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Like your books a little less Dickens, a little more Dickov? Football Book Club gets stuck into the true classics of the literary world - footballers’ autobiographies. As recommended by BBC Five Live, The Athletic and named one of Esquire's best podcasts of 2020. Described as “pretty funny” by Darren Huckerby.
 
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A slight tangent from typical autobiographies this week as we read a genre we're all fascinated by - the stocking filler. Much like Danny Baker and Nick Hancock, Liverpool legend Alan Hansen put his name to a lot of these, including 2009's 'Strangest Football Injuries', a bizarre mix of football nostalgia, jellyfish stings and unsettling government…
 
Sure, we've read plenty of books about on-the-pitch antics. But what goes on BEHIND the scenes? To find out, we're whisked back to Birmingham, 1995 for Karren Brady's memoirs from her time as Managing Director at City. Contains boardroom chaos, Boursin and naked Barry Fry. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Steve Bruce has - apparently - written six books. So we're heading back to read his very first work, the 1994 autobiography 'Heading For Victory'. Featuring double glory at United, Steve's time as the Gillingham equivalent of Cinderalla and we reveal his very unexpected criminal past. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week we're joined by author, journalist and star of That Peter Crouch Podcast, Tom Fordyce. Tom's helped countless sports stars write their autobiographies (Crouch, Jamie Redknapp, Chris Gayle) and now he's going to let us in on how these books we read every week REALLY get made. As well as offering us help to write our own one... Plus Peter C…
 
This week we’re joined by star of Mock The Week - the brilliant Glenn Moore. For some reason Glenn has TWO copies of Steven Gerrard’s 2006 book ‘My Autobiography’, so we decided to read it too. Cue the highs and lows of Istanbul, Euro 2000 and a shopping trip with Martin Keown. Plus we find out what really went on with Steven and the Champions Leag…
 
This week the book club read 'For Club and Country' by both Gary AND Phil Neville. A diary of the 1997/98 season, it's a tale of domestic struggles, international adventures and Gary getting his barn converted. Plus fawning over Becks, Henning Berg in a toilet and Fergie's review of Spiceworld: The Movie. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
This week we're joined by star of Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo, comedian Ivo Graham, who is incredibly eager to read Neil Redfearn's 2006 book 'There's Only One Neil Redfearn'. Featuring the Barnsley legend's frozen turkey debacle, whether or not Neil would sign Dracula and loads more, as Ivo gradually falls deeper and deeper in love with N…
 
Now that he's finally left Arsenal, what better time for Football Book Club to read Mesut Ozil's 2017 book 'Gunning For Greatness'? Chronicling his career from Germany to Madrid to North London, the book club ask each other the timely questions "Was Mesut misunderstood all along?" and "Why does he talk about Jane Goodall so much?" Plus Mesut on Mou…
 
Maria del Mar Cabiya, the new Director of Apprenticeship Strategies, discusses who she is, how Apprenticeship PHL is addressing apprenticeships during COVID-19, and the effects of the skills gap and upskilling on workforce. Learn why apprenticeships work and how they are adapting and expanding in and around Philadelphia even as the city navigates u…
 
Football Book Club is back for a brand new series! To kick things off, we're reading legendary pundit Chris Kamara's 2010 book 'Mr Unbelievable', which features Kammy on jazz, mascots and rocking chairs, the Soccer Saturday team taking over Japan and the word 'unbelievable' a, frankly, excessive number of times. Join the club by following our socia…
 
Welcome back to a big Football Book Club announcement! We are returning with a brand new series of brilliant and baffling footballers' autobiographies. Listen to Series 3 starting February 22nd where our first episode will be 'Mr Unbelievable' by the one and only, Chris Kamara. Followed us on social media yet? We are on twitter@FootieBookClub Our I…
 
It's the final episode of Series 2 and joining us to read Arsenal & England legend David Seaman's 'Safe Hands' is comedian and impressionist Josh Berry. Written in the year 2000, 'Safe Hands' tells the story of David's career so far, including Euro 96, winning the double with Arsenal and the time he went fishing with Chris Tarrant. Plus the England…
 
