All the key moments from Sunday's Premier League games are discussed in this episode of the Football Daily podcast. Jeanette Kwakye is joined by former Tottenham right back Stephen Kelly, Nottingham Forest striker, Lyle Taylor and Ben Haines from 90 min and the first topic of conversation is Spurs losing to Chelsea by two goals to nil – a subject that Spurs supporter's, Stephen and Ben don't really want to discuss – but they do get a chance to hear from Antonio Conte after that Harry Kane disallowed goal. Attention then turns to Selhurst Park as the huge talking point from there was a penalty that Liverpool were awarded against Crystal Palace – for once on the pod the guys all agree on the same point, which was that the penalty should not have been awarded, even when VAR intervened. Palace boss, Patrick Vieira gives his thoughts on the decision and Jurgen Klopp makes a cameo appearance after closing the gap on Manchester City in the league table. It was not a great day for Arsenal fans, after Mikel Arteta's side were held to a goalless draw against Burnley – we hear contrasting interviews with a reflective Arteta and a quite chipper, Sean Dyche. Arsenal fan, Harry Symeou pops on the pod and Stephen, Lyle and Ben find out what fans want now from the club. Chat then turns to Brighton, after Danny Welbeck got a late equaliser at Leicester and Ben brings us up to date with all the big stories from Sunday's WSL fixtures. Topics: 2'31 – Tottenham analysis. 8'00 – Antonio Conte interview. 11'00 - Hakim Ziyech appreciation and Chelsea focus. 17'00 – VAR discussion after a penalty was awarded to Liverpool at Palace. 22'15 – Patrick Vieira on VAR decision. 25'00 – Jurgen Klopp on closing the gap to Manchester City. 26'44 – Arsenal chat with fan Harry Symeou. 33'29 – Mikel Arteta interview. 39'50 – Sean Dyche after getting a point at Arsenal. 43'00 – Leicester v Brighton review. 46'30 – WSL round up.
This week Jane and Dayne are joined by Medicine to look back at Chelsea's progression to the semi-finals of the Conti Cup thanks to a 4-2 win over West Ham. Plus we look ahead to Sunday's WSL clash with Brighton and Hove Albion. You can follow Medicine on Twitter @EEMedicine To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
All of Us: The U.S. Women's Soccer show is returning for 2022!Seth and Amee will be back soon with the latest news and the best guests from the world of Women's Soccer, the USWNT and beyond.Make sure you are following this podcast wherever you listen and stay tuned for more.
The OneFootball podcast is back with our first look at women's football in 2022. Lewis Ambrose is joined by Jessy Parker Humphries and Alex Ibaceta to discuss FIFA's The Best Awards, the WSL latest and a sold out Camp Nou before Jacopo Piotto joins us to explain a huge exit at Milan.
Guess what? We are FIDDY years old! That's right, this is Courtney & André's fiftieth episode and, if you're listening the day it drops, it is exactly one year since our first episode. It's been so much fun and we can't thank y'all enough, but in this pod we tried! We put out the call for questions and y'all responded with some BANGERS! We talk about the Washington Spirit situation (#PassThatThangToKang), Mia Fishel's move to Tigres and what it means for the NWSL, how Brighton would fare in the NWSL, how Gotham would fare in the WSL, CONCACAF Champions League and Club World Cup, the most interesting and most perplexing offseason moves, and LOTS more. But first, we had to start the episode by talking about Elmo. Please share, subscribe, rate and review – we appreciate y'all! Follow us: Twitter - @DiasporaUtdPod Instagram - diasporautdpod
Dan Bardell hosts The Athletic's podcast all about Aston Villa with regular contributors, club correspondent Gregg Evans and Junior Editor Holly Percival. Debutants with links to both halves of Merseyside played significant roles in the club's creditable draw with Manchester Utd at the weekend. With a trip to Goodison Park next, we welcome Greg O'Keeffe to the show to give us the inside track on the turmoil at Everton. Both clubs should be OK with regards to relegation from the Premier League, although nerves are jangling a bit more when it comes to Villa's Women who face a crucial trip to Leicester in the WSL, and there's a quick update on the U23s and what might happen next in the transfer market.
