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We get to the international break sitting pretty in 8th place after a 0-0 against Middlesbrough.We try and find out how we got here and what are the chances we can keep this up? #rufc #Rotherhamunited #EFLThis show is supported by Athletic Green, they are going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/ROTHERHAM. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
I dette afsnit af Under Stregen taler vi kun Championship, hvor 10 runder er spillet og meget allerede er sat på spidsen, men alt stadig også er åbent.DEL1 - 0.27* Vi analyserer fyringerne af Danny Schofield og Steven Morison i Huddersfield og Cardiff.Fortjent eller for tidligt?* Derefter ser vi på Middlesbrough og West Brom, hvor Wilder og Bruce kan blive de næste på blokken.Hvad er gået galt? Hvem har størst overlevelseschance?DEL 2 - 1.18.08* Alex Neiller skiftet fra Sunderland til Stoke.Thomas er faldet ned og vi kan nu analysere situationen * Jon Dahl i BlackburnHvad kan vi forvente? Vi kigger på truppen, han har at arbejde med.* Reading overraskelse eller abnormalitet?Reading ligger på 3. Pladsen og har overrasket alle. Er de gode eller er det med gejst?Alt det og meget meget mere i dette afsnit af Under Stregen.Vi er snart tilbage med Under Stregen om League One og League Two også.
Stamford Chidge & Jonathan Kydd are joined by Chelsea authors Mark Meehan and Mark Worrall to look back at Chelsea's 2003-04 season.In part two we pick up the story in the New Year and as is traditional the focus was on the FA Cup. It took a replay to get past Watford and then a fraught 1-0 win away to lowly Scarbrough before a 5th round tie against our nemesis Arsenal. Jose Antonio Reyes two goals in the second half make it four years in a row that Arsenal knocked Chelsea out of the FA Cup. Sickening, and made worse by a 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in the League days later. Would we ever beat Arsenal? At that moment it seemed unlikley.Meanwhile, Chelsea were progressing to the Champions League quarter finals courtesy of a 1-0 win away to Stuttgart Chelsea's 16th away win of the season and a new record. But who would their opponents be? Arsenal of course!Chelsea drew the first leg at home 1-1 in a cagey affair where Desailly was sent off. But could Chelsea do what no team had managed to do this season and beat Arsenal? In one of the most dramatic and memorable matches in the club's history, Chelsea won 2-1 with Wayne Bridge's winning goal (that sent us out of control) three minutes time meaning 17 games of hurt were now over. Arsenal players were on their knees and in tears and disbelief at the final whistle. Claudio Ranieri was in tears too and we were ecstatic. Joyous. The casualty of our European success was the league where a 0-0 draw at home to Middlesbrough, a 3-2 defeat away to Villa and 0-0 draw at home to Everton ended our title hopes. It all came down to the Champions' League semi-final, against unfancied Monaco, managed by former blue Didier Deschamps.In the away leg, under pressure Ranieri who had been called a 'dead man walking' for several weeks now, completely lost the plot. Not helped by having to play Ambrosio due to Cudicin's lengthy spell injured and some extraordinarily bizzarre substitutions when we should have held out for a 1-1 draw, the 3-1 defeat left Chelsea a mountain to climb in the second leg. This proved to be the case although Chelsea were unlucky to concede a goal thanks to Ibarra's hand on the stroke of half-time when 2-0 up and looking good. Ulitmately Chelsea and Ranieri had blown it in the first leg.A good 1-1 draw and a 1-0 defeat of Leeds to relegate them was enough to secure Chelsea's highest league position since 1955, but this was not enough for Abramovich as Ranieri's walk came to an end a few weeks later. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Craig Hignett is with us for this week's episode, talking through his playing career at Crewe, Middlesbrough, Dundee, Barnsley and Blackburn before moving into management and coaching back at Boro and Hartlepool. Including Billy Whitehurst's Kungfu techniques, Gazza's haircare treatment, Fabrizio Ravanelli's Milk Bill & Tugay smoking like a trooper. "Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/cosh or use code cosh to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Four Months FREE. It's completely risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!"➡️ https://nordvpn.com/cosh
On Monday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar discuss the report that Gregg Berhalter is considering calling up dual national Alejandro Zendejas. Next the guys react to the report that Middlesbrough head coach will stick with GK Liam Roberts over Zack Steffen as the starter going forward. Then we look into Santiago Gimenez' brace in the UEL. Are you cool with Gimenez taking the PK over Feyenoord captain Orkun Kökcü? Then ESPN Reporter Jeff Carlisle joins the show to give us the latest on the Merritt Paulson controversy. Next, Ethan Horvath sits down with ESPN Correspondent Sam Borden in the latest instalment of Road to Qatar series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Check out English Championship Football League picks & predictions for Matchday 10 from Betting Weekly™: EFL Championship. You'll hear soccer betting odds and analysis from experts George Elek and Jack Wright. Get insights on Middlesbrough v Cardiff City, Reading v Sunderland, and West Bromwich Albion v Birmingham City.Subscribe today so you never miss our expert EFL picks!
