On this episode of The A-Side Live Chat, Shaun Alshatti and Marc Raimondi discuss the UFC 229 brawl involving Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor, Tony Ferguson’s win over Anthony Pettis, the new main event for UFC 230 in Daniel Cormier vs. Derrick Lewis and everything surrounding the change, plus Bellator 207 and 208, and much more.
Ralph Russo from the AP joins the Dubcast to discuss if Ohio State has what it takes to take down Alabama.
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Paolo Bandini as they discuss another weekend of football action, starting with Liverpool’s 0-0 draw with Manchester City at Anfield, which of course we all predicted would happen last week. Fortunately there were more goals to talk about at Old Trafford, as José Mourinho lives to manage another day after their 3-2 win over Newcastle. There are also mentions for Chelsea and Arsenal, who both beat their lower-table opposition far more comfortably. In part two, we run through the weekend’s other Premier League matches plus look at the favourites for the current vacant Aston Villa job in a Football League round-up. In part three, we speak to Sid Lowe in Spain about whether Julen Lopetegui has potentially made the worst decision in football history. We also get Paolo’s lowdown on how the Italian media are covering the Ronaldo story and Archie Rhind-Tutt has a round-up on a crazy weekend in the Bundesliga. Finally, there’s a crazy game between Nuneaton Borough and Halesowen Town in the FA Youth Cup. Never rest on your laurels when leading 7-2. Back on Thursday! PS: come to our Christmas special! 29 November at the Emmanuel Centre in London with Max, Barry, Jonathan Wilson and one more TBC. Tickets and more information here
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Gab Marcotti and Natalie Sawyer are joined by Martyn Ziegler and Alan Smith to discuss the biggest story in international football – the sudden regression of the German national team.
Germany have now gone three competitive games without scoring for the first time in their history. After group stage elimination from the World Cup, is it Joachim Low’s fault or is there a systemic failing in German football?
After Maurizio Sarri admitted to a friendly exchange on the touchline with Jurgen Klopp during a tight and tense top of the table clash between Chelsea and Liverpool, do managers have to be serious and stern all the time in order to achieve success? And if you smile whjile you’re losing, does that make you a loser?
Plus we discuss Eleven Sports’ decision to ignore the traditional Saturday 3pm kick-off blackout on live televised football in the UK and the possible ramifications for the game. And we bring you localised tales of where Roy Keane grew up.
The Ringer’s John Gonzalez is joined by Chris Ryan, Juliet Litman, Micah Peters, and Isaac Lee to draft all 30 NBA teams in order of League Pass watchability.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen's postgame remarks following the Mountaineers' 30-14 loss at Iowa State.
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Iowa State defeats West Virginia, 30-14
Nick continues the hour with more thoughts on the loss to Northwestern and how it perfectly summed up the entire season.
Nick throws it to Lincoln for Frost's weekly press conference. TALK TO YA TOMORROW!
Thomas hosts the Managing Madrid duo Kiyan and Om to discuss all things Madrid in a podcast Los Blancos fans cannot miss! Kiyan's Ronaldo article: https://www.managingmadrid.com/2018/7/10/17553520/cristiano-ronaldos-departure-marks-the-end-of-an-era School of Madrid: https://twitter.com/SchoolofMadrid
Andreas and Kel talk all about the madness that was UFC 229. From Khabib mauling Conor to the brawl after the fight – they give their first hand account of what went down. They also talk about the Rock possibly playing John Henry and Kanye becoming a MAGA Superman.
The Huskers are VERY good at losing and can do it even when it seems like there's no way they can. We discuss the horrible choke job, what's up on today's show, and more!
We reflect on last week’s Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and look ahead to the Dubai Future Champions Weekend at Newmarket. Our team of David Ord, Matt Brocklebank and Richard Mann are joined by Michael Shinners from Sky Bet as they dissect the key talking points from the action in ParisLongchamp and try to unravel another fiercely-competitive renewal of the Cesarewitch Stakes. The boys also take a look at an intriguing renewal of the Dewhurst Stakes as well as picking out their best bets for the weekend.
Gab Marcotti and Natalie Sawyer are joined by Matt Hughes and George Caulkin. And it’s a very difficult podcast for Natalie as Brentford have lost their beloved boss.
Dean Smith and John Terry are the new team at the helm at Aston Villa. But given Terry was in the frame for the manager’s job, can he settle for a reduced role at Villa Park? A role that as Matt reveals, might not even be as number 2.
The Nations League is back as England prepare to face Croatia on Friday night. How excited should England fans be about Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho? And elsewhere, George talks to us about whether the legacy of Roy Keane’s post-playing career is misunderstood.
We also turn our attention to the battle to stay in the Premier League. Are Cardiff and Huddersfield lost causes as many suggest? And is staying up good enough for Newcastle?
247Sports recruiting analyst, Josh Gershon, joins The Sidelines with Evan Daniels to discuss the talent he and Evan saw at USA Basketball's first Men's Junior National Team Mini Camp this past weekend. The two break down many of the nation's best players in attendance as they decipher who will be the best recruits and where they may end up going to school.
Justin Garcia recaps a Bucks blowout victory brining the preseason to a close. Hear all the calls from Ted Davis and Dennis Krause and hear from Christian Wood who finished with 19 points in your game recap from the Bucks Radio Network.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen's Monday morning remarks on the Big 12 coaches' teleconference.