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After 288 days and 38 matches on the sidelines, it took just twelve minutes of Tom Cairney on the pitch before he smacked in Fulham's opener from range against a dogged Cardiff City on Wednesday night. We react to the emotional celebrations on the pitch and in the stand following the skipper's left-foot bullet. Afterwards we review the rest of the match, as Mitrovic scored (again) and FFC kept their first clean sheet in seven league matches. In part two, we discuss Harrison Reed's game adaptation from a number 6 to a driving 8, partially caused by the unexpected return of Jean Michael-Seri. We ask what the future holds for the 26 year old, and whether the rise of Kalvin Philips to international stardom might provide a bit of inspiration for the midfield dynamo. Finally, Peter gives an update on Fulham vaccine take-up and we preview Sunday's trip to the in-form Nottingham Forest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aaron Paul is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor and Wycombe Wanderers' left back Joe Jacobson to look at the big stories from the EFL. AFC Bournemouth midfielder Ryan Christie tells the podcast about his side's strong start to the campaign. Following Nigel Adkins' departure from Charlton, BBC Radio London's Nick Godwin joins the podcast to examine what comes next for the League One strugglers. There's an insight from Lyle into how new Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper has turned things around. And we find out what's in Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth's beer cabinet.
Football is a cruel game sometimes... seconds away from our first home win since January and disaster strikes. Matt and Patch are joined by Bristol City short sponsor and Bonus Show sponsor Paul Archer from the Nexus group to try and work out what the hell happened!
Gary Staff hosted the NOLUT Team of Ted Robinson, Henry Morgan and James Kelly in our 9th New Freedom show of the 2021/22 season. The show featured:The team reviewed our fixtures against Nottingham Forest and Bristol City;Debbie Julians and Harvey Brown asked for donations to support The Lions Food Hubhttps://www.bankuet.co.uk/lionsfoodhub;Former Lion Phil Coleman talked about his life with the Lions and elsewhere. He also spoke about the new NOLUT Monthly Podcast in which he features. Millwall Lionesses were reviewed by Jeff Burnige; Millwall Romans v Charlton Invicta reviewed with General Manager Paul Loding and Gary Ginnaw of Charlton.Henry ‘Statto' Morgan, Reds Report Podcaster Carlo and the Panel Preview Barnsley v Millwall;Kelly Webster talks Millwall, Lions Food Hub and Ellen and her ‘Big Day' on Saturday;Ted Robinson: Millwall hospitality and sponsorship opportunities through Andrew Stead of the Commercial Dept and The Lions Roar Fanzine;James Kelly: Who is on next week's show and the Proper Blokes Club and their regular weekly walk and talks;Henry Morgan: The Millwall Lionesses sponsorship. He added recruitment information for both the Lionesses and Romans.
Aaron Paul is joined by Middlesbrough defender Sol Bamba and Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor The guys discuss the most controversial refereeing decisions they've been on the right and wrong ends of. Sol talks about his comeback from non-hodgkin lymphoma and how the illness has changed his perspective on the little things in football. We find out more about Sol's 17-year career in the game, from the very start at Paris Saint Germain through to his spell at Leeds United under the controversial regime of Massimo Cellini, who once went round to his house in the early hours of the morning to rant about the club's problems. Sol also gives us an insight into what his current manager Neil Warnock is like and answers the all-important question… does Warnock still get naked in front of the players in the dressing room? Lyle tells us what the last week at Forest has been like with the sacking of Chris Hughton and the appointment of Steve Cooper. He talks about Steven Reid's rousing speech before he took charge of their win at Huddersfield and how much he's already learning from Cooper after just a few days in the job. We hear from Derby County manager Wayne Rooney, who says he's committed to staying on as manager at Pride Park after the club entered administration and reveals his disappointment at the ‘disrespect' shown by owner Mel Morris in the handling of the situation. The boys discuss whether Derby can realistically survive in the Championship despite their points deductions and how Rooney is in a win-win situation whatever happens. TOPICS 06.00 - Sol on comeback from illness 09.34 - How it's changed his perspective on football 12.17 - Sol on life under Massimo Cellimo at Leeds 14.14 - The story of Cellini going round to Sol's house at 2am 17.45 - Does Neil Warnock still get naked in the dressing room? 21.07 - Lyle on what the last week at Forest has been like and the impact Steve Cooper is already having 29.54 - Lyle on Forest's lack of confidence at the start of the season 32.47 - Sol on Cooper and the difference between being a good coach and a good manager 34.52 - Wayne Rooney on Mel Morris and his commitment to staying on as Derby manager 41.28 - Sol and Lyle on whether Derby can stay up and how Rooney is in a win-win situation