Malcolm Christie concludes his emotional journey in this week's part two, talking through his move from Derby County to Middlesbrough, dealing with Imposter syndrome, mistreated injuries, more mistreated injuries, and struggling with the breakdown of his career."Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/cosh or use code cosh to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Four Months FREE. It's completely risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!"➡️ https://nordvpn.com/cosh
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach discuss Middlesbrough v Sunderland and look ahead to the weekend's Championship games. Boro win in the Tees-Wear derby! Burnley v Norwich! Watford v Reading! Hawkeye admits a cock up! It's the Second Tier. Get a 200% bonus on sports deposits up to £200 with our friends at FansBet! Claim the Welcome Offer here: https://bit.ly/3Cc5dfZ #AD Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It massively helps up and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A disappointing Monday night for the Lads meant it was Boro who won the derby-not-derby on Teesside. However, losing was far from our biggest concern of the night, with Ross Stewart and Dennis Cirkin looking like they've picked up significant injuries which could cause havoc across our squad. Brad Sharp and the returning Dave Lawrence join me to pick apart our loss on Teesside and all the talking points from Monday's game. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #BORO #EFLChampionship
John has been announcing for over 20 years, covering Sunderland for a long time and now at 'Boro.Join Rich Hurst of West Brom and Alan Keegan of Man Utd to talk about his favourite moments as the man with the mic. He's had Hollywood stars for the half time draw and been insulted by Brian Clough and seen some incredible moments at Ayrsome Park, The Riverside, Roker Park at the Stadium of Light (including THAT day when Alan was poised to present Utd with the Premier League trophy, only for Man City to snatch the title at the death!)There's also another review of some of the tunes @shootmusic are sending round to stadium DJ's right around the world.
Jessica Stephens is a 30 year old mum from Middlesbrough, United Kingdom (UK) who is affected with Ornithine Transcarbalmalyse, shortened as OTC Deficiency. Jessica lost her second baby, August, tragically to OTC deficiency when he was 3 days old in September 2020. It took around 9 months until she was diagnosed as a “carrier” of OTC. Jessica knew she still wanted to continue her family but with a 50% chance of passing on the gene variant again, she was unsure what to do. When she found out she was pregnant again in November 2021, she had a blood test to determine the sex of the baby, which confirmed he was a boy. She proceeded with a CVS to test the amniotic fluid and determine if her son was affected by OTC. Unfortunately, it was determined that her son did in fact have OTC deficiency as well. She decided that the kindest thing to do would be to end the pregnancy, as she couldn't bare the thought of him suffering in pain like his older brother. He was born silently on January 16, 2022, his family called him Blake Arthur Stephens. This is their story. As a disclaimer, this podcast series features sensitive topics. Understand that the opinions and topics do not express or represent the organizations personal feelings on any matter but are here to solely share the guest speaker's journey and life's experiences. These opinions and stories are theirs and theirs alone.
