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Stoke City became one of the most divisive sides of the Premier League-era, but they also went from one of the least fancied to survive for around a decade. They're also completely inseparable from the idea of one man: the head coach who shaped the team through their years of consolidation, Tony Pulis. Joe, Pete, and Neil get together to discuss the legacy of Stoke City, how you compete against bigger teams with less money, and how football narratives often takeover what happens on the pitch. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson and Tom Roddy - with Martyn Ziegler.Liverpool's owners have suggested they're open to new investment in the club, sparking talk of a sale of the club. The Times Football Writer Martyn Ziegler joins us to discuss what this means to the club in the short term future (00:00)England's “big six” clubs have failed to halt a move by the Premier League to start discussions with the FA and EFL over a radical overhaul - Martyn also has the details on what this means for the English game (9:31)Harry Kane goes into the World Cup fatigued, with his manager at Tottenham - Antonio Conte confirming he had to stop training to deal with it. What does this mean for the Three Lions chances and what are the biggest concerns over player safety (17:48)West Ham have had a tough time of late - with their penalty shootout loss to Blackburn Rovers in the League Cup the latest failure. Is David Moyes in trouble? (30:00)Nathan Jones is the new Southampton manager - but will his time there be more like his time at Luton Town or Stoke City? (41:00)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Check out English Championship Football League picks & predictions from Betting Weekly™: EFL Championship. You'll hear soccer betting odds and analysis for Bristol City vs Watford, Birmingham vs Sunderland, Coventry City vs Queens Park Rangers, West Bromwich vs Stoke City, Hull City vs Reading, League One: Exeter vs Peterborough United, and in League Two: Crewe Alexandra vs Colchester United
The Baggies Broadcast in association with the Kettle & Toaster Man is back - as Albion look to make it three wins on the trot against Stoke City. In an action packed podcast, Jonny Drury and Lewis Cox reflect on the win over QPR as Albion climbed to the brink of getting out of the drop zone. They also look at off field issues with Action for Albion planning more action against Stoke - and the ACV stadium application being backed by an MP. The pair chat about Kyle Bartley's turnaround, Carlos Corberan's impact, Jonny does another quiz - and they answer your questions. Want to have your say? Follow us on Twitter at @AlbionPoddy and do us a solid by submitting a review on your listening platform! Title Track: 'King Cyrille' by The King Dukes. (M.Griffiths) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Wade Elliott rose from non-league football to play professionally for Bournemouth, Burnley, Birmingham City and Bristol City. After coaching in the academies at Bristol City and Stoke City, he became Cheltenham Town manager in the summer of 2022.******* For the free mentoring session with Anthony Astbury of The Whole Man Academy: https://go.oncehub.com/wholemanacademy
"Nathan Jones: Southampton permitted to speak to Luton Town boss after sacking Ralph Hasenhuttl Southampton have been given permission to speak to Luton Town boss Nathan Jones about their managerial vacancy after sacking Ralph Hasenhuttl. Hasenhuttl left the club earlier on Monday in the wake of the Saints' 4-1 home defeat by Newcastle. Southampton have won just one of their past nine matches and are in the Premier League relegation zone. Luton will allow the club to speak to Jones after their Championship match at Stoke City on Tuesday. Visit our Southampton page for all the latest Saints news, analysis and fan views You can now get Southampton news notifications in the BBC Sport app - find out more ""We would like to place on record that the Premier League club have approached the board in the correct manner, for which we are grateful, and that the whole situation is extremely amicable with Southampton and with Nathan,"" said the Hatters, who are eighth in the Championship table. ""We would also like to urge all supporters travelling to Stoke to show him and the team your support on what we hope will be yet another memorable away day."" Former Brighton and Yeovil player Jones is in his second spell as Luton manager, having taken the club from League Two to League