Another WSL weekend that wasn't short on shocks! In the battle to decide the one true English Second City, both Manchester sides (City & United) convincingly beat both Birmingham clubs (Blues & Villa) and that race for third place heats up. Plus, Lionesses fans must be happy seeing those performances from Galton and Stanway! Leicester City continue to spice up that relegation fight with a 1-0 win over the struggling Brighton and we get a proper London derby at The Hive! Sponsored by FotMob
Jonathan Morgan, former Leicester City manager, joins Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay to take you though all the WSL action and news from the week. What's Jonathan been doing since he left the Foxes? Will Blackstenius oust Miedema at Arsenal? And what went wrong with the FIFPRO World 11? Plus an exclusive interview with Leicester City's Abbie McManus. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Catch up with Jonathan Morgan (1.00) PART 2 - Moments of the WSL with NOW! (4.45) PART 3a - Leicester City 1 - 0 Brighton (8.45) PART 3b - Abbie McManus interview (14.15) PART 4a - Tottenham 1 - 1 West Ham (22.30) PART 4b - Aston Villa 0 - 3 Manchester City (28.45) PART 4c - Manchester United 5 - 0 Birmingham (33.30) PART 5 - Blackstenius, Best FIFA Awards, FIFPRO World 11 (37.45) PART 6 - Coming up (44.30)
Both sides of Manchester continued their impressive WSL form this weekend. Flo, Chloe and Rachel are here with the lowdown on those chasing that elusive Champions League spot.We also eye up the FA Championship contenders, as Liverpool and London City Lionesses go about their business in wholly different ways while Chloe's Crystal Palace snap at their heels. We also look ahead to the Asian Cup and are left baffled by the FIFA Best Awards - shock.Got a question for us? Tweet us @FootballRamble, @FloydTweet, @GirlsontheBall and @Morgie_89Artwork photo - GirlsontheBall ©***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.
This week Jane and Dayne are joined by Rob Pratley from The Chelsea Social to look ahead to Sunday's WSL clash with Everton. We discuss potential injuries, the importance of staying close to Arsenal and much more. Plus we hear from Peter J Macca from Everton Women Fan TV Podcast to give us the lowdown on all things Everton. You can follow Rob on Twitter @RJPJournalism and Peter @PeterJMacca & @EWFCTV To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our FREE newsletter- https://www. wenttomowkingsmeadow.substack. com Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Happy New Year, the WSL is baaaack! We lost half the fixtures due to 'rona but the three games we were left with were crackers! We had the upset of the season so far as Smith and Sarri steered basement battlers Birmingham City to a FAMOUS win against top of the table Arsenal. Plus, a big win for resurgent Manchester City, the return of Lucy Bronze and Steph for the Cityzens and Kelly Chambers' Reading grind out a 1-0 against Leicester City. Sponsored by FotMob
Lynsey Hooper is joined by Lucy Ward, former Leeds United player turned broadcaster, and Jo Currie, BBC Women's Sport Reporter, to digest all the weekend's WSL action. Plus an exclusive interview with Manchester City and England's Lauren Hemp. How did bottom Birmingham tactically topple leaders Arsenal? What's the secret behind Hemp's stunning form this season? And what do Coventry United's struggles say about how women's football is valued in England? RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Moments of the WSL with NOW! (3.00) PART 2a - Birmingham City 2 - 0 Arsenal (5.30) PART 2b - Brighton 0 - 6 Manchester City (17:15) PART 2c - Lauren Hemp interview (22.45) PART 2d - Reading 1 - 0 Leicester City (33.45) PART 3a - Coventry United, transfers and Best FIFA finalists (38.15) PART 3b - Coming up in the WSL (46.15)
Musa and Ryan begin with Serie A this week, as Roma and Juventus delivered chaos (4:45), Atalanta put six past Udinese, and Toronto FC announced the signing of Lorenzo Insigne at the end of the season (15:49). The Bundesliga made its return, with Gladbach's win at Bayern being capitalized on by Dortmund, who came from behind to win in Frankfurt (19:03). There's a quick round-up of La Liga (25:46) and the WSL, plus wholesome scenes in Portugal. Finally, with Ed Woodward confirmed to stand down as Manchester United chief executive at the end of this month, to be replaced by Richard Arnold, the guys ask: Will it be enough to change things at Old Trafford (33:07)? Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jimbo, Daniel Storey, Adrian Clarke and Lynsey Hooper review a monumental weekend in the FA Cup and beyond. Non-league Kidderminster and Boreham Wood are through to round 4 as we have a bit of a moan about TV scheduling. And we enjoy the magic of smashing in a free-kick from 35 yards. There's more than a few mentions of Nottingham Forest knocking out Arsenal. And individually there were bad weekends for Butland, Tavares and Ndombele. Also AFCON gets underway and the biggest shock of the whole weekend comes in the WSL as Birmingham beat Arsenal. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Nottingham Forest 1-0 Arsenal (01m 00s) • PART 1b: Kidderminster and Boreham Wood through to round 4 (05m 00s) • PART 1c: Hull 2-3 Everton (13m 00s) • PART 1d: Newcastle 0-1 Cambridge (18m 00s) • PART 2: The rest of the FA Cup weekend (22m 00s) • PART 3: Big shocks in the WSL + AFCON underway (43m 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