Paul Addison, Neil Maddison & Dana Malt with reaction to Boro's 1-0 Tees-Wear derby victory over Sunderland in the Championship at the Riverside Stadium. Riley McGree scored the only goal of the game after 25 minutes. Including interviews with manager Chris Wilder and matchwinner McGree. Produced by the team at BBC Radio Tees Sport.
My guest on this episode is David Pottinger - a young Modernist from Middlesbrough and one of the fellas behind the brilliant Move on Up Blog. The website was created with his childhood best friend Graham Barber, with a desire to contribute to the scene and write about their passions of football, clothing and music. We chat about his love of The Jam and Paul Weller and his crazy Summer of 2015, and the events that led to a then-20-year-old-David getting to interview Paul Weller for the About The Young Idea TV Documentary!. Find out more at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/episode-111-david-pottinger If you enjoy this episode of the podcast - please share on your social media channels - and leave a review and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/store
A week is a long time in football - and despite the last 7 days disruption, Sunderland appear be stronger than they have been for some time. However, a first 'derby' of the season is sure to test the Lads, as we make our way to Boro on Monday night a game that will be live on Sky. The Boro have been struggling so far this season and sit in an unexpected 20th position. We grabbed Jonny from the excellent Boro Breakdown podcast to get the lowdown on Chris Wilder, Boro's form in 22/23 and our little old boys reunion on Monday. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #UTB #EFLChampionship
On Season 2, Episode 9 of the You Orns! podcast host and lifelong Watford FC supporter Omar Moore reviews Watford 2, Middlesbrough 1 in the EFL Championship at Vicarage Road (played on Aug. 30, 2022.) Watford overcome a Vic 100 hangover and exude confidence and character for a dramatic late win courtesy of Vakoun Bayo against Middlesbrough at The Vic. Plus: Watford FC Women roll on at Bridgwater United, making it two wins from two. And: Some Watford FC fans are apparently without logic or perspective on Rob Edwards. Follow You Orns! (Twitter) at https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC. This podcast is available on numerous podcasting platforms. Episode publish date: August 30, 2022. The YOU ORNS! Ten Minute Take (on YOU ORNS! YouTube Channel) Watford 2, Middlesbrough 1: https://bit.ly/3pWWNUn Subscribe to the You Orns! YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3h2hZnd FYI: Watford news, match reports and stories: https://youornswfc.wordpress.com. Follow You Orns! on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC Follow You Orns! on Instagram: https://instagram.com/YouOrnsWFC. #WatfordFC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/omar-moore8/support
Vakoun Bayo scores a 93rd minute winner to ensure Watford seal the 3 points on the 100 year anniversary of Vicarage Road. The lads also talk about some of their memorable moments at The Vic over the years! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So the centenary of the first game at the Vic. Fireworks, former players but a false start. JP had an exceptional game and one hopes that it was not for the scouts as we are 48 hours from the close of the transfer window. So a goal in the last minute to win is a tonic, just what the doctor ordered after QPR on Saturday, but whilst happy we acknowledge that there is still a certain element of "papering over the cracks" with the last minute winner and we discuss the good, the bad and the Bayo! COYH! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the evening Watford celebrated 100 years at Vicarage Road the team gave us a special moment with a last minute winner. Jon, Jason, Mike and DCW discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike, Jason and Jordi convene after Watford's 3-2 loss to QPR to pick the bones out of the match and assess what is not quite working for Rob Edwards' side on the pitch at the moment, and there's discussion of the many off pitch issues too as the squad continues to exist in a state of flux ahead of the window shutting next week. There's also a chat with Adam Leventhal for the latest on the status of Joao Pedro and Ismalia Sarr, plus we hear from Xisco Munoz after Adam caught up with him exclusively for The Athletic last week. AND with the 100 years of Vicarage Road celebrations about to kick into full gear on Tuesday at the match v Middlesbrough, we hear from Geoff Wicken about the new book he has written to celebrate this landmark date in Watford's history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach preview all the weekend games in the Championship. Luton v Sheffield United! Sunderland v Norwich! Middlesbrough v Swansea! Watford's owners sell a player to themselves! It's the Second Tier. Get a 200% bonus on sports deposits up to £200 with our friends at FansBet! Claim the Welcome Offer here: https://bit.ly/3Cc5dfZ #AD Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It massively helps up and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's two wins in a row, and three out of three at home, for Reading in the Championship. As well as looking back at the action, we hear from manager Paul Ince on the rumours about Lucas João's future. Plus - a regal spectator at the SCL Stadium, and a reminder of some famous faces we've seen in the Royals crowd, back in the day. Presented by Rita Green.
