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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.
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.
Gruden out, MJD having dinner with Commissioner & attends his first soccer game at Wembley stadium, Lamar Jackson & the Ravens, Josh Allen & the Bills. Why the Chiefs have gone from Super Bowl contenders to the 4th or 5th best team in the AFC & Week #6 picks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Jordan Jarrett-Bryan after England's 1-1 draw with Hungary at Wembley. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Kelly Cates is joined by former England goalkeeper Rob Green, former England defender Matt Upson and our senior football reporter Ian Dennis to analyse England's 1-1 draw with Hungary in their World Cup qualifier. Ian reflects on the crowd trouble that broke out in the away supporters' end at Wembley, which overshadowed the early stages of the match. The panel discuss if England's starting eleven lacked balance and if it was the right decision to substitute Jack Grealish in the second half. You'll hear interviews from England manager Gareth Southgate and players Kyle Walker, John Stones and Declan Rice. And our Scotland reporter Roddy Forsyth and the former Scotland player Lee McCulloch give their thoughts on Lyndon Dykes' performance after he scored a late winner to help Scotland beat the Faroe Islands. Topics: 1'12” – Round-up of England 1-1 Hungary 2'30” – Analysis of England's “lacklustre” performance 6'00” – Crowd trouble in the away end at Wembley 9'12” – Was Hungary's penalty harsh on England? 11'30” – Interview with Kyle Walker 13'00” – Did Hungary approach the game differently because they were playing England? 14'00” – Interview with John Stones 16'17” – Analysis of Stones' performance 17'10” – Interview with Gareth Southgate 21'00” – Was it the right decision to sub Jack Grealish? 25'00” – Interview with Declan Rice 28'12” – Reaction to Scotland's 1-0 win over the Faroe Islands
As the FA Trophy hits the Second Qualifying Round, Tim Fuell speaks with two clubs hoping for success this Saturday. Opening the show, a new feature on volunteers and volunteering in non league. Sean Holland is the founder of Non League Volunteers and hopes to encourage more to give a little back to the grassroots game. Binfield Joint-managers Carl Withers and Jamie McClurg are hoping for more of the same having been drawn away in the FA Trophy this weekend at North Leigh. Awaydays served them well last term as they took the club to Wembley in the FA Vase final, but can they repeat it at the next level up? Lee Attenborough has been at Loughborough Dynamos longer than many bosses full management career. Still younger than many non-league players he has many more years ahead of him in the dugout with Dynamos close to his heart and the side he hopes to guide to success this season. Matt Badcock rounds off the show with the Non League Paper round-up including a preview of National League action, managerial changes and the weekend's paper ahead.
Ayaan speaks with Katharine Birbalsingh about the importance of schools providing both a classical education and a place of belonging for children. Katharine explains how and why she established Michaela Community School. They also discuss the American obsession with race and how that is affecting education. Katharine Birbalsingh is Headmistress and co-founder of Michaela Community School in Wembley, London. Michaela is known for its tough-love behavior systems, knowledge curriculum and teaching of kindness and gratitude. In 2017, the British Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills graded the school as “Outstanding” in every category. Katharine studied Philosophy & Modern Languages at The University of Oxford and has always taught in inner London. She has made numerous appearances on television and radio and has written for several UK publications. Katharine has written several books. Her latest came out in August, titled The Power of Culture. Follow her on Twitter @Miss_Snuffy. Follow Ayaan on Twitter @Ayaan. Subscribe to support Ayaan’s podcast at ayaanhirsiali.com.
72 / 80 / 96. Das sind nicht die neuen Modelmaße, sondern die Jahre, in denen die Deutsche Fußballnationalmannschaft Europameister geworden ist. Wir blicken in diesem Podcast zurück auf die legendäre EM von 1996 – und zwar mit den Helden selbst: Jürgen Klinsmann, Andreas Köpke, Oliver Bierhoff und Co. erzählen von ihren Erlebnissen im englischen Wembley-Stadion und warum Tennisstar Boris Becker ein wichtiger Teil der Mannschaft war. Europa-Park meets Europameister `96 __________________ Rund um die Uhr die neuesten Infos hört ihr im EUROPA Radio: https://europa.radio/
I sat down to chat with Geoff Gibson, author of "A Year Without Beer". In this book, he shared his experiences with alcohol addiction. Maybe you feel that you are drinking too much or too often, and perhaps it is a habit you would like to control or quit. If you want to discover how Geoff achieved his sixty-five days of sobriety to get a life back, do give this book a read. So where is Geoff's favourite place to eat in #Perth? It is Wembley Dim Sum in Wembley. Perth Entrepreneurs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/perthentrepreneurspodcast/ Entrepreneurs Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/neilgibbpeptalk/Perth Entrepeneurs LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-gibb-14a618185/ HMO Property Co Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thehmopropertyco
It's play-off time, as we try, and fail, to avoid using the term "business end" of the season, though it's an early closure for Hull FC while their neighbours are bob, bob, bobbing along... We look back on the weekend, including Phil's trip to the Wheelchair Grand Final, and ahead to some tasty fixtures this week. Two guests for you as well, as first St. Helens winger Danielle Bush reflects on scoring in the Challenge Cup Final as, after lifting the League Leaders Shield, their looking to complete the treble, and we take a trip from Hemel to York via Sheffield and Wembley with Jack Howieson. from the sharp end of the Championship season just gone.
