cover it :) We also talk about penalties and poor officiating and how this will perhaps come in to our thinking over the next few weeks (5.8m Jorginho anyone?). Finally, COVID is here again and it's going to cause havoc. Make sure you keep those transfers as late as you possibly can and have deep bench!We've got a pretty in depth review of most of the games as always (apart from West Ham v Burnley...not sure why zzzzz)Time stampsTBC====================================================================Thanks again to all our new listeners, hopefully we give you some entertainment and we can keep getting you back to the pod in the future. Look out for us as we appear on Twitter Spaces throughout the week, look forward to chatting with you all there soon!The podcast is also available on YouTube where you can find us at Above Average FPL - YouTube====================================================================Hope you enjoy the podcast whether you are a new listener or a returning listener, if you haven't yet subscribed please do so.All our podcasts are on Apple and Spotify, you can find them all at (jatafpl.carrd.co)
Feargal Brennan, Jay Motty and Adam Keyworth on duty to review the weekend's Premier League action on a recording breaking 48 hours for top flight penalties.Cristiano Ronaldo, Raheem Sterling, Mo Salah and Jorginho all kept their nerve from the spot to seal crucial wins in the title race.Arsenal bounced back from defeat to Everton to cruise past Southampton, Leicester City smashed FOUR past struggling Newcastle and Brentford edged out Watford in Friday night action.
Nick is joined by Tom Coley (@tomcoley49) from The Chelsea Social (TheChelsSocial) to look back on the 3-3 draw at Zenit and the last gasp 3-2 win at home to Leeds as well answer your questions. Until the next episode KTBFFH
Andy Goldstein brings you all the best reaction from Gameday, which had 3 games live & exclusive on the talkSPORT network. Hear from Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Villa boss Steven Gerrard on his return to Anfield. Hear from Norwich manager Dean Smith who thought his side deserved more from their 1-0 loss to Manchester United at Carrow Road & Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea who grabbed a late win via a Jorginho penalty against Leeds. Former Villa Striker Gabby Agbonlahor believes Pierre Emerick Aubameyang's situation at Arsenal is getting worse however Arsenal boss Mikael Arteta is handling the situation well. Also a look ahead to Brendan Rodger's struggling Leicester who take on relegation battlers Newcastle. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Álvaro Romeo y Manuel Sánchez analizarán un viernes y un sábado regados de penaltis. Para fortuna de los grandes Salah, Sterling, Jorginho y Cristiano no han fallado desde los 11 metros. También hablaremos del caso Aubameyang, fuera de la convocatoria contra el Southampton por vulnerar el código interno del Arsenal.
Em duelo com três gols de jogadores nascidos no Brasil, Jorginho levou a melhor sobre Raphinha e decidiu a vitória do Chelsea sobre o Leeds, por 3 a 2, neste sábado, pelo Campeonato Inglês. O atacante da seleção brasileira abriu o placar para o Leeds, mas o volante naturalizado italiano marcou duas vezes para ajudar na virada conseguida pelo Chelsea aos 49 minutos do segundo tempo.O resultado foi importante para que os Blues, na terceira posição, não descolassem do primeiro e do segundo colocados, que também ganharam. O líder Manchester City fez 1 a 0 sobre o Wolverhampton, mesmo placar da vitória do vice-líder, o Liverpool, em cima do Aston Villa.Destaque também para os campeonatos na Alemanha, Itália, Espanha e França.
