Juventus entered its matchup with Chelsea as the underdog. They not only one, but they turned in a classic Max Allegri performance and went into the international break with plenty of momentum. On this week's episode of The Old Lady Speaks, we discuss: Looking back on Juve's 1-0 win over reigning European champions Chelsea, allowing Max Allegri's squad to take over the top spot in their Champions League group. Wait, Juventus' defense did WHAT against Chelsea? Are we feeling a little bit better about this team knowing what they've done in the last couple of games? Thoughts on Juventus' win over Torino in the Derby della Mole. A week after talking about Matthijs de Ligt, we talk about Matthijs de Ligt again — but in a much better kind of way. Twitter questions, including some stuff on the aforementioned Matthijs de Ligt, Paulo Dybala, Moise Kean, Federico Bernardeschi, Adrien Rabiot and Weston McKennie. You can follow us on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. Get all of our match coverage and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In de dagelijkse podcast van FC Afkicken bespreken Bruce en Neal op donderdag 9 september onder meer de recordreeks van de Italiaanse ploeg, de ontwikkeling van Moise Kean, vinden ze hét antwoord op de vraag of een buitenlandse bondscoach kan werken en is er discussie over Alireza Jahanbakhsh.(1:32) Interlands woensdag en de situatie bij de Italiaanse, Engelse en Griekse ploeg(13:45) Eredivisie-awards(20:02) Overname ADO is rond(22:28) Luuk de Jong gepresenteerd bij BarcelonaZie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Silly season is almost over. James and Ryan go over the summer window results - while Everton didn't do a ton of business, the deadline day was not without drama. The duo go through the details of the Moise Kean exit, take a hard look at the squad, the overall FFP implications, and go through some listener comments straight from the discord (with some level of PG censorship). LINKS: https://linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Production: James Harper Intro: Steve Barkwill Outro: Kenboib
Feargal Brennan, Marley Anderson and Ste McNorton preview the final hours of the Premier League transfer window.Manchester United have confirmed the details of Cristiano Ronaldo's Old Trafford return, West Ham snap up Nikola Vlasic and Moise Kean returns to Juventus.With Ronaldo arriving back at United, Dan James is expected to join Leeds, with Willian tearing up his Arsenal contract and Tottenham looking to bring Adama Traore to North London.The team also give their winners and losers from the window as well as looking back at some of the Premier League's most ridiculous deadline day stories.
As the transfer window heads into its final few days, Everton are right at the centre of most of the big deals taking place! Phil Kirkbride is joined by Dave Prentice, Adam Jones and Gav Buckland to get into the Blues' proposed swap swoop for Porto winger Luis Diaz with James Rodriguez being offered in exchange. With Cristiano Ronaldo linked with a Juventus exit - and Kylian Mbappe eyeing a move away from PSG, Moise Kean and Richarlison have both been rumoured with moves. Plus, there's the small matter of Everton's visit to Brighton to preview!
The Royal Blue podcast team gather for the second time this week as they look ahead to Everton's game with Leeds United. Host Phil Kirkbride is joined by Dave Prentice, Adam Jones and Gav Buckland to preview the trip to Elland Road. How will the Blues' players keep a ferocious home support quiet, as Leeds play a Premier League game in front of their fans for the first time since 2004? Will Rafa Benitez stick with the side that defeated Southampton or does he have to make changes at the back? The panel try to answer these questions as well as discussing the arrival of new signing Andy Lonergan, the state of play with regards Everton's transfer business as well as the futures of James Rodriguez and Moise Kean. Enjoy.
Sam Carroll is back in the host chair for the latest Royal Blue podcast, looking back on the opening day win over Southampton and the transfer window. Joined by Phil Kirkbride, Dave Prentice and Adam Jones they analyse Everton's win over the Saints with Rafa Benitez beginning his Blues tenure with a win at Goodison Park. The debut showings of Demarai Gray and Andros Townsend are also dissected with the two wingers giving cause for optimism. Plus, Everton's transfer needs are debated, including whether or not Moise Kean and James Rodriguez will remain at the club beyond the close of the window and what signings Marcel Brands will be hoping to land. Enjoy.