Ted Lasso S2E9 “Beard After Hours” - Episode Recap - Ray Taylor ShowSubscribe: InspiredDisorder.com/rts Binge Ad Free: InspiredDisorder.com/Patreon @TedLassoShow topic: Right after Richmond's loss at Wembley, Coach Beard wanders off into the London night.Sponsored By:Patreon.com/InspiredDisorder $3 membership.*Binge full week of Ray Taylor Show (audio+Video)*Massive discount code for The Many Faces*Download raw photoshop filesInspiredDisorder.com/tmf The Many Faces - Original abstract ink portraits by Ray Taylor. Code: RTS for 25% OFF. StationHouseCoffee.com and @StationHouseCoffee on Instagram for premium small batch, single source coffee.InspiredDisorder.com/Ting $25 CREDIT! The best carrier. The best coverage.Same low rates, now with three coast-to-coast networks.Daily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf SUPPORT ON PATREON: Patreon.com/InspiredDisorder More links: InspiredDisorder.com/links
This week, Heather and Jameson explore MTV's first live concert broadcast, Live Aid concerts held on July 13, 1985 in London and Philadelphia. Organized by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure, Live Aid raised funds for famine relief in Ethiopia and MTV broadcasted 16 hours of coverage (check out the coverage here: http://liveaid.free.fr/rewind/mtv/index.html). Heather and Jameson talk about the history of the concert and their favorite moments, including Queen (compare the performance to the film adaptation: https://tinyurl.com/9w64k4m6). Jameson explores Freddie Mercury's life more in “Listen to this Shit” (https://tinyurl.com/33e2shv2). For next week, watch the 1985 film “Clue” (yes, we know that film has nothing to do with MTV, get over it).
On today's Greatest Games, Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller are joined by Mike Keegan to remember a classic League Cup upset. Joe Royle and Oldham Athletic's 'pinch-me season' saw the side reach the FA Cup Semi-Finals for only the 2nd time in their history, and the Final of the League Cup – the club's first-ever appearance at Wembley. When Arsenal, the First Division champions, rocked up to Boundary Park they hadn't a clue what was about to hit them. About the panel: 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. Mike Keegan is the author of This Is How It Feels – An English Football Miracle, Sports News Correspondent and Sports Agenda Editor for MailSport. 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__
Tracklist: 01. So far away [0:00:00] 02. Sultans of Swing [0:04:46] 03. Why worry [0:16:10]04. Intro Money for nothing [0:21:17] 05. Money for nothing [0:22:57] 06. Private investigations [0:28:05] 07. Walk of life [0:35:25] 08. Carousel Waltz — intro Tunnel of Love [0:39:33] 09. Tunnel of Love [0:43:04] 10. Solid Rock [0:55:54] feat Nils Lofgren 11. Brothers in arms [1:00:25] 12. The man´s too strong [1:08:18] 13. Introduction Hank B. Marvin [1:12:47] 14. Going Home / Local Hero [1:14:02] feat Hank B. Marvin The Band: Mark Knopfler : lead guitar, lead vocals ; Jack Sonni : guitar ; John Illsley : bass ; Alan Clark : keyboards ; Guy Fletcher : keyboards ; Terry Williams : drums ; Chris White : saxophone. *** Team UNPLUGGED.