One in his first three-year tenure between 2016-19. In 2019, with Luton on course for promotion to the Championship, he replaced Gary Rowett as Stoke boss, but returned to the Hatters 18 months later. ADVERTISEMENT First team coach Ruben Selles will take charge of Southampton for Wednesday's Carabao Cup third round home game against League One side Sheffield Wednesday. Hasenhuttl, who was appointed in December 2018, is the fifth Premier League manager to be sacked so far this season. Scott Parker, Bruno Lage, Thomas Tuchel and Steven Gerrard were dismissed by Bournemouth, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Chelsea and Aston Villa respectively, while Graham Potter left Brighton to take over as Chelsea boss. Analysis Former Southampton defender Francis Benali on BBC Radio 5 Live Clearly Nathan Jones is in a good position to be the next Southampton manager. But it could be that things don't work out and it doesn't actually happen for whatever reason. There are a number of managers who will look at this job as a great opportunity - a young group of players, potential to spend in the January window and it's a Premier League job. It's not just Nathan Jones who will be interested in Southampton - there are a lot of managers who will be champing at the bit to have this position. The World Cup break could help clubs like Southampton. Making this decision [to sack Hasenhuttl] gives the new manager, whoever it is going to be, the opportunity to work with this exciting new, young squad. How to follow Southampton on the BBC banner Our coverage of Southampton is bigger and better than ever before - here's everything you need to know to make sure you never miss a moment Everything Saints - go straight to all the best content https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/63545333?xtor=AL-72-%5Bpartner%5D-%5Bgnl.newsletters%5D-%5Bheadline%5D-%5Bsport%5D-%5Bbizdev%5D-%5Bisapi%5D&xtor=ES-213-[BBC%20News%20Newsletter]-2022November8-[top+sport+stories] " "#TheMummicogblogOfMalta Amazon Top and Flash Deals(Affiliate Link - You will support our translations if you purchase through the following link) - https://amzn.to/3CqsdJH Compare all the top travel sites in just one search to find the best hotel deals at HotelsCombined - awarded world's best hotel price comparison site. (Affiliate Link - You will support our translations if you purchase through the following link) - https://www.hotelscombined.com/?a_aid=20558 https://t.me/themummichogblogdotcom https://twitter.com/Mummichogblogd1 https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100086295703212 https://www.facebook.com/themummichogblogdotcom/ https://themummichogblogofmalta.blogspot.com/ https://www.tumblr.com/blog/themummichogblogofmalta
Check out English Championship Football League picks & predictions from Betting Weekly™: EFL Championship. You'll hear soccer betting odds and analysis from experts George Elek and Jack Wright. Featured matches include Blackpool vs Middlesbrough, Birmingham vs Swansea City, Coventry City vs Wigan Athletic, Watford vs Reading, Sheffield United vs Rotherham United, and Stoke City vs Luton Town.
It looks like an end of an era and Nathan Jones looks all but set to join Southampton as their new manager after Ralph Hasenhuttl was sacked. The Saints were given permission to speak to Nathan Jones after Luton's Championship game with Stoke City. Jones looks set to move to St.Marys and have a go at managing in the Premier League.
Elliott and George dissect the talking points from the latest Championship weekend as Sheffield United thump Burnley at Bramall Lane. Blackburn take advantage with their sixth successive home win whilst PNE are up to sixth. West Brom and Coventry also enjoy six-point weeks whilst concern grows for Stoke City and Huddersfield Town. The Championship Chat Podcast is proudly sponsored by Cards Accepted, the perfect way to take payments for your business. Find out more at cardsaccepted.co.uk. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @champchatpod24 and make sure you are subscribed wherever you get your podcasts!
Use code 'TNCBEER' for 20% off Lacons: https://bit.ly/3Bywmb8 Use code 'TNC15' for 15% off Gnaw Chocolate: https://www.gnawchocolate.co.uk/ Jack and Chris are this week joined by BBC Radio Norfolk's Rob Butler to discuss the current state of affairs at Norwich City. The Canaries beat Stoke City 3-1 on Saturday but many see it as simply papering over the cracks. Why are City in the current situation they are and how do they find a way through it?
