Ant McGinley, Marley Anderson and Jim Salveson, look at the task facing Dean Smith as he is officially announced as the new Head Coach at Carrow Road, and out of the 4 teams near the bottom to change their manager already this season, ask who is best set to survive the drop.The shortlist for the Balon d'Or has been released with almost half of the names on it coming from the Premier League, we discuss who it might end up with, and how do you decide who is the best? Is it trophies? International acclaim? Or for how you behave?Finally, we get excited about San Marino and their Wikipedia page, as they currently rank bottom in the world according to FIFA. They host England tonight as Southgate aims to top the group with a very different look side.
This week Amber covers the disappearance and murder of Holly Bobo. Holly was born on October 12, 1990 to parents Dana and Karen Bobo. She had an older brother, Clint and they were a loving, tight-knit family. On April 13, 2011, Holly disappeared from her families home in Decatur County, Tennessee. She was last seen by her brother, Cint in the carport of the family home shortly before 8:00 am. She was never seen alive again. What happened to beautiful Holly Bobo?Amber pulled her sources from:20/20 "Justice for Holly"www.jacksonsun.com article by Brandon Shields 4/10/2021www.abcnews.com 9-14-2020www.allthatsinteresting.com article by Aimee Lamoureux 5-27-21WikipediaThen Erika takes us to Southgate, Kentucky and shares the story of the Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire from 1977. The place was a buzz , everyone was excited to see Hollywood Actor and Singer John Davidson perform in the Cabaret room. Everything was fine until the club was filled over capacity and a fire started in the Zebra room. Listen in while Erika shares all the ins and outs of what happened that tragic night and decide for yourself if the cause was due to the structural features and integrity of the building, lack of fire safety measures and equipment or was it the Mafia like some rumors state.Erika pulled her sources from:www.wikipedia.en.orgwww.cincinnati.com / Remembering the tragic Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire / The Enquirer /May 27, 2021www.whas11.com / What Caused the Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire? Survivors Skeptical of‘accident' Label / Shay McAlister, Taylor Weiter / May 7, 2021
The latest episode of the Squawka Talker podcast looks at how Gareth Southgate's England midfield could line up at Qatar 2022 and beyond. Host Feargal Brennan is joined by Squawka's Chief Football Writer Muhammad Butt and Football London journalist Kaya Kaynak to take a deep dive into Southgate's midfield options moving into the World Cup next year and future tournaments. Southgate opted for the safety at Euro 2020 with a double pivot of Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips but will he move with the times and opt for a single deep-lying midfielder? Is Marcelo Bielsa's lynchpin the man for the job or can Rice shoulder the weight alone? And what about the Lions Cubs? England are blessed with a slew of young midfield, can any of them can force their way into Southgate's thinking. Conor Gallagher is the poster boy for Patrick Vieira's Crystal Palace and Emile Smith-Rowe is the reason for Arsenal's upturn in form. Finally, Phil Foden is scaling new heights at Manchester City in a left-wing role - but will his home be at the heart of Southgate's midfield?
Steve Crossman reacts to England's victory against Albania at Wembley with the former England goalkeeper Rob Green, our senior football reporter Ian Dennis and the Time's Chief football writer Henry Winter. The win means they're just one point away from qualification to the World Cup in Qatar. The team discuss the importance of Gareth Southgate to England's success and his future with the national team after reports that he's expected to sign a new two-year contract extension taking him to Euro 2024. We'll hear from Southgate himself with our football correspondent John Murray, plus Harry Kane is on the football daily. And we hear from Scottish football reporter Roddy Forsyth and the former Scotland international Charlie Adam after Scotland clinched a World Cup play-off place with a game to spare after beating Moldova. TOPICS 01:25 - England reaction 03:30 - Gareth Southgate post-match interview 07:00 - Further analysis of England's five nil win 08:20 - Significance of Southgate bringing best out of players 19:10 - Harry Kane post-match interview 21:19 - Importance of leaders in England squad 26:23 - Reaction to Scotland's two nil victory over Moldova 28:35 - Steve Clarke post-match interview 29:17 - Charlie Adam joins the football daily to react to Scotland's win
Ant McGinley, Ian Brannan and Joel Tudor on duty as news breaks during the recording.After Stevie G was announced as Villa boss, Frank Lampard emerges as the favourite to take over at Carrow Road, but is the job of keeping the Canaries up a mission impossible for whoever goes in.As England prepare for their final World Cup qualifiers, Southgate has a midfield headache, and Harry Kane has been talking about his agent and brother.Finally the Premier League may have voted against charity Christmas shirts to raise money for the homeless, but they also voted against a more frequent World Cup
We're staying paw-sitive – not feeling superstitious – even though today is National Black Cat Day. Feeling paw-some was Jeremy, our Associate Caller of the Day, who called from Store 2716 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Tracy at Club 4794 in Lakeland, Florida, received a big happy birthday shoutout from her coworker, Shalita. What a great fur-endship! We aren't kitten, Joe from Store 3774 in Williamstown, New Jersey, was our InstaRewind winner. We are also fur-tunate to have had some great Social Media Highlights of the Day, including one from Store 3180 in South Gate, California, congratulating Jeff on his promotion from digital team lead to coach. What a claw-some accomplishment, Jeff! And before we fur-get to ask, at what age do most adults start drinking coffee? Join the purr-ty and tune in to find out.
Jurisdictions around the world are modernizing their high-value payment systems, with ISO 20022 as a key driver. Canada is keeping pace. Lynx, Canada's new high-value payment system, launched in August 2021. To put this landmark development into a global context, this episode of The PayPod will revisit a discussion from The 2021 SUMMIT that features an overview of the high-value payment system work underway in three different jurisdictions: the U.K., Europe and the U.S. GUESTS: -Jean Clement - Advisor, Payments Systems - European Central Bank - Richard Dzina - SVP - The Clearing House - James Southgate - Senior Manager, RTGS Renewal Programme - Bank of England - Mike Hoganson - Director, Modernization - Payments Canada Register for The SUMMIT, Payments Canada's annual conference, at www.thesummit.ca
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate looks at Super Saturday, Covid-19 Alert Level 3 being extended for another week for the city, and ideas of nourishing the Waiwhakareke wetland.