You'll have heard Daniel Storey speaking on Monday's pod about how he's about to attend his first football match since March 2020. And while many of you will have returned to grounds for the new season or been to a match at Wembley over the summer, but for lots of us, the noise and energy of a full stadium and the build up to the game is a long distant memory. With that mind, in place of our Euro show this week, here's a special podcast accompanying George Caulkin's amazing piece called This is what football sounds like that recently went up on the Athletic. It's recorded using a technique called binaural audio – basically, 360 degree sound - and the best way to experience it is to find a quiet place and listen on headphones. Maybe even go for a walk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman is joined by The Athletic's George Caulkin to talk Newcastle United after the club released a lengthy statement attempting to defend their approach to the summer transfer window. George also shares his experience of being at Wembley to watch England amongst the fans. The Athletic's Everton writer Greg O'Keeffe has the latest on the future of James Rodriguez under Rafa Benitez. And The Athletic's Norwich City writer Michael Bailey will tell us how Daniel Farke has been getting on with his lengthy international break to do list… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Chelsea FanCast looks back, season by season, to 50 Years of Chelsea history from 1970 to the present day.Stamford Chidge is joined by Jonathan Kydd, Mark Meehan and Dayne Whittle to look back at the 1997-98 season.The 1997-98 season was described by Chelsea Historian Rick Glanvill as “turbulently successful” and it is hard to disagree and in Part Two we review from January to the end of the season.In January 1998, Chelsea were 3rd in the league having at one stage reached 2nd and still in the Coca-Cola Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup with everything very much still to play for in the second half of the season.Tradition dictates that the first match in the New Year was the FA Cup 3rd round and Chelsea, the FA Cup holders were pitted against Manchester United, our recent Cup nemesis. None of us, however, could have predicted the insanity that ensued that day. 0:3 down at half time; 0:5 on 74 minutes and then a Graeme Le Saux worldy and two goals by Vialli made it 3:5 with only a few minutes to go and gave us hope. Well actually they didn't really!In the next match Chelsea made amends by knocking out Ipswich in the Coca-Cola cup, again after extra time and penalties, resulting in a semi-final tie against Arsenal. Due to the peculiarity of the fixture list this meant Chelsea would play Arsenal at Highbury in the Coca-Cola Cup, followed by another visit to Highbury in the league and then the return Coca-Cola Cup at the Bridge.Chelsea's record against Arsenal at the time was very poor, so many supporters were hoping for the best but expecting the worst. A 2-1 defeat in the 1st leg thanks to a Mark Hughes goal kept us in the tie. But no one expected what would happen after the 2:0 league defeat. Ruud Gullit was sacked after failing to agree a new contract and Gianluca Vialli was announced as his replacement; his first match in charge being the Coca-Cola Cup semi-final at home to Arsenal.Having toasted his appointment with his teammates with a glass of champagne before kick-off, Chelsea put in a superb performance beating Arsenal 3-1 to reach another final at Wembley. They duly dispatched Middlesbrough in the final, again after extra time, to lift their second trophy in two seasons.Before the Coca-Cola Cup final, Chelsea had seen off Real Betis in the European Cup Winners' Cup final, thanks to Flo's two goals in the away leg. All eyes were now focussed on European glory and as a result the league form suffered.Against Vicenza in the first leg Chelsea lost 1:0, not a bad away result in Europe, so hopes were high for the second leg back at the Bridge. Hope made way to despair when Vicenza went 2:0 up on aggregate, but Chelsea stormed back, cheered on by one of the noisiest crowds ever experienced at the Bridge. Poyet and Zola put us on level terms with Vicenza and Mark Hughes sealed it with a stunning header to pass to himself to score on the volley.The season would now end with the chance to win the European Cup Winners' Cup for the second time in the club's history. Stockholm would be the venue, Stuttgart the opponents and with Chelsea supporters in all four sides of the tiny stadium, Gianfranco Zola came on with 19 minutes to go and scored a sublime goal with his second touch to win Chelsea the trophy. 1997-98 was a remarkable season with great players like Vialli, Hughes and Zola scoring some wonderful goals; two trophies in one season for the first time ever and the shock sacking of Ruud Gullit. No wonder it is one of the most memorable Chelsea seasons of all time.To help us celebrate 50 Years of Chelsea we've partnered with 3Retro who have a superb collection of Chelsea retro gear and are offering 10% OFF when you use the 3RETRO10 code and if you order over £50 of merch you get FREE UK delivery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jules, Jim and Pete round up a weekend of international football, with Gareth's gang back picking up another serene Wembley win thanks to Executive Vibes Director, Jesse Lingard.More of the same also occurred across Europe, with Italy *still* unbeaten and Gareth Bale *still* doing the business for Wales. The same can't be said of South America, mind, as four of Argentina's squad were detained mid-game by Brazilian officials! Turns out a fair few people do actually watch them in the Premier League...Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: email@example.com.***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, Pete Hall and Ant McGinley on duty to review the 2022 World Cup qualifying action this weekend.England picked up back to back 4-0 wins as Gareth Southgate's much changed side cruised to a 4-0 Wembley victory over minnows Andorra.Southgate opted to rotate his options with Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield alongside Three Lions debutant Patrick Bamford in attack.The gang also look back at some Gareth Bale magic for Wales and another disappointing night for the Republic of Ireland against Azerbaijan.Arsene Wenger has also had his say on the Premier League's spending amid links to Borussia Dortmund hotshot Erling Haaland as well as big money contract updates for Mo Salah and Phil Foden.
