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David Mooney is joined by City fan and One Football's Dan Burke, plus Simon Bajkowski from the Manchester Evening News, to reflect on the last seven days for the club. Cole Palmer has impressed immensely, while there are more concerns over Raheem Sterling's form. Sam Roscoe looks at squad rotation, while former City keeper speaks to the show about second goalkeepers, after Zack Steffen impresses against Burnley. Ady Packham from Albion Roar gives us insight into Brighton - and it's the return of the Carabao Cup, too. Limited Online Music Licence Ref: LE-0027097
In this weeks Extra Time podcast Patrick van Straaten is joined by Sam Obaseki and Henry Hill to discuss whether Liverpool legend Mohamed Salah is really worth the £400k per week contract he is asking for! He will be 34 by the time he deal he wants ends, so is it really worth the expenditure? They also discuss Raheem Sterling's world class credentials, debate whether West Ham are now the 4th best team in the Premier League right now, and reveal if Patrick actually likes anyone at Football Daily..
Robbie Earle is joined by Tim Howard to review Match Round 8 in the Premier League discussing the following:(0:45) Manchester United's troubling defeat to Leicester City as more discussion surrounds the future of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer(13:55) Chelsea managing to hold onto their 1-0 lead at Brentford and escape with all 3 points thanks to the heroics of Edouard Mendy(21:00) Liverpool's front three all clicking to dismantle Watford 5-0 at Vicarage Road(29:05) Manchester City's 2-0 victory over Burnley and thoughts on Raheem Sterling's future with the Citizens(34:05) Tottenham spoiling the party at St. James' Park as Newcastle fall 3-2 to Spurs in their first match under new ownership(47:45) A roundup of the remaining matches - Aston Villa 2-3 Wolves, Norwich 0-0 Brighton, Southampton 1-0 Leeds, Everton 0-1 West Ham and the underappreciated performance from Angelo Ogbonna
Darren Fletcher is joined by the former Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan and the former Newcastle defender Jonathan Woodgate as it's been confirmed that Steve Bruce will take charge of Newcastle on Sunday for his 1000th match in football management. The panel discuss whether the speculation around his job this week has been fair, how the new owners are going to transform Newcastle and if they will struggle to sign “superstar” players despite now being the richest club in the world. You'll also hear Pep Guardiola's reaction to Raheem Sterling's comments about wanting to play abroad in his career at some point. And the former Chelsea defender Mario Melchiot joins the pod to give us an insight into what it's like to play under Claudio Ranieri as he prepares to take his first game as Watford manager against Liverpool. Topics: 1'16” – Steve Bruce on what's happened at Newcastle this week 2'30” – Has the speculation around Steve Bruce's job this week been unfair? 8'12” – How long could the transformation of Newcastle take? 11'23” – Will Newcastle be able to persuade “superstar” players to join them? 16'30” – Should a sporting director be Newcastle's first new signing? 19'00” – Pep Guardiola's reaction to Raheem Sterling's comments about wanting to play abroad in his career 20'36” – What next for Sterling at Manchester City? 27'30” – Could the next month be crucial in Chelsea's bid to become Premier League champions? 36'38” – Melchiot gives us an insight into what it's like to play under Claudio Ranieri
On episode 296, Dan and Emile discuss Pedri's renewal and what role Culers see him having in Barcelona's future. They talk questions about Ansu Fati's renewal, Raheem Sterling and Paul Pogba rumors, Alexia Putellas' absence in the Champions League, and much more! Running Order: Did Pedri go from underrated to overrated? Should we worry about Ansu Fati's renewal? Should Barcelona go for Sterling and Pogba? Did Barcelona's 2-0 win show how important Alexia Putellas is? Listen on Apple Podcasts iOS App, Spotify and, if you want to support the show, head over to Patreon for more content! Become a Patreon to support the show and check out our Quick Take Match Reviews – Thank you! Access our exclusive, listeners-only Facebook Group here. Follow us on Instagram! Find us and watch exclusive content on YouTube! Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via Spotify We are excited to partner with Fanatiz! Use this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2YAHuDd Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ralph Hasenhuttl could be close to losing his job at Southampton according to a recent report. Saints are struggling, but is it a surprise? (Part 2, 13:27) Raheem Sterling has hinted he may be open to a new challenge abroad, away from the Premier League. (Part 3, 26:25) Liverpool allegedly were interested in Leeds' Raphinha this summer.
The FC crew discuss the USMNT's comeback win in Columbus against Costa Rica powered by a great goal from Sergino Dest. Plus, the panel debates where Raheem Sterling could land after saying he's open to a move away from Manchester City. The guys also preview crucial weekend matchups in Spain and Germany and Shaka Hislop reveals his international power rankings.
In the latest edition of the Man City Podcast, Rob is in conversation with Shaun Wright-Phillips. The pair discuss Shaun's two stints at City – and we get his thoughts on the current side Pep Guardiola has constructed. He has plenty to say about the likes of Raheem Sterling and Kyle Walker! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
David Mooney is joined by The Athletic's Sam Lee to look at Raheem Sterling's form for City - and work out how he can get back to the devastating form he was in between 2017 and 2019. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ex-Chelsea, Fulham and Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri has joined Watford as their new Head Coach on a 2-year deal. Will it work out for the Italian? (Part 2, 14:33) Speaking of Italy, Roma striker Tammy Abraham has been recalled to the England squad after a good Serie A start. (Part 3, 30:02) Papers in Spain have linked Manchester City's Raheem Sterling with a move to Barcelona.
Two of the Premier League title favourites face off on Sunday in what should be a huge battle between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield. So Matt Addison is joined by Man City fan brand writer for the Manchester Evening News, Alex Brotherton, to preview the game and get the lowdown on Pep Guardiola's side and their form heading into the clash, having beaten Chelsea last weekend and then lost 2-0 to Lionel Messi and PSG in midweek. On the agenda are Jack Grealish, the failed pursuit of Harry Kane this summer, Raheem Sterling's struggles, Gabriel Jesus' new position, Bernardo Silva's form, Guardiola's dig at his own fans, and much more. Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe recap the 2nd round of results in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage discussing the following:(0:45) Manchester United's dramatic win over Villarreal thanks to a late winner from Cristiano Ronaldo(10:35) Paris Saint-Germain's 2-0 win over Manchester City punctuated by Lionel Messi's world class finish(23:05) Chelsea's 2nd straight defeat after falling 1-0 to Juventus in Turin(31:10) Liverpool hammering Porto 5-1 at Estadio Dragao thanks to impressive performances from Curtis Jones & Mohamed Salah(38:50) Shocking defeats from Real Madrid and Barcelona to Sheriff and Benfica(42:30) A preview of Sunday's big match: Liverpool v. Manchester City(46:35) Remembering Roger Hunt(49:15) And a quick word on Brighton's bright start before Saturday's tough match against Arsenal
Hosts Dan Bardell and George Elek are joined by bet365's Steve Freeth to assess an important victory on the road for England. The trio wax lyrical about Raheem Sterling's strength and leadership, as well as, an amazing year for Leeds' Kalvin Phillips and more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thanks for tuning in to episode 60! In this episode we talk about... First weekend of the Premier League, Man City's shortcomings against Tottenham, West Ham's resilience against Newcastle, Jack Grealish at City, Rafa Benitez joining Everton, the Harry Kane conquest, West Ham's quiet window, Raheem Sterling getting his toes stepped on, England's Euro 2020 campaign, this season's top 6 and relegation predictions, if Spurs would need a new striker, the Referee changes, VAR's thicker lines, divers getting booked, miserable Arsenal, the future of Mikel Arteta, Bernardo Silva's future at City, Romelu Lukaku back to Chelsea, Barcelona's money troubles, Virgil Van Dijk returning, Bish's riddle, and more! If you have a question you'd like us to answer on the next episode, submit your video at 5PintsIn.com/submit If you're enjoying the podcast, please give us a like or rating on your favorite podcast platform - It really helps the show out! Go to 5pintsin.com to sign up for our email newsletter and check out our latest merchandise. Cheers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/5pintsin/support
Dave Jones is joined by Graeme Souness, Micah Richards and Michael Dawson as they analyse Tottenham's statement 1-0 win against champions Manchester City. There is also reaction from goal scorer Heung-Min Son, Raheem Sterling, Nuno Espirito Santo and Pep Guardiola. Gary Neville then joins the quartet in part three and gives his views on the Harry Kane transfer saga as well as discussing the other talking points from the opening matchweek in the Premier League.
In part two of the Liverpool.com podcast mini-series of predicting an alternative reality for Liverpool and FSG, things get even more interesting. Mo Stewart is joined by Matt Addison and James Martin as they continue where they left off last week, deciding where Liverpool's destiny lies. Every decision made, from when to sell Raheem Sterling and how to keep hold of Mohamed Salah, are scrutinised, with every action causing a consequential reaction. Things are certainly not as straightforward as they seem...Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/
The FC crew discuss the possibility of Kylian Mbappe moving on from PSG in order to achieve the status of being one of the best ever. Plus, Antoine Griezmann questions the fairness of a potential swap deal back to Atletico Madrid, and UEFA defend their referees' decision to award Raheem Sterling a controversial penalty in England's EURO 2020 semifinal against Denmark.
In the men's team's first major final in 55 years, England were defeated in a penalty shootout at the hands of Italy. Today's Nick Robinson spoke to John Peacock, who watched the game at Wembley with his son and also attended the World Cup Final in 1966 with his father. Following that, Today's Martha Kearney found out more about England's Harry Kane, from Tottenham academy coach Bradley Allen, and Raheem Sterling, from Steve Gallen who coached him at QPR. One of the defining photographs from the night was that of manager Gareth Southgate comforting Bukayo Saka, the player who missed the final penalty. Southgate himself missed the crucial spot kick in England's Euros semi-final defeat in 1996. Nick Robinson spoke to Alan Smith, the man Southgate turned to when he missed that night and who also watched the final against Italy with the Southgate family, and Sir Trevor Brooking. Finally, Martha Kearney asked Commercial Director of the FA, Mark Bullingham about the progress the England team have made under Southgate's management. (Image: Gareth Southgate consoling Bukayo Saka.Credit: Reuters)
It's the last Daily Euros before England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final. Steve Crossman is joined by Karen Carney, Chris Sutton and football correspondent John Murray to talk about this momentous occasion for England who haven't reached a major final for 55 years. There's a surprise for Declan Rice when Sir Geoff Hurst joins the pod to wish him luck, before Rice and our reporter Emma Saunders sing us out in style with a rendition of “Sweet Caroline”. Plus, hear from Raheem Sterling's mentor on what influence he has had on kids from his local area and Italian legend Alessandro Del Piero tells us what to expect from this Italy side. Topics: 0'35 – How are the nerves?! 5'19 – Gareth Southgate with John Murray 10'37 – Declan Rice with Emma Saunders 15'54 – Sir Geoff Hurst joins the pod and surprises Declan Rice 21'21 – Declan Rice sings Sweet Caroline 28'25 – Raheem Sterling's mentor, Clive Ellington, joins Steve Crossman and John Murray to talk about Sterling's legacy 35'55 – Alessandro Del Piero on Italy 42'53 – England captain Harry Kane with John Murray
Just ahead of a finals filled weekend with both the Copa America, featuring a Neymar led Brazil team playing at home against Messi's Argentina, and the European Championship seeing hosts, England, face off against Italy @jorgioblamo, @gianinni, @ash_aust1n, @iamthomaspierce and I chat about whether this weekend means anything to most Americans. We also give predictions on the upcoming games and discuss the huge role race plays in our support of teams and players. Tap in, this is a fun one.
Ian is joined by Jeanette Kwakye and Musa Okwonga to chat more about England and Italy ahead of Sunday's Euro 2020 final (00:47) before being joined by Arsenal and England's Bukayo Saka to chat about his brilliant tournament so far, Raheem Sterling and what they're eating in the camp (28:47). Host: Ian Wright Guest: Bukayo Saka, Jeanette Kwakye, and Musa Okwonga Producers: Roscoe Bowman and Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The SlabStox squad examines the card markets of Giannis Antetokounmpo on the NBA side, Eloy Jimenez and Luis Robert on the MLB side and Raheem Sterling who is starring for England right now during their Euro Championship run which comes to a close this Sunday vs. Italy.Hosts: SlabStoxVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!
The FC crew discuss the controversy surrounding the Raheem Sterling penalty that's sending England to the EURO 2020 final against Italy. They look forward to Lionel Messi's chance for an international trophy as Argentina take on Neymar's Brazil in the Copa America final. Plus, Diego Simeone extends his contract at Atletico Madrid, Didier Deschamps is staying with France, and Jose Mourinho explains his successes and failures.
Chris Waddle, Micah Richards, Karen Carney and John Murray join Mark Chapman from a jubilant Wembley on the night England's men booked their place in a major tournament final for the first time since 1966. We hear from history-making Head Coach Gareth Southgate, Raheem Sterling and Kyle Walker before looking ahead to Sunday night and the Italian challenge with Micah revealing he'll be blocking Roberto Mancini's number until after the game.
On this week's episode of Extra Time, Henry Hill is joined by Michael McCubbin and Sam Obaseki as they cast their eye over the upcoming EURO2020 semi final games. First they talk Spain v. Italy, where the battle will be won or last, raving about Pedri and whether or not Alvaro Morata will actually find the back of the net. As for Italy, after discussing how big a loss Leonardo Spinazzola is, they talk about Gianluigi Donnarumma's impressiveness in goal and that going forward Lorenzo Insigne will be the difference maker. Then of course, it's England v. Denmark. The trio big up England, as you'd expect, talking about the likes of Raheem Sterling, Declan Rice and Harry Maguire, before remembering that Denmark are also really good at football, and how Joakim Maehlr and Mikkel Damsgaard are rising stars, and of course Kasper Schmeichel and Simon Kjaer are imperious in defence. This podcast is everything you need know about the EURO2020 semi finals.
In the latest Sky Sports Football Euros podcast, Peter Smith is joined by Ben Ransom, Nick Wright and Gerard Brand to preview England's Euro 2020 semi-final with Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday. Will Gareth Southgate go to a back three? What threats do Denmark pose on England's watertight defence? What can England learn from October's Nations League defeat against the Danes? And has Raheem Sterling been the overall player of the tournament so far? Plus, we preview the other semi-final as Italy face Spain on Tuesday night at Wembley.
A very happy Ian Wright is joined by Jeanette Kwakye and Ryan Hunn to reflect on England's win against Germany at Wembley, thanks to goals from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane (01:01). There's also a bit of chat about France's exit at the hands of Switzerland (26:24), some love for Spain's Alvaro Morata and Pedri (39:36), and much more. Host: Ian Wright Guests: Jeanette Kwakye and Ryan Hunn Producers: Roscoe Bowman and Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
England struck twice late on to end a 55-year wait for a knockout tie victory over Germany as the men's football team reach the Euro 2020 quarter-finals, where they face Ukraine in Rome, Italy. Today programme's Martha Kearney and Mishal Husain heard from comedian and co-creator of Three Lions' song David Baddiel, Raheem Sterling's QPR coach Steve Gallen, midfielder on the 1996 team Darren Anderton and former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson. Today's Rob Bonnet spoke to Emile Heskey and football correspondent John Murray interviewed England manager Gareth Southgate. (Image: England team celebrating; credit: Getty Images)
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Mittwoch – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Bundeswehr fliegt letzte Soldaten aus Afghanistan aus Die Bundeswehr hat ihren Einsatz in Afghanistan nach knapp 20 Jahren beendet. Die letzten verbliebenen deutschen Soldatinnen und Soldaten der NATO-Mission "Resolute Support" hätten das Camp Marmal in Masar-i-Scharif mit vier Militärmaschinen verlassen, teilte das Bundesverteidigungsministerium mit. Ministerin Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer erklärte, damit gehe ein historisches Kapitel zu Ende – ein intensiver Einsatz, der die Bundeswehr gefordert und bei dem sie sich im Kampf bewährt habe. Zugleich kündigte die CDU-Politikerin eine Bilanz des Einsatzes an. BND vermutet Al-Kaida-Ableger hinter Angriff auf Bundeswehrsoldaten in Mali Der Anschlag auf die Bundeswehrsoldaten in Mali vergangene Woche geht nach Erkenntnissen deutscher Sicherheitsbehörden wahrscheinlich auf das Konto einer Gruppierung aus dem Umfeld der Terrororganisation Al-Kaida. Eine Gruppe, die ursprünglich von Al-Kaida abstamme, sei zuletzt des Öfteren mit Aktionen genau dieses Typs aufgefallen, sagte der Präsident des Bundesnachrichtendienstes (BND), Bruno Kahl, in einem Video, das der deutsche Bundeswehrverband auf seiner Website veröffentlichte. Der BND gehe davon aus, dass eine in der Region aktive "Untereinheit" für den Angriff verantwortlich sei. Niederlande werfen Russland simulierten Angriff auf Kriegsschiff vor Russische Kampfflugzeuge haben nach Angaben des niederländischen Verteidigungsministeriums im Schwarzen Meer wiederholt Schein-Angriffe auf eine Fregatte der niederländischen Marine geflogen. Der Vorfall habe sich am vergangenen Donnerstag im Südosten der Krim-Halbinsel ereignet. Die russischen Flugzeuge seien mit Bomben und Luft-Boden-Raketen bewaffnet gewesen, teilte das Ministerium in Den Haag mit. Verteidigungsministerin Ank Bijleveld-Schouten nannte das Verhalten der russischen Streitkräfte "unverantwortlich". Moskau widersprach: Die Flugzeuge hätten "in sicherem Abstand" operiert. Steinmeier mahnt Israel zu Lösung mit Palästinensern Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier hat kurz vor seinem Staatsbesuch in Israel die neue Regierung des Landes zu einer Lösung des Konflikts mit den Palästinensern aufgerufen. Ohne sie gebe es keine gute Zukunft im Nahen Osten, sagte Steinmeier der israelischen Tageszeitung "Haaretz". Deutschland halte hier eine Zweistaatenlösung nach wie vor für den besten Weg. Im Rahmen seiner dreitägigen Israel-Reise wird der Bundespräsident am Donnerstag auch mit dem neuen Ministerpräsidenten Naftali Bennett und Außenminister Jair Lapid zusammenkommen. Amnesty sieht Menschenrechtsverletzung in Sicherheitsgesetz Ein Jahr nach Inkrafttreten des umstrittenen chinesischen Sicherheitsgesetzes für die Sonderverwaltungszone Hongkong übt die Menschenrechtsorganisation Amnesty International scharfe Kritik. Das Gesetz werde von den Behörden benutzt, um Andersdenkende ins Visier zu nehmen und "Zensur, Schikanen, Verhaftungen und Verfolgungen zu rechtfertigen, die die Menschenrechte verletzen", schreibt die Organisation in ihrem Bericht zur Lage in Hongkong. In der Analyse bezieht sich Amnesty International auf Gerichtsurteile, Notizen von Gerichtsverhandlungen und Interviews mit Aktivisten. EM-Aus gegen England: Ära von Trainer Löw endet nach 15 Jahren Die deutsche Fußball-Nationalmannschaft ist im EM-Achtelfinale ausgeschieden. Die Auswahl des Deutschen Fußball-Bundes verlor ihr letztes Spiel unter Bundestrainer Joachim Löw im Wembley-Stadion in London gegen England mit 0 : 2. Die Tore für England schossen Raheem Sterling und Harry Kane. Die Ära Löw endet damit nach 15 Jahren. Sein Nachfolger wird nach dem Turnier Hansi Flick, der ehemalige Trainer von Bayern München. In der Runde der letzten Acht treffen die Engländer am Samstag in Rom auf die Ukraine, die sich gegen Schweden mit 2 : 1 nach Verlängerung durchsetzte.
