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Nathan Jones' first game in charge ends in a 3-1 defeat at Anfield but getting anything there was always going to be a tall order for new manager. The team break down what happened in that match as well as the cup match against Sheffield Wednesday and they look ahead to what needs to be done during the World Cup break. Although the Premier League is taking a break, we aren't! We'll be doing special World Cup podcasts right here throughout the competition, focusing on the England squad and any other Saints focused news and updates. Keep an eye out for that the week after the England game on all the usual platforms.Welcome to TSP 214!A huge thanks to Nord VPN for sponsoring the podcast this week, you can grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/totalsaints to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Martin Starke and is joined by Steve Grant (SaintsWeb), Glen de la Cour (League One Minus 10), and Jacob Tanswell (The Athletic) to get you up to date on all things SaintsFC.TSP is supported by our loyal TSP Patrons, thanks to everyone supporting the podcast, we couldn't do it without your support. If you'd like to support the podcast you can find more information at www.patreon.com/TotalSaintsPodcastDon't forget we're also on YouTube! You can find the guys live on YouTube at 19:15pm every Sunday evening, make sure to subscribe to be notified when that's happening.Keep Marching In!www.totalsaints.co.ukTwitter: @TotalSaintsPodFacebook: facebook.com/TotalSaintsPodProduced by Audio CoastThis Podcast has been created and uploaded by The Total Saints Podcast. The views in this Podcast are not necessarily the views of talkSPORT. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Saints have decide to sack manager Ralph Hasenhüttl after a dismal 4-1 home defeat to Newcastle but it's uncertain as to when he might be leaving. At the time of recording, this is yet to be announced but subject to change in the coming hours! The team also cover the upcoming EFL Cup match against Sheffield Wednesday with James Mappin from The Wednesday 'Til I Die Podcast, provide an update on away fans sitting in the home sections at Saint Marys and preview this weeks game against Liverpool... Busy week!Welcome to TSP 213!A huge thanks to Nord VPN for sponsoring the podcast this week, you can grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/totalsaints to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Martin Starke and is joined by Steve Grant (SaintsWeb), Glen de la Cour (League One Minus 10), and Alfie House (Daily Echo) to get you up to date on all things SaintsFC.TSP is supported by our loyal TSP Patrons, thanks to everyone supporting the podcast, we couldn't do it without your support. If you'd like to support the podcast you can find more information at www.patreon.com/TotalSaintsPodcastDon't forget we're also on YouTube! You can find the guys live on YouTube at 19:15pm every Sunday evening, make sure to subscribe to be notified when that's happening.Keep Marching In!www.totalsaints.co.ukTwitter: @TotalSaintsPodFacebook: facebook.com/TotalSaintsPodProduced by Audio CoastThis Podcast has been created and uploaded by The Total Saints Podcast. The views in this Podcast are not necessarily the views of talkSPORT. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Sheffield Wednesday have shown two different attacking fronts this week, why the inconsistency? FOLLOW THE TWITTER - https://twitter.com/talkingwed Talking Wednesday | The Sheffield Wednesday Podcast ©
Oliver Gage joins Gary to discuss the world of analysis at the professional level, with an emphasis on how young analysts can build their resume and career effectively. Oliver has worked at the professional level for a number of years in England with Sheffield Wednesday, MLS with Houston Dynamo, and Canada with Canadian Premier League. He has also recently launched a new analysis community called APFA (Association of Professional Football Analysts) and talks about the goals and objectives of that project. To join Olly's new APFA project, please go to: https://apfa.io/
Neno is joined by Caz and Max to assess a run of games that saw Rovers take on League One's big boys in Plymouth Argyle, Sheffield Wednesday, and Derby County in what was a difficult end to a strong October for the boys in blue.The gang discuss Ryan Loft's monumental rise, McCormick's slow start, and the more direct style of play that has worked in recent weeks. Caz praises Beefy's return, Neno ponders FA Cup rotation, and Max coins a phrase for Rovers' physical front three.Thanks for listening, and UTG!Support the show
Ben and Jake this week, as we look over the two excellent results against Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley, look ahead to the Port Vale game and discuss the surprising allocation for Chippenham Town away! As always, get involved, subscribe, tell a mate, etc, and of course… Up the Imps.