Steve Crossman is joined by former England defender Matthew Upson and Ian Dennis to reflect on England's 4-0 win over Andorra in their World Cup qualifier at Wembley. The guys discuss Bukayo Saka's birthday goal, the performances of Jude Bellingham and Jesse Lingard and Patrick Bamford's international debut. John Murray is pitchside at Wembley to bring us reaction from Tyrone Mings and Gareth Southgate. Former Wales striker Sam Vokes drops by to share his thoughts on their last-gasp win over Belarus, as Gareth Bale completed his hat-trick with a stoppage time winner to snatch a vital 3-2 win. We also hear from the Wales manager Rob Page. Ex-Chelsea, Arsenal and England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain joins us to reflect on an exciting opening weekend of the Women's Super League. We discuss Arsenal's controversial 3-2 win over defending champions Chelsea, where Beth Mead appeared to be offside for her winning goal. Emma Hayes shares her frustrations at the lack of VAR in the women's game. And Siobhan also talks about Manchester City's title credentials after they started their season in style with a 4-0 win at Everton. TOPICS 00.57 – England reaction 02.10 – Bukayo Saka's birthday goal 05.20 – England's actions off the pitch 11.48 – John Murray's interview with Tyrone Mings 13.34 – Jude Bellingham discussion 18.19 – Jesse Lingard's reputation and future 21.34 – Harry Kane equalling Michael Owen's England record 23.46 – Patrick Bamford's debut 28.31 – John Murray's interview with Gareth Southgate 33.40 – Sam Vokes reaction to Wales' win and Gareth Bale's hat-trick 35.16 – Rob Page reaction 39.21 – Siobhan Chamberlain reflections on opening weekend of WSL 41.55 – Emma Hayes' thoughts on lack of VAR in women's game
In deze nieuwe Doing The 116-podcast bespreken Joris van de Wier en Jeroen Heijink het wel en wee van het Britse voetbal. Het nieuwe seizoen is inmiddels weer aan de gang en Joris vertelt over zijn meest recente bezoeken. En hoe reageerde Schotland eigenlijk op de EK-finale? Ook was Joris bij Bury AFC en Morecambe. Verder gaan de heren dieper in op het nieuwe boek van Joris wat volgend jaar gaat uitkomen. Doel? Een seizoen lang de FA Cup volgen en in ieder van de veertien rondes minstens één wedstrijd bezoeken. Inmiddels is deze queeste al voor Joris begonnen. Hij vertelt onder andere waarom hij juist hierover een boek wil schrijven en neemt ons mee bij de wedstrijden die hij al gezien heeft. En wat maakt de FA Cup nou zou mooi? Waar hoopt Joris nog op in dit toernooi en wat zou de ideale finale zijn in zijn ogen? Vragen, tips of suggesties over onze podcasts zijn altijd welkom: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Solomonster has a TON to talk about this week including last night's NWA EMPOWERRR PPV including an emotional retirement speech from Awesome Kong... CM Punk and Tony Khan both all but confirm Bryan Danielson's upcoming AEW debut and news on when you can expect to see him on TV... Jim Ross being moved off full-time AEW commentary?... thoughts on Nick Khan's interview with Ariel Helwani and why it wasn't surprising at all... Matt Riddle tells Roman Reigns he could beat him up in a real fight... why the Becky Lynch heel turn is a BAD IDEA... why Brock Lesnar should transition from a match with Roman Reigns to a match against Bobby Lashley at WrestleMania... and THIS WEEK IN HISTORY covers the birth of heel Vince McMahon in Memphis, the famous ECW double-cross with Shane Douglas throwing down the NWA championship, the KISS DEMON debuts on Nitro only to be buried six feet under by WCW, how WWE tried to get Ric Flair to appear at Summerslam 1988, Andre the Giant arrested for assaulting a camera man, why the British Bulldog told Bret Hart he was FOOKED during their Wembley match, and the greatest cage match in WWE history! Get one FREE audio book of your choice when you use audibletrial.com/solomonster to sign up for a 30-day Audible trial!