England beat Germany in the knockout rounds of a major tournament. Gareth Southgate's team selection and system wins the day. Raheem Sterling scores yet another England goal. And Ukraine slide past 10-man Sweden en route to meet England in Rome in the quarter finals. The Tifo team analyse day 17 of Euro2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There was joy for England fans but heartbreak for Scotland supporters, as the final games in Group D were played out with mixed success for the home nations. On this episode of the pod, Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Chris Waddle and Karen Carney, who were all at Wembley to witness England beating the Czech Republic 1-0. And they delve deep inside the England camp, as they are joined by the stars of this England side: Goal scorer, Raheem Sterling, manager Gareth Southgate, Harry Maguire and Bukayo Saka - who all give their unique take on the game. Then it's off to Hampden, where Pat Nevin and James McFadden watched Scotland lose 3-1 to Croatia. They give their views on Scotland's tournament as a whole and hear from Callum McGregor, David Marshall and Scotland boss, Steve Clarke. Topics: 1:00 – Chris Waddle and Karen Carney on England's win 5:00 – Bukayo Saka with Kelly Somers 7'10 – Chris Waddle praising the performance of Bukayo Saka 8:10 – Raheem Sterling with John Murray 15:00 – Harry Maguire with John Murray 17:00 – England manager Gareth Southgate 21'30 – Scotland chat with Pat Nevin and James McFadden 24'00 – Steve Clarke with Eilidh Barbour 27'00 – James McFadden on Scotland's tournament 29'00 – Goal scorer, Callum McGregor 32'00 – David Marshall interview
Marcus, Jim and Pete grab some front row seats on the England hype train, as we ruthlessly put Croatia to our (quite blunt) sword. After deserved praise for the likes of Kalvin Phillips and Raheem Sterling, we turn our attentions to the Goran Pandev fountain of youth and a right humdinger between Ukraine and the Netherlands.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: email@example.com***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.
Thierry Henry chats with Robbie Earle about his induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame, childhood football inspirations, Arsene Wenger's impact, the weight of wearing the Arsenal cannon, the genius of Pep Guardiola and what's next for him in the world of football.
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle discuss the following:(0:45) Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Manchester City and how Thomas Tuchel and company did it to capture the club's 2nd Champions League title(26:40) Discussion over Pep Guardiola's controversial lineup decisions and why City were unable to break Chelsea down(41:30) Brentford defeating Swansea to gain promotion to the Premier League(49:00) And Earle and Mustoe hand out their end of season 2 Robbies Awards
Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe discuss the following on their latest episode:(0:40) Manchester United's stunning defeat to Villarreal in the Europa League Final and what it means for several key players and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer moving forward(24:45) An in-depth preview of the UEFA Champions League Final between Manchester City and Chelsea and lineup surprises we could see from either Pep Guardiola or Thomas Tuchel(35:25) A look ahead to the Championship Final between Brentford and Swansea(36:35) The latest big name managers to leave their posts in Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane(41:15) And Paul Rabil joins the pod to discussing the upcoming Premier Lacrosse League season, his favorite Premier League team Chelsea and how he would handle a Robbie Mustoe slide tackle