We talk: Messi, Jorginho, and the Ballon D'Or; if there are cracks in Thomas Tuchel's army; Manchester United under their new interim manager; and more!Music is "Fun", produced by Jay Blakez, and performed by Jamal Swiss & Hue. Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BenchNBleachers
Shauyan and Maxwell give their thoughts on the 2021 Ballon d'Or rankings. Make sure to follow us on Instagram @next_gen_pod & Twitter @nextgenpod The 2021 Ballon d'Or 30-1 Ranking: t-29. Luka Modric (Real Madrid & Croatia) t-29. Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea & Spain) t-26. Gerard Moreno (Villarreal & Spain) t-26. Ruben Dias (Manchester City & Portugal) t-26. Nicolo Barella (Inter Milan & Italy) 25. Phil Foden (Manchester City & England) 24. Pedri (FC Barcelona & Spain) 23. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur & England) t-21. Lautaro Martinez (Inter Milan & Argentina) t-21. Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United& Portugal) 20. Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City & Algeria) 19. Mason Mount (Chelsea & England) 18. Simon Kjaer (AC Milan & Denmark) 17. Luis Suarez (Atletico Madrid & Uruguay) 16. Neymar (PSG & Brazil) 15. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City & England) 14. Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus & Italy) 13. Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus & Italy) 12. Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea & Belgium) 11. Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmun & Norway) 10. Gianluigi Donnaruma (PSG & Italy) 9. Kylian Mbappe (PSG & France) 8. Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City & Belgium) 7. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool & Egypt) 6. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United & Portugal) 5. N'Golo Kante (Chelsea & France) 4. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid & France) 3. Jorginho (Chelsea & Italy) 2. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich & Poland) 1. Lionel Messi (PSG & Argentina)
On Episode 116 of The InnerViews Podcast: Tyrrell discusses why the backlash behind Lionel Messi's 7th Ballon d'Or win is ridiculous (9:57). Then, he breaks down whether Cristiano Ronaldo has provided a stagnation period to Manchester United, and why the move to Old Trafford has proved to be disappointing for both player and club (36:19).All of this and much more on this week's episode of The InnerViews Podcast!Don't forget to subscribe and share our podcast with your friends on iTunes, Spotify, Spreaker, iHeartRadio, YouTube and your Android devices!Youtube.com/TheInnerViews
"Lewandowski został skrzywdzony. W ostatnich dwóch latach był najlepszym piłkarzem, najwięcej strzelał. W 2020 r. wygrał mistrzostwo Niemiec, Ligę Mistrzów itd. To było największym błędem, że w 2020 r. nie wiem, dlaczego Francuzi nie przyznali Złotej Piłki. Ja tego w ogóle nie rozumiem. To, że się nie mogła odbyć gala, jeszcze o niczym nie świadczy" - mówił w Popołudniowej rozmowie w RMF FM Zbigniew Boniek, honorowy prezes Polskiego Związku Piłki Nożnej, komentując rozstrzygnięcie plebiscytu na najlepszego piłkarza świata 2021. "Gdyby Robert zdobył tytuł w 2020 r. to pewnie w tym roku jego drugie miejsce mogłoby inaczej wyglądać. Uważam, że na pierwszym miejscu powinien być Jorginho, który był symbolem Chelsea, która zdobyła Champions League i symbolem reprezentacji Włoch, która zdobyła mistrzostwo Europy" - tłumaczył.
.. décidément plus le prix le plus prestigieux d'un point de vue individuel en matière de football avance dans le temps, plus les résultats semblent matière à débats.. mais des débats au vitriol et le plus souvent « destructeurs » on dira (signe des temps.. finalement..).. Que le Ballon d'Or pour un aficionado suscite un intérêt certain pourquoi pas, mais de là à s'en rendre malade (et c'était vraiment le cas pour certains croyez-moi..), il y a vraiment quelque chose qui m'échappe.. Avec la victoire finale de Messi sur Lewandowski j'ai lu et entendu de ces choses - et même pour le prix du meilleur gardien entre Donnarumma et Mendy, c'est vous dire.. - , boudiouuuuu un délire permanent.. ah pour le coup tout le monde y est allé de son petit refrain (ça piaille, ça pleurniche, ça s'insurge et tout le tralala..), mais un refrain, je le répète, le plus souvent teinté, à des degrés divers, de rancoeur.. la honte, le football sali, l'injustice du siècle, que dis-je, l'affaire du siècle !! et, plus étonnant me semble-t-il, les commentaires de bien des journalistes, ou de personnes dites « expertes », auront été finalement de la même veine, et avec des excès similaires.. Assez curieux également, et en particulier pour les derniers cités (journalistes/experts donc..), le manque de connaissance des critères liés à ce prix et, bien pire, les incroyables lacunes concernant la grande histoire de ce trophée.. qui ne date pourtant pas d'hier, il s'agissait quand même de la 65ème édition.. mais pour certains on avait vraiment l'impression que nous n'en étions qu'à la première tant des choses pourtant évidentes, puisque X fois répétées dans le passé, leur paraissaient visiblement totalement étrangères.. je vous le répète, avec ce Ballon d'Or on a vraiment nagé dans le délire le plus total et à l'écoute de ce podcast 77 Ter vous allez, enfin je l'espère, mieux comprendre pourquoi il me semble que ce n'est pas la soirée et les résultats qui en découlèrent qui auront été pour moi une « mascarade » (ce mot a souvent été employé..), mais plutôt les commentaires et autres grandes analyses qui s'en suivirent en majorité.. Bonne écoute à tous les Braves ..
Strap yourselves in - it's a big one this week! Patrick van Straaten is joined by Dougie Critchley and Sam Obaseki to run their fingers over the Ballon D'Or rankings. They take a look at the top 15 names and play a simple game of higher or lower - do Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci deserve their spots? Has Romelu Lukaku actually had a better 12 months than Erling Haaland? What on earth are Kevin De Bruyne and Cristiano Ronaldo doing so high up? Then they get on to Jorginho in third spot - we bet you can guess who was trying to fight his corner tooth and nail! Then of course, who deserved the award more - Lionel Messi or Robert Lewandowski? We're sure you'll have a say on what we have to say so be sure to let us know - enjoy!
The boys are back to torture your ears with extended discussion on topics no one cares about but them. You get to learn about their favorite Thanksgiving dishes and ponder the question--does cranberry sauce really count as a "dish"? Midweek Champions League comes next as they discuss Timo Werner scoring an actual goal, PSG pooping the bed, and the fascinating states of Groups B, E, and G. (Note: this podcast was recorded prior to Lewandowski being subject to injustice of the highest order for the Ballon d'Or so there is discussion about Barcelona maybe beating Bayern which has since been made irrelevant as evidenced by Muller and Bayern's vows of vengeance which will likely see Barcelona run home crying to their mothers). Eyes turn to the Prem where Vardy and his zen yoga-based longevity is discussed before heading into the match of the weekend in United and Chelsea as Hunter fights for his life claiming that Chelsea aren't a boring team and is met with some skeptical remarks similar to the response from his cranberry sauce take. Bundesliga gets a look next as the Norweigan Cyborg is healed and back to scoring Bundeesliga logo-esque goals. The Serie A title race seems to be wobbling as Milan may be losing steam and Napoli beat the piss out of Lazio. Vinicius and Madrid get some air time before CHiP the Keeper discusses the monumental implications of Italy and Portugal being drawn into the same World Cup playoff group as two of the top 6 (WTF) Ballon d'Or nominees face off to represent their countries on the biggest stage. We then preview 3 matches for the next weekend which may or may not have already happened before you listen but we had technical difficulties so please pretend that you're listening to this before the midweek fixtures. We would appreciate that.
The FC crew are joined by Alessandro Del Piero to discuss Lionel Messi's 7th Ballon d'Or award and debate if Jorginho deserved the award after winning the Champions League with Chelsea and the Euros with Italy. Plus, Juventus get a needed win in Serie A to lift them in the table, but is the gap between them and the top Champions League teams growing too wide?
Robert Lewandowski had to settle for a sympathy award at the Ballon d'Or ceremony as Lionel Messi pipped him to the big one on a night when Jorginho took bronze as the best player in the world. We chew over the criteria behind a controversial list that had Mo Salah down in seventh.Back in England, Newcastle United underlined their credentials for the drop with another limp performance, this time against Arsenal. Can they find salvation in the January transfer window or will players be put off the prospect of a spell in the Championship?Things are suddenly looking a little rosier at Manchester United. The Red Devils stunned everyone by making the savvy appointment of Ralf Rangnick as interim coach. It looks great on paper but we're still scratching our heads trying to figure out how his consultant role plays out when another coach takes on the full-time position.Elsewhere in football, Sp*rs lost to the lowest-ranked team in the Europa Conference League before snow forced the cancellation of their clash with Burnley. For the US-based Lilywhite who'd travelled 31 hours to be at Turf Moor that came as a bit of a shock.We end part one with a trip to Dublin where Cathal took in the FAI Cup final and then head to Portugal where Primera Division side Belenenses took on Benfica with just nine men in their starting lineup.After the break, it sounds like Novak Djokovic might not take part in the Oz Open because he's not vaccinated against Covid. We wonder if that's a decision he'll come to regret. We then turn our attention to cricket's coin toss conundrum and golf's big grudge match between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka.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
Leo Messi porta a casa un altro Pallone d'Oro della sua carriera, vincendo la concorrenza su Lewandoski e sul nostro Jorginho terzo classificato. Questo settimo Balon d'Or che sa tanto di premio alla carriera, nel primo anno francese del campione argentino, porta con sè la solita discussione degli ultimi anni sul significato di questo riconoscimento...se poi a farne le spese sono l'attaccante polacco che lo scorso anno è rimasto a secco per la pandemia e l'oriundo che ha trascinato l'Italia all'Europeo e il Chelsea alla Champions, qualcuno se la prende anche di più. Ne parliamo con l'unico giornalista italiano che vota per il premio di France Football, Paolo Condò. Con Leo Turrini ricordiamo Sir Frank Williams, patron della storica scuderia di F1 scomparso negli scorsi giorni. Poi raggiungiamo Michele Dalai in isolamento fiduciario in albergo dopo una bizzarra avventura vissuta con le Zebre Rugby: il presidente e i suoi ragazzi la scorsa settimana sono rimasti bloccati a Città del Capo dopo lo stop dei voli dovuto alla diffusione della variante Omicron.
No podcast ‘Notícia No Seu Tempo', confira em áudio as principais notícias da edição impressa do jornal ‘O Estado de S. Paulo' desta terça-feira (30/11/21): O Congresso decidiu ontem manter em funcionamento o orçamento secreto, com repasses bilionários para redutos eleitorais dos parlamentares, sem mostrar quem apadrinhou essas verbas nos dois últimos anos. Na prática, os recursos poderão superar R$ 16 bilhões no ano eleitoral de 2022. Os deputados e senadores avalizaram um projeto de resolução apresentado pelas cúpulas da Câmara e do Senado, ocultando os nomes de quem se beneficiou com o pagamento em 2020 e 2021 e dando um nível de transparência, questionado por técnicos, só para as verbas no futuro. E mais: Política: Bolsonaro deve levar cinco ministros para o PL Economia: Refis vira barganha da Câmara em troca da aprovação dos precatórios Internacional: G-7 promete mais 1 bilhão de doses para países pobres Metrópole: Com variante e nova onda na Europa, cidades cancelam festas de réveillon Esportes: Messi leva a Bola de Ouro da revista ‘France Football' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stamford Chidge and Jonathan Kydd are joined by Tony Glover and Alex Churchill to look back at a frustrating afternoon against Man Utd.On the show tonight, in part one, we try and explain how Chelsea battered Utd and only came away with a draw. We discuss whether Tuchel will ever make a goal scorer out of Werner. And we talk Jorginho's atonement and Tommy Tuchel's dithering.In part two we ask why we can't beat the worst Utd side in over 30 years; why Utd are a club of ‘Gareth's' and will it be not taking our chances in front of goal or injuries to key players that might deny Chelsea their 6th Premier League title at the end of the season. In part three we have the results of this week's Fannies for the Utd match; some questions from Discord and a couple of emails to read out and we have the winners and losers from our Prem Predictions League. In part four we round up the show with our preview of the Watford v Chelsea game on Wednesday night. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode the team are breaking down our 1-1 draw against Manchester United, where Jorginho played a role in both goals for good and bad. If you have a question for the team then contact them on Twitter at @AtTheBridgePod (This episode was recorded on 29th November 2021) _______________________________________________ Get In Touch With Us: Twitter - twitter.com/AtTheBridgePod Instagram - Instagram.com/AtTheBridgePod #CFC #CHELSEA
Talking Tactics discuss the 2021 Ballon d'Or ceremony. Simon Kjaer's placement. The early 1990s team (Neymar, Hazard, and Pogba) letting us down. Jorginho placing third. France Football inventing an award for Lewandowski. Messi winning his seventh golden ball, and what, if anything it means for his legacy. Also, what are the differences between being the best of all time (BOAT) and the greatest of all time (GOAT)? Lastly we take your questions on Ballon d'Or criteria, Reece James, and Manchester United hiring Ralf Rangnick. Think about becoming a patron... https://www.patreon.com/join/talkingtactics Rate us five stars on Apple Podcasts! https://www.getpodcast.reviews/id/1127264410 Follow Talking Tactics https://www.twitter.com/taIkingtactics https://www.instagram.com/talkingtactics https://www.facebook.com/talkingtactics352 Talking Tactics Special Coup de tête: https://bit.ly/2DXSMVk Have Hope's Website https://havehopefootballhut.com Follow us https://www.twitter.com/HaveHopeHut https://www.twitter.com/Ankaman616 https://www.twitter.com/DanielTiluk
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Eine neue Folge REIF IST LIVE! Die TV-Legende Marcel Reif spricht über den im Raum stehenden neuen Interimstrainer Ralf Rangnick bei Manchester United, die aktuellen BVB-Probleme beim CL-Ausscheiden und er enthüllt wer für ihn der Topfavorit auf den Weltfußballer-Titel ist.
In this episode, the boys discuss the Italian national team's failure to win their qualification group for the World Cup 2022, and talk about the importance of penalty kick takers. They also get real on tattoos, drug addicts, and what type of men women are now attracted to. Also, is politics getting in the way of every aspect of life? We talk about that too. Listen, and enjoy.
Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd and Tony Glover to look ahead to Saturday's match away to Leicester.In part one, Adam Newson from Football.London joins us to report back on Thomas Tuchel's Press Conference. What's the injury status of Lukaku, Kovacic and Werner plus all the discussion on Jorginho, Conor Gallagher, the Rudiger and Christensen contracts and Hudson-Odoi turning down England.We also take a look at the announcement of the Supporter Advisors to the Board where Neil Beard has been elected as the supporter groups candidate and the decision by the Club to increase the season ticket prices in the 'West View' by 200%.In part two, Jack Marson from Leicester Fan TV joins us for the 'Opposition View' and talks about Leicester's up and down form; jamie Vardy; Brendan Rogers and how big a miss will Tielemans be on Saturday. Jack also discusses how Rogers set Leicester up on Saturday and how he sees the game going.In part three, we preview the Leicester v Chelsea match. What's the likely team selection; will Pulisic and Loftus-Cheek start and will Silva finally get a rest! Are we worried about a match after the International break and an early kick off? How important is it to start a crucial part of the season off with a win? Will Tuchel have one eye on the Juventus match next Tuesday? And finally we discuss how we see it going and give our predictions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steve interviews Greg Wyshynski (00:10:04) from ESPN. Greg was on the second episode of The Sports-Casters in 2011 and was on the first episode of this season back in January. Today, he returns to talk about the Jack Eichel trade, the start of the NHL season, and working for ESPN as a rights holder. Join us for the hockey discussion, but stay for the incredible disagreement about Eichel's neck surgery. Also, Andrew Marchand(00:56:01) from the New York Post returns. Andrew and Steve talk about a plethora of sports media topics including Premiere League rights fees, The Manning Cast, the future of the Sunday Ticket and much more. Steve also vents about World Cup Qualifying (yes, he does this twice during the episode) and they talk about his Grandmother's journey to the United States from Italy. Steve starts the show venting about World Cup qualifying (I know), Jorginho's sudden failures at the spot for Italy, and then blows what's left of his. The book club has has books by Dana O'Neil and James Andrew Miller and the announcement of a third book. The show ends with one last thing about NFL officiating, literally the worst thing ever. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: email@example.com
The Euro 2020 honeymoon... and Italy's sensational summer of sport... is well and truly over as Roberto Mancini's men failed to qualify directly for the 2022 World Cup. Draws with Switzerland and Northern Ireland saw the Swiss qualify as group winners, leaving Gli Azzurri needing the dreaded play-off pathway in March to get to Qatar.Nicky and Mina break it down for us. What are the problems? What about Jorginho's penalty woes? What are Mancini's options? Where will the goals come from in the play-offs? What has happened to the element of surprise that they had at the Euros?Plus... Poetry chaos, and the Christmas run-in report card. Which managers will get to eat their panettone?And stick in to the end as we end with a good World Cup Qualification play-off memory featuring one Pierluigi Casiraghi (can he make a comeback???), coincidentally also from November 15th, all the way back in 1997.00:00 Italy's road to Qatar29:40 Mina's limerick33:20 The Serie A Christmas run-inDon't forget our ChroniclesQ&A mailbag show on Friday.Tweet us your questions to @serieAchronpod with the hashtag #ChroniclesQandAFor sponsorship opportunities with Serie A Chronicles podcast email firstname.lastname@example.org.Find Serie A Chronicles on social media (all the links here) and at our website serieachronicles.com.Please give us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts.You can also become a Chronicles Tifoso by supporting the podcast to help keep us running, at serieachronicles.com/supporter.Serie A Chronicles is a Media Chronicles production.Digital content and social media by Calido Media.