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Between The Posts was created for soccer coaches, parents, goalkeepers, and fans. On all our soccer focused podcasts we seek to offer listeners solutions for many of the struggles that we see coaches, keepers, and parents going through each season at the youth developmental, club, collegiate, and professional levels. This podcast offers an expert perspective on the many technical, tactical, and psychological aspects facing youth sports and the leaders (coaches) that train our next generation ...
 
Football is capable of bringing the world together like no other sport and no matter where you're from, football is never too far from the conversation. Inside the Beautiful Game host Daniel Ogunshakin speaks to those who live and breathe football, as well as those who make their living playing it, coaching it, talking or writing about it and much more. Inside the Beautiful Game is brought to you by Arepa - brain food for the modern world. Visit http://drinkarepa.com for more information
 
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Gary is joined by England Futsal Team Head Coach & technical performance manager, Michael Skubala, to discuss lessons and detail from the futsal game including: - Facilitating decision making in the game- Managing an average of 80 substitutions per game- Technical and tactical demands of world class futsal players- Coaching accountability in moment…
 
The Athletic's Senior Writer Dominic Fifield joins the boys to discuss the ins and outs of the modern day football transfer saga - including Man City's failure to land Harry Kane, Steven Gerrard's two year flirtation with Chelsea, Arsenal's £40 million + £1 bid for Luis Suarez and much more. To hear more football debate subscribe to our weekly vide…
 
The Chief Sports Reporter for The Times, Martyn Ziegler, joins the Front Three football podcast to discuss UEFA's proposals to dump Financial Fair Play and replace it with a U.S.-style Salary Cap and Luxury Tax system as seen in the NBA & NFL. Martyn also explains why there could be another European Super League in the future. Make sure to watch ou…
 
In the final part of the Front Three Podcast's special two-part miniseries on the rise and fall of Real Madrid's Galacticos era, John Carlin explains why Madrid's big money purchases changed the face of the football business forever. Make sure to watch our brand new "Debate Room" episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LPGaNeswUK0…
 
Gary is joined by Lead Sports Scientist – Southampton FC Womens and Girls. She has also recently worked as first team sport scientist at Southampton, as well as the academy at Southampton and Aston Villa.In this interview, she gives fantastic insight here around the topic of pre-season training with tips for coaches as well as insights from her jou…
 
Award-winning author and journalist John Carlin joins the Front Three Podcast for a special Two-part miniseries on the rise and fall of Real Madrid's Galacticos. In this episode they cover the team's success in the early 2000s, the firing of Vicente del Bosque, the deal that took David Beckham from Manchester United to Madrid, and why following the…
 
In the 2nd part of our interview with Guillem Balague, we ask him whether Pep Guardiola will dip into the transfer market, if Martin Odegaard will come back to Arsenal and whether or not Andres Iniesta is the best player to have played for Spain. Don't forget to watch our new "Debate Room" episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LPGaNeswUK0…
 
Gary is joined by Hartford Athletic head coach, Harry Watling, to discuss his transition from working with youth players to senior professionals. Before managing the USL club, Harry has worked at Chelsea, West Ham, and Milwall academies. He discusses: - Individual development plans and how to they transfer to professional levels- Role of mentors wh…
 
Guillem Balague joins the Front Three Podcast to discuss his latest book: Maradona: The Boy. The Rebel. The God. From League titles and World Cups to drugs and the Mafia, Guillem takes us through Maradona's early years in Argentina to his short stint in Barcelona where he scored 38 goals in 58 goals and received a standing ovation from the home cro…
 
The BBC's Chris Bevan joins the Front Three Podcast to discuss his much acclaimed piece on what it takes to make it as a professional footballer and how footballers can pick up the pieces when it doesn't work out. We track the career's of two players who once trialed alongside Joe Cole and Gareth Barry with the England-under 16s back in 1997. Liste…
 
Gary is joined by Tactical and Video Analyst from Statsbomb, Carlon Carpenter, to discuss ways that college and club coaches can plan to maximize and communicate their analysis for the upcoming season. Carlon shares his experiences as an analyst from US Youth National Team and University of Virginia, as well as his insights from Statsbomb to help c…
 
Dr. Karen Sutton, nationally renowned physician in sports medicine and orthopedic surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Stamford, talks with us about the impact early sports specialization is having on young athletes.By Taylor Carter and Liz Geiger
 
Gary is joined by Karl Marius Aksum to discuss a very unique topic. Karl is a current PhD Candidate researching Visual Perception in Elite Football. He has a Master's Degree in Coaching and Psychology and wrote his Master's thesis on visual perception in real football match play on AFC Ajax players, aged 14-20, from where I received the highest pos…
 