Before Manchester United made the headlines a few hours later, Reading were the ones conceding four shambolic goals in the first half on Saturday afternoon as they were comfortably beaten 4-0 by Rotherham United. Olly Allen and Ben Thomas lead the therapy session on episode 305 of The Tilehurst End Podcast and ponder how much we should be panicking over this early season result. It's also impossible to avoid talking about Joe Lumley's catalogue of errors, but Tom McIntyre and Tom Holmes aren't let off the hook either. Plus, your questions are answered in the mailbag, there's a round up of all the latest goings on at Reading in newsbites and finally a look ahead to two home games in the next week against Blackburn Rovers and Middlesbrough. Sponsored by ZCZ Films, The Tilehurst End Podcast can be taken in via PodBean, Spotify, Acast, YouTube or iTunes. Furthermore, thanks to all listeners who continue to pledge to our Patreon campaign. Listeners can always get in touch with the podcast via our Twitter and Facebook pages as well as our email, firstname.lastname@example.org, with thoughts on the show, opinions on the team, and potential topics to sink our teeth into always welcome. Show Order Recap - 03:19 Mailbag - 28:53 Newsbites - 40:35 Big Match Preview - 46:34
Ben and Andrew go through the entertaining 2-2 draw at Chris Wilder's Middlesbrough, as Sander Berge and a Ryan Giles own goal twice put the Blades ahead but defensive lapses see the points slip away. We discuss Max Lowe's game of two halves, Brewster's promising cameo, and some questionable use (or non-use) of substitutes... Finally, we finish with a preview of this week's game with Sunderland, talk briefly about the new kits, and Lys Mousset has a Bundesliga club! Thanks as always for listening, and UTB!
The guys went live during the MLS All-Star game to cover the match and discuss the latest USMNT news. All-Star went as expected but the real excitement is happening abroad, specifically in Leeds. Brenden Aaronson and Tyler Adams both impressed in their debut win against Wolves with the former adding his name to the scoresheet in his debut. Tyler Adams place is safe but is there a world where BA moves past Pulisic on the depth chart? Plus, Matthew Hoppe makes his move to Middlesbrough to join a still shaky Zach Steffen - what does Hoppe need to do to book his ticket to Qatar? Finally, the guys play a game and assign seats and airline classes to the USMNT based on performance. Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bestiessoccer Instagram: https://instagram.com/thebestsoccershow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebestsocce Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thebestsoccershow
De Nederlandse clubs kennen een goede Europese week en zijn alle drie door naar play-offs. AZ en FC Twente wonnen beiden hun thuisduel. In de AD Voetbalpodcast bespreekt Etienne Verhoeff het met Johan Inan. Daarnaast praten ze over de transfers bij Ajax, drinkprotocollen en meer. ‘Ik heb genoten van AZ en FC Twente', blikt Inan terug op die wedstrijden. 'Die eerste helft van AZ was een soort sprookje. Het was fris met veel jonge jongens. En Twente deed wat het moest doen. Maar ook daar leuke dingen gezien. Vooral die van Christos Tzolis. Volgende week Fiorentina. Daar zou Twente wel tegen kunnen stunten.'De topclubs verhuren ondertussen spelers die niet meer nodig zijn. Bij PSV is het lijstje geïnteresseerden in Gakpo steeds aan het groeien. Maar in Amsterdam is het opvallend stil rondom Antony. ‘Het prijskaartje van Antony is te hoog. Tachtig miljoen. En het is wel onderhandelbaar. Maar dan kom je uit op een miljoen of zeventig. Dat vinden Engelse clubs wel veel geld. Hoeveel toptransfers met zulke bedragen hebben we gehad deze zomer?' Jørgen Strand Larssen kost een stuk minder. Maar zijn transfer naar Middlesbrough is van de baan. ‘Kan me voorstellen dat het wel even in het koppie van de speler gaat zitten. Elf miljoen is toch een mooi bedrag voor FC Groningen. En dan moet je toch een goede spits voor kunnen halen als club voor een paar miljoen?'Beluister de