Everton stars Moise Kean and James Rodriguez have both been up to some interesting activity on social media which has led some to believe an exit from Goodison Park may be imminent for the pair. (Part 2, 19:13) Harry Kane's desired move to Manchester City has taken another twist as Tottenham aren't prepared to negotiate even with a £125m offer on the table - and Cristiano Ronaldo's name has even been thrown in to the mix. (Part 3, 31:19) Why did Tammy Abraham choose Roma when Premier League sides were interested?
Ahead of the start of the new season, David Hughes and Josh Williams are back with an analytical take of what Everton can achieve for the coming campaign. Discussing the make-up of Rafa Benitez's squad, Demarai Gray's role he could play at Goodison Park upon arriving this summer as well as Moise Kean's wish to leave are all covered. Linking to Ademola Lookman and Nikola Vlasic's Everton careers, Dave and Josh also consider why the move to Everton hasn't worked for Kean. Plus there's a preview of the opening game of the new season against Southampton. Enjoy.
Dave Prentice and Gavin Buckland join Phil Kirkbride for the latest Royal Blue podcast, which starts with a preview of Everton's final pre-season friendly at Manchester United on Saturday, and what we need to see from it. James Rodriguez and Moise Kean look likely to feature at Old Trafford but their futures look far from certain - at a time when Everton need them to be, especially with financial regulations to keep right side of. Other clubs have no such concerns and after debating the spending of Aston Villa, who have money to burn following the £100m sale of Jack Grealish to Manchester City, the panel look at the possible return of former Blues striker Romelu Lukaku to the Premier League and Chelsea. But it's another return that gets Phil, Gav and Prenno truly excited, with the countdown now well and truly on for a full Goodison Park house once again on Saturday week.
Ned is today joined by Ped to discuss Everton's summer transfer window so far and what they think we need to bring in.They also evaluate the pre-season thus far. Get More Shows See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week sees the blues Ian Mills and Andrew Price kick off the show with their excitement about work finally starting on developing the new stadium at Bramley Moor, and what that could mean for the club going forward. Talk moves on to the recent 1-0 pre season victory with Moise Kean on the score sheet before looking at the likelihood of going into the season without James Rodriguez. The reds, Phil Roberts and Gary Murray, come in here to talk over the return of Gomez and Van Dijk in their recent 4-3 defeat to Hertha Berlin, as well as the enigma that is Naby Keita looking good in these pre season fixtures. The reds move to look at a Jordan Henderson's contract talks stalling and the potential of the captain leaving the club. This week in history is next with the blues looking back at Romelu Lukaku signing for the club and the impact he had. The reds look more recently, at the signing of Adrian in 2019 which turned out to be a master stroke as he started the premier league campaign which Liverpool were eventual winners, winning every game as well as the UEFA super cup and club World Cup. The show ends with a game of “Who am I” hosted by Phil.
Adam Jones, Sam Carroll and Chris Beesley join host Phil Kirkbride for the latest Royal Blue podcast, following the return to training of the Everton players under new manager Rafa Benitez. But why were some of Benitez's squad missing? And who has the biggest points to prove? The futures of James Rodriguez and Moise Kean are discussed as is the club's decision to allow Richarlison to play at the Olympics. And the podcast ends on an upbeat note as the Blues get set to start work on their magnificent new ground at Bramley-Moore Dock.