This week we're heading back to Scotland to read Rangers legend Barry Ferguson's 2006 autobiography 'Blue: The Life and Times of Barry Ferguson'. Features Barry trying to win back the Rangers fans after his controversial move to Blackburn, getting into tussles with his best mate the gardener and Graeme Souness sleeping standing up. Plus Barry gives…
 
This week The Football Book Club invite author, filmmaker and Vice legend Oobah Butler to join the book club. And at his request, they're reading Southampton God Matt Le Tissier's 2009 book 'Taking Le Tiss'. Contains Matt single-handedly saving Southampton year after year, Ronan Keating's Charity Golf Tournament and Matt on a night out at a Shania …
 
Everyone's banging on about America at the moment, so this week The Football Book Club decided it's the perfect time to read 'Breakaway' by USA and now Tottenham Hotspur Women superstar Alex Morgan! Features Alex winning basically every trophy in the world, Hope Solo doing the worm and exceptional tips on how to park your car. Plus Ken's back with …
 
Dr. Murphy discusses the first and number one subject to master in homeopathy and why. This podcast is an excerpt of the “Homeopathic Prescribing” CD Set. The full lecture is available on: CD: https://lotushealthinstitute.com/store/homeopathic-prescribing.html Streaming access: https://mysoundwise.com/soundcasts/1600867285999s…
 
This week The Football Book Club podcast read 'Gamechanger' by YouTuber and Hashtag United founder Spencer Owen (AKA Spencer FC)... who just so happens to be joining them for an in-depth interview. In this bumper episode, we had the chance to chat to Spencer about his life and career so far - from playing FIFA in front of millions on YouTube to fou…
 
This week The Football Book Club are reading former United maverick and current Lyon striker Memphis Depay's 2019 book 'Heart of a Lion'. And who better to read it with them than journalist & The Athletic's Manchester United correspondent Carl Anka? In a book like no other we've read before, we're whisked from Ghana to Manchester, with a quick stop…
 
The Football Book Club head back to 1986 to read then 31-year-old Villa, Wolves and Scotland striker Andy Gray's 'Shades of Gray'. Yes, that is genuinely the name. Features Andy banging them in for Villa, opening a doomed nightclub, walking through Birmingham barefooted and going on holiday with Ozzy Osbourne. Plus Ken has another new chant about a…
 
In a slight change of pace, this week The Football Book Club bring you the first 'Wider Reading' episode. James and Jack present exclusive interviews, bonus clips and answer your questions about the series so far. Featuring secrets from Grant Holt's co-author, the long-awaited Paddy Kenny Dramatic Reading and we discover what happens when Gerard Ho…
 
In a Football Book Club first, the book club are joined by Sheffield United and QPR hero Paddy Kenny to read his brilliant new book 'The Gloves Are Off' ahead of its October 5th release. Includes eyebrows being bitten off, a back-up keeper obsessed with adult movies, Roy Keane being put in his place and we find out what it's like to concede the mos…
 
This week The Football Book Club read Norwich, Hibs, Shrewsbury and a team in Singapore legend Grant Holt's 2019 autobiography 'A Real Football Life'... and it's a cracker! Despite being one of the hardest books to track down yet, it's all worth it with tales of battered sausages, swan attacks, Chesney Hawkes and Bryan Gunn losing his cool with a b…
 
The Football Book Club are back! And to kick off the new series they're reading wobbly-kneed Liverpool and Poland goalkeeping hero Jerzy Dudek's beautifully titled 'A Big Pole In Our Goal'. Featuring Jerzy getting chased by a goose, Craig Bellamy stealing a Darth Vader mask and king of the chants Ken's triumphant return. And if that isn't exciting …
 
As Philadelphia residents and businesses continue to navigate Pennsylvania’s reopening plans and make informed decisions about their futures, Philadelphia Works is diligently striving everyday to meet career seekers and businesses at their point of need. In this episode of Real Talk about Real Trends in Workforce, Doug Foresta is joined by Kataney …
 