hele podcast nu via AD.nl, de AD App of jouw favoriete podcastplatform.Support the show: https://krant.nlSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Steve Crossman is joined by the Preston North End manager Ryan Lowe, the former Leyton Orient and Reading midfielder Jobi McAnuff and EFL expert Mark Clemmit to reflect on the EFL Cup first round. As half of the clubs in the Championship have already been knocked out by lower league opposition at the first round stage, the panel debate whether the EFL Cup is a distraction or an opportunity. Barrow manager Pete Wild joins the pod after his side knocked Blackpool out of the EFL Cup on Tuesday night and tries to sign a ‘young up-and-coming player' from Steve Crossman. And Morecambe goalkeeper Connor Ripley is reunited with his former manager Ryan Lowe – to celebrate his side's victory over Stoke City on Tuesday – and to re-live their football break-up… Topics: 2'00” – Why have so many Championship clubs been knocked out so early on? 6'20” – Reaction to Middlesbrough's 1-0 defeat to Barnsley 9'36” – Interview with Middlesbrough manager Chris Wilder 11'20” – Barrow manager Pete Wild 25'30” – Morecambe goalkeeper Connor Ripley
We review our dominant (at least in the first half) 2-0 victory over Millwall at Bramall Lane and preview our upcoming Carabao Cup match against West Bromwich Albion as well as our game at Middlesbrough this coming Sunday, August 14. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter https://www.facebook.com/theredhalfofsheffield/ Twitter - @redsheffield Blades in the USA https://www.facebook.com/bladesintheusa/ Twitter - @bladesintheusa Noah Snyder Instagram - @Sunpuck Twitter - @Nessman930 Chad Jarvis Instagram and Twitter - @cjarvis_13 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chad-jarvis13/support
A crime solving dog, Middlesbrough twinned with Pyongyang, Azerbaijan's most famous man, what's buried underneath Wembley Stadium, conspiracies and a big dirty giraffe all feature in the story of the hardly-ever-talked-about 1966 World Cup in England. Support ko-fi.com/worldcupofworldcups Email email@example.com Featuring @jamesecook and @comedysavage
It starts. Another new season. Another beginning for a bunch of Between the Sticks from now until May. All the same stuff: Premier League to League Two and anything outside of that which warrants special goalkeeper attention. And by the same stuff, we do sadly mean an immediate return for Commentary Corner. Jamie Carragher flexed his analytical inadequacies when it comes to goalkeeping in running the rule on Aaron Ramsdale, David de Gea and Robert Sanchez this weekend. In more positive news... - Illan Meslier and Edouard Mendy started their respective campaigns in solid fashion - Wes Foderingham sounded the first Goalkeeper Assist klaxon of the season - Double stops from Christian Walton and David Stockdale helped bag three points for Ipswich and Sheffield Wednesday respectively - Sol Brynn, on loan at Swindon from Middlesbrough, threw his hand in the ring for a Save of the Week contender
It's another pint sized preview sponsored by Magic Rock! Brady, Tom, Matt & Dave take a look at Middlesbrough, their transfer dealings and how they're shaping up for the season with some predictions. Jonny Bullock from The Boro Breakdown lets us know what it'll take to see Boro challenging up at the top. Episode sponsored by Magic Rock Brewing. Use code AHTTC10 for 10% off online purchases. Intro - Fiery Breeze Artwork - Johnny Hildred, Tom Bradshaw, Matt Shaw
