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Tutti Convocati
Calcetto Serie A

Tutti Convocati

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021


Archiviata la pausa Nazionale, torna il campionato. Domani il ritorno a Roma di Inzaghi per Lazio-Inter e Milan in campo con le già note assenze contro il Verona. Attesa domenica sera per Juve-Roma. Intanto, i calciatori sudamericani devono ancora rientrare in Italia e c'è chi si immagina scene da calcetto del giovedì sera: giocatori stanchi che si scaldano nel tragitto tra un volo intercontinentale e lo stadio, infortuni al primo strappo e partite dal valore tecnico discutibile. Ne parliamo con Michele Plastino. Questa sera torna anche l'Eurolega con Milano che affronta i campioni in carica dell'Efes. Convocato Davide Pessina che racconterà la partita su Sky Sport.

Two Girls Talk Balls
Episode 82 - Stanway Gets Carried Away

Two Girls Talk Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 39:42


The Manchester derby did not disappoint. We enjoyed a day out at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday and Tamsin completed her forfeit by wearing the stunning tequila sunrise Manchester City away number. We discuss the pro and cons for both sides of Manchester. Arsenal use their match against Everton for their own Goal of the Season competition, Chelsea scrape a win against a stubborn Leicester side, Reading remember where the goal is, Birmingham City grab a point and please can we have a Hope Powell v Rehanne Skinner rivalry. Proudly sponsored by FotMob

Full10Yards American Football Podcast
Kieran's Korner - Sunday Sky Sports Wrap Up - Week 5

Full10Yards American Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 20:58


Kieran is back to wrap up 3 games for you this week! We've got Jets Vs Falcons in London, Bengals Vs Packers and Giants Vs Cowboys! Week 5 was packed with missed kicks, injuries and some real fun games! Can we please get some better London games though? My fellow countrymen shouldn't have to pay hundreds of pounds to see Matt Ryan and Zach Wilson...that's a little unfair. Follow Kieran @TheHimboF10Y over on twitter and let him know what you thought of this episode!

Saturday Live
Lenny Henry

Saturday Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 84:06


Nikki Bedi and Richard Coles are joined by Sir Lenny Henry: comedian, actor, writer, fund raiser, he's graced our stage and screen for almost 50 years and now he's put his talents to writing for the next generation. Arthur Timothy is an architect turned artist whose work is inspired by photographs from the past and his own memories. He describes his paintings as love letters to his family. He joins us. We have Paula Sutton who worked in fashion magazines for years before she decided to showcase her own distinctive style online in her instagram account, Hill House Vintage, which soon became her full time job. And Simon Thomas, who had a successful career first as a Blue Peter presenter then fronting Sky Sport's Premier League football coverage. Then, in 2017, his wife died suddenly from acute myeloid leukaemia. Simon retired to care for their son, and 4 years later is reflecting on the evolution of his grief and return to work. We also have Bernadine Evaristo's Inheritance Tracks, she chooses Mona Lisa by Nat King Cole & Bridge Over Troubled Water sung by Roberta Flack, and your Thank you. Producer: Corinna Jones

Angličan
Vyprovokovat se od Velšanů určitě nenecháme, slíbili Vydra se Součkem

Angličan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 47:34


Druhé vydání fanouškovského speciálu Angličana rozebírá zranění Matěje Vydry, kterého napálil pěstmi do hlavy brankář Krul. Kapitán českého národního týmu Tomáš Souček nemohl uvěřit, že rozhodčí brankáře Norwiche nepotrestali.Tým podcastu Angličan se po čase opět sešel se svými fanoušky, tentokrát v Paspově sále pivovaru Staropramen. V druhé části večera autor podcastu Jiří Hošek vyzpovídal Matěje Vydru a Tomáše Součka, české reprezentanty, kteří aktuálně působí v anglické Premier League. U mikrofonu nechyběl ani Karel Häring, sportovní novinář a šéf magazínu Football Club.Bezbranková remíza v rámci sedmého kola Premier League mezi Burnley a nováčkem z Norwiche přinesla i jeden okamžik, u kterého jistě zatrnulo kromě fanoušků domácích i všem českým fotbalovým příznivcům. Matěj Vydra, útočník Burnley, totiž schytal tvrdý direkt od brankáře Norwiche Tima Krula. Zatímco otřesený český reprezentační útočník musel během několika dalších minut hřiště opustit, Krul nebyl za svůj likvidační zákrok rozhodčími nijak potrestán.„Tim Krul moc dobře věděl, že to přehnal a hned po zápase to dokonce říkal Erikovi Pietersovi, mému nizozemskému spoluhráči. Škoda, že to přišlo takhle pozdě. Já jsem po tom direktu nechtěl jít střídat, bál jsem se proto i polehávat dlouho na zemi, protože se v Anglii aktuálně hodně řeší zranění hlavy. Případný otřes mozku by mě automaticky poslal mimo hru. Hlava mě ani nějak nebolela, ale naneštěstí jsem si skřípl něco v zádech. Nešlo mi pak moc dobře dýchat a musel jsem se stejně pro jistotu nechat vystřídat. Mohu být rád, že jsem teď tady s klukama na srazu. Vlastně to ještě celé dopadlo dobře,“ líčí incident Matěj Vydra.„Krul je velmi zkušený, což ukázal bezprostředně po tom jeho zákroku. S emocemi zůstal ledově chladný, takticky to zahrál na jedničku. To ovšem nic nemění na skutečnosti, že měl obrovské štěstí, když mu to celé nakonec prošlo. Měla to být jednoznačně penalta, což potvrdili i fotbaloví experti v pondělním analytickém okénku televize Sky Sports včetně jednoho dalšího aktivního anglického sudího,“ komentuje ostrý střet Karel Häring.Tomáš Souček, kapitán české fotbalové reprezentace a lídr záložní řady West Hamu, nemohl uvěřit, když zjistil, že úder na hlavu jeho spoluhráče prošel bez povšimnutí. „Všechen respekt Matějovi, že do toho souboje vůbec šel. Je velká smůla, že z toho nic nebylo, když se takhle obětoval. V takových soubojích je to leckdy otázka setin, jestli trefí gólman vaší hlavu, nebo míč. Sice to nebyla penalta, ale i tak Matěj prokázal obří odvahu udělat maximum pro dobro svého mužstva,“ chválí svého spoluhráče Tomáš Souček.Česká reprezentace netrpělivě vyhlíží páteční konfrontaci s Velšany, ve které se oba celky střetnou v přímém souboji o druhé místo v kvalifikační skupině o účast na Mistrovství světa v Kataru v roce 2022.Matěj Vydra věří v český úspěch, ale v klání proti jemu dobře známým ostrovanům vyhlíží fyzický boj až do samého konce. „Bude to zřejmě stejný zápas jako v Cardiffu. Očekávám velmi soubojové utkání. Musíme vyhrát a nenechat se zbytečně vyprovokovat k nějakým hloupostem. Kromě Garetha Balea by měl Velšanům chybět i Ben Davies, obránce Tottenhamu. Naopak my máme zase o něco silnější kádr. Porveme se o druhé místo ve skupině a věříme ve vítězství,“ říká sebevědomě.Na znatelném výkonnostním vzestupu českého národního mužstva se podle obou reprezentantů výraznou měrou podílí trenér Jaroslav Šilhavý, ale také skutečnost, že hodně Čechů je v posledních několika sezónách ve stabilně dobré formě.„Příchod nového trenéra jednoznačně nakopl celou reprezentaci. Máme hodně hráčů, kteří pochází z té úspěšné éry Slavie a drží si dlouhodobě solidní formu i po svém přestupu. Patrik Schick je aktuálně v mezi třemi nejlepšími střelci Bundesligy, což vypovídá o jeho formě a kvalitě. Zapadlo to tu do sebe jako puzzle. Teď už jen dostat nás na příští Mistrovství světa do Kataru, což je jednoznačně naší aktuální misí,“ dodává Vydra.Úspěch celého mužstva také výrazně závisí na Tomáši Součkovi, zodpovědném kapitánovi. „Ti zkušení hráči mi ale se vším ochotně pomáhají. Řekl bych, že tu tvoříme zdravé a přátelské jádro v kabině, což se zákonitě přenáší i na trávník. Svými zkušenostmi se snažíme pomoci těm mladším, což určitě příspívá k celkově lepší pohodě v kádru,“ přibližuje Souček dynamiku v české reprezentaci.Chcete zjistit, jestli Tomáši Součkovi opravdu chutnal bramborový salát z klubové kuchyně Hammers? Co si myslí Matěj Vydra o českých fanoušcích a proč by mohl spát v pyžamu West Hamu? A kdo je v kádru Hammers vášnivým rybářem a jakým úředním jazykem se tam po příchodu třetího Čecha hovoří? Poslechněte si speciální epizodu Angličana!