Little was decided in La Liga, but that's good news for Diego Simeone as they secured the tiebreak over Barcelona and managed to keep their gap to Real Madrid in the process. We discuss the run in for the contenders before buzzing across the globe to check on former Real boss Solari and the rest of the contenders for the Clausura title in the Liguilla. Plus, Juve flop to a new low against Milan and Burak Yilmaz pushes Lille closer to the title as PSG fall flat despite the efforts of Moise Kean. Get in touch on Instagram @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 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/statesideabroad/support
Paris Saint-Germain was unsuccessful in keeping a club that didn't even want to be in the UEFA Champions League from reaching the final and they only have themselves to blame. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Cose Espinosa and Carl-Oscar Källström to discuss PSG's 2-0 defeat (4-1 on aggregate) to Manchester City in the semi-final of the UEFA Champions League. After an impressive run in the tournament, defeating FC Barcelona and FC Bayern Munich in the knockout stage, PSG's fizzled out like a defective firecracker against the Premier League leaders. We discuss what happened and perhaps more importantly, who is to blame. In the second leg at the Etihad Stadium, Mauro Icardi was called upon to start alongside Neymar Jr. and Angel Di Maria, but the former Inter Milan striker struggled mightily and was subbed off shortly after half-time in favor of Moise Kean. Is Icardi such a poor fit that he should be sold this summer or can PSG build around him? Kylian Mbappé was left on the bench and didn't play a second in the second leg. Should Mauricio Pochettino have started him to try and get an early goal or was he right to rest his injured superstar? We also discuss Di Maria's sending off in the 69th minute and the resulting comments from CBS commentator Jim Beglin who used the phrase "Latino temperament" to describe the Argentina international's questionable decision-making. We wrap up the show by grading Pochettino's performance against City, sharing who we want to win the Champions League final, and whether this season should be defined as a success if they come from behind to win Ligue 1. As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. Want more PSG? Visit the PSG Talk Podcast Network page and subscribe to PSG Talking, The 1970, and 24th & Parc. Support this podcast
Life at PSG for Moise Kean Bioty Moise Kean is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain, on loan from Premier League club Everton, and the Italy national team. Kean started his career with Juventus in 2016, winning a domestic double in his first season with the club. Paris Saint-Germain Football Club, commonly referred to as Paris Saint-Germain, Paris SG, or simply Paris or PSG, is a professional football club based in Paris, France. They compete in Ligue 1, the top division of French football.
Matt and Paddy join Mark in person this week.We discuss travel, a former Toffee in Idrissa Gueye and an on-loan one in Moise Kean.There's also a focus on Spurs, the Everton Under 18s and some questions to answer about gymnastics.
Fresh from a fiery breakfast debate, Greg O'Keeffe and Paddy Boyland bring you the latest edition of The Athletic's Everton podcast. Just when you thought the club's injury woes were a thing of the past a training ground incident ends Gbamin's season, and the Brighton game did nothing to raise our spirits. In an effort to find some positivity we consider how terrible Spurs are at the moment, and reflect on what a great season Moise Kean is having at PSG. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Au menu : Debrief de la victoire des Parisiens (4-2) en terre lyonnaise (J30) - La victoire contre Lille en CDF + celle d'hier en L1 contre Lyon : avantage psychologique dans la course au titre ? - Une performance collective aboutie - Kylian Mbappé : un doublé et un nouveau record établi - Danilo Pereira : le bon choix de Pochettino - Marco Verratti : prend-il enfin la mesure de son nouveau poste ? - Moise Kean : peut-il prendre définitivement la place d'Icardi au poste de numéro 9 ? - Des trous d'air en fin de match : attention à ne pas répéter ces 30 dernières minutes face au Bayern - Le calendrier à venir du PSG L'équipe du jour : Hugo Cappelaere, Mouss, Yacine Hamened et Nicolas Puiravau
Au sommaire de l'émission : le Barça renversant ! Nonobstant les perquisitions, les arrestations, les Blaugranas ont réussi l'exploit de renverser le FC Séville, et se hissent en finale de la Coupe du Roi. Dembélé, l'homme en forme, a joué un rôle important dans cette «remontada» barcelonaise. Du mieux pour Koeman, qui avoue avoir passé sa «meilleure soirée d'entraîneur» sur le banc du club catalan. Une victoire tactique pour le coach hollandais ? - Des Barcelonais qui retrouvent la forme et du jeu, le PSG doit-il s'en inquiéter alors que la manche retour de Ligue des Champions se profile ? - Des Parisiens qui ont gagné leur match de L1 à Bordeaux sans leurs stars. Moise Kean écarté pour cause de Covid, alors que Neymar reprend l'entraînement. - Le LOSC de justesse. Le 11 de Galtier s'impose en fin de match face à Marseille. - L'OM dont Logoria veut préparer l'avenir, alors que Sampaoli a débarqué et que Mc Court a rencontré les supporteurs et réaffirmé son attachement au club. - Monaco déchante face à Strasbourg. Désormais à 4 points de l'OL, un coup d'arrêt ? - Premier League : 29e journée : si les Citizens continuent sur leur lancée, Manchester United et Leicester sont au ralenti. - À 100 jours de l'Euro, la compétition se tiendra-t-elle comme prévu dans 12 villes ? L'Angleterre prête à accueillir tous les matches. Autour d'Annie Gasnier : Bruno Constant, Éric Rabesandratana et Patrick Juillard. Technique/Réalisation : Laurent Salerno, préparation : David Fintzel/Pierre Guérin. Coup d'envoi 16h10 T.U.
durée : 00:03:11 - 100% PSG - La chronique - Ce soir le PSG joue à Bordeaux pour le compte de la 28e journée de Ligue 1 (21h). Une rencontre sans Mbappé suspendu ainsi que Neymar ou encore Di Maria en reprise mais pour Stéphane Bitton malgré ces absents, Paris a un super remplaçant : Moise Kean.
