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  • 00:20

    Listener Questions and Manchester United-Liverpool Predictions

    in Soccer

    On the newest episode of The Total Soccer Show...

    0:00-30:52 - Listener questions, featuring (possibly) apocryphal Ian Rush quotes, Thor's anger, the confirmation that England is an island, and communist scarves.

    30:52-39:38 - Expanding the TSS Scouting Network

    39:38-Close - Specific predictions for Manchester United v Liverpool (Saturday, 12:30pm on NBC).

  • 00:36

    Travel Today - Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall, Montego Bay Jamaica

    in Travel

    This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Montego Bay, Jamaica and the Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall.We’ll talk about jerk chicken with Ovan Morrison, an alumnus of legendary Scotchies (who’s now the head jerk chef at the Hyatt), and haunted golf courses (Peter has a personal experience) with golf pro Keith Stein, who runs the White Witch course. All of that and more comes from the Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Rose Hall.

  • 01:01

    From The Touchline in Seattle

    in Sports

    Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back this week to talk about the week that was, and the week that will be in world soccer. The Champions League is off and running and hearts are broken in Manchester. Not to mention Arsene Wenger is wondering what happened in Croatia and Jose Mourinho is laughing that he's the only English team to win in the Champions League this week. Onto the weekend, Wenger and Mourinho will face off once again in what has become the best managerial matchup and we'll talk about it. The MLS is getting interesting as we close in on the playoffs and we'll talk about that as well. As always nobody is safe for Stauber's Bottom 3 and we'll see who the best in the world was for the week according to Heinzo's World XI. It's all here today at 9am.


  • 00:34

    Champions League, USMNT U23s, US Open Cup, NWSL Championship reviews, plus Arsenal vs Man Utd and Ba

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    0:00 - 4:30 Sponsors Coca-Cola and McDonald's ask for Sepp Blatter's resignation from FIFA.

    4:30 - 15:55 Wednesday's Champions League action, including Man Utd's win over Wolfsburg, how Fabian Johnson fared against Manchester City, and Cristiano Ronalod's record-breaking goal.

    15:55 - 23:38 US Open Cup Final review, including in-depth analysis of Vincent Nogueira's incredible pass.

    23:38 - 42:12 Reviewing the US U-23s win over Canada, including some Jordan Morris and Cameron Carter-Vickers.

    42:12 50:45 NWSL Championship review — all hail Lauren Holiday neé Cheney! (and A-Rod!)

    50:45 - 58:50 Arsenal vs Manchester United preview

    58:50 - 1:13:10 Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund preview

    1:13:10 - 1:19:51 - Mexico's CONCACAF Cup roster

  • From The Touchline in Seattle

    in Sports

    What a week it's been in the world of soccer and Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back to cover it all. We've got everything you need to know on the Champions League, including a Manchester United win over Wolfsburg and embarrassing defeats for Chelsea and Arsenal. Speaking of embarrassing, Liverpool could barely muster a draw against Swiss side Sion at Anfield ahead of their massive Mersyside Derby on Sunday, which could likely be Brendan Rodgers last match in charge of the Reds. Also on Sunday in the Premier League we have United visiting Arsenal at the Emirates in a game that could put Arsene Wenger's future further in doubt. The MLS playoff race is as muttled and unpredictable as ever and another weekend of important games will hopefully clear things up a bit. After missing last week's edition, Staubs is back with the Bottom 3 and Heinzo's World XI surely won't disappoint, and don't miss as the boys bring back the 2-touch segment. It's all here at 9am PST, Noon EST.

  • 01:00

    From The Touchline in Seattle

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    Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen return to the airwaves again this week to cover the world of soccer from a Seattle perspective. The boys will dive into the Barclay's Premier League and talk about the first potential managerial sacking of the season. Will it be Brendan Rogers? Maybe Dick Advocaat, or perhaps Steve McLaren? Chelsea v Arsenal provided the typical fireworks and Staubs and Heinzo will talk Mourinho, Costa, and of course Ansene Wenger. Manchester United seems to have found the #9 they have been looking for in new teenage sensation Anthony Martial. See what they have to say about all things Premier League. The CONCACAF Champions League is moving to the knockout rounds and the boys will cover the remaining 8 teams and their chances of winning. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller have taken goal scoring to another level for Bayern Munich and the boys will talk about this fantastic duo and the chances it gives Munich for a UEFA Champions League title this year. The MLS season is coming to a close and playoff spots are at a premium. Will Portland make it? Will Didier Drogba lead Montreal into the playoffs? Will Seattle's late season signings and resurgence put them on the same level as LA Galaxy heading into the playoffs? All questions MLS will be answered along with Stauber's Bottom 3 and Heinzo's World XI. Catch them Friday at 9am PST noon EST.

  • 01:00

    #194 Understanding Business with John Kershaw, Creator of the Bristlr app.

    in Business

    Host Peter J. Lamont Esq. talks with John Kershaw, Creator of Bristlr. John Kershaw, lives in Manchester (UK) and came up with the idea for Bristlr whilst procrastinating at work. Prior to creating a beard-related social network he was a freelance software developer. 

    It started as something of a joke in October 2014, now Bristlr has created more than quarter of a million connections between those with beards, and those who want to stroke them. The app has grown into a fully fledged and feature rich dating service used in more than 100 cities around the world.

    Bristlr is available on the web at bristlr.com, and as a free Android and iOS app.

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  • 00:09

    Why Publishing A Book Gives Your Instant Authority On A Subject

    in Business

    Why Publishing A Book Gives Your Instant Authority On A Subject is our topic on The Core Businesss Show with Tim Jacquet. You probably won't make much money, but a book can be a great marketing tool and credibility builder. When corporate philanthropy consultant Susan Hyatt wrote a book, Strategy for Good: Business Giving Strategies for the 21st Century, it went on to win four publishing awards and got testimonials from top execs at Pfizer, Timberland, and Starbucks. Most important, it caught the attention of potential clients. "It does open doors," she says. "The credibility is big. If people know you've written a book, they do take notice. It's attracted new business for me, for sure." Yet it sold just 1,000 copies. Books by or about entrepreneurs rarely sell well (unless they include the name Musk, Gates, Jobs, or Buffett), so if you're considering writing a book, know that you most likely won't make a dime. In fact, if you self-publish instead of working through a traditional publisher, you could spend tens of thousands of dollars. That's why you should treat your book like a marketing investment that you can use to boost your company's bottom line. Apple Capital Group, Inc. and The Core Business Show

  • HRExaminer Radio: Daniel Carusi, Vice President & CLO, Deltek

    in Business

    As current Vice President & Chief Learning Officer at Deltek, Dan Carusi doesn’t know which he likes more – teaching or learning. A father of two, Scout leader and coach, Dan is often learning as much from the kids as they are learning from him (or possibly more). With more than 25 years of experience, Dan is responsible for overseeing Deltek University and the Talent & Learning organization, where he oversees all aspects of talent management, leadership development, organizational design & performance, global employee & customer education and Human Capital consulting – often using what he learns from the kids as tools for teaching, with the end goal of making life-long learners out of everyone.

    Prior to Deltek, Dan held leadership positions with Learning Tree International, Verizon Business, MCI, AT&T Government Markets and Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, offering a unique blend of industry experience to include hospitality, telecom and training.

    Dan is the recipient of multiple Learning in Practice awards from CLO Magazine as well as Brandon Hall Excellence awards for his work in Talent and Learning. Dan was also previously a full-time Contributor to Fistful of Talent, publishing articles monthly challenging the latest trends in Talent Management. He most recently co-authored “Organizational Change Management for Dummies.”

    Leadership Council. Dan, along with the 1989 Men’s Track & Field team, was recently inducted into the Moravian College Hall of Fame.

  • 00:43

    Conversations with Sapphire J Blue - Tyora Moody - Hostile Eyewitness: Serena Ma

    in Writing

    Hostile Eyewitness: Serena Manchester Series Book One (Urban Books)Depressed because of complications of a head injury, Serena Manchester seeks solitude in the hometown she left almost twenty-five years before. Unknown to Serena, her hometown's landscape has changed and unseemly elements have seeped into the quaint Southern seaport town.One night Serena witnesses a gang-related crime. She thinks she recognizes one of the young men, but chooses not to identify him. What if her brain injury has altered her perceptions? Her estranged family has already reminded her why she left town in the first place. Drawing attention to herself and perhaps endangering her well-being is the last thing Serena needs.When tragedy strikes close to home, however, Serena can no longer keep her head in the sand. Serena feels responsible, and her reporter skills kick in. Much to the dismay of the local police, she decides to start her own investigation.