Leaders Sport Business Podcast
Leaders London 2021 - what went down on day one

Leaders Sport Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 35:08


Behind the scenes at the Leaders Sport Business Summit.David Cushnan and James Emmett are joined by Nielsen Sports' Samantha Lamberti to review the action from a barnstorming return to face-to-face conferencing at the first day of the Leaders Sport Business Summit in London.On the agenda:The buzz on the conference floor; and re-learning how to network;The big themes from the day: change, change, and more change;The huge momentum behind women's sport as new research indicates that 21% of UK adults follow more women's sport than they did 18 months ago.HBSE's Josh Harris, Sky Sports' Jo Osbourne, and Unity's Peter Moore;NFTs, and the new wave of technological innovations sweeping sport and the conference halls;How evolving consumer habits, new technologies, and creative approaches to monetisation are changing the way we produce and consumer sport.Join us on Thursday for another full day at Leaders, and another live wrap-up show.

Two Girls Talk Balls
Episode 81 - Tayls Never Fails

Two Girls Talk Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 39:32


Its been an eventful week in Women's Football hasn't it just. In the WSL, Manchester City's miserable league form continues, Teflon Gareth is frustrating Cityzens and Charlotte is ready to explode! Meanwhile, Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton, Spurs and Manchester United have happier weekends but we're still worried about Reading, is it time for Kelly Chambers to get a run out?! Plus, we respond to the NWSL revelations and stand in solidarity with our pals across the pond. Proudly sponsored by FotMob

Angličan
Proč se tak málo hráčů Premier League nechalo naočkovat proti covidu?

Angličan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 61:45


Premier League měla se svou ambiciózní očkovací kampaní patřit mezi vzory. Nejnovější čísla ale ukázala, že zůstalo u slibů. Jen sedm z dvaceti klubů na konci září hlásilo naočkovanou aspoň polovinu kádru.Z dostupných dat vyplývá, že se optimistická covidová předsevzetí nedodržuje ani většina anglických velkoklubů, natož zbytek ligy. Proč tomu tak je?„Jürgen Klopp, současný trenér Liverpoolu, vyvolal pozdvižení svým výrokem, v němž nenaočkované fotbalisty přirovnal k lidem, kteří požívají alkohol za volantem. V rozhovoru pro Sky Sports reagoval na nečekané zjištění, že jen sedm týmů z dvaceti v rámci Premier League, mělo na konci září naočkovanou aspoň polovinu hráčů. Přitom podle původního anglického plánu by na začátku září měla být naočkována prakticky celá soutěž. Jedení Wolves mají naočkovaný kompletní kádr. Reds jsou podle Kloppa očkovaní na 99 %,“ vypočítává Jiří Hošek, autor podcastu Angličan.„Nejdřív jsme chválili Premier League a celkově to anglické profesionální fotbalové prostředí, když to vypadalo, že jsou odhodlaní s covidem opravdu zatočit a představili jasný plán. Jenže teď se ukazuje, že to nebude v Anglii tak horké. Podle mě je otázka očkování něčím, co fotbal zásadně přesahuje svým významem a je zapotřebí konat. Dnes se očkování jeví jako ta nejúčinnější možná obrana vůči viru, to snad ani samotní hráči až tak nerozporují. Problém může nastat v situaci, kdy mají pocit, že jim to někdo nutí. Na to jsou v Anglii teď velmi hákliví,“ upozorňuje Karel Tvaroh, hráč sparťanské rezervy.Britská vláda navíc v týdnu potvrdila, že plně naočkovaní fotbalisté mohou nově odletět na reprezentační srazy i do „červených“ zemí, tedy do míst, jejichž návštěvu vláda považuje za nejrizikovější. Po návratu můžou hráči během karantény trénovat i hrát. Dále také nemusí do karanténního hotelu.„Je tak trochu otázkou, proč by očkování i za takových okolností hráči odmítali. Jsem v šoku z těch čísel. Říkám si, že pro ty hráče může být překážka představa, že s očkováním ztrácí svobodu. Angličané si na tom pocitu poměrně jasně zakládají. Jde jim podle mě primárně o ten princip než o to, že by zpochybňovali účinnost nebo rizika očkovací kůry,“ míní Martin Minha, moderátor Českého rozhlasu.Ani v nejnovějším vydání podcastu Angličan nechybí česká ulička s názvem Bramborový salát. Rubrika o Češích v Premier League mimo jiné přinesla rozbor zákroku pěstmi Tima Krula, který místo míče vyboxoval hlavu Matěje Vydry. Zjevný faul zůstal rozhodčími k překvapení všech ve studiu nepotrestán. „Matěj Vydra by ale měl být v pořádku a měl by být spolu s Tomášem Součkem exkluzivním hostem středečního Repre piva s Angličanem“, potvrdil v podcastu Jiří Hošek.Nejnovější Angličan vyhlíží také kvalifikační duel Česka s Walesem, analyzuje šlágr kola mezi Liverpoolem a Manchesterem City a všímá si herní krize Manchesteru United. A jak si vedli Vladimír Coufal s Tomášem Součkem v dresu Hammers proti nováčkovi z Brentfordu? To se dozvíte v nové epizodě Angličana!

