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Host Gabe Lezra is joined by Managing Madrid staff writers Bozz, Marc Craig and Mike Platania to break down Real Madrid's disappointing 2-1 loss to rivals FC Barcelona in the most recent edition of Spanish football's greatest match, El Clasico. The guys break down each aspect of the match, from Real Madrid's dominance during the first hour of the match, to the different players that were responsible for that form, and even to the hopes they have for the side moving forward this season. Then, they break down some of the mistakes: they chat about who was responsible for the goals, why Madrid seemed to lose energy down the stretch, the atrocious refereeing, and what Barcelona's win means for this Liga season. Is everything over? Should Madrid fans lose heart? And why on earth do people insist on blaming Gareth Bale for everything?
Radio Angola (RA): Eis os temas abordados na 19ª Edição da revista Semanal, transmitido no dia 2 de Maio de 2015 e apresentado por Serafim de Oliveira com comentários e análises de Carlos Lopes:
Os direitos dos trabalhadores em Angola com a nova Lei Geral do Trabalho sem auscultação dos Sindicatos e Sociedade Civil.
Mais um aumento surpresa dos combustíveis e o custo de vida dos Angolanos.
- As suspeitas e dúvidas do que aconteceu aos cidadãos que estavam junto aos fiéis da seita de Kalupeteca.
- A diversificação da economia Angolana no quadro da SADC e a zona livre de comércio continental.
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Stauber and Heinzo are back for another great week of world soccer action, as they welcome former US National team, Premier League, and MLS goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann to the show to talk about the promotion/relegation race going on in England. We'll look at the teams in the promotion battle in the Championship along with which Premier League teams are fighting to get out of the relegation zone. We'll talk about Chelsea's title hunt and Liverpool's danger of dropping out of the top 6, along with Manchester United's disastrous result against Everton last week.
We take a look at Montreals run to the CONCACAF Champions League Final, where they lost 5-3 on aggregate to Club America. We'll talk MLS and the log jam in the Western Conference, including Seattle's 1-0 win over Portland in the Cascadia Cup match last Sunday, and Houston's 4-4 draw with Kansas City.
We'll look at the German Cup semifinal that saw Bayern Munich crash out on penalties to Borussia Dortmund as they get ready for their Champions League match with Barcelona next week. Speaking of...we'll give you one last look at the Champions League matchups before the games next week. It's all here for you on From The Touchline in Seattle
Jared Pine and Pete Ziebron discuss Kei Nishikori's title defense in Barcelona as well as earlier than expected losses from Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer. Meanwhile a Spaniard was able to win a title last week as Guillermo Garcia-Lopez got back on track in Bucharest. This week's ATP action features 3 250's as Roger Federer and Andy Murray play in Istanbul and Munich respectively and 6 Challengers are also being contested on 4 continents. Join Jared and Pete as they cover the entire ATP spectrum on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.
Mark Kovacs, Ph.D is a world renowned expert in excercise physiology and specifically as it pertains to Tennis Players.
Host Jeff Greenwald author of The Best Tennis of Your Life, examines the theme of raising and training resilient athletes.
We are back today for BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play. Lots of things have happened in the past two weeks in the world of football. We will discuss Jurgen Klopp's departure from Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season. Jurgen Klopp is a hot commodity especially his desire to manage in the Premier League, so where does he see fit? Manchester City? Liverpool? Arsenal? With Klopp's departure, how would it affect Borussia Dortmund for its future? We will relive Dortmund's win after Klopp's announcement, plus Bayern Munich again dominates, and Wolfsburg cools down. In Italy, we had the Milan derby with AC Milan taking on Inter Milan, and Juventus continue to dominate Serie A. We will look back at Major League Soccer, quick recap of the Argentina Primera Division, James Rodriguez dominating at Real Madrid, Barcelona stay a-top. However, the Barclays Premier League is it's conclusion. We will have all the post match reaction between the Chelsea vs. Manchester United encounter, plus Manchester City finally get a long awaited win. We will discuss the bottom half of the table as well. The FA Cup semifinals were decided, and Aston Villa will take on Arsenal in the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium on May the 30th. Finally, Champions League and Europa League reaction. We have so much to talk about, so don't forget to join us tonight at 6:00 PM EST/11:00 PM UK time. You can call us at 347-637-3859 if you're domestic in the U.S. or Canada, or you can tweet us @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY. If you're abroad, you can also click on the live Skype link when the show starts.
David Salazar of LatinPost.com returns to the show to discuss the quarterfinals of Champions League and the start of the National Hockey League (NHL) playoffs.
Ed wants to talk to Dave about how the hell Porto thrashed mighty Bayer Munich 3-1, can Real Madrid come through against crosstown rival Atletico Madrid like they did last year, and if this Luis Suarez's breakout party on the Champions League stage even after having chomped his way out of the World Cup.
Fuz will get into with Dave and discuss whether his beloved Washington Capitals are showing signs of a first round collapse against Dave's New York Islanders after losing Game 1. Will they fall again in the first round yet again or will Alexander Ovechkin finally find the regular-season magic? The fellas will also discuss what's the proper punishment for PK Subban who can't seem to stay out of trouble after breaking rookie Mark Stone's wrist.
The Managing Madrid Podcast is back, as host Gabe Lezra is joined by Josh Zeitlin and Bozz to discuss Real Madrid's recent form after Los Blancos' 0-0 draw against Atlético Madrid in the Champions League. Real Madrid has been on a better run of form since the side lost to Barcelona in the Camp Nou, and with a second leg against Atlético looming on the horizon, Gabe, Josh and Bozz break down los blancos' title chances. Are things really as bleak as they seam? Will Madrid be able to make it out of the round against Atleti, despite their horrendous record against los colchoneros this year? And if not, what will happen? Is Ancelotti on the cutting block? What about Casillas, Coentrao, and others?
All this and more on this week's Managing Madrid Podcast.
Scott (@scottdkessler) and CJ (@cj_zfg) host guests to talk about the Philadelphia Union's first win of the season, NYC soccer, soccer art, the passing of the great Eduardo Geleano and more.
Guest segments (all times in EDT), show airs 4:00-6:00 pm:
Michael Lahoud, Philadelphia Union midfielder @MikeLahoud, 4:05-4:20 pm
Elliott Turner, author of "Real Madrid & Barcelona: the Making of a Rivalry" and founder @Futfanatico, 5:00-5:30 pm
Daniel Nyari, NYC based soccer artist with @FutbolArtNet, 5:35-6:00 pm
At 5:30 PM EST/10:30 PM UK time, the BDSIR Network brings you another episode of No Foul Play. After a week of International fixtures, league play have resumed as the leagues are on the final stretch of the season. In Spain, Real Madrid resumed their winning ways by trashing lowly Granada 9-1. Cristiano Ronaldo was able to score five in his encounter, plus the return of James Rodriguez after a lengthy two month sideline from injury. Barcelona look to widen the gap as they take on Celta Vigo, Atletico Madrid win, and a tasty match between Valencia and Villarreal to add suspense for the final straight qualification in the UEFA Champions League next season.
Ligue 1 has title implications today as Marseille takes on PSG. Whom came out on top in this French match? Hugo lost a bet to Ric after Borussia Dortmund fell to Bayern Munich 1-0 from the Signal Iduna Park. However, did Bayern Munich's performance convince? Major League Soccer has impressed some of us in the show, as the Chicago Fire, MLS's perhaps worst team, have won two in a row by beating money powered Toronto FC as Ric and Andy will cover some MLS talk. Hugo will also talk a bit about football in South America.
Finally, in the Barclays Premier League, Sunderland were able to pull away from the relegation zone, as QPR, Leicester City, and Burnley were able to add points to their table, but Hull City and Aston Villa both fall. What about the top four? Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United all win, Manchester City as a game at hand, but both Southampton and Liverpool lose major ground in the top four spots. It seems that the top four are signed, sealed, and delivered, but how will it all pan out at the end of the season?
Jam packed show for you guys tonight. The number to call is (347) 637-3859 if you're in the U.S. or Canada, or you can Skype into the show by clicking on the live show link at the start of the show. You can also tweet us directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY!
Have you noticed anything strange about media coverage of the Germanwings Airbus A320 crash? Any contradictions, anomalies, or holes in the story? You're not alone! The farcical trial by-media of 27-year-old co-pilot Andreas Lubitz - immediately blamed for taking control of, and then deliberately crashing, the Barcelona-to-Dusseldorf Flight 9525 into the French Alps on March 24th - has been stunning to behold. But could this outrageous conspiracy theory actually be an important clue to what really happened to the plane?
Join your hosts as they go Behind the Headlines to find out what really happened to Germanwings Flight 9525 - Sunday, 5 April 2015, from 2-4pm EST / 11am-1pm PST / 7-9pm UTC / 8-9pm CET. If you have any comments or questions, join the chatroom or call into the show!
The Behind the Headlines talkshow takes place each Sunday on the SOTT Radio Network, the radio network of SOTT.net, your media source for independent, unbiased, alternative news and commentary on world events. Analyzing global impact events that shape our world and future, and connecting the dots to reveal the bigger picture obscured by mainstream programming, Behind the Headlines is current affairs for people who think.
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