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Simon Burnton, Jonathan Wilson and Suzy Wrack to discuss the FA Cup third round, the return of the WSL and the start of the Africa Cup of Nations. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Full episodes info and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com Think of this conversation with Cornish surfer Sam Bleakley as a companion piece to the extremely popular Dylan Graves episode from a few weeks back. Why? Because here we have another amazing surfer using their talent and platform in Jan in an infinitely more interesting way than most other professional surfers. Sam's case is particularly interesting because he has managed to find a way to combine his two major passions - geography and surfing - into one singular life path, something that has led him into some very interesting territory indeed, both literally and metaphorically. Of course, there's the actual work itself. as well as a surfer, Sam is a journalist, author and academic. He also produces and presents his fantastic WSL show Brilliant Corners, and is a commentator for the WSL longboard tour. It's a busy slate alright, but what I found fascinating about our conversation is the way Sam has worked to create these opportunities for himself by being honest to his own unique interests, and how he uses them to stretch himself creatively with honesty and integrity. So yep, some classic LS themes in this one, explored in a conversation that took its own time and path in the best Looking Sideways tradition. Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, to my editor Fina Charleson, and to Duncan Yeldham for production support.
Travis Johnson has gone from frothing beginner with big dreams, to staff photographer at Australian Surfing Life Magazine...all in the space of a few years!Listen in as he tells us about how he did it, what he's learned and importantly..how you can do it. It was a great catch up with a mate I haven't seen or spoken more than a couple words to in ages. If you haven't already...and you fancy your image on the cover of the inaugural issue of Chasing Clarity magazine...to enter tag @chasingclaritypodcast on instagram and #chasingclaritypodcastmag in your posts. You can enter as many times as you like and you have until the 14th of Feb 2022 to get your submissions in.I'd love to see your work and hear your thoughts about my show 'Chasing Clarity' and the digital magazine 'Chasing Clarity' Please get in touch via Instagram -@senseiodellhttps://www.instagram.com/senseiodell/If you want to help the show grow it's awesome to subscribe, great to rate on your podcast player BUT amazing if you share the show with someone, your stories or a group.Want to suggest a guest or be a guest? Hit me on the Gram...I will ask you about yourself and what the listeners can learn from you...don't be offended!Don't forget review on ITUNES if you listen there!Odell Harris:https://www.odellharris.com/https://www.instagram.com/senseiodell/If you'd like to support the show for less than a cup of coffee a month you can search the show on Patreon or use the link above.Think of it as buying me a coffee once a month to say "Thanks...I enjoyed those Eps...and I acknowledge the amount of work that goes into it."https://www.patreon.com/user?u=15926773Travis Johnson:https://www.instagram.com/travdonjohnson/
This week Dean and Dayne are joined by Mia Eriksson for another instalment of Talking Tactics plus a look ahead to Chelsea's first WSL game of 2022. We look at the success of the FA Cup final and discuss the reasons for the downfall in Europe and much more. Wishing all our listeners a very Happy New Year. You can follow Mia on Twitter @Mia_Eriksson To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our FREE newsletter- https://www. wenttomowkingsmeadow.substack. com Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
En nouvelle diffusion: Rencontre avec Charlotte Grossiord, une spécialiste des arbres Tous les vendredis, "CQFD" reçoit un homme ou une femme de science pour parler de son travail et de ses recherches. Aujourd'hui, Cécile Guérin a invité Charlotte Grossiord, écophysiologiste et professeure assistante à l'Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) et à l'Institut fédéral de recherches sur la forêt, la neige et le paysage WSL. Une heure pour faire connaissance avec cette amoureuse des arbres et découvrir comment ces végétaux sʹadaptent au changement climatique, à la sécheresse et aux hausses de température. Une plongée dans la sueur "Communication olfactive: ce que la sueur dit de nous", cʹest le titre d'une conférence donnée le 4 février 2020 au Musée de la main de Lausanne. L'occasion pour Sarah Dirren de s'intéresser aux odeurs corporelles dans la sueur. Comment est-elle produite? Quelle est sa fonction? Quelles sont les recherches menées sur ces odeurs très intimes et pourquoi nous nous échinons à les gommer? Les réponses de Camille Ferdenzi, chargée de recherche CNRS au Centre de recherche en neurosciences de Lyon.
