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  • Men in Blazers 06/14/18: Live in St. Louis
    Men In Blazers

    Rog and Davo celebrate FIFA's decision to bring World Cup 2026 to North America, break down Russia 2018's opening ceremony, and this year's opening game. Plus, St. Louis-native/USMNT up-and-comer Josh Sargent and St. Louis FC manager Anthony Pulis guest.

  • Another Ronaldo record, Spain edge Iran and Southgate's shoulder - World Cup Football Daily
    Guardian Football Weekly

    Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning and Sam Diss in the studio to discuss day seven in Russia where Diego Costa’s goal saw Spain edge past Iran, who had a goal disallowed via VAR for offside. Earlier in the day, Cristiano Ronaldo became the top European international goal scorer of all time. That 1-0 Portugal win means Morocco are eliminated from Group B. In Group A, Uruguay sealed their place in the last 16 after Luis Suárez scored the only goal to condemn Saudi Arabia to a long flight home. Uruguay will play Russia to see who tops the group - and Wednesday’s result also confirmed Egypt and Mo Salah’s fate. In part three we speak to Barney Ronay in Russia for the latest on Gareth Southgate’s bizarre injury, and also preview Thursday’s games, starting with Denmark v Australia at 1pm BST before France take on Peru in Group C at 4pm. Argentina take on Croatia in a crunch Group D game in Nizhny Novgorod to finish off the day’s action. If you think this podcast is worth something, then you can support The Guardian from as little as £1 – and it only takes a minute.

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  • American Fiasco Episode 9: The World Cup Ends
    Men In Blazers

    The ninth episode of Rog's new 12-part series on U.S. Soccer's 1994 rise and 1998 fall, which he made in conjunction with WNYC Studios. For more episodes, go to

  • Jacob deGrom and Big Decisions
    Shea Anything

    On the latest episode of Shea Anything, Doug Williams and Andy Martino chat about the discussion around trading Jacob deGrom, whether or not Yoenis Cespedes can still be an impact player, and what the future holds for Sandy Alderson. They also talk music! Don’t forget - Doug and Andy want to hear from you! Go to and upload a video or audio clip of your take on the Mets. Keep it to 30 seconds or less, make it good, and you may be on the show!

  • Podcast Bola Presa #165 - Draft 2018, Dwight Howard e a novela Kawhi Leonard
    Bola Presa

    Bem amigos do Bola Presa, mais um podcast no ar! Sei que todo mundo só quer saber de Copa do Mundo, mas o mundinho do basquete não para. Esse episódio era só para ser sobre o Draft da NBA, o futuro de DeAndre Ayton, Luka Doncic, Trae Young e cia., mas aí o Kawhi Leonard pede para ser trocado, os boatos voam soltos e ainda teve até o Dwight Howard sendo negociado DE NOVO em troca de um pacote de bolacha de água e sal. Fomos obrigados a PITACAR sobre tudo isso! No Both Teams Played Hard respondemos perguntas sobre comida vencida, braços quebrados e a nossa antiga abertura do podcast. Neste episódio Jabá - 1:30 Dwight Howard: 3:50 Kawhi Leonard: 16:00 Draft 2018: 30:40 BTPH: 1:05:15

  • Ep 160 - UFC 226 Preview: Miocic v. Cormier
    Anik and Florian

    On Ep. 160, Anik and Florian begin their preview of UFC 226: Miocic v. Cormier and also debate the merits of the UFC moving the weigh-in window back to 4PM ET. Guests include MMA nutritionist Tyler Minton and trainer-to-the-stars, Ray Longo. In memory of Leon Tabbs.

  • Jeff Shi's Grandad Dancing
    Wolves Fancast

    The Penultimate-ish podcast of the season. The season is over, but the pods keep coming. Lose your final game against the bottom side of the league convincingly? Who cares? We chat Baggies going down, Money Shop, Adidas, Parades, End of Season Dinner, Sunderland (a bit), Jeff Shi's dancing technique and bromances. Follow us on: Twitter: @WWFCFancast Facebook: Wolves Fancast Instagram: wolves_fancast Email: [email protected] Web:

  • The Warriors' Wild Parade, LeBron’s Offseason, Kawhi Meeting With Pop, and Draft Talk
    The Ringer NBA Show

    The Ringer’s Chris Vernon and Kevin O’Connor discuss the Golden State Warriors’ championship parade (03:30), the best landing spots for LeBron James this offseason (08:30), Adrian Wojnarowski’s report that Kawhi Leonard and Gregg Popovich are scheduled to meet (21:25), and updates from the NBA draft (43:34).

