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Steve Crossman is joined by Chris Sutton, senior football reporter Ian Dennis and the former Liverpool and Everton midfielder Don Hutchison as Liverpool have booked their place in the EFL Cup final after beating Arsenal 2-0. The panel reflect on the importance of Liverpool making their first domestic cup final at Wembley since 2016 and Chris thinks Arsenal's season “will be seen as a failure” if they now miss out on a top four finish in the Premier League this season. There is an unmissable post-match interview between Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk and our reporter George Cummins. And we discuss reports that Ballon d'Or winner Fabio Cannavaro is in talks to replace Rafa Benitez as Everton manager. TOPICS: 0'40” – Analysis of Jota's two goals 3'00” – Importance of being in a domestic cup final for Liverpool and their fans 7'40” – No silverware for Arsenal this season 10'40” – How important is it for Arsenal now to try and finish in the Premier League's top four? 15'30” – Should Liverpool or Arsenal try to sign Ousmane Dembele? 17'35” – Interview with Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk 20'00” – Reaction to van Dijk's interview 22'40” – What was Chris Sutton like in post-match interviews? 23'25 – Interview with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta 26'30” – Reports Fabio Cannavaro is in talks with Everton for the vacant manager's job
#CarabaoCup #ARSLIV #TheEmirates Arsenal v Liverpool Reaction Kev and Chris bring you immediate match reaction to Arsenal v Liverpool in the 2nd leg of the Carabao Cup Semi Final at The Emirates as Liverpool make it to Wembley to face Chelsea!! Support Féileacáin… Please get us to 10k!! Donate here! https://www.idonate.ie/fundraiser/11425598_lfc--daytrippers-s-page.html See https://www.feileacain.ie for more info on an outstanding charity that deserves for us to smash this out of the park!! Merch - https://www.lfcdt.com/shop 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 ** Twitter https://twitter.com/LFCDaytrippers Discord http://discord.gg/QvH6tzu4tq Spotify https://spoti.fi/3f8PVPG Apple pods https://apple.co/3cchQvY Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLFCDaytrippers Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lfcdaytrippers/ Intro Graphics done by Mohammed Jogee - Enquiries to email@example.com 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 podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Arsenal 0 - 2 Liverpool, a Diogo Jota the slotter double sends the reds to the Carabao Cup final at Wembley after they beat Arsenal 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium in the second leg of their semi-final.A very good evening to all you Reds fans across the world as we reach the League Cup final!The star of the show is undoubtedly Diogo Jota after his ice cold brace fired Liverpool into a final against Chelsea at Wembley on the 27th February, so I'm sure we'll all be looking forward to that one.Another clean sheet from Liverpool's impressive defenders kept the very attacking Arsenal line up at bay, with Caoimhin Kellher producing a few fine saves.Curtis Jones lit up the middle of the park with his dazzling display, and a start for 17 year old winger Kaide Gordon has given Liverpool fans much to look forward to in the future.Joining me on tonight's show we have the usual dream team, of Paul Gorst's on the whistle verdict, Jurgen Klopp's press conference, and the reaction of the Reds fans in the stands at the Emirates! Enjoy.
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Ceri and Andy get together with Ivor Baddiel and chat about the easy route to Wembley courtesy of Spurs and then the disappointment of losing to City. chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2022 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Thomas Tuchel just loves a final... Sam Parkin and Dom Fifield join Matt Davies-Adams to look back on Wednesday night's 1-0 victory at Tottenham - meaning Chelsea cruise to Wembley thanks to a 3-0 aggregate win over sorry Spurs - despite the officials best efforts... No time to enjoy that success though - as the Blues prepare for a must-win Premier League tie at Manchester City on Saturday. BBC Radio Manchester's City commentator Mike Minay gives us the lowdown on the Citizens and what to expect at the Etihad. And as ever, there's a Thursday quiz to get everyone in the mood...
West Ham beat Norwich 2-0 in the Premier League last night. Jarrod Bowen, VAR, and Norwich's lack of goals are all talking points. (Part 2, 22:20) The Carabao Cup will see Chelsea in the Wembley final after they beat Spurs, whilst Liverpool and Arsenal meet tonight. (Part 3, 44:24) Lucas Digne has left Aston Villa for Everton - why did Rafa let him go?
