Thomas Hal Robson-Kanu's most famous moment on the football pitch came in 2016 when, against all odds, Wales reached the Semi-Final of the Euros. In the quarter-final, Hal Robson-Kanu scored one of the most memorable goals in modern football history, beating three defenders with one Cruyff turn and putting it past Thibaut Courtois, one of the best keepers in the world at the time. The individual brilliance of the goal warranted it being awarded a Puskas award and to all football fans, it perfectly encapsulated the exciting journey the Welsh side had been on that tournament. Since that tournament, Hal has continued to play at the highest level of football, playing internationally for Wales and in the Premier League with West Brom. As if this wasn't enough, he's also managed to launch a global e-commerce brand at the same time. As Hal says in the pod, some footballers play golf in their free time, some play call of duty, instead he's decided to use his free time and mental energy to enter the world of entrepreneurship. Since beginning in January 2018, the Turmeric Co has grown to become a leading e-commerce brand in the world, now distributing 300'000 shots each month to over 50'000 consumers. Whilst these figures are impressive and help to paint a picture of how successful the brand has been in a short space of time, Hal says real success for the company will depend on the amount of lives he manages to change. This opportunity to build a community of wellness, and to help habit-form healthy behaviours in people's lives, is what stands as his main motivation now. Although the motivation to play in the Premier League was the focus for Hal throughout his teens and twenties, it is now the opportunity to change people's lives that “goes beyond scoring goals in the premier league and the adulation that comes with it” which we found really interesting. Hal's experiences in getting to the top of his sport, as well as leading a start-up, have led him to gain an incredibly detailed understanding of the psychology of performance, whether that's techniques that allowed him to perform in the semi-final of a euros watched by billions of fans, or maintaining positive mental wellbeing when starting a dynamic and ever-evolving business. In our podcast, Hal's understanding of the awareness of mental health is clear – in a revealing way, which many sportspeople would shy away from doing, Hal helps paint a picture of the hugely under-reported mental health crisis currently taking place in professional football and the structural reasons behind this. In his words, if it came out “you would not believe it”. For Hal, one of the main reasons for this is fear; players and managers fear under-performing, they fear social media abuse, they fear losing their livelihoods and what this creates is a hush culture, which needs to change. This podcast was aimed to help display athletes as more than their on-field personalities and we feel this episode is a perfect example of this. It also marks a cool milestone in the podcast journey we've been on in the last year. We thank Hal so much again for his time and the ability to meet him in person – we encourage you all to check out the Turmeric co and appreciate the amazing work he's doing in that space.
Paddy Davitt speaks exclusively to former Newcastle United, West Brom, and Charlton striker Andy Hunt about his long-standing connections to Norfolk and how he ended up playing in the Premier League. The former Norwich City trialist has now been living in Belize for the past 20 years and has an academy filled with young talent that he is bringing to the attention of clubs across Europe and the US.
11 season, goals galore and Tory Deeney's name in Watford folklore is guaranteed. With his recent move to Birmingham, it has been strange to see him wearing blue but on the week his autobiography is released, "Redemption - My Story", Adam Leventhal catches up with Watford 'former number 9' about his life now, the chaos of Watford. new Birmingham City life & mindset, catharsis & imperfections, Aston Villa tattoo removal incident, potential West Brom move (twice), swords in the back and a Watford testimonial and planned return. We've heard from him before, we thought we knew it all but, as you will hear, there is more to Troy Deeney than we imagined. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 37: A 6-1 blowout over RSL, a gritty win over LAFC, and a day of reckoning for the NWSL and the Thorns front office. Guilty until proven Guilty. #BAIRDOUT #GWOUT Resign now GAVIN WILKINSON. Relevant Links: Outro Music: California Uber Alles - The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy - https://bit.ly/2Wx3UHU The Athletic article on Paul Riley: https://bit.ly/3itY6Xo Produced and Engineered by Greg Donnelly Intro Song written & performed by Greg Donnelly (WHO CARES) Feedback: Email - PortlandVanity@gmail.com Voicemail - 503-583-4235 Facebook - facebook.com/PortlandVanity/ Twitter - twitter.com/PDXvanitysoccer Find us on: Soundcloud, Spotify, Apple, and Google Play Oh yeah! If you're reading this go tell @jakebland44 on twitter that West Brom sucks.