Timecodes: 00:00 - 14:30 - Derby County administration 14:30 - 21:30 - Nottingham Forest managerial discussion 21:30 - 43:00 - Championship weekend action 43:00 - 1:11:30 - League One 1:11:30 - end - League Two This podcast is sponsored by Betfair. Join the NTT20 Squad on Levellr! An EFL Community on Telegram with non-stop EFL chat and bonus video & audio content from George & Ali. Join with a 2-week free trial & then £4.99 per month: bit.ly/3hBgv4L
Ben Haines is joined by former Brighton and Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray and Premier League presenter Nubaid Haroon to discuss the big talking points from Saturday's action. Liverpool are top of the league after beating Crystal Palace. The boys talk about how Mohamed Salah has improved his overall game this season and the impact having fans back at Anfield is having on Jurgen Klopp's side. Over 53,000 fans were at the Etihad to watch Manchester City have just one shot on target in a goalless draw with Southampton. Did Pep's comments about wanting more supporters to come to the Etihad invite extra pressure on his players? And with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United all looking strong this season, how costly will those dropped points be if they're to defend their Premier League title? On Sunday, injury-hit Tottenham face a Chelsea team that has conceded just one goal in the league this season. Glenn offers his expertise on how best to deal with the threat of Romelu Lukaku. Rafa Benitez suffered his first defeat as Everton manager as they were beaten 3-0 by Aston Villa. Glenn and Nubaid debate Rafa's style of play and what constitutes “entertaining football.” And they reflect on the impact Leon Bailey had, with the Villa winger coming on as a substitute, scoring a goal and grabbing an assist before being brought back off the pitch, in a remarkable 21 minute debut. Derby County beat Stoke a day after announcing that the club will go into administration. Aaron Paul from the 72+ podcast joins us to talk about what points deductions they could face and we hear from Wayne Rooney on his concerns for everyone involved at Pride Park. Elsewhere in the East Midlands, Nottingham Forest began life without Chris Hughton with victory over Huddersfield for their first win of the season. Aaron gives us the latest on their plans to appoint Steve Cooper as Hughton's replacement and Glenn shares his thoughts on what the future holds for his former team. TOPICS 01.47 – Liverpool reaction 05.37 – Salah's evolution this season 08.01 – Manchester City's draw with Southampton 12.40 – How costly are dropped points with the top four all in strong form? 14.02 – Rafa Benitez's style of play and what does entertaining football look like? 20.19 – Tottenham v Chelsea preview 23.21 – Glenn's thoughts on how to deal with Lukaku 27.04 – Derby County reaction with Aaron Paul 28.22 – Wayne Rooney on off-field concerns at Pride Park 30.44 – Nottingham Forest's future
On this episode, T and Theo discuss - Chelsea made to work for 1-0 Champions League win - Latest contract renewal talks with expiring players - Reece James burglary - John Terry for Nottingham Forest job? - Super Sunday Spurs vs Chelsea preview 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
Aaron Paul is joined by former Leyton Orient midfielder Jobi McAnuff and Reading defender Michael Morrison to discuss what the future holds for Nottingham Forest after they sacked Chris Hughton, with the club bottom of the Championship. BBC Nottingham's Forest commentator Colin Fray tells us how the fans are feeling and who the leading candidates are in the search for a replacement. Forest legend Robbie Earnshaw also drops by to share his thoughts on the direction the club is going in and he describes the extra pressure Forest players and managers feel due to the club's history. Accrington Stanley have made a solid start to League One and their manager John Coleman says he has fallen back in love with football, after his comments following their FA Cup exit back in 2019, where the officiating made him ‘physically sick.' And Northampton Town manager Jon Brady talks about his unique management style and how the team have dealt with their relegation to League Two. TOPICS 02.25 – Colin Fray on Hughton's sacking 09.14 – Robbie Earnshaw on Forest's future and pressure of playing for the club 19.00 – Accrington manager John Coleman 28.05 – Northampton manager Jon Brady