HTO Football - the podcast for football debate and insight, chatting football in the media, on film and in the arts. Our 2021 wrap up chat including our big fat quiz of the year covering The Premier League, The Champions League, The Olympics, The Euros, The WSL and more! We are joined by football correspondent Jonathan Johnson, football TV show runner Richard Cooke (Sunderland Til I Die and All or Nothing) and retro football fanatic Manny Hawkes. In the coming weeks we welcome incredible guests from across the globe - from coaches and players to media and creative professionals and a plethora of well known faces who want to talk football.
A bonus podcast to treat you this new year! A round-up of our favourite pod clips from the 2021/22 WSL season so far. Featuring this season's Booze From A Boot top goalscorer race, Tamsin's Tombola, Charlotte's Gareth Taylor monologues, a Luxembourg quiz and some classic TGTB outtakes and sound bites! Thanks for your support in 2021, we'll be back in a couple of weeks time with the return of the WSL. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
What a year for the Chelsea Women! On this weeks episode of Chelsea Mic'd Up, Lee, Brandon, and Andre review the Women's dominant 2021 from securing all four domestic trophies to the powerhouse duo of 'Kerrby' to the teams overall ruthless mentality. Brandon even compares the Women to the Golden State Warriors! Plus, all our favorite goals and performances of the year.
I have a nice conversation with the great Uriah, who is a Florida native now living in Texas via Australia. We talk a lot about local surf breaks and give our opinions on the WSL and the future of surfing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Christmas Plonkcast comes but once a year! Our final podcast of the year and where's the booze?! It's our first ever morning podcast recording, fueled by coffee and a tired 6 month old! We review the final gameweek of 2021, curse postponements and review that tasty WSL basement battle. Plus, our annual 2020 WSL quiz and festive review! Which manager is in our Christmas stocking? Who's been the most helpful elf? Who's our Christmas pudding and who's been our Christmas cracker? Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Aston Villa defender Anita Asante joins Kait Borsay and Lynsey Hooper to discuss all the WSL and Champions League action that the Christmas grinch COVID didn't postpone. Are Birmingham a shadow of their former selves? Can Spurs stay third without some stardust? And how has Anita changed her game from defending at Champions Chelsea to 10th placed Villa? Plus we get out our best singing voices for our 12 teams of Christmas! RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Last weekend's Moments of the WSL with NOW! (2.45) PART 2a - Leicester City 2 - 0 Birmingham City (5.00) PART 2b - Tottenham 1 - 0 Everton (13.45) PART 2c - Manchester United 5 - 0 Aston Villa (21.15) PART 3 - Champions League, new sponsorship and Jen Beattie (29.45) PART 4a - Moments of the WSL so far with NOW! (38.30) PART 4b - 12 Teams of Christmas (40.15)
Flo Lloyd-Hughes is joined by former Tottenham Hotspur captain Jenna Schillaci to chat through the huge result at the bottom of the WSL table. We also hear from Leicester City's head coach Lydia Bedford. Plus the live draw for the Quarter Finals of the Continental Cup. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Musa and Ryan chat about the weekend's Premier League games that survived the host of postponements, plus the numerous controversial decisions (04:07). They begin with Spurs' 2-2 draw with Liverpool, before touching on Wolves' great point at home to Chelsea, Manchester City extending their lead at the top, and Arsenal's win over Leeds before a very quick WSL round-up (25:06). Next, it's off around Europe, starting with La Liga (26:07), including lots of love for Rayo Vallecano and Sevilla, before heading to the Bundesliga, which saw Bayern head into the winter break nine points clear and Freiburg in third (31:33). Then, it's Serie A time (33:36), with Napoli beating Milan to move second and Roma putting four past Atalanta, before rounding off with immediate reaction to the Women's Champions League draw (39:33). Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Max Rushden is joined by Barney Ronay, Ed Aarons, Paul MacInnes and Suzy Wrack to discuss the Premier League and WSL games that went ahead this weekend. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
*Apologies for some of the audio quality in this episode, wifi did not feel like co-operating* Join Alex, Jessy and Abdullah in discussing and analysing last weekend's FA WSL. Reading and Deanne Rose pulled off a HUGE win over Chelsea. Arsenal didn't mess up against Leicester City and they're not four points clear at the top of the WSL. Spurs pull off a comeback against Aston Villa to stay in the top three and Birmingham City ran Manchester City close. And the rest of all the WSL action...