Talking Tactics discuss Chelsea 0-0 Manchester United. Liverpool winning again. Was that "Beast Mode" aka Gareth Bale? Leicester City won't do it again, right? Manchester City can't lose. Barcelona's former president is in trouble. Atletico Madrid keep their distance, and Real Madrid get a point. Juventus are done... it seems. What is Moise Kean's ceiling? And we take your questions on Champions League away goals, how strikers are judged, and "what if" national teams. - Check our Patreon page, and think about supporting us! https://www.patreon.com/join/talkingtactics - Rate us five stars on Apple Podcasts! https://www.getpodcast.reviews/id/1127264410 - Follow Talking Tactics https://www.twitter.com/taIkingtactics https://www.instagram.com/talkingtactics https://www.facebook.com/talkingtactics352 - Talking Tactics Special Coup de tête: https://bit.ly/2DXSMVk - Have Hope's Website https://havehopefootballhut.com - Follow us https://www.twitter.com/HaveHopeHut https://www.twitter.com/Ankaman616 https://www.twitter.com/DanielTiluk
Matt is joined by Sarah, Rob and Les for the Weekly.We discuss Marcel Brands' new contract, before getting into a heated debate about Moise Kean and his potential future at Everton.To finish, we look at the Merseyside derby and how the Toffees can go about ending their 21-year winless run at Anfield.
With the Champions League knockout stages commencing, Ian is joined by Stadio’s Ryan Hunn to chat about Liverpool’s win in the "away" leg of their tie against RB Leipzig (1:05), before moving on to Barcelona and PSG, dominated by Kylian Mbappé’s hat trick, plus they show some love for Moise Kean (12:41). They then give out flowers to Bukayo Saka, following another wonderful performance at the weekend and look forward to Arsenal hosting Manchester City (30:02), before wrapping up with Wrighty’s waving-at-players story (45:03).
El París Saint Germain sometió al FC Barcelona en el Camp Nou, victoria contundente por 1-4 con hat-trick de Kylian Mbappé. La eliminatoria está sentenciada y el Barça dice adiós a Europa una vez más de manera esperpéntica, goleados, sin competir y pese a la alineación de Leo Messi, de nuevo ausente y con un mal partido. Se adelantaron los de Ronald Koeman con un gol de penalti convertido por el argentino tras un contacto fortuito de Kurzawa sobre De Jong. Desde ese momento, varias paradas de Marc André Ter Stegen salvaron al Barcelona, pero las embestidas parisinas acabaron por transformarse en goles. Tres de Mbappé y uno de Moise Kean, y pudieron ser más. En el otro partido de los octavos de Champions League, el Liverpool se ha impuesto al RB Leipzig en Budapest por dos goles a cero. Dos errores groseros en la defensa terminaron por sentenciar el choque a favor de los de Jurgen Klopp y en contra de Nagelsmann. Programón con Nacho García, Carlitos Suárez, Bruno Vain, Daniel Chapela y Alejandro Figueredo. Además de todos los que queráis sumaros al directo con vuestras preguntas y comentarios. ¡Te esperamos! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clubdesoccer/support
Jake Smales is joined by Kale Stockwell, Eric Devin & Mohammed Ali to shine a light on Dijon's cat-like shot-stopper Anthony Racioppi, discuss Metz's understated rise, Lille maintaining the title challenge, Moise Kean vs Mauro Icardi & so much more.
Welcome back to Talking the Blues Podcast with regular hosts, Andy & George Costigan. We look back on the Rotherham game talking through the squad. We talk about Moise Kean before looking at the forthcoming AGM. We finish with questions... Read More ›
Matt is joined by Paul, Ben and Jake for the first Weekly of 2021.We do a small reflection on West Ham, with a particular focus on Richarlison, who has been short of form as of late.We also discuss the transfer window, the weekend's FA Cup clash with Rotherham United and talk transfer rumours, most notably speculation regarding a possible permanent sale of Moise Kean to PSG.