Bill Beswick is an acclaimed sports psychologist. Bill has had roles with English football clubs Derby County, Manchester United, Middlesbrough, Nottingham Forest and Sunderland, and FC Twente in the Netherlands. Bill is the author of the new book: changing your story: 20 life lessons from elite sports. Buy here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Changing-Your-Story-Bill-Beswick/dp/0241448018/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1631783388&sr=8-1 Links: https://www.youtube.com/c/FreedomPact (video interviews) https://freedompact.co.uk/newsletter (Healthy, Wealthy & Wise) https://instagram.com/freedompact https://billbeswick.com
Mark Chapman is joined by Nedum Onuoha, Pat Nevin and commentators Ian Dennis and Conor McNamara to reflect on entertaining opening Champions League wins for Manchester City and Liverpool. We hear from Jurgen Klopp on his side's epic 3-2 win over AC Milan at Anfield. And after nine goals at the Etihad, Pep Guardiola tells us how satisfying Man City's win over RB Leipzig was. And as Chris Hughton's time as Nottingham Forest boss looks like drawing to a close, 72+ podcast host Aaron Paul joins the team to look at what next for the Championship's bottom club.
On this week's episode of Greatest Games, Nick Miller joins Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller to discuss the second leg of the 1978-79 European Cup semi-final between Koln and Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest. About the panel: Jonathan Wilson founded The Blizzard in 2011 and is editor of the magazine. He's contributed to numerous publications including the Guardian and Sports Illustrated as well as having authored Behind the Curtain, Inverting the Pyramid, The Outsider, Angels with Dirty Faces and most recently The Names Heard Long Ago, among others. Marcus Speller is a host of the Football Ramble podcast as well as Answerable Questions with Questionable Answers. Marcus also regularly hosts our live Q&A events across the country alongside Jonathan. Nick Miller is a football writer for The Athletic and editor of the Totally Football Yearbook. Listen to every episode of Greatest Games: theblizzard.co.uk/podcasts/greatest-games Subscribe to our quarterly magazine: theblizzard.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/blzzrd Facebook: facebook.com/blzzrd Instagram: instagram.com/theblizzard__
In this chat I spoke to former footballer Steve Guinan. Steve's a former teammate of mine and has previously played for Nottingham Forest, Cheltenham Town and many more. He explained that mid-way through his career he started putting things in place in order to help his transition. He ventured in to coaching and also attended Uni. He now works for the Football Association helping footballers transition away from the game. He also explained that all sporting governing bodies need to do a lot more to help athletes transition away from sport to another career.
Chris, Richard and Tom assess a positive start to Derby's season, despite multiple dropped points already - the latest coming against Nottingham Forest. Why are Derby failing once again to kill games off? There's also chat on the Rams' missed penalty shouts against their local rivals - how many spot kicks should Derby have had against Forest? We also look at the contributions of the new boys - who has impressed most out of Sam Baldock, Phi Jagielka and Ravel Morrison? Naturally there's also our obligatory quiz action in the pod too, and 'Your Shout' on the East Midlands Derby. JOIN OUR PATREON! For extra podcasts and to help support SBW, please head over to patreon.com/stevebloomerswashing.com to become a Patron. You can claim a free pint just for signing up, and even join our Fantasy Football League for a chance to win a Christmas dinner worth £100!
Aaron Paul is joined by Derby defender Curtis Davies and former Millwall and Cardiff manager Neil Harris to discuss the latest news from the football league. The panel are joined by Stoke defender Josh Tymon to talk life under Michael O'Neil, Wycombe's Joe Jacobson looks ahead to facing Manchester City and Sunderland manager Lee Johnson tells us all about life at the Stadium of Light. TOPICS: 02:05: Looking ahead to Derby v Nottingham Forest. 04:32: Life at Derby after a difficult summer. 12:10: Stoke defender Josh Tymon. 26:35: Sunderland manager Lee Johnson. 37:01: Wycombe's Joe Jacobson.
