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How Football Works is a bi-weekly Podcast and journalistic series. Find us on Apple Podcasts and all good Podcast apps, and find our journalistic series at cjshowfootballworks.wordpress.com. If you have any questions about any episode, please submit them to @WorksFootball on Twitter, or to CJSHowFootballWorks@gmail.com. If you want to support this series, you can do so at Patreon.com/cjshowfootballworks. Tell your friends! Thanks for reading/listening, see you next time. Chris x
 
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The B3 Podcast

Jaime Nuñez & Daniel Zimmer

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B3 (Bourbon, Buddies, Balls) is a Football/Soccer podcast in which fans of the sport talk about all things football. We talk about transfers, league predictions, match days from big European Leagues and Cups to Leagues from our side of the world like MLS and LigaMX. We started the Summer of 2019 and our first show features predictions from Ligue 1, Serie A, Eredivisie, MLS, LigaMX, Bundesliga, La Liga, EPL, USL, and the Club/Nations Cups around the world.
 
Juan has been a journalist for 17 years and has covered two World Cups and four Copa Americas. He has also worked as a commentator on ESPN, beIN Sports, Eurosport covering various leagues from around the world. He's also a writer for sites like Al-Jazeera Sport, The Telegraph and SPORT amongst others as well as a frequent guest on networks like BBC, TALKSport, SportsMax.
 
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World Cup winner Gilberto Silva looks ahead to the Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and Palmeiras. Also on the programme, the former Australia international Alicia Ferguson reacts to the latest abuse allegations in women's football.Picture on website: A Palmeiras fan holding the team's flag after beating Santos. (NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP via Gett…
 
Dutch health authorities said on Sunday they had found at least 13 cases of the Omicron strain among travelers from South Africa, while in France, Health Minister Olivier Véran said the variant was likely already circulating in the country and the government would tighten restrictions. Since it was first detected in South Africa, the variant has sp…
 
The booksellers that line the Seine river in Paris – known as “bouquinistes” – are an iconic part of the city’s landscape. But recent years have proved difficult, with the growth of online shopping, a series of strikes and protests and now Covid-19 all taking their toll on sales. Now though, the city of Paris is hoping to attract new blood to this …
 
From cancelled goals at the Camp Nou, to the goal-line clearances at the Etihad and Stamford Bridge, Round 5 of the UEFA Champions League group stage games was one to remember. And ehile the boys are being separated from the men, a huge winner-takes-all scramble looms ahead in the final round of games. Follow us on Twitter @OneForTheGoals…
 
Uncontrollable western wildfires and a hidden family history — two puzzles that can only be solved with knowledge buried in the past. Indigenous people in Montana fight fire with fire, drawing on the unique relationships their ancestors had to one of the West's greatest threats today. And a young woman grapples with the secret that binds her family…
 
And so we got to the end of the International breaks for the 2021 calendar year with some more teams getting their ticket to Qatar 2022 (winter), some usual teams confirmed not going (Ivory Coast) and some other big ones that need a confederation playoff (Portugal, Italy).This last international break gave us CONCACAF games that made history and ch…
 
Reflections on a dramatic week of World Cup qualifiers with Serbia and Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenković and Ghana's Andy Yiadom. We also hear from Marseille's young American winger Konrad de la Fuente. He tells us about his journey from Miami to the south of France via Barcelona's famed La Masia academy.Picture on website: Dusan Vlahovic and N…
 
Is history always political? Who gets to decide? What happens when you challenge common narratives? In this episode, Throughline's Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei explore these questions with Nikole Hannah-Jones, an investigative journalist at the New York Times and the creator of the 1619 Project, which is set to be released as a book later t…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Deborah joins us to talk about her journey as a football player thus far. She also weighs in on some of the challenges she faces as she continues to chase her dreams of becoming a professional footballer. There was time enough to talk about a record-breaker and also make a few comparisons. Follow us on Twitter @OmeFo…
 
World Cup winner Gilberto Silva explains how his tough upbringing shaped him as a footballer. And Thailand's new coach Mano Pölking looks ahead to the Suzuki Cup and explains the cultural differences he's faced coaching in South East Asia.Picture on website: Gilberto Silva of Brazil celebrates winning the World Cup (photo by Mark Leech/ Getty Image…
 
Rund and Ramtin speak to sci-fi writer and Princeton historian, Haris Durrani, about why the lore of Dune still proves so relevant and the ways in which the 2021 film succeeds and fails to convey its messages. "Dreams are messages from the deep." Those are the first words that appear on the screen in Denis Villeneuve's 2021 film, Dune, a cinematic …
 
This week we aw the return of Champions League and its match day 4. Now, there are 4 teams that have qualify for the next round.These past few weeks gave us some expected managerial changes from some teams and, in one case, a new appointing of a manager to replace Nuno at Spurs. We finish the episode by taking the big questions no one is asking…… F…
 
The Denmark international Martin Braithwaite talks about a tumultuous time for Barcelona following the exits of Lionel Messi and Ronald Koeman. And Braithwaite also describes how his positive mindset has benefitted his career and helped him top become the best possible version of himself.Picture on website: Martin Braithwaite walks out onto the pit…
 
New Zealand's Niko Kirwan talks about his sporting family and first international goal. Plus, is Xavi the right coach for Barcelona following the departure of Ronald Koeman? And we hear from FIFA's head of women's football Sarai Bareman.Picture on website: Ronald Koeman on the touchlines during a match between Cadiz and Barcelona (Jose Breton/Pics …
 
Halloween — the night of ghost stories and trick-or-treating — has religious origins that span over two thousand years and over time, the Catholic Church, pagan groups, and even the brewing company Coors have played a role in shape-shifting the holiday. How did Halloween turn from a spiritual celebration to a multi-billion dollar industry? From the…
 
Club football definitely returned with a BIG BANG. There was no time for theories as the practicality dawned on fans per game, over the weekend. Barcelona's win over Valencia was probably the most-surprising result, after the King Power Massacre, of course. Follow us on Twitter @OneForTheGoals
 
This week we dive into the UEFA Nations League final and how VAR decision tilted the game toward the eventual champions. This week is World Cup Qualifying round, again!!At time of recording there are only 2 qualified teams that will join hosts Qatar. We talked about the next teams that can get there by end of this international break. In our CONCAC…
 
Watford defender William Troost-Ekong discusses Claudio Ranieri's Premier League return. We also hear from the Sierra Leone national team coach John Keister as the country looks ahead to competing in its first Africa Cup of Nations since 1996.Picture on website: William Troost-Ekong of Watford celebrates following a match against Millwall (Photo by…
 
FIFA22 is here people!!! And I have created a character to play in career mode We talk about the Liverpool vs. Manchester City game that was a thrilling game and so far the EPL game of the season. This also brought in a domino effect that saw the biggest clubs in other league losing. All of Bayern Munich, PSG, Real Madrid and Barcelona lose their g…
 
Heather O'Reilly reacts to the abuse allegations which have rocked women's football. Heather O'Reilly played under coach Paul Riley at the North Carolina Courage. He faces allegations of sexual harassment and emotional abuse, allegations which he denies. (Photo: Signage supporting NWSL players on display during a game between the Los Angeles Galaxy…
 
In a sense, 1521 is Mexico's 1619. A foundational moment that has for a long time been shaped by just one perspective, a European one. The story of how Hernán Cortés and his small army of conquistadors conquered the mighty Aztec Empire, in the heart of what's now modern Mexico City, has become a foundational myth of European dominance in the Americ…
 
Let’s start talking the new CONCACAF Champions League format for 2023.This new format will increase from 16 to 27 teams to qualify for competition. It will also create two new Qualifier Cups to give teams in Caribbean and Central American countries more chances to compete in the biggest club competition in this area. It also gives Canadian teams, n…
 
FC Sheriff's Sébastien Thill talks about his winning goal against Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League, which created one of the biggest upsets in the competition's history. And Freiburg goalkeeper Mark Flekken remembers an emotional night, as the club bid farewell to their iconic stadium in the Black Forest. Picture: The players of FC Sheriff …
 
The Constitution is like America's secular bible, our sacred founding document. In her play, What the Constitution Means to Me, Heidi Schreck goes through a process of discovering what the document is really about – who wrote it, who it was for, who it protected and who it didn't. Through Heidi's personal story, we learn how the Constitution and ho…
 
Coming out of the first mid-week games of the season, we find out where things are in the different clubs and the different coaches.Send us your best football/soccer inspired halloween pictures. We have another fan email. Our fan asks us about the Bi-Annual World Cup and reasons why that is, or is not, happening. Their second question is about a Wo…
 
South African midfielder Thalea Smidt tells us about her excitement ahead of playing for Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies in the inaugural African Women’s Champions League and how she feels the new tournament represents a great opportunity to improve the game on the continent.We also reflect on the career of Jimmy Greaves after the former England, Chelsea,…
 
When, why, and how did the Supreme Court get the final say in the law of the land? The question of the Court's role, and whether its decisions should reign above all the other branches of government, has been hotly debated for centuries. And that's resulted in a Supreme Court more powerful than anything the Founding Fathers could have imagined poss…
 
After the Holiday break we are back to talk about one of our favorite leagues…. UEFA Champions League is back and with many upsets along the way. We talk about Match Day 1 of this years UCL and what have been the teams that really stood out.We also give our predictions for winners of some of the league in our bid to win a kit. We finish the episode…
 
Chievo Verona legend Sergio Pellissier tells us about the formation of a new phoenix club, after the original club went out of business in August. Plus Hugo Alvarado explains how his eye for talent has taken him from being a frustrated fan to becoming the first ever full time scout for El Salvador’s national teams.Photo: Sergio Pellisier of AC Chie…
 
How did a small group of Islamic students go from local vigilantes to one of the most infamous and enigmatic forces in the world? The Taliban is a name that has haunted the American imagination since 2001. The scenes of the group's brutality repeatedly played in the Western media, while true, perhaps obscure our ability to see the complex origins o…
 
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