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John Bennett is joined by Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein and Kristof Terreur. They discuss the range of problems facing Julian Nagelsmann after more poor results for his Germany team. But it is a different story for both Austria and Belgium. The team also reflect on the serious injury suffered by Gavi and the start of a new era for Union Berlin. TIMECODES 0 mins – Guillem's global adventures and the mystery of K De Bruyne. 3 mins – Rafa discusses the range of problems facing the Germany team. 13 mins – Why the Ilkay Gundogan and Joshua Kimmich dilemma reminds Rafa of Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard. 16 mins – Why things are going well for Austria. 20 mins – The team discuss Domenico Tedesco's first year in charge of Belgium – and their danger on the counter attack. 25 mins – The Euro 2024 play-off draw. 28 mins – Gavi's injury and whether young talents are playing too many minutes. 35 mins – The injury problems at Real Madrid. 39 mins – The start of a new era at Union Berlin.
Paul Scholes, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard sous le format start/bench/sell.Quel milieu de terrain vous a t'il le plus marqué ? Lequel est en dessous des 3 ?Nos chroniqueurs se mettent à nu et vous expose leur point de vue. Quel sera le votre !Temps Additionnel, un podcast Sports Content proposé par l'OdioO ! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Rajesh D'Souza is the Global Head of Digital Media Company, The Data Sports Group, based in Berlin, Germany. With expertise in operations, strategic planning, and corporate and consumer management in the digital media and sports sectors, Rajesh previously spent over a decade with The Perform Group. A self-confessed fan of finding new ways to do things, Rajesh is a big supporter of start-ups and scaling up opportunities. As we found out, he is also a long-standing supporter of Liverpool Football Club. Rajesh on the business of DMC: "Our focus is primarily on different industries. We work with sports, fantasy, sports books and even leagues and organisations and we have specific target services that we can provide. For example, with leagues and organisations, we actually work with them to automate much of their social media output and their content processes, which allows them to have smaller marketing or content teams, so they can rely on platforms to generate the content". Rajesh on raising the profile of minority sports: "What has really happened over a period of time is that a lot of these sports, which were not really accessible on broadcast, now have a lot of visibility on different media formats. We have audience on social and audience on other digital platforms. So, it is becoming the case that a lot of these sports and properties are attracting a lot more audience, a lot more viewers, and a lot more attention. So, the outlet for them is to reach as much of the audience as they can through the content that they can convey to them and many of these sports are now growing their user base". Rajesh the sports fanatic: "It's always been football. I have been a Liverpool supporter since a young age. For me, football has just been the life and soul. I have always looked forward to it. My son is only 20 months old and he is also very excited about it...well, I think he gets the drift anyway! I would look up to Steven Gerrard, for me he's an iconic footballer player for the club, and his energy was a great influence on me".
After Jordan Henderson, Fabinho, James Milner and Naby Keita all left Anfield in the summer transfer window, Jurgen Klopp's midfield required a full-scale re-build - with Hungary captain Dominik Szoboszlai at the heart of it. The 23-year-old is the only Liverpool outfielder to have played in all 810 minutes of the Premier League campaign so far, and is already a fan-favourite on Merseyside. Ayo Akinwolere is joined by The Athletic's Raphael Honigstein, data writer Mark Carey and Neil Atkinson from The Anfield Wrap, to assess the his 'transformative' impact, changing role in Klopp's team and whether comparisons to club legend Steven Gerrard are worthy. Produced by Mike Stavrou Executive Producer: Adonis Pratsides Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam Hurrey is joined by Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker as the Cliches podcast returns with the first Adjudication Panel of 2023/24. The agenda includes: how and when a player can be “electric”, some scepticism about Dominik Szoboszlai's Steven Gerrard-inspired tattoo, a sensational description for a central-midfield partnership and a long-awaited catch-up with Keys & Gray. Meanwhile, the panel challenge the current “tackles always look worse in slow motion” dogma and decide, once and for all, how many goals constitute “chipping in” to a team's season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What's the real impact of wealth on football success? Prepare for a deep-dive into the recent sale of Manchester United and its potential implications for the world of football. We're taking a critical look at the evolving landscape of football, the role wealth plays in creating success, and questioning the formulaic definition of success in football. You'll hear us ponder if teams like Leicester City could replicate the achievements of their wealthy counterparts, and how the vast amounts of money in football could hinder success for certain teams.But that's not all. We're also challenging the popular narratives in football. Ever wondered how a one-minute clip from 640 minutes of a football game can shape public perception? This episode brings to light how short-form content can create misleading narratives about football players. We delve into the concept of snobbery in football and how it influences fans' perspectives. Additionally, we explore the increasing complexity of playing styles and how it's transforming players into robots, leaving little room for individual talent.Our discussion doesn't stop there. We re-examine the careers of footballers like Owen Hargreaves and Ian Wright, speculating on what could have been if injury and limited playing time hadn't been factors. We debate about potential managerial choices and their impact on Premier League outcomes. The episode rounds up with a dynamic discussion on Aston Villa's transformation, the potential of Eddie Howe and Steven Gerrard as managers, and the much-debated issue of whether wealth is a prerequisite for success in football. Get ready for an insightful and engaging conversation that will challenge your perspectives on the beautiful game.
