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India's first Football podcast brought to you by three football enthusiasts. Join us for the weekly twaddling. Discussing the weekend gone by, draft fantasy pics, special section on Indian football and phone-in chats with football enthusiasts.
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THE CRACK PODCAST unites US Soccer and World Cup legends DaMarcus Beasley and Oguchi Onyewu with Mabricio Wilson of Futbolr Clothing for candid conversations and debates amongst the three close friends, joined weekly by some of soccer’s most recognized names. Tune in to get real unfiltered opinions from the hosts as we the ask some of the most anticipated questions the football community has long awaited.
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BT Sport brings you closer to the heart of the game with Michael Calvin's Football People, The weekly podcast features the best writers, addressing the biggest issues, and an in depth interview, conducted by the host, an award winning author and journalist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Ricardo Montes de Oca, Alejandro Villegas, Juan Carlos Guerrero y Bruno Gómez hablan de los temas más relevantes de la actualidad deportiva... y mucho más. Para contenido diario, visita nuestra página en Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elcamerinoplus
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Joe Cole joins Michael Calvin, Jonathan Northcroft and Miguel Delaney to discuss the Conference League and Champions League finals. They pay tribute to the tactical diversity of modern Italian teams, but foresee redemption for West Ham's David Moyes, and a milestone achievement by Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/pri…
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Manchester United's Christian Eriksen joins Michael Calvin to look forward to the FA Cup final, and to give an insight into his instinctive approach to the game. Seb Stafford Bloor and Tony Hodson dwell on the implications of Manchester City's dominance, assess their natural challengers, and discuss the bouncebackability of this season's relegated …
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On the eve of perhaps the last game in a 47 year career, Roy Hodgson, at 75, offers Michael Calvin a masterclass in management and coaching. His impact on club and country is assessed by Paul Hayward and Dominic Fifield, who also discuss relegation, elite football's lack of romanticism, and the need for a militant approach to racial abuse. Hosted o…
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Marco Silva, shortlisted for the Premier League Manager of the year award joins Michael Calvin to discuss his influences, achievements, and trademark intensity. John Cross and Miguel Delaney praise his maturity at Fulham, and take an all-encompassing look at the challenges facing modern football, in the light of Manchester City's domination. Hosted…
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West Ham striker highlights the importance of winning a European trophy, and looks to the past and the future with Michael Calvin.. Paul Hayward and David Preece dwell on the lessons of his career, the significance of Manchester City's Champions League return leg against Real Madrid, and a rapidly developing race to avoid relegation. Hosted on Acas…
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Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper gives Michael Calvin an insight into the principles and pressures involved in the attempt to stay in the Premier League. Jonathan Northcroft and Tony Hodson praise his approach, and assess Forest's relegation rivals before dwelling on the problems faced by Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp. Hosted on Acast. See a…
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Leeds striker Patrick Bamford gives Michael Calvin a timely insight into the strains of the scramble to avoid relegation. Lucy Ward and Adrian Clarke assess their chances of survival, and reach an identical conclusion : Manchester City will be Premier League champions for the third successive season. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more …
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Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings joins Michael Calvin to discuss the impact of Unai Emery's coaching, and his rise from Academy reject to England international. John Cross and Richard Amofa assess Villa's chances of European qualification, look forward to the FA Cup semi finals, and suggest Arsenal will fail to prevent Manchester City winning a tr…
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With a treble still possible, Erik Ten Hag gives Michael Calvin an insight into the influences and philosophy shaping a successful first season as Manchester United manager. Jonathan Northcroft and David Preece assess his impact in the context of the unique threat represented by Manchester City, who will never have a better chance to win the Champi…
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Michael Calvin discusses the principles of football leadership, and Brighton's elevation from near-extinction with the club's chief executive, Paul Barber. They are joined by Paul Hayward and Tony Hodson, who examine the race for a top four place in the light of Tottenham's implosion. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Chris Wilder joins Michael Calvin to discuss the role of Firemen managers, a role undertaken by him at Watford and by Roy Hodgson at Crystal Palace. Adrian Clarke and David Preece discuss the pressures and practicalities of the job, which reflects the increasing financial importance of promotion to, and survival in, the Premier League. Hosted on Ac…
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James Milner discusses the pros and cons of a coaching career with Michael Calvin, as Liverpool face a summer of change. They're joined by Miguel Delaney and Dominic Fifield, who look forward to the quarter final draw in the Champions League, assess the last eight in the FA Cup, and criticise a bloated 2026 World Cup. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com…
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With pressure on managers and players reaching unprecedented levels, campaigner Marvin Sordell joins Michael Calvin to discuss football's approach to mental health. Anne Marie Batson and Adrian Clarke offer their views, and also consider the fallout from the Champions League for Chelsea, Spurs and PSG. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for mor…
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World Cup winner Emi Martinez gives Michael Calvin a unique insight into the mentality that has made him, in the eyes of FIFA, the world's best goalkeeper. Goalkeeping coach David Preece and Richard Amofa assess his impact, and address a range of domestic issues, including the rise and rise of Manchester United under Erik Ten Hag. Hosted on Acast. …
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Aston Villa manager Unai Emery gives Michael Calvin a fascinating insight into why the Basque region is producing so many influential coaches. John Cross and Tony Hodson assess his impact, and look at the background to Sunday's League Cup final between Newcastle and Manchester United. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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No current manager has been in charge of more Premier League games than David Moyes. He shares his unrivalled experience with Michael Calvin, Paul Hayward and Jonathan Northcroft in an episode that touches on Manchester City's title challenge, Liverpool's chance for renewal in the Champions League, and the need to address the increasingly obvious f…
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Michael Calvin, Miguel Delaney and Dominic Fifield discuss football's future, in the light of the charges laid against Manchester City. The return of the Champions League highlights the achievements of this week's guest Martin O'Neill, who won the European Cup with Nottingham Forest in successive seasons under Brian Clough before embarking on a ste…
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Make sure to give us your thoughts in the comments section. Hosted by: Damarcus Beasley, Mabricio Wilson & Oguchi Onyewu Enjoy the show and make sure you hit that subscribe button! Listen to the full episode on: Apple Podcast https://apple.co/3JzRd23 Spotify https://spoti.fi/3s0FbsH Connect with The Crack Podcast on social media: Instagram: https:/…
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Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale joins Michael Calvin to discuss Mikel Arteta's empathetic management, his rivalry with Jordan Pickford, and daring to dream of a Premier League title. Goalkeeping coach David Preece and former Arsenal player Adrian Clarke add their expert opinion on a range of current issues. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy …
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Jurgen Klopp gives Michael Calvin an insight into the demands of modern football, and discusses the next phase of his management of Liverpool. Miguel Delaney and Tony Hodson offer their views on a potential rebuild, and compare Klopp with another recent guest on the Football People Podcast, Pep Guardiola. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for …
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Pep Guardiola gives Michael Calvin an intriguing insight into his personal and professional philosophies in the latest Football People Podcast. Paul Hayward and Jonathan Northcroft discuss his relationship with Mikel Arteta, the characteristics of great coaches, and the intensifying pressure on managers at the wrong end of the Premier League table.…
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Graham Potter opens up on the pressures of managing Chelsea when he joins Michael Calvin on the latest Football People podcast. Dominic Fifield and Anne Marie Batson agree that he should be given time to build a new team. The panel also focuses on the Manchester and North London derbies. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Michael Calvin is joined by David Preece, Miguel Delaney and Adrian Clarke on a special edition of the Football People podcast. They reflect on the World Cup, and assess the season so far, with contributions from Mikel Arteta, Emma Hayes, Graham Potter, David Weir, Frank Lampard, Jamie Vardy, Brendan Rodgers, Patrick Vieira and Professor Simon Chad…
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Michael Calvin is joined on the Football People podcast by Professor Simon Chadwick, who outlines the game's future in the context of a hugely significant World Cup in Qatar. Paul Hayward and Dominic Fifield analyse his observations, and discuss the chances of Lionel Messi confirming his greatness in Sunday's final against France. Hosted on Acast. …
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David Weir, Brighton's technical director, joins Michael Calvin to discuss the global search for football talent, in the context of the first Arab World Cup. Tony Hodson and Richard Amofa provide additional insight, previewing the quarter finals. Do you agree with the panel's predictions for the last four? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for…
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