Oborne & Heller on Cricket
England's most incisive cricket writer, George Dobell, who never forgets the fans

Oborne & Heller on Cricket

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 54:21


George Dobell, chief correspondent of Cricinfo but not for much longer, is one of the most independent, incisive and informed cricket writers in Britain. Never a captive of the cricket Establishment or a champion of any interest except everyday cricket fans, he has broken or developed some of the biggest stories in English cricket. He brings unique insights as the first guest of Peter Oborne and Richard Heller in their new season of cricket-themed podcasts.Read the full description here: https://chiswickcalendar.co.uk/episode-66-englands-most-incisive-cricket-writer-george-dobell-who-never-forgets-the-fans/Get in contact by emailing obornehellercricket@outlook.com

In the Fast Lane
Episode 81: Karun Chandhok

In the Fast Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 30:22


Former F1® racer and Sky Sports commentator Karun Chandhok analyses the seven-race showdown for the championship between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, discusses the escalating tension between Mercedes and Red Bull, has his say on the future prospects of F2® series leader Oscar Piastri, and considers whether Daniel Ricciardo has turned the corner at McLaren.

Leaders Sport Business Podcast
Podcast: Appointment to View – Sky Sports' Gary Hughes

Leaders Sport Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 30:01


Going inside ‘the full Sky Sports treatment'| Innovation in sports broadcasting | The commercialisation of the Women's Super LeagueAppointment to View is a series from the Leaders Sport Business Podcast that features conversations with rights owners, broadcasters, creators and innovators at the epicentre of the shifting sports media landscape.The series examines how sport is packaged, produced, consumed, distributed, and monetised.The third episode in the series features Gary Hughes, Sky Sports' Head of Football who oversees football production across all Sky Sports platforms. He joined the broadcasting giant in 1995 as a producer on Sky News, before moving across to Sky Sports News, where he led a production team for ten years. He ran Sky's Champions League coverage for 5 years before taking the Head of Football role in 2014.This conversation was held a few days after the opening weekend of the new WSL season, the first match week of a new rights cycle that has seen Sky and the BBC sign a landmark deal to broadcast the league that has been reported as the richest in domestic women's football. Gary covers the tone and texture of the coverage, and the importance of the marketing push behind it.To join over over 1,000 other sports industry leaders at Leaders Week from 5th to 7th October, visit www.leadersinsport.com.

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League Review: Liverpool-City serves up classic | Three-horse title race? | Brentford ripping up rulebook

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 55:54


As the Premier League pauses for the second international break of the season, Sky Sports features writer Nick Wright and football journalist Charlotte Marsh join Alice Piper to survey the scene in the top-flight after another fascinating round of fixtures…PART 1 | After the drama, goals, and controversy in Sunday's breathless encounter between Liverpool and Man City, we'll have all the fallout from Anfield and ask if there is a better player in world football currently than Mohamed Salah after his inspired performance and goal-of-the-season contender. PART 2 | With Man City and Liverpool's draw ensuring Chelsea remained top of the pile heading into the international break, we assess the state of the Premier League title race and ask whether it is a three-horse race after Man Utd became the latest side to fall victim to Rafa Benitez's Everton revolution.PART 3 | As the rulebook for newly-promoted sides continues to be ripped up, we try and identify the secrets of Brentford's sensational start to life in the Premier League, before examining where it went wrong for Xisco Munoz at Watford, and why something special might be brewing at Crystal Palace.

Full10Yards American Football Podcast
Kieran's Korner - Sunday Sky Sports NFL Wrap Up - Week 4

Full10Yards American Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 18:37


It's week for and it's time for Kieran to wrap up the Browns Vs the Vikings and the Rams vs Cardinals! With some exciting performances from MVP candidates Kyler Murray and Matthew Stafford week 4 has been a ton of fun! With some teams finally picking up their first lost of the season things are really getting fun...hell even some rookies have started to show up!

OTB Football
Liverpool and Manchester City share the spoils at Anfield | Kenny Cunningham

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 15:17


Kenny Cunningham and Nathan Murphy give their reaction to Liverpool's pulsating 2-2 draw with Manchester City at Anfield. Cunningham analysed the game, which produced two contrasting halves, gave his thoughts on whether or not Mo Salah is the best player in the world currently, and also assessed Phil Foden's strengths as the young star continues to impress for City. Football on Off The Ball, brought to you by Sky. All the football you love in one place across Sky Sports, BT Sport & Premier Sports In association with @SkyIreland

Tutti Convocati
Un 2021 infinito

Tutti Convocati

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021


La Juve vince il derby grazie ad un gran gol di Manuel Locatelli, che condanna il Torino ad una sconfitta immeritata. Ne parliamo con Pasquale Bruno, ex difensore granata. L'incredibile e magico 2021 dello sport italiano si arricchisce di un altro inaspettato e indimenticabile capitolo: Sonny Colbrelli vince la Parigi-Roubaix in volata, convocato al volo l'ex ciclista Pippo Pozzato. Non accennano a placarsi le polemiche per la vittoria dei nerazzurri contro il Sassuolo. Il motivo del contendere è la mancata espulsione di Handanovic. Chi meglio di Luca Marelli, nel consueto appuntamento con VAR Anatomy, può spiegare il regolamento e la dinamica dell'episodio? Per parlare dell'ennesimo successo in rimonta della banda di Inzaghi abbiamo sentito l'ex Ciccio Colonnese. Questa sera si disputa una partita "da Champions", come l'ha definita Pioli. Il Milan sarà di scena all'Atleti Azzurri d'Italia contro l'Atalanta e proprio sulla strada verso Bergamo abbiamo intercettato il giornalista Carlo Pellegatti. Con Stefano Colantuono, ex tecnico degli orobici, continuiamo a parlare di questa sfida d'alta classifica tra i rossoneri e la squadra di Gasperini. Dopo i 3 punti nella stracittadina, la Lazio stecca ancora, perdendo 3-0 contro il Bologna e dimostrando un'altalena di prestazioni e risultati preoccupante: convocato Nando Orsi, che ha commentato la partita per Sky Sport. In chiusura, voliamo ad Austin, negli USA, insieme al dirigente motoclistico Carlo Pernat. Tra un paio d'ore il via al GP del Texas.