Filip Helander är tillbaka i landslaget efter en lång tid borta från fotbollen och numera spelar mittbacken i danska Odense. När jag poddintervjuade honom sommaren 2021 talade Helander om att han fick vänta på sin chans i A-landslaget, om knäskadan precis när startplatsen var hans, om att spela på smärtstillande och om betydelsen av att vinna U21-EM med Sverige.Dessutom berättade Filip Helander om tiden i Glasgow Rangers med en ligatitel, om att skilja på hat och rivalitet i den skotska staden, om betydelsen av Steven Gerrard, om vad han lärde sig under åren i Serie A, om den tuffa säsongen i Hellas Verona där alla spelade för sig själva och om tankarna på att åter dra på sig Malmö FF-tröjan. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Esterházy Mátyás olyan játékosok menedzsere, mint például Szoboszlai Dominik, Kalmár Zsolt, vagy Schäfer András. A meghívásunk apropója Dominik nyári átigazolása volt a Liverpoolhoz, de mindenek előtt beszéltünk a menedzseri pálya kihívásiról, arról, hogy őt mi vezette erre a szakmára, valamint arról, hogy hogyan zajlik egy játékos kiválasztás. A beszélgetésünk második felében pedig Dominik volt a középpontban, azt is megtudtuk mikor választotta ki, hogy milyen tehetséggel bírt már gyermek korában. De beszéltünk a Red Bullos útjáról elsőnek a Salzburg, majd a Lipcse csapatánál, hogy aztán elérkezzen a Liverpool, mint álomigazolás is. Műsorvezető: Takács Áron, Réthelyi Balázs Vágás & Fotó & Grafika & Főcím: Kovács Gergely, Longauer András
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby discuss the week that was for Liverpool and look ahead at the week to come. Jan gives his verdict on the PGMOL farce and the fallout from the release of the audio. The lads discuss the disappointing tribalism and myopia that followed from the journalists, managers and fans of rival clubs. Trev asks Jan to salvage the positives from the debacle and the focus is on the tremendous display by the Reds in the face of adversity. There's a chat about Joe Gomez and his tentative return to his best form and the lads reflect on Jan's recent chat with Trent Alexander Arnold and what the armband means to him. This, in turn leads to a conversation about Steven Gerrard and the burden of captaincy in English football. Obviously, there's some talk of the win over Union Saint Gilloise and Jan runs the rule over the weekend challenge posed by Brighton as the lads speculate on the likely Reds team to face the Seagulls. All this and a whole lot more!Prefer to listen to our shows without the ads? We've got your back, just head on over to http://anfieldindexpro.com and supercharge your listening experience.Chat and debate 24/7 with other Reds, join our FREE Discord community at https://bit.ly/3geu605Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3u9gYShFind us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3KWFxbdSubscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3KXImsjFREE iOS app: https://apple.co/3KSqdMGFREE Android app: https://bit.ly/32KMxqm Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What a night as injury time John McGinn heroics deliver Aston Villa's first win of the Europa Conference League group stage. Matt Cash and Bertie T combine to set up the HEADER as Zaniolo gets closer and closer to the spectacular volley he's after. We talk about Gareth Southgate's England squad, his comments about Ollie Watkins and his exclusion of Ezri Konsa before discussing Troy Deeney's take on Harry Kane and dive into the Instagram accounts of Steven Gerrard and Robbie Keane. Finished up with the Question Box. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Craig Fowler is joined by Thom Watt and Craig Anderson to talk through the Premiership fixtures from this past weekend, including Michael Beale's last stand as Rangers boss, the continuing improvement of Aberdeen, Celtic taking advantage of some shocking defending to earn a dramatic win at Motherwell, Brad Lyons hard-working the ball into the back of the net, Hearts continuing to show signs of life under Steven Naismith, St Johnstone trying something new and it kind of working, and Hibs not having a fully-functioning midfield since John McGinn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Micah, Gary and Alan reflect on the shocking treatment of Victor Osimhen by his own club Napoli. Plus, have Liverpool uncovered the next Steven Gerrard? Alan enjoys Newcastle's victory over Manchester City and the boys recall their experiences playing with the world's best golfers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gavin Berry is joined on the Record Rangers Podcast by Sunday Mail's Scott McDermott to discuss Rangers' recent performance in both Europa League and the Scottish Premiership, Michael Beale's disappointing summer signings and the importance of the Ibrox backroom staff as kitman Jim McAlister ex-Ibrox kit chief is linked with Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq in the Saudi Pro League. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
THE FILTHY AWAY SHIRT IS AVAILABLE NOW AT - HTTP://WWW.FILTHYATFIVE.COM Our first special guest of the 2023/24 season is LIVERPOOL and ENGLAND legend EMILE HESKEY. The former LEICESTER CITY man talks about Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard, Robbie Savage, being a great strike partner, Wayne Rooney, Gerard Houllier, playing in front of no fans in WIGAN and a whole lot more.
C dans l'air du 29 juillet - JO 2024 : la France à quitte ou double LES EXPERTS : - Virgile CAILLET - Délégué général – Union Sport & Cycle, spécialiste de l'économie du sport - Emma SARANGO - Journaliste à la rédaction des sports – Radio France - Nicolas KSSIS-MARTOV - Journaliste sportif - So Foot - David ROIZEN - Expert à la fondation Jean Jaurès, spécialiste des politiques publiques sportives Le compte à rebours est lancé. Dans un an, le monde aura les yeux braqués sur Paris et une cérémonie d'ouverture des JO sans précédent sur la Seine. Un événement tout sauf secondaire pour la France, qui n'a pas accueilli la flamme olympique en été depuis un siècle, en 1924. 15 000 athlètes et 15,1 millions de visiteurs sont attendus dans la capitale entre le 26 juillet et le 8 septembre 2024, date de la clôture des Jeux paralympiques. Mais serons-nous prêts ? Si la construction des ouvrages dédiés aux compétitions avance à bon rythme, le calendrier étant respecté, un point inquiète : la sécurité. Pour la première fois de l'histoire olympique, la cérémonie d'ouverture se déroulera à l'extérieur d'un stade, sur la Seine, au cœur de la capitale. Un événement beaucoup plus difficile à sécuriser, avec une centaine de bateaux transportant des milliers d'athlètes, une foule de spectateurs dispersée sur 6 km le long du fleuve et des dizaines de chefs d'État présents. Le nombre de spectateurs maximum autorisés n'a pas encore été officialisé alors que des interrogations demeurent sur le nombre d'agents pour sécuriser l'évènement. 22 000 agents seront nécessaires pour assurer le bon déroulement des compétitions. À ce stade, seuls 25 % des effectifs ont été recrutés dans des sociétés privées, assure le comité d'organisation. Plusieurs vagues de recrutement sont lancées. Mais, pour nombre d'observateurs, elles ne suffiront pas à mobiliser un nombre suffisant d'agents. Jeudi, la Cour des comptes a encore appelé l'État à "anticiper" ce déficit, demandant qu'un recours à l'armée et aux forces de l'ordre soit planifié au plus tard en octobre pour le compenser. En revanche, les travaux titanesques pour rendre la Seine baignable ont porté leurs fruits. La préfecture d'Île-de-France