Psalms and Wisdom: Psalm 78 Psalm 78 (Listen) Tell the Coming Generation A Maskil1 of Asaph. 78 Give ear, O my people, to my teaching; incline your ears to the words of my mouth!2 I will open my mouth in a parable; I will utter dark sayings from of old,3 things that we have heard and known, that our fathers have told us.4 We will not hide them from their children, but tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the LORD, and his might, and the wonders that he has done. 5 He established a testimony in Jacob and appointed a law in Israel, which he commanded our fathers to teach to their children,6 that the next generation might know them, the children yet unborn, and arise and tell them to their children,7 so that they should set their hope in God and not forget the works of God, but keep his commandments;8 and that they should not be like their fathers, a stubborn and rebellious generation, a generation whose heart was not steadfast, whose spirit was not faithful to God. 9 The Ephraimites, armed with2 the bow, turned back on the day of battle.10 They did not keep God's covenant, but refused to walk according to his law.11 They forgot his works and the wonders that he had shown them.12 In the sight of their fathers he performed wonders in the land of Egypt, in the fields of Zoan.13 He divided the sea and let them pass through it, and made the waters stand like a heap.14 In the daytime he led them with a cloud, and all the night with a fiery light.15 He split rocks in the wilderness and gave them drink abundantly as from the deep.16 He made streams come out of the rock and caused waters to flow down like rivers. 17 Yet they sinned still more against him, rebelling against the Most High in the desert.18 They tested God in their heart by demanding the food they craved.19 They spoke against God, saying, “Can God spread a table in the wilderness?20 He struck the rock so that water gushed out and streams overflowed. Can he also give bread or provide meat for his people?” 21 Therefore, when the LORD heard, he was full of wrath; a fire was kindled against Jacob; his anger rose against Israel,22 because they did not believe in God and did not trust his saving power.23 Yet he commanded the skies above and opened the doors of heaven,24 and he rained down on them manna to eat and gave them the grain of heaven.25 Man ate of the bread of the angels; he sent them food in abundance.26 He caused the east wind to blow in the heavens, and by his power he led out the south wind;27 he rained meat on them like dust, winged birds like the sand of the seas;28 he let them fall in the midst of their camp, all around their dwellings.29 And they ate and were well filled, for he gave them what they craved.30 But before they had satisfied their craving, while the food was still in their mouths,31 the anger of God rose against them, and he killed the strongest of them and laid low the young men of Israel. 32 In spite of all this, they still sinned; despite his wonders, they did not believe.33 So he made their days vanish like3 a breath,4 and their years in terror.34 When he killed them, they sought him; they repented and sought God earnestly.35 They remembered that God was their rock, the Most High God their redeemer.36 But they flattered him with their mouths; they lied to him with their tongues.37 Their heart was not steadfast toward him; they were not faithful to his covenant.38 Yet he, being compassionate, atoned for their iniquity and did not destroy them; he restrained his anger often and did not stir up all his wrath.39 He remembered that they were but flesh, a wind that passes and comes not again.40 How often they rebelled against him in the wilderness and grieved him in the desert!41 They tested God again and again and provoked the Holy One of Israel.42 They did not remember his power5 or the day when he redeemed them from the foe,43 when he performed his signs in Egypt and his marvels in the fields of Zoan.44 He turned their rivers to blood, so that they could not drink of their streams.45 He sent among them swarms of flies, which devoured them, and frogs, which destroyed them.46 He gave their crops to the destroying locust and the fruit of their labor to the locust.47 He destroyed their vines with hail and their sycamores with frost.48 He gave over their cattle to the hail and their flocks to thunderbolts.49 He let loose on them his burning anger, wrath, indignation, and distress, a company of destroying angels.50 He made a path for his anger; he did not spare them from death, but gave their lives over to the plague.51 He struck down every firstborn in Egypt, the firstfruits of their strength in the tents of Ham.52 Then he led out his people like sheep and guided them in the wilderness like a flock.53 He led them in safety, so that they were not afraid, but the sea overwhelmed their enemies.54 And he brought them to his holy land, to the mountain which his right hand had won.55 He drove out nations before them; he apportioned them for a possession and settled the tribes of Israel in their tents. 56 Yet they tested and rebelled against the Most High God and did not keep his testimonies,57 but turned away and acted treacherously like their fathers; they twisted like a deceitful bow.58 For they provoked him to anger with their high places; they moved him to jealousy with their idols.59 When God heard, he was full of wrath, and he utterly rejected Israel.60 He forsook his dwelling at Shiloh, the tent where he dwelt among mankind,61 and delivered his power to captivity, his glory to the hand of the foe.62 He gave his people over to the sword and vented his wrath on his heritage.63 Fire devoured their young men, and their young women had no marriage song.64 Their priests fell by the sword, and their widows made no lamentation.65 Then the Lord awoke as from sleep, like a strong man shouting because of wine.66 And he put his adversaries to rout; he put them to everlasting shame. 67 He rejected the tent of Joseph; he did not choose the tribe of Ephraim,68 but he chose the tribe of Judah, Mount Zion, which he loves.69 He built his sanctuary like the high heavens, like the earth, which he has founded forever.70 He chose David his servant and took him from the sheepfolds;71 from following the nursing ewes he brought him to shepherd Jacob his people, Israel his inheritance.72 With upright heart he shepherded them and guided them with his skillful hand. Footnotes  78:1 Probably a musical or liturgical term  78:9 Hebrew armed and shooting  78:33 Hebrew in  78:33 Or vapor  78:42 Hebrew hand (ESV) Pentateuch and History: 1 Kings 12:1–15 1 Kings 12:1–15 (Listen) Rehoboam's Folly 12 Rehoboam went to Shechem, for all Israel had come to Shechem to make him king. 2 And as soon as Jeroboam the son of Nebat heard of it (for he was still in Egypt, where he had fled from King Solomon), then Jeroboam returned from1 Egypt. 3 And they sent and called him, and Jeroboam and all the assembly of Israel came and said to Rehoboam, 4 “Your father made our yoke heavy. Now therefore lighten the hard service of your father and his heavy yoke on us, and we will serve you.” 5 He said to them, “Go away for three days, then come again to me.” So the people went away. 6 Then King Rehoboam took counsel with the old men, who had stood before Solomon his father while he was yet alive, saying, “How do you advise me to answer this people?” 7 And they said to him, “If you will be a servant to this people today and serve them, and speak good words to them when you answer them, then they will be your servants forever.” 8 But he abandoned the counsel that the old men gave him and took counsel with the young men who had grown up with him and stood before him. 9 And he said to them, “What do you advise that we answer this people who have said to me, ‘Lighten the yoke that your father put on us'?” 10 And the young men who had grown up with him said to him, “Thus shall you speak to this people who said to you, ‘Your father made our yoke heavy, but you lighten it for us,' thus shall you say to them, ‘My little finger is thicker than my father's thighs. 11 And now, whereas my father laid on you a heavy yoke, I will add to your yoke. My father disciplined you with whips, but I will discipline you with scorpions.'” 12 So Jeroboam and all the people came to Rehoboam the third day, as the king said, “Come to me again the third day.” 13 And the king answered the people harshly, and forsaking the counsel that the old men had given him, 14 he spoke to them according to the counsel of the young men, saying, “My father made your yoke heavy, but I will add to your yoke. My father disciplined you with whips, but I will discipline you with scorpions.” 15 So the king did not listen to the people, for it was a turn of affairs brought about by the LORD that he might fulfill his word, which the LORD spoke by Ahijah the Shilonite to Jeroboam the son of Nebat. Footnotes  12:2 Septuagint, Vulgate (compare 2 Chronicles 10:2); Hebrew lived in (ESV) Chronicles and Prophets: Ezekiel 40 Ezekiel 40 (Listen) Vision of the New Temple 40 In the twenty-fifth year of our exile, at the beginning of the year, on the tenth day of the month, in the fourteenth year after the city was struck down, on that very day, the hand of the LORD was upon me, and he brought me to the city.1 2 In visions of God he brought me to the land of Israel, and set me down on a very high mountain, on which was a structure like a city to the south. 