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After a long hiatus, we are back this weekend for another installment of BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play. On tonight's agenda, Andy and Hugo discuss the state of the Premier League. It has been an insane season with champions Chelsea dead close to the relegation spot. Manchester City, Arsenal, and Manchester United seem to be the favourites to win the Premier League this year, but can Leicester City spoil the party? We will also talk about Swansea City's demise in the Premier League. We also give our thoughts on the upcoming Christmas fixtures ofr the Premier League. Whom will be the biggest winners and losers coming out of that time?
We will speak on the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Manchester United's demise in the Champions League. Plus, we will speak on the Euro 2016 draw, the European leagues, and more tonight at 6:30 PM EST/11:30 PM EST!
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Show's Twitter: @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY
Mike and Tim will resolve their UEFA Champions League group stage batsu game, will make their picks for the upcoming college bowl season, and other topics that may come up over the course of discussion.
This week on the Get More Sports World Tour Soccer Podcast, your host Ej Garr returns with a a Europa League preview that is a must listen for the players out there who like their action.
We give our listeners the run-down of everything you need to know, as matchday 6 in Europa League wraps up the group stage while the round of 32 awaits.
The top two clubs from each Europa League group will join the eight second place clubs in Champions League group stage to make up the next stage of the tournament, while the Champions League campaign moves on to the knockout round of 16.
Ej offers plays and predictions for the Thursday slate of Europa League matches, while also reviewing the last two days of Champions League that brought group stage to an end.
Be on the lookout for the drawing of the balls on December 14, as UEFA reveals the knockout stage pairings. We will follow that up with our own preview of the round of 16 in Champions League on the Get More Sports home page. as we keep you up to date throughout the world's most recognized club competition.
On this edition of BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play, we are going the full two-hours discussing all the leagues in the world. We will continue to discuss Chelsea's demise in the Barclays Premier League, plus we remember how full the Manchester derby was at Old Trafford between Manchester United and Manchester City. We will also dissect all of the remaining clubs in the Premier League. We asked our audience if Tim Sherwood should have been sacked, whom will get relegated in this tight relegation race. Tweet us your answers on @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY.
We discussed in depth how fantastic Serie A has been this season. With Juventus going through their selling spree, whom will come out on top in Italy? We also discuss the Bundesliga and Hugo finally gives us his insights why he believes it is the second best league in the world. In your opinion, listeners, which are the best leagues in the world? Does Hugo make a point?
Finally, we discuss the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, MLS, and your news all recorded in a jampacked two hours of non-stop football talk!
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Football fans all around the world, we are back with a UEFA Champions League review show! No live show this week as Hugo is on holiday in beautiful Tampa, Florida, however, Andy and Hugo did record a show for the UEFA Champions League matchdays from this past week. We apologise to everyone that we have been missing in action, however, we are trying to come up with a better format for these shows so we could give you content weekly. This episode recorded on Wednesday right after the matchdays for NFP: Extra Time will fill in it's entirety. We will discuss all of the action of the Champions League. We shall be back next weekend with a brand new edition of BDSIR Network: No Foul Play!
Welcome to The Inscriber Media Network, home of "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab", the 2015 Online Media Award Winning Podcast by What A Fan, hosted by "The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli and "The Apprentice" Andrew Gluchov. This is not the average everyday sports show they are bringing to the air waves. "The Mad Scientist" has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. Be prepared for "mad science" sports talk at its best.
At 10pm, we welcome back Allie Fontana for her weekly segment "Allie's Fantasy Alley" to delve into the starts and sits, injuries, and more about Week 7 for your fantasy football needs. At 1030pm, we have a very special guest, as we welcome NHRA Pro Mod Champion Dina Parise of Dina Parise Racing to talk about her life on and off the track, the trials of being a drag dracing owner, and winning her first world title. At 11pm, we have Phil Naegely of Stoppage Time and Playing for 90 to talk about the world of futbol/soccer - MLS, UEFA Qualifying, FIFA scandal, and more. Finally at 1130 - The Mad Scientist and The Professor delve into "The News Of The Week" - Tristan Thompson, Louisville, Clinton Portis and Jim Zorn,.
The beacons are lit, the experiments are on the board, and the test subjects are at the ready. The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab is officially open for business.
