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Best Forgotten Maverick podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Forgotten Maverick podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers reviewing and previewing all the action from the 2019/20 season. Natalie Sawyer, Gregor Robertson and leading football writers from The Times and Sunday Times provide expert analysis of the big issues every Monday and Thursday You can subscribe to The Times and The Sunday Times to enjoy our award-winning journalism on your smartphone or tablet. Just search The Times online.
 
This show is an attempt to document how some people court challenges with persistence. It’s about how their struggles have led them where they are, and how they think about life, and work, and the world around them. There are no hacks. No tactics. Just lives. And their itches. Interests and obsessions. Questions and discoveries. It’s an effort to provide a window on to our own struggles, and hence, trigger an inquiry towards a more meaningful life.
 
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Nat & Gregor are joined by Tom Clarke and Alyson Rudd fresh from her trip to Madrid to see Liverpool's superstars humbled by a dogged Atletico Madrid. They also look at some of football's best strops after Dele Alli's antics against RB Leipzig, and with Erling Haaland taking the world by storm Gregor reminisces about playing against a 15-year-old b…
 
ESPN's Bomani Jones, co-host of High Noon, dials in to talk with David Aldridge and BIG Wos about how Analytics are interpreted when it comes to Black QBs. How advanced stats have stripped the soul out of the NBA. The Process. The diminishing BIG MAN. Plus, how the NFL is going to market the game when the best QBs are all black. At the top, the new…
 
Gregor Robertson is back alongside Natalie Sawyer this week for the latest episode of The Game. They are joined by The Times very own, Matt Dickinson, and James Restall. They took an in depth look at the Championship and how Marcelo Bielsa can turn things around at Leeds. They also discussed where the problems are at Palace and the difficulties of …
 
David Aldridge and BIG Wos welcome in host of the the No Dunks podcast, J.E. Skeets to talk Rockets, players left hanging (K-Love) and more. Also did the Warriors get fleeced? Rockets small ball experiment, and the controversial Gayle King interview with Lisa Leslie and LeBron's comments about "Black on Black Crime."…
 
No Gregor this week, but Natalie is joined by Alyson Rudd, Jonathan Northcroft and Tom Clarke to discuss John Stones' troubles under Guardiola at Man City. They also discuss West Ham's problems on and off the pitch, and pay tribute to the 23 brave souls who followed Barrow AFC on their 740-mile round trip to Dover! With an incredible tale along the…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Molly Hudson and James Restall to discuss whether we can truly call Tottenham's win over Man City a Mourinho masterclass, and ask if Gareth Bale has done anything wrong by staying put at Real Madrid. All that plus a touching piece on Accrington Stanley striker Billy Kee, who announced he is retiring from football at the a…
 
Pep Guardiola has picked a fight with the Man City faithful over not selling out The Etihad - but has he got a point? Nat & Gregor are joined by Molly Hudson for more on this, Christian Eriksen bidding farewell to the Premier League by joining Antonio Conte in Milan, and whether West Ham are doomed. For information regarding your data privacy, visi…
 
Jurgen Klopp says none of his Liverpool stars will play their FA Cup 4th round replay against Shrewsbury. Fair enough or out of order? Nat & Gregor are joined by Matt Dickinson and James Restall for more on this, Newcastle's proposed takeover and David Moyes' unhappy Hammers. Plus they mark 25 years since Eric Cantona's infamous kung-fu kick! But d…
 
In the latest episode of Hoops, Adjacent David Aldridge and Wos Lambre talk with Executive Director of the WNBPA Terri Jackson on what it was like negotiating the new CBA and the important steps that were made in this important labor agreement. Also watching her son Jaren Jackson Jr and bright future of the Memphis Grizzlies. Plus, David's trip to …
 
Nat & Gregor are joined by Tom Clarke and Jonathan Northcroft to discuss whether it's the end of the road for Ole at the wheel, and whether Edinson Cavani is nothing more than a flat track bully. All that plus Jonathan tells us why all is not well between Carlo Ancelotti and Jordan Pickford, and Gregor explains why Celtic and Rangers would beat the…
 
Nat & Gregor are joined in the studio by James Gheerbrant & James Restall to discuss Liverpool's win against Man United at Anfield. But would this Liverpool side beat Man United's Champions League winners of 2008? The group discuss that, whether Adama Traore is now the best player outside the top 2, and whether we love or hate Mike Dean? For inform…
 