As Chelsea book their place at Wembley for the Carabao Cup final Matt Upson and Clinton Morrison have their say on a comfortable night for Thomas Tuchel's side and why Tottenham's toothlessness over both games will be difficult for Antonio Conte to accept. There are an important three points for West Ham in the top 4 race as bottom club Norwich suffer a sixth consecutive league defeat and fail to score once again. We look at the form of the red hot Jarrod Bowen and ask if a first international call up could be on the horizon. Plus, after a chaotic day at AFCON we ask if the standard of officiating risks damaging the tournament's reputation.
Description: Ceri and Andy talk through the Cup week that's been with the history man himself, Rick Glanvill. They also look forward to Chelsea's first attempt at reaching Wembley against Spurs in the Carabao Cup. chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2022 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
How about that for a debut? The Athletic's Chelsea experts Simon Johnson and Liam Twomey join Matt Davies-Adams to reflect on the 5-1 FA Cup third round victory over Chesterfield - setting up the visit of Plymouth Argyle. The chaps talk man of the match Lewis Hall, important goals for Lukaku and Werner and what the future holds for Lewis Baker - after just his second appearance for the club in eight years. Focus then switches to the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final - with the Blues in the driver's seat for a spot at Wembley after last week's 2-0 first leg win over Spurs. We look ahead to Wednesday evening's trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - and go behind enemy lines to hear how the Tottenham contingent from The View From The Lane are feeling ahead of this one...
Despite taking a first half lead through a fine Gary Speed finish, one of Leeds United's routes to Wembley was cut off as they lost out to the old enemy at Elland Road. With wearecallidus.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
My latest podcast guest - Camelle Hinds was an Honorary Councillor from January 1985 - playing bass in The Style Council band on tour and on the LPs from Our Favourite Shop through to the final rejected Modernism LP. We'll hear about special memories of that time - including Live Aid and the famous 3 nights at Wembley, with a 15 piece string section, that was captured on film for the Showbiz video. When Paul Weller returned as a solo artist, Camelle joined the live band - and also contributed to a couple of songs on the first LP with credits on Round & Round and Kosmos (Backing Vocals). He also played on the recording of All Year Round (Live) which was the B-Side to Above the Clouds. Find out more about Camelle and his career at PaulWellerFanPodcast.com Thanks for listening - make sure that you subscribe / follow and leave a review - and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee (£3) at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/shop
Die Unterstützer auf Patreon/Steady haben Fragen gestellt, die Herren Podcaster treten im Retrogames-Quiz gegeneinander an. Quizmaster spielt wie immer Christian Beuster. Die Frage aller Fragen: Wer wird gewinnen? Christian Schmidt, der sich mit einer 16.000-zeiligen Excel-Tabelle auf jede mögliche Fragenkombination vorbereitet hat? Fabian Käufer, der Nintendo-Spiele anhand des Packungsgeruchs unterscheiden kann? Oder doch, äh, Gunnar Lott, der Erzherzog des erratischen Erinnerns? Hört rein! Credits: Quizmaster: Christian Beuster Kandidaten: Christian Schmidt, Gunnar Lott, Fabian Käufer Audioproduktion: Matthäus Ihrke, Christian Schmidt Titelgrafik: Paul Schmidt Fragen von: Anym, Christian Mummelthey, Thomas, Philipp, Thomas aus Dublin, Dennis aus dem Weserbergland, Marc, Christopher Bär, Alexander aus Seattle, Daniel, Wembley, Steve Krämer aus Chemnitz, Patrick aus Krieglach in Österreich, Sebastian aus Buchloe, Burtchen, und FrodoB Musik: Das Lied „Happy Happy Games Show“ aus dem Intro und Outro dieser Episode stammt von Kevin MacLeod via incompetech.com, lizensiert unter Creative Commons Attribution. Das Jingle „Sleuthing in the Dark” von Steve Oxen stammt von Fesliyan Studios, www.fesliyanstudios.com.