This week on Greatest Games, John Brewin joins Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller to remember the 1990 FA Cup final between Crystal Palace and Manchester United. The Eagles and the Red Devils had only managed to finish 15th and 13th respectively in the First Division, but after being on the right side of a pair of memorable semi-finals, both sides would provide the Wembley crowd with an FA Cup final classic. About the panel: 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. John Brewin is a football writer and contributor for the Guardian. Subscribe to our quarterly magazine: https://www.theblizzard.co.uk/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/blzzrd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blzzrd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblizzard__/
Host Ricky Sacks was joined by Jason McGovern, Vass Koni from Doctor Tottenham and Adam Osper on this edition of Last Word On Spurs. Tottenham host reigning champions Manchester City in a tough first Premier League assignment of the season on Sunday afternoon. It is the first competitive match in charge of Spurs for new manager Nuno Espirito Santo, while the high-profile fixture - a replay of last season's Carabao Cup Final - is being played against the backdrop of the ongoing Harry Kane show. Spurs will be on a high after their pre-season win over arch-rivals Arsenal, while they also fought back to draw 2-2 at Chelsea following comfortable wins over MK Dons and Colchester and a draw with Leyton Orient. Meanwhile, City will be eager to get their latest title defence off to a winning start after Kelechi Iheanacho's late penalty saw them beaten 1-0 by Leicester in the Community Shield at Wembley last weekend. #THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #SPURS
Leicester picked up the first silverware on offer for 2021/22 by beating Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley. Did the game give us much insight into the campaign ahead? (Part 2, 14:52) Which of the Premier League sides has the most fearsome attacking lineup? (Part 3, 30:15) The latest Premier League transfer news including Joe Willock nearing a switch from Arsenal to Newcastle.
Leicester got their season off to the perfect start with victory over Manchester City to claim the Community Shield at Wembley - where £100m man Jack Grealish had to wait for his City debut. Alice Piper is joined by Pete Smith and Ron Walker to look back on Kelechi Iheancho's late winner, what the result means for both sides and how they are faring ahead of the return of the Premier League next weekend.
Steve Crossman is joined by The Athletic's James Horncastle & Carl Anka as Romelu Lukaku edges close to a return to the Premier League with Chelsea. John Murray and former Arsenal and England defender Matt Upson join Steve from Wembley after Leicester beat Manchester City 1-0 to lift the Community Shield with Jack Grealish making his debut for the Premier League champions. And as the football league season begins, Aaron Paul from the 72+ podcast joins Steve to talk through the opening weekend. TOPICS: 00:10: John Murray and Matt Upson reflect on Leicester's Community Shield victory over Manchester City at Wembley as Jack Grealish made his debut. 03:45: The Athletic's Carl Anka & James Horncastle join Steve, John and Matt to discuss Romelu Lukaku's pending move to Chelsea. 14:22: Are Chelsea now firmly in the Premier League title race and who are the other contenders? 23:08: Aaron Paul from the 72+ joins Steve to discuss the opening weekend in the football league.