3 When he brought me there, behold, there was a man whose appearance was like bronze, with a linen cord and a measuring reed in his hand. And he was standing in the gateway. 4 And the man said to me, “Son of man, look with your eyes, and hear with your ears, and set your heart upon all that I shall show you, for you were brought here in order that I might show it to you. Declare all that you see to the house of Israel.” The East Gate to the Outer Court 5 And behold, there was a wall all around the outside of the temple area, and the length of the measuring reed in the man's hand was six long cubits, each being a cubit and a handbreadth2 in length. So he measured the thickness of the wall, one reed; and the height, one reed. 6 Then he went into the gateway facing east, going up its steps, and measured the threshold of the gate, one reed deep.3 7 And the side rooms, one reed long and one reed broad; and the space between the side rooms, five cubits; and the threshold of the gate by the vestibule of the gate at the inner end, one reed. 8 Then he measured the vestibule of the gateway, on the inside, one reed. 9 Then he measured the vestibule of the gateway, eight cubits; and its jambs, two cubits; and the vestibule of the gate was at the inner end. 10 And there were three side rooms on either side of the east gate. The three were of the same size, and the jambs on either side were of the same size. 11 Then he measured the width of the opening of the gateway, ten cubits; and the length of the gateway, thirteen cubits. 12 There was a barrier before the side rooms, one cubit on either side. And the side rooms were six cubits on either side. 13 Then he measured the gate from the ceiling of the one side room to the ceiling of the other, a breadth of twenty-five cubits; the openings faced each other. 14 He measured also the vestibule, sixty cubits. And around the vestibule of the gateway was the court.4 15 From the front of the gate at the entrance to the front of the inner vestibule of the gate was fifty cubits. 16 And the gateway had windows all around, narrowing inwards toward the side rooms and toward their jambs, and likewise the vestibule had windows all around inside, and on the jambs were palm trees. The Outer Court 17 Then he brought me into the outer court. And behold, there were chambers and a pavement, all around the court. Thirty chambers faced the pavement. 18 And the pavement ran along the side of the gates, corresponding to the length of the gates. This was the lower pavement. 19 Then he measured the distance from the inner front of the lower gate to the outer front of the inner court,5 a hundred cubits on the east side and on the north side.6 The North Gate 20 As for the gate that faced toward the north, belonging to the outer court, he measured its length and its breadth. 21 Its side rooms, three on either side, and its jambs and its vestibule were of the same size as those of the first gate. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 22 And its windows, its vestibule, and its palm trees were of the same size as those of the gate that faced toward the east. And by seven steps people would go up to it, and find its vestibule before them. 23 And opposite the gate on the north, as on the east, was a gate to the inner court. And he measured from gate to gate, a hundred cubits. The South Gate 24 And he led me toward the south, and behold, there was a gate on the south. And he measured its jambs and its vestibule; they had the same size as the others. 25 Both it and its vestibule had windows all around, like the windows of the others. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 26 And there were seven steps leading up to it, and its vestibule was before them, and it had palm trees on its jambs, one on either side. 27 And there was a gate on the south of the inner court. And he measured from gate to gate toward the south, a hundred cubits. The Inner Court 28 Then he brought me to the inner court through the south gate, and he measured the south gate. It was of the same size as the others. 29 Its side rooms, its jambs, and its vestibule were of the same size as the others, and both it and its vestibule had windows all around. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 30 And there were vestibules all around, twenty-five cubits long and five cubits broad. 31 Its vestibule faced the outer court, and palm trees were on its jambs, and its stairway had eight steps. 32 Then he brought me to the inner court on the east side, and he measured the gate. It was of the same size as the others. 33 Its side rooms, its jambs, and its vestibule were of the same size as the others, and both it and its vestibule had windows all around. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 34 Its vestibule faced the outer court, and it had palm trees on its jambs, on either side, and its stairway had eight steps. 35 Then he brought me to the north gate, and he measured it. It had the same size as the others. 36 Its side rooms, its jambs, and its vestibule were of the same size as the others,7 and it had windows all around. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 37 Its vestibule8 faced the outer court, and it had palm trees on its jambs, on either side, and its stairway had eight steps. 38 There was a chamber with its door in the vestibule of the gate,9 where the burnt offering was to be washed. 39 And in the vestibule of the gate were two tables on either side, on which the burnt offering and the sin offering and the guilt offering were to be slaughtered. 40 And off to the side, on the outside as one goes up to the entrance of the north gate, were two tables; and off to the other side of the vestibule of the gate were two tables. 41 Four tables were on either side of the gate, eight tables, on which to slaughter. 42 And there were four tables of hewn stone for the burnt offering, a cubit and a half long, and a cubit and a half broad, and one cubit high, on which the instruments were to be laid with which the burnt offerings and the sacrifices were slaughtered. 43 And hooks,10 a handbreadth long, were fastened all around within. And on the tables the flesh of the offering was to be laid. Chambers for the Priests 44 On the outside of th
Gadsby and Carlos review a mixed week for England following World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Hungary. As you won't be able to see video footage, the audio you'll hear is of David Beckham, listening to the commentary of his Greece goal 20 years later, having never heard it before.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft.England ended the International break in lacklustre fashion at Wembley. Was it a mistake for Gareth Southgate to experiment with Mount and Foden playing? What did we learn from the two games? (00:00)FIFA are looking into the crowd trouble which lead to one arrest for an alleged racially aggravated public order offence. Should fans of a team with outstanding punishments for racism have been allowed to buy tickets? (17:04)Newcastle are preparing to play the first game of their new chapter as they host Spurs on Sunday. The Times' Martin Hardy joins us to discuss what we can expect to happen at St James' Park on Sunday (30:32)Claudio Ranieri takes charge of his first Watford game on Saturday as Liverpool make a trip south. Will the Italian be able to create the same magic he did at Leicester City? (40:28)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Consisting of 8 cities (Bell, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, South Gate and Vernon), and roughly 440,000 residents (90% identifying as Latinx), stretching along the 710 freeway, Southeast Los Angeles has been one of the hardest hit by COVID-19, as many of its residents being the essential workers of our region. Prior to COVID-19, Southeast LA has long faced environmental challenges, given its location adjacent to a major freeway; has had less access to green space than the rest of the county; and have less access to grocery stores and fresh produce. As South Gate Councilmember Denise Diaz has noted, “We are the doughnut hole of LA County. Funding tends to go to our neighboring cities and not here.” Founded on the belief that “community problems must be solved by the community itself,” CivitasLA is pleased to be joined by Andy Carrasco, VP, SoCalGas and Emma Hernandez, Chief Executive Officer, of Southeast Community Development Corp. (SCDC) two civic leaders working to elevate the collective voice of the Southeast LA region. Hear how SCDC has continued to engage local stakeholders and funding sources to invest in the area and transform the region. To learn more about SCDC, please visit: https://www.scdcorp.org/about-us/history/. And, to learn more about CivitasLA, please visit us as www.CivitasLA.com and we hope you'll connect with us on Facebook (@CivitasLA); on Instagram (@Civitas_LA) or Twitter (@Civitas_LA).