A little RSS-feed treat for your Christmas Day. Enjoy!If you'd like to hear the rest of our Wrestle Me-mases, just head on over to www.Patreon.com/WrestleMe(TLDL: Basically Pete's gone proper mad for TNA and he wants to do loads of TNA over on the Patreon and Marc's trying to stop him) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Caoimhin Kelleher the shootout saviour as the Irishman helps Liverpool win the cup tie following a dramatic late Takumi Minamino equaliser!Hello and welcome to the post game podcast, and wow, I think we all need a long sit down after that one so settle down with us as we bring you all the reaction from a cup tie to remember at Anfield!The visitors fielded a strong XI who had been rested for 10 days, and immediately put the much-changed youthful Liverpool side under the cosh scoring twice through Jamie Vardy.A stunning strike from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ignited the tie for the home side, and after Diogo Jota pulled another one back in the second half the reds were chasing a third goal and equaliser.It would take until the last minute of the game, when Takumi Minamino came through with a clutch chest control and finish to send the reds into a shootout.And uo stepped Kelleher, with two breathtaking penalty saves, which allowed Diogo Jota to slot home the winner for the Reds.Jurgen Klopp's men are into the semis for the first time since 2017, and will face Arsenal for a place at Wembley.Stick around with us here for all the reaction, including Paul Gorst's verdict, Jurgen Klopp's & Brendan Rodgers' press conferences, and the reaction from the Reds fans at Anfield.Enjoy!
Paul Chowdhry is a no holds barred comedian who sold out Wembley with his ‘Live Innit' stand-up tour making him the first British Asian comedian to do so. Paul is now on tour with his new show, ‘Family Friendly Comedian', hoping that this style of comedy won't get him cancelled. He speaks to Krishnan about how comedy has evolved, creating stand-up material in a cancel culture age and diversity in the media. Warning: This episode contains language some might find distressing Producer: Fola Olorunselu
For nearly 20 years, Kevin Rye has been at the center of a unique network of fans, clubs and decision makers in soccer and other sports. He is the owner of Think Fan Engagement, publisher of the Fan Engagement Index and the Fan Engagement Pod. He's former Head of Policy & PR at Supporters Direct/SD Europe. He also teaches on the Football Business and Media undergraduate program at UCFB, Wembley. Listen in as he, John and Nik talk about what fan engagement really is, how clubs do it right, and, crucially, how wrong they get it too. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buildit/support
It's been a while since a Premier League club has succumbed to Covid but with a clutch of cases in Conte's camp, Spurs have had matches with Rennes and Brighton postponed. Against the backdrop of vaccine passes being introduced for match-going fans in England, the arrival of winter has once again underlined that we're not out of the grip of this rather tedious pandemic. Rather than get too down about things, we instead focus on the great week enjoyed by Divock Origi. With legend (and meme) status already assured, the Liverpool striker continues to lead a curious existence at Anfield, popping up with late winners for Jurgen Klopp whenever he fancies. Given he's only 26, we're in awe at how long he might go on like this. Elsewhere in football, it was a terrible week for retro fashion brand Arsenal who found time between merch drops to lose four football matches in the space of a week. The men went down at Manchester United and Everton while the women, during recording, were hammered by Barcelona having lost the FA Cup final to a Sam Kerr-inspired Chelsea. After dissecting the mess at the Emirates, we pay homage to the Aussie who followed up her Wembley heroics with a lesson in how to deal with pitch-invaders. After the break, we look ahead to the exciting finale of the F1 season. Will it be Max or Lewis who takes the title in Saudi Arabia? And will Andrew actually watch for once? No comment. We end the show with a Wogan TED Talk about unionization in American sports before dumbing things down with some awful takes on chess. Yes, chess. Did we pay lip service to the Ashes? You'll have to listen to find out.Enjoy the show!Every week on Left Field, Wogan and Allen dissect the latest in Football and Not Football. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss out, because that would be a real shame, wouldn't it?Subscribe: il.ink/leftfield_podTwitter: twitter.com/leftfield_podInstagram: instagram.com/leftfield_pod/Facebook: facebook.com/leftfieldpod/And your co-hosts...Allen: twitter.com/AAllenSportWogan: twitter.com/CathalWogan