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0:00 - 4:35 Manchester City fans in trouble for booing the UEFA Champions League anthem.
4:35 - 25:32 In-depth review of Arsenal's win over Bayern Munich, including a disagreement about Hector Bellerin.
25:32 - 33:45 Previewing Manchester United vs Manchester City, with Very Specific Predictions. Plus: big test ahoy for DeAndre Yedlin in the Tyne-Wear derby.
33:45 - 36:00 MLS Hashbrowns Decision Day!
36:00 41:45 Discussing Jurgen Klinsmann, technical director. Stories referenced are Grant Wahl for Sports Illustrated:
Wendy Thomas for American Soccer Now:
41:45 - 51:48 Two new scouts for the TSS Scouting Network, including a Minnesota-born USMNT prospect and a young Aston Villa striker.
We preview the Champions League Final, profiling the strengths and weaknesses of Barcelona and Juventus, suggesting the best way to stop Leo Messi (which involves treating him like Freddie Kreuger—trust us, it will make sense if you listen) and making our traditional very specific predictions about what will happen in this game.
Also: a note at the top of the show about spoilers and how we plan to be more considerate going forward.
Check back with us on Thursday afternoon for our bumper Women's World Cup prevoew show, and on Friday for our US U20 vs Ukraine and USMNT vs Netherlands reviews.
In this episode we are privileged to spend time with the godfather of soccer talk in the United States, Nick Geber. Nick is the host of World Soccer Radio, which you can listen to every weeknight at 9pm Eastern. You can find it on UStream, TuneIn, or on your local radio station. Find out more on facebook and twitter by searching for World Soccer Radio. You can find Nick on twitter @nickgeber.
Nick is going to educate our listeners today about the most popular club tournament in the world: The UEFA Champions League. He'll talk about the ever evolving club vs. country debate, the current and future clubs to watch in this tournament, Financial Fair Play and how this affects a possibly breakaway competing tournament, and much more.
Join hosts Stephen Heiner, Per Lahti, and Ryan Shea Hourigan as we spend some time discussing these issues with Nick. We will also take questions on twitter (@TBeautifulGame).
Season 1 of the Beautiful Game will feature 4 special episodes focusing on one aspect of our show. This is episode 3 of that series. Previous shows have focused on MLS and the BPL.
The Beautiful Game is a soccer podcast devoted to educating the newest fans of the world's most popular sport. We cover the latest news in UEFA Champions League, Barclays Premier League, Major League Soccer, and World Cup. We believe you can understand where you are and where you are going if you understand where you came from, so we also feature interviews with soccer writers and journalists to give a broader historical perspective to current news. We will also periodically review rules and regulations so the newer listener can bring a greater context to enjoying our favorite sport.
The Beautiful Game is a production of the AMDG Radio Network. All Rights are Reserved.
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.
0:00 - 12:45 Robert Lewandowski's five goals in nine minutes for Bayern Munich, DeAndre Yedlin's semi-successful Sunderland debut, a new nickname for the USMNT.
12:45 - 17:-10 What are those semi-circles at the top of the 18-yard-box for?
17:10 - 29:00 TSS Scouting Network assignments, featuring a NYRB academy player, Bolton's great young English forward, and a dribbly midfielder from UVA.
29:00 - 42:10 The most iconic soccer cleats of all time.
42:10 - 51:45 TSS Scouting Network assignments, featuring the 16-year-old NYRB player who scored against Chelsea, the son of one of Africa's greatest ever players, and the Croatian defender whose tackle doubles as a first touch.
51:45 - 1:03:10 Which players could benefit from a change of position?
1:03:10 - 1:14:10 TSS Scouting Network assignments, featuring a swervy Uruguayan, a human mirror, and a young RSL defender.
1:14:10 - 1:23:32 Why do Kazakhstan, Georgia and Azerbaijan play in UEFA instead of the AFC?
Barcelona vs. Juventus UEFA Champions League Final Review, USWNT vs Australia Women's World Cup Prev
0:00 - 35:00 Review of the Champions League Final, including how Barcelona beat Juventus, why Leo Messi was playing so many switch-field passes, the importance of Luis Suarez and the over-caffeination of Arturo Vidal.
35:00 - 43:26 Quick Women's World Cup roundup, plus specific predictions for USWNT vs Australia.
We'll be back early Tueday morning with a review of that game.
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