vient d'autoriser la tenue des épreuves test de natation et de triathlon dans la Seine, en août prochain, dans la perspective des Jeux Olympiques. La qualité de l'eau de la Seine étant jugée suffisamment bonne par l'Agence régionale de santé. Anne Hidalgo semble en passe de réaliser le rêve de Jacques Chirac qui en 1990, alors maire de Paris, avait promis qu'il irait se baigner dans la Seine dans trois ans… Néanmoins si dans un an, la France sera à la fête, l'engouement des Français pour les Jeux est en nette baisse. En septembre 2021, 76 % des personnes interrogées estimaient que « c'était une bonne chose ». En mars dernier, le chiffre était tombé à 69 % d'opinions favorables. Aujourd'hui, seuls 59 % estiment encore que l'organisation des Jeux en France est une "bonne chose" (20 % une "très bonne chose). Les sondés s'inquiètent notamment du coût des Jeux (68%), de leur impact environnemental (65%), des transports (64%) et de la sécurité (63%). Alors où en sont les préparatifs pour les JO 2024 ? Comment sécuriser l'évènement ? Que pensent les Français des Jeux olympiques de Paris ? Enfin pourquoi l'Arabie saoudite investit-elle autant dans le sport ? Le pays a multiplié par quatre ses dépenses dans le sport depuis 2021, atteignant plus de 6,3 milliards de dollars. Parmi les investissements, il y a notamment de très nombreux transferts de footballeurs : Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, N'Golo Kanté, Roberto Firmino, Steven Gerrard, Riyad Mahrez, Moussa Dembélé… Quant à Lionel Messi, il aurait été payé environ 25 millions de dollars par l'autorité saoudienne du tourisme pour faire la publicité du pays. Kylian Mbappé vient, lui, de refuser toute discussion. DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Corentin Son, Benoît Lemoine PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/
Will O'Callaghan was joined by football journalist Martin Lipton to discuss Jordan Henderson's decision to leave Liverpool for Saudi Arabia. Joining up with his former teammate - and now manager - Steven Gerrard at Al-Ettifaq, Will and Martin considered what this lucrative and extremely controversial move will do to Henderson's reputation at home. Furthermore, the lads considered what is likely to happen with Harry Kane this summer and whether or not he has any future at Tottenham Hotspur.
James Pearce, Simon Hughes and Caoimhe O'Neill are back alongside Tony Evans ahead of the new season, here on Walk On to debate and analyse Jordan Henderson's impending Liverpool exit. With the captain set to depart and join up with Steven Gerrard in Saudi Arabia at Al-Ettifaq the panel assess the move: what it means for Henderson's legacy at Anfield, who will take on the captain's armband and what it means for the rest of the summer transfer window. Email: email@example.com Produced by Guy Clarke Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jordan Henderson looks set for a move to Steven Gerrard's side, al Ettifaq! With so many of the Premier League players moving to the newly arising Saudi Arabian League, including the likes of Riyad Mahrez, the hosts also discuss whether it is the right time for Man City to go into a rebuild. The hosts also discuss Andre Onana's move to Manchester United, and how he could change the side's outlook. Subscribe to keep up with intriguing discussion on the exciting Premier League football! Let us know your thoughts on our social media! Our Social Media Accounts and Podcast https://linktr.ee/fotbp
On today's episode of The Room Podcast, we're joined by author and football historian Peter Kenny Jones! We discuss his favourite historical Liverpool moments and players, whether Trent Alexander-Arnold can surpass Steven Gerrard as the number one scouser and how he thinks Juren Klopp will be viewed historically after he leaves!