  • Stan Alves sits down with Matt Clinch for ABC Grandstand

    Stan Alves is retiring from ABC radio. He joined us in 1989 & has been an integral and respected part of our team. We'll miss him and Matt Clinch sat down with Stan to reflect on playing, coaching, media and his life.

  • Ronaldo's revenge, Suárez's stinker and Iran's last gasp win
    Guardian Football Weekly

    Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning and Marcela Mora y Araujo in the studio to discuss day two’s games. We start with the blockbuster that was Portugal 3-3 Spain, with a Ronaldo hat-trick that means he’s scored as many goals in Russia already as he has in the last three World Cups. In part two we speak to Jonathan Wilson in Russia before the panel reflect on Luis Suárez’s stinker for Uruguay who just managed to beat an Egypt side without Mohamed Salah in Group A. Elsewhere in Group B, Iran left it even later to win their first World Cup match since 1998 at the expense of Morocco. In part three we look ahead to tomorrow’s feast of football as four games take place kicking off with France v Australia in Group C where Peru also take on Denmark. In Group D Argentina kick off their campaign against Iceland before Croatia against Nigeria finishes day three’s proceedings.

  • Colby Covington, Andre Harrison, Greg Wilson
    MMA Roasted

    On this episode of the MMA Roasted Podcast, Adam is joined in studio by none other than The Greg Wilson! Adam and Greg break down the fights that took place during UFC 225. Adam also takes calls from Colby Covington and Andre Harrison.  @MMARoasted @TheGregWilson @ColbyCovMMA @DreTheBull

  • Rugby Report 60 - Growing Pains
    Green And Gold Rugby

    Blake James and Richard breakdowns the round of international rugby. WARNING - may contain swearing

  • Captain Kane wrestles back victory for England
    The Game Podcast

    The rollercoaster ride of following the Three Lions continues as England leave it late to secure 3 points in their World Cup opener against Tunisia.

    Natalie Sawyer is joined by Matt Dickinson, Matt Hughes and Alyson Rudd to salute the bagger of a brace Harry Kane, debate the non-appearance of VAR in Volgograd and discuss whether Ruben Loftus-Cheek can fill Dele Alli’s boots.

    The video officials do help deliver Sweden’s first opening day victory since 1958. Plus Ian Hawkey is on Panama Watch for the podcast in Sochi as England’s next opponents succumb to Belgium in their first ever World Cup match.

  • adidas Football Nitrocharge Soundtrack

    The soundtrack used in the adidas Nitrocharge launch video. Nitrocharge Now: Artist: Nikolai von Sallwitz aka Taprikk Sweezee Links:

  • Argentina 0 x 3 Croácia - Copa Do Mundo 2018

    Com um passe açucarado de Kovasic, Rakitic depois de puxar o contra-ataque fica novamente com a bola e manda para o fundo da rede. Terceiro gol da Croácia! Argentina 0 x 3 Croácia. Ouça a narração decepcionada do locutor da Rádio Continental, da Argentina.

  • Men in Blazers 06/05/18
    Men In Blazers

    Rog and Davo countdown the sleeps until the World Cup and preview the Five Big Questions (there are actually six) ahead of the tournament. Plus, Rog becomes an American.

  • American Fiasco Episode 3: We'll Always Have Paysandu
    Men In Blazers

    The third episode of Rog's new 12-part series on U.S. Soccer's 1994 rise and 1998 fall, which he made in conjunction with WNYC Studios. For more episodes, go to

  • StatsBomb World Cup Podcast #1

    Ted Knutson and James Yorke chat World Cup

  • Quem vai ficar com Luka Doncic?
    Podcast Café Belgrado

    A dois dias do Draft da NBA, o Café Belgrado explorou todas as possibilidades de Luka Doncic no processo de recrutamento da NBA. Sim, falamos das 30 equipes e todas as chances que os times têm de conseguir contar com os talentos de Doncic.