ESPN & Fox Sports football journalist Gustavo Hofman joins the show live from the Argentinian hotel in Brazil to give us the lowdown on the latest stories coming out of Copa America. Hofman tells us why tournament had to be moved from Columbia and Argentina to Brazil, the Continent's struggle to contain COIVD-19 and how the Brazilian national team …
 
Former Sky Sports News Presenter Natalie Sawyer joins the boys to talk about the recent promotion of her beloved Brentford F.C. The TalkSport host looks back on the club's recent highs and lows in the playoffs, potential summer signings, the club's use of "Moneyball" analytics and how the Bees will do in the Premier League next season. The guys als…
 
The BBC's Alex Bysouth joins the show after this weekend's thrilling 3-2 win over Mexico in the CONCACAF Nations League final, to discuss the USA's chances of winning the World Cup on home soil in 2026. They look at the failure of Freddy Adu, and the emergence of talents such as Chelsea's Christian Pulisic, FC Barcelona's Sergino Dest, Dortmund's G…
 
Gary is joined by Sanjeev Parmar, a youth development expert who runs Futuro Soccer Academy in Ottawa, Canada. He has a unique approach and philosophy around development and talks about the following: - Training exercises that engage the players- Being competitive without focusing on result- Importance of physical training alongside technical- Educ…
 
The Athletic's Manchester United reporter Carl Anka reviews the much anticipated Sir Alex Ferguson documentary, Never Give In . Carl talks about Fergie's legacy in world football, his underrated success at Aberdeen, why he's the best manager of all time, and why some of his proteges haven't had as much success as managers. The guys also talk a bit …
 
In Episode Two of their Debate Room YouTube series, AJ, Coach and Big Will debate who has been the best Barcelona team so far in the 21st Century. Their candidates include the 09/10 team that won six trophies, the 2011 team that won the Champions League in scintillating fashion against Fergie's Manchester United in Wembley Stadium and the 2014-2015…
 
Leon Mann, entrepreneur cum activist, broadcaster turned filmmaker, is the latest to join us on Inside the Beautiful Game. Leon joined Inside from his home in the UK to talk about his beloved Spurs, his career in football journalism, the Football Blacklist that he co-founded, racism in football, the recent social media boycott undertaken by players…
 
The Athletic's Jack Lang joins the boys this week to discuss the career of the once heralded wonderkid Alexandre Pato - who after a stunning rise to the top at AC Milan, has since faded into obscurity in the MLS. Lang explains why the Brazilian's lack of ability to keep himself on the pitch for a sustained period of time stunted a potentially great…
 
In their weekly football podcast, the Front Three continue their conversation with ESPN Writer and Contributor Tor-Kristian Karlsen. The former scout gives us the lowdown on ESPN's list of the best young players under the age of 21. The trio discuss the rise of Erling Haaland, Jude Bellingham and Phil Foden. Plus, the guys also look at the players …
 
James Montague, football writer and award-winning author, is the latest to join us on Inside the Beautiful Game. James joined Inside from his home in Turkey to talk about his incredible travels in football that have taken him to all the far flung corners of the world in pursuit of some of the most interesting and obscure stories that game has throw…
 
The boys pick the brains of renowned Chief Scout Tor-Kristian Karlsen who has worked for clubs such as Monaco, Watford and Bayer Leverkusen. In Part One of their weekly football podcast, the guys ask Karlsen about the scouting world and how its changed from grey coats in the stands to video and stats-based analysis. Karlsen also touches on what it …
 
Wall Street Journal economics reporter Jon Sidreu gives his take on the fallout from the European Super League. The guys discuss the current league model in the NFL, NBA and MLB and why the "Americanisation" of football in Europe could be the best thing to happen to football clubs and viewers - with matches featuring the best teams every week. Catc…
 
Gary is joined by Eric Laurie who is currently working in Norway, Molde FK in the Norwegian Eliteserien, as Head of Academy Performance Analysis and a coach on the U16 staff. Eric discusses analysis at youth level as well as the career path for a young analyst in the professional game. This podcast is sponsored by Wildkard.Wildkard is the industry'…
 
Frank McAvennie , former St Mirren, West Ham, Celtic and Scotland striker, is our latest guest on Inside the Beautiful Game. Frank joined Inside from his home in the UK to talk about his incredible career both on and off the pitch that started with him being told he’d never make in football all the way to the World Cup in Mexico in 1986 and plenty …
 
One of the biggest questions heading into the summer transfer window is the future of Norwegian sensation Erling Haaland. Currently at Borussia Dortmund, the talented young striker has a host of clubs queuing up for his signature. European football expert Constantin Eckner gives us the lowdown on whether it'll be a straight shootout between Spanish…
 
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