Full show available here: https://bit.ly/3rVe2oM Matt, Paddy, Adam and Dave reflect on a busy start to 2021 for the Toffees.After some Christmas present chat, we discuss James Rodriguez, the West Ham loss and get into some heated (sort of) debate about Moise Kean's future at the football club.
The Royal Blue Podcast returns for the first time in 2021 to discuss the defeat to West Ham United, Richarlison, Moise Kean, Gylfi Sigurdsson and the bizarre claims of Chris Sutton. Host Sam Carroll is joined by Dave Prentice, Gavin Buckland and Connor O'Neill as they reflect on a 'night to forget' at Goodison Park on New Year's Day as David Moyes spoiled the festivities. Sutton accused Calvert-Lewin of diving to win a penalty against West Ham but his theory is rubbished as 'laughable' by the panel while they make judgement calls on Moise Kean and his future - after a reported £31m PSG bid - and whether Gylfi Sigurdsson deserves a new contract. You can join the Royal Blue Podcast group on Facebook or message @SamCarroll0 on Twitter.
Senza troppo entusiasmo generale, l'Italia archivia l'amichevole con l'Estonia con un facile 4-0: doppietta di Grifo e un gol a testa per Bernardeschi e Orsolini, con regia a distanza di Roberto Mancini che comunica a Vialli che comunica ad Evani. Anche i ct sono in smartworking ai tempi del covid. Ne parliamo con Andrea Di Caro che ci anticipa anche qualcosa sull'autobiografia scritta a quattro mani con Sinisa Mihajlovic "La partita della vita", da oggi in libreria. Buttiamo un occhio oltralpe, in casa del Paris Saint Germain dove all'esplosione di Moise Kean corrisponde l'eclissi di Mauro Icardi. Dopo un ottimo inizio lo scorso anno, da gennaio in poi, Maurito ha fatto i conti con qualche fastidio fisico e con un rapporto non idilliaco con Tuchel che ora gli preferisce l'ex juventino. Cosa è successo davvero all'attaccante argentino? Lo chiediamo a Guido De Carolis che ne scrive oggi sul Corriere. Anche il rugby cerca strade alternative per sopravvivere alla crisi coronavirus e si inventa una nuova competizione, la Autumn Nations Cup che per l'Italia inizia sabato al Franchi con la sfida alla Scozia. Convocato Giacomo Bagnasco.
Sam and Nick discuss Juve's continued struggles, the Insigne genes, some early Halloween celebrations in Livorno, an unlikely return for an Inter cult hero, who is to blame for a shambolic referee performance between Milan and Roma, Moise Kean's heroic return, a huge Fiorentina scoop, Movember, and much more. Enjoy! @CalcioPodcast on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok The Calcio Podcast page on Facebook Available on Spotify, iTunes, Spreaker, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, and all other major platforms. Music "Okay, okay" by Pino D'Angio "Comme si femmena" by Gigi D'Alessio & Geolier --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calciopodcast/message
On the latest episode of Infinite Football, Ryan, Tom, and Franco discuss match-day two in the Champions League. Will Real Madrid even make it to the Europa League? Manchester United: they’re back? Barcelona: they’re back, too? Then they talk about Everton loanee Moise Kean’s recent success with PSG before determining whether Ajax’s recent 13-0 win over VVV Venlo was #Disrespectful or #AbsolutelySick. Get full access to No Grass in the Clouds at nograssintheclouds.substack.com/subscribe
With a host of injuries and https://www.goal.com/en-us/news/psg-sporting-director-leonardo-slams-tuchel-for-transfer-demands-/1qspz84gct0681cdu55vwixlph (turmoil between the manager and sporting director), Paris Saint-Germain faces perhaps its most pivotal stretch of games of the season so far. On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by James, Cose, and Guillaume to discuss PSG's two most recent results and we also look ahead to PSG's upcoming UEFA Champions League match against Istanbul Başakşehir. The show begins with a conversation about PSG's frustrating 2-1 loss to Manchester United in the first match of the Champions League group stage. The squad looked tired and devoid of ideas offensively even with Kylian Mbappé and Neymar Jr. on the pitch together. We discuss whether the blame rests on Thomas Tuchel's shoulders and whether his days could be numbered as manager. PSG rebounded from that defeat to United with a 4-0 win over Dijon FCO—the last place team in Ligue 1. Tuchel was forced to rotate his squad due to injuries, which included starting Moise Kean who scored his first two goals in a PSG kit. The 20-year-old has loads of potential and this performance could lead to him taking minutes away from some of the usual starters. We then discuss Wednesday match against Istanbul Başakşehir where anything other than a win could lead to Tuchel getting sacked and the very real possibility that PSG may not qualify for the knockout stage of the Champions League. We go around the panel and get score predictions for this highly-anticipated match. The show concludes with a discussion about a surprising statistic. According to journalist Robin Bairner, since the start of the Qatar Sports Investments era (2011-current), PSG has conceded 18 penalties in the Champions League and only been awarded 7. Is this a case of bad defending or is there a conspiracy against the French giants? As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. Want more PSG? Visit the https://psgtalk.com/psg-talk-podcast-network/ (PSG Talk Podcast Network) page and subscribe to PSG Talking, The 1970, and 24th & Parc. Support this podcast