Sheffield Wednesday are putting some impressive form together, grinding out results even when not at their best. Let's discuss the news and more! FOLLOW THE TWITTER - https://twitter.com/talkingwed Talking Wednesday | The Sheffield Wednesday Podcast ©
Well…our Chris Wynn sat down to chat with one of the classiest defenders Sunderland have ever signed, embarking on a journey through the life and career of the absolutely f***in delightful Emerson 'Paredão' Thome! What's the crack? The journey from Porto Alegre; what made a young Emerson - raised in Brazilian football's golden era - want to play a more direct, combative and aggressive style? Batismo de fogo - The fight to stand out in a crowd of 700 hopefuls in the vast youth trials of Brazilian giants Internacional, and the influence of the Grenal on his young mind; Moving away from his family and friends to fight for a career in Europe, starting with trying to get the attention of the biggest sides in Portugal's Primeira Liga; Accepting the challenge set by a typically bullish Ron Atkinson at Sheffield Wednesday - with assistance from handy personal interpreter Paulo Di Canio - and proving he had what it took to play the English game; Frustrations with what is in his opinion key to the defensive partnership - communication - and his defining role in the Wednesday escape, as well as his move to Stamford Bridge; The arrival on Wearside as Peter Reid looked to strengthen the side for what would be one of the best seasons in living memory for many Sunderland fans - did he know exactly what was expected of him? His love of the club and it's supporters, the exact moment he knew he wanted to play for us and his favourite memories of his time at the Stadium of Light; The best characters he met along the way, his love for Julio, Reidy, Sacko, Quinny and SKP; His struggle with injuries, playing through the pain barrier and maintaining his positive attitude; His career since leaving Wearside, his work for the Red Bull group and his current role in both Europe and Brazil; All this and much more! He's not going to lie to you… HA'WAY THE LADS! #SAFC #EFL #EFLChampionship #EmersonThome Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The final episode of MOT begins back in January with the transfer window signing of Georgie Kelly, the top goalscorer in Irish football. It then cuts to the touchline at Gillingham with 11 minutes of the League One season remaining as Rotherham manager Paul Warne brings Kelly on for his Millers debut. Leading 1-0 but under heavy pressure, can the former Bohemians striker score a crucial second goal and fire his side back in the Championship at the first time of asking? After the full-time whistle, the manager spends time with his team, his wife, the fans, and with the Gillingham manager Neil Harris before boarding the bus for the long journey back to Rotherham and the difficult task of releasing players. The series finishes six weeks later as we catch up with both managers to discuss their respective summers; were they able to get any time off or did the managerial wheel keep spinning on their holidays? For Paul Warne there was the disappointment of losing two of his best players to bitter rivals Sheffield Wednesday during the break, and a never-ending series of phone calls; for Karl Robinson it was the possibility of leaving Oxford as a number of clubs made serious enquiries for his services. Before long, the pair are back in the dressing room addressing their players ahead of a new season.
On this week's show, YP football writers Stuart Rayner and Leon Wobschall join host Mark Singleton to discuss everything from the PreMier League down to League Two. Should Leeds United be worried about their lack of a killer instinct? Are Sheffield United genuine promotion contenders in the Championship? How do Huddersfield Town, Hull City and Middlesbrough pull themselves clear at the bottom of the second tier. They will also be looking at the recent form of Sheffield Wednesday, Barnsley, Bradford City, Doncaster Rovers and Harrogate Town.