Join Ian Stone, James McNicholas and Amy Lawrence for a look back at Monday night's 2-1 loss to Everton This week: how do you solve a problem like Auba? What's the elephant in the room? And are Arsenal the jump leads for other failing teams? Plus Art de Roche joins to unpick Arsenal women's 3-0 loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup Final and to look ahead to Thursday's match against Barcelona RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Last minute sickeners (01.00) PART 2a - Everton 2-1 Arsenal (06.00) PART 2b - Partey problem (18.00) PART 3 - Arsenal Women falter at Wembley (35.00)
A pre-Christmas sleigh ride around Sittingbourne could be cancelled after someone threatened to punch Santa. Organisers of the popular event in the town say they were stalked by 'very unpleasant drunks' while out last night. Oliver Kemp has been following this story for us and has the latest. Also in today's podcast, a video has emerged of a car being driven into a cyclist following an argument in Tunbridge Wells. Police say they are investigating. Hear from the Kent mum of two murdered sisters after two former officers were jailed for taking photos of their bodies. PCs Deniz Jaffer and Jamie Lewis shared images of Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman on WhatsApp, while guarding the scene of the crime in Wembley last year. A Kent woman, who's only just been reunited with her daughter after not being able to see each other for two years, is now stuck in South Africa. Because of the discovery of the Omicron Covid variant, Wendy Pfeiffer will have to quarantine when she gets back to the UK - she's spoken to the podcast about how she's feeling. We're being urged to take extra care today as Storm Barra brings wet and windy conditions to Kent. Hear from our business editor Chris Britcher on why so many families from Hong Kong are moving to Tunbridge Wells. And, the Gillingham boss chats ahead of their clash with top of the table Rotherham in league one tonight.
On this week's COYGIG Pod, Kathleen McNamee and Karen Duggan are joined by Liverpool and Ireland's ever-growing star Leanne Kiernan. Emma Carroll has a special All-Time Irish WSL XI and there's also a full breakdown of Chelsea's dominant defeat of Arsenal in the FA Cup final in Wembley. The #COYGIG Pod on OTB Sports in association with @CadburyFC, official snack partner to the Republic of Ireland Women's National Team.
Shebahn Aherne is joined by Brighton & Hove Albion manager Hope Powell to chat through Chelsea's emphatic victory at Wembley and preview the return of the Women's Champions League and Women's Super League. Plus we mark the 100-year anniversary of the FA banning women's football. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Yet again, Musa and Ryan have a lot to get through this week! They begin with Chelsea's victory over Arsenal in the Women's FA Cup Final at Wembley, which secured a 2021 domestic treble for Emma Hayes's side (2:17). There's a quick round-up of the Premier League, including lots of love for David Moyes's West Ham (17:20), before heading to Germany to discuss Bayern's win over Dortmund and the subsequent fallout (26:11), Freiburg making history (37:11), and Jesse Marsch parting ways with RB Leipzig (40:40). There are quick shouts for La Liga (43:22), Liga MX, and the MLS conference finals, before wrapping up on another thrilling weekend in Serie A (46:20). Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Kerrby we trust... Matt Davies-Adams is joined by Simon Johnson and Dom Fifield to reflect on mixed fortunes for the men's and women's teams this weekend. Thomas Tuchel's Blues suffered their first away defeat of the season after being stunned 3-2 by West Ham - while it was far better news for Emma Hayes' side who crushed WSL title rivals Arsenal 3-0 to complete the 2020-21 domestic treble. Flo Lloyd-Hughes pops in to discuss events at Wembley and what this result could mean for the rest of the season - plus a big Champions League tie against Juventus to manoeuvre in midweek. Meanwhile, it's a long trip to Russia for the men - who wrap up their group stage campaign at Zenit.