Nathan Judah and Liam Keen bring you the latest dose of the Wolves poddy in this special two part episode. The boys reflect on the Nottingham Forest rout, the surprise return of Daniel Podence and the developing situations with Pedro Neto and Adama Traore. We also look back on the defeat to Spurs and discuss the latest transfer situation with less than a week to go until the window slams shut. All your questions are answered and there's a full preview to the visit of United on Sunday.
Jason and Cory are joined by Matt Davies, Nottingham Forest reporter for the Nottingham Post and host of the Garibaldi Red podcast to get the find out all about our A52 rivals ahead of the first East Midlands Derby of the new season! We discuss the poor start to the season for Forest and find out what's going wrong for Chris Hughton at the City Ground. How long does the manager have left? Will he be in the dugout against Derby on Saturday? We find out about Forest's weak back line (with the exception being Scott McKenna) and their low key transfer movement so far (which is strange for Forest). We discuss new CEO Dane Murphy and how he is attempting to change Forest's transfer policy. We also discuss how this could be a season defining week for the The Rams, not because of what's going on the pitch, but what's happening off it, with the resubmission of the accounts. We analyze how that could help or hinder the fans, the players and the club heading into this match. And as always we also give a score prediction! Jason and Cory then discuss the last two Derby matches against Hull and Boro! Thank you for listening! Get in touch with your questions or comments. Send us a voice message! On Twitter: @ramsreview1 ; Facebook: @ramsreviewpod and email email@example.com.
Leeds United's delayed season opener came in the form of Brian Clough's Forest. Old Big Head had been lashing out in the press in the lead up to the game, but Wilko was having none of it. A good old fashioned kick up the field secured the three points for Leeds. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kelly Cates is joined by Mark Clemmit, the former Leeds and Everton striker Jermaine Beckford and the Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor. They discuss Tammy Abraham's move to Roma from Chelsea for 40m euro plus roundup all the action from the EFL. TOPICS: 01:00 - Initial thoughts from the panel on Abraham's move 10:00 - On Mourinho bringing confidence 14:00 - Abraham leaving the number 9 shirt 19:00 - EFL roundup, starting with Fulham 21:00 - Mark Robins with Gary Flintoff 25:00 - Juliette Ferrington with Carlos Corberan 32:00 - Swansea v Stoke review with Laura Kenyon talking to Michael O'Neil 37:00 - Harry Kane discussion
Aaron Paul is joined by Peterborough Chairman Darragh MacAnthony, Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor and Salford City goalkeeper Tom King to look ahead to what the EFL has in store for the 21-22 season. The panel are also joined by Wycombe number nine Sam Vokes and Sutton United boss Matt Gray ahead of their debut EFL Campaign.
Rich Ferraro from the Nottingham Forest podcast 1865 gives us a preview of how they're looking ahead of the new season! It's the Second Tier. 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 helps up massively and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nottingham Forest great Mark Crossley joins the show to talk pre-season and mental health but before that, Sarah Clapson has the latest transfer news as the Reds bid for Derby defender Lee Buchanan
The Chelsea FanCast looks back, season by season, to 50 Years of Chelsea history from 1970 to the present day. Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd and Mark Meehan to look back at the 1976-77 season. Thanks to the Club being £3million in debt, it was a case of promotion or bust this season. Chelsea made a great start with Eddie McCreadie's mix of talented youngsters and the older wiser heads of Ron Harris and Peter Bonetti and by the end of the year were sitting top of Division Two. Even Dr Henry Kissinger, a VIP visitor for the match against title rivals Wolves seemed impressed! Predictably Chelsea wobbled in the second half of the season but a key win against Nottingham Forest in April meant it all boiled down to the penultimate game away to Wolves. Due to the frequent hooliganism throughout the season, Chelsea supporters were banned from going to this vital match, but the saying “You Can't Ban a Chelsea Fan” was borne that day as thousands of Chelsea fans were in all parts of the ground to witness a 1-1 draw and promotion back to Division One. A week later, Chelsea thumped Hull City 4-0 resulting in several pitch invasions and Eddie McCreadie imploring the supporters to allow the game to continue. They did, just, but the mass invasion at the end showed just what it meant for Chelsea to get back to where they belong. As the supporters had been singing all season “We're the Boys in Blue in Division Two, but we won't be here for long”. Thankfully they were right!To help us celebrate 50 Years of Chelsea we've partnered with 3Retro who have a superb collection of Chelsea retro gear and are offering 10% OFF when you use the 3RETRO10 code and if you order over £50 of merch you get FREE UK delivery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matt Davies is joined by Reds reporter Sarah Clapson and Forza Garibaldi's Greg Mitchell to discuss the latest Nottingham Forest news after Dane Murphy was appointed as the new CEO and pre-season friendlies got underway.