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/serie-a-chronicles. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's episode, we discuss the appointment of Antonio Conte as the new Spurs manager. Despite an encouraging track record when it comes to trophies, can he lead the trophyless Spurs to some silverware? And is it a blessing in disguise for United who was also linked with the Italian manager? Speaking of United, City went to Old Trafford and took care of the Reds with ease. We'll discuss the gap in quality between United and the top 3. Why was United ever considered a contender in the first place? Is it an issue of tactics or personnel ? or both? Spoiler alert: It's probably both. Lastly, we'll discuss the recent Ballon d'Or. Rumors has it that Messi has already been told he was the winner. This might sound silly but....does he deserve it? What about Salah and Benzema? And should Jorginho even be on the shortlist? One of us seems to think that it's a travesty that he's even being considered! Follow us on Instagram: @forward_pressing Follow us on Twitter: @ForwardPressPod Music: Clueless Kit - Strings (Soundcloud)
The crew celebrates big wins from both the Chelsea FC men and women over the weekend. They cover everything from the defenders taking care of business at Newcastle with Reece James and the Cobham boys opening the scoring to take down the Magpies and the women advance in their FA Cup run over rivals Man City, with a 3-0 victory. Plus, the hosts discuss what may have seemed a controversial penalty take by Jorginho, Tuchel's new song, predictions for next weekend, and... is Pulisic officially back?
In this episode the team are reviewing Chelsea's 3-0 win over Newcastle United, where Reece James scored two outstanding goals before Jorginho wrapped up the points from the spot. The team also discuss how crucial Gameweek 10 could be in regards to the title race as Manchester City and Liverpool dropped points. If you have a question for the team then contact them on Twitter at @AtTheBridgePod (This episode was recorded on 1st November 2021) _______________________________________________ Get In Touch With Us: Twitter - twitter.com/AtTheBridgePod Instagram - Instagram.com/AtTheBridgePod
To celebrate the release of his autobiography, the Book Club are joined by ex-Chelsea & Everton star, punditry God and occasional indie DJ Pat Nevin. Join us as we talk writing, football, music, Saddam Hussein, John Parrott, Jorginho the genius, Belle and Sebastian, Duncan Ferguson and, of course, rank the Mike Myers movies. Follow us on Twitter! @FootieBookClub Instagram @footballbookclub Join The Football Book Club *Club* - www.patreon.com/footballbookclub
Shauyan and Maxwell discuss Manchester United's recent fixtures against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium where we saw Manchester United lose 4-2 and comeback in the UEFA Champions League midweek against Serie A side Atalanta where they made a late comeback from 2 goals down to win 3-2 from a late Cristiano Ronaldo header to win the match. These recent performances have put Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under a lot of pressure to keep his job. Manchester United has been heavily reliant on individual performances to save them in matches. We discuss if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be sacked because of how poorly Manchester United has been performing. Mohamed Salah has been the player catching all the headlines recently with amazing performances for Liverpool this season. We discuss if he is the best player in the world right now and if not him then we who is. That leads us to give out our opinions on who should win this year's Ballon d'Or between Lionel Messi of PSG, Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich, and Jorginho of Chelsea FC. We wrap up today's episode by briefly discussing the Newcastle take over and who should replace Steve Bruce as head coach of Newcastle United. Make sure to follow us on Instagram @next_gen_pod & Twitter @nextgenpod Subscribe to us on YouTube "Next Generation Football" Time Stamps: 0:00 Intro 1:36 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer OUT 10:57 Salah is the GOAT 13:20 Who should win the Ballon d'Or? 20:42 The Newcastle Takeover
New owners, same old Newcastle. Well...for now, at least. After a week of joyful scenes in the North East following a takeover by (not) Saudi Arabia, St James' Park was brought down to earth by another terrible performance by Steve Bruce's side. We discuss what happens next for the smash-nosed manager and the Geordies' project. After a record-breaking 29 away games without defeat, the wheels finally came off for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer away from home. Leicester ran riot on an afternoon that has many once again questioning how far the Norwegian can take the Red Devils.Elsewhere in football, Crystal Palace's 2-2 draw at Arsenal suggests the Gunners might have the wrong ex-captain in charge, Real Sociedad are the darlings of Spain and Mo Salah is doing his best to steal the Ballon d'Or away from, erm, Jorginho?! After the break, there was British success at Indian Wells after Cameron Norrie sealed a first ATP Masters title despite his shoes being stolen. We ask the big question, why are tennis players so careless with their kicks?We also look back on the NFL's return to London and cast a casual observers eye over the MLB playoffs.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
Eli Patiño y Katia Castorena, con la aparición especial de Rafa Ramos, analizan los candidatos al premio al mejor futbolista del mundo, el Balón de Oro 2021, que premia la calidad individual, junto a los logros colectivos. ¿Tendrán lo suficiente Messi o Ronaldo para reclamar de nuevo el galardón, o se le hará justicia a algún otro como Lewandowski, Benzemá o Jorginho?
The BarcaBreakdown discuss the 30 man short list for the Ballon D'oR, as Lionel Messi looks clear to pick up his 7th golden ball this winter. Unfortunately, only 1 FC Barcelona player appeared on the list, which was the Golden Boy of the Euros, Pedri! We discuss the likely top 3 for the award, along with the lack of FC Barcelona players and those who we believe should be on the list like Frenkie De Jong and Memphis Depay. The BarcaBreakdown discuss what is stopping Lionel Messi from winning the 2021 Ballon D'Or. Answer: NOTHING! After being the top scorer, assister, best player, and CHAMPION of the 2021 Copa America, Lionel Messi looks clear to take home his 7th Ballon D'or to the Camp Nou and FC Barcelona/Argentina fans. As ESPNFC covered earlier this summer, nothing will stop Messi due to his outrageous 2021 and finally breaking the curse and winning an international title for Argentina. We discuss the possible reasons Messi may not win. For one, Robert Lewandowski should rightfully have on the 2020 award. We worry he may get some votes as compensation for the fact that France Football not awarding the Ballon d'Or in 2020. We also think voter fatigue might set in, so that some may not want to keep giving Messi the same award year after year. Jorginho also has a case, as he was the winner of the Champions League with Chelsea, and the Euros with Italy. N'golo Kante also won with Chelsea and was a favorite, but France's poor performance at the Euros leave his hopes in major doubt. Karim Benzema has also made a name for himself for the Ballon D'oR this year with his wonderful play for Real Madrid and France Overall, we think Messi should walk away easy with the award. Captain, Copa America Champion, Copa Del Rey Champion, and undoubtedly the best player of 2021 (and of all time). Please like, comment and subscribe to our channel! Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarcaBreakdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barcabreakdown Listen to our podcast on Spotify or Apple/Itunes Podcast. Please support the Barca Breakdown and subscribe to our channel and like our videos. Please let us know in the comments what type of content you want to see more of!
Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd and Clayton Beerman to look back at Chelsea's 3-0 victory over Aston Villa.On the show tonight, we'll be praising Lukaku and Kovacic for some very well taken goals and an assist.In part two we marvel at marvellous Mendy and stoic Silva who were heroic at keeping Villa out; we ask will Tuchel have learnt his lesson on leaving Jorginho and Mount out and throwing Saul in to the Lion's den; and we ask if Ziyech and CHO are doing enough? In part three we have the results of this week's Fannies for the Villa match; the week 4 winners and losers in our Prem Predictions league and some cracking emails and in part four we look ahead to Chelsea's Champions' League opener against Zenit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.