Mick Martin from true faith Speaks to Craig Houston from Sons of Struth and Mark Dingwall about what action Rangers fans took against Mike Ashley to rid their club of Sports Direct. There's advice for United fans from both as they tell their story. Many thanks to Craig and Mark for their time. Follow them on social media: https://twitter.com/grandmastersuck?lang=en https://twitter.com/SonsofStruth?lang=en
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by hip-hop legend Ice Cube to talk about the renewed Celtics-Lakers rivalry, LeBron to L.A., old-school hip-hop vs. new-school, making records, the Las Vegas Raiders, what to do with the L.A. Clippers, Big3 basketball, and more (11:00). Then Bill sits down with star of HBO's 'Ballers' and Spike Lee's 'BlacKkKlansman' John David Washington to discuss playing college sports, chasing the pro football dream, his big acting break, working with Lee, filming 'BlacKkKlansman,' sports movies, and more (56:50).
In the first position preview of the 2018 season, Bud and Ingram dissect defensive backs and running backs!
Rog and Davo celebrate the start of the Premier League season and break down defending Champs City's victory over Unai Emery's Arsenal, Liverpool's 4 - 0 beatdown of West Ham, and wins for United, Chelsea, Spurs and not Everton.
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons travels to Oakland to sit down with three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry to talk recent Finals runs, the joy of playing with Klay Thompson, getting heated on the court, the new All-Star Game layout, all-time NBA greats, and more.
On this episode, David Poile is a genius, Josi signs a Ryan Ellis signs an extension in Nashville (00:00), Andrej Sekera will be out for 6 months (18:00), the Coyotes sign Christian Dvorak and who will miss and make the playoff next season (27:00), Mark Hunter made himself the GM of his own team (57:00), Larkin re-signs in Detroit (1:05:00), Bergevin will attend Pacioretty's golf tourney (1:17:00), and the press conference; Adam Wylde hosts the morning show on the Fan 590 and Scotiabank Arena (1:32:00).
Welcome to a very special edition of the Second Captains Football Podcast, a live broadcast from the wonderful Liberty Hall Theatre in Dublin. Warning: contains *beef Our guest star is one of the best TV analysts in any sport, not just football, who spent an entire career racking up trophies at Manchester United…. We welcomed GARY NEVILLE to the stage. We talked to Gary about mistakes he has made and how he has learned from them, how he lost and regained his confidence, and how his time as manager at Valencia impacted him personally and how he deals with managers now throwing his managerial career back at him. The Premier League has returned and Manchester United haven’t set the transfer market ablaze with big money signings. Ken asks Gary why, if they’re so brilliant at making money off the field, why United aren’t the biggest spending club in the world, and if they have their priorities all wrong? *Things get heated between Ken and Gary, Eoin gets dragged into it, the crowd get involved, strong opinions get aired. Plus there’s Pep showing the English how to play football, can Liverpool win the league, the Vieira Keane tunnel bust-up, the Wright Keane ITV bust-up, and we ask Gary “could anybody analyse those teams on telly?” It’ll make you laugh, it’ll make you cry, it’ll make you stand up and shout at your podcast device - its the 2018 Second Captains Premier League Night with Cadbury! Cadbury - Official Snack Partner of the Premier League
It’s the penultimate round of the season, meaning AFL Fantasy coaches have their preliminary finals. No more second chances, the equation is simple; win and you’re into the Grand Final, lose and it’s time to book your end of season trip… or start planning for Fantasy in 2019. In the super-competitive Bacon Cup, Roy and Warnie will face-off this weekend to book a place in the big dance. With the Warne Dawgs having the edge over destROY in recent weeks, it will be interesting to see what moves are made. Warnie is keen to bring in Mitch Duncan to nullify one of Roy’s point of differences due to the Cats’ favourable match up. The boys run the numbers to see which teams have the best Fantasy match ups for the final two rounds of the season. Geelong take on Fremantle this weekend, the fourth easiest team to score points against and then Gold Coast in the Grand Final. Both games are at GMHBA Stadium making Gary Ablett, Patrick Dangerfield and Sam Menegola popular options to trade in. Some coaches want to go against the trends to find a point of difference. Some unique options are discussed for the underdogs in their leagues.
Guest: Mario Cristobal – Oregon Ducks Head Football Coach John Canzano talks with Mario Cristobal about some advice he received from Nick Saban that is helping him now and what a good handshake means to him. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
The Ringer’s John Gonzalez is joined by Shea Serrano to discuss Carmelo Anthony officially signing with the Houston Rockets (2:28) and to parse Kawhi Leonard’s farewell letter to San Antonio (14:17). Then, Justin Verrier joins to evaluate the "Are We Sure" questions about the Lakers’ playoff contention, Markelle Fultz, Devin Booker, and the Trail Blazers’ stars (24:22). Finally, Paolo Uggetti comes on to make the case for the Toronto Raptors as the East favorites (46:29) and to discuss NBA players’ use of social media over the summer (55:41).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by chef, author, and TV producer Eddie Huang to talk tortured Knicks fandom, Linsanity, NBA rookies, summer league, the transformation of the L.A. food scene, developing TV shows, and more (3:13). Then Bill talks with author Jim Miller about ESPN's apex, its current state, the future of digital media, and Miller's new podcast episode “Origins of a Champion: Nick Saban & Alabama’s Crimson Tide” (52:50).
Michigan beat writer discusses Jim Harbaugh's meeting with the media, shoes and much more on this week's show. The Michigan Rant is a podcast presented by the Detroit Free Press.
The guys talk grown men playing catch, bouncy castles, Bill Burr's Philly rant, Kimbo Slice and Jorge Masvidal, UFC 227 PPV buys, Brendan on Kill Tony, Jerimiah Watkins' dong sock, hairy bushes, acting classes, Howard the Duck, Matthew McConaughey, nuclear bunkers, Jerry Seinfeld's comments on James Gunn, stupid friends, movies we tug to and much more.
Brendan is back and roasts Bryan for last week's show. The guys talk cow killer ants, Bryan's bullfrog stew in China, Brendan's JFK tour in Dallas, JFK conspiracy theories, body modifications/piercings, playing swords with a fools face, Aubrey Marcus' car accident, stolen plane, Panda Express in China, Pizza Hut in Italy, the Kardashians, plastic surgery, Rumer Willis singing and much more!
Guilherme Bellintani inovou com o projeto "Dignidade aos Ídolos"
Ted Knutson and James Yorke review the PL transfer window
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Archie Rhind-Tutt and Mark Langdon to discuss the opening weekend of the 2018-19 Premier League season, starting with reigning champions Manchester City’s 2-0 win over Arsenal. We discuss all 10 games – Jürgen Klopp’s perfect start, Wolves’ promising new era, Fulham’s prolific spending not paying off just yet, Manchester United’s left-back looking suspiciously like Luke Shaw and Maurizio Sarri’s chewing gum alternative. In part three we round up the Football League, the Scottish Premiership and bring you stories from the USA, Spain, Germany and Burundi. Back on Thursday!