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Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and The Athletic's Adam Crafton for the Monday Night Club. The panel welcome Warren Doyle from The Blue Room Podcast to unpick Rafa Benitez's departure from Everton before considering whether Roberto Martinez or Wayne Rooney should replace him. BBC Radio Leeds' Adam Pope joins the podcast to talk about Marcelo Bielsa's approach to young players after Leeds broke the Premier League record for teenage appearances this season. Finally its up for discussion as to whether Manchester City's dominance at the top of the table is good for English football. TOPICS 04:10 – What went wrong for Benitez 07:00 – Who's next for Everton 13:30 – Leeds' youngsters 24:35 – Manchester City's dominance
What a way to end 2021! As Rams fans are given a glimmer of hope thanks to three consecutive wins to end the year, Chris and Richard are joined by Ollie Wright (Derby County Blog) to revel in the victories which see Derby cross the psychological barrier of double figures. There's praise for the returning CKR ('He's back!'), much-needed contributions from Ravel Morrison and Kamil Jozwiak, and general admiration for the fight shown from Wayne Rooney's players in the face of ultimate adversity. Is survival now an actual possibility... and would it constitute the one of the greatest achievements in English football? Chris, Richard and Ollie also assess Chris Kirchner stepping away as a potential owner of the club, and the 'naked opportunism' of compensation claims by Middlesbrough and Wycombe's owners. Get more pods on the SBW Patreon! - Exclusive interviews, bonus episodes, and a welcome gift for signing up: patreon.com/stevebloomerswashing
This week the UTD Podcast celebrates its 100th episode! To mark the occasion and close out 2021, your hosts look back on the last 50 episodes to pick out some of their favourite moments. Our first 50 episodes set the bar for gripping stories, epic moments and superstar guests - and we continued to deliver from 51 onwards! Ruud van Nistelrooy told us what he thinks of Martin Keown, Wayne Rooney revealed what really happened with his transfer request, we were inspired by Marcus Rashford, brought to tears by Andy Cole, and in awe of Sir Alex Ferguson. Get in touch with the only official Manchester United Podcast: firstname.lastname@example.org If you'd like to listen through our back-catalogue, the best place to do that is over on the Manchester United App, where you can listen to and watch all of our episodes in full for free! We'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join us as we celebrate Sir Alex Ferguson's 80th birthday with a special programme celebrating his incredible achievements in the game, the countless trophies he's won and looking at the impact he's left on Man United and football as a whole. Jim White takes a look back at the incredible career of one of football's legendary figures and the journey he took to make it at the very top. You'll hear from those who knew him well and those who played under him including the likes of Wayne Rooney, Ruud van Nistelrooy and class of 92 member Gary Neville! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today we spoke with Owen Eastwood - Performance Coach, and Author of 'Belonging: The Ancient Code of Togetherness'. Owen is a performance coach with vast and diverse experience with high-profile elite sports teams around the world with a speciality around identity, storytelling, and culture. He has worked with the British Olympic Team, the English national football team, Harlequins RFC, Scotland rugby, the Command Group of NATO, the South African cricket team, the Royal Ballet School, and high performing corporate settings. Owen, a New Zealander based in the UK with roots from Ireland has a unique approach that looks to an evolutionary understanding of a team or organisation, leadership dynamics, cohesion, wisdom from our ancestors, and what contemporary institutions do very well. Today we start with the imagery on the front of the book and its origins, and why belonging is critical for reducing anxiety, improving confidence, and instilling trust. Owen unpacks the essence of the working environment and culture moving forward, psychological safety, and why a sense of connection and belonging is vital. We enquire about sustaining success with teams where there is staff and player turnover, emotional availability for young professionals, and the harmony between boundaries and autonomy - a profound concept called tapu noa. A highlight of this one, Owen eloquently shares the Maori concept of 'whakapapa' - for the sun is shining on us now. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Key Timestamps 0. 35 - The inspiration behind the book cover 2. 06 - Owen's current work with Harlequins + English FA 3. 52 - Wellbeing as a core responsibility 4. 52 - Recovery + creating space 6. 22 - Wellbeing monitoring in elite performance environments 8. 23 - Businesses need to focus on wellbeing 10. 04 - Belonging reducing anxiety + facing the challenge 10. 55 - Story of us 12. 43 - Looking back to get 13. 33 - 99% of our history we spent in tribes/kin 15. 18- Hard-wired sense of belonging 17. 07 - Good coaches create a shared identity 18. 08 - Becoming culturally mindful as a team 19. 35 - Tapu Noa described 22. 03 - Getting involved with the English FA 22. 53 - Listening + learning from Wayne Rooney, Michael Owen, and others 24. 10 - Gareth Southgate being highly relational + authentic 26. 26 - Trust and how we build it 27. 50 - Leaders and Emotional availability 28. 10 - Southgate + omitting talented players from Euros 29. 48 - Whakapapa and the timeline of us 31. 23 - how leaders can create a true legacy 32. 24 - What does High Performance mean to you? Social www.instagram.com/sleepeatperformrepeat.com www.twitter.com/SEPR_Podcast www.linkedin.com/company/sleep-eat-perform-repeat/ www.facebook.com/SleepEatPerformRepeat Please rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts or Spotify Thank you for supporting the show!