Everton’s transfer business continues to dominate the second Royal Blue podcast of the week as Phil Kirkbride is joined by Gavin Buckland and Paul Wheelock. Top of the agenda is Moise Kean and whether his loan move to Paris Saint-Germain is a precursor to a permanent exit from Goodison Park. Unless the Blues sign a replacement for Kean before the domestic transfer closes next week, the returning Cenk Tosun will act as under-study to the on-fire Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Are you happy with that? And could Tosun actually thrive at long last in the new-look Everton set-up? Talk then turns to Bernard, and those links to Roma, plus whether Carlo Ancelotti and Marcel Brands will and should look to buy again when the January transfer window opens. Enjoy.
We have a special Transfer Deadline Day podcast for you guys! We talk all the latest dealings in the Premier League, why Manchester United's transfer strategy is awful and how Liverpool and Manchester United both got smacked. Time Stamps: 1:30 - Arsenal have signed Thomas Partey, but at what cost? 8:50 - Aston Villa went off in the transfer market, they've done enough to stay up 14:30 - What happened to Moise Kean? 16:00 - Have Everton made a mistake by not signing a new GK? 35:00 - Manchester United have wasted another Transfer window 50:00 - Choupo-Moting - The Legend- somehow got to Bayern 53:00 - Liverpool and Manchester United both got smacked this past weekend 56:00 - How did Lamela get away with no red card? 1:03:00 - Why has the defending been so bad in the Premier League? We want to thank everyone for supporting the show!!! Follow Us: https://twitter.com/ThePremierPod https://www.instagram.com/thepremierpod/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/yashbhika https://twitter.com/Haukpun Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yash10/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/haukpun/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yashbhika/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/tyler-chan-289073136/ MUSIC: Title: Buddha Artist: Kontekst Genre: Hip Hop & Rap Mood: Bright Download / Stream / Support: http://bit.ly/2Pe7mBN
With so much attention being paid to Paris Saint-Germain's transfer signings, it's easy to forget that on the pitch, the reigning French champions have looked awfully impressive with four consecutive victories. On this episode of PSG Talking, I hand off hosting duties to Cose (https://twitter.com/CoseEspinosa). They're essentially the Thiago Motta, Marco Verratti, and Blaise Matuidi of the podcast crew. The show begins with a discussion of the 3-0 win over OGC Nice at the Allianz Riviera. PSG dismissed Patrick Vieira's side with relative ease in what was the first time we really saw Les Parisiens play close to their potential. The conversation transitions to PSG's 2-0 win over Stade de Reims at the Parc des Princes, with a brace from Mauro Icardi, and the 6-1 win over Angers SCO, which included Alessandro Florenzi's first goal as a PSG player since arriving on loan from AS Roma. Up next, the crew discusses PSG's transfer business. There are several new faces in the French capital and some old ones still remain (Julian Draxler and Jesé to name a couple). What can supporters expect from Moise Kean (https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11671/12089642/moise-kean-paris-saint-germain-sign-everton-forward-on-loan)? Will they be major contributors or fringe players? Regardless, it will be up to manager Thomas Tuchel to rotate his starting lineup to keep all of the players happy now that he has quality depth at nearly every position. As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. Want more PSG? Visit the PSG Talk Podcast Network (https://psgtalk.com/psg-talk-podcast-network/) page and subscribe to PSG Talking, The 1970, and 24th & Parc. Support this podcast
After another three points, and after another two new signings, the Royal Blue podcast is back! Robin Olsen followed the expected arrival of defender Ben Godfrey on transfer deadline day and host Sam Carroll, Adam Jones (after a marathon shift!), David Prentice and Paul Wheelock discuss the loan deal for the Sweden international goalkeeper and what it means for Jordan Pickford, whose critics grew louder after an error led to a Brighton goal in Saturday’s 4-2 win at Goodison Park. The panel also discuss the Everton careers of Sandro Ramirez and Theo Walcott, who have now played their last games for the club after departing on Monday. Their exits followed that of Moise Kean, and in an otherwise impressive recruitment plan, have they left Carlo Ancelotti short up front? If they have, is the answer signing Bournemouth’s Josh King before the domestic transfer window shuts? We discuss that, plus lots more. Enjoy.