Gareth Southgate is criticised for his substitutions as England are held to a surprise draw against Hungary, the travelling fans clash with police at Wembley after a supporter was arrested for racist abuse, Scotland snatch a late victory against the Faroe Islands and Frank Lampard emerges as a possible candidate to become the Newcastle manager. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The FC crew discuss England's subpar performance against Hungary and question whether Gareth Southgate can actually get the best out of a talented England squad. Plus, Scotland squeeze by Faroe Islands to keep their World Cup hopes alive, and Erling Haaland is rumored with a potential move to Barcelona.
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With family: 1 Kings 10; Philippians 1 1 Kings 10 (Listen) The Queen of Sheba 10 Now when the queen of Sheba heard of the fame of Solomon concerning the name of the LORD, she came to test him with hard questions. 2 She came to Jerusalem with a very great retinue, with camels bearing spices and very much gold and precious stones. And when she came to Solomon, she told him all that was on her mind. 3 And Solomon answered all her questions; there was nothing hidden from the king that he could not explain to her. 4 And when the queen of Sheba had seen all the wisdom of Solomon, the house that he had built, 5 the food of his table, the seating of his officials, and the attendance of his servants, their clothing, his cupbearers, and his burnt offerings that he offered at the house of the LORD, there was no more breath in her. 6 And she said to the king, “The report was true that I heard in my own land of your words and of your wisdom, 7 but I did not believe the reports until I came and my own eyes had seen it. And behold, the half was not told me. Your wisdom and prosperity surpass the report that I heard. 8 Happy are your men! Happy are your servants, who continually stand before you and hear your wisdom! 9 Blessed be the LORD your God, who has delighted in you and set you on the throne of Israel! Because the LORD loved Israel forever, he has made you king, that you may execute justice and righteousness.” 10 Then she gave the king 120 talents1 of gold, and a very great quantity of spices and precious stones. Never again came such an abundance of spices as these that the queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon. 11 Moreover, the fleet of Hiram, which brought gold from Ophir, brought from Ophir a very great amount of almug wood and precious stones. 12 And the king made of the almug wood supports for the house of the LORD and for the king's house, also lyres and harps for the singers. No such almug wood has come or been seen to this day. 13 And King Solomon gave to the queen of Sheba all that she desired, whatever she asked besides what was given her by the bounty of King Solomon. So she turned and went back to her own land with her servants. Solomon's Great Wealth 14 Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was 666 talents of gold, 15 besides that which came from the explorers and from the business of the merchants, and from all the kings of the west and from the governors of the land. 16 King Solomon made 200 large shields of beaten gold; 600 shekels2 of gold went into each shield. 17 And he made 300 shields of beaten gold; three minas3 of gold went into each shield. And the king put them in the House of the Forest of Lebanon. 18 The king also made a great ivory throne and overlaid it with the finest gold. 19 The throne had six steps, and the throne had a round top,4 and on each side of the seat were armrests and two lions standing beside the armrests, 20 while twelve lions stood there, one on each end of a step on the six steps. The like of it was never made in any kingdom. 21 All King Solomon's drinking vessels were of gold, and all the vessels of the House of the Forest of Lebanon were of pure gold. None were of silver; silver was not considered as anything in the days of Solomon. 22 For the king had a fleet of ships of Tarshish at sea with the fleet of Hiram. Once every three years the fleet of ships of Tarshish used to come bringing gold, silver, ivory, apes, and peacocks.5 23 Thus King Solomon excelled all the kings of the earth in riches and in wisdom. 24 And the whole earth sought the presence of Solomon to hear his wisdom, which God had put into his mind. 25 Every one of them brought his present, articles of silver and gold, garments, myrrh,6 spices, horses, and mules, so much year by year. 26 And Solomon gathered together chariots and horsemen. He had 1,400 chariots and 12,000 horsemen, whom he stationed in the chariot cities and with the king in Jerusalem. 27 And the king made silver as common in Jerusalem as stone, and he made cedar as plentiful as the sycamore of the Shephelah. 28 And Solomon's import of horses was from Egypt and Kue, and the king's traders received them from Kue at a price. 29 A chariot could be imported from Egypt for 600 shekels of silver and a horse for 150, and so through the king's traders they were exported to all the kings of the Hittites and the kings of Syria. Footnotes  10:10 A talent was about 75 pounds or 34 kilograms  10:16 A shekel was about 2/5 ounce or 11 grams  10:17 A mina was about 1 1/4 pounds or 0.6 kilogram  10:19 Or and at the back of the throne was a calf's head  10:22 Or baboons  10:25 Or armor (ESV) Philippians 1 (Listen) Greeting 1 Paul and Timothy, servants1 of Christ Jesus, To all the saints in Christ Jesus who are at Philippi, with the overseers2 and deacons:3 2 Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Thanksgiving and Prayer 3 I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, 4 always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, 5 because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now. 6 And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ. 7 It is right for me to feel this way about you all, because I hold you in my heart, for you are all partakers with me of grace,4 both in my imprisonment and in the defense and confirmation of the gospel. 8 For God is my witness, how I yearn for you all with the affection of Christ Jesus. 9 And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, 10 so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, 11 filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God. The Advance of the Gospel 12 I want you to know, brothers,5 that what has happened to me has really served to advance the gospel, 13 so that it has become known throughout the whole imperial guard6 and to all the rest that my imprisonment is for Christ. 14 And most of the brothers, having become confident in the Lord by my imprisonment, are much more bold to speak the word7 without fear. 15 Some indeed preach Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from good will. 16 The latter do it out of love, knowing that I am put here for the defense of the gospel. 17 The former proclaim Christ out of selfish ambition, not sincerely but thinking to afflict me in my imprisonment. 18 What then? Only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is proclaimed, and in that I rejoice. To Live Is Christ Yes, and I will rejoice, 19 for I know that through your prayers and the help of the Spirit of Jesus Christ this will turn out for my deliverance, 20 as it is my eager expectation and hope that I will not be at all ashamed, but that with full courage now as always Christ will be honored in my body, whether by life or by death. 