Jimbo is joined by Natalie Gedra, Daniel Storey and Dom Fifield after another intriguing Premier League weekend. West Ham knock Chelsea off the top of the table, thanks to the aggression of Antonio and the bravery of Moyes. We discuss why Chelsea are missing Kante and missing out on the full Lukaku experience. Villa beat Leicester as we see how Steven Gerrard has transformed the Villa midfield. Plus we all learn that incredibly vague rule about goalkeepers having the ball under control. There's some love for Divock Origi and why Ralf Rangnick would rather have a Fred than a Fernandes. Flo Lloyd-Hughes is back to dissect a dominant cup final display from Chelsea at Wembley. Plus Orta's antics and Bellingham and Mourinho talking themselves into trouble. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: West Ham 3-2 Chelsea (03m 30s) • PART 1b: An ode to Origi (14m 00s) • PART 2a: Aston Villa 2-1 Leicester (19m 30s) • PART 2b: Tottenham 3-0 Norwich & Newcastle 1-0 Burnley (27m 00s) • PART 3: Arsenal 0-3 Chelsea with Flo Lloyd-Hughes (32m 00s) • PART 4: Victory for Rangnick and the rest of the Premier League weekend (39m 00s) • PART 5: The odds with Paddy Power (54m 00s) • PART 6: Bellingham and Mourinho mouthing off (56m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this edition of the Football Daily pod Jeanette Kwakye and Ben Haines are joined by The Telegraph's Luke Edwards and special guest, former West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder, Nigel Reo-Coker. The guys hear from Ralf Rangnick, after the interim manager got his first win in his opening game in the dugout at the club. They also get a United fan perspective after that 1-0 win over Crystal Palace. They also debate what next for Everton after the news that the club's director of football, Marcel Brands has left the club. Ben witnessed Tottenham's win over Norwich and gives his highlights – which includes a spectacular Lucas Moura wonder goal and Nigel gives his reaction to a “crazy” game between Aston Villa and Leicester, which saw Steven Gerrard get one over his former Liverpool boss. And that's not all - as Luke details his trip to Wembley after he watching Chelsea dominate Arsenal to win the women's FA Cup final – and Emma Hayes makes an appearance too! Topics: 1'28 – Nigel basking in West Ham's glory after beating Chelsea on Saturday, and how they are better than Spurs at the moment. 5'26 – Manchester United section – Nigel does not understand the hype surrounding United's win over a Palace side that were less than perfect. 10'00 – Ralf Rangnick interview with Gary Flintoff. 13'40 – Joe Smith from the Stretford Paddock on Manchester United's first win under Rangnick and what next for the club. 22'30 – Reaction to the news that Everton's club director, Marcel Brands is set to leave the club. 30'00 – Ben attended the Tottenham v Norwich game and gives his match highlights. 35'15 – Review of Aston Villa v Leicester, a game which Nigel described as “crazy” and the guys debate ‘that' disallowed goal. 41'00 – Praise for Patrick Bamford after he rescues a point for Leeds v Brentford. 43'27 - Luke's analysis of Chelsea's dominant win over Arsenal in the women's FA Cup final. 45'00 – Emma Hayes interview.