Two excellent results against the best teams in the Championship give Derby fans a glimmer of hope... before QPR spoil the positivity party with a late winner at Pride Park, as that gap to safety just keeps getting bigger. Chris, Tom and Anton sigh in disbelief at more points dropped from winning positions and kick themselves for having survival hope in the first place, as we also analyse the wonderful first team emergence of Liam Thompson into the Derby County midfield. Wayne Rooney has also just marked a year in charge of Derby, so we take 'Your Shouts' on the boss's best and worst moments in his first 12 months in as Rams boss. Enjoy the podcast? Want to hear more? Sign up as an SBW Patron and get an extra episode every month! patreon.com/stevebloomerswashing Leave us a rating! If you like what you hear, we'd love a 5* review on Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/steve-bloomers-washing/id1265416808 Thanks for listening! @stevebloomerpod email@example.com
His "privilege" to have played with big players and managers, what it was like to share a locker room with Tim Cahill at Everton, how Sir Alex Ferguson was not just a manager but a mentor, the two toughest defenders he faced, how he felt connected with Paul Scholes and Wayne Rooney, and more.
Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall forward Jed Wallace and Wycombe left-back Joe Jacobson to dissect this week's big talking points from the EFL. BBC Sheffield's Andy Giddings gives us the lowdown on a dramatic turn of events at Sheffield United as they sacked Slavisa Jokanovic after just six months in charge and replaced him with Paul Heckingbottom on a five-year contract. The guys share what they think of such a drastic change in strategy at Bramall Lane. Cardiff City manager Steve Morison tells us what life is like in his new job, how he's putting the youngsters through a tough gym regime and why he's perhaps not the grumpy man many people may perceive him to be. The ever-entertaining Paul Warne explains how Friday night steak could be a big factor in the success at Rotherham United, whose 12-match unbeaten run has taken them top of League One, and why he's obsessed with respect in his squad. And after taking four points from games against Bournemouth and Fulham, despite receiving a further nine-point deduction, Wayne Rooney tells Aaron why he wants his Derby players to just enjoy their football and why he wants the team to be an embodiment of him. TOPICS 05.40 - Andy Giddings on Sheffield United drama 13.10 - Jed and Joe's reaction 15.46 - Steve Morison on life at Cardiff 25.47 - Paul Warne on Rotherham's secrets to success 38.30 - Wayne Rooney interview
Wednesday night should have been a routine win for Fulham on paper against Wayne Rooney's Derby County - it proved anything but, as a "non-covid related illness" hit several key members of the squad including top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic. In the end, Silva's depleted squad had to settle for a point against the league's bottom side, who were tough opposition and probably good value for the draw. In this episode, we review all the talking points from Wednesday's game, and also discuss Tosin Adarabioyo, who spoke to Peter in The Athletic earlier this week. We then look ahead to Preston on Saturday, which isn't the easiest given we have no idea who will be able to play and who won't. Finally, we read some of your emails about musical Fulham players, horn hysterics and a Crowded House chant suggestion for Marco Silva.
Hosts Dan Bardell and George Elek are joined by bet365's Steve Freeth to reflect on The Athletic's exclusive story, that Ralf Rangnick has agreed a deal to manage Manchester United until the end of the season! Our very own German football expert Raphael Honigstein gives us the low-down on the 'Godfather of Gegenpressing' and the guys discuss what his appointment has done for United's chances at Stamford Bridge on Sunday... Plus, whether Arsenal will be able to bounce back from their annual Anfield humiliation against Eddie Howe's ultra-attacking Newcastle, why there are no more excuses for both Brentford and Everton, why Dan's sceptical of all the recent praise for Graham Potter and why Leeds' teenager Joe Gelhardt is like a young Wayne Rooney.