21 For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. 22 If I am to live in the flesh, that means fruitful labor for me. Yet which I shall choose I cannot tell. 23 I am hard pressed between the two. My desire is to depart and be with Christ, for that is far better. 24 But to remain in the flesh is more necessary on your account. 25 Convinced of this, I know that I will remain and continue with you all, for your progress and joy in the faith, 26 so that in me you may have ample cause to glory in Christ Jesus, because of my coming to you again. 27 Only let your manner of life be worthy8 of the gospel of Christ, so that whether I come and see you or am absent, I may hear of you that you are standing firm in one spirit, with one mind striving side by side for the faith of the gospel, 28 and not frightened in anything by your opponents. This is a clear sign to them of their destruction, but of your salvation, and that from God. 29 For it has been granted to you that for the sake of Christ you should not only believe in him but also suffer for his sake, 30 engaged in the same conflict that you saw I had and now hear that I still have. Footnotes  1:1 For the contextual rendering of the Greek word doulos, see Preface  1:1 Or bishops; Greek episkopoi  1:1 Or servants, or ministers; Greek diakonoi  1:7 Or you all have fellowship with me in grace  1:12 Or brothers and sisters. In New Testament usage, depending on the context, the plural Greek word adelphoi (translated “brothers”) may refer either to brothers or to brothers and sisters; also verse 14  1:13 Greek in the whole praetorium  1:14 Some manuscripts add of God  1:27 Greek Only behave as citizens worthy (ESV) In private: Psalm 91; Ezekiel 40 Psalm 91 (Listen) My Refuge and My Fortress 91 He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.2 I will say1 to the LORD, “My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” 3 For he will deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from the deadly pestilence.4 He will cover you with his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness is a shield and buckler.5 You will not fear the terror of the night, nor the arrow that flies by day,6 nor the pestilence that stalks in darkness, nor the destruction that wastes at noonday. 7 A thousand may fall at your side, ten thousand at your right hand, but it will not come near you.8 You will only look with your eyes and see the recompense of the wicked. 9 Because you have made the LORD your dwelling place— the Most High, who is my refuge2—10 no evil shall be allowed to befall you, no plague come near your tent. 11 For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.12 On their hands they will bear you up, lest you strike your foot against a stone.13 You will tread on the lion and the adder; the young lion and the serpent you will trample underfoot. 14 “Because he holds fast to me in love, I will deliver him; I will protect him, because he knows my name.15 When he calls to me, I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble; I will rescue him and honor him.16 With long life I will satisfy him and show him my salvation.” Footnotes  91:2 Septuagint He will say  91:9 Or For you, O Lord, are my refuge! You have made the Most High your dwelling place (ESV) Ezekiel 40 (Listen) Vision of the New Temple 40 In the twenty-fifth year of our exile, at the beginning of the year, on the tenth day of the month, in the fourteenth year after the city was struck down, on that very day, the hand of the LORD was upon me, and he brought me to the city.1 2 In visions of God he brought me to the land of Israel, and set me down on a very high mountain, on which was a structure like a city to the south. 3 When he brought me there, behold, there was a man whose appearance was like bronze, with a linen cord and a measuring reed in his hand. And he was standing in the gateway. 4 And the man said to me, “Son of man, look with your eyes, and hear with your ears, and set your heart upon all that I shall show you, for you were brought here in order that I might show it to you. Declare all that you see to the house of Israel.” The East Gate to the Outer Court 5 And behold, there was a wall all around the outside of the temple area, and the length of the measuring reed in the man's hand was six long cubits, each being a cubit and a handbreadth2 in length. So he measured the thickness of the wall, one reed; and the height, one reed. 6 Then he went into the gateway facing east, going up its steps, and measured the threshold of the gate, one reed deep.3 7 And the side rooms, one reed long and one reed broad; and the space between the side rooms, five cubits; and the threshold of the gate by the vestibule of the gate at the inner end, one reed. 8 Then he measured the vestibule of the gateway, on the inside, one reed. 9 Then he measured the vestibule of the gateway, eight cubits; and its jambs, two cubits; and the vestibule of the gate was at the inner end. 10 And there were three side rooms on either side of the east gate. The three were of the same size, and the jambs on either side were of the same size. 11 Then he measured the width of the opening of the gateway, ten cubits; and the length of the gateway, thirteen cubits. 12 There was a barrier before the side rooms, one cubit on either side. And the side rooms were six cubits on either side. 13 Then he measured the gate from the ceiling of the one side room to the ceiling of the other, a breadth of twenty-five cubits; the openings faced each other. 14 He measured also the vestibule, sixty cubits. And around the vestibule of the gateway was the court.4 15 From the front of the gate at the entrance to the front of the inner vestibule of the gate was fifty cubits. 16 And the gateway had windows all around, narrowing inwards toward the side rooms and toward their jambs, and likewise the vestibule had windows all around inside, and on the jambs were palm trees. The Outer Court 17 Then he brought me into the outer court. And behold, there were chambers and a pavement, all around the court. Thirty chambers faced the pavement. 18 And the pavement ran along the side of the gates, corresponding to the length of the gates. This was the lower pavement. 19 Then he measured the distance from the inner front of the lower gate to the outer front of the inner court,5 a hundred cubits on the east side and on the north side.6 The North Gate 20 As for the gate that faced toward the north, belonging to the outer court, he measured its length and its breadth. 21 Its side rooms, three on either side, and its jambs and its vestibule were of the same size as those of the first gate. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 22 And its windows, its vestibule, and its palm trees were of the same size as those of the gate that faced toward the east. And by seven steps people would go up to it, and find its vestibule before them. 23 And opposite the gate on the north, as on the east, was a gate to the inner court. And he measured from gate to gate, a hundred cubits. The South Gate 24 And he led me toward the south, and behold, there was a gate on the south. And he measured its jambs and its vestibule; they had the same size as the others. 25 Both it and its vestibule had windows all around, like the windows of the others. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 26 And there were seven steps leading up to it, and its vestibule was before them, and it had palm trees on its jambs, one on either side. 27 And there was a gate on the south of the inner court. And he measured from gate to gate toward the south, a hundred cubits. The Inner Court 28 Then he brought me to the inner court through the south gate, and he measured the south gate. It was of the same size as the others. 29 Its side rooms, its jambs, and its vestibule were of the same size as the others, and both it and its vestibule had windows all around. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 30 And there were vestibules all around, twenty-five cubits long and five cubits broad. 31 Its vestibule faced the outer court, and palm trees were on its jambs, and its stairway had eight steps. 32 Then he brought me to the inner court on the east side, and he measured the gate. It was of the same size as the others. 33 Its side rooms, its jambs, and its vestibule were of the same size as the others, and both it and its vestibule had windows all around. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 34 Its vestibule faced the outer court, and it had palm trees on its jambs, on either side, and its stairway had eight steps. 35 Then he brought me to the north gate, and he measured it. It had the same size as the others. 36 Its side rooms, its jambs, and its vestibule were of the same size as the others,7 and it had windows all around. Its length was fifty cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits. 37 Its vestibule8 faced the outer court, and it had palm trees on its jambs, on either side, and its stairway had eight steps. 38 There was a chamber with its door in the vestibule of the gate,9 where the burnt offering was to be washed. 39 And in the vestibule of the gate were two tables on either side, on which the burnt offering and the sin offering and the guilt offering were to be slaughtered. 40 And off to the side, on the outside as one goes up to the entrance of the north gate, were two tables; and off to the other side of the vestibule of the gate were two tables. 41 Four tables were on either side of the gate, eight tables, on which to slaughter. 42 And there were four tables of hewn stone for the burnt offering, a cubit and a half long, and a cubit and a half broad, and one cubit high, on which the instruments were to be laid with which the burnt offerings and the sacrifices were slaughtered. 43 And hooks,10 a handbreadth long, were fastened all around within. And on the tables the flesh of the offering was to be laid. Chambers for the Priests 44 On the outside of the inner gateway there were two chambers11 in the inner court, one12 at the side of the north gate facing south, the other at the side of the south13 gate facing north. 45 And he said to me, “This chamber that faces south is for the priests who have charge of the temple, 46 and the chamber that faces north is for the priests who have charge of the altar. These are the sons of Zadok, who alone14 among the sons of Levi may come near to the LORD to minister to him.” 47 And he measured the court, a hundred cubits long and a hundred cubits broad, a square. And the altar was in front of the temple. The Vestibule of the Temple 48 Then he brought me to the vestibule of the temple and measured the jambs of the vestibule, five cubits on either side. And the breadth of the gate was fourteen cubits, and the sidewalls of the gate15 were three cubits on either side. 49 The length of the vestibule was twenty cubits, and the breadth twelve16 cubits, and people would go up to it by ten steps.17 And there were pillars beside the jambs, one on either side. Footnotes  40:1 Hebrew brought me there  40:5 A cubit was about 18 inches or 45 centimeters; a handbreadth was about 3 inches or 7.5 centimeters  40:6 Hebrew deep, and one threshold, one reed deep  40:14 Text uncertain; Hebrew And he made the jambs sixty cubits, and to the jamb of the court was the gateway all around  40:19 Hebrew distance from before the low gate before the inner court to the outside  40:19 Or cubits. So far the eastern gate; now to the northern gate  40:36 One manuscript (compare verses 29 and 33); most manuscripts lack were of the same size as the others  40:37 Septuagint, Vulgate (compare verses 26, 31, 34); Hebrew jambs  40:38 Hebrew at the jambs, the gates  40:43 Or shelves  40:44 Septuagint; Hebrew were chambers for singers  40:44 Hebrew lacks one  40:44 Septuagint; Hebrew east  40:46 Hebrew lacks alone  40:48 Septuagint; Hebrew lacks was fourteen cubits, and the sidewalls of the gate  40:49 Septuagint; Hebrew eleven  40:49 Septuagint; Hebrew and by steps that would go up to it (ESV)
Nos asociamos con Denise Gutiérrez del Consejo de Educación Económica de California (CCEE) para participar en el Festival de Día de la Familia en el Parque organizado por el Departamento de Policía de South Gate. La organización de Denise se dedica a enseñar economía y conocimientos financieros a los jóvenes de California, especialmente a los que viven en comunidades de bajos recursos. Keep up with Natalie, Vira, and the Podcast on Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/financiallysavvyin20minutes/ https://www.instagram.com/financiallysavvylatina/ https://www.instagram.com/thesavvytrailer/ https://www.instagram.com/vira_egli/
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R.Kelly gets sentenced to life in prison. Protect our kids, our women, and our men. Grand Prix to move back to Downtown Detroit in 2023. 7-Story Hotel with largest rooftop lounge in Detroit to open in Corktown. FBI names Sterling Heights the safest big city in MI. And a Southgate nurse stole real covid vaccine cards to sell. Detroit man imported them from China. Subscribe to the podcast on Anchor! anchor.fm/kriscrosscorner/support. Your donation helps us create more episodes on our streaming platforms. Your subscription gives you the power to suggest topics for the podcast and the Top 10 list of the Week. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kriscrosscorner/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kriscrosscorner/support
On this episode of Gunners & Blues, hosts Andrew and Sean delve into Arsenal's upcoming fixture against Brighton and the hope of a continued win streak. Before the match preview, the hosts talk Saka and Ramsdale making the England squad (and Southgate's comments on ESR), Arteta possibly getting Manager of the Month, and some interesting possibilities that the Xhaka injury might result in. Gunners & Blues' theme music by particle dogs. Check them out at particledogs.bandcamp.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gunnersandblues/support
Leicester City lost their Europa League game at Legia Warsaw, whilst West Ham and Spurs enjoyed wins. (Part 2, 20:16) England boss Gareth Southgate has named his latest Three Lions squad. (Part 3, 31:59) Ex-England man Terry Butcher has suggested that heading the ball may need to be phased out of the game due to brain injuries. Is this the right thing to do?