Everton have won their first 7 games of the season for only the second time in the club's history (after 1894/95). Alex, James, and Ryan discuss the lineup, team setup, key moments in play, standout performers, and give their MOTM. Afterwards, the Power Trio talk about Moise Kean's departure, the new youth signing in Imam Jagne, and the prospect of signing Ben Godfrey. Production: James Harper ATP Twitter: @USAToffeePod Alex's Twitter: @DaAlexJohnson James' Twitter: @0ptimumvelocity Ryan's Twitter: @RyanSoccerAA Discord: invite.gg/atp Music: @Kenboib
Everyone still buzzing? So are Matt and Dave.The lads reflect on the wins for the girls and the lads on Wednesday, before discussing Dominic Calvert-Lewin's development in more detail following his England call-up.They also reflect on the latest rumours linking Moise Kean with a move away from the club.
Positivity abounds in the latest Royal Blue podcast as Chris Beesley, Dave Prentice and Gavin Buckland join Phil Kirkbride to reflect on the 5-2 Carabao Cup win at Fleetwood Town that maintained Everton’s perfect start to the new season. But first up is the need to address the one negative from what was another encouraging evening for Blues – the performance of goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. Carlo Ancelotti and Neville Southall have given the England number one their backing, so should everyone else too? And what appears to be Pickford’s biggest problem at the moment? Both questions are discussed and answered before talk turns to three of the best performers at Fleetwood – surprise-package Niels Nkounkou, Bernard, and Anthony Gordon. Moise Kean also had a good night as he made it two goals for the campaign. But why doesn’t he look happy? Carlo won’t be happy if Kean, Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin all meet his goal target, that's for sure, with the panel discussing the manager’s brilliant comments before Saturday’s trip to Crystal Palace – a preview of which rounds off a must-listen podcast. Enjoy.
Having won both of the opening two games of the season without conceding a goal, join Phil Kirkbride, Adam Jones, Chris Beesley and Paul Wheelock as we look back on a successful start to the new campaign for Carlo Ancelotti's side, who beat Salford City 3-0 in the Carabao Cup at Goodison Park on Wednesday night to follow the 1-0 opening-day Premier League victory at Tottenham Hotspur. The panel discuss the showing against Salford, including analysing the performances of both Moise Kean and debutant Niels Nkounkou. With reports emerging that Everton did not actually pay Real Madrid a free for James Rodriguez, the guys look in more depth into the move, before previewing the weekend's action as Slaven Bilic's West Bromwich Albion head to Goodison. Enjoy.
We’ve got some football to talk about on today’s episode of On The Continent – happy days! Luke Moore and Andy Brassell are in situ and kick things off with a look back at Dortmund’s win over Schalke. We discuss David Wagner’s difficult job to get this Schalke side into shape, as well as trying to unravel the complicated situation around goalkeepers Markus Schubert and Alex Nübel. There’s even time for a look ahead to this weekend’s Berlin derby.Elsewhere we discuss some continental transfer rumours, including Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanić's potential move to Barcelona and Roma’s reported interest in Moise Kean, and worry about Marseille as they continue to sail through choppy waters! Fancy getting in touch? We are now releasing episodes of the Mailbag exclusively to Patreon! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit patreon.com/footballrambledaily to get involved!**Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!* See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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