Ste is back with another episode of Redmen Weekly where this week the guys on the Biased Transfer Show talk Steven Gerrard to Al Ettifaq, Dan talks to Chelsea writer Bobby Vincent about Liverpool target Levi Colwill on Transfer Insight, Neil Jones reacts in real-time to news that Saudi side Al Ittihad are preparing a £40M bid for Fabinho and finally DaveOCKop speaks on the latest news surrounding Jordan Henderson to Saudi Arabia in another episode of Transfer Insight!To watch, or listen to, these shows in full head to redmenplus.com today and sign up!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Paul is here with the latest episode of Redmen Bitesize with the huge news that Jordan Henderson and Fabinho are both attracting interest from Saudi Arabia. Jordan Henderson is reportedly considering his future at the club following interest from Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq. Whilst Al-Ittihad set to make concrete bid to sign Fabinho from Liverpool for £40m.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#Liverpool #Klopp #Gerrard Jordan Henderson To Saudi Arabia Gav and Keith discuss the possibility of Jordan Henderson Going to Saudi Arabia to join up with Steven Gerrard, Nat Phillips seems to be on the move while the squad have returned to pre season training… Its No Transfer Knowledge! PLEASE SUPPORT OUR CHARITY DRIVE FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH @ https://t.co/HWbHmCQrSB Find all our video and Audio content along with socials, Merchandise and contact info at https://linktr.ee/lfcdaytrippers Subscribe, Like, Hit the bell icon and never miss another show from the worlds biggest, 100% free LFC Podcast. ** All views on the show are those of the individual and do not represent those of the LFC Daytrippers ** You can sign up for our watch along Parties here : https://www.getplayback.com/room/lfcdt Intro Graphics done by Mohammed Jogee - Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org Don't forget to subscribe or follow, leave reviews if possible and turn notifications on!!! LFC - Liverpool FC - YNWA - LFC Family - Premier League - EPL - Klopp - Transfer News - Redmen News and Chat - Match Preview - Live Updates - Match Predictions - Match Reaction - Football - Soccer - Football Debate - Passion - Opinion - Laughter - Free Content - Competitions - Giveaways - Podcast - Unfiltered - LFC Daytrippers - Champions League - Football Daily - Euro Football Daily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Football is Nice with me, Russell Brand and my co-host, Gareth Roy. This week, we talk: the unusual necessity of Gazza, who can't drift off into dreamland without the comforting hum of a vacuum cleaner, the journey of Steven Gerrard as he leads a team in the sandy arenas of Saudi Arabia. Plus, our special guest is former Hull City boss, Phil Brown. For a bit more from us join our Stay Free Community here: https://russellbrand.locals.com/ NEW MERCH! https://stuff.russellbrand.com/ Check out 'Stay Free with Russell Brand' on RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/c/russellbrand
The FC crew react to AC Milan agreeing to a deal with Chelsea for Christian Pulisic. Plus, more transfer news including Chelsea looking to sign young star Rayan Cherki and Inter looking to land Lukaku. Also, Manchester United are intersted in Moroccan midfielder Sofyan Amrabat and Jordan Henderson is weighing a move to Steven Gerrard's Al-Ettifaq in Saudi Arabia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan was joined by Paul Gorst of The Liverpool Echo this afternoon for a Transfer Insight show. They spoke about the latest news in the LFC world which today included the shocking report that Captain Jordan Henderson is considering a move away from Anfield in order to join Steven Gerrard in Saudi Arabia!To watch or listen to the full show head to redmenplus.com now!SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LFC STREAMING SERVICE: http://www.redmenplus.comJOIN THIS CHANNEL TO GET ACCESS TO PERKS:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC30avO2n6knAFiH2c8e4qiw/joinBUY OUR MERCH: https://www.redmenmerch.com/FIND US ON TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/theredmentvAWARD WINNING CHANNEL BRINGING YOU LIVERPOOL NEWS, LIVERPOOL TRANSFER NEWS, ANALYSIS OF LIVERPOOL GAMES AND PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING YOU WANT RELATED TO LIVERPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB!GET IN TOUCH
Mick and Kristian are back with another LFC Round-Up show to discuss the rumours about Jordan Henderson potentially leaving the club to join Steven Gerrard in Saudi, Szoboszlai and Salah smashing the lactate test and excitement for the new season to start with just 32 days to go until Chelse plus more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Anfield Wrap's free exclusive interview podcast with Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, discussing the resurgence of Curtis Jones. John Gibbons hosts… Subscribe to The Anfield Wrap for more on Steven Gerrard, Curtis Jones and all the news that matters to you…
