Apple Podcasts : Singapore : Sports & Recreation : Episodes
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Tim Stillman discuss England’s win over a fuming Cameroon side, the Under-21s’ early exit, Copa América and the Africa Cup of Nations. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Mark Chapman and Ian Wright are reunited as they react to the news that Rafa Benitez will leave Newcastle United when his contract expires on Sunday. Wrighty also talks about was the possibility of Frank Lampard becoming the new Chelsea manager. Then we hear from Caroline Barker, Rachel...
With the start of free agency right around the corner, everyone is wondering where some of the league’s biggest stars will end up (3:55). Plus: Draft additions make a handful of young teams (hint: one of the teams has Zion Williamson on it) instantly exciting to watch (34:06). Host: John...
Iain Macintosh, Julien Laurens and Carl Anka ask what next for Newcastle now that Rafa Benitez is leaving Toon. Plus: Neymar wants out of PSG; polka dot; and updates from the Copa America Africa Cup of Nations
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Joe House to rehash the Pelicans-Lakers trade and point out the winners and losers of the 2019 NBA draft (2:37). Then Bill sits down with the king of Yacht Rock, Michael McDonald, to discuss playing with Steely Dan, his time with the Doobie Brothers,...
Brendan recaps Artem Lobov's win over Paulie Malignaggi, Korean Zombie's first round KO of Renato Moicano and talks Rafael Lovato Jr's win over Gegard Mousasi, BKFC winning the weekend's events and why more MMA fans than boxing fans watched, rumors Anthony Joshua was KO'd during sparring prior to...
Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Andrew Han look back on the grades for the Anthony Davis trade (1:27), go over player options/extensions to watch out for in the coming week (7:37) and are joined by Ramona Shelburne to discuss Ron Adams possibly joining the Lakers (29:55) as well as who the...
The guys talk a suspect mountain biker bear chase, teenager shark attack, adrenaline strength, movies that changed their lives, The Lion King, Toy Story 4, overall's fashion, Bella Thorne, female celebs with hairy armpits, OJ Simpson's Twitter posts, TSA attack, Brendan's nightmare flight...
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons sits down with actor Bill Hader to talk 'Barry,' blending comedy and drama, the NBA Finals, sports-talk shows, and more (2:00). Then Bill talks with rapper/actor Common about 'John Wick,' playing a hitman in multiple movies, rappers crossing over into acting,...
Caroline Barker and Emma Saunders reflect on a dramatic day at the World Cup as England and France make it through to the quarter-finals. Caroline is joined by former US goalkeeper Hope Solo, former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis and former England striker Dion Dublin to assess...
Gab Marcotti joins the FC crew to preview Argentina's Copa America quarterfinal against Venezuela and to discuss Louis van Gaal's comments on Messi as a team player.
Sir Curtly Ambrose and Robin Smith explain the arts of both bowling fast, and facing pace. Curtly tells us that it’s all about building up a reputation, whilst Robin says that it helps to imagine a line half way down the pitch. Plus Ebony Rainford Brent joins us in place of Tuffers to speak...
Eoin Morgan joins the pod on the eve of England and Australia at Lord's. We ask if England will stick to their guns after the Sri Lanka defeat, look ahead to some of the tournament's most impressive fast bowlers going to head-to-head, and hear from Paul Farbrace on how to get David Warner...
On this week's show has misfortune for James sparked our transfer bid for Kieran Tierney? We chat about the Celtic left-back, what kind of a signing he might be, and also discuss which of Sead Kolasinac or Nacho Monreal might leave if we do sign him. We touch on AC Milan's interest in Lucas...
Trainer Jim Conlan joined Michael Felgate in studio for racing's Open Mike
Ariel Helwani's MMA Show starts off with some thoughts on the futures of Conor McGregor and Dillon Danis from John Kavanagh (in studio), who trains the two fighters at SBG Ireland (4:30). UFC interim lightweight champion Dustin Poirier then talks about preparations for his UFC 242 headliner...
Seb and Kate discuss France's scare and Phil Neville's comments after England's win. Plus, Spanish international Vero Boquete explains how Spain can upset the United States.
Colin believes the horrible execution of trading for Anthony Davis is showing, and they be making a mistake in free agency going forward. He also says the NBA is better of if Kawhi Leonard stays with the Toronto Raptors, why he thinks Aaron Rodgers is now like Brett Favre, and why there are too...
Pablo Torre and Mina Kimes discuss if you believe Zion when he says he's ready to stay in New Orleans, will Kawhi re-sign with the Raptors now that he's entering free agency, the USWNT scraping by Spain, is Brett Favre right that LaFleur should let Aaron Rodgers play his game and much more.
The mailbag remained incredibly full but I was able to get to all your questions. Topics included: Kawhi Leonard's free agency and how the Clippers might regret a move they recently made, more stuff about D'Angelo Russell, general free agency principles, the Anthony Davis trade and more.Learn...
Ep 1501: Donegal Dominant, Dublin Dismissive, Kerry Unconvincing, The Dublin Q - 24/06/2019 by Second Captains
F1: On & Off the Track with Kym Illman Kym recounts the Mega Yacht across from his accommodation, we talk about F1 pregnancies and marriages, as well as Lando Norris! Thanks for listening! Purchase Kym's photos at prostarpics.com See Kym's latest F1 blog at kymillman.com Find out what...
To the astonishment of all involved, the long-awaited and frequently doubted Crouchfest actually comes to fruition, and in ways no-one could ever imagine. Join almost 3,000 happy pod listeners as Crouchy, Tom and Chris put on a show at a sold-out O2 in London that makes the Samrat Christmas...
Crouchy tells us what it takes to convert a spot-kick under intense pressure, the time he stole one from Gerrard as well as discussing alternatives to shootouts with Chris and Tom
Peter Crouch has got some exciting news, and there's an update on Crouch Fest.
We break down the teams with the biggest draft hauls from Thursday night: the Pelicans, Hawks, and Grizzlies—who all seem to have gotten the exact guys they wanted in Zion Williamson, DeAndre Hunter, and Ja Morant, respectively. Then, we speed through recapping the rest of the lottery picks,...
Jennie Gow and the team reflect on a dominant win in France for Lewis Hamilton. But don’t you dare tell him it was easy….
Will Sasso fills in as guest co-host with Bryan and the guys talk Will's new cowboy hat, Bryan's National destruction, Robert Pattinson as Batman, clam benefits, sex foods, naked fighting, dad bod study, polar bear penis', Bella Thorne picture controversy, Instagram couples Go Fund Me account and...
On this week's show we celebrate James' birthday by discussing transfers, the lack of them, the targets we have – almost all of which have a caveat around them. There's the potential signing of William Saliba, a look at the Premier League fixtures for next season, the promotion of Freddie...
After a fifth defeat in seven matches South Africa become only the second side to be eliminated from the World Cup. We ask why they've been so sub-par. Predictably Pakistan bring their A-game in a backs-to-the-wall scenario, but do they have enough to mount a late assault on the semis? We hear...
Colin thinks the Lakers made a mistake in the execution of the Anthony Davis trade and that getting a second star has masked how poorly run the team is. He talks with Chris Broussard about why the Lakers are trying to cover their tracks. Plus, he admits where he was right and wrong over the...
Jennie Gow and the team reflect on a dominant win in France for Lewis Hamilton. But don’t you dare tell him it was easy….
After briefly reacting to last night's NBA Draft, Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss how poorly things have gone for the Celtics since Kyrie Irving first joined the team (5:53). Plus, would Al Horford be a good fit in Dallas (22:15) and how should the Rockets tackle the...
On today’s show Andrew Sharp and Ben Golliver are live from New York City where they recap the 2019 NBA Draft. First: The Wizards and the dawn of the Rui Hachimura era, RJ Barrett landing in New York City, and the Suns once again wandering in the middle of nowhere. Then (22:00): The impact of...
Stephen A. and Max discuss what should be Kawhi's biggest deciding factor, if the Rockets championship window has closed and much more.
This week I'm joined by Michael Cox to discuss his new book, Zonal Marking, which tracks the development of European football over the last 30 years. From the Dutch Total Football to Spanish Tiki-Taka and everything inbetween. We chat about Dennis Bergkamp, the role of the number 10, Arsene...
Frank Isola and Michael Wilbon discuss the USWNT's confidence level after the Spain match, if Kevin Durant could be enticed by the Nets signing his friends, if they buy that CP3 is happy in Houston and more.
Ariel Helwani's MMA Show starts off with bantamweight Marlon Vera, who explains what he must do to get mentioned with the top names in MMA (6:38). Next, "Meatball" Molly McCann describes her experiences from Greenville inside and outside of the ring (19:55). After that, former UFC lightweight...
Max and Stephen A. debate who should win NBA MVP and where should Jimmy Butler want to go. Also, Amari Cooper and Trae Young join the show.
With Liverpool still yet to strengthen in the transfer market and with Alberto Moreno and Daniel Sturridge sized holes to fill in the squad, can Liverpool afford to remain calm in a quiet market? Joining Neil Atkinson to discuss what Liverpool might do and why they've yet to do anything of note,...
Pilgrims, patriots, punters… $36 worth of failed multi-bets has exposed a league at risk of being caught up in organised crime, while corporate bookmakers rule the roost. Do we need amnesty? Do we need a Players Betting Portal? Or do we need… the Tent of Truth? A billion tuned in to watch it....
Doug Gottlieb, in for Colin Cowherd, thinks that David Griffin did an amazing job in yesterday's draft but that the Lakers won the Anthony Davis trade because they don't have to build through the draft. He explains why no one has any idea where Kawhi Leonard will end up. Doug says Kyrie isn't the...
Mets manager Mickey Callaway had a misstep with a member of the media, and then apologized...and then apologized again. Plus, the Yankees end a hot streak on a sour note.
Dave Palumbo to Build Bodybuilding Hall of Fame? HMR: June 24, 2019
A slightly different show today as we do Life advice from 4 guys that probably still don't have it figured out. Ryen Russillo and Mark Titus join the show to talk about the different phases of life in honor of Big Cat becoming a father. Advice to the dumber, younger versions of our ourselves and...
Andrew Maclean and Hugh Keevins take your calls...
Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon wrap up Bangladesh's win over Afghanistan on Day 26 of the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
July is just a week away and Liverpool have yet to make their first signing of the summer. In contrast, it looks like Manchester City are about to get busy in the market with the big-money acquisitions of Harry Maguire and Rodri. But is our latest Blood Red panel worried? Not in the slightest....
Day 1 of the 2019 NHL Draft was a relatively ho-hum affair, but that all changed on Day 2. Chis Johnston joins Elliotte in Vancouver to discuss the P.K. Subban and Patrick Marleau trades and their ramifications around the league, as well as the latest on Mitch Marner, Matt Duchene, Artemi Panarin...
Do you host a podcast?
Track your ranks and reviews from iTunes, Stitcher and more.
See hourly chart positions and more than 30 days of history.
Get Chartable Analytics »