‘Drunken, drugged-up thugs' could have caused death at the Euro final, a review finds. Two thousand ticketless fans stormed the stadium for one of English football's biggest matches, and the official report says a “perfect storm” of problems might have turned it into a tragedy. We speak to the BBC's Sports Correspondent, Natalie Pirks, at Wembley. It's also time for a COP catch-up. Chris Stark, chief executive of the Committee on Climate Change, rejoins Adam to assess the aftermath of the Glasgow summit. And after footage emerged of an antisemitic attack on a bus in London's Oxford Street, we hear from British-Jewish BBC journalist Tom Brada, who has just made a documentary investigating a spike in reports of antisemitism in the UK. Today's Newscast was made by Daniel Wittenberg with producers Alix Pickles, Maia Lowerson and Georgia Coan. The studio director was Emma Crowe. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
Produced by Wayne Hall and Jeffrey Crecelius Dave Watkinson in RAK studios with Alan's kit and Jeremy North's wonderful Tourmato photos from Wembley, 1978: Alan's North drums at RAK StudiosBefore the concertJon lends a percussive handSide view of the drumsA fantastic shot of keys and drums (spot the Birotron)Farewell Wembley! This week Mark and I spoke to Chris Kimball about a 70s oddity in the Yes instrumental arsenal - Alan White's North drums. After restoring, playing and recording with these strange objects, Chris is ideally placed to explain why they look so weird and why drummers like Alan White were interested in using them. It's another engrossing story from a very knowledgeable musician and it's packed with detail so I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Why are North drums shaped like that?What were they made of?Why did they disappear? Listen to the episode and let us know what you think! Some North Drums artifacts are available here -http://www.drumarchive.com/North/ I mention and highly recommend Gerard Bassols' book, The Musical Instruments of Progressive Rock which is available here in the UK and here in the US. https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=t9ViHM7GXN0&ab_channel=KellyCraven https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BuoQyom1wI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHBMLZG5T1A Become a Patron! Bag yourself a fabulous piece of YMP history before it's too late... Head over to the YMP Emporium to... Order a YMP Trivia Card Game 'The Answer Is Yes!' - available now!Order the unique Full Union art print - available now The Full Union! Available now. YMP Patrons: Producers: Jeffrey Crecelius andWayne Hall Patrons: Aaron SteelmanDave OwenMark James LangPaul TomeiJoost MaglevDavid HeydenMartin KjellbergPaul WilsonBob MartilottaLindMichael O'ConnorWilliam HayesBrian SullivanDavid PannellMiguel FalcãoLobate ScarpChris BandiniDavid WatkinsonNeal KaforeyRachel HadawayCraig EstenesDemPaul HailesMark 'Zarkol' BaggsDoug CurranRobert NasirFergus CubbageScott ColomboFred BarringerGary BettsGeoff BailieSimon BarrowGeoffrey MasonStephen LambeGuy R DeRomeSteve DillHenrik AntonssonSteve PerryHogne Bø PettersenSteve RodeIanNBSteve ScottJamie McQuinnSteven RoehrKen FullerTerence SadlerMichael HanderhanTim StannardJimTodd DudleyJohn CowanTony HandleyJohn HoldenJoseph CottrellJohn ParryKeith HoisingtonJohn ThomsonBarry GorskyAlan Begg Robert and David Please subscribe! If you are still listening to the podcast on the website, please consider subscribing so you don't risk missing anything: Subscribe on AndroidListen on Stitcher Theme music The music I use is the last movement of Stravinsky's Firebird Suite. This has been used as introduction music at many Yes concerts. My theme music is not take from a live concert - I put it together from: archive.org
Molly is back as Arsenal prepare for their Women's FA Cup final against Chelsea on Sunday. She is joined by Ameé Ruszkai of Goal and the Athletic's Art de Roche to preview the showpiece Wembley event - starting with Doncaster rush-hour and a celebratory pie... The trio then look at Vivianne Miedema's latest achievements, the not-so-pass-agg between Jonas Eidevall and Emma Hayes and discuss Arsenal's international break. A cup final-sized Guess the Gooner rounds things off for an essential 30-minutes (and 19 seconds) listening ahead of the final.