OTB Football
OTB FOOTBALL SATURDAY | Man United problems, Liverpool v Man City, Ireland's upcoming matches

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 98:20


John Duggan joined by former Ireland and Liverpool player Mark Lawrenson, Dan McDonnell of the Irish Independent and sports writer Johnny Ward Football on Off The Ball, brought to you by Sky. All the football you love in one place across Sky Sports, BT Sport & Premier Sports In association with @SkyIreland

OTB Football
THE FOOTBALL SHOW | Stephen Kenny squad selection, Irish players club struggles, Womens Super League

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 42:42


Nathan Murphy joined by Gavin Cooney and Kathleen McNamee. Football on Off The Ball, brought to you by Sky. All the football you love in one place across Sky Sports, BT Sport & Premier Sports @SkyIreland

Tutti Convocati
Juve forza Chiesa

Tutti Convocati

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021


La Juventus batte i campioni in carica grazie al gol di un Chiesa migliore in campo, su assist di un ritrovato Bernardeschi. Al Chelsea non basta Lukaku (non in serata) per rispondere ad una Juve molto "allegriana" che difende bene e resiste, mantenendo la rete inviolata in Champions. Insomma, una Signora molto diversa da quella distratta e insicura del campionato. Vince anche l'Atalanta, sempre 1-0, sempre per mano di uno dei campioni d'Europa di Mancini, Matteo Pessina. Di tutto questo parliamo con Maurizio Crosetti di Repubblica e con Massimo Ambrosini che ha commentato Juve-Chelsea per Amazon Prime Video. Oggi è il compleanno di Coach Ettore Messina e lo festeggerà in campo con l'Olimpia Milano nel primo impegno stagionale di Eurolega contro il CSKA Mosca. Ci prepariamo alla partita di questa sera con la voce del grande basket di Sky Sport, Flavio Tranquillo. Tutti convocati oggi in diretta dal Cersaie 2021 di Bologna, quindi chiudiamo con i giorni turbolenti del Bologna calcio tra addio di Walter Sabatini, squadra in ritiro e contestazioni della tifoseria. Sentiamo che ne pensa il cuore rossoblù Andrea Mingardi.

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League preview: Redknapp's Liverpool vs Man City verdict | Will Arsenal build on derby win? | Leicester's slow start

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 41:23


Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp, as well as football writers Gerard Brand and Simeon Gholam, to look ahead to the Premier League weekend…PART 1 | Jamie Redknapp explains why he thinks Liverpool will edge their big match-up with Man City at Anfield on Sunday. The Sky Sports pundit also discusses the rise of Curtis Jones and City's threat in attack. PART 2 | We consider whether Arsenal are now in a position to build on their big derby day win over Tottenham when they go to Brighton. And what constitutes success for the Seagulls this season? PART 3 | There's plenty of praise for Conor Gallagher as we discuss Crystal Palace's improving form and the Chelsea loanee's future, before we examine a slow start to the season from Leicester.

The Filthy Lipout Golf Podcast
Ryder Cup review and insights with Jamie Weir

The Filthy Lipout Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 70:20


The lads are joined by Jamie Weir, who was at Whistling Straits for Sky Sports, to discuss America's dominant win, behind the scenes insights from the European team, the best and most controversial moments and why we should be optimistic about the European team going forwards.

Two Girls Talk Balls
Episode 80 - Arsenal's Jonas Bonus

Two Girls Talk Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 39:23


Last season's WSL Top 4 faced off over the weekend, and it ended pretty decisively. London 11, Manchester 1. We unpack the WSL weekend with big wins for the London clubs; Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs AND EVEN West Ham United. Plus, wins for the Toffees and Villains, Tamsin's weekend goes from bad to worse to tragic and the FA Cup finally returns. Proudly sponsored by FotMob

Playing A Round With Paige Renee

Paige is joined by golf analyst Amanda Rose and former pro golfer, member of the 1999 European Ryder Cup team, and Sky Sports commentator Andrew Coltart to dissect USA's landslide victory at the Ryder Cup and the future faces of US and European golf. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League Review: Man City's statement at Chelsea | Man Utd and Liverpool falter | Arsenal ruthlessly expose Spurs' frailties

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 66:46


Alice Piper is joined by Sky Sports features editor Peter Smith and football journalist Ron Walker to reflect on another enthralling round of Premier League action…PART 1 | As Manchester City, who were underdogs for the first time under Pep Guardiola, win at Chelsea, we assess whether the champions are still the team to beat and where Thomas Tuchel got it wrong.PART 2 | As Chelsea leave the door ajar, we assess a testing weekend for Manchester United and Liverpool as both title hopefuls fail to seize the advantage against Aston Villa and Brentford. PART 3 | Arsenal's resounding North London derby victory drew an emphatic line under their testing start to the season but have the Gunners turned the corner, and what's going on at Tottenham?

Full10Yards American Football Podcast
Kieran's Korner - Sunday Sky Sports NFL Wrap Up - Week 3

Full10Yards American Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 18:29


Week 3 and multiple new NFL records have been set! Kieran breaks down The Los Angeles Rams Vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers and The Los Angeles Chargers Vs Kansas City Chiefs! Patrick Mahomes slander, Matt Stafford love and a bold prediction about the Chargers signal caller! Remember to follow Kieran on Twitter @TheHimboF10Y and let him know what you think of the episode! Enjoy the show and we'll see you next week!

Tutti Convocati
Il condominio Scudetto

Tutti Convocati

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021


Si stanno iniziando a delineare i valori della Serie A, in attesa del derby di Roma e della partita del Napoli di questa sera, che potrebbe controsorpassare il Milan in testa alla classifica. I rossoneri avevano vinto nella giornata di ieri con il gol di un figlio d'arte, Daniel Maldini. Sempre sabato è andata in scena la partita più spettacolare sin qui disputata in questa stagione, Inter-Atalanta, terminata con un pirotecnico 2-2. La Juventus, invece, ha risposto alla mini crisi iniziale con la seconda vittoria consecutiva, ai danni della Sampdoria. Con Gianni De Biasi, attuale ct dell'Azerbaigian, commentiamo i temi emersi dopo le prime giornate di campionato. Direttamente dalla pancia dello stadio Olimpico di Roma, viviamo i minuti che ci separano dal fischio d'inizio del derby della Capitale insieme a Massimo Caputi. Il Napoli ha iniziato la stagione con cinque vittorie in altrettante partite giocate in campionato: convocato Francesco De Luca, firma de Il Mattino. Hamilton taglia il prestigioso traguardo delle 100 vittorie in F1 nel GP di Russia e Sainz conquista un insperato podio: ne parliamo con Umberto Zapelloni, ex vice direttore della Gazzetta dello Sport. Pier Augusto Stagi commenta la vittoria della Francia di Alaphilippe nel mondiale di ciclismo in scena oggi. Come stanno Chelsea e Atletico Madrid a poche ore dalle sfide in cui saranno impegnati contro Juventus e Milan in Champions League? Scopriamolo insieme a Gianluigi Bagnulo di Sky Sport. Consueto appuntamento con Luca Marelli per Var Anatomy per analizzare gli episodi arbitrali più discussi della sesta giornata del massimo campionato italiano.