Jimbo, Daniel Storey, Adam Crafton and Flo Lloyd-Hughes engage in a race against time to produce a football podcast that isn't immediately completely out of date. With Premier League clubs registering a record number of positive Covid cases and games postponed, is it time for a circuit breaker? And why is this the worst time for that when it comes to the TV rights holders? There's plenty of midweek action to feast upon as Man City destroy Leeds 7-0. Are we in Bielsa's last season at Elland Road? And is he the best manager for a relegation battle? Plus the ludicrously inconsistent Arsenal are 4th and is James Ward-Prowse one of the best free-kick takers in Premier League history? The panel pay tribute to the retiring Sergio Aguero. And Flo gives us a half-term report on the WSL and the details on their lucrative new sponsorship deal. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Time for another circuit breaker? (02m 00s) • PART 1b: Man City 7-0 Leeds (08m 30s) • PART 1c: Arsenal 2-0 West Ham (19m 30s) • PART 2: Sergio Aguero retires (31m 00s) • PART 3: The rest of the Premier League midweek (38m 30s) • PART 4a: What may be happening this weekend (46m 00s) • PART 4b: Half-term report in the WSL (51m 00s) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A WSL weekend full of incident and narrative as we see more twists and turns at the top 'n bottom of the Super League table! Kelly Chambers' Entertainers snatch a surprise win versus Chelsea and is it too early to call this a post-FA Cup win hangover for Emma Hayes' Blues? Plus, a big win for Arsenal and the race for third place heats up. Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Former Everton Manager Willie Kirk joins Lynsey Hooper and Kait Borsay to take you through the weekend's WSL matches and all the other action, featuring a chat with the player responsible for Champions Chelsea's defeat, Reading goalscorer Deanne Rose. Plus, are we for or against Sam Kerr shoving the pitch invader? Should Lydia Bedford have played that high line against Arsenal? And is Rachel Williams as terrifying as Willie thinks? RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Moments of the WSL with NOW! (3.30) PART 2a - Reading 1 - 0 Chelsea (7.30) PART 2b - Deanne Rose interview (13.30) PART 3a - Arsenal 4 - 0 Leicester City (20.15) PART 3b - Brighton 0 - 2 Manchester United (27.15) PART 3c - Birmingham City 2 - 3 Manchester City (31.00) PART 3d - Aston Villa 1 - 2 Tottenham (36.45) PART 3e - Everton 1 - 1 West Ham (38.30) PART 4 - Pitch invaders, FA Cup and Afghanistan evacuation (43.30) PART 5 - Coming up (50.15)
On this week's COYGIG Kathleen and Karen reflect on the WSL's first week back after the international break, Emma returns with a TOTW and Ireland manager Vera Pauw joins Kathleen to discuss the qualifying campaign so far and the role of the WSL in the development of Irish women's football. 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 former Chelsea and England defender Claire Rafferty to discuss the big drama from the WSL season. Birmingham City's Christie Murray joins to discuss their big performance in against Manchester City. Plus there's a draw for the 4th Round of the Women's FA Cup. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to look back on a controversial day of Premier League action, which saw controversial penalties decide four matches on Saturday, as Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea all win. Ralf Rangnick maintains his 100% start with Manchester United after victory over Norwich, and Reading shock Chelsea in the WSL.
This week Dean and Dayne are joined by Mia Eriksson to look back at Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Juventus and look ahead to their WSL clash with Reading this Saturday. We ask if Emma Hayes has any trust issues with some of her squad, look at how Juventus were able to frustrate Chelsea and tackle the big topic of the day, Kerr vs Pitch Invader. Plus we look at the form of Reading ahead of Saturday's game and break down how Chelsea can come away from the game with all three points. You can follow Mia on Twitter @Mia_Eriksson To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our FREE newsletter- https://www. wenttomowkingsmeadow.substack. com Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Débat entre Martine Rebetez, professeure de climatologie de l'Université de Neuchâtel et de l'Institut fédéral WSL, Christophe Clivaz, conseiller national (Les Vert-e-s/VS), Claude Gendre, co-directeur de TéléCharmey SA et Laurent Vanat, consultant spécialiste du tourisme hivernal.