For the next few days, we're looking back through some of our favourite Football Ramble Presents episodes from this season - today, Mark Pougatch is joined by England legend, Stuart Pearce! They discuss Stuart's time as Nottingham Forest captain under Brian Clough, before reflecting on his England career and the aftermath of Euro '96. We'll be showcasing some of our favourite football shows from across the Stak network all this week, before returning with brand new episodes of the Football Ramble from Monday 26th July!Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nottingham Forest's Foundation Phase Lead Jake Henry joins Saul to talk about what goes on behind the scenes at the Academy and their recent transition to Category 1 Academy. Jake discusses his journey from part time coach including his time coaching abroad to his current role at Nottingham Forest.
Matt Davies is joined by former Nottingham Forest midfielder David Prutton and Reds fan Mikey Clarke to discuss the signing of Ethan Horvath, what happens next and the state of play in the Championship.
Theo Delaney's guest is Duncan Hamilton who shot to fame with his Brain Clough book ‘Provided You Don't Kiss Me' which won the prestigious William Hill Sports Book Of The Year prize in 2007, an accolade he has now won an unrivalled three times. His excellent new book ‘Injury Time' is a novel set in the 90s football world.A Newcastle fan with strong links to Nottingham Forest among his scorers are Bobby Charlton, Maradona, John Robertson and Gary Speed. This is part one of a two part special.@LifeGoalsTD @theodelaneyhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Injury-Time-Novel-Duncan-Hamilton/dp/1529408431/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&field-isbn=9781529408454&qid=1625925876&refinements=p_66%3A9781529408454&sr=8-1https://www.theodelaney.com/life-goalshttps://www.11-29media.com/life-goals
Nottingham Forest fan and British featherweight boxing champion Leigh Wood discusses his love of the Reds and teases a big fight announcement---------------------------------------------Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NFFC_liveRead more: https://www.nottinghampost.com/all-about/nottingham-forest-fcMatt Davies: https://twitter.com/mattdavies_npSarah Clapson: https://twitter.com/Sarah_Clapson
Steve Guinan played for 15 football professional clubs including Nottingham Forest, Burnley, Cheltenham Town, Cambridge United, Hereford United and Forest Green Rovers. He's now a highly respected football coach working for the Football Association to help other footballers transition into coaching/management.
Nottingham Forest legend Steve Chettle returns to the show to discuss the club's defensive situation, Lyle Taylor's future and if a footballing father is a help or a hinderance. We also talk about England's efforts against Scotland and the upcoming Samantha Birtles trophy.----------------------------------------------Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NFFC_liveRead more: https://www.nottinghampost.com/all-about/nottingham-forest-fcMatt Davies: https://twitter.com/mattdavies_np
This week, Jamie's guest is the former number 1 golfer in the world, Ryder Cup legend and Nottingham Forest fan, Lee Westwood. Lee talks about his hero Diego Maradona, Brian Clough, his quest for a major championship and knocking Tiger Woods off the number 1 spot. Jamie also asks Lee for his greatest game and ultimate 5-a-side team. Follow us on:Instagram: @greatestgamepod Twitter: @greatestgamepod Email: email@example.com
This episode is upcycled from our Patreon page; it was originally published in April for our Connolly Collective. We will be back next week with a brand new episode! It is April 15th, 1989. Your club, Liverpool FC, have reached the semi-finals of the oldest club competition in the world - the FA Cup. They are due to face Nottingham Forest in the neutral venue of Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield. Somehow, you manage to snag a couple of tickets. You go in. You are in the Leppings Lane terrace behind one of the goals. You begin to feel dizzy as bodies crush around you. Some people are yelling. Others are being pulled up from the lower tier into the upper tier by fellow fans. A few try to climb the fences that separate the stands from the football pitch but are stopped by police. Eventually, you manage to escape the crush. Ninety-four people have lost their lives that day. Another dies a few days later, and a 96th dies in 1993 after having been kept in a vegetative state since that day. You are alive, fortunately. The day after, you turn over the newspaper to find the press accusing you and your fellow fans of causing the crush. You are called hooligans and thugs. You are accused of pissing on paramedics and fighting with police. It is your fault, you are told. This is what happened on April 15th, 1989. What began as a bright Saturday with football to enjoy ended in tragedy. And it was no mere accident. At every moment of the disaster, local authorities failed to act. Moreover, they then conspired to cover-up their many failures. This cover-up ran from the Yorkshire police up to the very highest pinnacle of power: the British government. Patreon: www.patreon.com/dascriminal Sources: https://bit.ly/3bhoMVw
How is James Garner adapting to being out on loan from Manchester United? James David Garner is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Championship club Nottingham Forest, on loan from Premier League club Manchester United. Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top flight of English football.
Former Irish international and current Nottingham Forest u23 coach Andy Reid joins John Duggan, Johnny Ward and Dan McDonnell on OTB Football Saturday to talk coaching, and the exciting Irish underage prospects. We also looked ahead to tonight's UEFA Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City with Mark Lawrenson, and got some European Cup '84 memories! @paddypower
Today, Jordan discusses the Hillsborough stadium disaster was a fatal human crush during a football match at Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, on 15 April 1989. It occurred during an FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest in the two standing-only central pens in the Leppings Lane stand allocated to Liverpool supporters. Shortly before kick-off, in an attempt to ease overcrowding outside the entrance turnstiles, the police match commander David Duckenfield ordered exit gate C opened, leading to an influx of even more supporters to the pens. This led to a crowding in the pens and the crush. With 96 deaths and 766 injuries, it has the highest death toll in British sporting history. MysteryHistoryPodcast.com Sources: wikipedia.com bbc.com cnn.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mysteryhistorypodcast/message
So then, another season in the Championship! Last season, we were disappointed with being relegated from the Premier League, but we were perversely excited to experience the Nottingham Forest away, trips to antiquated but brilliant stadiums like Kenilworth Road, London away days on the train, mammoth northern trips, and even booze-fuelled trips across the Severn Bridge - and of course, no VAR. Did we get to experience that? No. Well, good news folks, next season - we will get to actually do that - albeit not in the way we wanted. This show comprehensively dissects Saturday's defeat to Brentford and kickstarts a wider conversation on all things AFCB - where do we go from here?? Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you’re enjoying this show, you can help support us by buying us a coffee at https://www.afcbpodcast.com/coffee – we really appreciate it!
So then, another season in the Championship! Last season, we were disappointed with being relegated from the Premier League, but we were perversely excited to experience the Nottingham Forest away, trips to antiquated but brilliant stadiums like Kenilworth Road, London away days on the train, mammoth northern trips, and even booze-fuelled trips across the Severn Bridge - and of course, no VAR. Did we get to experience that? No. Well, good news folks, next season - we will get to actually do that - albeit not in the way we wanted. This show comprehensively dissects Saturday's defeat to Brentford and kickstarts a wider conversation on all things AFCB - where do we go from here?? Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you're enjoying this show, you can help support us by buying us a coffee at https://www.afcbpodcast.com/coffee – we really appreciate it!
In the final game of the season, 5,000 travelling fans saw Leeds come out the wrong side of a seven-goal clash with the Brian Clough's FA Cup finalists. With levisolicitors.co.uk/thesquareball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Laura Woods & Bayo Akinfenwa are joined on the Super 6 Podcast this week by Burnley manager Sean Dyche.They discuss starting out at Nottingham Forest under Brian Clough, that infamous bust-up with Jurgen Klopp, realising when he knew he wanted to be a 'gaffer', life at Burnley football club & which manager he would most like to have a pint with. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Evan takes on hosting duties this week and is joined by Justin and Paddy to discuss the boro loss and impending relegation. We preview the weekends early game against Nottingham Forest and talk about the latest #SWFC News.
Steve Crossman presents a special episode on an extraordinary night where the six English clubs who signed up for the European Super League announce they have withdrawn from it less than 72 hours after it was created. The story developed so quickly, we decided the best way to bring it to you was in real-time of how the events unfolded on 5 Live Sport on Tuesday night. You’ll hear about the scenes outside Stamford Bridge as up to a thousand fans protested ahead of their game with Brighton and from Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel as the club announced they were the first to withdraw. Former Chelsea player Pat Nevin, Alistair Bruce-Ball, Nottingham Forest striker Glenn Murray and Miguel Delaney, the chief football writer for The Independent, discuss whether this is the end for the European Super League full stop and if the English clubs will face sanctions. Guillem Balague tells us about the reaction from Europe and BBC Sport reporter Simon Stone gives us insight into the news that Ed Woodward will stand down as executive vice-chairman of Manchester United. Topics: 35 seconds – Steve explains how the story unfolded 2’00” – Chelsea prepare to withdraw from the European Super League 2.30” – Laura Scott outside Stamford Bridge as Chelsea fans protest against the ESL 4’50” – Reaction from former Chelsea player Pat Nevin on Chelsea’s withdrawal 6’15” – Sports Editor Dan Roan gives more details on Chelsea pulling out 8’20” – Alistair Bruce-Ball on the scenes at Stamford Bridge 10’00” – Chat on the role of the fans on this decision 17’00” – Manchester City are pulling out and tweet from Kevin De Bruyne 18’00” – Reaction from Chelsea fan 25’00” – Real Madrid president Florentino Perez’s reasons for setting up the ESL 27’00” – Should the clubs face sanctions? 30’00” – UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin on the so-called “big six” in England 34’00” – Guillem Balague on the reaction from the non-English clubs involved 38’00” – Simon Stone on Manchester United announcing that Ed Woodward will stand down as executive vice-chairman 41’00” – Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel’s interview following the ESL announcement 44’00” – All English clubs involved in the Super League withdraw from it 46’00” – Eric Cantona on fans
Joining Mark Pougatch on today's episode of Ramble Meets... is former Newcastle, Tottenham and England midfielder turned TV pundit, Jermaine Jenas!Jermaine talks Mark through his impressive career that began in the aftermath of Brian Clough at Nottingham Forest and saw him experience some of the game's grandest occasions at both Spurs and Newcastle. He also reveals some of the regrets around his England career, where miscommunication with Fabio Capello halted what should've been a long and illustrious stint on the international stage.Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.With fans missing from the stadiums this FA Cup season, Jermaine Jenas has been working with heycar, official broadcast sponsor of the FA Cup coverage on BT Sport, to bring supporters close to the game and the magic of the cup to life.Jermaine has chatted to fans about their own FA Cup memories and favourite road trips to games, as well as sharing his own experiences of football’s most famous cup competition and his thoughts on this season’s tournament. To see all of Jermaine’s interviews and find out everything heycar has been doing to bring fans closer to the Cup, visit www.heycar.co.uk/fa-cup-stories. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Aaron Paul is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor and Newport County midfielder Joe Ledley to discuss the latest EFL news. The team look at the title race in League 2 and talk about whether Norwich can establish themselves as a Premier League side after their imminent promotion. Millwall forward Jed Wallace drops by to talk about his side’s push for a promotion place before The Athletic’s Matt Slater provides all the details on the takeover at Ipswich. Finally Barnsley’s on-loan striker Daryl Dike joins the podcast to explain quite why he swapped Orlando for South Yorkshire. TOPICS: 05:00: League 2 title race 09:30: Millwall with Jed Wallace 14:16: What shape are Norwich in to take on the Premier League again? 17:30: Ipswich’s takeover with Matt Slater 28:00: Barnsley with Daryl Dike 34:30 – Swansea’s Social Media Boycott
Emma Saunders is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Glenn Murray, The Telegraph's Luke Edwards and Ben Haines from 90min as they delve into the weekend's action. West Brom ran riot at Stamford Bridge as Thomas Tuchel suffered his first defeat as Chelsea manager but can the Baggies still beat the drop? Tottenham Hotspur dropped more points but Jose Mourinho says it's not his fault. On the flip side Newcastle United gained a much deserved point. And Trent Alexander-Arnold sends a message to England manager Gareth Southgate as Liverpool crush Arsenal and Man City take one step closer to the league title.
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe and Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor to discuss the latest news in the EFL. The guys are joined by new Birmingham City manager Lee Bowyer after he was appointed following his resignation from Charlton. Lee discusses how he hopes to keep the club in the Championship and what his targets are beyond that at St Andrew’s. Former Cardiff and Millwall manager Neil Harris joins the show to talk about his time in South Wales and what he learned from the job as well as what his next move might be. And as Wigan Athletic have hopefully secured a brighter future with new owners expected to complete their takeover of the club soon, their former chairman and now Mansfield CEO David Sharpe tells us about their tumultuous journey since he left the 2013 FA Cup winners and debates how clubs can avoid similar issues with potential investors in the future. TOPICS: 00:50: Ryan and Lyle talk about farms. 03:25: New Birmingham City manager Lee Bowyer. 11:50: Former Cardiff City and Millwall manager Neil Harris. 30:00: Former Wigan Athletic chairman, now Mansfield CEO, David Sharpe.
Aaron Paul is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Glenn Murray and Derby defender Curtis Davies to discuss the latest stories from the football league. Glenn and Curtis reveal the tunes they have blasting around the dressing room after their teams have won as well as some of their teammates’ unique taste in music We look at the promotion and playoff chases in the Championship – can some of the division’s mid-table sides make a late run for the chance to reach the Premier League? We’re also joined by Brentford director Monique Choudhuri for a fascinating conversation on the club’s diversity policy as they take the unprecedented step of publicly advertising for a non-executive director. And after more racist abuse emerged online, this time towards Middlesbrough’s Yannick Bolasie, we debate the measures that have to be taken in order to eradicate the issue from football. TOPICS: 00:42: Glenn and Curtis reveal their top tunes after a victory. 06:12: Championship chat – does anybody actually want to finish second? 15:14: League One – Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s golden touch at Burton Albion. 18:02: Brentford director Monique Choudhuri on the club’s diversity goals. 39:01: More online racist abuse – what more can be done to prevent it?
Aaron Paul is joined by Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor & Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe to discuss the latest news from the football league. It's all change at Ipswich after they replace Paul Lambert with Paul Cook. The League One side could also be on the verge of a takeover from American investors - we speak to The Athletic's Matt Slater who has an exclusive story on the potential board room change at Portman Road. We take a close look at the Reading full-back who appears destined for Champions League football with Bayern Munich. As Omar Richards looks set for a sensational move to the Bundesliga champions this summer, we speak to former Royals defender and now BBC Radio Berkshire pundit Aidy Willams who has been following the story closely. What is it about the 23-year old that's attracted the European giants? Norwich have taken a huge step towards the Premier League this week as they opened up a 10-point gap at the top of the Championship. Where managerial comings and goings are a regular occurrence these days, Aaron, Lyle and Ryan discuss why sticking with Daniel Farke has worked wonders for the Canaries. TOPICS: 01:38: Ryan and Lyle discuss the issue of fines in the dressing room. 07:15: Championship review + Norwich are heading back to the top flight, but can EFL owners learn from them sticking with their manager? 21:40: Matt Slater from the Athletic discusses the changes at Ipswich as Paul Cook is appointed manager and the club looks set for a takeover. 33:14: BBC Radio Berkshire's Aidy Williams gives us the latest on the remarkable story of Reading defender Omar Richards, who is on the verge joining Bayern Munich.