Ste is back for another edition of Redmen Biteszie where today he'll be looking at reports that Liverpool have 'genuine' interest in Levi Colwill as well as unrelenting rumours that Jordan Henderson has been in talks to join Steven Gerrard in Saudi Arabia!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Liverpool have got another midfielder in, this time Dominik Szoboszlai! Following the footsteps of another midfielder to wear the famous #8 shirt after a move from RB Leipzig, will he be more similar to Naby Keita, or Steven Gerrard? We also look at the moves made by Aston Villa, signing Youri Tielemans and closing in on a move for Pau Torres. Tielemans, who had been linked with top clubs, what went wrong for him? Lastly, we discuss Sandro Tonali's move from AC Milan to Newcastle, and why it may not be as good a move as it seems on paper! Subscribe to keep up with intriguing discussion on the exciting Premier League football! Let us know your thoughts on our social media! Our Social Media Accounts and Podcast https://linktr.ee/fotbp
Ander Iturralde da la bienvenida a Javier Ferrús, Juandi Mata y Carlos Pérez Zamora para diseccionar toda la actualidad futbolística y no futbolística de la semana... Comenzando por las propuestas de modificación de la regla del Fuera de Juego y cómo podría afectar o no afectar o cómo podría importarnos o no importarnos en absoluto; también, el anuncio de la marcha de Carlo Ancelotti del Real Madrid en el verano de 2024 para ir a dirigir a la selección de Brasil; el finalmente anunciado fichaje de Declan Rice por el Arsenal y la también inminente incorporación de Jurrien Timber al equipo; el Manchester United cerrando la llegada de Mason Mount y propio el Chelsea desprendiéndose también de César Azpilicueta después de todos estos años; el Liverpool dejando ir a Fabio Carvalho a suplir a Dominik Szoboszlai en Leipzig; Roberto Firmino y Steven Gerrard poniendo rumbo a Arabia Saudí (donde también está Robbie Fowler y a donde también va Max Power); el Forest Green Rovers nombrando como nuevo entrenador interino a una mujer en Hannah Dingley, por primera vez en la historia del fútbol masculino profesional inglés; respondemos a vuestras preguntas; contamos movidas de festivales de música y mucho más.Escucha la versión completa de este episodio de 1:45:38 de duración, apoya a que Alineación Indebida pueda prosperar, accede a todo nuestro contenido premium y a nuestro server de Discord suscribiéndote por tan sólo 5.50$/6.00€ en: https://www.patreon.com/alineacionindebida¡Suscríbete al programa en tu plataforma favorita!¿Quieres cobertura futbolística-humorística de calidad? Necesitamos tu apoyo.¡Volvemos el Lunes!Compra el libro de Carlos sobre la historia del boxeo: https://libros.com/comprar/combates-para-la-historia/Sigue a Ander en Twitter: https://twitter.com/andershoffmanSigue a Javi en Twitter: https://twitter.com/_javierferrusSigue a Juandi en Twitter: https://twitter.com/MataJdSigue a Carlos en Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarlosPerezESPSigue al programa en Instagram: instagram.com/podcastindebidoContacto: email@example.com // firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, we dive into some riveting football news, bringing you the latest updates on managerial movements, transfer gossip, and shining a light on some emerging talents.Main Topics:Mauricio Pochettino Hails Chelsea: In his first interview since taking the reins at Paris Saint-Germain, Pochettino lavishes praises on Chelsea, calling them "the greatest team in England". We dissect his statements and talk about his ambitious trophy targets for the upcoming season.Steven Gerrard Joins Al-Ettifaq: After a shocking U-turn, Steven Gerrard has been confirmed as the new manager of Saudi Arabian side Al-Ettifaq. We discuss what this move could mean for Gerrard and the team.Transfer Centre Live: We bring you the latest updates from the transfer market, focusing on key players like Harry Kane, Declan Rice, and David de Gea. What's the buzz, and where might they end up playing next?Quick News:Gabri Veiga Attracts European Giants: Why is this young talent on the radar of top European clubs? We delve into what makes him stand out.Mason Mount to Manchester United: Chelsea's midfielder is reportedly having a medical at Manchester United ahead of a potential move. We speculate on how this could reshape both teams' strategies.Newcastle's Record Signing: Sandro Tonali is moving from AC Milan to Newcastle for a staggering £55m. We assess what he brings to the Magpies.Alejandro Garnacho - The Future of Man Utd?: This young talent is making waves. Can he rise to the expectations and become the star Man United need?Fresh Bid for Rasmus Hojlund: After a rejected bid, Man Utd is determined to secure Atalanta's star striker. Will they succeed this time?Sergio Ramos to Inter Miami?: Rumors are swirling about Inter Miami's approach for Sergio Ramos. We discuss the potential impact of this move.Remember to subscribe to our podcast and stay tuned for the latest updates in the world of football. If you like what we're doing, please leave us a review!--------------------------Part of the Chop Sports Media Network! and Premier Streaming NetworkFollow us to make sure you never miss an episode!Linktree: https://linktr.ee/SqueakyBumTimePodcastWeb: https://squeakybumtimepodcast.comSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Wh3KWmhD5RLuKOyuA2ln8Twitter: https://twitter.com/SqueakyBum_PodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/squeakybumtimepod/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/squeakybumtimepodcastBetUS Affliate: https://record.revmasters.com/_lHFPxgS9m2pGSI779V4dVmNd7ZgqdRLk/1/Fan-Hub.com: https://Fan-hub.com/download-fanhub/ (use the code: lau-LWr)Listening...