Chelsea centurion Claire Rafferty and sports broadcaster Anne-Marie Batson join Kait Borsay to chat about Chelsea's purr-fect FA Cup final and what's to come in the WSL. Chelsea's Millie Bright tells us how she's feeling off the back of that FA Cup win and captaining England to a 20-0 victory. Plus Flo Lloyd-Hughes talks rainbow laces and queer power couples, and we are joined by Rich Laverty, the mind behind the top 100 female footballers of 2021 that's being released this week. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - FA Cup final (2.45) PART 1b - Millie Bright interview (19.00) PART 2 - Queer power couples (26.30) PART 3 - Other results and news (33.45) PART 4 - Top 100 footballers (35.30) PART 5 - WSL Christmas countdown (41.15)
Courtney & André are back with another episode! The end of a USWNT cycle plus the NWSL madness then playoffs made our last few pods very American woso-centric, so we take a moment to back off all that and chat Europe. We run through D1 Arkema, WSL, the Frauen Bundesliga and Primera Iberdrola to get you caught up on key title races and players to watch, including young stars like Selma Bacha, Léa Khelifi, Deanne Rose and Mary Fowler. We also have yet another chat about Gareth Taylor because why is that man still employed??? Then we dive into domestic nonsense like Tegan McGrady erasure, gettin the expansion draft out the paint, making sense of Gotham's moves so far, and USSF continuing its long and storied history of being hot dog water. Please share, subscribe, rate and review – we appreciate y'all! Follow us: Twitter - @DiasporaUtdPod Instagram - diasporautdpod Links: Léa Khelifi: The Rise of Paris Saint-Germain's dynamo, by Abdullah Abdullah Selma Bacha's BANGERRRRRRRRRRRRRR
This week Dean and Dayne are joined by Matt J Ball from World Wide Chels for another installment of our Talking Tactics Segment. We look at Chelsea's 6 game period in which the team scored 21 goals and conceded 0, made it to an FA Cup final and pick up two wins away at Manchester City for the first time in the WSL era. Join us as we ponder if the back three has reached its peak level, how the team coped without Pernille Harder, the rise of Jessie Fleming, where Maren Mjelde will fit into the team and the early impact of Lauren James. Plus much more. You can follow Matt on Twitter @MattJBall98 To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our FREE newsletter- https://www. wenttomowkingsmeadow.substack. com Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Disclaimer, this podcast was recorded before the England v Latvia game!! A rare WSL-free week for TGTB as we review England's tight win against Austria at a stormy, snowy Stadium of Light. What's Liv Tyler got against the Lionesses anyway? Plus, we go in depth on the battle for London, this weekend's FA Cup Final. Jonas v Hayes, Viv v Kerr, McCabe v Kirby, so many tasty match-ups across the pitch and we'll be there! Proudly sponsored by FotMob
Vivianne Miedema of the Netherlands and Arsenal has been crowned the winner of BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2021. The annual award from the BBC World Service is voted for by football fans from around the world. She is the all-time leading scorer in the FA WSL (women's super league) and has scored more goals at the international level for the Netherlands than any other player, across both the women's and men's teams. This month, November 2021 she became the first player in the history of the WSL to score against every team they have faced, after scoring against Manchester United. Nicola Adams OBE is officially Great Britain's most successful female boxer of all time. She won gold at the London Olympics in 2012 and repeated the achievement in Rio in 2016. She is the only female boxer in the history of the sport to have won every major title available to her; Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth. So, it's not a surprise that Amazon Prime Video have made a documentary about her. Lioness: The Nicola Adams Story explores her difficult upbringing and her battles with sexism, racism and homophobia to get in the ring. We find out how a girl from a council estate in Leeds became a #Lioness. In the first part of a new series 'Under Pressure' Zoe and James explain how 'Ed' which is the name they gave Zoe's eating disorder changed their lives. How is a relationship impacted when life stuff happens? We don't often hear about adoptions that break down, but last week former BBC Scotland health correspondent Eleanor Bradford wrote about her "heart-breaking" decision to return her adopted son to the care system. She said she was unable to cope with her son's “extremely challenging” behaviour and that she was “furious about the lack of support for adoptive parents” in Scotland. Eleanor Bradford joins Emma to share her experience along with the chief executive of Adoption UK, Sue Armstrong Brown. Presenter: Emma Barnett Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Vivianne Miedema Interviewed Guest: Nicola Adams Interviewed Guest: Eleanor Bradford Interviewed Guest: Sue Armstrong Brown