Anne-Marie Batson joins Dotun and Tim to talk about the day West Brom beat Man Utd 5-3. They discuss the wider impact that Cyrille Regis, Laurie Cunningham, and Brendon Batson had on football and on the Black British community.
Emma Saunders is joined by former Leyton Orient player and manager, Jobi McAnuff, former West Brom defender, Jonas Olsson, and the Daily Telegraph's Luke Edwards to react to another packed weekend of Premier League football. Arsenal beat Tottenham 3-1 in the North London derby with an incredible first half performance from the Gunners. The panel discuss what changed for Mikel Arteta's side going into this game and whether we should be worried about Tottenham's form going forward. Brentford picked up a brilliant point against Liverpool and there was late penalty drama at Old Trafford as Aston Villa beat Manchester United 1-0. The question on everyone's lips is, who takes Manchester United's next penalty? Plus, they take a look at Manchester City's 1-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and how big the result is for both teams at this stage of the season. TOPICS 2'37 - Reaction to the North London derby 4'48 - How important were Arsenal's youngsters to today's performance? 7'17 - Mikel Arteta with George Cummins 13'01 - Aaron Ramsdale's performance 15'23 - Is the Manager of the Month curse back for Nuno? 21'06 - Brentford's 3-3 draw with Liverpool 23'20 - Brentford's game plan against Liverpool 26'48 - How Brentford have reached this point from League Two 31'12 - Aston Villa's 1-0 win over Manchester United 35'09 - Did Bruno Fernandes feel the pressure when taking United's penalty? 42'58 - Manchester City's performance in their 1-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge
In this episode, Adam and Jake were joined by Sam Weeden for his pod debut. We discussed the Bristol City game, our 23-man squad announcement and finished off by previewing the Sheffield United game on Tuesday night and the visit of West Brom to Deepdale on Saturday. Enjoy! If you want to put your money into a local charity, here at From the Finney, we're supporting Trust House Lancashire. You can find out more information by visiting their website here - https://trusthouselancs.org/. Finally, should you have any questions for us, feel free to get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. We're @fromthefinney on all of those platforms, or you can email us on - firstname.lastname@example.org.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/fromthefinney. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall winger Jed Wallace and Salford City goalkeeper Tom King, who's the godfather to Jed's oldest boy. They talk about their relationship on and off the pitch, what it's like to play against each other and what they would be doing if they weren't footballers. Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill joins the boys to talk about his recovery from covid. He tells us how he managed the team from hospital and how the virus still affects him now. Steve also talks about giving Jed his first chance in professional football at Portsmouth and how he could easily be a Premier League player. West Brom midfielder Alex Mowatt drops by to talk about their strong start to the season and gives us an insight into what Valérien Ismaël is like to play for. And Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson discusses how they've built relationships with Premier League clubs to take advantage of the loan market and how they've changed their style to attract more players. TOPICS 01.10 – Jed and Tom's relationship 04.38 – Steve Cotterill on his covid recovery and Shrewsbury Town 17.50 – Jed on Millwall's hopes for the season 22.29 – Alex Mowatt on West Brom and Valérien Ismaël 30.30 – Mark Robinson on Wimbledon's prospects
Season 3! BIGGER & BETTER - The Academy Football Network. Hosted by Nathan Marshall and Carlan EdgarBen Garner joins the Network. Ben is an experienced coach both at academy and first team level. Ben has coached in the Premier League working with Crystal Palace and West Brom's first teams. Ben experience extends to working abroad in India before coming back to England to become Bristol Rovers Manager.Fascinating episode. A must listen for any coach at any level. Thank you for listening.Don't forget to Comment, Like and Subscribe. Intro Music - Woman by Krazytunez BeatsTwitter: https://twitter.com/AcadFNYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJa5AktmGlxgLS2uIjPix1QInsta: https://www.instagram.com/theacademyfootballnetwork/?hl=en
Looking ahead to Sheffield United and discussing the last-minute loss to West Brom, transfer deadline day and the blockbuster biopic, Fry - starring Roy Winstone.The Yellow Block podcast is sponsored by South Lincs Security (southlincssecurity.com).A Cork Hill Network production.Producer: Danny Scott.Associate Producers: Dan Wheldon, Marc Price, Jacob Troughton, George Shaw, Kieran Frew.Social media: Dan Wheldon.Tea boy: Matt Kisby.Additional content: patreon.com/theyellowblock.Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast to help us climb the podcast charts! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sam is in the host's seat and he has two huge guests in the shape of the Mirror's chief football writer John Cross and - making his Arsenal Beat debut - David Ornstein of the Athletic. The trio discuss the West Brom win, supporter reaction to summer signings, where Arsenal are at in their rebuild and, following on from David's interview earlier this week, the panel talk about the Arsenal career of Jack Wilshere. John, meanwhile, is next to face the daunting prospect of the Arsenal Beat quiz.