Playing The Inner Game
#29 Zane Scotland - Feeling Like an Outsider, The Power of Goal-Setting, and Creating Your Own Reality

Playing The Inner Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 72:01


Professional golfer, Zane Scotland grabbed the attention of the media in 1997, when he was hailed as Britain's answer to Tiger Woods at age 14. A year later he was a scratch golfer and in 1999 at just 16 years old, Zane became the youngest English player ever to qualify for The Open Championship. He was Europe's #1 amateur player and represented both England and GB & Ireland. As well as progressing to the European Pro Tour he also holds a record 11 wins on the MENA tour. Zane now runs his own golf academy, based at The Wisley in Surrey, England. He also works as an expert analyst on Sky Sports and is a brand ambassador for Callaway. There are some great sporting anecdotes and stories in here, so golf fans will hopefully love this podcast, but this episode is not just about golf. It's about mindset, it's about race and identity, it's about using the feeling of being an outsider as fuel. We discuss dealing with injuries and setbacks, the reality of borrowing money from your parents, driving through the night, cheap airport motels, and buying golf shirts on a maxed-out credit card before making your big breakthrough. It's also about the power of goal setting, visualisation, and creating your own reality.I love golf, so I won't apologise for getting excited about this one and milking it for coaching tips. But I was cognisant the entire time (as I am with every pro athlete on the podcast) that I should look for patterns to parlay into self-development, business, and life lessons more generally. I wanted to steer him towards topics and motifs that bleed into others. How can we extract the general from the specific? What can we learn over here that also applies over there? Playing the Inner Game is all about mentality. It's about adjusting the aperture through which we view life's events, and in that regard, I think Zane absolutely delivered.Links:Instagram @zanescotlandgolfTwitter @ZaneScotlandYoutube Vodcasthttps://www.zanescotland.golf/Home of the podcast:LinkedIn: @michaelxcampionInstagram: @michaelxcampionTop Ten Public Speaking Tips + 'Thursday Thoughts' www.michaelxcampion.com/subscribeMentions:The WisleyGrant Cardone - Be Obsessed or Be Averagehttps://www.theguardian.com/sport/2008/jan/13/golf.rydercuphttps://www.skysports.com/golf/news/12176/12010640/racist-incidents-in-golf-on-the-way-out-says-zane-scotland

Pinnacle Podcast
Puncher's Chance: A heavyweight boxing betting special with Larry Holmes

Pinnacle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 45:51


Pinnacle are back in the boxing betting ring with an extra special episode of Puncher's Chance - the boxing podcast that offers detailed analysis on all the big upcoming fights and helps you find value in the boxing betting markets. Our host Chris McCarthy is joined by boxing betting analyst Tom Craze and there is a special treat for listeners as former Heavyweight world champion, the Easton Assassin, Larry Holmes joins us - the only man to have ever stopped Muhammad Ali! The episode also features exclusive insight and analyses from former Cruiserweight world champion and Sky Sports boxing analyst Johnny Nelson, alongside boxing matchmaker Richard Poxon. The guys look back into Holmes' remarkable career at the very top of the sport, and all provide their big fight predictions ahead of the world heavyweight title fight this weekend between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk as well as Tyson Fury's third bout with Deontay Wilder. Bet on Joshua vs. Usyk with Pinnacle (18+): https://bit.ly/3o344SE Follow the team below: Twitter - twitter.com/Pinnacle Facebook - www.facebook.com/PinnacleSports/ Soundcloud - @pinnacle-podcast Follow Tom Craze – twitter.com/TomCraze Follow Chris McCarthy – twitter.com/ChrisMcCarthy_ Follow Johnny Nelson – twitter.com/SkyJohnnyNelson Follow Richard Poxon – twitter.com/RichPoxon Follow Larry Holmes - twitter.com/LarryHolmes75 Read Pinnacle's expert Joshua vs. Usyk betting insight: https://bit.ly/3EKGaBC Latest big fight odds: Gamble responsibly (18+): https://bit.ly/3kxvttY

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League Preview: North London derby assessed | Chelsea vs Man City to reveal title favourite? | Liverpool's encouraging start

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 46:53


Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports pundit Alan Smith, as well as football writers Ben Grounds and Adam Bate, to look ahead to the Premier League weekend's standout fixtures… PART 1 | Will a north London derby win be a launchpad for Arsenal or Tottenham? Former Gunner Alan Smith gives his verdict on the two teams and where the match will be won or lost on Sunday. PART 2 | We preview Man City's trip to Chelsea on Saturday, where two title favourites collide, and reflect on the start made by another Premier League challenger in Liverpool, ahead of their game with Brentford. PART 3 | After an encouraging draw at Man City, will Southampton get off the mark against a goal-shy Wolves this weekend? And we look at what Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira has to do to land a breakthrough win over Brighton on MNF.

The Weekly Dartscast
#215: Lorraine Winstanley, Laura Turner, Katie Sheldon, Jo Locke, Women's Series Preview

The Weekly Dartscast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 89:00


Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the PDC Women's Series. First, former World Masters champion Lorraine Winstanley (16:27) calls in ahead of this weekend, looks back on her last 18 months, including beating her husband Dean Winstanley on the Challenge Tour, and her hopes to qualify for Ally Pally. Next, Laura Turner (43:44) stops by to discuss her continued work with Sky Sports in the commentary box, as well as her own playing career. Then, Katie Sheldon (1:05:44) joins us to talk through her career so far, including her World Masters girls title in 2019. Also, Jo Locke (1:17:29) chats with Matthew Kiernan during Suffolk's county game away at Surrey. Enjoy! *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email weeklydartscast@gmail.com for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Jan Echtermann, Thomas Page, Terence Harrison, Bill Richards

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast
AJ v Usyk Fightweek Special

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 44:10


This week's Toe2Toe comes from the Joshua v Usyk fight hotel where Andy Scott is joined by the Sky Sports pundits plus Callum Smith, Lawrence Okolie and Egis Klimas.