Suj & James welcome Leicester City correspondent Aaron Lagor onto the Podcast ahead of the Foxes trip to Wembley for the Community Shield and the build up has been disrupted by an injury to one of their brightest prospects. Wesley Fofana was set to be a big part of the discussion but a serious injury suffered on Wednesday night looks likely to rule him out until 2022 and with Jonny Evans also doubtful for GW1 there's suddenly concern about The Foxes defensively. But has the appeal of Kasper Schmeichel, Caglar Soyuncu or the full backs increased because of it? Are players linked away likely to stay? Is Harvey Barnes back up to fitness to offer FPL mangers an exciting mid price option with attractive opening fixtures? And there's a discussion about the system and it looks like Leicester could be reverting to a back four, which could be bad news for one of the forwards, but good news for another... You can follow Aaron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AaronLagor Coming up next on Correspondent Week - Chelsea with @RotationFPL ____________________________________________ 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
”Gone But Not Forgotten” (February 16, 1987) Surprise! We're back! And we brought Fraggles with us! In the final season of Fraggle Rock, the episode “Gone But Not Forgotten” features Wembley making a new friend in Mudwell the Mudbunny, who knows he will soon die. Mudwell's passing and Wembley's grief serve as not only a general life lesson for young viewers but also a parallel for the life of Richard Hunt, the openly gay Mupetteer who voices Mudwell, who lost his own partner to AIDS not long before this episode was filmed and who would die as a result of AIDS not long after. Matt Baume, queer sailor of the pop culture seas, joins us to discuss how Fraggle Rock goes deeper than you might expect. Watch Matt's videos Richard Hunt, the gay man behind the Muppets Star Trek's First Gay Ship-Mates? The Star-Crossed Romance of Garak & Bashir What Makes Disney Villains So Gay? Rocko's Modern Life: Cartoons Coming Out of the Closet Plus there's more on his YouTube channel and even more on his Patreon Also watch the video for Ben Folds' “Do It Anyway” — featuring the Fraggles! Watch Jim Henson's memorial service, where Richard Hunt makes a prescient speech Buy Glen's movie, Being Frank. Support us on Patreon! Follow: GEE on Facebook • GEE's Facebook Group • GEE on Twitter • GEE on Instagram • Drew on Twitter • Glen on Twitter Listen: iTunes • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Play • Google Podcasts • Himalaya • TuneIn
GREAT BRITAIN GREAT INXS: INXS was a truly international band with the sextet playing over 4000 gigs across the globe. In this first installment of INXS' conquering a region, we commemorate the slow burn and ultimate ascent to cultural icons in the UK. This culminating in Wembley and the number one album, Welcome To Wherever You Are. We examine all aspects of the band's influence of British bands in their formative years plus five deep on tours, sales, chart results, friendships formed and just how they overcame the prejudice of the UK press to truly deserve what became in July 1991: “INXS week in Britain”. Don't forget to check out the eBay page, there is always something wonderful to bid on and win. This week is an original complete Fan-kit from 1997, jam-packed with goodies. Click this link to find out more about what is inside.wwwinxsaccessallareas.com So sit back, listen closely, and enjoy what was arguably their toughest market to crack and celebrate INXS in the UK! Please sign the petition at http://inductinxs.com to help get INXS nominated into the ROCK & ROLL HALL of FAME, where they belong. If you would like to support the show then why not buy us a virtual coffee, by becoming a Patron and helping us continue to grow and become better. Paypal donations welcome To become a Patron/ subscriber then check out our different levels and see which one suits you. https://patron.podbean.com/INXSAccessAllAreas or visit our website for more info wwwinxsaccessallareas.com
With 15 years under his belt at Fulham, Marcus Bettinelli's time at the club came to an end this summer. In an engaging and candid interview, Marcus chats to Sammy, Drew and Issy all about his time at the club and where his personal future lies. It's a fascinating insight into a player who was part of some incredible highs and lows at Fulham. He talks about the madness of the Magath years, the glory of Wembley to the difficulties he faced once Fulham reached the Premier League under Slavisa Jokanovic. He also talks about why he ended up leaving FFC, and what direction he sees the next part of his career taking. We also put your questions to him! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
England face being handed a stadium ban by Uefa after the governing body opened an investigation into the chaotic and violent scenes at Wembley around the Euro 2020 final, meaning one or more of their Nations League games next year could be played behind closed doors. The Legend and Special Guest Saul talk about why England fans are so badly behaved. FULL EPISODE HERE SIGN UP FOR FPL 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!
Photo: Kew Gardens, with bridge over lake; London, England "Come down to Kew in lilac-time" The British Contralto Carmen Hill-Peel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y03OIPgcANE Lyrics: Come down to Kew in lilac-time, in lilac-time, in lilac-time; Come down to Kew in lilac-time (it isn't far from London!) And you shall wander hand in hand with love in summer's wonderland; Come down to Kew in lilac-time (it isn't far from London!) CBS Eyes on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow #LondonCalling: London Parks become London Lakes after the deluge of football hooligans and rain @JosephSternberg @WSJOpinion https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/07/13/uk-weather-london-southern-england-hit-torrential-rain-floods/ London flooding: Tube and rail networks suspended after month's worth of rain falls in a day Euston Station lines had to be shut down after the intense downpours on Monday evening, with people unable to travel in or out of the city https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/fans-tell-of-drunken-wembley-violence-at-euro-2020-final-and-accuse-stewards-of-taking-bribes-05f23lgrp Known hooligans and gang members were among crowds of troublemakers who overwhelmed Wembley security to force their way into the stadium on Sunday, The Times understands. One ticket holder reported seeing a knife in the stands and another said that Italian fans were beaten up.