Dr. Robin Murphy talks about his signs of health that indicate when a treatment, tonic, or remedy is working. This podcast is an excerpt from the "Superfoods & Herbal Tonics 1" lecture by Dr. Robin Murphy, ND. The full lecture is available on:CD: https://lotushealthinstitute.com/store/superfoods-herbal-tonics-1.htmlStreaming access: https://mysound…
 
Ahead of the new series coming Monday 21st September, James and Jack bring you some of our favourite moments from Series 1 and the Behind Closed Doors specials. Featuring Nigel Worthington kicking skips, Jason McAteer asking Pierluigi Casaraghi out for a drink, Maya Yoshida buying Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles merchandise and - of course - Jermaine …
 
In this episode of Real Talk about Real Trends in Workforce our guests will introduce Today’s Rosie, a new podcast that will discuss the origins of the Women in Nontraditional Careers (WINC) project in the Philadelphia region and what the benefits are for women who pursue these careers. Nicole Fuller is a founding member of Women in Nontraditional …
 
As the COVID-19 rate of infection slows and Pennsylvania plans to reopen, employers who were fortunate enough to transition their staff to remote work, are preparing for employees to return to the office. In this episode of Real Talk about Real Trends in Workforce, Sheila Boornazian, VP of Human Resources and Administration at Philadelphia Works, d…
 
It's the final Behind Closed Doors special and this week we treated ourselves to something a little different - a diary written by the Bridget Jones of ex-Reading goalkeepers, US legend Marcus Hahnemann. Written during Reading's first season in the Premier League in 2006, we find out Marcus's views on Leroy Lita's music taste, facial hair, Costco a…
 
This week behind closed doors, lockdown has flown by thanks to Rangers legend and bona fide hunk Lorenzo Amoruso's exceptionally titled 'LA Confidential'. Set in 2002, after being stripped of the Rangers captaincy, in the space of 247 pages Lorenzo falls in love with Glasgow, meets a ghost, gets addicted to Baileys and doesn't buy his girlfriend yo…
 
Ellen Metro, the business engagement representative for hospitality & entertainment at Philadelphia Works, joins the program to discuss the benefits of joining an Industry Partnership (IP). Industry Partnerships connect employers, workers, and job training providers from a single industry to collaborate on improving the industry’s competitiveness a…
 
Still on lockdown, still reading obscure football autobiographies. This week The Football Book Club read Kevin Phillips's very premature, 2000 autobiography 'Strikingly Different'. Featuring Kevin breaking records and winning the European Golden Shoe at Sunderland, his thoughts on Emmerdale farm, a local coach firm and the band Republica, and DJing…
 
H. Patrick Clancy, President & CEO at Philadelphia Works joins the program to have a transparent conversation about how COVID-19 is impacting the local workforce in Philadelphia. He discusses the importance of access to technology for all, business mobility, and how to move the workforce and local economy forward post COVID-19. Clancy also explains…
 
The Football Book Club are stranded hundreds of miles apart, but quarantine (and questionable sound quality) won't stop them from doing what they were put on this earth to do - read increasingly obscure football autobiographies. Today, the book club meet remotely to read Manchester City legend Shaun Goater's 2007 novella 'Feed The Goat'. Featuring …
 
We've read a lot of books over the series. However, importantly, we have always been several hundred miles away from the author. But not today! In this extra special episode recorded at The Notley's Golf Club in Essex, we read Arsenal and Talksport legend Perry Groves's autobiography 'We All Live In A Perry Groves world' with Perry himself! Featuri…
 
With a new series just around the corner, The Football Book Club are bringing you some extra special episodes, starting with this - a live recording of the team reading Danny Higginbotham's 2015 classic 'Rise of the Underdog'. The episode was recorded in Southampton on March 7th as part of 'Superpod 2020' - a live podcasting event raising money for…
 
Philadelphia Works, the City’s workforce development board, Comcast, one of the region’s largest employers, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia have partnered to pilot an innovative funding model called Pay-for-Success. Pay-for-Success aims to train Philadelphia residents for meaningful careers that pay a family-sustaining wage and corresp…
 
It's Christmas! And to celebrate, The Football Book Club are foregoing obscurity to read a book written by the most cheerful and festive man in the world - Captain Christmas himself, Graeme Souness. We spent December getting stuck into Graeme's 2017 goodwill extravaganza 'Football: My Life, My Passion' and, like the Three Kings brought gifts to the…
 
Patrick Clancy, President & CEO at Philadelphia Works joins the program to discuss how the workforce development board utilized rapid response resources to mitigate the impact on thousands of workers and their families who were affected by the closing of both Hahnemann University Hospital and Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) this past summer. Pa…
 
Mark Genua, apprenticeship program director for Philadelphia Works, joins the program to define apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship and discusses the benefits to both employers and career seekers. Learn about key resources coming from the Philadelphia region and the many ways that Philadelphia Works help employers build customizable, unique appre…
 
The long-awaited conclusion to The Football Book Club does 'Blood, Sweat and McAteer' is here! What's next for The Three Amigos - Jason McAteer, Phil Babb and Gary Kelly? How many times will Jason use the word 'arse'? And, most importantly, will 'Blood, Sweat and McAteer' be crowned the best book of Football Book Club Series One??? Plus a dramatic …
 
It's the last - and by far the longest - book of the series which means one thing... a two-parter! In part one, the book club read the first half of Jason's 2016 epic, taking him from Birkenhead to Bolton Wanderers to USA '94. Featuring Zig and Zag, Jason's liquorice house and a VERY SPECIAL APPEARANCE from the world's greatest Norwich City chant w…
 
Five books in and the Football Book Club face their toughest challenge yet - Jermaine Pennant's explosive 2018 novel 'Mental'. As Jermaine charts his journey from wonderkid to Champions League finalist to Billericay Town, the book club discuss Jermaine's lack of respect for Girls Aloud, James almost driving into Mido and a very naked Tony Pulis. Pl…
 
This week The Football Book Club read 2012's very confusingly titled 'Loud, Proud And Positive' by legendary Swansea City captain and manager Garry Monk. We join Garry on a miraculous journey from League Two to the Premier League, stopping off along the way for Lee Trundle doing stand up, something called Linchicken and a brand new game where we as…
 
World Cup Finals! Yakubu! Casper the Ghost! All of these things and SO MUCH more are mentioned in Louis Saha's 2012 masterpiece 'Thinking Inside The Box - and we discuss all of them! Featuring Louis Saha on missing the Champions League final, the 2008 financial crisis and why the perfect pre-match playlist contains PLENTY of DJ Phil Neville. PLUS S…
 
Next up for the book club is Japan and Southampton general Maya Yoshida’s 2018 classic ‘Unbeatable Mind’. Featuring some of the great philosophical musings of our time on life, love and Jay Rodriguez dressed as a ninja turtle. Plus we find out just why Maya hates buying curtains. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In the first episode of The Football Book Club, James Bugg, Jack Bernhardt, Amy Lawson and James Boughen read Norwich and Coventry hero Darren Huckerby's magnum opus 'Hucks: Through Adversity to Great Heights'. Featuring Lee Croft's run-in with a wasp, Nigel Worthington kicking a skip and we find out why Darren isn't welcome on Ryanair flights anym…
 
Barbara Allen, Consultant for Philadelphia Works, joins the program to discuss what industry partnerships are, and how they benefit businesses and the local economy. Discover the history behind the Southeastern Pennsylvania Manufacturing Alliance (SEPMA) and the advanced manufacturing industry partnership. Barbara reveals how the workforce system h…
 
Kimberly McCaffrey, Manager of Youth System for Philadelphia Works, Inc. joins the program to discuss how the organization connects young people to summer employment opportunities. She details WorkReady® Philadelphia and provides tips and tricks to help navigate the workforce system’s summer resources that support the City’s youth population. Podca…
 
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