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Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Eliot Rothwell discuss the chaos of Manchester City’s 4-3 win over Tottenham, the vivacity of Ajax’s 2-1 win at Juventus and a telegraphed Troy Deeney red card. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Daryl Morey to discuss the Rockets' impressive start to the NBA playoffs, James Harden's progression, the 3-point revolution, and more (2:48). Then, Bill runs through the Patriots' 2019 schedule, some NFL over/unders, and things to watch out for this...
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Darren and JJ look ahead to the weekend's football action. This week they are joined by former Chelsea and Tottenham midfielder, turned manager, Gus Poyet and former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson. It’s round two between Manchester City and Tottenham, this time in the Premier League – will City be...
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On this week's show I'm joined by Andrew Allen to discuss the 1-0 win over Napoli which secured our passage into the Europa League semi-finals. We chat about the team selection, Alexandre Lacazette's great goal which had such a big impact, how comfortably we won over the two legs, Napoli being...
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On today's ep. of The Drop, the guys discuss their favorite first-round series, the most surprising individual performances, and which teams have disappointed so far. That, plus Fartgate 2019, Ben Simmons' heel turn, KD vs. Beverely, NBA weekend predictions, how to properly shower, and so much more.
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Jimbo, Pat Nevin, Duncan Alexander and Alvaro Romeo catch their breath and relive that incredible battle between City and Spurs at the Etihad. Plus: reasons to smile about Ajax; the xG-iest game of all time; and whither Alex McLeish RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: The story of City 4 - 3 Spurs (02m...
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Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Mina Rzouki and Julien Laurens analyse the incredible match between Man City and Spurs – explaining why Moussa Sissoko did not realise his team had gone through - plus with Ajax and Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals, Jordi Cruyff talks about the...
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The Philadelphia 76ers found themselves without superstar center Joel Embiid against the Nets in Brooklyn for Game 3, unintentionally unlocking Ben Simmons to seize a win (0:52). Meanwhile, the San Antonio Spurs handily beat the Denver Nuggets behind an unlikely outburst from Derrick White...
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What. A. Match. Mark Chapman is joined by Alan Shearer, Michael Brown and John Murray in the Etihad Stadium after Tottenham qualify for the Champions League semi finals on away goals after a 4-3 thriller at Man City. We hear from both managers, plus from Ian Dennis in Porto as Liverpool reach...
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Alex and James are joined by commentator Nick Heath to talk about Israel Folau's comments on homosexuality, Billy Vunipola's warning and tolerance in rugby
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Former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping and stand-up comedian Luis J. Gomez discuss Michaels super early start to the show, the cost of his fancy new internet, letting kids hear swear words, having drinks with your children, a Game of Thrones recap, the fire at Notre Dame, where the...
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It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! With LeBron sitting at home, the 'Best Player In The World' title is up for grabs in these playoffs. The guys give their takes on who is on their way to becoming King. Michael Rapport joins the show in Celebrity Corner to talk about the NBA...
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Rachel Nichols, Scottie Pippen and Nick Friedell discuss Ben Simmons' performance in Game 3, KD's bounce back game and more. Plus, Ramona Shelburne joins the show to talk Lakers.
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Kelly Cates, Darren Fletcher, Robbie Savage and Ian Dennis have all the reaction as Barcelona comfortably despatch Manchester United to reach the Champions League semi-finals. They hear from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and look at what’s next for the squad and how they can build towards next season....
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Faye Carruthers, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Vaishali Bhardwaj on the Premier League, Ole parked down the road, Lucas Moura’s child inconveniencing journalists and zero Game of Thrones spoilers. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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The resilient Los Angeles Clippers make a historic comeback against the reigning champion Golden State Warriors in Game 2 (0:42) and the Philadelphia 76ers redeem themselves with a resounding win against the Brooklyn Nets (26:44). Hosts: Chris Vernon, Kevin O’Connor
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An away win and a clean sheet are not to be scoffed at for Arsenal this season, but did we miss an opportunity to do a bit more in yesterday's 1-0 win over Watford? We discuss the game, the goal, the hilarious sending off of Troy Deeney, Unai Emery's substitutions and how they didn't exactly...
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Jim's away in Dubai so Big Joe Marler's back in the studio and we surprise him with a phone call from his old Lions mate Rory Best to discuss one of their nights out in New Zealand, his career and look ahead to the two Irish teams' chances in the Champions Cup semi-finals as well. The Israel...
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Neil Atkinson is joined by Alison McGovern, Andy Heaton, Stu Wright and Ian Salmon for this week's Weekender to look back at Liverpool's Champions League victory over FC Porto. Also in the show, Neil talks to Rory Smith about Barcelona and the genius that is Lionel Messi before joining Comfort...
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Andrew Trimble sits down with Gordon D'Arcy at a stadium both men graced for many years in the green jersey. The lads talk Champions Cup semis, spiky media interviews and Game of Thrones. D'Arcy has helped launch the new and improved Aviva Stadium Tour, which provides fans with a unique behind...
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David Jones is joined by Ashley Cole, Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher to discuss a huge day in the Premier League title race, as Manchester City beat Crystal Palace 3-1 and Liverpool secured a 2-0 win against Chelsea.
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David Jones is joined on MNF by Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville to discuss all the talking points from another busy weekend of Premier League action.
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After seeing both fighters weigh in, Mike, Steve and former two-weight world champion Paulie Malignaggi give their final analysis of Terence Crawford v Amir Khan. Does Khan still have the skills to produce an upset? The fight itself will be live on BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website from...
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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon are in New York going back-and-forth on Tim Anderson's suspension, if Pat Riley is a good fit for the Lakers and if Kevin Durant has to play like he did last night for the Warriors to be successful.
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-KD went off for 38 points in Game 3 against the Clippers. (:05)-Can Ben Simmons improve his jump shot over the summer? (11:20)-Is OBJ and the Browns contenders this season? (20:19)-Are the Clippers the best team in LA? (37:20)-Will the Cardinals trade Josh Rosen? (46:00)-Is KD the best player in...
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The lads in the studio look ahead to the game against Cardiff in the Premier League! Another massive game for Liverpool in the title race away from home! Buy the new Liverpool home kit through our affiliate link HERE: buff.ly/2PdSgd7
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Pengiriman pemain muda untuk menimba ilmu di luar negeri, khususnya Eropa terus terjadi. Kali ini tim Garuda Muda yang kita sebut sebagai Garuda Select, menimba ilmu di Inggris selama 3 bulan lebih. Apakah para pemain-pemain muda ini bisa menjadi generasi "the Next Primavera"? Umpan Tarik #27...
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It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! LeBron James is at home watching the NBA playoffs; but nobody else is. The guys debate whether the postseason is better without King James and the Lakers. After the scuffle resulting from Tim Anderson's bat flip, Chris and Rob have a...
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Le Batard, Stugotz and Stan Van Gundy discuss the NBA playoffs and baseball fights.
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Stugotz and Amin Elhassan argue about who's paying for lunch and Chris takes a sip out of a can.
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Sally Bergesen, the founder of Oiselle, fell in love with running in college but couldn’t find the kind of running clothes she wanted to wear, so she created her own company. As she learned more about women and their relationship with clothing, she started diving deeper into the history of...
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Once again we invited folks to come on the show, pose questions on topics related to Obstacle Course Racing, Running or anything of that nature.  Our guest is Jay Bode of the Overcome and Run Podcast.  Someone you may have seen out on the race courses with his wife Heather.  Jay is planning to...
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Recently I posted an offer for someone to be my guest and to pose some interesting questions regarding training and Obstacle Course Racing.  An old friend/client Beni Gifford reached out with what I felt was some solid questions and here is what he wanted to know: I hear a lot of differing views...
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Hafthor "The Mountain" Bjornsson was in Columbus, Ohio for the 2018 Arnold Classic. Before taking 1st and setting 2 world records, he sat down with Matt and Kris to discuss strongman, powerlifting, and of course, Game of Thrones!
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Rog and Davo are joined by "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver for the MiB Television Show's Boxing Day Craptacular on NBCSN. They talk John's love for Liverpool, the Reds' season so far, and make predictions for the year ahead.
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HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryan Russillo to discuss Tiger Woods’ return to glory after winning the 2019 Masters (3:54). Then Bill and Ryen recap game 1 of the first round of the NBA playoffs; Including a shaky start for the Raptors, the Nuggets loss to the Spurs, a bad matchup...
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A Ben Foster howler and a needless Troy Deeney red card helped Arsenal climb back into the Premier League top four with victory at Watford. Join Mark Pougatch, former Premier League striker Chris Sutton and commentator Arlo White for reaction from Vicarage Road. Hear from both managers on whether...
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Thanks to Chinese whispers we know who Sir Alex Ferguson is tipping for Premier League title. Would Liverpool getting 97 points and still coming second to Manchester City be a "disaster" for the club? And which team of the two will contain the winner of the Golden Boot? Jonathan Overend, Michael...
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Elis James, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Paolo Bandini discuss Tottenham’s resilience, Old Trafford’s shabbiness, Liverpool’s pressure valve release, Ajax’s vibrance and Diego Costa’s potential misunderstanding. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons sits down with Ryen Russillo at the end of another wild NBA regular season to hand out the MVP award and make their picks for All-NBA teams, playoff upsets, gambling odds, and more!
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Peter, Chris and Tom discuss everything on tele; box-sets, pundits and when analysis goes wrong. Crouchy also reveals what happened on his punditry debut in India, his love for Match of the Day and his deep distrust of anything robotic.
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HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Kevin O'Connor to talk about the Warriors blowing a 31-point lead at home to the Clippers (1:50). Then Bill sits down with comedian and host of 'The Daily Show,' Trevor Noah, to talk about the state of the "talk show" platform, the rise of digital...
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Jim and Goodey are back from Hong Kong with tales from on the pitch and off it...you won't want to miss them! We catch up with Ed Slater on Gloucester's season as well as they move to within touching distance of a play-off place and we speak to RPA Chairman Mark Lambert about the upcoming Restart...
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We asked for your dreams and boy did you respond! From travelling through space with Ron Vlaar to eating watermelon with Frank Lampard, Crouchy, Chris and Tom try to decipher all of our listeners’ weird and wonderful dreams. They’ll also discuss whether dreams play any role in manager’s tactics...
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Chris Smalling talks about growing up in a one-parent family and how even though they couldn’t afford his bus fare to go to football training sessions, he still managed to make it from non-league Maidstone to Manchester United. He tells Guillem Balague about the importance of tackling racism in...
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Jimbo, Michael Cox, Ian Irving and Daniel Storey talk about the tightest of title races and Champions League second legs. Plus, Brighton’s race to the bottom; yet more Drake curses; and a wood-related XI RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1a: Liverpool 2 - 0 Chelsea (01m 40s) • PART 1b: Palace 1 - 3 City...
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We break down how Jamal Murray shot his way out of his cold streak, helping the Nuggets tie their series with the Spurs at 1-1 and potentially stopping the bottom from falling out from underneath them this playoffs (1:30). Then, we wonder whether the Thunder will be able to get back on track when...
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The FC crew react to Tottenham's aggregate win over Man City and all the VAR controversy that surrounded it. Plus, the guys discuss Liverpool's chances against Barcelona.
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