On this bonus episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim talks to Arsenal left-back Steph Catley ahead of the showpiece game about her difficult first season in London, not being able to go home to Australia for over 18 months, her hamstring surgery last season and why she is loving this season. Tim is also joined by Arsenal right-back Noelle Maritz, who talks about her upbringing in the USA and Switzerland, facing up to her old Wolfsburg teammate Pernille Harder on Sunday and her first ever game at Wembley.Then Tim and Alex are joined by women's football journalist and Chelsea fan Jessy Parker Humphries for their perspective on Sunday's showpiece final. You can follow Jessy on twitter @jessyjphYou can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillberto : Alex @AlexIbaceta23Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Classical Brit nominated sisters Hannah and Naomi (or Hanomi) are mirror twins, who have equally beautiful soprano singing voices. Bullied at school, the pair found their confidence through encouragement from their parents and singing teacher to start to perform. Appearing on The Voice in 2015 launched their career and they have since sung for royalty, for a packed Wembley arena at at The Royal Albert Hall as Classical Reflection. In this episode, they talk about being each other's number one priority, the drama of driving tests and whether they ever think about a life apart. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep 177: The debut England goalscorers episode. How many England players have scored on their England debut? Who was the first, who was the last, who scored a hat trick and never played again? Find it all out in this latest podcast. Running Time: 25:42 Join the debate in our Facebook group at http://bit.ly/2hnHBzi http://www.threelionspodcast.com http://www.Twitter.com/3LionsPodcast http://www.Twitter.com/Russell_Osborne
Fowler, Shaughan and Andy discuss Kilmarnock's tenuous lead at the top of the cinch Championship and why they're so bad to watch. The trio then look at the club's at the bottom of League One and League Two - East Fife and Cowdenbeath, respectively - before going all the way back to the summer of 1977 for a famous Scotland win at Wembley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brad Friedel fell in love with English football long before he arrived on UK shores to grace the No.1 jerseys of Liverpool, Blackburn, Villa and Spurs. A trip to Wembley during a childhood family tour of Europe gave him the bug.He was hardened by his Ohio upbringing, which set him in good stead for coping with the glorious craziness of Galatasaray.This is an absolute corker of a Big Interview.GrahamSubscribe to The Big Interview YouTube channel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As the FA Vase hits the Second Round, Tim Fuell calls up Phil Annets with his @FAVaseFactfile hat on to give us a run down on the 64 ties ahead this weekend. One of those ties involves the phoenix club North Ferriby headed by Chairman Les Hare, who in 22 years as Chair of predecessors North Ferriby United took a 'village club' to Wembley twice. Once beaten Vase finalists and once FA Trophy winners. With lessons learnt and now back out retirement he hopes there are still dreams to be realised with the new club starting this weekend in the North v North derby. Earlier this year Fair Game launched as a group of football fans from diverse backgrounds (academics, administrators, etc) looking to achieve a greater balance across the football pyramid in terms of finance and focus on the important things such as fan engagement and celebrating the club at the heart of the community. CEO of Fair Game Niall Couper explains more and how you could get involved. Providing this week's Non League Paper round-up, Editor at Large Matt Badcock returns reviewing the week's news and previewing what's to come in this weekend's newspaper.
I Campioni d'Europa non sanno più fare gol. La Svizzera invece sì: ne fa addirittura quattro alla Bulgaria e strappa il pass diretto per il Qatar 2022. All'Italia resta l'ultima speranza playoff a marzo, ma gli spettri del 2018 fanno paura e, oggi, ci interroghiamo su dove sia finita quella squadra che a luglio conquistava Wembley e adesso si complica la vita in un girone di qualificazione abbordabilissimo. Ne parliamo con Massimo Mauro e una pennellata a sorpresa di Claudio Marchisio. Con Leo Turrini convochiamo l'ex marciatore Alex Schwazer che, nel libro "Dopo il traguardo", ha appena raccontato la sua vita e la triste vicenda di doping, squalifiche ed errori che ha spezzato la sua carriera.
E' il giorno della verità: questa sera a Belfast, contro l'Irlanda del Nord, l'Italia cerca la vittoria e il primo posto del girone dopo essersi complicata a vita con l'1-1 dell'Olimpico contro la Svizzera. Cosa è cambiato rispetto alla Nazionale che a luglio trionfava a Wembley nell'Europeo? Ne parliamo con Paolo Tomaselli, inviato del Corriere della sera e con il campione del mondo '82 Fulvio Collovati. Con Giorgio Terruzzi torniamo sul weekend dei motori con i suoi due personaggi: Valentino Rossi che dà l'addio alla MotoGP e Lewis Hamilton che torna prepotentemente in corsa per il Mondiale con la vittoria di Interlagos in Brasile. Chiudiamo con la triste cronaca: da Torino, Angelo Mangiante di Sky ci conferma che il nostro Matteo Berrettini dovrà abbandonare le ATP Finals per una recidiva dei suoi problemi ai muscoli addominali. Ci si attende uno stop non breve e al suo posto, in gara, vedremo Jannick Sinner.