Another pod and another few defeats to look through. But Julian Roberts, Matt Caspell and Tom Walker aren't panicking, they're keeping their feet on the ground and their heads on the ceiling. We chat Liam Bennett, square pegs round holes and how to tackle the challenge of Sheffield Wednesday, featuring a preview with James from the Wednesday Til' I Die podcast. Thanks for all your questions again. Get in touch with the pod: @AbbeyStandPod email@example.com www.undertheabbeystand.com This episode is brought to you in partnership with Shout. Shout are always there for you to provide round the clock mental health support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just text 85258 to get put in touch with a trained volunteer. Fully confidential, at no cost whatsoever. https://giveusashout.org/
On this week's podcast, Dave Woods meets members of England's World Cup squad at their training base in Wigan. Old hands Ryan Hall and Tommy Makinson join newer faces Matty Lees, Marc Sneyd, Andy Ackers and the ‘Australian Yorkshireman' Victor Radley to look ahead to the tournament. They discuss the pride they felt when Shaun Wane called to inform them they were in the squad and their excitement as they look ahead to the potentially pivotal clash against a very impressive Samoan side which kicks things off on Saturday 15th October. Timecodes: 01:00 Journalist Steve Mascord and former Wigan scribe Phil Wilkinson discuss England's chances. 05:50 Phil says he's excited to see Shaun Wane in charge of an international team. 07:10 St Helens duo Tommy Makinson and Matty Lees say they've enjoyed their Grand Final success, but now they're purely focused on England. 10:30 They discuss facing Samoa in their first game and potentially the chance to play a Samoan-filled Penrith Panthers in the World Club Challenge in 2023. 12:00 Record England try-scorer Ryan Hall says he's really proud to be a part of another international squad. 14:30 He reflects on how close England were to winning the World Cup in 2017. 16:25 Salford's Marc Sneyd and Andy Ackers admit they were both very surprised and emotional when they heard they'd been selected. 19:10 They discuss the very nervous speeches they both had to give in front of their new international team mates. 22:00 Victor Radley explains his decision to pledge his allegiance to England rather than Australia. 23:10 He talks about his Yorkshire roots and how his dad, a Sheffield Wednesday fan is looking forward to watching England play at Sheffield United's Bramall Lane! 27:10 Finally, England team manager Colin Maskell reveals his role and how a 40-year friendship with Shaun Wane got him the job.
Former Sheffield United manager Danny Wilson talks about his time as boss of the Blades, the initial controversy surrounding his appointment, play-off heartache, his surprising dismissal and his thoughts on a variety of players such as Steve Simonsen, Harry Maguire and Ched Evans.
Paul Hawksbee and Charlie Baker are joined in the pod by Sheffield Wednesday supporting comedian Glenn Moore to reflect on his spectacular Edinburgh Festival run. Plus, comedian and runner Paul Tonkinson has some tips for you ahead of this weekend's London Marathon. And, find out whether Paul made it eleven Birthday Spread wins in a row or whether Charlie avenged La Décima! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Stamford Chidge interviews Paul Canoville, Chelsea's first black player and a skilful winger in his day, forever remembered for that game against Sheffield Wednesday.Paul Canoville was Chelsea's first black player and his story is incredible. Subjected to racist abuse on the terraces, Paul had to show huge strength of character and dignity to win over too many of his own supporters.Highlights of Paul's all too brief Chelsea career included a hat-trick against Swansea, but he played a crucial part in the legendary 4-4 draw away to Sheffield Wednesday in the Milk Cup in 1985, coming on as a second half substitute with Chelsea 3-0 down. Paul scored twice, his first after just eleven seconds, as Chelsea salvaged a remarkable draw.In arguably one of his most forthright, honest and moving interviews yet, Paul talks about his time as one of John Neal's great side; the players, the matches and the goals and his struggles with racism, drug addiction and homelessness after football. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this week's show we have all the action and reaction from the game against Sheffield Wednesday, Sam Vokes picks his songs for the pre-match playlist, football reporter and architecture enthusiast Aaron Paul has a chat, plus we find out about Adams Park Security & Events with Richard Piercey. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phil-catchpole/message
Welcome to the ESI Digest, on this episode we cover DoorDash launching its Battle of the Brands esports competition, Sheffield Wednesday launching an esports division, plus more! Hosted by Tom Daniels (@TheTomDaniels)
Mark Heath, Stuart Watson and Andy Warren discuss Town's draw at Sheffield Wednesday and the victory over Arsenal's youngsters, before delving into a series of big questions, ranging from the big Town topics to chat about massage chairs, service stations and fights in phoneboxes. Kings of Anglia is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code KOA at MANSCAPED.com
Another inconsistent couple of weeks for The Owls, winning at Morecambe but defeat to Burton bookending a draw with Ipswich. We look back over those games and figure out how the season feels to be panning out, and wonder what's going on with Dominic Iorfa's form. Plus we take a look at the elephant in the room - the problems caused by the behaviour of a minority of Sheffield Wednesday fans. Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/ (https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/) Contact us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DomAndJames (twitter.com/DomAndJames) https://twitter.com/domhowson (twitter.com/domhowson) https://twitter.com/JamesMarriott (twitter.com/JamesMarriott) UTO.
A solid week for Wednesday, but do the SWFC faithful think the same? Let's talk all things match and new related in the world of Sheffield Wednesday. FOLLOW THE TWITTER - https://twitter.com/talkingwed Talking Wednesday | The Sheffield Wednesday Podcast ©
We discuss an ultimately frustrating 2-2 draw for Ipswich Town at Hillsborough, plus we reveal all the details for our upcoming Blue Monday Live event!Thanks for listening! Blue Monday is an independent podcast and video channel discussing Ipswich Town - up or down - since 2015! Please
Ross Halls is joined by Steve Wallers, Ben De'Ath and Brad Archer to discuss all things Town from Town's win over Bristol Rovers, one word to describe each member of the Town squad and the ultimate beer taps at Portman Road. Plus another addition of the Strike and looking ahead to Sheffield Wednesday! Kings of Anglia is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code KOA at MANSCAPED.com
We preview Ipswich Town's tough trip to South Yorkshire to take on Sheffield Wednesday, plus we look ahead to the next round of League One matches. **APOLOGIES FOR INTERMITTENT AUDIO ISSUES**Thanks for listening! Blue Monday is a fans-produced Ipswich Town podcast and video channel - discussing the Town (up or down!) since 2015! Please
Forest Green Rovers head chef Jade Crawford is on the pod (35:37). Also we talk to Laurie Martin about the Sheffield Wednesday match, our current struggles, and how he's feeling about our survival (10:38). We end the show speaking with Ollie from the Salopcast Shrewsbury Town podcast to preview Saturday's important match! (72:25)- Laurie Martin (10:38)- Jade Crawford (35:37)- Family Feud (62:35)- Ollie from Shrewsbury Town Pod (72:25)- Fashion Police (75:13)#WeAreFGR
Ex Barnsley, Sheffield Wednesday, Luton and Brighton midfielder talks about his playing career as well as his time as manager in the Premier League and Championship with a variety of clubs He talks about the highs and lows of Wembley, winning the 1988 League Cup Final with Luton and losing 2 Cup Finals in 1993 with Sheffield Wednesday only a few days apart Danny also talks about the time he played against Maradona at the Nou Camp in 6 inches of water on the pitch Contact Us: Website: https://www.mybestelevenpodcast.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @mybestelevenpod Download/Stream the podcast from (selected list but available on other pod apps): Direct: https://mybesteleven.podbean.com/ Apple Podcaster/ iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/my-best-eleven/id1531409475 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/79XqOdXO5dOp2SV2Ib3blv Google Podcaster: https://podcastsmanager.google.com/show?show=show%3AsTOC6DrGP4qPKRBq6K674A YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCosPHLqTf7KuZfKVtlVLy0Q Musical credits: Higher Up by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
On the 30th anniversary of the Premier League, Will Robinson sits down with Mark Bright to talk Palace's opening day six-goal thriller, dramatic transfer dealings and the impact of the competition three decades on. Listen in for stories of battles with Alan Shearer, media machines, pre-match advice, training nightmares – and the true inside story of Brighty's move to Sheffield Wednesday. Remember, you can keep up to date with all the latest goings on at the club on cpfc.co.uk, social media and the Official Crystal Palace App.
Post Match Reaction To Sunderland League Cup Defeat To Sheffield Wednesday. We hear from the Black Cats Head Coach Alex Neil and defender Bailey Wright. Analysis from Colin White, Nick Barnes and Gary Bennett.
The first stop on our tour of the launch of the Premier League and that famous Alive and Kicking advert is Sheffield Wednesday and David Hirst. The Owls striker looks back on his success in the early 90s, being part of the Premier League launch campaign and his nearly move to Man Utd. Keep it 90s! Follow the show! Alive and Kicking @AK90s Ash Rose @AshRoseUK
Bring on the bromance! Browny's best buddy Tommy Spurr is with us this week talking through his career at Sheffield Wednesday, Doncaster, Preston, Blackburn, and Fleetwood, covering his clashes with Gary Megson, Personal shopper Chris Brown, John Parkin the super agent, and Joey Barton's gruelling training regimesDownload the new ultimate Fantasy Football App SPITCH
It starts. Another new season. Another beginning for a bunch of Between the Sticks from now until May. All the same stuff: Premier League to League Two and anything outside of that which warrants special goalkeeper attention. And by the same stuff, we do sadly mean an immediate return for Commentary Corner. Jamie Carragher flexed his analytical inadequacies when it comes to goalkeeping in running the rule on Aaron Ramsdale, David de Gea and Robert Sanchez this weekend. In more positive news... - Illan Meslier and Edouard Mendy started their respective campaigns in solid fashion - Wes Foderingham sounded the first Goalkeeper Assist klaxon of the season - Double stops from Christian Walton and David Stockdale helped bag three points for Ipswich and Sheffield Wednesday respectively - Sol Brynn, on loan at Swindon from Middlesbrough, threw his hand in the ring for a Save of the Week contender
Torquay United legend Kevin talks to Marv and Andrew about his time as a pro defender. The ex Scarborough, Sheffield Wednesday and Notts County defender talks about his playing career and his extremely brief spell at Barnet Enjoy the banter, stories and chat about his outlook on football, ex team mates as well as how he felt playing for England. Contact Us: Website: https://www.mybestelevenpodcast.com/ Email: email@example.com Twitter: @mybestelevenpod Download/Stream the podcast from (selected list but available on other pod apps): Direct: https://mybesteleven.podbean.com/ Apple Podcaster/ iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/my-best-eleven/id1531409475 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/79XqOdXO5dOp2SV2Ib3blv Google Podcaster: https://podcastsmanager.google.com/show?show=show%3AsTOC6DrGP4qPKRBq6K674A YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCosPHLqTf7KuZfKVtlVLy0Q Musical credits: Higher Up by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
Jake Smith delivers a review of the Blues' opening day stalemate at Sheffield Wednesday, with the help of Matt Drabble and Ian Chiverton. The panel also consider the big impact the England Lionesses' UEFA Women's EURO 2022 success has had, and will continue to have, on women's football in the UK!
Pompey's opening game of the 2022/23 season at Sheffield Wednesday is previewed by Jake Smith, Alex Fletcher and Mark Magee. Over The White Line host Henry Deacon also features to deliver pre-match interviews with Danny Cowley and Michael Morrison.
Yes, the time has arrived for our annual homage to the greatest tweet ever... the balls are indeed out and kick-off for Sheffield Wednesday's 2022-23 campaign is just hours away. Dom and James look back over the final couple of pre-season games, review the latest transfer activity and rumours, and try to figure out a likely starting XI for the visit of Portsmouth on Saturday. Plus we discuss why it's such a pivotal season for Darren Moore and the pressure at his doorstep as the season gets underway. Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/ (https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/) Contact us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DomAndJames (twitter.com/DomAndJames) https://twitter.com/domhowson (twitter.com/domhowson) https://twitter.com/JamesMarriott (twitter.com/JamesMarriott) UTO.