Former Manchester United full-back and current Burnley man Phil Bardsley joined the UTD Podcast overlooking the Old Trafford pitch. Phil grew up across the road from Man Utd's famous Cliff Training Ground and dreamed of playing for the club. He talked about how those dreams came true when he finally made his debut for the club alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo. He also gave his version of events from that infamous kitchen boxing match with Wayne Rooney. We heard how that came about and Phil's reaction to Wazza's incredible goal celebration against Tottenham Hotspur days later. Sam and Maysie also read out your emails at the end of the episode. If you'd like to write to the only official Manchester United Podcast then e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org If you'd like to listen through our back-catalogue, the best place to do that is over on the Manchester United App, where you can listen to and watch all of our episodes in full for free! We'd also love it if you could leave us a rating and review wherever you listen to your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode we review a seventh consecutive W for Fulham, who brushed aside basically bottom Barnsley with ease at the Cottage. Mitrovic scored in his seventh consecutive match and for the sixth time this season, FFC scored four goals in a match. We discuss Fabio Carvalho's impact, whether Michael Hector has done enough to keep his place now Tosin's suspension is over and just how important Harry Wilson is to this team. Finally, we look ahead to Derby County, as the Whites look to remain at the top of the league with a win against Wayne Rooney's doomed, but determined team.
“When given an opportunity, grab with both hands and take it “ Commercial Litigator Geraldine Ryan is a born and bred Greater Mancunian (despite her scouse twang!). Having spent her career working across the north west, she's currently a partner at the International Law firm CMS in Manchester. Geraldine's family values have served her well in her career. You'll hear about those, as well as some of the life lessons that emerged from some of the biggest cases that she has acted on. Including “wading through a scrum of the world's press” to get Wayne Rooney into the courtroom to give evidence. A job well done for Geraldine means her clients often don't want to see her again, however she tells host Lisa Morton how gaining a client's trust and their reliance upon her is so important. ------ Your host, Lisa Morton, started PR company Roland Dransfield in 1996, one month after the fateful IRA bomb that tore apart the city centre. From that point, the business, and its team members, have been involved in helping to support the creation of Modern Manchester – across regeneration, business, charity, leisure and hospitality, sport and culture. To celebrate the 25 years that Roland Dransfield has spent creating these bonds, Lisa is gathering together some of her Greater Mancunian ‘family' and will be exploring how they have created their own purposeful relationships with the best place in the world. Connect with Lisa and Roland Dransfield: Via our website On Instagram On Twitter On Spotify Connect with Geraldine: On LinkedIn
Wayne Rooney has given his thoughts on the current United situation, suggesting that the majority of the blame rests with the players rather than Solskjaer. Jay and Joe have already previewed the Spurs game so if you want to check out their predicted XI's, who to watch for both teams and their score predictions, head over here after the podcast - https://youtu.be/YdC4B_dW_mY Stretford Paddock has content out EVERY DAY, make sure you're subscribed for your Man United fix! - https://bit.ly/DEVILSsub
Mike Parry and Lesley-Ann Jones return for the latest look at Life on Planet Porky, the podcast that takes an alternative approach to the big news and showbiz stories of the week. Those topics include: Tramp the nightclub, trying to renew your passport, Wayne Rooney's private life, Paul Simon, the possibility of another winter of discontent, coal, chasing Angela Rippon around, the Boston Herald, filing cabinets, Porky's increasingly expensive dental work, Billy Preston becoming the fifth Beatle, the Fab Four's tea drinking, collecting things from hotels, hope for the future of Sydney, and Porky's Australian adventures. It's the podcast that's just as big on the other side of the world (whichever side you're on), it's Life on Planet Porky. Follow the show on Twitter: @PlanetPorky or Mike is: @MikeParry8 while you can find Lesley-Ann: @LAJwriter. Or you can email us questions or comments to: email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you!
Enda Coll, Arthur O'Dea and Colm Boohig look at Ireland's wins against Azerbaijan and Qatar, the Newcastle United takeover and the new Wayne Rooney documentary coming on Amazon prime.
After an explosive Part 1 where we read Jamie Vardy's 'From Nowhere', the battle draws to a close with Wayne Rooney's 2013 book 'My Decade In The Premier League'. Featuring highlights of Wayne's career - both real and imaginary - Anderson's odd way of learning English and another edition of Wag Watch. Can Wazza beat Vardy? Find out now! Follow us on Twitter! @FootieBookClub Instagram @footballbookclub Join The Football Book Club *Club* - www.patreon.com/footballbookclub
Join host Connor Bromley, Ricky Charlesworth and Richard Cusack as they discuss the situation at Derby County as well as the Championship in general. On the agenda:- Derby's financial situation- Could they stay up?- Wayne Rooney's performance- Coventry's strong start to the season- Fulham's recent struggles- Bournemouth in top gear- Cardiff and Boro needing a manager switch?- Blackpool's big winAnd much much more!
