On this episode, Adam's back! (00:00), could Freddy win the Veznia? (02:30), thoughts on the game last night (08:00), the Leafs are playing for first place (17:00), Eric Engels on P.K. v Gallagher, Montreal, and the trade deadline (22:00), Soshnikov and Leivo (39:00), who's going on trade deadline day? (54:00), and Adam Wylde's honeymoon stories! (1:14:00). Originally aired: February 13, 2018 Merch: https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/fancydangleshirts Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Subscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2
In association with At The Races: Kevin Blake, Emmet Kennedy and Tony review a fantastic weekend's racing at Leopardstown for the inaugural Dublin Racing Festival. We review all the action and ask which of the standout performances can have an impact at Cheltenham. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, SoundCloud, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
Bem amigos do Bola Presa, mais um podcast no ar! Nesta semana falamos sobre o Utah Jazz, que depois de altos e baixos nos primeiros meses da temporada embalou nada menos que ONZE vitórias seguidas. A combinação da volta de Rudy Gobert, os melhores jogos da carreira de Ricky Rubio e atuações fenomenais do novato Donovan Mitchell podem colocar o time de Salt Lake City de volta nos Playoffs mesmo após a perda de Gordon Hayward. Também comentamos sobre os primeiros jogos do Novo Cavs e de como a pirralhada MÉDIA está ajudando a dar um boost nas chances de LeBron James ir para mais uma final da NBA. No Both Teams Played Hard respondemos perguntas sobre redinhas de cestas brasileiras, o CARÁTER de quem pega a mãe da amiga e fazemos um Mini Debate de Bolso (de novo) sobre o caso das Grid Girls da Fórmula 1. Nesta edição Jabá- 4:48 Jazz- 8:41 Requeijão- 11:55 Assuntos Variados - 28:00 Cavs-39:20 Both Teams Played Hard- 1:02:18
The guys discuss lying to help prove points, Brendan's new fanny pack, Rogan's piece, Jay Schaub's sleeper piece, Bryan getting assaulted by his buddy's piece, Rockhold vs Romero recap, advanced forms of procrastination, the Winter Olympics and much more.
The boys are back and they are focusing on the offensive side of the ball in their first NFL Draft Preview - RB, WR, TE, and OT. They take a look at late day 2 & day 3 RBs and finding one or two TEs that fit. OT - does right or left matter? Plus they look at the WRs from the Sr. Bowl that they have their eye on.
Richie Sadlier joins Eoin and Murph in studio to talk about how football management can be an emotional business. When Ipswich took the lead against local rivals Norwich on Saturday, Mick McCarthy couldn't resist having a go at his own fans. Is there ever a right time to shoot back at the same people who have been criticising you for months? On reflection, probably not... but it doesn't mean it doesn't feel really good while you're doing it. We also praise the job Chris Hughton is doing as he leads Brighton to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and analyse his potential to be the next Ireland manager. Plus Sid Lowe joins us to wax lyrical about Andres Iniesta before he returns to Stamford Bridge, the site of his favourite goal-not-scored-in-the-World-Cup-final goal.
On this episode, a Reddit shoutout (00:00), The Olympic Games are on apparently (02:00), the Detroit Red Wings have serious cap troubles (12:00), the future of trusted hockey men, Sheldon Keefe, Mark Hunter, and Kyle Dubas (27:00), the Leafs lose to Pittsburgh on Saturday (44:00), the DSP incident in Chicago (1:07:00), HOW THE HELL IS VEGAS DOING THIS (1:33:00), a Russian curler was caught taken steroids lmao (1:55:00), there's a DET TOR trade rumour (2:08:00), the worst National Anthem of ALL TIME (2:13:00), and the press conference; Stanley Cup predictions and a Reblers update (2:22:00).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons sits down with Chris Ryan and Justin Verrier to discuss Kristaps Porzingis's recent season-ending injury and its effect on the trajectory of the Knicks' season (2:35), possible destinations for Avery Bradley (12:20), and just what the hell is going on in Cleveland (26:55). Then, the guys are joined by Jason Concepcion to commiserate about Porzingis and explore what kinds of changes he may make to his game when he returns (37:30).
Jack Fritz hands out a bunch of Valentine cards to the Eagles squad, yells at the "Nick Foles should start" takes, asks everyone to stop listening to Bill Polian and dives into the Counterpoint mailbag.
Rog and Davo break down Tottenham's North London Derby win over Arsenal and play Marry, Make sweet consensual love to, Dispose of brutally and terminally with Aguero, Kane, and Salah. Plus, U.S. Soccer has a new President.
The guys began looking ahead to the recruiting class of 2019 & more!
In association with At The Races: Kevin Blake, Emmet Kennedy and Podcast debutant Harry Derham, review all the races over the weekend in the UK and Ireland. Plus Harry talks to us about his former career as a jockey, his decision to retire - and the reasons behind it - and his new life as Assistant Trainer to Paul Nichols. He gives us his thoughts on the horses that have impressed him so far this season, and the horses at the Nichols yard that he thinks can have an impact at Cheltenham. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, SoundCloud, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
The lads are hear with a bumper show to discuss everything that's happened since the festive break and to look at exactly what we think we will happen in the relegation run in. We also talk about the news we'll be producing extra shows from next week - two to four a week - for subscribers on Patreon. If you pay £5 a month you'll get access to this extra content. The main podcast will always be free and found at all of the usual places - if you like the stuff we put out we hope £5 isn't too much of an ask per month to listen to 8-20 extra shows. Thanks for listening - here's the link to subscribe: https://www.patreon.com/tfpodcast
Political behemoth Alastair Campbell is in the studio this week to discuss his new football-based crime novel Saturday Bloody Saturday, out now, as well as his beloved Burnley and the time when Rochdale manager Keith Hill was on Fergie’s radar.
Plus Gab Marcotti has a Very Angry Reaction to VAR mistruths. He’s also joined by Stewart Robson (the business model for Arsenal Fan TV), James Gheerbrant and Gregor Robertson who’s written an article for The Times on PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor’s salary.
Michael Kist and Benjamin Solak continue their offseason odyssey by previewing the free agency period of the offseason. What's the most immediate need for this Eagles team to get back to the Super Bowl? Plus the guys discuss the what they think might happen with the OC vacancy with Reich no gone to Indy.
A lot of headlines come out of the UFC’s first trek to Western Australia. To that end, Anik and Florian recap UFC 221: Romero v. Rockhold. Plus, a new Ray Longo Minute, picks for FS1 UFC Fight Night: Cowboy v. Medeiros, and the Top 10 Things You Would Text Ken-Flo After the Birth of His Daughter.
The Ringer’s John Gonzalez is joined by Shea Serrano to review All-Star Weekend (3:05), including Jimmy Butler’s decision to sit out the All-Star Game (8:05) and the utilization of nostalgia in the dunk contest (11:11). Then Haley O’Shaughnessy and Micah Peters come on to discuss other All-Star festivities (21:17) and the Rookie of the Year debate (32:42). Finally, Kevin O’Connor and Danny Chau sit down to evaluate the upcoming free agency (42:13) and the future All-Stars (52:33).
Benjamin Dane og Henrik Månsson er i studiet hos Jonatan for at diskutere det seneste nederlag. Denne gang til Midtjylland der, efter de kom bagud, vandt med 3-1. Holdet kom for en gangs skyld godt, men hvad skal vi stille op med ale de personlige fejl? Til sidst ser vi kort frem mod torsdagens Europa League-opgør mod et eller andet hold fra Spanien. Sportsligt er det tvivlsomt om der er noget at hente længere, så vi ser mest på hvilke reserver vi forestiller os at Ståle kunne finde på at benytte. Tusind tak for at I lytter med! Husk at fortæl jeres svigermor og sidemand i Parken om os så vi kan komme ud til endnu flere! Vi høres først ved på mandag da lidt for mange af os er i Madrid og spise god mad, drikke god vin og, nå ja, se en enkelt fodboldkamp.
Turron Davenport and Barrett Brooks looked back on the season and shared moments where they thought this team was going to be a special team. Plus they also hand out their offensive and defensive MVP awards.