The kids have their first guest: Ernesto Ledezma. They dive into the acting range of Robert Pattinson, DiCaprio is Jack Nicholson, Jenny from “Forrest Gump” is toxic, and Ernesto recently started dating a comediann. The guys talk about dating and hooking up with comics. Ernesto growing up in the hood. Ernesto is from South Gate but everyone thinks he's from Riverside. Alex and Ernesto talk about how they met. If a comic asks if you “want to write some time” it means he wants to fuck. Kenan's mangina once got a 2 minute standing ovation. How old we were when we lost our virginities, Alex was scarred from going down on a girl after his first time doing it when he was 13. Lexapro sucks. Ernesto talks more about his recent girlfriend, and how they met in the comedy scene. Alex is dumbfounded that Ernesto practiced celibacy for a while by choice. The art of fingering, fisting, and fapping. We touch base on an already talked about subject and one of Alex's favorites topics: Masturbating before sex. If Kenan was in a porno, it would be called “Lake Flaccid.” Top 3 open mics. The kids talk about a possible Grown Kids Comedy Show... Enjoy the episode. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grown-kids/support
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Paul Gorst, Ian Doyle and Joe Rimmer join Matt Addison on the Blood Red podcast to preview Leeds United v Liverpool on Sunday. Whether Alisson and Fabinho will be available for the Elland Road clash remains to be seen following their ban by the Brazilian FA and given the comments Jurgen Klopp made at his press conference earlier on today. The panel look at what has developed into a farcical situation, and just how Klopp goes about preparing for a big match on a big weekend of Premier League action that will see the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United, and the possibility of ex-Reds keeper Scott Carson going in goal for Manchester City at Leicester City given Ederson's potential unavailability. Plus, the panel debate the cereal they'd choose if they had to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days (BRAN FLAKES?!), and why Klopp's take on Gareth Southgate's Trent Alexander-Arnold was spot-on.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/
Berhalter did a bunch of very interesting stuff and it didn't work at all, and Southgate did all the same uninteresting stuff and it wasn't great either. This is mostly about Berhalter because, see above, it was *interesting* but they form a useful counterpoint for thinking about international managers.(sorry for the audio gremlins, still getting used to the transatlantic podcasting and need to update our pre-record checklist)Support the show (http://patreon.com/doublepivot)
The FC crew discuss Gareth Southgate's questionable tactics against Poland, where the England manager didn't make a single substitution and conceded late against the Poles. Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest news on the Brazilian FA asking FIFA to prevent Premier League clubs from selecting Brazilian players for at least 5 days. Plus, Jurgen Klinsmann shared the reasons why Hansi Flick has Germany humming at the moment.
Jamie O'Hara rants about Mason Greenwood's absence from the England squad, Danny Murphy questions why Trent Alexander-Arnold is being ‘rushed' into becoming a midfielder, Steve Harmison criticises England's ‘rabbit in the headlights' batsmen after losing to India at The Oval and Emma Raducanu advances to the quarter-finals of the US Open after dispatching Shelby Rogers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Feargal Brennan, Pete Hall and Ant McGinley on duty to review the 2022 World Cup qualifying action this weekend.England picked up back to back 4-0 wins as Gareth Southgate's much changed side cruised to a 4-0 Wembley victory over minnows Andorra.Southgate opted to rotate his options with Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield alongside Three Lions debutant Patrick Bamford in attack.The gang also look back at some Gareth Bale magic for Wales and another disappointing night for the Republic of Ireland against Azerbaijan.Arsene Wenger has also had his say on the Premier League's spending amid links to Borussia Dortmund hotshot Erling Haaland as well as big money contract updates for Mo Salah and Phil Foden.
Emma Saunders is joined by the Daily Telegraph's chief football correspondent Jason Burt and the former Aston Villa, West Ham and Wales defender James Collins to discuss this weekend's World Cup qualifiers. They chat all things England, Wales and Scotland, with John Murray dropping by to give us the lowdown from England training. We also hear from Gareth Southgate on the maturity his players showed against Hungary, what changes he's expecting to make for the Andorra match and and his plans for Patrick Bamford. And Conor Coady talks about his relationship with Tyrone Mings and what playing for England means to him. TOPICS 01.20 - John Murray lowdown on England training 02.36 - Jadon Sancho's absence 04.52 - England's expectations after Euro 2020 final 08.29 - Possible England changes for Andorra match 11.06 - John's interview with Gareth Southgate 17.26 - John's interview with Conor Coady 22.29 - Wales discussion 28.01 - Scotland discussion
I know, it seems like only yesterday, but EURO 2020 is really over--and now it's time to look forward to that little tournament, the World Cup. Gadsby and Carlos preview England's three qualifiers, away to Hungary, at home against Andorra, and away to Poland.
Premier League sides Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City found out their Champions League group stage opponents yesterday, with Liverpool facing Atletico and Chelsea facing Juventus. (Part 2, 14:59) Gareth Southgate has named his first England squad since EURO 2020 and Leeds striker Patrick Bamford is included. (Part 3, 26:27) The latest top flight transfer gossip including links to Brighton's Yves Bissouma.
Dom and Abs are back with a very topical episode talking about the resurgence of COVID-19 infections, vaccinations and vaccine passports and the fact that England did not win the Euros after coming so close.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/detailedonmic/https://www.instagram.com/doms_matrix/https://www.instagram.com/abs1506/Twitter:https://twitter.com/DetailedOnMichttps://twitter.com/1Dom_https://twitter.com/abss1506
We say goodbye to Euro 2020, sing Italy's praises (or at least Bonucci/Chiellini), discuss Southgate's biggest blunder, call BS on 'player of the tournament' and debate the Best XI. Is Italy now the favorite for WC22? Copa chatter featuring whether Messi just won the Ballon d'Or -- Sam's answer may surprise you! USMNT's performance against Haiti, f/t whose stock rose and fell, and what (and who) to watch for vs Martinique and Canada. Praise for MLS's "Hell is Real" rivalry and update on NWSL's logjam at the top of the table, plus Best Bets and of course GOAWs. Next, recurring guest Kelyn Rowe [[53:00]] stops by to discuss his move from the Revs to Sounders, and compares living, dining and dating in Boston vs Seattle. He opens up on the journey of self-awareness he has been on thanks to Covid, spills the beans on the practical joke he plans to pull on Brian Schmetzer this offseason (none y'all better ruin it) and identifies the MVP for the Sounders' record-setting 13-game unbeaten streak to start the season. We avoid talking about the time Tim Parker allegedly bullied him last week and focus on the goal he scored, and finally we get an answer to the age-old question of how much of an advantage a blue checkmark is when it comes to DM slides.
The FC crew look back at Gareth Southgate's penalty kick decisions in the final of EURO 2020 and question if it was the right call. Plus, the guys review the team of the tournament, biggest flops and Jan Aage Fjortoft gives some updates on Erling Haaland's future at Borussia Dortmund.
Alexi and Mosse open the show with the Copa America Final, Messi finally winning his major international trophy, Mosse's issue with Brazil's lineup, strategy, and use of Neymar (4:30). The guys then talk about the Euro 2020 finals, Italy deserving the title, questioning Southgate's use of England's talent and Mancini's incredible unbeaten run (28:20). They discuss USMNT's tough Gold Cup win against Haiti, Chucky Lozano's injury, and preview USA's next matchup vs. Martinique (41:52). In #AskAlexi, fans ask about speaking multiple languages, thoughts on a fundraiser US Soccer co-ed game, and watching USMNT's game with the family (52:23). Finally, Alexi caps the show with his “One for the Road,” a tribute to former England striker Paul Mariner (1:11:50) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pertandingan final yang sangat menegangkan! Inggris unggul terlebih dahulu lewat gol Luke Shaw dan disamakan oleh Leonardo Bonucci. Keputusan fatal Southgate dan nasib para pemain muda Inggris yang terkena rasis, selengkapnya di episode terakhir €uropeEdition Perspective Football Podcast.
Italy are the European champions after beating England on penalties at Wembley. Jonathan Wilson, Jack Pitt Brooke and Miguel Delaney join us to talk about what was an astonishing occasion at Wembley and to try to figure out where it went wrong for Southgate's dreamers. Plus there's dangling sacks, wing backs, Mystic McDevitt and Ken explains why he thinks Southgate should hand in his badge.
Just Kickin It soccer podcast is back with special guest Double D talking everything Euro 2020, Copa America, and Gold Cup. How was this Euro 2020 overall? Italy is back? And is this finals loss by England more on Southgate than Italy winning? Is Messi the GOAT because he finally won an international tournament? They dive into all these questions and many more. email the show at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Hit the Voicemail at 641-715-3900 Ext. 769558 Follow Just Kickin It Soccer Podcast on IG: https://bit.ly/3atEPlg Join the Just Kickin It Discussion Group on Discord https://discord.gg/t4AYH2D8 Follow SOLC Network online Instagram: https://bit.ly/39VL542 Twitter: https://bit.ly/39aL395 Facebook: https://bit.ly/3sQn7je To Listen to the podcast Podbean https://bit.ly/3t7SDJH YouTube http://bit.ly/3ouZqJU Spotify http://spoti.fi/3pwZZnJ Apple http://apple.co/39rwjD1 Stitcher http://bit.ly/3puGQ5P IHeartRadio http://ihr.fm/2L0A2y1
Italy were fortunate to get through, England were a defensive powerhouse again... without Spinazzola, is there anything Italy can do? We talk about why Southgate has done a very good job despite the Saka and subs weirdness, the dynamics we expect in the final, Kyle Walker, Bonucci and Chiellini, Sterling dribbling... all the stuff.Support the show (http://patreon.com/doublepivot)
Marcus, Andy and Jim pull up some chairs in the eye of the storm, with England two days from potential immortality.We look back on England's route to the final, as Southgate's lambasted pragmatism gradually moulded into the key for all our hearts. Elsewhere, the mind games have started at Gazzetta dello Sport, Sven backs the boys and we get a live Soccer Moses update from Nashville itself!We're releasing even more shows throughout the Euros! Make sure you're subscribed to our feed in your podcast app so you don't miss a thing across the tournament!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.
The quarterfinals were not quite as compelling as the round of 16 as matches but they set up a ton of fascinating questions for the semifinals. What is Italy without Spinazzola? Why did Spain struggle so much at even strength against Switzerland? Has Denmark run out of gas? Is there any way to get one over on this England team... if Southgate plays the good forwards at least? Support the show (http://patreon.com/doublepivot)
As England prepare to take on Denmark in the semi-finals of Euro 2020, how exactly does Southgate address English squad members who are close friends with Christian Eriksen? How does England get over the Eriksen narrative which seems to have been fuelling the Danes? The Legend and Special Guest Paul discuss.
Jimbo, Daniel Storey, Carl Anka and Sasha Goryunov react to a fantastic night for the Three Lions in Rome. England cruise past Ukraine 4-0 and into the last 4 of Euro 2020. A performance that was everything we wanted it to be – ruthlessly efficient and an absence of jeopardy. We salute Southgate, Shaw and the Sterling Kane partnership. They will meet Denmark in the semi-finals at Wembley after the Danes dispatch the Czechs thanks to Joakim Maehle's caramelo. But are they a bit overrated? Plus we revisit the greatest upset in Euros history – Greece going all the way in 2004. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Ukraine 0-4 England (03m 30s) • PART 2: Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark (20m 30s) • PART 3: The odds with Paddy Power (31m 30s) • PART 4: On This Day – Greece win the Euros (34m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £1 A MONTH FOR YOUR FIRST 6 MONTHS: • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Euro 2020 round of 16 is over, and what an exhilarating, dramatic round of games it was. On this episode of the OneFootball Podcast, Dan Burke is joined by Francesco Porzio, Helge Wohltmann and Daniel Cadena Jordan to discuss England finally beating Germany, Switzerland's giant-killing of France, Denmark's inspirational story and all the other talking points from every last 16 fixture. We will be releasing a podcast after every round of games at the tournament featuring a whole host of experts from OneFootball's international newsroom, so stay tuned!
Jimbo welcomes Adam Crafton, Raphael Honigstein and Daniel Storey to look back on a momentous day of action as the quarter-finalists at Euro 2020 are finalised. England secure a landmark victory over Germany at Wembley where all of Southgate's decisions came off. And his squad selection and team selections appear to be vindicated. Is it judgement or luck? Plus how the nation reacts when the hugely endearing Southgate wins. Jogi Low has now managed his last game for Germany, who pay the price for having a halfway house attitude towards their football. England's opponents in the last 8 will be Ukraine after a game of faffing against Sweden. Julien Laurens joins us for a post-mortem on France's shock exit from Euro 2020. Plus Bierhoff and here's to you Mrs Rabiot. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: England 2-0 Germany (04m 00s) • PART 2a: Ukraine 2-1 Sweden (27m 00s) • PART 2b: The quarter-finals are… (31m 30s) • PART 3: The French post-mortem with Julien Laurens (35m 00s) • PART 4: The odds with Paddy Power (46m 00s) • PART 5: On This Day – Bierhoff's Golden Goal (49m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £1 A MONTH FOR YOUR FIRST 6 MONTHS: • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the Prem Show! Recorded live on Twitch at eltwitche.com. Follow us and be a part of the show every Tuesday at 6pm ET! Topics include: Should Rafa Benitez be the new Everton manager? Should Southgate keep his job? What is wrong with Harry Kane? Sponsored by: Live Breathe Futbol // Pick up a pair of their highly acclaimed Turbo Shorts at www.livebreathefutbol.com and use the promo code GULLIEST for 15% off your first order.