Watford ReviewPerformanceChancesJamie JonesShinniestaStoke PreviewView From The Away End with Andy BlinstonRef WatchPreviousPredictionsWhere Will We play Coventry?I feel we should have had something from the game on Saturday, both sides lacked a killer instinct until Pedro's 87th minute winner found the back of the net, the performance was much better though than of late.On Wednesday we have a chance to put an end to our losing run when Stoke visit the DW Stadium, we get the low down on Nick Powell, a 3 game losing streak and why Alex Neil is the man to take them forward. Surely we can stop the rot in this one.Up the tics!CampFireMed PodcastA podcast for Physician Associates to discuss current events, pop culture and medicineListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyContact PWU Podcast Tweet us @PWUPodcast or @WorthingtonBaz email firstname.lastname@example.org Catch us at the game Editor & Producer - Barry Worthington©Progress With Unity Podcast
The team look back at an incredible week for the Sky Blues with wins against Sheffield United and Stoke City. We also preview this week's fixtures at the CBS vs Rotherham and Blackpool as well as discuss the ongoing saga that is the ownership of the CBS Arena. This podcast is sponsored by the Sky blue Tavern and Dhillons Brewery - the home of pre and post match entertainment in Coventry. Let's all sing together... Don't forget to follow us on all of our social channels: www.twitter.com/skybluesextra www.instagram.com/skybluesextra www.facebook.com/skybluesextra www.youtube.com/skybluesextra
Mark & Rhys chat about the 2-0 away win for the Sky Blues away at Stoke City as our run of clean sheets continues & only 1 defeat in last 8 games. They are joined by Millers fan Will Daniels to talk about Rotherham's season so far including the departure of manager Paul Warne to Derby, the appointment of Matt Taylor from Exeter as Warne's replacement along with the new faces they've signed this summer. We would also like to say a big thank you to Anthony Hawkes for designing our new logo for us so please check him out on Instagram- https://instagram.com/a_hawkes_photography?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= . Sponsored by Sky Blue Tavern & Dhillons Brewery.
Myles chats to Coventry City fans pre match at Stoke City's ground to discuss their thoughts on the team news, score predictions & also the game. You can join us live on Sunday from 7pm on YouTube as we chat to Sky Blues legend Tommy Hutchison & author of the Hutch book - Kevin Shannon. The link is https://youtu.be/drlmWOh0AJg . Also a big thank you to Anthony Hawkes for designing our new logo for us so please check him out on Instagram- https://instagram.com/a_hawkes_photography?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= . Sponsored by Sky Blue Tavern & Dhillons Brewery.
Mark is joined by Rhys to review the Sky Blues 1-0 win over Sheffield Utd thanks to Martyn Waghorn's penalty and another clean sheet for Ben Wilson. Stoke City fan Harrison Tew joins to talk about the Potters season so far. You can check out Harrison's videos on Tiktok - https://www.tiktok.com/@tewy25 . Also check out our pod covering the latest on Wasps/the CBS Arena & CCFC - https://anchor.fm/skybluefanstv/episodes/S2-E134-SBFTV---The-End-Of-Wasps-In-Coventry-----What-happens-next-for-the-CBS--Coventry-City-e1pdfes . Also a big thank you to Anthony Hawkes for designing our new logo for us so please check him out on Instagram- https://instagram.com/a_hawkes_photography?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= . Sponsored by Sky Blue Tavern & Dhillons Brewery.
Check out English Championship Football League betting picks for Matchday 16 from Betting Weekly™: EFL Championship. You'll hear soccer betting odds and analysis from expert George Elek, who offers picks from himself and Jack Wright. The guys break down midweek matches of Swansea City vs Reading, Stoke City vs Rotherham United, West Bromwich vs Bristol City, Queens Park Rangers vs Cardiff City, and Blackburn Rovers vs Sunderland.
So in Slaven Bilic's (soon to be known as Slavic according to Ellie) first game in charge we discuss a 4-0 away win at the potteries and all are quite stunned at how well, especially in the second half, we play. Some think Gaspar wasn't great in the first half, some say he was, but all agree that by the final whistle - it didn't really matter. The departure of Rob Edwards and the ownership issue is very raw with people and we will see if it remains so moving forward if Slaven's team can take this one game, and turn it into momentum for the season. COYH! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Justin and Pete talk to David from Stoke City Podcast "Wizards of Drivel" where we compare amongst other things, who has signed the best son of a famous player, how and who to play out of position when you have no wing backs and, very pleasingly, we compare which club is the most cursed! Plus, all the usual nonsense, Justin being grumpy that he has to predict last and never gets to select 1-1 and Peter recalling the Watford career of Jack Bonham! COYH Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Three losses in a row has become a worrying trend, and with the worst defensive record in the league, changes need to be made. The crew review the game against Stoke City, before looking ahead to the final game before the international break. ________________________________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HullCityAFCAus Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/aussi... Instagram: hull.city.aus
A first loss at home in front of a bumper crowd was a disappointing result, but the manner of the performance was much improved on recent showings. The crew review the game, and look ahead to two huge opportunities to return to the winner's circle against Cardiff and Stoke City. ________________________________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HullCityAFCAus Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/aussi... Instagram: hull.city.aus
As Reading celebrate a home win, Royals fans react to being third in the Championship, and Paul Ince describes what it's like as a manager to be "hanging on" to a 2-1 lead. Plus, a local band interviews one of Reading's strikers, and sings him a song. Presented by Tim Dellor.
This week's fare includes football, tennis, rugby, cricket and boxing and we begin with a review of England's World Cup qualifier against Austria where Alessia Russo, 7' Nikita Parris 69' stamped their ticket Down Under next year with a 2-0 scoreline. England's second qualifier against Luxembourg at Stoke City on September 6 now becomes a formality. In Kansas City also last Saturday, the USWNT scored a convincing victory in the first of two friendly games against Nigeria with a 4-0 win; Sophia Smith 14' Lindsey Horan, 25' Sophia Smith 66' Alex Morgan 52' penalty. The second game will take place at the Audi Field in Washington, DC also on Sept 6.In cricket The Oval Invincibles won The Hundred Trophy and set another record attendance of 20,840 at the Lords Cricket Ground. The total competition attendance was in excess of 270,000. We review the first week of the US Open Tennis and make our predictions for this year's champion. Also this weekend, American Clarrisa Shields will face Britain's Savannah Marshall for the Middleweight Boxing title as part of an all-female under-card at the O2 Arena in London. In rugby, while the World Cup prepares to kick-off on October 8 in New Zealand, the Rugby Football Union faces legal action in the UK against its ban on transgender players.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: September 5, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at email@example.com.
Sometimes, all it takes is one game to settle a debate. After a week of questions about his future - Does he work hard enough? Does he fit Paul Ince's system? Should he be sold to Fenerbahce? – Lucas Joao responded with a brace on his birthday to help Reading to a 2-1 home win over Stoke City to ensure that the Royals end the weekend third in the Championship table. On this week's podcast, Olly Allen and Ross Webber dive into the game's big talking points, including Joao's two goals, Tom Ince's remarkable work rate, the team's bounce back ability and how the Select Car Leasing Stadium is slowly becoming a fortress. The latest goings on around the club are rounded up in Newsbites, before Olly and Ross look ahead to Reading's tricky-looking trip to Watford. Sponsored by ZCZ Films, The Tilehurst End Podcast can be taken in via PodBean, Spotify, Acast, YouTube or iTunes. Furthermore, thanks to all listeners who continue to pledge to our Patreon campaign. Listeners can always get in touch with the podcast via our Twitter and Facebook pages as well as our email, firstname.lastname@example.org, with thoughts on the show, opinions on the team, and potential topics to sink our teeth into always welcome. Show Order Recap - 02:52 Newsbites - 21:11 Big Match Preview - 29:15
Elliott and George analyse the Championship weekend as Stoke City swap Michael O'Neill for Alex Neil leaving Sunderland realing. The Championship Chat Podcast is proudly sponsored by Cards Accepted, the perfect way to take payments for your business. Find out more at cardsaccepted.co.uk. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @champchatpod24 and make sure you are subscribed wherever you get your podcasts!
Nancy is back from vacation and straight into the news this week as the USWNT and the new European Champions, England. name their roster for September matches; the US has friendlies while the Lionesses have World Cup qualifiers. And we compare ticket prices to the games: at the Audi Field, Washington, DC - USWNT friendly v Nigeria $150 / 126.88 pound sterling. By contrast the Lionesses play at Stoke City and their WC Qualifier v Luxembourg ticket costs 15 pound sterling / $17.73. Naturally we have something to say about that. Meanwhile Barcelona announced they will play championship league games at Camp Nou. On Monday, August 29 the U.S. Open Tennis gets underway at Flushing Meadow, New York through to September 11 and we take a look at the main contenders. And a topic that will likely be discussed more at the Grand Slam is the difference between men's and women's balls. Yes, it's a thing! And over in motor racing the Formula 1 chief says female drivers is unlikely in five years. Did you know that F2 and 3 do not have power steering but Formula 1 does? And while Nancy was away from her desk the European Athletic Championships were held in Munich. Yes, that's three major meets this summer in quick succession; World Champs, Commonwealth Games and European Champs. Maybe time for athletes to take a vacation.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: August 25, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at email@example.com.
What a start its been - eight points in five, with two wins on the road. It wasn't the most spectacular display, but it was a big three points on the road at Stoke City that we'll gladly take. A very positive group of Danny Pugh, Brad Sharpe and Ross Black join me to dig through another excellent weekend for the Lads, as we head into next weekend in fifth place. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #SCFC #EFLChampionship
James Copley and Joe Nicholson return with their Sheffield United verdict plus a Stoke City vs Sunderland preview with Stoke Live writer Pete Smith.
Sunderland's unbeaten run came to end last night with a 2-1 defeat at Bramall Lane, but a battling performance with 10 men mean we head to Stoke still in fairly positive mood. However, a 91st minute equaliser from the Potters will also have lifted the moon at the bet365 Stadium as we venture further south yet again. Its been six years since we last faced Stoke City, so we roped in Chris from Stoke City podcast Wizards Of Drivel to give us the lowdown on their season so far. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #SCFC #EFLChampionship
Ah s***, here we go again. Brady, Tom and Francine Gorman are here to preview the Championship game between Huddersfield Town and Stoke City. We look at whether The Terriers can get their first league win of the season, answer your questions and more! Got a question for us? Search @takesthatchance. ***Please take the time to rate and review us wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to us and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Cheers!***
It's Monday 8th August 2023. In today's show, we are going over a ‘bit of a tin pot performance' in the potteries as ‘Pool crashed to Stoke City at the Betting Company Name Stadium with soft goals in each half condemning us to our first defeat in our first away game of the season Introduce Leanne How long and why are you a BFC fan? Three good, three bad...for any reason Home matches Away matches Past players Current players Were you happy with the managerial appointment? How do you think we'll get on this season? News Owen Dale has gone to Pompey - anyone arsed? Who might be next out of the doot? Rob Purdon to fix up Jimmy's mural Digital app-based NFC season ticket cards Reaction to lineups and formation Summary of key moments in the match Fans' Twitter reactions slides
Steve Crossman is joined by the Preston North End manager Ryan Lowe, the former Leyton Orient and Reading midfielder Jobi McAnuff and EFL expert Mark Clemmit to reflect on the EFL Cup first round. As half of the clubs in the Championship have already been knocked out by lower league opposition at the first round stage, the panel debate whether the EFL Cup is a distraction or an opportunity. Barrow manager Pete Wild joins the pod after his side knocked Blackpool out of the EFL Cup on Tuesday night and tries to sign a ‘young up-and-coming player' from Steve Crossman. And Morecambe goalkeeper Connor Ripley is reunited with his former manager Ryan Lowe – to celebrate his side's victory over Stoke City on Tuesday – and to re-live their football break-up… Topics: 2'00” – Why have so many Championship clubs been knocked out so early on? 6'20” – Reaction to Middlesbrough's 1-0 defeat to Barnsley 9'36” – Interview with Middlesbrough manager Chris Wilder 11'20” – Barrow manager Pete Wild 25'30” – Morecambe goalkeeper Connor Ripley
It's another pint sized preview sponsored by Magic Rock! Brady, Tom, Matt & Dave take a look at Stoke City, their transfer dealings and how they're shaping up for the season with some predictions. Andy from Every Step Along The Way tells us whether Brady is right or wrong to call Stoke a catfish. Episode sponsored by Magic Rock Brewing. Use code AHTTC10 for 10% off online purchases. Intro - Fiery Breeze Artwork - Johnny Hildred, Tom Bradshaw, Matt Shaw
Mark Cartwright is the current Sporting Director of the USL, North America's largest and fastest growing professional soccer league. Mark was previously the Technical Director at Stoke City, playing a huge role during their tenure in the Premier League, and has mentored and worked with several top names within sports.
The Lions' fine win over Stoke City on Saturday considered by Ryan Loftus, Michael Avery and yours truly ...Arriverderci MillwallNick@AchtungMillwallachtungmillwall@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The traditional in-game stream of consciousness from today's EXCELLENT home win to open the 2022-23 season, ably assisted by Matt Webb.Arrivederci MillwallNick@AchtungMillwall See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd and Mark Meehan to look back at the 2002-03 season.In part two we pick the season up in January. We lose to Arsenal away, again, 3-2 thanks to two goals in two minutes even though we get two back two minutes later. Chelsea beat Charlton 4-1 at home on what looks like a sandpit. We play like Brazil; Charlton lodge a complaint about the pitch.While our league form is good and keeps us in the top four, all eyes are on FA Cup success. After dispatching Middlesbrough, Shrewsbury and Stoke City, we face our bogey team Arsenal in the quarter-final. We draw 2-2 at Highbury having outplayed Arsenal for much of the match which means a replay at Stamford Bridge. Surely this time we can lay the bogey to rest? Sadly not as Chelsea lose 3-1 on an awful awful night including an own goal by John Terry, now sharing the captain's duties with Marcel Desailly. Still hopes are high for a top four finish and Champions' League qualification whilst the title challenge slipped away. A wobble with defeats away to Villa (battling relegation) and West Ham (who get relegated) means it all boils down to the last match of the season at home to Liverpool.In one of the most important matches in Chelsea's history, a place in the top four is at stake with the winner taking all. Liverpool go ahead on 11 minutes with Desailly equalising 3 minutes later. Gronkjaer is the unlikely hero with a shot bent in to the right hand corner thanks to him slipping as he kicked it. Chelsea hang on to win and Zola comes on for a cameo for what would be his last appearance for Chelsea and gives Carragher twisted blood for old times sake. What we didn't know at the time was that had Chelsea lost, the club may well have gone in to administration having announced debts of £99 million and a loss of £16.4 million. Not only did Chelsea's victory guarentee lucrative Champions' League football, it paved the way a few weeks later for the arrival of Roman Abramovich and things at Chelsea would never be the same again... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"I feel like I have to do extra in the morning before I touch the grass...it stimulates me mentally and physically, it's second nature now..." Interview with Plymouth Argyle defender James Bolton. James spent his youth years at Stoke City and Macclesfield Town and has also represented Portsmouth and Shrewsbury Town. Follow James' career on instagram @bolts777
Jermaine Pennant is a former professional footballer who became Arsenal's youngest ever player when he moved from Notts County in 1999 for £2m, a world record for a trainee at the time. He went on to play for Birmingham City, Liverpol, Stoke City, Real Zaragoza making 353 career appearances in total. Jermaine spoke to Giles and Jim about the pressures of being England's most talked about teenage footballer, escaping drugs and gangs in Nottingham, playing with an ankle tag at Birmingham City, the loneliness of football when the game lets you down, and naked Tony Pulis. PLUS extra chat with Jermaine just for our Patrons over at patreon.com/blankpodcast Massive thanks to our Patrons: Mary Catherine Byrnes, Victoria Nielsen, Manya Kay, Alex Williams, Joel Piveteau, Richard Astill, Samantha Beaton, Claudia McKelvey, John Holland, Katherine Keen, Lynn Robinson, It's Coming Home 2022, Alice Chrystall, Maddie Lightfoot, Alex Collis, Martin Grimm, Vicki, Julianna Williams, Rachel Bowen. @blankpod @eliistender @jimdalycomedy @pennant83 firstname.lastname@example.org
In June 2021, USL appointed its first-ever Sporting Director in Mark Cartwright, a former player, manager, agent and Technical Director at Stoke City. In an exclusive interview with TSS, Cartwright discusses the growth and ambition of USL, its position within the global soccer ecosystem, and the appetite for both pro/rel and a European schedule switch! Sponsors! Today's show is sponsored by FotMob! We love them and so should you! FotMob is THE place to go to stay updated on live scores, player and team stats, in-depth match statistics and analysis, Fantasy points scoring, news articles, transfer updates, and more! Click here to download the app and make your soccer life that much simpler! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices