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We play our trivia game every morning at 8:05 am. Today's player was Katy from Sunderland! Was she Supah Smaht? Think you're Supah Smaht? Sign up here to play! https://wror.com/contests/supah/ All this and more on the ROR Morning Show with Bob Bronson, LBF, and Brian Podcast. Find more great podcasts at bPodStudios.com…The Place To Be For Podcast Discovery
Sunderland have enjoyed a positive, unbeaten start to the Championship, but head into this week's midweek tie knowing the Blades will offer us the toughest test yet. So often the blueprint many fallen giants, Sheffield United enjoyed high flying Premier League success, before plummeting back into the second tier, where they are currently promotion favourites. The excellent Ben from @BladesPod joins us for a midweek preview special, as we look at what the Lads can expect from Wednesday night's game. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #SUFC #EFLChampionship
How the Falk do you sum that one up? A largely positive afternoon outdone by a couple of late, late goals - and one of them from a bloody goalkeeper. There's plenty dig through, as Brad Sharpe and Ross Black join me to pick apart the first positive 87 minutes, those disastrous last few minutes, Dan Ballard's injury and tons more. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #QPR #EFLChampionship
It's unbeaten start to the season and lots to be positive about in Wednesday world. Well, apart from the injuries, of course. We look back at the draw with Portsmouth and wins at MK then against Sunderland in the cup, and particularly focus in on the form of Fisayo Dele-Bashiru. Plus a preview of a tricky week ahead with Charlton at home and trips to Peterborough and Bolton. Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/ (https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/) Contact us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DomAndJames (twitter.com/DomAndJames) https://twitter.com/domhowson (twitter.com/domhowson) https://twitter.com/JamesMarriott (twitter.com/JamesMarriott) UTO.
Post Match Reaction To Sunderland League Cup Defeat To Sheffield Wednesday. We hear from the Black Cats Head Coach Alex Neil and defender Bailey Wright. Analysis from Colin White, Nick Barnes and Gary Bennett.
An excellent weekend win at Bristol City has handed Sunderland an excellent start to life in the Championship as we return to the SOL to face QPR. Our penalty shoot win against them last week feels like a long time ago, however, another win against the R's this week would place cement a tremendous return to the second tier. Can we do? We roped in Alex from QPR podcast R Generation to see what the fuss is with Michael Beale and more. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. Heavy intro music by Trap Them - Gift and Gift Unsteady #SAFC #QPR #EFLChampionship
Pete & Harry (aka Harry Food) talk through a frustrating home loss to Sunderland on a perfect Summer Saturday. Has much changed from last season? How much do we need Kalas and Semenyo back? Most importantly, how good are Ashton Gate nachos?
Just what was Kal Naismith thinking on 3 minutes when his hesitancy gifted the visitors their first but fair play to City who scored a well worked goal through Weimann to level and then take the lead with Martin's scrambled effort. However from the 60th minute either Sunderland stepped up a gear or, like at Hull, our resilience [fitness?] was found wanting and there was only going to be one winner and it wasn't us. Orchestrated from midfield by Barry Bannan lookalike Alex Pritchard Sunderland loanee Sims grabbed his second and Stewart headed the winning goal as City looked a somewhat disorganised rabble in the closing 15 minutes. It is quite depressing that c8k non-season ticket holders from Bristol decided to give it a go on the day and whilst they saw a 5-goal thriller how many will be back against Luton a week on Tuesday? Lansdown's chat with Geoff was very interesting and my interpretation of what he said echoes the thoughts we've expressed on FBC and that is that the football club can be hived off from Bristol Sport if the price is right. If you wondered why the song Georgy Girl by The Seekers is our in & out music it is in memory of their lead singer, Judith Durham, who passed away yesterday. I saw The Seekers in Pantomime [Humpty Dumpty] as a 10 year old at the Bristol !! Hippodrome in 1966
It's another pint sized preview sponsored by Magic Rock! Brady, Tom, Matt & Dave take a look at Sunderland, their transfer dealings and how they're shaping up for the season with some predictions. Martin Wanless from @ROKER RAPPORT gives us a very thorough take on how Sunderland are shaping up. Episode sponsored by Magic Rock Brewing. Use code AHTTC10 for 10% off online purchases. Intro - Fiery Breeze Artwork - Johnny Hildred, Tom Bradshaw, Matt Shaw
Ellis Simms and Ross Stewart teamed up to hand Sunderland our first win of the the season - and it was great! Brad Sharpe and Ross Black join me to pick apart a cracking afternoon's work, Simms' double, Rosco's winner and Jack Clarke's terrific performance. Plus a bit of transfer market chat. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #BCFC #EFLChampionship
Our Mike Dunne and Bomber met up down in Bristol to react to Sunderland's away victory at Ashton Gate! What's the crack? ELLIS SIMMS IS MINTLOCH NESS DROGBA RETURNSI SHOULD STOP SHOUTINGWhat did the lads make of that performance overall?Exhilarating stuff, we can't complain too much after four points in our first two games!HAWAAAAAAAAY THE LADS#SAFC #EFLChampionship #EFL See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matchdays are a key part of the coaching week and can be exhilarating, daunting and stressful all at once. For the players, those emotions are amplified.It is the coach's role to make the matchday experience as safe and enjoyable as possible for all. But how do we go about doing that?We asked Sarah Lowden, a Uefa A coach and a regional coach development officer at the Football Association, for her take. Sarah - who has previously coached at the Reading and Burton Albion academies and Sunderland girls' regional talent centre - shares some of the key things coaches need to consider…
Echo writers Joe Nicholson and James Copley are joined by BristolWorld football reporter Jordan Jones to discuss the upcoming Championship clash between Bristol City and Sunderland.
This week our Chris Wynn was joined by the lovely Ryan Dilks from the... crème de la crème... of Championship podcasts - The Second Tier - as we head into our first away fixture in the Championship for some time against Bristol City! What's the crack? How are the lads over at Second Tier now the new season has started, and what - or who - got them interested in the Championship to begin with? As a neutral (and someone who spends all their time talking about it) what are Ryan's thoughts overall on the way the rest of the Championship clubs are shaping up? What was his reaction to the return of Sunderland to this level, as well as the relegation of his own side - Derby County - from the division back in April? How perilous is the Championship for newly promoted sides, and what are the expectations for sides like ourselves, Wigan and Rotherham? Season predictions; so where does Ryan have us on his list, and who does he think will be sitting at the top and bottom of the league come the end of the season? Alex Neil; Is he Sunderland's biggest asset? What does he make of the club's recruitment policy? How have our next opponents - Bristol City - been getting along in recent years, and what does Ryan make of the reign of Nigel Pearson? Who are the players to watch, and does he predict an evenly balanced match on Saturday? All this and more! Listen in! #SAFC #BristolCity #EFLChampionship #EFL See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nigel Pearson met the press ahead of Saturday's first Sky Bet Championship home match of the season against Sunderland (August 6th, 3pm).Pearson talked about:* Mic'up referees and VAR in the Championship* Tommy Conway' s development* Sunderland challenge* 24,000 at Ashton Gate* State of the transfer market* Zak Vyner back in contention* Tomas Kalas update* Managing Antoine Semenyo's re-introduction * Right wing-back selection dilemmaAnd more…
Matt Keeling and Tom Walsh are joined by Jimmy Reay as the lads discuss Sunderland's trip to Bristol City on Saturday. There's also views from Bristol City sports writer Richard Forrester. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A positive opening day performance against Coventry City has instilled a little bit more confidence that Sunderland might just be okay this season as we head to Ashton Gate. Its been almost five years since 'Bristanbul' and - in short - things have changed dramatically at both clubs. Returning guest and freelance journalist Gregor MacGregor (@GeeMacGee) has covered the Robins for numerous publications over the years and joins the show to chat this weekend's game, and update us on our opponents this Saturday. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #BCFC #EFLChampionship
The Echo team returns to bring you all of the latest transfer talk and news surrounding Sunderland. We'll also review the Wearsiders' Championship opener against Coventry City and look ahead to this weekend's clash against Bristol City
Our Gav Henderson, Craig Chapman and Martin Wanless sat down to review Sunderland's draw with Coventry on Sunday - chat about the positions Alex Neil and our listeners think need filling - discuss the serious issue with the away support throwing bottles down on our home fans again, and finally look ahead a bit to Bristol City! What's the crack? Was that a satisfactory way to return to Championship action after so long away? How class were Pritchard, Clarke and Gooch - They all have points to prove it seems; What about that display organisation from the fans and The Spirit of 37 group? Stunning work from all involved. What areas do we - and the lads and lasses on social media - think needs the most attention? The lads answer some of your questions; Alex Neil wants bodies in before the window - do we need to rush? BREAKING: That ref was shocking, they all are it seems.Away fans and the North Stand - Don't try acting a bunch of edgy little c***s when there's families, bairns and elderly lads and lasses below you, you f***ing scummy bunch of ****** b******s.The club needs to do more to protect the fans from the projectiles from above surely? Not wanting our fans to take the law into their own hands eh? How we feeling about the game next Saturday against Bristol City - are we confident or not now we've seen the quality of some of our opposition? All this and more! Listen in! #SAFC #EFL #EFLChampionship #WearThe37 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It started with a bang, and ended up with a kick in the teeth - but Sunderland's return to the Championship proved to be a largely positive affair. Myself and Brad got to it late thanks to a combination of the Lionesses bringing it home and terrible reality TV shows - but we pick apart our 1-1 draw against Coventry for your listening pleasure. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #CCFC #EFL #Championship
Stephen Goldsmith and Gareth Barker are back for the first Monday Show of the season, joined by WMS writer Jon Lambert and the Sunderland Echo's Phil Smith as they look back over Sunderland's 1-1 draw with Coventry City on the opening day of the season. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our Ant Waterson and Mike Dunne met up at the Hilton after the game to give us their immediate reaction to Sunderland's Championship opener against Coventry at the Stadium of Light! What's the crack? Aye it really was a game of two halves, maybe three thirds. The lads go over the negatives before the positives so stick with it.What did they make of that ref? How good is it to be back? What did they make of the overall performance? We'll take the point aye? Solid start to the season? Gav and Co will be back tomorrow with a full detailed review of the game as usual... HAWAY THE LADS and good luck to the Lionesses! #SAFC #EFLChampionship #EFL See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our Chris Wynn has had just about enough time to recover from his Wembley wanderings to get back to it - joining him to preview our first game back in the Championship this Sunday is Glenn from Coventry's Sky Blue Fans TV! What's the crack? What have they been up to since last we met in March of 2020? Their manager Mark Robins has been in the job for a while now, with a couple promotions under the belt since 2017; how are they getting on with him currently, and are they seeing real progress on the pitch? Who are the big players for Coventry these days? Who is their biggest threat in Glenn's opinion? Our pre-season wasn't much to write home about from a results point of view but they've been unbeaten so - does this fill them with confidence for the season ahead? How's the transfer window going for them? Any positions still needing to be filled? What do both lads predict the outcome will be on Sunday; Games between us are rarely dull, so what sort of game are we all expecting? All this and more! #SAFC #CCFC #EFLChampionship See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A bit that might not have worked, unidents, Dom, Mr Sting's graffiti, Adrian's birthday, and pain relief. (Rec: 19/9/21) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/athleticomince.
Host Ian Irving is joined by a host of The Athletic's EFL writers, including Burnley correspondent Andy Jones, West Brom writer Elias Burke and staff writer Nick Miller, to preview the start of the 2022/23 EFL season... The panel discuss Vincent Kompany's big rebuild at Turf Moor, why Hull City are sure to entertain this season, if Sunderland could make a surprise run at the Championship play-offs, as well as who Derby will contend with for automatic promotion from League One. Plus, the Chris Wilder Factor at Boro and why Scott Twine, Jack Rudoni & Grady Diangana are just a few of the one's to watch this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join James Copley and Joe Nicholson as they are joined by Glenn Watkin from Sky Blues Fans TV to discuss the opening game of the Championship season on Sunday.
We are back! Welcome to Episode 1 of Season 10 of the Aye Ready Podcast. In a brief episode for us, Dave and I go over the ins and outs in the transfer window as well as the pre-season friendlies against Sunderland, Blackpool, West Ham and Tottenham. We also talk about a few of the more significant news stories in the off season. Website ayereadypodcast.wordpress.com Listen iTunes PodBean YouTube Spotify Acast Contact Twitter Facebook Instagram
Pompey signed highly rated Spurs striker Dane Scarlett as we recorded our season preview. Hugh, Freddie and Joth discuss Pompey's new signing and luckily we prepared in case the news broke when we recorded! The lads make their predictions for where Pompey will finish this season so you lot can tell us how wrong we were! We finish the pod with our first preview of the season vs Sheffield Wednesday. This episode includes: - Michael Morrison signing - Alex Bass to Sunderland. - Dan Scarlett signing - Players to go out on loan? - Who else does Pompey need to sign? - Season predictions and your questions - Sheffield Wednesday preview.
We're back for our TENTH season and, somehow, so are Matt Keeling and Tom Walsh who are here to preview Sunderland's curtain raiser against Coventry City on Sunday. Welcome back! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Phil Smith, James Copley and Joe Nicholson return with another edition of The Roar Podcast. Here, our writers take you through our understanding of the Ellis Simms and Nathan Broadhead transfer situations plus what happened with Troy Parrott, with the striker choosing Preston North End over Sunderland. The trio also provide a full preview of Sunderland's clash against Coventry City at the Stadium of Light on Sunday in the first Championship game since 2018.
It often felt like it would never come, but finally, What The Falk get to present the first second tier podcast preview its history. That day at Wembley was amazing, but now the hard work starts for Sunderland and Alex Neil as we welcome Coventry City to the SOL for Sunday's Championship opener. Our first guest of the season is lovely Tom from the excellent Sky Blues Extra podcast joins us to give us the lowdown on a side we have a fair amount of history with. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #CCFC #EFLChampionship
It's almost time! Sunderland's return to the Championship is just 9 days away - so me, Dave Lawrence, Brad Sharpe and new recruit Ross Black got together to quickly preview the season. Will the Lads simply survive, or can we push higher? Who will be our star signing? Are we happy with our transfer business so far? All that and loads more. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #EFL #EFLChampionship
A special bonus episode of The Atheltic's Woman's Football pod with all the reaction to an historic night for English football. Ex-England player Gemma Davison joins Kait Borsay and ex-Sunderland player turned She Kicks Magazine Editor Jen O'Neill to digest England's epic 8-0 win over Norway in the Euros group stage. To keep right up to date with the Lionesses throughout the tournament and beyond, search 'The Athletic Women's Football Podcast' wherever you get your podcasts.