Jason and Cory sit down with Ed Dawes from BBC Radio Derby to discuss Derby County and the season so far! We discuss The Rams recent results and the season so far. We find out who has impressed Ed and who is a bit off the boil. We talk about the fight the squad are showing. We discuss administration and what it means for the future of the club. We discuss the influence of Krystian Bielik and Colin Kazim-Richards and how important their return will be to the side. We also find out Ed's interview with Mel Morris and the fine line he has to walk when being in the media. We also find out Ed's thoughts on Wayne Rooney. Thank you for listening! Get in touch with your questions or comments. Send us a voice message! On Twitter: @ramsreview1 ; Facebook: @ramsreviewpod and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the 'Wagatha Christie' trial between Coleen and Rebekah rumbles on, we're turning the tables with the ultimate biography battle - Jamie Vardy's 'From Nowhere' versus Wayne Rooney's 'My Decade in the Premier League'. First up is Jamie's 2017 book, which means skittles vodka, holidays with Ritchie De Laet and the time Jamie was haunted by a goose. Follow us on Twitter! @FootieBookClub Instagram @footballbookclub Join The Football Book Club *Club* - www.patreon.com/footballbookclub
Aaron Paul is joined by Middlesbrough defender Sol Bamba and Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor The guys discuss the most controversial refereeing decisions they've been on the right and wrong ends of. Sol talks about his comeback from non-hodgkin lymphoma and how the illness has changed his perspective on the little things in football. We find out more about Sol's 17-year career in the game, from the very start at Paris Saint Germain through to his spell at Leeds United under the controversial regime of Massimo Cellini, who once went round to his house in the early hours of the morning to rant about the club's problems. Sol also gives us an insight into what his current manager Neil Warnock is like and answers the all-important question… does Warnock still get naked in front of the players in the dressing room? Lyle tells us what the last week at Forest has been like with the sacking of Chris Hughton and the appointment of Steve Cooper. He talks about Steven Reid's rousing speech before he took charge of their win at Huddersfield and how much he's already learning from Cooper after just a few days in the job. We hear from Derby County manager Wayne Rooney, who says he's committed to staying on as manager at Pride Park after the club entered administration and reveals his disappointment at the ‘disrespect' shown by owner Mel Morris in the handling of the situation. The boys discuss whether Derby can realistically survive in the Championship despite their points deductions and how Rooney is in a win-win situation whatever happens. TOPICS 06.00 - Sol on comeback from illness 09.34 - How it's changed his perspective on football 12.17 - Sol on life under Massimo Cellimo at Leeds 14.14 - The story of Cellini going round to Sol's house at 2am 17.45 - Does Neil Warnock still get naked in the dressing room? 21.07 - Lyle on what the last week at Forest has been like and the impact Steve Cooper is already having 29.54 - Lyle on Forest's lack of confidence at the start of the season 32.47 - Sol on Cooper and the difference between being a good coach and a good manager 34.52 - Wayne Rooney on Mel Morris and his commitment to staying on as Derby manager 41.28 - Sol and Lyle on whether Derby can stay up and how Rooney is in a win-win situation
Following on from their Podcast in the summer during EFL Week debating if Derby should have been demoted from The Championship, Suj & James investigate the latest state of affairs at The Championship club following the announcement on Friday night that the intend to enter administration. Was it a final call for help from owner Mel Morris or is the situation as bleak as it seems? Why Derby's immediate punishment could be in excess of over a 20 point deduction, why the club will now struggle to attract owners, Wayne Rooney's situation as manager & the future of English football ownership and how to safeguard it are all covered. Join our Planet FPL mini league, the winner will be invited on to a Planet FPL Podcast next summer! The code is d7mmxw or you can auto join at the link below https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/d7mmxw Coming up on Planet FPL on Wednesday - Planet SkyFF s3 ep7 with all the latest for Sky Fantasy Football ____________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL community? Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg
Nadějnými českými brankáři se to na britských ostrovech v současnosti jenom hemží, všímá si podcast Angličan. Kteří čeští legionáři aktuálně hájí prostor mezi třemi tyčemi v Anglii a proč je tam česká brankářská škola na ostrovech úspěšná?Ačkoli se Jiří Hošek, autor Angličana, právě profesně vzdělává za Atlantikem, vysílání podcastu pokračuje a ani jeho nejnovější epizoda se neobešla bez pravidelné rubriky Bramborový salát o českých zástupcích v Premier League. V ní se tentokrát posádka ve studiu zaměřila na konfrontaci Manchesteru United s londýnskými Hammers, v jejichž základní sestavě již tradičně nechyběli ani Tomáš Souček a Vladimír Coufal. Ti se na hřišti statečně postavili i hvězdnému Cristianu Ronaldovi.Vyrovnané utkání spělo do remízového konce, jenže proti dělbě bodů byl střídající Jesse Lingard, ofenzivní záložník hájící barvy Manchesteru United, který svou technickou trefou poslal hosty v samotném závěru do vedení 2:1. Kladiváři zápas nevzdali a po nastřelené ruce Lukea Shawa, levého obránce hostí, nařídil zkušený sudí Martin Atkinson pokutový kop pro West Ham. Na trávník vzápětí vyběhl střídající hráč se záměrem vyrovnat: Mark Noble, 34letý matador ve službách Hammers. A jak to dopadlo? Brankář De Gea vyčaroval učebnicovou robinzonádu a rozradostnil protilehlý sektor fanoušků hostí.„Takový krok se může trenérovi vždycky vymstít. Vystřídat fotbalistu, byť sebezkušenějšího, na rozhodující pokutový kop, to je pokaždé hra na vysoké riziko. Zase na druhou stranu, kdyby to Noble proměnil, bude to považováno za husarský kousek. Mark Noble je skutečnou legendou klubu a kouč domácích David Moyes jednoduše uvěřil, že unese to těžké břímě a penaltu s přehledem promění. De Gea se po jeho nejistém kopu vrhnul výtečně a to hlavně s přihlédnutím k faktu, že penalty obecně moc chytat neumí,“ říká v podcastu Jakub Podaný, donedávna prvoligový fotbalista, který prošel týmy Sparty, Teplic, Dukly, Bohemians nebo Jablonce.Angličan se tentokrát zaměřil i na početné zastoupení českých brankářů v rámci anglické profesionální scény. „Ono se to nezdá, ale v anglických klubech jich působí poměrně dost. Česká brankářská škola má na britských ostrovech jistou tradici. Namátkou bychom mohli zmínit Luďka Mikloška, Jana Stejskala nebo Pavla Srnička, později se objevil třeba Jan Laštůvka. A samozřejmě především Petr Čech,“ vykopává téma Jaromír Bosák, který v aktuálním vydání Angličana zaskakuje za Jiřího Hoška v moderátorském křesle.Takový Matěj Kovář, pro mnohé Čechy stále relativně neznámé jméno, se v týdnu dokázal probojovat na lavičku Rudých ďáblů pro zápas v prestižní Lize mistrů. Přihlížel tak úvodní brance spoluhráče Cristiana Ronalda a senzačnímu obratu domácích Young Boys Bern. V mládeži Manchesteru United aktuálně působí i další dva čeští brankáři, Ondřej Mastný a Radek Vítek. Pod záštitou konkurenčního Liverpoolu zase nakukuje do dospělého fotbalu i Vítězslav Jaroš, který aktuálně úspěšně hostuje v první irské lize.Luděk Mádl, fotbalový expert Seznam Zpráv, v této souvislosti vyzdvihuje jméno Luďka Mikloška: „Díky jeho aktivitě v rámci Sport Investu, sportovní agentury zastupující české sportovce, je jistě celý proces transferů o něco hladší, nicméně tím bych nechtěl podrývat nesporné kvality zmiňovaných brankářů. Klíčové je, aby využili svých příležitostí, kterých v těch největších klubech rozhodně nebude mnoho.“„Zkušenosti získané na trénincích třeba s Cristianem Ronaldem jsou jistě k nezaplacení, ale prorazit do A-týmu Manchesteru United přes neuvěřitelnou konkurenci je tak obtížné, že se to zpravidla jen tak někomu nepodaří. Nicméně vidíme například na Jindrovi Staňkovi, plzeňské brankářské jedničce, který se nakonec neprokousal do áčka Evertonu, že mu i to jeho někdejší působení v ostrovním fotbale do kariéry mnohé dalo. Z hlediska vývoje je působení v anglickém velkoklubu výtečná zkušenost, jen jde o to, aby potom pravidelně chytal,“ dodává postřeh z praxe Podaný.„Pak tu máme brankáře řekněme ze střední generace, jakými jsou Marek Štěch, Václav Hladký nebo Tomáš Holý, kterým se v Anglii dlouhodobě daří, byť se nejedná o nejsledovanější soutěž Premier League. Poslední dva zmínění jsou v současnosti jedničkou a dvojkou v třetiligovém Ipswichi - a z této adresy by je zpět do české Fortuna ligy v následujících letech nejspíš nikdo nedostal. Ať už jde o sportovní zázemí, fotbalovou kvalitu nebo finanční podmínky, anglický profesionální fotbal (rozumějme od 4. ligy výš) splňuje ta nejpřísnější kritéria. Karel Tvaroh, který to prostředí v Anglii sám zažil, by jistě potvrdil, že svých hráčů si tam fanoušci váží o poznání více, než u nás v Česku,“ konstatuje Bosák.Angličan rozebírá také finanční kolaps druholigového Derby County, které v současnosti trénuje Wayne Rooney, analyzuje rozličné výkony anglických velkoklubů na půdě pohárové Evropy a všímá si ohromné vítězné síly znovu rozjetého Liverpoolu. A jak si vedli Vladimír Coufal s Tomášem Součkem v dresu Hammers proti Cristianu Ronaldovi? To se dozvíte v nové epizodě Angličana! ------ Angličan je fotbalový podcast Jiřího Hoška (@hosekj) a jeho přátel věnovaný čistě Premier League. Vychází každé úterý v poledne. Další podcasty, ale taky články, komentáře a videa najdete na zpravodajském serveru Seznam Zprávy. Poslouchejte nás na webu nebo ve vaší oblíbené podcastové aplikaci. Vaše názory, návrhy, otázky, stížnosti nebo pochvaly můžete posílat na email@example.com nebo na @PodcastAnglican. 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Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Tom Roddy.We begin by celebrating the life and career of Jimmy Greaves, who sadly passed away on Sunday aged 81. From 1966 World Cup heartbreak and a struggle with alcohol addiction - Greaves' achievements on the pitch and reinvention as a television star made him a favourite with generations of fans (00:00)Two of Greavsie's former teams played each other on the same day of his passing as Spurs hosted Chelsea. After a touching tribute to a man who means so much to both clubs - it wasn't much of a contest as Chelsea blew Tottenham away. Were Chelsea as good as the scoreline suggests and what's wrong at Spurs after another 3-0 loss? (10:32)Jonathan Northcroft joins us following his conversations with Derby County manager, Wayne Rooney for The Times. As the club stares down a points deduction or potential worse - where's it all gone wrong at Pride Park? (27:04)The final five minutes of West Ham vs Manchester United was a rollercoaster with Jesse Lingard scoring against the side he took into Europe last season, Ronaldo not being given multiple penalties and Mark Noble's questionable first kick off the game losing his side at least a point - we break down what happened at the London Stadium (44:44)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.
Ben Haines is joined by former Brighton and Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray and Premier League presenter Nubaid Haroon to discuss the big talking points from Saturday's action. Liverpool are top of the league after beating Crystal Palace. The boys talk about how Mohamed Salah has improved his overall game this season and the impact having fans back at Anfield is having on Jurgen Klopp's side. Over 53,000 fans were at the Etihad to watch Manchester City have just one shot on target in a goalless draw with Southampton. Did Pep's comments about wanting more supporters to come to the Etihad invite extra pressure on his players? And with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United all looking strong this season, how costly will those dropped points be if they're to defend their Premier League title? On Sunday, injury-hit Tottenham face a Chelsea team that has conceded just one goal in the league this season. Glenn offers his expertise on how best to deal with the threat of Romelu Lukaku. Rafa Benitez suffered his first defeat as Everton manager as they were beaten 3-0 by Aston Villa. Glenn and Nubaid debate Rafa's style of play and what constitutes “entertaining football.” And they reflect on the impact Leon Bailey had, with the Villa winger coming on as a substitute, scoring a goal and grabbing an assist before being brought back off the pitch, in a remarkable 21 minute debut. Derby County beat Stoke a day after announcing that the club will go into administration. Aaron Paul from the 72+ podcast joins us to talk about what points deductions they could face and we hear from Wayne Rooney on his concerns for everyone involved at Pride Park. Elsewhere in the East Midlands, Nottingham Forest began life without Chris Hughton with victory over Huddersfield for their first win of the season. Aaron gives us the latest on their plans to appoint Steve Cooper as Hughton's replacement and Glenn shares his thoughts on what the future holds for his former team. TOPICS 01.47 – Liverpool reaction 05.37 – Salah's evolution this season 08.01 – Manchester City's draw with Southampton 12.40 – How costly are dropped points with the top four all in strong form? 14.02 – Rafa Benitez's style of play and what does entertaining football look like? 20.19 – Tottenham v Chelsea preview 23.21 – Glenn's thoughts on how to deal with Lukaku 27.04 – Derby County reaction with Aaron Paul 28.22 – Wayne Rooney on off-field concerns at Pride Park 30.44 – Nottingham Forest's future
In a tough loss for the team, Atlanta United fell 2-0 to Nashville SC in a game that wasn’t as bad as it may appear. In the first match under Pineda, the 5 stripes looked to change things up as almost everyone looked to shoulder the blame for defeat. With this recent result, Atlanta remains … Atlanta United FC Weekly – 161 – ATLUTD vs Nashville SC – TAKE YOUR SHIRT OFF Read More »
4 in a row!!!! Nothing can stop this train from rollin as Atlanta United wins 2 more to make it 4 consecutive wins, for the first time since 2019 as the 5 stripes take down Toronto FC and DC United. With their recent results, ATL currently sit in 8th place in the East, just outside of the playoff line, but with the recent addition of Luiz Araujo into the mix, they look to be a completely different team. Despite back to back games with shaky performances in the second half, Atlanta continues to produce results, and walks away with 6 points this week nonetheless. The boys talk about Pineda and the recent tenure of Rob Valentino and what his role may be on the team going forward, as well as their expectations this week as Nashville pays a visit to Mercedes Benz Stadium here at home. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their hometown MLS team – Atlanta United FC. They look to bring their insights on the previous game, how the team has been doing, where they currently stand in the MLS, and look forward to their next game of the week. It's almost that time. The streetlights just came on and you had better leave soon to be Home Before Dark. Find the whole gang on twitter @HomeB4Dark
4 in a row!!!! Nothing can stop this train from rollin as Atlanta United wins 2 more to make it 4 consecutive wins, for the first time since 2019 as the 5 stripes take down Toronto FC and DC United. With their recent results, ATL currently sit in 8th place in the East, just outside … Atlanta United FC Weekly – 160 – ATLUTD vs DC United – Nothin Can Stop Us, We’re All the Way Up…. To 8th Place Read More »
Not even Limp Bizkit could stop this train. Atlanta United and the Chocolate Starfish rolls on to its second consecutive win against LAFC. A win that continues to build on the momentum of recent weeks, but the team still has a lot of ground to make up if they are expected to make it into the playoffs. This week's win continued to showcase Atlanta's finer touches via Josef, Barco, Moreno, Bello, and Robinson, as well as a welcomed return by Brooks Lenon. The boys gather round to talk about it all as we look ahead to this week's matchup against league's worst Toronto FC. Can Atlanta continue on their current trajectory? Only time will tell. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their hometown MLS team – Atlanta United FC. They look to bring their insights on the previous game, how the team has been doing, where they currently stand in the MLS, and look forward to their next game of the week. It's almost that time. The streetlights just came on and you had better leave soon to be Home Before Dark. Find the whole gang on twitter @HomeB4Dark
Not even Limp Bizkit could stop this train. Atlanta United and the Chocolate Starfish rolls on to its second consecutive win against LAFC. A win that continues to build on the momentum of recent weeks, but the team still has a lot of ground to make up if they are expected to make it into … Atlanta United FC Weekly – 159 – ATLUTD vs LAFC – Keep Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’ Read More »
The trio is back. Dom, Abs and Con discuss Conor's recent travels to Dallas and Dubai and explains what he enjoyed and found challenging on the journey. We also talk about the future of remote work as there have been conversations around employers decreasing pay if people work completely remotely. We also take a deep dive into the Wayne Rooney situation as the Derby manager was pictured in a hotel room with two women fast asleep on a chair.Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/detailedonmic/https://www.instagram.com/doms_matrix/https://www.instagram.com/abs1506/https://www.instagram.com/conorokus/Twitter:https://twitter.com/DetailedOnMichttps://twitter.com/1Dom_https://twitter.com/abss1506https://twitter.com/ConorOkus
Atlanta finally fins a way to win, and this time without its lynchpin in Josef Martinez. Sure it came following a match that Atlanta was awarded 2 PKs, and a total of 3 in its past two matches, but who's counting? Dan and Kevin talk about the matches this past week that left Atlanta without Josef following a choke slam fallout against Montreal in the final moments. The good news is that the team is scoring goals and creating opportunities. The question is whether it can be sustained. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their hometown MLS team – Atlanta United FC. They look to bring their insights on the previous game, how the team has been doing, where they currently stand in the MLS, and look forward to their next game of the week. It's almost that time. The streetlights just came on and you had better leave soon to be Home Before Dark. Find the whole gang on twitter @HomeB4Dark
Atlanta finally fins a way to win, and this time without its lynchpin in Josef Martinez. Sure it came following a match that Atlanta was awarded 2 PKs, and a total of 3 in its past two matches, but who’s counting? Dan and Kevin talk about the matches this past week that left Atlanta without … Atlanta United FC Weekly – 158 – ATLUTD vs Columbus Crew – Josef Who? Read More »
And another one…. Atlanta United is like the DJ Khaled of winless matches after now going 11 straight and continuing to slide in MLS standings following their road loss to once “rival” Orlando City. A game that started with so much promise after Josef Martinez made a big statement just 1 minute into the match … Atlanta United FC Weekly – 157 – ATLUTD vs Orlando City – The Darkest Timeline Read More »
And another one.... Atlanta United is like the DJ Khaled of winless matches after now going 11 straight and continuing to slide in MLS standings following their road loss to once "rival" Orlando City. A game that started with so much promise after Josef Martinez made a big statement just 1 minute into the match with a golazo. Despite having multiple leads throughout the match, Atlanta once again managed to blow a lead in the final 10 minutes of the match. In good news, Tim returns! They also all talk about upcoming matches against Montreal and Columbus Crew. If Atlanta doesn't produce results soon, their chance at salvaging this season diminishes even more. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their hometown MLS team – Atlanta United FC. They look to bring their insights on the previous game, how the team has been doing, where they currently stand in the MLS, and look forward to their next game of the week. It's almost that time. The streetlights just came on and you had better leave soon to be Home Before Dark. Find the whole gang on twitter @HomeB4Dark
Jamie takes Mytton back to school and gives him a lesson in RE, the pair discuss Wayne Rooney's recent hotel escapade and Jamie's mum ignores his calls *takes a breath* all in one Private Parts BONUS episode. Don't forget to leave us a review while you're here See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
While Tim is taking naps and changing diapers, Dan and Kevin are back to break down all the action this past week as Atlanta United squared off against FC Cincinnati in a 1-1 draw followed by a loss at home this weekend at the hands of the Columbus Crew. While both games see a marked improvement in the level of play for the 5-Stripes, they remain winless through their last 9 matches. The return of Josef Martinez definitely creates a spark, but they'll need a lot more than 1-2 pieces of the puzzle this weekend as they face rivals Orlando City on the road Friday night. Clear Eyes, Full Hearts..... will probably lose. Odds for this Friday's game has opened and according to sportsbettingdime.com, Atlanta United are going in as +280 underdogs. Not a bad payout if you're willing to put up the cash. Orlando is coming off of that 5-0 beat down this past weekend. No matter the outcome, Atlanta will need to figure things out fast if they are expected to compete in this years MLS playoffs. Currently sitting in 10th place in the East, every game counts, particularly against that Orlando Scum. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their hometown MLS team – Atlanta United FC. They look to bring their insights on the previous game, how the team has been doing, where they currently stand in the MLS, and look forward to their next game of the week. It's almost that time. The streetlights just came on and you had better leave soon to be Home Before Dark. Find the whole gang on twitter @HomeB4Dark
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Marcus, Pete and Jim are here to hail the latest cab off the centre-back rank, with Raphaël Varane and Ben White two more risk-free additions expected in the coming days.Elsewhere, the post-Gareth Bale era winds down at Spurs with Eric Lamela's sad departure, Steve Bruce shoulders the takeover burden and Wayne Rooney looks tired - someone get him some players, my word.We're back with daily episodes Monday-Friday, so make sure you're subscribed in your podcast app so you never miss an episode!Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***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.
Former England ace Wayne Rooney has claimed he was 'set up' and has complained to Greater Manchester Police after social media was flooded with images of him getting close to a woman in a nightclub and asleep in a hotel room while two half-naked women took photos around him. The Legend and Special Guest Paul regrettably discuss the whole sordid episode. FPL Sign Up The rules are going to be as follows: The league will be closed off on August 13th, 2021 at noon EST (so act quickly if you want to sign up). The entrance fee has two components: A minimum $4/monthly patronage throughout the season on Patreon (patreon.com/eplpod) and a $25 USD buy-in sent via PayPal (to email@example.com). Patreon Support independent media! Many of you are currently or have been Patrons in the past. Thank you! Patreon makes this a painless process. We really appreciate the support. Paying a minimum of $4 per month works out to 50 cents per episode (even less with bonus material). The podcast is 100% listener funded and we'd like to keep it that way for now. Link to our Patreon: patreon.com/eplpod PayPal instructions Select ‘Pay or send money' Select ‘Send money to friends of family' Insert email address: firstname.lastname@example.org); hit ‘next' Insert amount (25 USD); hit ‘continue' 100% of PayPal funds raised go to the winners After satisfying entry requirements, you'll be sent the league code by Mike via email. You'll also receive access to our Super Secret Slack channel. Prizes 1st place: 60% of all total proceeds. 2nd place: 30% of all total proceeds. 3rd place: 10% of all total proceeds. FYI: PayPal extracts an infinitesimal transaction fee. The rules of FPL can be found on their website: fantasy.premierleague.com We'd suggest that you read them closely. We'll collect your information and send you the code once the switch is flipped over at fantasy.premierleague.com Best of luck, chappies!
Tonight the boys are back to talk about England’s heart-wrenching loss in Euro 2020 as well as Atlanta United’s 2-2 draw on the road against Nashville SC. This game had a little bit of everything. Red cards, injuries, goals, homegrowns, soccer moses, and Garth Brooks. Another draw for Atlanta United means that it is still … Atlanta United FC Weekly – 154 – ATLUTD vs Nashville SC – Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls Read More »
Following last episode’s technical difficulties, the boys are back to talk about Atlanta United’s season outlook following a 3-0 away drubbing by the Chicago Fire. They talk about what their expectations are going forward this season, and more importantly, what can be done to get things “back on track”. They talk about the state of … Atlanta United FC Weekly – 153 – ATLUTD vs Chicago Fire – We Couldn’t Stop the Fire. They were always scoring and our season is burning. Read More »