Gabby Agbonlahor and Simon Jordan have vastly different takes on Steven Gerrard taking over as manager of Al-Ettifaq. Kasabian's Serge Pizzorono is pleased Leicester have another Italian at the helm. Sir Geoffrey Boycott still thinks the Aussies owe an apology following StumpGate.Ray Winstone joins Drive to back David Moyes, and on the Transfer Insiders, Rory Jennings is less than impressed by Mason Mount's goodbye post. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chris is here with the latest episode of Redmen Bitesize with the news that according to reports Liverpool are increasing likely to make a bid for Southampton Romeo Lavia. Other news includes Steven Gerrard's move to Al-Ettifaq, potential summer departures for Jordan Henderson and Thiago & the latest of Khephren Thuram.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Simon Jordan is left unimpressed with Steven Gerrard who's taken a job in Saudi Arabia, former Australian cricketer Brad Hogg criticises Pat Cummins for not recalling Jonny Bairstow following stumped-gate, Dean Saunders sensationally claims Trent Alexander-Arnold is the best midfielder in England & Novak Djokovic wins in the first round at Wimbledon despite a farcical delay. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The latest edition of the Blood Red Podcast is here, with host Joe Rimmer joined by Tom Cavilla & Sean Bradbury to discuss Liverpool's latest signing & much more! The lads discuss the Reds' acquisition of Dominik Szoboszlai, as well as rumoured interest in Romeo Lavia and Steven Gerrard's proposed Saudi management move. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are Crystal Palace just treading water in appointing Roy Hodgson as their manager for next season and has Steven Gerrard panicked in agreeing to manage Al-Ettifaq in the Saudi Pro League? Those are questions for ESPN's Mark Ogden and former Tottenham defender Stephen Kelly on this edition of the pod. Also discussed.....top sides trending towards extremely attacking midfields, and is this already looking like another sub-par transfer window for Manchester United?
In the aftermath of Darren Moore parting company with Sheffield Wednesday, a number of names have been the bookies favoritesWe have gone from a sensational Carlos return to Steven Gerrard and currently stand at Dean Smith, via virtual unknown European coaches.As a number of men on holiday in Benidorm get 120+3 tattooed on their ankles we will try and discuss the pros and cons of some of the candidates and Ash will try and relive the horror of spending another five hours at a fans forum with the chairman
Join the Liverpool ECHO's LFC Correspondent Paul Gorst for an exclusive chat with former Liverpool star Peter Crouch! Reflecting on his time at Merseyside, Peter Crouch touches on his relationships with Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher, the highs and lows of his time in the red shirt, and some funny stories along the way, such as *that* night out in Japan. "That Peter Crouch Film" is now available on Amazon Prime, a documentary following the story of the man himself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To mark the Champions League final, Jake reflects on the conversations they have had with a range of guests about the Champions League. In this episode, you will hear from Jordan Henderson, Kieran Trippier, Steven Gerrard and Mauricio Pochettino among others about their relationship to the competition.This final of the Champions League also a very significant game for Jake as it will be the last ever match he hosts on BT Sport, after a decade of presenting on the channel. He shares how he feels about the significant moment and his final time hosting a competition that many consider to be the pinnacle of the game. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The entire Holtecast team sat down to reflect on the season that was for Aston Villa — the frustrating days of the Steven Gerrard era, the arrival of Unai Emery, Villa's journey to the UEFA Europa Conference League, and everything in between. You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - dig in!WHAT DO WE DISCUSS?With the 2022/2023 season now fully behind us, how are the lads feeling about the season as a whole and will this be a deemed a season to remember?From the lows of Steven Gerrard's reign to the highs of Unai Emery's journey to UEFA Europa Conference League football; what was the turning point/moment of the season that turned things around at the football club?Which player(s) would the lads consider to be a surprise performer this season?On the other side, which player(s) needs to step up heading into next season?It wouldn't be an episode of the Holtecast without discussing the brilliance of Lord Unai Emery; what have the lads made of the job that the Villa boss has done so far?On a scale from 1 to 10, how would the lads rate this season?What would be considered a successful season next season?Let's get a little ahead of ourselves, make ourselves look foolish, and predict Aston Villa's path through the Europa Conference League...how far will they go?All of this and so much more! Enjoy the podcast and Up The Villa!STAY CONNECTED:Email: email@example.comTwitter: @7500ToHolteCole Pettem: @TalkAstonVillaSebastian Bacon: @SebastianBacon8Danny Raza: @RazaJournoTom Nightingale: @tdnightingaleSimon O'Regan: @SiOReganEPISODE NOTES:Thank you to our charity partner, Acorns Children's Hopsice.Donate today to support a fantastic charity: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/villa Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's been an incredible season for Aston Villa, from relegation candidates under Steven Gerrard to European contenders under Unai Emery, what a journey. We look back on the last 9 months as Unai Emery's Aston Villa propelled themselves into the Top 7 of the Premier League. A big thank you to the 300+ who turned out to Hockley Social Club on June 1st, there will be two more videos on the channel from the night - our Player Awards and a Q&A.
Gregor Robertson is joined by Tony Cascarino, Tom Allnutt and Alyson RuddThe curtain comes down on another Premier League season and the final day saw Leeds & Leicester drop down to the Championship.Despite survival is Sean Dyche the right man to keep Everton out of trouble and push them up the table?Where did it all go wrong for Leicester? Premier League and FA Cup winners drop down to the Championship after 9 years in the top flight.After going from Bielsa to Allardyce where do Leeds go from here? Spurs won't be playing any form of European football for the first time in 14 years despite victory on the final day. We discuss whether Ryan Mason should get the job permanently and of course what happens with Harry Kane.Aston Villa will be playing European football next season after Unai Emery's transformed them post Steven Gerrard. Why couldn't Gerrard get out the best from this squad?And we review the season as a whole which has seen the Premier League season break mid way through for the World Cup and and a record number of managers losing their jobs. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On the latest Molby On The Spot, Trev Downey and Jan Molby discuss Curtis Jones, Bobby Firmino, Steven Gerrard, City & Guardiola's dominance, Ivan Toney, the chances of a Newcastle or Man United slip and the game against Aston Villa. Prefer to listen to our shows without the ads? We've got your back, just head on over to http://anfieldindexpro.com and supercharge your listening experience.Chat and debate 24/7 with other Reds, join our FREE Discord community at https://bit.ly/3geu605Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3u9gYShFind us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3KWFxbdSubscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3KXImsjFREE iOS app: https://apple.co/3KSqdMGFREE Android app: https://bit.ly/32KMxqm Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gary Neville felt Jorginho was the difference in Arsenal's win over Newcastle, saying he put in a composed and class performance which reminded him of his former teammate Paul Scholes. This leads to a discussion of why Scholes was better than Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard! Mohamed Salah is also prasied for another great season, despite Liverpool's struggles and believes Jurgen Klopp has to be supported again in the transfer market.
It's the start of May now and we still can't quite believe what we're seeing from Unai Emery's Aston Villa. The transformation in the fortunes of the club from November to now cannot be understated, and whatever happens in the final games of the 22/23 season, Villa fans have a team they can be proud of. There were a handful of players at the end of the Steven Gerrard era that you may have thought weren't good enough to mount a charge on the Top 6 and needed shipping out. Six months later, not only has Unai Emery got those players ticking again, they've arguably all doubled in value and become even better footballers.
Premier League title races have given us some great moments over the years, but few have reverberated through history quite as much as this one.Steven Gerrard had uttered the words - just a week before - “lads, we don't let this slip”. And yet, on one fine day at Anfield in April 2014, it quite literally did. And who was the villain behind it all? Jose Mourinho, of course.Join Marcus, Andy, Jim and Vish to relive one of the juiciest games in Premier League history!Let us know what you thought of today's Guide on Twitter @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***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!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The latest edition of the Blood Red Podcast is here, with host Joe Rimmer joined by Theo Squires & Paul Gorst to discuss the latest goings on around Anfield. The lads discuss the weekend's LFC Legends game against Celtic, as well as delving into possible summer outgoings and the ongoing pursuit of Jude Bellingham. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss Manchester United's 0-0 draw and ask whether Casemiro's four-game ban will impact their season. The guys also talk Gary Lineker, Paul Pogba's Juventus future & ask why Steven Gerrard is heading to Turkey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices