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2011. The All Blacks haven't won a World Cup since the original, Wales are used to going out in the pools, England are still wondering whether Martin Johnson might be a coach, and a whole raft of tier two nations are out for blood. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and his fellow rugby nerd brother for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...
 
Francis Leach and Tony Wilson are off to their fourth World Cup, this time in Russia! Re-live the World Cup day by day held behind the Putin Curtain, interviews with fans and whatever else you might expect from a normal day in Russia. World Cup Road Trip is produced by Nearly Media. www.nearly.com.au/worldcup Artwork by Studio Baker Music by George Parker-Brien
 
Please help me by sharing with friends and supporting! ↓↓↓ Link to YouTube Channel ↓↓↓https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUaRqkQgSHssgc5dKGkOi5Q?view_as=subscriberOn the YouTube channel, other hot cricket topics are discussed. Don't be afraid to subscribe and turn on notifications!↓↓↓ Link to the Official Cricket React© Website ↓↓↓https://cricketreact.wordpress.com/This website serves as a base for all of my media!We also do CRICKET COACHING!↓↓↓ Website ↓↓↓https://handmcricketcoachi.wixsite.co ...
 
Where did the World Coffee Championships come from? How did things go wrong? How were they fixed? Across six episodes, we'll hear from people who come together every year to celebrate specialty coffee and push the industry forward, exploring the role competitions play in different communities and recognizing the large network of volunteers who make these annual events possible. While we're disappointed that the competitions aren't happening this year, we hope this podcast will help us feel m ...
 
In 2007, The Football Ramble was born out of Luke Moore, Pete Donaldson, Marcus Speller and Jim Campbell’s passion for the most popular sport in the world—as well as a shared inability to take themselves too seriously. Since then, the boys have come a very long way: from a best-selling book to sold out live shows. Now, joined by Jules Breach, Kate Mason, Andy Brassell and Vithushan Ehantharajah, the Football Ramble brings you daily episodes of equal parts insight and hilarity. All this and m ...
 
Adrien Belanger hosts Busting Onions, a podcast about sports, movies, music and culture - past, present and future. It's about experiences we share but tend to disagree upon. Join Adrien and his guests as they simplify the complex and complexify (is that a word?) the simple.
 
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This week we wave goodbye to the USA Eagles, who are downed by the Azzurri. We talk Scott Fardy anecdotes, Alberto Sgarbi drop goals, headers in rugby and try to figure out who's quicker: Mirco Bergamasco or Taku Ngwenya? Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Season's Eatings- The famous Pumpkin Spice Latte Today in Geek History- Titanic debuts This Week in Geek- R.I.P. Sean Connery, Netflix producing an Assassin's Creed series, Mandalorian possibly set for five seasons, Cyber Punk 2077 has been delayed, former Spider-Man has thoughts on the Spider-Man/Iron Man relationship...man. Revs and Rex- The Quee…
 
There’s an absolute boatload of football for our own three little ponies to get stuck into on today’s Ramble, as Marcus, Vish and Pete round off another weekend of football. Chelsea and Spurs played out a tense draw that left Frank prickly in the post-match, while José Mourinho was his usual calm and thoughtful self. Elsewhere, West Brom finally go…
 
https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/42231680/download.mp3 Women’s World Football Show, Episode 181 features an exclusive interview with Paris Saint-Germaine goalkeeper Arianna Criscione; soundbites from USWNT striker Christen Press; and Canada Women’s Soccer Head Coach Bev Priestman WARNING: We’re spreading some positive vibes on Episode 181! If y…
 
Women's World Football Show, Episode 181 features an exclusive interview with Paris Saint-Germaine goalkeeper Arianna Criscione; soundbites from USWNT striker Christen Press; and Canada Women’s Soccer Head Coach Bev PriestmanWomen's World Football Show による
 
Alan Feehely is joined by Scandinavian football expert Jonathan Fadugba to look at the rise of Norwegian side Bodø/Glimt, which culminated in their recent title win, and the promising young players throughout Norwegian football.Jonathan is the co-host of the Nordic Football Pod and founder of Just Football.https://twitter.com/nordicfootpodhttps://t…
 
The Europa League threw up some crackers for Marcus, Luke and Vish to get stuck into on today’s episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway. We start with yesterday’s football, as Harry Winks turned into David Beckham and Jamie Vardy saved Leicester’s bacon at Braga. Elsewhere, we look ahead to some of this weekend’s Premier League action as C…
 
Diego, thank you for the memories. Join Kate, Andy and Jim as we look back on all that made the man great: his flaws, his wonderful vindictive streak, his belly slides, and the incredible things he could do with a football. It’s a very special Diego Corner indeed. Elsewhere, football goes on and we spend some time on a difficult night for Liverpool…
 
“Turn It On” tells the stories of the World Coffee Roasting Championship and the Cezve/Ibrik Championships, two competitions with incredibly close-knit communities at their heart. Along the way, co-hosts Anna Oleksak and Sara Al-Ali lead us through stories about navigating subjectivity, all kinds of development, and the lengths we go to for coffee …
 
After a bit of a falling out over who was sitting where in the studio this morning - Emmanuel Dennis style - Marcus, Andy and Pete have made peace for Shteve McClaren’s sake. We reflect on a return to form in the Champions League for Manchester United and doff our caps to Olivier Giroud’s towering header that clinched Chelsea’s knockout spot. Plus,…
 
Football fans: welcome back to your happy place! Alan Pardew: welcome to the army! Jules, Jim and Luke are here to celebrate the scheduled return of (some) football fans to stadiums and the prospect of some normality. It was certainly back to normality for Burnley last night, as they ground out a win in a 1-0 classic, while the 80s detectives derby…
 
If the international break was a scary, alien concept fraught with uncertainty, then this weekend’s Premier League action was like putting on your favourite jumper. Snuggle in with Marcus, Pete and Vish as we mull it all over on today’s episode of the Football Ramble! A vintage José Mourinho performance - on the touchline and in subsequent intervie…
 
Season's Eatings- Fruity Pebbles Cereal 'n Candy and Ginger Sprite This Week in Geek- Wonder Woman 1984 finally hitting theaters and HBOmax, Scream 5 is complete and it gets a title, new James Bond video game in development, Japan has created a poop based mobile app, Freddy Kruger actor Robert Englund joins Stranger Things season 4 cast, Conan O'Br…
 
Welcome to your all-new episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! With that the pesky international break now out of the way, Marcus, Andy and Luke are here to run the rule over the big weekend Premier League games - including Tottenham v Man City, Newcastle v Chelsea and Fulham v Everton. Elsewhere, there's controversy in the email section…
 
Today we move on to Japan's dramatic 23-all draw with Canada in the Brave Blossoms' final game of the tournament. We talk about the evolution of Japanese rugby, unusual TMO directives and more shoddy goal kicking. We also address the latest update in Chad Plato's negotiations with Zebre. A huge thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music.…
 
Austin Miller hosts Adam Brandon, Xavier Zavala, Roberto Rojas and Jordan Florit as they discuss a Matchday 6 full of historic results and stories as Venezuela claim their first ever home win over Chile, Ecuador thrash Colombia and Bolivia claim their first ever point away to Paraguay. They also discuss fairly comfortable wins for Brazil over Urugu…
 
That was more like it, wasn’t it? England cruise past Iceland as Phil Foden and Jack Grealish turn on the style. Not that Jules, Vish and Jim allow themselves to get carried away, of course. Elsewhere, Wales secure a dream promotion to the top tier of the Nations League and Kieffer Moore looks really happy about it, while Scotland go down to Israel…
 
“But I Need It!” continues the story of the World Barista Championships from where we left off in Episode 03, nearly halfway through the competition’s journey, to today. Along the way, co-host Roukiat Delrue leads us through stories of evolutionary meetings, competitors who played in the grey areas of the rules, wildcards, and the drive to “bring t…
 
The Nations League just keeps throwing us curves, as Spain inadvertently hit Germany for six while out for an evening stroll. Join Kate, Vish and Pete for an equally quaint saunter through the latest footballing nonsense on today’s episode of the Football Ramble! Away from the Nations League, we hear of Antonio Conte’s astute predictions while he w…
 
Season's Eatings- Gingerbread Oreo and Vanilla Mint Milk This Week in Geek- Wesley Snipes in talks for Demolition Man 2, there is a new future Superman in DC comics, Buzz Aldrin's space selfie is up for sale, new Spider-Man Marvel Legends figures, new petition to have LeVar Burton host Jeopardy! Baby Yoda cancelled, Starlord to make an appearance i…
 
This little gap in football's relentless onslaught means Marcus, Luke and Pete have time to talk about some managerial changes in the Championship, as two legends at each end of the managerial spectrum take up new roles. Wayne Rooney stepped up at Derby for the time being, while Tony Pulis began his 11th managerial stint after taking the Sheffield …
 
That’s it, then. It’s all over: England are out of the Nations League. Dry your eyes, mate - Marcus, Andy and Jim are here to conduct the post-mortem. England's tentative performance against Belgium saw Jack Grealish impress yet again, but few else were able to stake a meaningful claim for inclusion. We also look over the rest of the weekend’s Nati…
 
Adam, Austin, Tom and eventually Simon discuss matchday 4 of the Conmebol World Cup qualifying series which saw fierce rivals Chile and Peru clash in Santiago. There was plenty of drama in La Paz, Buenos Aires and Barranquilla too while Brazil and Venezuela played out a game to forget.World Football Index による
 
Alan Feehely is joined by Dylan O’Connell and Macdara Ferris to discuss some of the key storylines from this season’s Airtricity League. Some of the topics touched on are Shamrock Rovers’ title win, Cork City’s relegation and Dundalk’s Europa League campaign.World Football Index による
 
It took them 22 years, but they’re back in the big time: Scotland have qualified for a major tournament! Marcus, Luke and Vish are here to celebrate on today’s episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! David Marshall’s penalty heroics helped the Scots claim a famous victory in Serbia, while Northern Irish hearts were broken after a Slovakia…
 
We wind down by looking at Wales' 81-7 victory over Namibia, as we say goodbye to the Welwitschias. Before throwing Namibia a farewell party, we talk about Cate Blanchett, Gordon Bray, Tavis Knoyle and Angelina Jolie. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Vish is back and his nerves are jangling for the Scots. But the Snodfather and an intimidatingly jovial Steve Clark appear to be ready for a historic night in Belgrade. Kate, Andy and Vish also look ahead to Northern Ireland’s crunch tie against Slovakia, reflect on Jude Bellingham’s England call-up and critique Robbie Fowler’s poetry. Plus, we fil…
 
“We Were the Punks” traces the early days of the World Barista Championships from a rag-tag group of volunteers looking to raise specialty coffee awareness to a powerful, monetizable stage grappling with questions of scale and professionalism. Along the way, co-host Sonja Bjork Grant leads us through stories of spit buckets, snakeskin boots, backst…
 
We begin today's episode with the abrupt resignation of Greg Clarke from The FA after he made a string of offensive remarks while discussing diversity in football. Jules, Andy and Jim discuss the fallout and what meaningful actions The FA should take to promote diversity and inclusion within football governance. Elsewhere, we celebrate the return o…
 
Marcus, the only man on Earth currently excited about international football’s return, joins Jim and Pete for another hard-hitting episode of the Football Ramble. Strap yourselves in. England’s friendly against Iceland looks set to go ahead - despite quarantine regulations trying their best to disrupt proceedings - while Didier Deschamps is looking…
 
Season's Eatings- Ben and Jerry's Netflix and Chilled This Week in Geek- R.I.P. Alex Trebek, original TMNT movie producer wants a sequel, Kate Winslet beats Tom Cruise's breath holding record, Andrew Lincoln to play Scrooge, Johnny Depp removed from Fantastic Beasts franchise. Revs and Rex- Rick and Morty season 4 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (…
 
Fancy a bit of extra chaos in your football life? Then get involved with the first round of the FA Cup! Kate, Luke and Pete certainly have on today’s episode of the Football Ramble. Alongside those upsets, penalty shoot-out wins and goals from inside the halfway line, we look back at a swathe of Premier League action from the weekend. Southampton, …
 
https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/41867087/download.mp3 Women’s World Football Show, Episode 180 features soundbites from US Women’s National Team Players Lindsey Horan, Sophia Smith, Lynn Williams and Abby Dahlkemper With the COVID pandemic still raging and the USA presidential elections, it’s an interesting (and STRESSFUL) time in the world. T…
 
Marcus, Jim and Luke are here for a bumper edition of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! Liverpool take on Man City this weekend, but are Southampton going to storm aboard and make off with the Premier League booty? Elsewhere, it’s crunch time for Sean Dyche’s Burnley as they face Brighton, who have been without egomaniac Neal Maupay after an "…
 
Scottish "meme legend" Graham Love joins us to relive a dramatic, controversial, pulsating and heartbreaking match as Scotland are downed by Argentina. We recall Dan Parks' impactful cameo, Felipe Contepomi's transition to becoming a villain and arguably "the greatest solo try in World Cup history", as scored by Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino. A huge tha…
 
Marcus, Pete and Andy pore over another intriguing night in the Champions League after Manchester United were undone by an inspired Demba Ba and some bizarrely forgetful defending. Meanwhile, Chelsea’s miserliness continues and Timo Werner seized penalty-taking duties. The chaps also talk about football’s troubling connection to dementia after news…
 
This week, we’re excited to launch the second episode of the World Coffee Championships Podcast. “Paint a Picture” traces the history and evolution of the World Latte Art Championship through the medium itself, from early etchings to the innovative realistic pours that grace the competition’s stage today. Along the way, co-host Rie Moustakis leads …
 
Last night’s Champions League saw another set of impressive displays for Liverpool and Manchester City - Pep is even giving his players a day off! Surely there’s got to be a catch. Marcus, Andy and Jim are back in the studio to review the action as Diogo Jota leads Liverpool’s line with aplomb, Fernan Torres bags another goal, and Andre Villas-Boas…
 
Whisper it: Leicester City are on the verge of another title. If they play as well as they did last night in their next 31 games, it’s theirs for the taking! Marcus, Andy and Jim are here with reaction to Leicester’s dismantling of Leeds Utd, who looked a bit more nervous and tentative than in recent games. We also look over Fulham’s first win of t…
 
Each Premier League match seems to be falling into one of two categories: ‘chaotic goal-fest’ or ‘tedious, dull nonsense’. Join Jules, Luke and Pete on today’s episode as we sort through this weekend’s games. Southampton’s annihilation of Aston Villa certainly fits into the former category, as free-kick extraordinaire James Ward-Prowse showed his c…
 
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