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Dave Prentice and Gavin Buckland join Sam Carroll for your Friday edition of the Royal Blue podcast to look ahead to Sunday's visit of West Ham United to L4. The match will mark the return of David Moyes, along with Kurt Zouma and Nikola Vlasic, to Everton. It's now more than nine years since Moyes left the Blues for Manchester United. His derisory bids for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines after he moved to United soured his relationship with Evertonians. But, with time proving just what a good job he did at Goodison Park, has that frostiness cooled? Equally, are Blues taking Rafa Benitez, who used to go up against Moyes when he was in charge of Liverpool, closer to their hearts? Both questions are discussed by Sam, Gav and Prenno, who held an exclusive interview with Benitez for the Liverpool ECHO this week, which you can read by clicking the links below. And with Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin still sidelined, the panel also ask whether Sunday is the perfect time for Salomon Rondon to kick start his Everton career. Enjoy.https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/rafa-benitez-everton-ferguson-exclusive-21855347https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/rafa-benitez-everton-moshiri-exclusive-21843777
A wild transfer window closes that sees late moves for the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Saul Niguez, Emerson Royal and Kurt Zouma. We grade all 20 clubs' transfer business, and Arsenal go bottom after embarrassing loss to City.
Episode 99.As we creep up to the big century of podcasts, the team are back with an in depth recap on Liverpool's draw at home to 10 man Chelsea. We discuss the decision to send Reece James to an early shower and Chelsea's heroic defending that saw them preserve their unbeaten start. Mark gives his opinion on the roles played by Salah, Trent & Elliot and we look back on a quiet summer for the reds. After Arsenal's humiliation at the Etihad that saw the Gunners sink to the bottom of the league, Abdi and Junior let loose on the horrific mismanagement under Mikel Arteta, they are not happy!! Tanya is in good spirits as Spurs make it 3 wins out of 3 but she provides an air of caution to the excited Spurs fan. Elsewhere we cover all the games and big transfer news including the return of Cristiano Ronaldo! Also there's man of the week and much, much more!! Be sure to subscribe and follow on the socials
Thanks for tuning in to episode 62! In this episode we talk about... West Ham in Europe, Pep Guardiola on Harry Kane, Liverpool v Chelsea, Reece James Red Card, the handball rule, the Champions League draw, the away goals rule change, transfer deadline day, West Ham's signings, Kurt Zouma, West Ham v Crystal Palace, Arsenal's continuing poor form, the Ronaldo saga, Man City's back to back 5-0 wins, Jorginho winning UEFA Player of the Year, the winless teams in the top 92 English sides, Cavani giving up the #7, Lee Dixon on the West Ham fans, more talk about Haaland's future, 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
On this episode, T and Theo discuss We discuss - Arsenal vs Chelsea review - Kurt Zouma's imminent departure - Saul Niguez and Jules Kounde possibly joining Chelsea - Chelsea's Champions League Group and Chelsea players winning UEFA awards - Preview Liverpool vs Chelsea - Ben Chilwell's omission from the England squad For further information to raise on topics of discussion with either T.Dot or Theo . You can follow the From The Shed End on the following social media platforms Twitter
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.
Oğuz Can Ergin ve Enes Yılmaz, Deadline Day Mikrofon'un yeni bölümünde Willock'un Newcastle'a transferini, Zouma'nın West Ham'da yaratacağı etkiyi ve Kounde-Chelsea ihtimalini konuştular.
The last week of Premier League action before the first international break is already here! I discuss Liverpool & Chelsea's early-season title clash, Newcastle and Southampton desperately needing points, Gabriel Jesus as winger and Aston Villa's latest home test. Plus, transfer thoughts on Cucurella to Brighton, Pape Sarr & Adama to Spurs and Kurt Zouma to West Ham. Table of Contents 00:00 Liverpool - Chelsea 04:24 Newcastle - Southampton 07:40 Aston Villa - Brentford 11:05 Man City - Arsenal 14:13 West Ham - Palace 18:00 Brighton - Everton 21:31 Spurs - Watford 25:19 Burnley - Leeds 26:13 Norwich - Leicester 27:46 Man U - Wolves To receive access to bonus episodes & support the show, visit: patreon.com/statesideabroad Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts, clips & other videos: youtube.com/c/statesideabroadpodcast & youtube.com/c/statesideabroadclips To follow and interact on your favorite platform, visit linktr.ee/statesideabroad --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support
Mark Chapman is joined by The Athletic's David Ornstein, Adam Crafton and Art De Roche to assess the situation Arsenal find themselves in after they were well beaten by Chelsea on Sunday leaving them pointless and goalless two games into the new season. With Mikel Arteta approaching two years in the job we look at the reasons why his team feels further away than ever from being where they need to be, the issues the club have had with recruitment and the structure above Arteta that may also be responsible for the problems. We're also joined by The Athletic's Chelsea writer Liam Twomey to reflect on an impressive outing from Romelu Lukaku on his return to the club and look ahead to a greater challenge in Liverpool at Anfield next weekend. All this plus news of Eddie Nketiah potentially leaving Arsenal this week, Kurt Zouma's impending move to West Ham, and an update on the latest with the Harry Kane situation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The boys celebrate the UEFA Super Cup victory after a nail-biting penalty shootout that saw Kepa Arrizabalaga emerge as our unlikely hero. They also provide updates on the futures of Kurt Zouma, Jules Kounde, Tammy Abraham, and Trevoh Chalobah all before previewing the Crystal Palace match on Saturday. All that, plus more on this week's episode of the Roman's Empire Podcast, “Where all we do is talk Chelsea, and talk sh*t about everyone else!” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/romans-empire0/support
John Stones has been handed a new 5-year Manchester City deal. Can City win the Champions League in that time frame? (Part 2, 15:15) Lionel Messi has decided PSG is his next destination after leaving Barcelona. Does the move end any chance of us seeing him in the Premier League? (Part 3, 30:00) The latest top flight transfer gossip including Kurt Zouma's proposed move from Chelsea to West Ham.