This week Dean sits down with Tracy Brown and Mia Eriksson to discuss Chelsea's 5-0 win over Birmingham City in the WSL this past weekend. We talk Sam Kerr's back flip antics, Fran Kirby's 100th Chelsea goal, the impact of Lauren James, plus much much more.Tracy also gives us a Chelsea Pride update ahead of their 5th birthday,You can follow Tracy @ChelseaGirl78 and Mia @Mia_Eriksson To join our fantasy football league head to ShePlays | Fantasy Football Competition and enter the league code WTMKCFCTo listen to our special series, My Daughter The Professional, sign up today at- https://www.patreon.com/wenttomowkingsmeadow Subscribe to our FREE newsletter- https://www. wenttomowkingsmeadow.substack. com Subscribe to our YouTube channel- https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCK8K2nPoZlH0xqVP_W1I-DQJoin our Discord community via this link https://discord.gg/jVbHw2dJzKFollow us on Twitter @MowKingsmeadow, Dean @DeanMears, Jane @JaneChappellx and Dayne @dwhitt9You can follow us on Instagram @wenttomowkingsmeadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tim Stillman and Alex Ibaceta get together to answer listener questions from Twitter, including, whether teams are getting a little wiser to Jonas Eidevall's Arsenal now, whether January reinforcements are needed, views on the left-sided combination of Catley and McCabe, whether the FA's target to have a 6k attendance average in the WSL by 2024 is achievable and whether it's time for segregated away ends in women's football to help build atmosphere at games. This and loads more in the November mailbag edition of the Arsenal Women Arsecast. You can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillberto : Alex @AlexIbaceta23If you want to become an Arseblog Member on Patreon, you can sign up at patreon.com/arseblog for just €5 per month.If you are a regular listener via iTunes, if you would be so kind as to leave a review/rating that would be greatly appreciated. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
David and Chas follow Jake Burton's insistent celebration of individualism, question if Ben Gravy is this generations Reno Abillera, baffle at the WSL's erasure of the wipeout, and Matt Biolos gets cast as Jerry Garcia's stunt double in the new Scorcese biopic. Plus Barrel or Nah?! Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Antonio Conte leapt around the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, celebrating with fans after he recorded his first league win as Spurs manager. Emma Saunders is with former Spurs defender Stephen Kelly, former Manchester United goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain and the Daily Telegraph's Luke Edwards to talk about how long the Spurs fans have waited for this moment. Raheem Sterling's back on the scoresheet with his first Premier League goal since August, but should he be looking for a move elsewhere? Plus, more reaction to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's sacking and the panel review the WSL weekend. 3'59 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with MUTV on leaving Manchester United 4'55 – Do Manchester United have a plan? 9'40 – Reaction to Antonio Conte's passionate celebrations 12'05 – Antonio Conte with 5Live's Rob Nothman 17'08 – How important is the half time team talk? 21'58 – Are Leeds in trouble? 26'09 – Raheem Sterling's on the Manchester City scoresheet 29'50 – Should Sterling leave City for more game time? 34'30 – Everton's injury woes 40'21 – WSL roundup
Max Rushden is joined by Barney Ronay, Marcus Bean, Robyn Cowen and Ewan Murray to recap the most recent World Cup qualifying games, Dean Smith to Norwich and the WSL. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
On this episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim and Alex speak to some senior figures at Sky Sports about the groundbreaking rights deal that saw the channel buy the broadcast rights for the Women's Super League for three years starting from 2021-22. Tim speaks to Director of Football at Sky Sports Gary Hughes and they talk about when and why Sky got involved in the bidding process, what goes into a rights bidding process and giving the WSL the "Sky treatment."Then Alex is joined by Sky Sports producer Nia WynThomas and presenter Caroline Barker to talk about the content side of Sky's coverage – the tactical analysis, how players might deal with increased scrutiny and criticism and the look and feel of Sky's coverage. With thanks to Alexandra Horton at Sky for helping to put this episode together.You can follow Tim on Twitter @Stillberto : Alex @AlexIbaceta23 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.