We're still fighting for this title, and he's got to go to Middlesbrough and get something, and... and... I'll tell you, honestly, I will love it if we beat them, love it!AbroadInJapanPodcast@gmail.com for all your messages! Have a cracking week, legends x See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On Thursday's episode of Futbol Americas, Sebastian Salazar is joined by Sacramento Republic's Rodrigo Lopez to discuss his teams upset of Sporting KC in the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup. Next, Orlando City head coach Oscar Pareja joins the show to talk about Orlando City's win over NY Red Bulls in the other semifinal matchup. Then Zack Steffen sits down with Sebi for an exclusive interview where he discusses his move to Middlesbrough, his time at Man City, and the USMNT as they prepare for the World Cup. Then Maurico Pedroza joins the show to talk about Diego Lainez' move to Sporting Braga and Dani Alves' debut with Pumas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's Lambeth Week! The Lambeth Conference is a gathering of bishops every ten years from across the Anglican Communion — though the schedule occasionally gets off track, such as during WWII and the Covid pandemic. They meet for prayer and reflection, fellowship and dialogue on church and world affairs. Why should you, O listener who may not be an Anglican bishop, or even an Anglican, care about the Lambeth Conference? We'll get to that. What has been up since the last Lambeth Conference in the church globally? The last 14 years in the world? Quite a lot. How will church leaders respond to complex questions on issues like Christian teaching on human sexuality and human rights? How will they make room for everyone at the table? Is there safe space to be honest, and how do people who disagree discern the call of the gospel together? How do you reconcile ecclesial tensions and heal old wounds? What do we make of former Abp. Rowan Williams's and Abp. Justin Welby's different approaches to the paradoxes and pressures of Anglicanism, including the rise of the ACNA and GAFCON, and important bishops who boycott the conference altogether? We'll discuss all of these things and more with the Rev. Dr. Andrew Goddard and the Rev. Dr. David Goodhew. Andrew Goddard was on a previous episode discussing the Living in Love and Faith curriculae. He's assistant minister at St James the Less, Pimlico, London; tutor in Christian ethics at Ridley Hall in Cambridge and Westminster Theological Centre; and member of the Church of England Evangelical Council. He published two recent pieces on our Covenant blog on "Lambeth in Retrospect." David Goodhew is a visiting fellow of St. Johns College, Durham University, and vicar at St. Barnabas Church, Middlesbrough, England. He has also been prolific on Covenant lately with four articles: "Lambeth 2022 and African Anglicanism"; "Is the Anglican Communion Growing or Dying? New Data"; "Whither the CofE?"; and "The Episcopal Church in 2050." Read the Windsor Report. Read the Lambeth Calls. Keep up with Lambeth news on livingchurch.org or by following us on Twitter or Facebook. Read our blog, Covenant. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/living-church/support
Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd and Mark Meehan to look back at the 2002-03 season.In part two we pick the season up in January. We lose to Arsenal away, again, 3-2 thanks to two goals in two minutes even though we get two back two minutes later. Chelsea beat Charlton 4-1 at home on what looks like a sandpit. We play like Brazil; Charlton lodge a complaint about the pitch.While our league form is good and keeps us in the top four, all eyes are on FA Cup success. After dispatching Middlesbrough, Shrewsbury and Stoke City, we face our bogey team Arsenal in the quarter-final. We draw 2-2 at Highbury having outplayed Arsenal for much of the match which means a replay at Stamford Bridge. Surely this time we can lay the bogey to rest? Sadly not as Chelsea lose 3-1 on an awful awful night including an own goal by John Terry, now sharing the captain's duties with Marcel Desailly. Still hopes are high for a top four finish and Champions' League qualification whilst the title challenge slipped away. A wobble with defeats away to Villa (battling relegation) and West Ham (who get relegated) means it all boils down to the last match of the season at home to Liverpool.In one of the most important matches in Chelsea's history, a place in the top four is at stake with the winner taking all. Liverpool go ahead on 11 minutes with Desailly equalising 3 minutes later. Gronkjaer is the unlikely hero with a shot bent in to the right hand corner thanks to him slipping as he kicked it. Chelsea hang on to win and Zola comes on for a cameo for what would be his last appearance for Chelsea and gives Carragher twisted blood for old times sake. What we didn't know at the time was that had Chelsea lost, the club may well have gone in to administration having announced debts of £99 million and a loss of £16.4 million. Not only did Chelsea's victory guarentee lucrative Champions' League football, it paved the way a few weeks later for the arrival of Roman Abramovich and things at Chelsea would never be the same again... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tottenham signed Djed Spence from Middlesbrough. Diop Tehuti Djed-Hotep Spence is an English professional footballer who plays as a right-back for Premier League club Tottenham. Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, commonly referred to as Tottenham or Spurs, is an English professional football club based in Tottenham, London. It competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. Image Credit: djedspence/twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/DjedSpence/status/1530991112176934912/photo/1
HARRY'S SHAVER: https://www.harrys.com/en/gb/shaun In the Sayers' film, Paul Venis plays the infamous Lee Duffy, an ex-boxer and bouncer from South Bank, Middlesbrough. Prior to his violent death in 1991, Lee had survived three attempts on his life. Heavily involved in drugs and violence, Paul's life parallels Lee's until Paul emerges as a pro fighter: Unbeaten K1 world champion, British, European and world champion (31 Fights, 31 Wins, 30 KO's). Make sure to support the podcast and give your own ‘shower shave' a go, by redeeming a free Harry's Trial Set. All you cover is £3.95 for delivery. Just head to https://www.harrys.com/en/gb/shaun to have your set delivered and start a Shave Plan. Your freebie will be added at checkout!
In Jamie Boyle's kitchen, Big Brother winner Alex Reid shares his thoughts on life, Middlesbrough, northern gangsters and trolls. HARRY'S SHAVER: https://www.harrys.com/en/gb/shaun Make sure to support the podcast and give your own ‘shower shave' a go, by redeeming a free Harry's Trial Set. All you cover is £3.95 for delivery. Just head to https://www.harrys.com/en/gb/shaun to have your set delivered and start a Shave Plan. Your freebie will be added at checkout!
Stamford Chidge and Martin King interview Gary Chivers, who played for Chelsea from 1979 to 1983. Having joined Chelsea as a youth player, Gary Chivers made his debut as an 18 year old against Middlesbrough in April 1979. By a strange quirk of fate Gary's last match for the club was also against Middlesbrough a mere four years later, with the club escaping a drop in to Division Three by the skin of their teeth. In between, Gary enjoyed or more accurately endured some of the leanest, up and down eras of Chelsea Football Club. In an engaging interview, Gary talks about players such as Ron Harris, Ray Wilkins, Mike Fillery, Duncan McKenzie and Johan Cruyff and the managers he played for such as Danny Blanchflower and Geoff Hurst as well as some of the matches he played in. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's episode of Bone & Beam United, the guys open the show talking a little about jerseys and Cucho Hernandez, before diving into the Crew's 2-1 win in Toronto on Wednesday night (6:58). Then, the guys discuss the Nordecke speaking out about a recent Supreme Court decision while the team has stayed silent (14:00). Also, Jacob Myers of the Columbus Dispatch wrote an interesting piece about Alexandru Matan's weird lack of playing time this season (18:12). And, despite their disdain for the team, the boys blast MLS for not allowing the Sounders to wear CCL patches on their uniforms (23:18). Finally, they wrap up the show on Zack Steffen's struggles, him joining Middlesbrough, and how all that impacts the USMNT (32:58). As always you can follow along with the guys on twitter here, here, and here: Other links from the show: Nordecke Statement Jacob Myers article