The boys are back, and so is Romelu Lukaku! Hear our take on the newest Chelsea signing and how he will impact the squad. We also dive into some of the most recent transfer rumors regarding Tchouameni, Tammy Abraham, Kurt Zouma, and more! All that, us more on this week's episode of the Roman's Empire Podcast, "Where all we do is talk Chelsea, and talk sh*t about everyone else!" --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/romans-empire0/support
Kurt Zouma swap-blocked Chelsea, Mark-Anthony Kaye is a Rapid, Cruz Azul & Boca Juniors are hitting the panic button, and Real Madrid are surprisingly incompetent. I discuss all that and lots of other news from a wild week including Mario Lemina's move to nice and the EPL Top 4 Race seemingly finishing before the season even starts. To receive access to bonus episodes & support the show, visit: patreon.com/statesideabroad Check us out on YouTube for video podcasts, clips & other videos: youtube.com/c/statesideabroadpodcast & youtube.com/c/statesideabroadclips To follow and interact on your favorite platform, visit linktr.ee/statesideabroad --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support
In which hosts Daniel and Jai savour in the brilliance of Chelsea's 4-1 victory at Selhurst Park. Pulisic getting back to his best, the future of Kurt Zouma and praise for a resurgent Jorginho. The pair also delve into transfer talk over big striker moves this Summer with recent reports surrounding Harry Kane and Erling Haaland. A discussion over the future of football talent and a Mailbag focusing on the best unexpected scorers of great Chelsea goals.
Rebecca & Alex are back ahead of another busy weekend of football to chat about their teams' differing fortunes at the moment, plus some other football talk too. We start with Chelsea, hot on the heels of their big win in the Champions League over Atletico Madrid. We chat about how quickly Thomas Tuchel shut down the Hudson-Odoi narrative following the substitution vs Southampton, that Olivier Giroud goal, Kurt Zouma's future, how good Chelsea now look defensively, as well as how lazy the anti-Atleti narrative was after the game from the pundits and social media. We also delve into Liverpool's recent struggles, including the "bad title defence" narrative, Jordan Henderson's injury, whether the win over RB Leipzig was truly a false dawn, the struggles vs Everton, and whether Bobby Firmino's time is really up at the club. And there are also discussions about why Marcus Rashford's penalty win exposed the anti-Salah brigade for what they are, Jesse Lingard's resurgence at West Ham, and whether Mourinho is the wrong man for Tottenham. Plus, previews of Chelsea vs Man Utd and Man City vs West Ham, an early yeet, Jota up the bum, Pep's fashion choices, Luis Suarez's sh*thousery, the dual meaning of OG, new best friends, lotus biscuit commercials, goat issues, pink highlighters, Wino Wisdom, throwing chocolate, Countdown adjudicators, "win-men", and the King of Two Beers™. And please sign up at patreon.com/diditcross for loads more exclusive football podcasts. **Please take the time to rate and review us on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts, as it makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
Answering YOUR Questions on a crazy Eden Hazard return to Chelsea on loan, Kai Havertz being used as a False Nine by Thomas Tuchel, the most improved player under the new coach, future of Kurt Zouma, Ben Chilwell and Andreas Christensen.
In today's episode of Let's Talk Chelsea I discuss Thomas Tuchel's comments over Thiago Silva's return date from his thigh injury and looking at the current centre-back situation with Andreas Christensen, Antonio Rudiger and Kurt Zouma. Recent reports about Ross Barkley's price being set by Chelsea for Aston Villa, also reflecting on Timo Werner's MOTM performance against Sheffield United last night.
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We're officially (not really) halfway through the Premier League season so ESPN thought it was a good time to give out awards. We mock their picks (Kurt Zouma) and give our definitely (not) correct picks for all the major honors. We also discuss Liverpool's loss and commend Burnley's improvement over the course of the season before checking in on all of the teams in the title race including Leicester, Man United and City. We also checked on Chelsea and tried to figure out what's going on with their managerial position. Crystal Palace also receive loads of praise for the addition of Jean-Philippe Mateta . Later, we talked all the football around the world including a big game for PSG against Montpellier, a chance for Frankfurt to gain ground on their top four rivals, and the madness unfolding in the race for the Brasilerao title as Sao Paulo lose control against Inter. As always, Liga MX gets some love as we check in on Santi & Juan once again and wonder whether Pumas might be hiding in plain sight. Finally, we wonder where Eddie Hearn found Canelo's next opponent and preview Conor McGregor's long-awaited return against Dustin Poirier in UFC 257. Table of Contents 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:44 Liverpool Lost to Burnley 00:16:03 Jean-Philippe Mateta to Crystal Palace 00:18:09 Willian Jose to Wolves 00:19:45 Danny Ings Leaving Southampton? 00:20:25 David Alaba to Real Madrid 00:22:21 Madrid/Frankfurt Future for Jovic 00:23:41 Martin Odegaard to Arsenal 00:25:00 Youssef en Neysiri to West Ham 00:26:26 Bobby Wood to Real Salt Lake 00:27:44 ESPN's Horrible Midseason Awards 00:46:21 Leicester Second Favorites 00:49:35 wyd Chelsea? + Next Manager Shortlist 00:55:16 Man City-Aston Villa Controversy 01:02:41 United Must Start Quicker 01:07:16 Measuring Stick Game for Arsenal, Southampton 01:08:58 Sheffield Must Keep Momentum 01:09:44 Show Me Something PSG 01:12:43 Ligue Un Top 4 Race 01:16:26 Bundesliga Title Race Gains Clarity, Top 4 Race Still Muddled 01:20:36 Gotta be Quicker than that Roma 01:22:00 Juventus Losing Ground on Milan Sides? 01:25:15 Barca & Madrid are Fragile, Atleti Must Capitalize 01:28:46 Shaking & Moving in Eredivise Chasing Pack 01:30:50 Sao Paulo in Freefall, Flamengo + Internacional Look to Take Advantage 01:37:37 Liga MX Week 3 Preview: Pumas Dark Horses? Cruz Azul Desparation 01:45:28 Canelo's Next Fight (Who the Fook is That Guy?) 01:51:15 The Notorious Return at UFC 257 on Fight Island Get in touch on Twitter @statsideabroad. You can also subscribe on YouTube! (Stateside Abroad Football and Stateside Abroad Football Podcast) To support the show, visit anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support To follow and interact on your favorite platform, visit linktr.ee/statesideabroad Music From the Show: –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Clocks by Smith The Mister https://smiththemister.bandcamp.com Smith The Mister https://bit.ly/Smith-The-Mister-YT Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-clocks Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/6MT6-JzUw1w –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support
A tale of two very different Gameweeks for Suj & James in Sky Fantasy Football as they review the reasoning behind their decisions for recent transfers and plans for the upcoming week, including solutions for those that still own Kurt Zouma, whether the Arsenal asset owned is worth Holding (pun intended) & if an Aston Villa asset should be bought tonight, on Saturday or not at all. Plus, captaincy covered including a difficult City defence/KDB vs Bruno choice for this evening and caution advised for Overhaul week... _____________________________________________ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Web: www.planetfpl.com Twitter: @PlanetFPLPod (James) / @sujanshah (Suj) Facebook: www.facebook.com/PlanetFPL Instagram: @planetfpl You Tube: www.youtube.com/planetfpl
Two teams in a similar geographical positions but worlds apart in their English Premier League standings. Arteta’s side has struggled to score despite Aubameyang being in amazing form last season with; 2nd with 22 goals. Arteta had improved the atmosphere around the camp, especially winning silverware but certain sections of his fanbase were growing dissatisfied with his defence first approach and ‘by the numbers’ attacking system. This episode Ova D Ba tactically analyse this clash between these fierce London rivals as well as briefly consider the other aspects that a manager is actually assessed on.Enjoy! Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vYQBaQ9Zw0 Sources:Clear Review, ‘Measuring Performance Management Effectiveness: 5 Steps to an Effective System’ (unknown) https://www.clearreview.com/resources/guides/how-to-measure-performance-management/ Deborah Holstein, ‘4 Ways to Reduce Bias in Performance Reviews’ (2019) https://www.hrtechnologist.com/articles/performance-management-hcm/4-ways-to-reduce-bias-in-performance-reviews/ M Arraya, ‘Design and construct a performance measurement system in sports organisations’ (2016) Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:00:40 – Intro00:00:42 – 00:22:38 – Thoughts on the Game00:02:18 – 00:11:50 – Make Chelsea’s Attack Great Again00:11:50 – 00:20:37 – Performance Measurement on the Manager Merry-go-round00:22:40 – 00:42:51 – Arsenal Tactics00:24:52 – 00:27:01 – Obligatory ‘Did He Dive?’ Debate00:42:53 – 00:57:51 – Chelsea Tactics00:54:55 – 00:57:47 – Getting More from Werner00:57:53 – 01:05:19 – Goal (‘44)01:05:19 – 01:05:32 – Outro Socials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
Suj & James detail all the latest on Sky Fantasy Football and with the January fixtures announced on Tuesday long-term planning can now begin. There's initial reaction on what may be required throughout January, difficult gamedays, why Arsenal stand out, the fear of losing De Bruyne, what may happen with the fixtures that have been postponed, Reece James vs Kurt Zouma & captain picks for the next 5 gamedays... _____________________________________________ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Web: www.planetfpl.com Twitter: @PlanetFPLPod (James) / @sujanshah (Suj) Facebook: www.facebook.com/PlanetFPL Instagram: @planetfpl You Tube: www.youtube.com/planetfpl
With this weekend kicking off the busiest part of the Premier League schedule, Jack, Struan and Jamie had plenty to discuss on this episode of the Fantasy Ramble. In Premium Picks, the boys struggle to side with either City or United ahead of Saturday's Manchester Derby, predict that Chelsea's full backs will have a field day against a depleted Everton and discuss the breath of fresh air that Marcelo Bielsa has brought to the Premier League, after he revealed his starting XI in his pre-match press conference on Wednesday. In Wildcard Options, the panel discusses where Wolves' goals will come from without Raul Jimenez, ponder how Ralph Hassenhuttl will fit Danny Ings and Che Adams into the same team and contemplate how good a game between Leicester and Brighton can realistically be. They finish the show by deciding their Locked-In Eleven, citing the Liverpool backline as key components to your team ahead of their trip to Fulham, while also highlighting Newcastle's Callum Wilson as a "safe" signing ahead of his next three matches.
Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_anraVPaPE&feature=onebox On this episode the Over the Bar hosts tactically analyse the fierce battle between the newbie, Lampard and veteran manager, Bielsa. Lampard hugely benefited from his social capital and competent stint at Derby to snatch the big job and is currently in a strong position to fight for Premiership. As we’ve eluded to, this episode we consider briefly whether managers or money make the difference. Enjoy! Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:00:33 – Intro00:00:33 – 00:06:26 – Thoughts on the Game00:02:23 – 00:06:26 – Money Over Hardwork00:06:28 – 00:35:52 – Chelsea Tactics00:10:16 – 00:14:36 – Fans are Back and Having Their Say00:26:46 – 00:30:36 – An Ode to Giroud00:32:23 – 00:34:33 – Giroud versusTammy00:35:58 – 00:55:28 – Leeds United Tactics00:55:30 – 01:03:26 – Goal (‘4)01:03:28 – 01:03:41 – Outro Socials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeG1dmEZ8hc Chelsea versus Tottenham Hotspur; typically an exciting game both on and off the pitch. Recently with Mourinho having heated exchanges for his mentee after Tottenham were bested last season. This time the two managers have potentially more to gain given the lofty positions near or at the apex of the English Premier League and as such both had a lot to play for. Given we’re 10 games in we discuss how Chelsea has settled into the season thus far, especially some of their key signings. We also tactically analyse the two sides in this tense battle in the capital.Enjoy! Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:00:52 – Intro00:00:52 – 00:27:30 – Thoughts on the Game00:03:44 – 00:09:32 – Mendy and the Defence00:09:39 – 00:19:31 – Ziyech00:14:49 – 00:19:31 – Havertz00:19:31 – 00:27:32 – Outcome Based Tactics00:27:32 – 00:39:30 – Chelsea Tactics00:39:32 – 00:48:30 – Tottenham Hotspur Tactics00:48:32 – 00:48:46 – Outro Socials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
After the last international break of 2020, the Fantasy Ramble panel returns to preview and discuss Gameweek 9 in the Premier League. Jack Donnelly is joined by Struan Garvie, Graeme Sinclair and Jamie Mcintosh as they discuss Pep Guardiola's contract extension, whether or not Leeds have flattered to believe and how big a part James Maddison can play as Leicester take on Liverpool. In Wildcard Options, the boys discuss all things Southampton, consider who starts alongside Kurt Zouma in Chelsea's defence away at Newcastle and how a fully-fit John McGinn has transformed Aston Villa's fortunes. As the panel consider their Locked In Eleven for this gameweek, names like Che Adams, Jack Grealish, Ben Chilwell and David de Gea all give the boys plenty to think about ahead of their team selection for this weekend.
In today's episode of Let's Talk Chelsea I discuss reports of Kurt Zouma getting a new contract extension, how well Tammy Abraham is doing this season and Ben Chilwell proving Lampard right in his desire to sign him from Leicester City this Summer.
Host Matt Davies-Adams & The Athletic's Chelsea experts, Simon Johnson, Liam Twomey & Dominic Fifield, reconvene following a fourth consecutive clean sheet! Could Thiago Silva and Kurt Zouma stake a claim for being the best defensive partnership in the league? Is Mason Mount better when deployed as an '8' and Tammy Abraham - the false 9? Plus, the guys cast an eye over upcoming games against both Stade Rennais and Sheffield United and discuss whether or not Chelsea will sign Declan Rice in the January Transfer Window? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With two Scottish Cup semi-finals and plenty of league action to get through, there was a whole lot for our panel to discuss. Jack Donnelly is joined by Struan Garvie, Seán McGill and Cameron Wanstall to discuss those two semi-finals at Hampden, a Chelsea team that seems to be coming together nicely and just how good Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been over the years. The Big Question has the boys getting creative with potential new signing announcements, after Montrose took Twitter by storm with their announcement of Harry Cochrane arriving on loan from Hearts. Away from the cup, the boys look at the biggest action from the Scottish leagues, discussing Motherwell's return to form, highlighting the problems with Partick Thistle and Jack walks the boys through his afternoon as Ayr bottled a two goal lead to lose 3-2 at home to Morton. There's a love-in for Kurt Zouma, passionate rants against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and a preview of the next set of Champions and Europa League fixtures.
Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaHhkSW27B0 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard, novice managers in charge of top tier clubs have struggled during these first few matchdays to keep their teams from conceding and as such have thrown away many points despite how high Liverpool and Manchester City have raised the standards. Before tactically analysing the game, the Ova D Ba hosts go on a slight detour to talk about psychology, Rashford MBE and an online study on abuse that footballers receive.Enjoy! PS We do stray very far from our typical topics but felt they were important to mention. Sources:Daniel Kahnemann, ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ (2011)Buzzsprout Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:01:58 – Intro00:02:01 – 00:00:01 – Thoughts on the Game00:02:21 – 00:06:08 – Ova D Ba00:06:08 – 00:08:52 – Free School Lunches00:08:56 – 00:29:27 – Signify Group’s Online Abuse Study00:29:29 – 00:40:10 – Manchester United Tactics00:29:32 – 00:32:20 – Azpi Foul and VAR00:40:12 – 00:56:41 – Chelsea Tactics00:40:56 – 00:45:01 – Bad Tactics00:56:44 – 00:57:02 – OutroSocials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
In today's episode of Let's Talk Chelsea I discuss reports that Chelsea are interested in Borussia Monchengladbach's midfielder Denis Zakaria along with Manchester United and Bayern Munich. What is the solution to Chelsea's DM Problem? Declan Rice, Billy Gilmour or someone else? Fabrizio Romano reporting that Chelsea are not looking to sell Callum Hudson-Odoi and Frank Lampard blocking a move for Kurt Zouma by Everton. FOLLOW YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxu3Suf1wM2T2cNbQi7Bj6w?view_as=subscriber Twitter: https://twitter.com/SonOfChelsea Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sonofchelseayt/ Share and give a positive review to help the podcast out, feedback appreciated. Have a great day!
Link to match highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aACJVPHuN3UNew season, new kits, new signings, same result. Liverpool are already starting to gain a head of steam and bedding in their new players. We tactically analyse the match, but also dissect the Chelsea midfield, discuss Plan A versus B for teams in 4th to 6th and what to do with ten men. It’s a great show...also with less rambling.Enjoy!PS There is some explicit language intermittently.Time stamps:00:00:09 – 00:00:55 – Intro00:00:55 – 00:01:10 – Call to Action00:01:12 – 00:13:13 – Thoughts on the Game00:03:50 – 00:05:49 – Handball Rule Gripes00:05:49 – 00:13:13 – Chelsea Midfield Imbalance00:13:15 – 00:31:56 – Tactics00:15:31 – 00:19:13 – What can you do with 10?00:19:13 – 00:27:20 – Plan A vs B Revisited00:31:58 – 00:41:19 – Liverpool Tactics00:41:20 – 00:46:33 – Goals00:46:35 – 00:46:53 – Outro Socials: Follow us on Twitter for notifications and updates when a new podcast has gone live.Please subscribe to us on YouTube, give the video a thumbs up…& hit the bell icon to get notifications.Similarly, please give us a like & follow on FacebookIf you want to support us financially please have a look at our Patreon page for continued support and Paypal for one off donations.Finally, we are available on all podcast platforms (e.g. Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn, etc.). Please review us wherever you listen as it goes a long way Podcast Website: http://www.buzzsprout.com/791540Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2tfSSZ0YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9yPApx0K8N5w0JTogrQwCAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Over-the-Bar-Pod-107922444086809/?view_public_for=107922444086809Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/overthebarPayPal: www.paypal.me/overthebarTwitter: @OvertheBarPodSupport the show (http://patreon.com/overthebar)
You asked for it, and it's happened! Presenting the second of our two crossover episodes between The Corner Flag and 4-4-2! This week we're joined by Azeem Banatwalla and Neville Shah for some good old fashioned football chat and banter! We discuss the return of the Premier League (TOMORROW BABY!) with Spurs taking on United, City going up against Arsenal and the Merseyside derby! Mourinho's been taking digs, Ole's comparing Alexis to furniture and much to Neville's dismay, Kurt Zouma is still a Chelsea player. Plus, we answer your questions. A LOT of them! Apologies to the ones we couldn't feature, we'll try and respond on social media! We also discuss the pitch invader at a behind closed doors game between Barcelona and Mallorca, Dejan Lovren's skills and FC Eyjafjallajokull's naughty shirt sponsor! Follow the lads on Instagram and Twitter. Follow The Corner Flag @cornerflagpod and do visit www.thecornerflag.in to donate to us! We'd really appreciate it! Don't forget to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from!
James, Terry and Thomas were joined by Mike from The Unholy Trinity Podcast to review Ronald Koeman's time as Everton Manager, Should Everton sign Kurt Zouma?, They also look at Everton's new sponsor deal with Cazoo and also review Theo Walcott's season before ending the show with the Quiz! Follow @JWharton_EFC , Follow @terrymcallister , Follow @t_robertson02, Follow @UHTPodcast Make sure to subscribe to The Toffee Blues YouTube Channel and Podcast! Leave us your thoughts down below in the comments and drop us a like too!
James, Terry and Thomas were joined by Mike from The Unholy Trinity Podcast to review Ronald Koeman's time as Everton Manager, Should Everton sign Kurt Zouma?, They also look at Everton's new sponsor deal with Cazoo and also review Theo Walcott's season before ending the show with the Quiz! Follow @JWhartonEFC , Follow @terrymcallister , Follow @trobertson02, Follow @UHTPodcast Make sure to subscribe to The Toffee Blues YouTube Channel and Podcast! Leave us your thoughts down below in the comments and drop us a like too!
On this weeks episode Ian and Craig from the blue side are joined by Gary and Terry from the reds. They firstly discuss the restart of Premier League football and whether technology can help with behind closed door games, along with the decision on whether the Merseyside Derby should go ahead at Goodison Park or a Neutral Venue. Talk then turns to transfers and whether Liverpool ‘missed out’ on German starlet Timo Werner or chose not to sign him because of tactical strategy or the financial implications of COVID-19. The mooted returns of former Everton favourite Idrissa Gueye and last seasons loanee Kurt Zouma are covered, including where the former would fit into a Carlo Ancelloti 4-4-2, before the boys answer a social media question from one of the listeners, which was a little more challenging for the red side of the team! Tune in, to find out why!
Rob Daly and the Matchday Live team break down another extraordinary night of Champions League action including an eight-goal thriller between Chelsea and Ajax at Stamford Bridge, while we hear from Frank Lampard, Kurt Zouma, Dusan Tadic, Frenkie de Jong, Peter Olayinka, James Milner and Jesse Marsch.
Marco Silva was back in front of the media this afternoon to preview Everton's trip to Burnley. Also on the agenda was the fitness of Andre Gomes and Theo Walcott, a possible move to bring Kurt Zouma back to Goodison Park, Fabian Delph's recall to the England side, plus the form of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Jordan Pickford. Silva also addressed the pressure he is under and what the improved performance against Manchester City could do to spark his side's stuttering season into life. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this week's episode Ben and Pete discuss the talking points of Gameweek 5, from Norwich upsetting Man City to a stalemate at Villa Park. Ray's on holiday but his Gameweek success hasn't gone unnoticed as we dissect last week's FPL performances; and we also look forward to Gameweek 6 as Ben's wildcard has been activated. We also take our customary look at the Minus 4 Super League's weekly winners. Finally there's a huge shout out to Kurt Zouma for his unbelievable start to the season.
Your essential Friday Everton FC listening is in! In the latest Royal Blue podcast, Adam Jones, Sam Carroll, Dave Prentice and host Phil Kikbride preview Sunday's trip to Bournemouth and wonder why Everton's record at Dean Court has been so poor, what will change it, and whether Fabian Delph is the answer. They also look at the Blues' starting XI from last season's corresponding fixture and ask whether Marco Silva now has a stronger side. Also on the agenda is the FA punishment handed out to Yerry Mina as well as Kurt Zouma's form and whether his Chelsea dip speaks volumes for the work Silva did with him at Goodison Park. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Talking Tactics discuss racism in football. In the past weeks Tammy Abraham, Kurt Zouma, Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, and others have been racially abused on social media; we discuss Twitter, and what happens on social media. Romelu Lukaku, Inter Milan, and Cagliari fans persistent racism. John Barnes telling Jadon Sancho about "real racism." Graeme Souness' comments on Everton's Moise Kean. And we wrap on Raheem Sterling, and the responsibility held by standard media. - Check our Patreon, and think about supporting us! https://www.patreon.com/join/talkingtactics - Rate us five stars on Apple Podcasts! https://getpodcast.reviews/id/1127264410 - Talking Tactics Special Coup de tête: bit.ly/2DXSMVk - Follow Talking Tactics https://twitter.com/TaIkingTactics https://facebook.com/TalkingTactics352 - Follow us https://twitter.com/HaveHopeHut https://twitter.com/Ankaman616 https://twitter.com/DanielTiluk
Welcome to the sixth serving of the superb Alan Myers podcast on all things Everton FC. We kick things off with Alan talking to Gavin Buckland and Paul Wheelock about Kurt Zouma, Ademola Lookman and pre-seasons past and present, which includes a brilliant story about the time Fabrizio Ravanelli turned down the chance to join the Blues despite Howard Kendall bringing out the finest China. One man who has signed for Everton is Andre Gomes and, in the first of the podcast's three interviews, we hear Alan's sitdown with the Portuguese playmaker at Finch Farm. The comes an update from a former Blues midfielder, Tony Grant, who is coaching alongside his big mate Robbie Fowler in Australia, before the main course - a funny, brilliant, and emotional long chat with much-loved ex-Everton winger Dave Thomas. It really is a must-listen - as is the whole podcast. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Fabian Delph may not be the star studded signing many Everton fans crave this Summer, but you won’t hear anyone moaning about the £9million purchase on this podcast. Marco Silva and Marcel Brands have gone against the grain with this transfer. The model of buying up and coming young, hungry, ambitious players, on low wages completely thrown out of the window with this one.Is that necessarily a bad thing, however? Delph may not be all those but what he does offer is a wealth of experience, a winning mentality, versatility and a real eagerness to play football. This week, host Ian Croll is joined by regular guest Connor Bennett and first timer Simon Paul, from the NSNO Everton Twitter account. The lads share their thoughts on the Delph transfer which quickly turned to a positive discussion of what he may bring to the squad. The remaining segments of the podcast includes discussion over what to do over Kurt Zouma, who should be next club captain following the release of Phil Jagielka and can we trust Keane and Mina to form a partnership as formidable as the main two from last season?All that and more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Andre Gomes was paraded in front on the media on Thursday afternoon after completing his £22m move from Barcelona to the Blues, where he had performed so impressively on loan last season. And after being asked to give his verdict on Everton's smart new kit, which he was wearing at the press conference, the classy Portuguese midfielder explained why he has chosen to make a permanent switch to Goodison and what his time at the Nou Cup was like. And amongst other topics addressed, Gomes expresses his love for Blues supporters - the feeling's mutual! - and discusses the chances of Kurt Zouma following in his path and putting pen to paper on a permanent deal. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Matt, Micky and Connor B round up the latest Everton stories. Pre-season, Yerry Mina and Kurt Zouma take up most of the conversation. We also get an update on the women's game from Sarah Halpin following England's 2-1 loss to the United States at the World Cup.
There's an unsurprising theme in this week's special midweek Royal Blue podcast. Everton completed the signing of Portuguese midfield maestro Andre Gomes late Tuesday and host Sam Carroll acted swiftly to pull together a crack team of pundits to discuss the transfer. The ECHO's Head of Sport Dave Prentice is joined by Everton reporter Adam Jones and Paul Wheelock as the guests wax lyrical about Gomes' potential at Goodison Park. As well as the bonus of securing a cut-price £22m deal for the 25-year-old, the importance of trusting Marco Silva, Marcel Brands and Bill Kenwright at the negotiating table is discussed, as well as who will be next through the doors at Finch Farm. Kurt Zouma's name crops up, naturally, while the future of Morgan Schneiderlin and several Everton misfits are all pondered. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Royal Blue Podcast returns after a busy week for Everton in the transfer market.On the same day that CSKA Moscow announced a £14m move for Nikola Vlasic, who spent last season on loan in Russia, Marcel Brands struck a £22m deal with Barcelona to sign Andre Gomes on a permanent deal.With talks ongoing with the Portuguese international, guests Dave Prentice, Adam Jones and Gavin Buckland discuss his importance to Marco Silva's midfield as well as the savvy nature of Vlasic's sale.Leighton Baines' new contract - confirmed on the same day as Vlasic and Gomes - is also discussed while attentions turn to Kurt Zouma and Chelsea's transfer ban.ECHO Head of Sport Dave and Everton's official club statistician Gavin also provide a tantalising - and exciting - teaser on the proposed ground move to Bramley-Moore Dock. Join host Sam Carroll and his guests for all the latest from Goodison Park. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
It's episode three of The Alan Myers Everton Podcast and, once again, he's lined up some big-name interviews - as well as bringing along some familiar voices. The show kicks off with Alan being joined by Royal Blue Podcast trio Dave Prentice, Adam Jones and Gavin Buckland to talk Farhad Moshiri, Luis Boa Morte, Andre Gomes, Kurt Zouma and transfers, as well as summer memories of being a Blue. Prenno's anecdote, in particular, is something else. You will then hear Alan's chat with former Everton midfielder and scout Tony Grant, before he jets off on a new adventure, before another must-listen podcast with a rare interview with Blues legend and current first-team coach Duncan Ferguson. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
With summer looming, increasingly the talk is turning to transfers, or as things currently stand at Everton, the lack of them. Yes, the Blues may have snapped up goalkeeper Jonas Lössl on a free, but links with further new additions have so far been in short supply. So why is it so quiet? And is that a cause for concern? Our top Blues reporting trio Phil Kirkbride, Dave Prentice and Adam Jones attempt to answer those questions and many more besides in your latest Royal Blue podcast. Two players Marco Silva and Marcel Brands definitely want to sign are Kurt Zouma and Andre Gomes. But what are the obstacles presently standing in their way and how long do you give it before moving on to new targets? Prenno gives an insight into what Howard Kendall used to do in situations such as these before Adam wonders whether Silva has the squad in place to cope if Everton were to start the new season without all their transfer business being done. Phil understands the Blues will not be chasing two players who have being linked with moves to Goodison Park but does confirm that the club is chasing a left-footed winger. But what does that mean for Ademola Lookman? Our men in the know discuss that before they focus on the clubs promoted from the Championship, which includes a nightclub recommendation from Prenno. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Friday's Royal Blue podcast focused on the players heading out of Goodison Park this summer. But the latest edition of our flagship show concentrates on the men who be could making permanent moves to Everton during the summer transfer window - starting with Jonas Lössl. The Huddersfield Town goalkeeper has been tipped to join the Blues on a free transfer. But what do our panel, Dave Prentice, Adam Jones and Gavin Buckland, make of that? One of our trio is 'underwhelmed' but his colleagues believe it represents sound transfer business with money needed for other areas of the pitch. But what, host Phil Kirkbride asks, does it mean for the highly-rated Joao Virginia? Whoever plays in goal, will they be lining up behind Kurt Zouma next season? Prenno, Adam and Gav are asked about Everton's chances of landing the Chelsea defender and if the deciding factor will be player power. The pursuit of Andre Gomes is also discussed with opinions split on where the midfielder sits in the Blues' list of priorities and just what exactly is the Portuguese's best position. And, not for the first time on this podcast, the issue of a new striker is raised. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
There may still be one Premier League game to go, but the transfer speculation has already started. And one story that will have concerned Evertonians emanating from Spain on Friday was that on-loan Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes has agreed to join Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur. Marco Silva played down those suggestions at his weekly press conference, but should Blues fans worry the classy Portuguese playmaker could go elsewhere? It's a clear Barcelona would like to move him on, but given the rebuilding job that is needed to be done at the Nou Camp, could that play into Everton's hands? And surely given the fact Gomes appears very happy at Goodison helps matters? Those are the questions host Phil Kirkbride, Adam Jones and Paul Wheelock attempt to answer in the latest Royal Blue podcast. They also talk Chelsea's transfer ban and what it means for the Blues' pursuit of Kurt Zouma. Hopefully the centre-back will be back in an Everton shirt next season, but Phil asks Adam and Paul which players who may appear in Sunday's trip to Tottenham will not don the Royal Blue again? One name in particular comes as a surprise. Before a must-listen podcast ends with predicted line-ups and scorelines for the Spurs clash. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Marco Silva was back in front of the media this afternoon for the final time this season - and we have every word the Everton manager had to say in what was an interesting press conference. The Blues head to Tottenham Hotspur's new ground on Sunday and Silva is asked whether it could be the perfect time to play Mauricio Pochettino's men given their exerts in midweek, when they produced a miraculous recovery to beat Ajax and qualify for the Champions League final. Tottenham's success is even more impressive given they did not sign a single player in the summer or January. But if reports from Spain are to be believed, Spurs are set to steal Andre Gomes from the under the noses of Everton, who were also dealt a blow this week in their pursuit of Kurt Zouma when Chelsea's transfer ban was upheld. Silva speaks on both subjects, as well as Morgan Schneiderlin's form, the futures of Phil Jagielka and Leighton Baines, the season as a whole, the excellent defensive record, and the areas of improvement for Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who the Blues boss confirms will be one of two strikers to miss the trip to Tottenham. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Everton will go into their last home game of the season at Goodison Park in good spirits after taking 17 points from the last 27 on offer, but did Saturday's 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace highlight a problem that has never really been solved since Romelu Lukaku's departure. It's one of the big talking points of the View from the Gwladys Street fans' podcast, featuring Blues Tom Clarke and Anthony McEllin and hosted by Paul Wheelock. The trio are full of praise for the job Dominic Calvert-Lewin has done leading the job but does the 22-year-old's lack of goal threat - for the time being at least - underline why the number one priority for Marco Silva and Marcel Brands this summer has to be a prolific striker. Potential targets are offered up while there is also a wilful discussion about Lukaku's form at Manchester United and some unsurprising comments from the forward. Despite the stalemate at Selhurst Park damaging Everton's chances of making Europe, there is plenty of praise and surprise at two statistics offered up by Paul, which banish a certain Silva myth. Talk then turns to the futures of loaees Kurt Zouma and Andre Gomes and stalwarts Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka, who could all be appearing in a blue shirt (or just at the ground, in the suspended Gomes' case) at Goodison for the last time on Friday against Burnley. Victory over Sean Dyche's side would strengthen Everton's prospects of finishing seventh, but even they were to come eighth, or lower, Tom and Anthony explain why this season has been so much better than last and why it offers real hope for the future. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Marco Silva was back in front of the media at Finch Farm this afternoon to preview Saturday's trip to Fulham - and much more else besides. The start of the press conference was dominated by transfer talk - namely reports linking Idrissa Gueye to Manchester United and Ajax Champions League star David Neres to Everton as well as the futures of on-loan duo Kurt Zouma and Andre Gomes. Silva also discusses positive comments made by Zouma, as well as the prospect of European football next season, the reason behind a run of five clean sheets in six matches and the form of Bernard. And as well as all that, the Blues boss gives an update on the fitness of Michael Keane, Morgan Schneiderlin and Yerry Mina. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
After the rousing 2-0 win at West Ham, the latest View from the Gwladys Street Everton fans' podcast, hosted by Paul Wheelock and featuring Connor O'Neil and John Howard, is an upbeat one. The trio pick the bones out of the best performance of Marco Silva's reign so far and pay tribute to the man who set the Blues on their way to an ultimately comfortable victory. There are also words of praise for Seamus Coleman. But does the captain's reversal in form mean the club does not need to sign another right-back this summer? Connor and John have their say on that before giving their verdict on whether Everton should pursue permanent deals for Andre Gomes and Kurt Zouma - and for how much. That leads to a debate about which player the Blues would be loathe to lose but may have to, as well as the job being done by Marcel Brands. Talk then turns to the battle for seventh place and possible Europa League qualification and Sunday's visit of Arsenal to Goodison. Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Everton's victory over West Ham at the London Stadium makes for an upbeat instalment of the Royal Blue podcast. Adam Jones waxes lyrical about the performance of Marco Silva's side while fellow guests Dave Prentice and Gavin Buckland are similarly enthused. Marcel Brands' comments at the London Innovation Summit are explored as Phil Kirkbride reports from the capital with Everton's director of football delivering a presentation and Q&A. Host Sam Carroll then talks Bernard and what he can bring to the team, whether Phil Jagielka and Leighton Baines deserve new deals at Goodison Park and why Kurt Zouma's set-piece goal should be a more regular occurrence for the Toffees. The podcast finishes on Everton's end-of-season awards evening after voting for the Dixies opened online. A unanimous vote quickly descends into debate as Lucas Digne, Richarlison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Gylfi Sigurdsson are all mooted for awards. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
It's been a disappointing campaign in general for Everton - but how have individual players fared?This week’s View from the Gwladys Street fan podcast focuses on how the players have performed so far this season.The scores are determined via ratings between 1-10 as host Ian Croll is joined by Rob Astell, Connor Bennett and Connor O’Neill who reveal some surprising highs and lows for certain individuals in Everton’s squad.How would you rate the likes of Theo Walcott, Jordan Pickford, Kurt Zouma, Richarlison and Andre Gomes, just to name a few?The lads pull no punches with their assessments.Get in touch via Twitter and let Ian, Rob and the two Connors know if you agree or disagree.@Iancroll1 @RobAstell @ConnorBennett14 @ConnorOn95 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Marco Silva has just sat down in front of the media to preview Tuesday's trip to Cardiff City - and we have every word the Everton manager had to say at Finch Farm right here.Silva talks how he would have dealt with Kepa Arrizabalaga's actions at Wembley on Sunday, and gives his reaction to the news that a financial settlement has been reached with his former club Watford, before he tackles the questions Blues fans will want answering.Namely, what his squad have been working on during their 17-day break, the conversations he has had with his players in an effort to turn Everton's season around, and just how important the Cardiff clash is.Silva also gives injury updates on Leighton Baines, Phil Jagielka and Yerry Mina and whether Chelsea's imminent transfer ban will hit his attempts to sign Kurt Zouma on a permanent basis.But the Blues boss probably saves his most impassioned answer until last. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Gerry, Max and Terry are back after a nice little break away from Everton which we all needed.What is Marco Silva's style of play, Andre Gomes and Kurt Zouma and Cardiff City are all the talking points on this episode. The lads finish the show with another “If You Know Your History” quiz with Max up against Terry Edited by TeebMedia - follow @teebmedia on Twitter
Gerry, Max and Terry are back after a nice little break away from Everton which we all needed.What is Marco Silva’s style of play, Andre Gomes and Kurt Zouma and Cardiff City are all the talking points on this episode. The lads finish the show with another “If You Know Your History” quiz with Max up against Terry Edited by TeebMedia - follow @teebmedia on Twitter
Manchester City are an absolute force... in particular Aguero... which is exactly what Chelsea fans found out in Gameweek 26. And guess what, Joe, a lifelong Chelsea fan felt the pain in a big way. The boys dissect exactly what it is about Man City that makes their players THE assets for any FPL team. Along with a bit of chat about fixture run-ins and Kurt Zouma's red card - the duo also take on Producer Luke's FPL quiz! Can you remember who the highest scoring player was in Gameweek 1 without checking? Well, it's time for you to give this a listen and play along!Subscribe, give us as many stars as you can fit in during the time it takes for Pep Guardiola to choose his starting 11 and follow us on Twitter at @AllOutAttackFPL.P.S - Happy Valentine's Day... don't forget to get your other half some chocolates or just get them the present of our podcast and share this episode with them!
In this episode we begin by touching on the Idrissa Gana Gueye transfer saga. We then discuss the lineup, tactics, and performance in the ugly but hard fought 1-0 win vs Huddersfield Town. Tom Davies and Kurt Zouma shone through with assured displays, and Cenk Tosun was back up top showing outstanding desire to play for the shirt. We end by predicting what Marco Silva will look to do without a true LB in the match vs Wolves on Saturday and give our score predictions as well.
It’s the eve of the FA Cup clash at Millwall, and the Royal Blue panel have reconvened for the latest episode of the must-listen Everton podcast.Host Phil Kirkbride gets matters under way by asking Dave Prentice, Gavin Buckland and Paul Wheelock whether the fourth-round tie is the most important game of the season? Not just in term of the club’s long search for silverware, but the increasing scrutiny on manager Marco Silva.Paul has been to the New Den in recent years and, after giving a taster of what the Blues can expect, Phil questions whether Silva has no other option to go with his strongest starting line-up. But does that include Yerry Mina?That in turns lead to a discussion over the future of Mina’s centre-back partners Kurt Zouma and Phil Jagielka before talk turns to the story that has got Evertonians talking – the little matter of the club shelling out the best part of £750,000 a week in wages to players who are nowhere near the first team.That jaw-dropping figure is certainly having an impact on Silva in the current transfer window – no news on the incomings front is definitely not good news, according to Prenno – and Gav and the rest of the lads wonder what effect it will have in the years going forward.One player who does look money well spent is Ademola Lookman, and Phil wonders whether the young winger is better now than he was a year ago when he forced through a loan move to the Bundesliga, before the pod rounds off with predictions for Millwall. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
That felt good.Admittedly, the first 30 minutes were poor, notwithstanding the difficult conditions and frankly dreadful officiating, but what came after that will have lifted the spirits of Everton fans.But, ultimately, the result was all that mattered, and second-half goals from Kurt Zouma and substitute Dominic Calvert-Lewin secured a much-needed 2-0 win over Bournemouth at a wet, windy and wild Goodison Park.It also made for a considerably more upbeat Post-Game podcast, which kicks off with the expert opinion of our Everton FC correspondent Phil Kirkbride, and the considered thoughts of our reporter Sam Carroll, who was beginning to feel a bit of a curse.You’ll then hear the conversation between our host Paul Wheelock and our man in the stands, Ian Croll, in which they get to vent their frustration about referee Anthony Taylor’s ‘performance’.And the podcast rounds off with the full audio from Blues boss Marco Silva’s press conference.Enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Host Sam Carroll is joined by our Everton FC correspondent Adam Jones and regular guest Gavin Buckland for the latest Royal Blue podcast.The trio start by dissecting the weekend's draw at Chelsea, in which the Blues brought home a battling point from the capital.Yerry Mina's impressive debut is also discussed as Marco Silva's defensive selection headache deepens. In a good way, of course.Michael Keane and Kurt Zouma's credentials are considered as Mina's partner when Everton return to action against Cardiff while the impact of both Andre Gomes and Gylfi Sigurdsson - who have returned home from international duty injured - is examined.The lads then delve into Theo Walcott's recent form, and whether Ademola Lookman's time is now, before also giving their verdict on VAR in the Premier League.You can join our Royal Blue podcast Facebook page and leave all your comments, ideas and feedback HERE. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Everton started the 2018/19 campaign with a 'dull' 2-2 draw against Wolves at MolineuxA good performance and almost certain win over the Premier League new boys looked certain up until the moment Phil Jagileka was award a controversial red card.The decision to send off Everton's captain has divided opinion despite him clearly taking the ball first before the man.In this week's View from the Gwladys Street podcast, Ian Croll, Tom Clarke, Mark Crotty and John Howard, discuss and debate Saturday afternoon's contentious decision.Other things on the agenda include the arrival of Kurt Zouma, a look ahead to Everton's first home game of the season against Southampton and why those links to Russian Billionaire Alisher Usmanov just won't go away.All that and a lot more in the latest View from the Gwladys Street podcast – a podcast by the fans for the fans. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
There are no shortage of talking points on today's Royal Blue podcast.A deadline day to remember, four signings and the start of a new season under a new manager give the panel plenty to get their teeth stuck into.Everton Correspondent Phil Kirkbride is joined by Gav Buckland and Joe Rimmer to talk about the wave of optimism surrounding Goodison on the back of a frenetic final day of the window where Bernard, Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes were signed - and were joined by Kurt Zouma today.We analyse some of the key selection decisions Marco Silva now faces, debate the merits in signing a trio of players from Barcelona and ponder what next for a couple of Blues' stalwarts.The second part of the podcast focuses on the new season and we chew over what would represent success for Everton this term.Sit back, relax and enjoy For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Nathan Staples, Claudio Perfetto, Andrew Thompson and Rich Allen bring you the latest from the transfer window as Jerome Boateng eyes the French capital, Lazio look set to keep Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Manchester United take a look at Kurt Zouma.
Big Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew returning to the fold in the same week? What a Ramble bonanza/sign of just how many chances these particular British managers get. Big Sam at least gets a warm welcome to Goodison Park after Wayne Rooney’s midweektacular hat trick against despair’s West Ham, Man City keep up their daunting run and Arsenal turn a corner. Again. Elsewhere there’s a surprising career change for a croaky favourite, an unnecessary banishment, a gun and a Quantum Leap reference that really shouldn’t be so hard to understand. This show is sponsored by bet365 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Ryan O’Hanlon, and Micah Peters express their displeasure at the untimely international break (2:00), question the controversial refereeing in the Liverpool–Manchester City match (5:50), and analyze Stoke City’s decision to play Kurt Zouma out of position (11:20). Then, they debate whether Stoke City is actually good (22:25), scrutinize Crystal Palace’s change of managers (27:00), and zoom out to examine all of European soccer, including possible Champions League sleepers (36:30).
This weeks pod covers everything you need to know about the Chelsea youngsters who have a chance to impress Don Conte this preseason. We cover all the latest transfer rumors including the status of Kurt Zouma, Danilo, and Bakayoko. We finish off with our trend of picking apart a top 6 side and giving our predictions with Tottenham on the chopping block. #Ktbffh --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/romans-empire0/support
Host Ceri Levy is joined by Garry Hayes down at Cobham, Chelsea's training ground. People they meet on their travels are Chelsea's Kurt Zouma, Victor Moses and journalists Naz Kinsella from Goal UK and ESPN's Liam Twomey. chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered By Ceri Levy and Oli Slack A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk
I: Wearing a soccer jersey to a Super Bowl party Break I: We get a Premier League update from @SoccerNiggas II: Liverpool fan protest and How happy is Matt Miazga about Kurt Zouma's injury? Break II: Another soccer update from @SoccerNiggas III: Kirby's Corner! (News Flash Segment)
Andy Saunders is joined by music industry legends Seb Fontaine and Korda Marshall! The boys talk dead rubbers, squad rotation, and the win against Sporting! Did we get lucky at Hull? Were we right to boo? Are we running low on energy levels? Produced by Paul Myers A Playback Media Production http://playbackmedia.co.uk