Pod On The Tyne - A show about Newcastle United
Friday Night Frights: Basketball beats Football

Pod On The Tyne - A show about Newcastle United

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 55:39


Taylor Payne presides over a dissection of Newcastle's Friday night match with Leeds. Providing eye witness reporting and in-depth analysis are The Athletic's NUFC correspondent Chris Waugh and Senior Writer George Caulkin. The Sky Sports production from St James's Park got the seal of approval from many fans and George, watching from his sickbed, agreed that it was a refreshing change of direction from a national broadcaster. The game itself was a chaotic mess, but that's more enjoyable than a dour mess, and the mayhem may have taken the pressure off our embattled manager. We also ponder the bittersweet story of Andy Carroll. Released by the club after a second spell which saw him used infrequently, he spoke to Alan Shearer for The Athletic this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Football Cliches - A show about the unique language of football
"Footovers", quaint referee abuse and decoding Roy Keane

Football Cliches - A show about the unique language of football

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 47:22


The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker gather for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: Phil Jones finally gets his deserved (and very detailed) revenge on the keyboard warriors, why Alan Smith has been using the word "footover" on Sky Sports since at least 2014, and your tales of distinctly PG-rated matchday outbursts at players and referees. Meanwhile, the panel tackle the very precise punditry sub-genre of "talking about a player as they warm up before a televised game” and identify a curious pattern to the Super Sunday irritations of Roy Keane. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Two Girls Talk Balls
Episode 79 - The Wiegman Era Begins

Two Girls Talk Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 28:50


The Sarina Wiegman era has begun! We talk through a pretty one-sided World Cup qualifier and shout out North Macedonia hero Suarta Rechi. Plus, predictions for the Luxembourg qualifier and a quiz all about your favourite sovereign grand duchy. Proudly sponsored by FotMob

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League Review: Ruthless Chelsea, Kane's tough start, De Gea's redemption, Liverpool's depth

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 53:56


Alice Piper is joined by Sky Sports football features editor Peter Smith and writer Nick Wright to discuss the big talking points from the weekend's action as Chelsea and Liverpool move joint top of the Premier League with 3-0 wins. PART 1 | Did Chelsea show their title credentials with their second-half performance at Tottenham? How did Lukaku contribute despite not scoring? And what's happening with Harry Kane? PART 2 | How much was Manchester United's win at West Ham down to David De Gea, and how much down to David Moyes' unusual substitutions? How far are United away from hitting top gear? Are Arsenal on their way back after passing Burnley test? PART 3 | Are Brighton finally proving the virtue of patience under Graham Potter? Why have Leicester started so slowly? And who else has caught the eye this week?

Full10Yards American Football Podcast
Kieran's Korner - Sunday Sky Sports NFL Wrap Up - Week 2

Full10Yards American Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 19:26


Week 2 was an absolute blast! Kieran is back to wrap up the Sky Sports games for you again and this week it's Cowboys Vs Chargers and 49er's Vs Eagles. Some fun moments, some questionable moments and some absolute howlers today! With a regular voice Kieran also dives into some of the moments you may have missed in week 2! Follow him @TheHimboF10Y on twitter and on your regular podcast channels every Monday Morning for your NFL round up!

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Playing for the Planet Episode 6 - Gary Neville: “These are the most dangerous issues in the world now - division & destroying the planet."

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 29:50


Like all the best albums from the 1990s, they leave you wanting more and they have a bonus track. In this extra episode, we focus on #GameZero - the first ever elite-level net zero carbon football match which will be live on Sky between Tottenham and Chelsea on Sunday September 19. Sky Sports presenter David Garrido speaks to pundit Gary Neville who is a big advocate for climate action and has always had a strong environmental focus, as well as director of football Gary Hughes who explains exactly how we're going to make this huge London derby net zero carbon. Neville also tells us how critical the climate crisis is, how powerful the world of football could be to pull the planet back from the brink, but find out where he might not actually be able to travel to by train... By David Garrido

Two Girls Talk Balls
Episode 78 - City Lose to Spurs Ayaneball

Two Girls Talk Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 38:56


22 goals across 6 games, whadda busy second weekend in the WSL season. Ref howlers, a potential goal of the season candidate and the upset of the season so far. Stubborn Spurs benefit from a couple of handballs to secure a famous win at Manchester City, Chelsea step up, Mead & Toone continue to impress and Hope Powell Manager of the Month, again?! Plus, more Tamsin's Tombola as we decide which WSL match Tam will be wearing her forfeit Manchester City shirt at. Proudly sponsored by FotMob

The Sports Career Podcast | With Ed Bowers
252: David Gibbs- What skill sets do you need to pursue a career in the digital sector of the sports industry?

The Sports Career Podcast | With Ed Bowers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 37:10


This week's podcast chat is David Gibbs, Director of Product Management at Sky. Where he specializes in digital and product development at Sky. For example, David was involved in the product development of the Sky Go App, also involved in the digital strategy of Sky Sports and Sky News, and much more.   You will learn: The skill sets you to need to pursue a career in the digital sector of the sports industry.  David shares why it is so important to know your audience's behavior online.  David shares the benefits of having a loose plan relating to your sports career development.   This is a must-listen if you aspire to pursue a career, in the digital sector of the sports industry.   Check out Ed's FREE Networking eBook: Free eBook Here: https://education2sport.com/NB   Reach out to Ed directly at ed@education2sport.com   Connect with Ed on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/edbowers101/ Follow Ed on Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/edbowers101/ Check out the education2sport website to view show notes: https://education2sport.com

Tutti Convocati
Pronti, partenza, Champions!

Tutti Convocati

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021


Torna la massima competizione europea, quella della Coppa dalle grandi orecchie: questa sera aprono le danze per l'Italia Atalanta e Juventus che, in campionato, non se la passano proprio benissimo...domani sarà la volta dell'Inter e del Milan che però perde di nuovo Ibra per infortunio. Per ora concentriamoci su Villareal e Malmoe, gli avversari di stasera per Gasperini e Allegri. Lo facciamo con Paolo Condò, uomo di pensiero della squadra di Sky Sport per la Champions League. Con Leo Turrini partiamo dall'incidente dei grandi nemici Verstappen ed Hamilton. Poi, insieme a Pier Bergonzi, convochiamo il ct Davide Cassani, reduce dagli Europei di Trento chiusi in bellezza con l'oro di Colbrelli nella prova in linea di domenica.

Angličan
Benevolence při posuzování faulů prospívá plynulosti. Za cenu rizika pro hráče

Angličan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 66:17


Čtvrté kolo Premier League bylo nabité událostmi. Přineslo zdařilý návrat Cristiana Ronalda, premiérovou výhru Arsenalu a hned tři červené karty. Hráči přiostřili, všímá si podcast Angličan.V předchozí sezoně sudí v rámci nejvyšší anglické fotbalové soutěže foukali do svých píšťalek o poznání častěji, shoduje se posádka podcastu. Frekventovanější zásahy do hry měl v uplynulém ročníku nejsledovanější fotbalové ligy světa na svědomí i systém VAR, který se kvůli milimetrovým ofsajdům a kontroverzním rozhodnutím stal v očích mnoha fanoušků jakýmsi společným nepřítelem.Ačkoliv je fotbalová sezona 2021/22 teprve na svém počátku, dá se říct, že trend v posuzování nedovolených zákroků se na britských ostrovech opět posunul. Tentokrát ovšem směrem k benevolenci podporující lepší plynulost hry, což fotbalová veřejnost naopak přijímá s povděkem. Jenže už ve čtvrtém kole Premier League se zrodila jedna „hospodská“ potyčka a také velmi nešťastný zákrok s tragickými následky.Martin Vait z iSport.cz si všímá určité souvztažnosti mezi návratem fanoušků do ochozů a zvýšenou intenzitou v osobních soubojích, která leckdy přerůstá i ve výraznější agresivitu připomínající atmosféru fotbalových zápasů 80. let.„Ukázkový příklad byl souboj Wilfrieda Zahy s Japhetem Tangangou ze druhé půle londýnského derby mezi Crystal Palace a Tottenhamem. Domácí křídelník Zaha se rozhodl nezakopnout míč do zámezí kvůli sestřelenému svíjejícímu se protihráči, což nesl nelibě pravý stoper Spurs Tanganga, který ho rukama vyloženě odhodil. Tanganga se do něho následně pustil takovým stylem, že mi to přišlo jako sledovat scény z některých londýnských pubů těsně před zavíračkou. K takovým momentům v posledních ročnících prakticky nedocházelo,“ konstatuje Martin Vait.Japhet Tanganga byl zanedlouho po zmíněném incidentu vyloučen. Předčasně zamířil do útrob stadionu poté, co nevybíravým způsobem, konkrétně nataženýma nohama, zajel do domácího záložníka. Opustit své spoluhráče vinou sportovní nekázně musel i Michail Antonio, forvard West Hamu United, který po vzoru Tangangy obounož vlétl do souboje o míč. Přitom stejně tak jako obránce Spurs už měl na kontě žlutou kartu.„Obecně není třeba, aby vždy došlo k přímému zasažení protihráče, jde spíš o preventivní ochranu zdraví hráčů. Pokud se k ní sudí neuchýlí, riskuje, že se mu řízení zápasu vymkne z kontroly. Na druhou stranu pravdou je, že červené karty pro Tangangu i Antonia byly zasloužené a měly stejnou příčinu. Oba dojeli na své emoce, tomu i ten nejlepší fotbalový rozhodčí jen stěží předejde,“  míní Karel Tvaroh, suplující moderátor podcastu Angličan.Posádka Angličana se jednohlasně shoduje na skutečnosti, že volnější metr, který britští sudí pro letošní ročník nasadili, je převážně ku prospěchu věci. Diskuze se poté stočila ke kontroverznímu zákroku Pascala Struijka, zadáka Leedsu United, který v nedělním duelu proti Liverpoolu vážně zranil 18letého Harveyho Elliotta.„Ten střet byl ohromně nešťastný. Struijk svého soupeře dobíhal v plném sprintu a vrhl se po míči, který i zasáhl, jenže v té rychlosti mu tam zůstala noha a setrvačností dojel Elliottův kotník. Už podle reakce nejbližšího hráče Mohameda Salaha bylo zřejmé, že Harvey Elliott v utkání dohrál. Mnozí diváci rozporovali červenou kartu, kterou by sudí jistě nevytasil, nebýt fatálních zdravotních následků, jenže takhle se na to hledět nedá,“ komentuje zákrok na mladíka Liverpoolu Karel Tvaroh.Karel Häring, autor magazínu Football Club, je dlouholetým příznivcem Liverpoolu. I v jeho očích byla ale červená karta na místě, což pro televizi Sky Sports potvrdil i Gary Neville, jeden z nejrespektovanějších punditů na světě.„Gary Neville to rozhodnutí už v neděli večer celkem pohotově objasnil. Já jsem viděl jen ten záběr z hlavní kamery, nicméně podle všeho dostal Struijk červenou kartu po zásluze. Detailní záběry zákroku přezkoumával VAR, který pouze potvrdil správnost rozhodnutí. Fotbalista je zodpovědný za svoje tělo a pokud někomu vlastní vahou obrátí kotník, neměli bychom se ptát čistě na to, jestli u toho líznul balon a jestli měl ten nejlepší úmysl. Ta rychlost a intenzita v osobních soubojích je vítaným prvkem moderního fotbalu, ale právě proto je zapotřebí hráče chránit a takové zákroky přísně trestat. Struijk si teď nezahraje v lize pár týdnů, Elliott několik měsíců,“ má jasno Karel Häring.Nejnovější epizoda podcastu rozebírá i superdebut Cristiana Ronalda, konzistentního Romela Lukakua nebo problematickou situaci ohledně reprezentačních srazů. Čerstvé vydání Angličana hodnotí i uplynulé kolo z hráčské perspektivy Fantasy manažerů a vyhlíží další týden nabitý zápasy. Poslechněte si celý podcast!------ Angličan je fotbalový podcast Jiřího Hoška (@hosekj) a jeho přátel věnovaný čistě Premier League. Vychází každé úterý v poledne. Další podcasty, ale taky články, komentáře a videa najdete na zpravodajském serveru Seznam Zprávy. Poslouchejte nás na webu nebo ve vaší oblíbené podcastové aplikaci.  Vaše názory, návrhy, otázky, stížnosti nebo pochvaly můžete posílat na jiri.hosek@sz.cz nebo na @PodcastAnglican. Sledujte @SeznamZpravy na sociálních sítích: Twitter // Facebook // Instagram. Seznam Zprávy jsou zdrojem původních informací, nezávislé investigace, originální publicistiky.

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Playing for the Planet Episode 5 - Dale Vince: “Our fans have changed how they live – veggie, vegan, electric cars, solar panels…”

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 25:43


Time to be inspired. No doubt, Forest Green Rovers are THE greenest football club in the world. Endorsed as such by both FIFA and the United Nations, they are a true beacon for climate action. Sky Sports presenter David Garrido learns from chairman Dale Vince just how they got there, including only-vegan fare, electric charging points, solar panels, an organic pitch…and we find out what their latest 100% sustainable shirt is made out of. Vince also called out governing bodies to make a big impact, while head coach Rob Edwards tells us about his journey, how it's changed his mindset, what new attitudes he and his team are adopting and how it's benefitting their push for promotion to League 1. By David Garrido

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League Review: Ronaldo's sensational double, the Lukaku show and Liverpool's bright start

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 47:33


Alice Piper is joined by Sky Sports football writers Charlotte Marsh and Ron Walker to discuss the big talking points from the weekend's action as Premier League football returns after the international break.PART 1 | Ronaldo's second debut assessed, what did he change? Can he lead Man Utd to the title? Will Newcastle fans' protest against Steve Bruce change anything? (0:48)PART 2 | Is Romelu Lukaku the 'complete striker'? Are Chelsea showing their title credentials, and what does a first win - and goal - of the season do for Mikel Arteta? (16:58)PART 3 | What does Liverpool's bright start mean for their title challenge? Have Spurs hit a bump? And who's caught the eye in the opening weeks of the season? (32:17)

Full10Yards American Football Podcast
Kieran's Korner - Sunday Sky Sports NFL Wrap Up - Week 1

Full10Yards American Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 20:21


Week 1 of the NFL season is underway so Kieran is here to wrap up the 2 Sky Sports NFL games we had to watch this weekend! Steelers Vs Bills and Browns Vs Chiefs Diving into the action from both games and covering some of the emerging rookies and storylines from around the league! Catch Kieran on Twitter @TheHimboF10Y and every single Monday morning for NFL game wrap ups! His voice will sound less broken next week...we promise!

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Playing for the Planet Episode 4 - Sofie Junge Pedersen: “We will see more heart attacks in the future from the heat…”

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 46:23


Football is vulnerable to climate change, just as much as it was to Covid-19 which caused seasons to be suspended with no matches played for months. The dangers are different, but just as stark if not more so. In this episode, Sky Sports presenter David Garrido talks to PSG's Arianna Criscione and Juventus player Sofie Junge Pedersen about how extreme weather can have such a huge impact and, at worst, put lives at risk on the football pitch. Criscione and Pedersen also come up with some creative solutions to help fight the climate crisis, as it's clearly something where football has a big role to play. And find out which tournament they reckon should make its name as “climate-purposeful”… By David Garrido

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League Preview: Souness on Leeds vs Liverpool | Ronaldo's return | Chelsea's title hopes

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 51:03


Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness joins the Essential Football Podcast as Alice Piper, Peter Smith and Richard Morgan discuss the big talking points ahead of the Premier League weekend.PART 1 | Souness' verdict on Leeds vs Liverpool, Virgil van Dijk's comeback, and Elland Road memories PART 2 | Chelsea's title chances, what Saul Niguez brings to the team, and how international issues will affect Chelsea and Aston VillaPART 3 | What can we expect from Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United? And is Gareth Southgate's first choice England XI now set in stone?

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Playing for the Planet Episode 3 - Carlo Cudicini: “If Lionel or Cristiano are listening, we'd love to have them on board…”

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 39:28


After spending most of his career keeping strikers out, Carlo Cudicini is now reaching out to the planet's two most talented footballers…and he's after their kit! Sky Sports presenter David Garrido chats to the now-loan player technical coach at Chelsea who has his own organisation, Footballers4Change. Its objective is to collect the match-worn shirts and boots of players (and indeed their families' clothes) to extend the lifecycle of those items and raise money for charity in the process. Cudicini gives us his views on fast fashion, and talks us through some of the gear donated by the likes of Gareth Southgate, Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard, including a very specific use for the Belgian's size 6 trainers! By David Garrido

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Playing for the Planet Episode 2 - Chris Smalling: “Reducing red meat made my tendonitis go away…”

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 46:23


Going plant-based is one of the latest food revelations, and footballers in particular are discovering the benefits of cutting meat, dairy and fish from their diets. In this episode, Sky Sports presenter David Garrido speaks to 2 big advocates of veganism, AS Roma centre-back Chris Smalling and Arsenal defender Jen Beattie on how it has helped them improve as athletes, especially around injuries. It's also informed their life viewpoint on sustainability and encouraged them to take up other climate-positive activities in order to protect the planet. And in this ep, a plan is hatched to get one of the biggest managers in world football to join them for a plant-based feast over at Chris' place for the sequel… By David Garrido

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Playing for the Planet Episode 1 - Patrick Bamford: “Imagine being Leeds' No 9 in the PL, and having an iconic celebration…”

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 41:03


We start our series with Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford – it's the first time that he has spoken at length on the topic of climate change. In this exclusive chat with Sky Sports presenter David Garrido, Bamford explains what his motives are for fighting against the climate emergency, just how he came up with the “Bolt for Planet” celebration, despite what Aston Villa fans thought he was saying with the gesture! The 28-year-old talks openly about making changes to his life to reduce his own carbon footprint, how it's ok to be an imperfect environmentalist, how he tries to inspire the youth of tomorrow, and find out which rival striker has been such an inspiration for him to continue his impactful work. By David Garrido

Two Girls Talk Balls
Episode 77 - Arsenal's Mead and the Swede

Two Girls Talk Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 50:12


A pretty special WSL opening weekend. Eidevall's new look Arsenal impress against a Chelsea desperately in need of wing-backs and the Queen of the Crot is back!! The Battle of the Blues ends up being one-sided at Goodison, United 'Batlle' to victory on Friday, Villa & Brighton impress whilst there are harsh lessons for Leicester and Birmingham City. Plus, Tobin Heath, the fantastic Sky Sports coverage and Lionesses' potential ITV curse. Proudly sponsored by FotMob

Boxing by Sunday Puncher
The future of Sky Sports boxing & Oscar Valdez cleared of PED use

Boxing by Sunday Puncher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 98:27


Angelo is joined by Tom to break down the weekend of action. They discuss the draw between Josh Warrington and Mauricio Lara and if it would be fair for Warrington to move on and skip out on a trilogy, Conor Benn's potential at welterweight, Katie Taylor's performance and then head over to the FOX card to assess where Jesus Ramos stands as a welterweight prospect. Plus, a full breakdown of the undercard which featured a blatant elbow being thrown, a prospect getting upset and more. The guys analyze the move Sky Sports made to stay within boxing and partner with a relatively new promoter in the UK to continue showing boxing and whether or not this can succeed. Then they preview the weeks action discussing the situation Oscar Valdez found himself in after having tested positive for a PED but then being found to have done nothing wrong, the matchmaking with Conceicao and the Evander Holyfield vs Vitor Belfort match that should have been Oscar De La Hoya and circumstances surrounding it. For more content go over to https://patreon.com/sundaypuncher