SORT BY Relevancy
Jack and Robert are back and we swear that we won't make any predictions. Three matches without a prediction, and three wins for Aston Villa. The latest was last weekend's 0-4 drubbing of Sunderland at the Stadium of Light that led to Gus Poyet getting fired. Nice to be on the other side of that for once.
We'll take a look at the relegation race as it stands after the weekend. With their win, Villa look much better, but Burnleytook a surprising 1-0 against Manchester City and made safety a bit harder to achieve. Jerks. We'll also be taking your questions from Twitter and Facebook.
And of course we'll glance ahead at this weekend's match against Swansea. The last before a two-week international break. Can Villa keep up their winning ways?
Should Aston Villa try to get former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes? A lot of fans think that would be a great thing for the club to do, so Jack and Robert tackle the issue the week.
We also take a look at what teams you should be rooting for this weekend in the Premier League to best help Aston Villa avoid relegation. Here's a hint: we want Fulham and Norwich to lose.
And of course we've got a preview of this weekend's trip to Swansea City. All on this week's Holtecast!
This is our Post-Match show of Fulham vs. Swansea City
In this episode, we first looked back at the 1-1 draw for Fulham against Southampton at Craven Cottage on Boxing Day. Later on, we previewed the upcoming match for Fulham against Swansea.
We were also joined by Simon Peach who covers Fulham for the Press Association with an interview. Please take a listen.
It's a shorty! The EPL is raring to go, so Daryl and Taylor make their Very Specific Predictions for Manchester United vs Swansea City and Liverpool vs Southampton.
In this Post-Match show, we looked back at the 2-1 loss for Fulham against Swansea at Craven Cottage. Co-hosting this episode was Dan Crawford from Hammyend.com.
We discussed the positives and the negatives in this match along with reading tweets from Fulham fans who shared their thoughts on this game. Please do take a listen.
A messed up life and totally wore out by satan describes where Apostle Karen Dunham had come from. The Lord saved her and her son Blake from the clutches of the mafia 11 years ago, and she has followed Jesus Christ without looking back. From the deepest pit to a position in God is how she describes where the Lord has placed her today.
Karen Dunham first visited Israel around 10 years ago with Swansea Bible College on a governmental invitation. She was introduced to the city of Jericho (an off limits city for tourist) in 2002 on tour, then returned in 2003. She was told by a Jerusalem priest, “if you will feed these people [meaning the Palestinian refugees], ‘You will win the city for the Lord.” This was the sword of the Lord she ran with.
today she is a Apostle/Director at Living Bread International Church Jerusalem
Past: Living Bread International Church and I Work for the Lord, Atlanta, Ga.
Join Travel Brigade as we roam around South Wales exploring the castles, the coast and everything in between. We’ll talk about all of the historical and modern sites and activities to be found in the city of Cardiff, and then head west to Swansea and St. David’s. Once there, we’ll visit the coast to find outdoor recreation both on the land and in the water. Along the way, we’ll hit some of the many castles to be found in the area while letting you know about the warmth and hospitality of the Welsh people. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
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Unleash YOUR Potential with Special Guest Sheila Inglis, Vice Chair (Lay) of CNHC -Sheila is an independent researcher and consultant, with comprehensive experience in professional education and regulation in health and social care. Since establishing SMCI Associates in 2005, Sheila has led more than 50 commissions across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Before then, Sheila worked in leadership positions in:
· The NHS (National Coordinator Of Research And Educational Quality Assurance with NHS Education for Scotland);
· Higher Education (Assistant Director with the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council, Director of Access to Higher Education with University of Wales, Swansea); and
· The voluntary sector (Head of Policy and Research with Children in Scotland).
The CNHC is the UK voluntary regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners that was set up in 2008 with government funding and support. In February 2013 CNHC published an account of its First Five Years of operation.
The key purpose of CNHC is to act in the public interest and enable proper public accountability of the complementary therapists that it registers.
Join us tonight to discover how the United Kingdom regulates Natural and Alternate Health care disciplines.
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