Episode 34 (s2e9)- Sweet Butts and Big Trucks! The gang gets a last minute guest. The mighty @OhHiMcG schools us on his knowledge of the beautiful game. And we talk about other stuff too. Relevant Links: Outro Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlcGxjtcr3s Pete & Bas - Plugged In w/Fumez Black Hearts Union twitter.com/BHUpdx Produced and Engineered by Greg Donnelly Intro Song written & performed by Greg Donnelly Feedback: Email - PortlandVanity@gmail.com Voicemail - 503-583-4235 Facebook - facebook.com/PortlandVanity/ Twitter - twitter.com/PDXvanitysoccer Find us on: Soundcloud, Spotify, Apple, and Google Play Oh yeah! If you're reading this go tell @jakebland44 on twitter that West Brom sucks.
On this week's show I'm joined by Tim Stillman to talk about the 6-0 over West Brom on Wednesday, chatting first about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's hat-trick and how much the captain needed to get back on the scoresheet. We also talk about Mikel Arteta's challenge of turning good attackers into a good attack, how experienced heads can help some of the young players, the 'real life' reaction at games versus some of the online discourse, being able to see a strategy in terms of how we build during this transfer window, the latest from the Arsenal Women and loads more.Follow Tim @Stillberto – and here is his latest column, as mentioned.Here's the thread from @geezypeas See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this Arsenal-focused episode of Gunners & Blues, hosts Andrew and Sean talk the 6 - 0 win for Arsenal over West Brom in the 2nd round of the EFL Cup, highlighting Auba's hat-trick and the play of the two newest Gunners and what this could mean for the club going forward. Sprinkled in is a little transfer thoughts around the outgoing of Willian and Torreira and a match preview for this weekend's monumental challenge against Man City. Gunners & Blues' theme music by particle dogs. Check them out at particledogs.bandcamp.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gunnersandblues/support
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The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller form the Adjudication Panel to deconstruct a mesmerisingly dull Gareth Bale interview, admire the pedantry of the West Brom kit man and decide the most inevitable-sounding Premier League scoreline of all. Meanwhile, the panel decide which next footballing niche will earn its own specialist coach and it's the world premiere of "Every League Two Soccer Saturday roving reporter update ever" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Discussing the draw with Cardiff and loss at Preston, and looking ahead to the West Brom fixture, with Louis from The Baggies Podcast.The Yellow Block podcast is sponsored by South Lincs Security (www.southlincssecurity.com).A Cork Hill Network production.Producer: Danny Scott.Associate Producers: Dan Wheldon, Marc Price, Jacob Troughton, George Shaw, Kieran Frew.Social media: Dan Wheldon.Additional content: www.patreon.com/theyellowblock.Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast to help us climb the podcast charts! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join Ian Stone, Amy Lawrence, and James McNicholas for a round up from Arsenal's loss to Chelsea at the weekend. We look for the positives, ask where the deficiencies were, and do not touch the "Arteta out" question. Plus emotions on a return to the Emirates with friends and family, goalkeeper competition, and the importance of the upcoming Carabao Cup game against West Brom. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Back to the Emirates (01.30) PART 2 - Arsenal 0-2 Chelsea (06.00) PART 3a - West Brom Wednesday (28.00) PART 3b - Transfers (34.00) Get yourself an Athletic subscription with 30% off here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jonathan Bond has had to wait patiently for a good crack at first-team football. Spells with Watford and Reading promised plenty of potential, but as we've heard so many times on this very platform, goalkeeping isn't always as straightforward as one might wish. Now, following a flirtation with West Brom, Bondy is LA Galaxy's outright No1. We chat to the latest star of MLS about living in La La Land, lessons learned over the years and why stats aren't really his thing.
Join Matt Davies Adams, Michelle Owen, and Adrian Clarke for a footbal league midweek round up. Coming up we discuss the rapid change at West Brom, preview the weekend fixtures, and assess the latest transfers too. Plus what does it take to be a mascot, Birmingham taking the mick, and who is having a disasterfest. Here's how it sounds RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Midweek look back and other news (02.30) PART 2 - How to be a mascot (16.00) PART 3a - Weekend Previews: Championship (25.00) PART 3b - Weekend Previews: League One (37.00) PART 3c - Weekend Previews: League Two (45.30) PART 4 - Moments of mirth (52.00) Get yourself an Athletic subscription here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach round-up all the action from the midweek games in the Championship. West Brom slice through the Blades! Fabio Carvalho dazzles for Fulham! Derby actually win! Sam Clucas reminds the Swansea fans of his second name! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It helps up massively and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#ad - Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code OHWHENTHETOWN at http://MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Luton didn't quite get going away at West Brom as they went down 3-2 at the Hawthorns, today the guys chat about the loss and why Adebayo struggled to get in to the game. Join them every Monday night on Youtube and your official podcast app. #LTFC #COYH
United are on the board for the season with a first point - Ben and Andrew discuss the 0-0 draw at Swansea as Slav rolls out a wacky formation and we almost-nearly score a goal. Next, a look ahead to a difficult game with West Brom, a re-examination of the Callum Robinson > Oli Burke deal, and the latest rumours on Aaron Ramsdale's future. Thanks as always for listening, and UTB!
This Week Nedum catches up with his old friend, Joleon Lescott (ex-Man City, Everton, Villa, West Brom, Wolves), to talk about his new gig at BT Sport, watching England as a fan and what it really feels like to wear the three lions on your chest in a major tournament. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nedum-onuoha/message
This week on the podcast, Henry Hill is joined by Championship know-it-all Will Brazier to take a look at the season aead for England's second tier. They discuss the managerial merry-go-round, which saw Scott Parker join Bournemouth, Slaviska Jokanovic take over at Sheffield United and Marco Silva moving to Fulham. They look at the big money transfers, of which Harry Wilson is really the only one, and how the promoted teams could fare - will they all stay up? Then of course they make their predictions - it's looking good if you're a West Brom fan, but not if you like Derby County. Enjoy!
The 2021/22 season started at home, with all of the world able to watch our curtain-raiser against West Brom, a match which obviously Sky thought could be tasty - two sides with new managers, two sides with different reasons for being exasperated at the end of last season, plus, with both teams driven and determined as ever to get back to the big time - what could be better? In this podcast Sam Davis, Tom Jordan, Neil Dawson and Kirk Tovey discuss the match, in which West Bromwich Albion pegged back Bournemouth twice in an entertaining draw at Dean Court in front of a capacity crowd. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you’re enjoying this show, you can help support us by buying us a coffee at https://www.afcbpodcast.com/coffee – we really appreciate it!
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach are back to go through everything that happened on the opening weekend of the new Championship season. Blues shock the Blades! Bournemouth and West Brom rule each other out! Hull thump Preston! Rooney sleeping in the office! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It helps up massively and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the new season! And here to get you ready for it all it's Matt Davies-Adams, Sam Parkin, Adrian Clarke and Ryan Conway to get you in the mood for the second tier of English football. Today: who are the ones to watch, who are the dark horses, and who's joining Derby at the bottom of the table. All with the help of Steve Madeley, Faye Carruthers and Tom Hughes along the way. Plus we make some bold predictions involving one Neil Warnock. Here it is: RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Hellos and Derby showdown lowdown (01.00) PART 2a - Things to lookout for (07.00) PART 2b - Promotion favourites inc West Brom with Steve Madeley (10.00) PART 3a - Dark horses with Faye Carruthers (26.30) PART 3b - Battle at the bottom with Tom Hughes (30.00) PART 4a - Eye-catching Transfers (40.00) PART 4b - Predictions (45.00) Get yourself an Athletic subscription here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the first Clash of the Correspondents of the new season James is joined by Bournemouth fan Neil Grover and West Brom duo Gemma and Harrison Eno to look forward to their clubs Gameweek 1 encounter on the South Coast. Both have new managers and are among the favourites for promotion back to the Premier League. Expectations, tactics, potential incomings and outgoings, likely line-ups and Gaffr Fantasy tips all discussed. Coming up tomorrow... Gaffr Preview, the game for Championship Fantasy with @EFL_Fantasy & @Angus81 ____________________________________________ 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
Suj & James investigate the influence of Parachute Payments in The Championship and ask if it is distorting the competitiveness of The Championship? How parachute payments work and how they came to be are uncovered and the pros and cons of having them in place are discussed. Should and can Parachute Payments be scrapped? And could it be that the hidden agenda isn't that they're there to help clubs relegated to The Championship, but simply to maintain the competitiveness of the Premier League...? Coming up tomorrow... Clash of the Correspondents, Bournemouth v West Brom with @AFCBNG, @gemmabaggies & Harrison Eno ____________________________________________ 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
Preseason continues for Watford with a home game against West Brom. Jon and Adam were in attendance and talked about the highlights, we promise just the highlights as aren't going to pick apart a preseason game. They take a deeper look into the Trailist and the U23s, who got some game time on the prectine pitch at Vicarage Road, as well as getting the opinions and the story behind the new Watford home kit. Plus there's a nostalgic chat with broadcaster and former voice of Watford - Mike Vince. To many Mike was the voice of The Hornet Hotline and the season reviews VHS tapes. You'll hear Mike's many wonderful stories and memories of life at Vicarage Road in the 80s and 90s. Three weeks until the big Premier League season kicks off... COME ON YOUR ORNS! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach are back for a new season of Championship football! They discuss some of the big bits of transfer business in the second tier while they've been away. Olise leaves Reading! Mowatt joins West Brom! What the hell's going on at Derby?! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It helps up massively and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Dilks has a chat with former West Brom, Forest and Reading forward Simon Cox! Playing in a ridiculously talented West Brom team THAT goal for Forest "The most paranoid man in football" Billy Davies It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It helps up massively and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's another EUROS special! Today we welcome Thomas ‘Hal' Robson-Kanu, a professional footballer with West Brom and Wales. In 2016 Hal not only scored one of international football's most memorable goals with his strike against Belgium at the European Championship but he also set up his own health drink company, the Turmeric Co. Inspired by his own injury troubles, The Turmeric Co now has tens of thousands of customers, including the England rugby team and professional football clubs.***Have you taken our WHOOP offer yet? WHOOP is a personalised digital fitness & health coach that provides actionable feedback around training, sleep and recovery. Join us on our journey to unlocking higher levels of performance with WHOOP by going to join.whoop.com/HPP and getting started for free.If members don't like it, they'll be free to return their device within the first 30 days with no penalty.Thanks also to GIVEMESPORT - the exclusive sports partner of the High Performance Podcast. To gain further access to editorial and social content from the podcast click here https://www.givemesport.com/podcastYou can also PRE-ORDER THE NEW HIGH PERFORMANCE BOOK NOW! smarturl.it/hv0sdzAnd for more exclusive content, join our new members club THE HIGH PERFORMANCE CIRCLE! Where you can get podcasts, keynote speeches and boosts from some very special guests. Go to www.thehighperformancepodcast.com to sign up for FREE! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode Dave discusses the recent and upcoming Euro matches, then focuses on the increasingly comical managerial situation at Spurs as Gattuso comes and goes,'re back to square one. He then discusses other news and gossip with West Brom continuing their own manager search. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-epl-index-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle recap they key events from the final Match Round of the 2020-21 Premier League season discussing the following:(0:35) Liverpool's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace to secure 3rd place in the Premier League(7:20) Chelsea finishing 4th place despite their defeat at Aston Villa(11:55) Leicester City failing to qualify for the Champions League for the 2nd season in a row(17:00) What's next for Tottenham and Harry Kane(29:10) A perfect ending to the season for Manchester City and Sergio Aguero(35:20) Reflections on Arsenal finishing in 8th(40:45) Reflections on Manchester United finishing 2nd(43:15) Reflections on Everton finishing in 10th(46:00) High praise for David Moyes and West Ham finishing in 6th and qualifying for the Europa League(48:50) And who is most likely to bounce back out of Fulham, West Brom & Sheffield United
Blink and you'll miss him, ladies and gents: five minutes after West Brom's relegation and Sam Allardyce has said he won't be back next season. Jules, Andy and Jim brace themselves for egotistical tell-alls and some Euro 2020 punditry.Elsewhere, the European royal rumble continues as sides desperately try to finish either fourth or ninth, nowhere in between. We also tentatively praise a surprisingly ruthless Arsenal as they ruin Roy Hodgson's big day and we reach the zenith of the 'outfield players in goal' genre.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.
Sam Allardyce will step down as West Brom's head coach at the end of the season. The 66-year-old revealed he was made a "generous offer" to remain at the club as they drop down to the Sky Bet Championship next season, but the former England manager says he cannot commit to the project at this stage of his career. Is he abandoning his own sinking ship? The Legend and Special Guest Paul discuss. Euro Tournament Rules The league will be closed off on June 10th 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 $20 USD buy-in sent via PayPal (to firstname.lastname@example.org). 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: email@example.com); hit ‘next’ Insert amount (20 USD); hit ‘continue’ In the PayPal note, simply write the name of the country which you think will win the Euros. 100% of PayPal funds raised go to the winners After satisfying entry requirements, you’ll be sent confirmation. FYI: PayPal extracts a modest transaction fee. How it works: In the PayPal note, write the name of the country you think will win the Euros. If you’re correct, you win. All picks will be placed in a Google sheets document. You will be able to view the document right after the deadline. One pick per Patreon supporter. What if there are multiple winners? The prize money will be split evenly amongst the winners.
Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe recap Match Round 37 in the Premier League discussing the following:(0:45) Liverpool's comfortable victory over Burnley to move into 4th place(11:40) Chelsea outdoing Leicester to jump into 3rd place(23:05) A preview of what to expect Sunday in the top-4 race(27:30) Harry Kane notifying Tottenham he wants to leave at the end of the season(36:05) Roy Hodgson departing Crystal Palace at the end of the season(42:15) And Sam Allardyce departing West Brom at the end of the season
Mark Chapman is joined by former Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam, former Everton midfielder Leon Osman and commentator Alistair Bruce-Ball to reflect on Liverpool moving into the Premier League’s top four with a 3-0 win at Burnley. The panel debate who is best placed out of Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester in the battle for the Champions League places as we head into Sunday’s final day. As we were recording this pod, we heard the news that Sam Allardyce is stepping down as manager of West Brom at the end of the season after their 3-1 defeat to West Ham – and we got an interview with the man himself. And we hear about an eventful night at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium as there was a “toxic” atmosphere on the fans’ return and is that the last time they will see Harry Kane in a Spurs shirt at home? TOPICS: 1’00” – Reaction to Liverpool’s 3-0 win at Burnley which moves them up to fourth 6’40” – Look ahead to the top four battle heading into the final day 9’55” – Interview with Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson 11’11” – Race for Europa League 13’30” – West Brom manager Sam Allardyce announces he’s stepping down at the end of the season 18’15” – Interview with Sam Allardyce 21’00” – Interview with Interim Tottenham head coach Ryan Mason 23’00” – Reaction to the “toxic atmosphere” inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after the match
Paul, Chris, Ross and Emma wax lyrical all about our magical Brazilian goalkeeper, Alisson becker and what the result against West Brom means for Top 4 this season! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The team reflect on Leicester’s emotional FA Cup win at Wembley on Saturday and speak to club legend Andy King about how the club have got to this point and where they can go next. The boys dissect goalkeeper Alisson’s header at West Brom that kept Liverpool on course for a top four finish in the Premier League, and discuss whether Ronnie Corbett would pose as much of a threat in the penalty box! Rangers fan and multiple Grand Slam winning British Tennis player Gordon Reid and podcaster Colin Armstong swing by to break down how Steven Gerrard’s side completed a Scottish Premiership season undefeated. And finally, The Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke explains why Harry Kane may end up staying at Tottenham regardless of his frustrations over a lack of silverware. TOPICS: 01.30 - Micah and Rory's lunch 0400 - Leicester's emotional FA Cup win 10.00 - Andy King's day at Wembley 17.20 - Alisson's winner at West Brom 24.30 - Race for the top four 26.50 - Rangers undefeated league season 34.50 - Harry Kane's future at Tottenham
Emma Saunders is joined by Pat Nevin, Izzy Christiansen, Ben Haines and Vicki Sparks to reflect on Chelsea’s 4-0 loss against Barcelona in the Women’s Champions League Final – ending their dreams of a quadruple this season. The team discuss where it went wrong for Emma Hayes’ side and what impact the loss will have on the future of the club. We’ll also hear Hayes’ reaction to Chelsea’s difficult night. Liverpool’s top four destiny remains in their own hands after a sensational injury time header from goalkeeper Alisson gave them a 2-1 win at West Brom. Jurgen Klopp shares his thoughts on what that special moment meant to Alisson after a difficult year for the Brazilian and what it means in the race for Champions League qualification. And does Leicester’s FA Cup success over Chelsea give them the psychological advantage going into their crucial rematch in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge this week? TOPICS 00.50 - Reaction to Chelsea’s defeat in the Women’s Champions League Final 09.34 - Emma Hayes interview 11.42 - What does this defeat mean for the future of Chelsea and Emma Hayes? 17.57 - Reaction to Alisson’s sensational injury-time winner 20.40 - Jurgen Klopp interview 25.01 - How will the men’s FA Cup Final impact the rematch between Chelsea and Leicester in the Premier League this week? 31.52 - Tottenham and West Ham in the battle for Europa League qualification
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle recap Match Week 36 in the Premier League and the FA Cup Final discussing the following:(0:40) Liverpool's dramatic win at West Brom thanks to the stoppage time header from Alisson(14:25) Leicester City's first FA Cup win in club history over a disappointing Chelsea(23:05) A preview of Tuesday's match between the Blues and the Foxes(27:50) Tottenham's 2-0 victory over Wolves(31:15) West Ham's draw at Brighton(35:20) Have Manchester City found a future superstar in Ferran Torres?(40:10) An impressive Leeds hammering Burnley(42:05) Why Everton have been so disappointing this season(48:35) And promising victories by Crystal Palace and Southampton
The FC crew discuss Alisson's incredible game winning header as Liverpool defeat West Brom and hang on to their UCL qualification fate. Plus, the guys break down all the drama in the La Liga title race and question if Lille have what it takes to win the Ligue 1 title.
West Brom 1-2 Liverpool | Instant Match ReactionPaul and Chris are here to discuss Liverpool's 2-1 win over West Brom, where Alisson Becker's 95th minute header won the game and kept our top 4 hopes alive! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ross, Georgia, Callum and John are here to preview another massive game for Liverpool in their race for top 4 as they face West Brom at The Hawthorns in the Premier League!Watch the full episode of Hold The L over on Super 6's YouTube Channel and comment on who should Hold The L! http://bit.ly/BestPLTeam #AD Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
That’s a wrap on the English Football League, as Wayne Rooney slips into a warm bubble bath in front of Sister Act II and Florentino Perez makes a tantalising offer to endlessly yo-yoing Rotherham. Kate, Jim and Pete are here to look back on a dramatic weekend!Big Sam furiously edits his CV after West Brom slip through the trapdoor, while Thomas Tuchel outmanoeuvres Pep Guardiola’s indecipherable formation. Plus, Neil Ruddock in the Rock, Paper, Scissors World Championships.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.
In this episode we discuss the 3-1 win over West Brom which saw Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe shine, Nicolas Pepe score a belter, and Willian finally breaking his duck with a late free kick. We chat about the game, team selection mayhem, Saka finally playing at left-back, and the need to be 'ruthless' in the summer. After that there are listener questions about the squad and who should stay/go, the UEFA Conference League, Joe Willock, rebuilding the midfield, how no European football might benefit us (if at all) next season, and lots more.Visit Arsebiz to support fellow Gooners.Get 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.
Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe recap Match Round 35 in the Premier League discussing the following:(0:50) Chelsea's come-from-behind 2-1 victory at Manchester City, the controversial incidents from the match and what it means ahead of the Champions League Final(20:10) Man United's 2nd-half comeback at Villa Park to win 3-1(26:40) Leicester City's disappointing defeat at home to Newcastle(30:50) Liverpool staying in top-4 contention after their 2-0 victory over Southampton(33:25) Another troubling loss for Spurs at Leeds(36:45) West Ham's costly defeat to Everton at London Stadium(39:30) Farewell to West Brom after their 3-1 defeat to Arsenal saw the Baggies officially relegated(46:25) And Underappreciated Performances of the week from Wolves and Palace