Fresh off his latest round of Ibra Watch, Lars Sivertsen joins Jules and Andy at Ramble HQ for a blast through a hefty weekend of international football.Aleksandar Mitrović and co dented Portugal's World Cup hopes with some last gasp magic, while Harry Maguire drowned out the #haters at Wembley. We also wonder if Dean Smith can save Norwich, remind Scotland they're decent and bring some non-league nonsense to the table!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.
Feargal Brennan is joined by Ant McGinley and Eisha Acton to review the latest picture within the final round of 2022 World Cup qualifiers this weekend.Gareth Southgate's England need just a point against San Marino in their final game to clinch a place in Qatar next year after Harry Maguire and Harry Kane hit the headlines in their 5-0 Wembley win over Albania.In Premier League news, Dean Smith looks set for a speedy Premier League return as Norwich City, as Alisson pushes for a Liverpool Quadruple in 2022 and Mauricio Pochettino hints at a comeback to English football.
Steve Crossman reacts to England's victory against Albania at Wembley with the former England goalkeeper Rob Green, our senior football reporter Ian Dennis and the Time's Chief football writer Henry Winter. The win means they're just one point away from qualification to the World Cup in Qatar. The team discuss the importance of Gareth Southgate to England's success and his future with the national team after reports that he's expected to sign a new two-year contract extension taking him to Euro 2024. We'll hear from Southgate himself with our football correspondent John Murray, plus Harry Kane is on the football daily. And we hear from Scottish football reporter Roddy Forsyth and the former Scotland international Charlie Adam after Scotland clinched a World Cup play-off place with a game to spare after beating Moldova. TOPICS 01:25 - England reaction 03:30 - Gareth Southgate post-match interview 07:00 - Further analysis of England's five nil win 08:20 - Significance of Southgate bringing best out of players 19:10 - Harry Kane post-match interview 21:19 - Importance of leaders in England squad 26:23 - Reaction to Scotland's two nil victory over Moldova 28:35 - Steve Clarke post-match interview 29:17 - Charlie Adam joins the football daily to react to Scotland's win
This episode is an edited version of the show that was recorded LIVE as part of the London Podcast Festival!Summerslam 1992 represents a strange era of WWE. Business was down in the states, but live tours were doing great in England. So WWE decided to have one of their biggest shows in London at Wembley Stadium.We'll be talking about so much from The Ultimate Warriors weird gear of the night to Sensational Sherri's eternal attraction to one of the greatest main events in SummerSlam history.Hosted by Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford and Lindsey KelkProduced by Julian Burrell for Maximum Fun.The music for our new promo is provided by Incompetech.comIf you want to talk about more wrestling throughout the week be sure to join us on Facebook and @TightsFights on Twitter and Instagram. PLUS! Check out our Tights and Fights Discord!If you liked the show, please share it with your friends and be sure to leave us a quick review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get podcasts.Plus our brand new T-Shirt is available now!
On this week's Greatest Games, Christoph Biermann joins Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller to discuss the all-German Champions League final of 2012/13 between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich at Wembley. Jonathan Wilson founded The Blizzard in 2011 and is editor of the magazine. He's contributed to numerous publications including the Guardian and Sports Illustrated as well as having authored Behind the Curtain, Inverting the Pyramid, The Outsider, Angels with Dirty Faces and most recently The Names Heard Long Ago, among others. Marcus Speller is a host of the Football Ramble podcast as well as Answerable Questions with Questionable Answers. Marcus also regularly hosts our live Q&A events across the country alongside Jonathan. Christoph Biermann is a reporter for 11Freunde in Berlin and author of Football Hackers: The Science and Art of a Data Revolution. Listen to every episode of Greatest Games: theblizzard.co.uk/podcasts/greatest-games Subscribe to our quarterly magazine: theblizzard.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/blzzrd Facebook: facebook.com/blzzrd Instagram: instagram.com/theblizzard__
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It wasn't perfect, but a win is a win. The boys break down the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying victory over Costa Rica: Who did well, who gives us worries and what is the 11 we would like to see? Plus, Scottish lungs at it again, trouble at Wembley and JJ's movie reviews.