Pompey signed highly rated Spurs striker Dane Scarlett as we recorded our season preview. Hugh, Freddie and Joth discuss Pompey's new signing and luckily we prepared in case the news broke when we recorded! The lads make their predictions for where Pompey will finish this season so you lot can tell us how wrong we were! We finish the pod with our first preview of the season vs Sheffield Wednesday. This episode includes: - Michael Morrison signing - Alex Bass to Sunderland. - Dan Scarlett signing - Players to go out on loan? - Who else does Pompey need to sign? - Season predictions and your questions - Sheffield Wednesday preview.
PreseasonSheff WedsWinning Habit Jimmy McCleanTalal's PenTeaser?Kell Watts?Players Out On LoanLuke RobinsonJordan JonesThis episode wraps up preseason, a good workout against Sheffield Wednesday, four goals and lots of minutes in the players legs.Less than a week to the start of the new campaign and the camp look focused and ready for the big kick off, some great performances at the DW on Saturday with James McClean outstanding.
Here we go then, the football is back and so is Singing The Blues for our fifth season. Dom and James chat all things Sheffield Wednesday including a few outgoings, lots of incomings, some preseason games, and of course the training camp in Portugal which Dom was at. We discuss what formation Darren Moore is likely to go with and who'll get the nod as the club's number one. Thanks to Gareth Platt for joining us to chat about his new book When A Giant Stirred which you can buy on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Giant-Stirred-Sheffield-Wednesday-1976-1993/dp/1780916124/ or at https://www.jmdmedia.co.uk/products/when-a-giant-stirred-sheffield-wednesday-1976-1993 Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/ (https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/) Contact us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DomAndJames (twitter.com/DomAndJames) https://twitter.com/domhowson (twitter.com/domhowson) https://twitter.com/JamesMarriott (twitter.com/JamesMarriott) UTO.
A weekly look at all things Sheffield Wednesday - news, views, boardroom politics and the all important performances on the pitch. Bringing some levity to life as a Wednesdayite, enjoying the highs and only occasionally wallowing in the lows. The 150th episode (and last) of Different Gravy has a special treat with the Boys decreeing their Favourite and Worst XIs from their Wednesday-watching careers in one of the chunkiest episodes yet. We also cover best and worst manager, break hoo-hoos for the last time, and thank the many sweet people who have sent sweet and lovely messages in. And yet there is still more that happens! Further episode notes: Also thanks to Samuel Gleadall for the intro suggestion and enjoy the alternative theme tune done by DJ Millstar. Forgive the emotions and blubbering in this episode as we for the last time give our love letter to Sheffield Wednesday. We have loved making the show and we dearly thank you for listening. WAWAW www.differentgravypod.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org
Medyascope Haber Koordinatörü Kaya Heyse'nin sesi ve Spor Servisi Editörü Doğa Üründül‘ün kaleminden, 15 Nisan 1989'da Sheffield şehrinin takımı olan Sheffield Wednesday'in sahası Hillsborough Stadyumu'nda gerçekleşen ve 97 kişinin ölümüyle sonuçlanan facianın hikayesini dinleyebilirsiniz.
Former Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion and Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis joins Hugh Woozencroft and Matt Lawton for a special podcast from The Times.While talking some time away from the game following his departure from Sheffield Wednesday in 2020, he's been tracking the progress of his grandson; a talented eight-year-old enjoying the benefits of a category one academy at a Premier League club; a product of the Elite Player Performance Programme (EPPP) that was launched 10 years ago to produce more home grown players for the country's top clubs. It is, however, a system that Pulis believes is in need of a complete overhaul. Pulis also gives us his thoughts on the best young managers in the UK and whether negative comments about his style of management ever get to him.Read the full article here: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/tony-pulis-most-academy-kids-are-never-going-to-play-football-not-enough-is-done-for-them-rjz2n3z6t See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.