ESPN and FiveThirtyEight's Chris Herring drops by to talk about Chris Paul, the 76ers chemistry, Al Horford, Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons vs Markelle Fultz and likely Eastern Conference Finalists. Also at the top of the show, a discussion on Kyrie Irving's latest comments about the Nets needing more help to compete with the league's best teams.…
 
Natalie & Gregor are joined by James Restall and Tom Roddy to discuss England's sticky striker situation with injuries to both Kane and Rashford. They rope in the help of Matt Dickinson to solve the VAR crisis sweeping the country, and James tells us why an Englishman should be considered the greatest footballer of all time. For information regardi…
 
Sergio Aguero has now scored more Premier League goals than any other foreign player. But is he really better than Thierry Henry? Nat & Gregor are joined by Matt Dickinson and Tom Clarke for more on this, whether football needs orange cards, and discuss if Eddie Howe is the Premier League's first "unsackable" manager. For information regarding your…
 
There was only one winner in the Grealish v Maddison battle this week, but will the maverick midfielder be another talent ignored by England? Nat & Gregor are joined by Jonathan Northcroft and Tom Clarke for more on this, a turbulent week for Carlo Ancelotti, and settle the debate on whether Pep Guardiola has given more to English football than Sir…
 
Natalie & Gregor are joined by Alyson Rudd for a look back on an FA Cup weekend that threw up plenty of talking points! A pitchside monitor in use at Selhurst Park, a 40 year old hero for Rochdale, and Liverpool's youngsters heaping more misery on Everton at Anfield. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
It was lift off for Arsenal at The Emirates as Mikel Arteta secured his first win as Gunners boss against old rivals Manchester United. Natalie & Gregor are joined by Molly Hudson for more on this and the new manager bounce in action for Watford and West Ham. Plus Alyson Rudd with a special report on yet more Mourinho antics, and whether VAR had a …
 
In a special edition of Hoops, Adjacent David Aldridge speaks with Sam Amick, Ethan Strauss and Tony Jones on the passing of former NBA Commissioner David Stern. Notably all that he brought to the game as we know it, and separating his failures as a commissioner from his achievements as a human being.…
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson bring you your final instalment of The Game podcast for 2019! Joining them we have The Times' very own Molly Hudson to look ahead to an exciting weekend of matches. We give our take on the best stand out players and managers from the year and The Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft is down the line from Doha giving…
 
A Kevin de Bruyne masterclass saw Manchester City sweep aside a hapless Arsenal at The Emirates as their search for a full time boss continues. But what can a new manager really change at the club? Tom Roddy joins Nat and Gregor for more on this, and an in depth look at Chelsea's slump under Frank Lampard. Plus we'll tell you why the omens look goo…
 
David Aldridge and BIG Wos talk to Trail Blazers reporter Brooke Olzendam of NBC Sports, about Melo, Damian Lillard, injuries and Kevin Love. Also trying to understand how and why the Knicks are so bad. Plus the current crisis in DC, the Impeachment and imagining if Obama had the record of Trump. Finally Style Rankings.…
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are back, and they are joined by The Times very own, Alyson Rudd to discuss who needs who on the managerial merry-go-round. With Ancelotti on the market, could we see him make a move back to the Premier League? Jonathan Northcroft also joined the podcast as Manchester City look to overcome their 'crisis' against …
 
It's 8 in 8 for Jamie Vardy as Brendan Rodgers' rampant Leicester City refuse to lie down in their pursuit of the most unlikely of titles. Heard this one before? Natalie and Gregor are joined by The Times' Molly Hudson for more on Vardy, why Man City need an overhaul in defence, and Gregor's warning to Liverpool ahead of the hottest prospect in Eur…
 
No fairytale return for Jose Mourinho as his Tottenham side were beaten at Manchester United. So could this be a turning point for Solskjaer? Natalie & Gregor are joined by Paul Hirst for a special report from Old Trafford. And how do Everton get themselves out of this mess? The Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft takes an in-depth look into their pr…
 
In this week's Hoops Adjacent David Aldridge and BIG Wos talk to Mavs beat reporter Tim Cato on the rise of Luka Doncic and how high can it go. Plus a look at his Slovenian roots. Also the positives of the NBA's schedule reform tournaments, reseeding and play-ins. Finally Wos' NBA Style rankings.By David Adridge, Wos Lambre, Tim Cato
 
Natalie Sawyer, and Gregor Robertson are joined by The Times very own, Tom Roddy to look back on a week of Champions League action, and they ask whether Mourinho could carry his new Spurs side to silverware in the competition. North East writer, Martin Hardy also joins them as Newcastle's expensive front-line falter. And, what next for Arsenal? Cou…
 
The Premier League sack race really hotted up this weekend as Unai Emery, Manuel Pellergrini and Marco Silva all lost to heap more pressure on themselves. Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by James Restall for more on this and why there's more to come from Mourinho's Tottenham. Plus Paul Joyce tells us whether there's any truth in rumo…
 
In the latest Hoops Adjacent Indiana Pacers GM Kevin Pritchard drops by to talk about maintaining a winning culture despite injuries, Victor Oladipo's immense importance to the team and lessons learned from Larry Bird and The Malice at the Palace. Clippers / Celtics: Game of the year?Celtics are surprisingly good, defense. Issues may come to light …
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are here once again for The Game Podcast! This episode they are joined by the Times very own Deputy Sports Editor, James Restall. Molly Hudson discusses all things WSL as we celebrate yet another record breaking day for women's football. Also, Henry Winter joins us as we take a look back at what was a very comfor…
 
David Aldridge and Marcus Thompson welcome in Suns GM James Jones to talk about the Suns unexpected hot start, Devin Booker's rise, DeAndre Ayton suspension and a lot more. Also a look at the Bay Area sports landscape. The 49ers, Raiders, fans rich and not so rich and whether Steph will return this season.Produced by Jade Hoye…
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by the Times very own, Tom Roddy to look back at what's been a rocky week for England and Raheem Sterling. England also turned 1000... in games this week. Natalie quizzed the team as they looked back on some iconic kits. Also, Molly Hudson discussed a roller coaster 12 months for Phil Neville's Lioness…
 
After an action packed top of the table clash, Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by James Restall for all the fallout from Anfield including Paul Hirst's take on Guardiola's touchline antics. Plus the panel ask if Leicester are Liverpool's closest title contenders? And whether Bramall Lane could be hosting Champions League football nex…
 
Natalie Sawyer, Gregor Robertson and Tom Roddy preview the big one at Anfield as champions Manchester City take on leaders Liverpool. They're joined by The Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft to discuss whether this is now the biggest rivalry in English football, whether Watford's luck has finally run out and a look at the worrying findings from a go…
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by the Times very own, Alyson Rudd to look back on an action packed weekend of football. Gregor describes what it's like to go through a horrific leg break as Andre Gomes begins his long road to recovery. Also, we discuss how Liverpool have become so good at leaving it late, and, why the Emirates is so…
 
On the latest episode David Aldridge and BIG Wos talk about the Warriors and decoding Steph Curry's popularity. Then Jon Krawczynski joins the program to talk about the Timberwolves positive start and Karl-Anthony Townes scrap with Joel Embiid. After that an exploration into NBA Style and why it's important. And finally what the Nationals winning t…
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by the Times very own, Molly Hudson to take a look back at an incredible week in the EFL Cup. Paul Hirst joins us to look at a very interesting debut for the teenage Man City star with a famous name. Plus Henry Winter has his say on UEFA's pitiful punishment. All this, plus, how far can Brendan Rodgers…
 
A tough weekend for both halves of North London with incredible scenes at The Emirates as captain Xhaka goes to war with The Gunners faithful! Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by Matt Dickinson and Gary Jacob for more on this, Sean Dyche's call for red cards for diving and whether Tottenham's problems really are all Dele Alli's fault.…
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by The Times very own, Henry Winter and James Gheerbrant to look back on a great week of Champions League action for the English sides. They debate where Kane is most at home on the pitch, and whether he's the best at it. Also, Lampard really made his mark as a manager as Chelsea grabbed a good grasp o…
 
Has Jurgen Klopp got a point about VAR? Or is he trying to cover up Liverpool's shortcomings? Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by James Gheerbrant for more on this, including Matt Dickinson's verdict from Old Trafford and his considered take on VAR in the Premier League. Plus Tom Roddy reports on the racism scandal that shocked the En…
 
Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by the Times very own, Henry Winter, and Tom Roddy who were both in Sofia to witness the shocking racism aimed at England stars on Monday. They also discussed to of England's young stars lighting up the under 21 stage that, as Callum Hudson-Odoi - another of Chelsea's 'class of 19' - along with Leeds E…
 
Hoops, Adjacent hosts David Aldridge and Wos Lambre from the Athletic talk about Damian Lillard and Shaq Diss Tracks and the California Law allowing college athletes to sign endorsement deals. Then, Ethan Strauss joins the show to talk MLB Playoff Ratings and D'Angelo Russel's future with the Warriors.…
 
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