Darren Fletcher is joined by Nedum Onuoha, Alan Hutton and Kevin Nolan to react to the unsavoury fallout from the Euro 2020 final. After Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho received racial abuse online, Mayor of Greater Manchester discusses the measures that should be taken to prevent more of the same. The panel also discuss the violence that took place at Wembley, including short interviews with FA Chief Executive Mark Bullingham and an update from the BBC's Senior Sports News Reporter, Laura Scott. In matters on the pitch, we look at Jack Grealish's future for England, Nedum's penalty shootout theory and final reflections on England's performance at the tournament. TOPICS: 00:47: Discussion on online racism directed towards Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho including the thoughts of Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham. 21:18: Reaction to the violence at Wembley and interviews with FA Chief Executive Mark Bullingham and the BBC's Laura Scott. 28:06: Matters on the pitch - what could England have done differently? 32:30: Reaction to England being called "too nice" including the thoughts of Gareth Southgate. 34:35: Jack Grealish's future and Nedum's penalty shootout theory. 45:27: Final thoughts.
Disappointing results on the pitch Sunday night as England fell to Italy on penalty kicks. Among the faithful in attendance was one Toby Young who was hangin’ with the WAGS. We get a firsthand report from Wembley. And then we, uh… tackle the “Rainbow Dildo Butt Monkey” at the Redbridge Library. (Well, those are words […]
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about the Euro Finals going into penalty kicks and the drama and tension surrounding everything as they welcome a man who was at the game and friend of the program, Nigel Seeley to relive everything that happened on Sunday, some of the coaching decisions that were made by England's manager, the atmosphere at Wembley, and how devastating a loss it was (15:23-35:04). Later, NFL Network Insider and friend of the program, Ian Rapoport joins the show to discuss what we should be on the lookout for the next few weeks in the NFL, if he has any idea what Aaron Rodgers is going to do, the Deshaun Watson situation, and what he's hearing through the grapevine (1:03:41-1:28:46). Pat and the boys also react to UFC 264 and all the fallout surrounding Conor McGregor, Dustin Poirier, Suga Sean O'Malley, and all the other standout moments from the card. Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Huge sports weekend. We recap NBA Finals Game 3, Giannis puts up 40 again and we have a series (00:02:18 - 00:12:10). UFC and is this the end of Conor McGregor's career (00:12:10 - 00:24:19). Euro Final and the Waterdogs are good again (00:24:19 - 00:32:46). Who's back of the week including Djokovic and Sharks (00:32:46 - 00:49:05). Troopz joins the show to talk about the Euro Final, the scene at Wembley and did his haircut curse England (00:49:05 - 01:20:30). We wrap up with segments respect the biz for Addison Rae and thoughts and prayers to Lamar Odom.
Italy are European champions. Jimbo, Carl Anka, James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, David Preece and Daniel Storey review a wonderful night for the Azzurri but a heart-breaking night for England who lose on penalties at Wembley. Gareth Southgate's side take a very early lead but are pegged back and worn down by their opponent. Like the 2018 World Cup semi-final but worse. It's an inspirational group of players but in hindsight, did England throw this Euros away? And did they play that much football in the tournament? As for Italy, we salute a team that every other team made changes to their system for. And of course, they had the amazing Chiellini. The star of this Italy team and finally a European champion. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Carl Anka at Wembley (02m 00s) • PART 2: What went wrong for England? (16m 00s) • PART 3a: What went right for Italy with James Horncastle (25m 00s) • PART 3b: Looking ahead to Qatar (35m 30s) • PART 4: The odds with Paddy Power (45m 00s) • PART 5: Copa America and final conclusions (48m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC: • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Chris Sutton, Karen Carney and Micah Richards to reflect on England's heart-breaking 3-2 defeat to Italy on penalties in the final of Euro 2020 at Wembley. The team are also joined by former England captain Terry Butcher to analyse where it went wrong for Gareth Southgate's side. We hear from the England manager plus Harry Kane and Harry Maguire. TOPICS: 00:30: John Murray and Chris Sutton react to the penalty shootout drama as Italy celebrated. 05:05: Where did it go wrong for England and did the right team win? 11:32: The trophy presentation and England chat as they collect their runner-up medals. 20:03: What made Italy so good in the tournament? 22:58: Former England captain Terry Butcher has his say. 27:14: Harry Kane interview with Kelly Somers. 31:20: Harry Maguire interview with John Murray. 35:25: Gareth Southgate interview with John Murray. 38:45: Closing thoughts and what's next for England and Gareth Southgate?
For the penultimate pod of the Euros, Jimbo is joined by a bumper crew of James Horncastle, Michael Cox, Tom Williams and Duncan Alexander. Anticipation builds ahead of the final at Wembley on Sunday. Italy the complete team, managed by Mancini the serial winner. Whereas England look to be physically fresher. Are both teams already heroes and in a no-lose situation? We reminisce about a tournament including lots of goals, classic matches and most importantly, fans. And 15 years on from Italy's last major tournament win, a chat about Zidane's headbutt on Materazzi, much like the incident itself, gets out of hand. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: England v Italy preview (02m 00s) • PART 2: Looking back at Euro 2020 (32m 00s) • PART 3: The odds with Paddy Power (47m 00s) • PART 4: Zidane's headbutt 15 years on (50m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £1 A MONTH FOR YOUR FIRST 6 MONTHS: • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's show I'm joined by James Benge to chat Euro 2020 and the fact that Bukayo Saka's England have made it through the final against Italy. We discuss the tournament from an England perspective, and talk about the impact of the young Arsenal man, as well as the prospect of facing the Italians at Wembley on Sunday. There's Arsenal chat, which includes Matteo Guendouzi, Mikel Arteta dealing with difficult characters, and why there's still so much to do during this transfer window.Follow James @jamesbengeIf you want to become an Arseblog Member on Patreon, you can sign up at patreon.com/arseblog for just €5 per month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Photo: The Azzurri face England at Wembley on Sunday after beating Spain in the semi-finals on Tuesday. (Here: The squad celebrating its first FIFA World Cup in 1934) It completes a remarkable journey for the Italians, who are now unbeaten in their past 33 games, after failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Mancini was appointed in the wake of that failed qualifying campaign and Bernardeschi says the 56-year-old never doubted he could rebuild Italy. Lorenzo Fiori, Ansaldo Foundation, Genoa. Azzurri vs Three Lions. https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/england-vs-italy-only-madman-113107448.html
In a special episode at Wembley stadium, Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens break down the incredible semifinal wins for Italy and England. They also look ahead to the final and wonder how each side will approach the game. Plus, they discuss the Copa America, Manchester United transfer rumors and Mario Balotelli's return to top flight football.
We have our Euro 2020 final - and England are only bloody in it for the first time ever. EAAAAZZAAAYY!!!!!Andy and Pete drag Marcus home from Wembley just in time to revel in England's fantastic win over a spirited Denmark. It's the first time the men's side have reached a final since The Big One, all on the back of another controlled and measured performance that have become a hallmark of glorious Gareth Southgate. Seriously, what on Earth is going on?!We're releasing even more shows throughout the Euros! Make sure you're subscribed to our feed in your podcast app so you don't miss a thing across the tournament!Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: email@example.com.***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.
Jimbo, Daniel Storey and Duncan Alexander bask in the glory of England reaching their first ever European Championship final. The Three Lions come from behind at Wembley to overcome Denmark and progress to the Euro 2020 final. England - masters of keep-ball, shaking off their demons and of shielding the ball and waiting for a free-kick. We salute the likes of Walker, Rice and Maguire. England will face Italy in the final who eliminated Spain on Tuesday. Alvaro Romeo informs us on how La Roja's performance has been received and the extent of Barcelona's struggles with their wage bill. Plus semi-final despair from 2014. And Emi Martinez's sensational year. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: England 2-1 Denmark (02m 00s) • PART 2: Spain's exit and Barca's salary struggles (33m 00s) • PART 3: The odds with Paddy Power (43m 30s) • PART 4: On This Day – Brazil 1-7 Germany (46m 30s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £1 A MONTH FOR YOUR FIRST 6 MONTHS: • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow PARISH NOTICES: • we're sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Philippe Auclair plus Nicky Bandini at Wembley as Italy edge past Spain. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Just like that, the Round of 16 is in the books! Taylor, Ryan, Joe, and Graham chat about England vs. Germany and Sweden vs. Ukraine. Plus, they look back at some of the most notable happenings at the Euros thus far. Sponsors! Heineken! With a busy summer of soccer underway, stay refreshed with the crisp taste of Heineken! Wealthfront! Get your first $5,000 of investments managed for FREE, for life, at wealthfront.com/TSS! Sunday! Visit GetSunday.com/TSS to get $20 off your custom lawn plan at checkout! Aura! Go to Aura.com/TSS to get access before anyone else and 3 months for FREE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices