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UP Gunners!

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Join Tony Doe, a cautiously optimistic Gooner, for an exciting journey through the world of Arsenal Football Club with Up Gunners. This revamped podcast brings you updates and much more, all from the unique perspective of a passionate Nigerian fan. #COYG
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This is the official Soundcloud account for Arsenal Football Club. You will be able to hear interviews, goal clips, players stories and much more. The most famous Arsenal players include: Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams and Liam Brady. Current stars include: Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Santi Cazorla, and Jack Wilshere. Our manager is the great Arsene Wenger.
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Join Socceroos great Mark Schwarzer, European football identity Phil Kitromilides and some of football’s most well-respected voices as they break down all the latest from the Premier League, LaLiga, FA Women's Super League and J.League - plus the headlines from the entire world of football. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A No Nonsense Podcast - Football

A No Nonsense Podcast : Football

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Do you want football stats, analysis and unbiased reporting? Well you have come to the WRONG place my friend. We call it like we see it and sometimes how we remember it, as we celebrate football without trying to blow anyone's tiny mind. Truly, a No Nonsense Podcast
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SunSport presents a brand new, fan-first football show - bringing you an alternative look at our beautiful game. Will Pugh and Izzy Barker host well-known supporters from up and down the land to tackle everything from mysterious poos left on changing room floors to the roaring successes and abject failures of the world's biggest teams, managers and players. Guests get put on the spot with a no-holds barred debate in WHAT'S THE SCORE?, they must get us onside with a furious rant in ON OR OFF ...
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Across The Pitch began in the summer of 2018, when Phil Kennedy and Arran Airs embarked upon an idea to start a podcast to teach fans in the United States about the deeper levels of English football, beyond the Premier League. Although Phil and Arran both grew to love football rooting for Arsenal F.C., they began to grow a passion for the grassroots of the game after they started regularly attending games for their hometown. USL Championship side Phoenix Rising FC. Inspired by the story of " ...
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Representing any form of music that will keep the crowd rocking; electronic artist Grant Saxena, aka DJ Sax, delivers with a pure manifestation of passion, energy, and originality. Current Press-Kit Download: http://smarturl.it/GSPressKit Music Chart Awards: 2021: - Beatport House Hype Top 100: Grant Saxena - Mango (Original Mix) 2020: - Beatport Progressive Hype Top 100: Grant Saxena - Portals (Original Mix) 2019: - Beatport Trance Hype: *Grant Saxena - Palolem (Original Mix) #25 *Grant Sax ...
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In depth interviews and special programmes with, and about, the biggest names in world football. Find more from talkSPORT at talkSPORT.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Smithy and Producer Pete talk to a different legend of the game to go through their career club-to-club with a fine football shaped tooth-comb!Subscribe to us on iTunes and make sure you leave us a review and a rating!E-mail us with your best footballer stories: SoccerAMPodcast@skysports.comAnd remember, you can watch Soccer AM every Saturday morning live on Sky Sports!
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Mark Schwarzer and Phil Kitromilides hang about in Dortmund after Turkiye v Georgia to wrap up day five of UEFA EURO 2024™ which included a surprise contender for match of the tournament so far. The fellas discuss: Ronaldo's start for Portugal. The GOAT debate - Messi is still King? Turkiye v Georgia an unexpected thriller. Ugly scenes at Turkiye v…
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The trio of Mark Schwarzer, Phil Kitromilides and Julien Laurens hang about in Dusseldorf Arena after Austria v France to wrap up day four of UEFA EURO 2024™ and a big boilover earlier in the day. The fellas discuss: Belgium's shocking loss to lowly Slovakia Is Romelu Lukaku on his way to another underwhelming tournament? Why France don't play 'sex…
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The Euros are well and truly underway and we've done our best to round up the group stage so far! In probably the most anticipated debut of the tournament for our listeners, England had their first game against Serbia, and apart from a brief few moments of brilliance from Jude Bellingham, it was a shakey game that England were lucky to win in the e…
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We are live from a little bar in Germany to wrap up day three of UEFA EURO 2024™ as Mark Schwarzer and Phil Kitromilides wrap up Poland v Netherlands, Slovenia v Denmark and the big one between Serbia and England. The lads discuss: England's less-than-impressive victory over the Serbs Harry Kane's alarmingly-low stats Why Mark Schwarzer is a little…
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We are live from Berlin to wrap up a massive Day two of UEFA EURO 2024™ as Mark Schwarzer and Phil Kitromilides dissect the three big group games of Hungary v Switzerland, Spain v Croatia & Italy v Albania. The lads discuss: Albania's insane fastest-ever Euro goal Spain's Yamal becoming the youngest-ever player at a Euro tournament Granit Xhaka's M…
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Euro 2024 start off with a 5-1 victory for hosts Germany. Scotland brought some 200,000 fans to Munich which only made it uncomfortably reminiscent of Ireland's disastrous 2012 European championships. Toni Kroos, returned to the international side since March, completed 99 percent of his passes as we ask is there any way to stop the metronome behin…
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We are live from Munich to wrap up a massive opening day of UEFA EURO 2024™, as Mark Schwarzer basks in his German heritage after Die Mannschaft's massive win over Scotland to open the tournament. The lads discuss: Ryan Porteous' costly send off for Scotland Germany's total outclassing of the Scots The atmosphere around the ground tonight There wil…
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The 2024 Euro's is upon us! Join us as we take a look at all of the contenders, the starboys and the just happy to be there's! Will Deschamps solidify his legacy with another French tournament win? Are England doomed to disappoint? What is the latest fall out behind the scenes in the Belgium camp? Are Turkey the dark horses once again despite never…
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, Tony and Jesse dive deep into the discussion about the intimate connection between the incarnation and the concept of election, as illuminated in the Scott's Confession. They explore the theological significance of these intertwined concepts, focusing on the role of Jesus as the perfect represent…
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As part of our latest ULTRAS ONLY bonus episode on Patreon, before we enter in to Euros 2024, we had some international friendlies and a potential international incident to ease us in. John O'Shea is still managing Ireland, and they are somehow winning games now as they beat Hungary 2-1 in a quarter full Aviva stadium, but does it really matter? So…
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On this episode of the Hockey IQ podcast, we sit down with Hockey IQ development specialist, Xander Mavrogiannis. A few areas on this episode we discuss: - Best summer development ever - The power of self-study - Key to teaching Hockey sense/IQ - How to ask great questions - The best ways to go over film with hockey players - Focusing on cues and i…
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In this thought-provoking episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve into an enriching discussion about the Incarnation of Christ Jesus. They explore ancient heresies, the essential truth of Christ's divinity and humanity, and the vital importance of defending the Gospel. From examining the Scotts Confes…
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The last Champions League as we know it came to an end in familiar fashion, with Real Madrid lifting the trophy as a heartbroken Marco Reus, Mats Hummels and Borussia Dortmund looked on. We go through the game Füllkrug chance by agonising Füllkrug chance, as Dortmund fought valiently until it was time for Madrid to do what they do. The new Zidane, …
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Schwarzie and Phil are joined by Jay Bothroyd for part two of Optus Sport's UEFA Euro 2024 preview as they assess groups D, E & F and give their tournament predictions. The guys discuss: Is it a 'disaster' if France don't make the final? Cody Gakpo: Overrated? How reliant are Poland on Robert Lewandowski? Are Belgium's golden generation still golde…
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Schwarzie and Phil are joined by Jay Bothroyd for part one of Optus Sport's UEFA Euro 2024 preview as they look forward to a month in Germany and run the rule over groups A, B and C. They discuss: How Germany's Florian Wirtz reminds Schwarzie of Phil Foden Toni Kroos' last dance Why Switzerland's Breel Embolo is 'like a tank' Spain's goalscoring pr…
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On the latest No Nonsense Ultra's Only Preview.. Olympiacos FC had one of the greatest nights in their 100 year history as they became the first Greek team to win a European trophy after beating Fiorentina in extra time to win the Conference League. Further solidifying the Conference League as one of the best things going in football, giving clubs …
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In this enriching episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve deep into the Scots Confession and its implications for modern reformed theology. They discuss the promise of the Father, the role of Jesus Christ in our salvation, and the profound reality of being "in Christ". This episode offers a fresh pers…
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An all time great dramatic FA Cup run came to a pretty shocking end as Man United in one of their worst seasons in recent history managed to beat Man City comfortably in the final. With rumours before the game that Erik Ten Hag would be getting sacked regardless of the result, it seems now that everything has changed thanks to his starboys Mainoo a…
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Schwarzie and Phil are here to wrap up the LA LIGA season in 15 minutes as Barcelona (eventually) give Xavi the boot and Toni Kroos says his farewell to the Bernabeu. They also discuss Artem Dovbyk landing the golden boot and Phil enjoying Rayo Vallecano's centenary celebrations. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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On the latest No Nonsense Ultra's preview, the impossible Leverkeusen dream proved impossible as their unbeaten run came to an end with Atalanta winning the Europa League, thanks to an incredible hattrick from former pod favourite, Ademola Lookman. The managerial merry-go-round is in full effect as Pochettino leaves Chelsea by "mutual" consent just…
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On this episode of the Hockey IQ podcast, we sit down with skill development specialist, Joel Cressman. A few areas on this episode we discuss: - Journey to Seoul, Korea. Including Golf Canada & Korea's athletic system - Invasion vs target-based sport skill development - Norway and Erling Haaland's successful cohort development - How to give great …
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In this thought-provoking episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony and Jesse dive deep into the theology of the Scot's Confession. They explore its interpretation of God's promise, its connection to Church identity, and the role of covenant baptism. Along the way, they discuss the simplicity and beauty of primitive theology, the pers…
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As the curtain falls on another Premier League season, things wrapped up pretty much as expected. Arsenal are the latest victims of the Man City machine, as a near perfect Premier League run in was over 2 minutes in to the final day thanks to a brace from player of the season Phil Foden. 4 in a row now for Manchester City, and 6 of the last 7 leagu…
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With Schwarzie at the Etihad and Phil at the Emirates, the pair caught up afterwards to discuss their contrasting days alongside former Premier League player and Arsenal fan Jay Bothroyd. The guys also give out their awards for the season, whilst Schwarzie reflects on watching Chelsea end the WSL season as champions for the fifth time in a row. Hos…
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In a jam packed Ultra's only epiosde we discuss how it took just under a full season for Ange Postecoglou to be hit full force by the Spurs mentality, after one of the stangest potential deciding games of all time as Tottenham faced Man City. Aston Villa however, were much more familiar with the history of the Tottenham and celebrated in style as t…
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As the Arsenal faithful reel from the news of Vivian Miedema's impending departure, the club faces a pivotal moment. Tony Doe delves into the controversy stirred by Ellen White's criticism over Miedema's contract situation and the shock of losing such a prolific talent, with Manchester City poised to swoop in. Despite this setback, Arsenal's Premie…
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Jesse Schwamb and Tony Arsenal delve into an insightful analysis of chapter 4 of the Scots Confession. They discuss the promises of God, the salvation through Christ, and the role of the Holy Spirit. The conversation covers the cosmic scope of salvation, the destruction of the devil's works…
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In yet another summing up of the season, Old Trafford literally caved in around Ten Hag's Man United as Arsenal saw off their last "top 6" challenge of the season. In a title race that's tighter than ever, it's never felt so hopeless. As Arsenal's near perfect record doesn't look like it will be enough to stop the Man City machine. But you can't sa…
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Mark Schwarzer is back from a Women's FA Cup Final at Wembley to chat about the weekend's action with Phil and Bridgey, as the season heads towards its conclusion: Is Saliba the best centre-back in the league? Casemiro's complete drop-off in form Gvardiol's rise to prominence in recent weeks Schwarzie being refused a clean sheet bonus at Chelsea Br…
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Catching only the first 20 minutes due to prior commitments, my anticipation for a goal was rewarded as Arsenal secured a vital win against Manchester United. This victory keeps the title race intense, with Manchester City's celebrations temporarily halted. I can't help but wonder about Tottenham's potential impact on the title race. Will their riv…
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After missing our chance to record earlier in the week we briefly catch up on the Casemiro character assasination by Jamie Carragher after Man United's 4-0 loss to Crystal Palace. We then get into the meat of the episode, our little glimpse into this weeks Ultra's only European episode. We cover the Bayern downfall which may have been spurred on by…
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On this episode of the Hockey IQ podcast, we sit down with coaches Nichlas Hardt and Nikolaj Kielland of Raw Nations. A few areas on this episode we discuss: - A professional player's mindset - Improving performance driven by enjoying life more - Small muscle training - How coaches can build trust via failure/shock to help players take off their bl…
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In this thought-provoking episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve deep into the concept of original sin as they interpret it from the Scot's Confession. The duo discusses the integral role of intention in the fallen state, drawing parallels with modern-day sins and the role of the Holy Spirit in sanctificat…
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In this very special, candid discussion, Optus Sport's Mark Schwarzer catches up with Tottenham manager and countryman Ange Postecoglou for an open and honest discussion about Spurs' late-season form slump, the effect it has on players and Ange as a manager - and how to get out of it. Far from deflecting the obvious questions, Ange claims he is "hy…
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Mark Schwarzer is joined by Phil Kitromilides (fresh from the air conditioned, catered comfort of a Bernabeu box) along with Julien Laurens (much more humble) as the pointy end of the season hurtles towards us! The lads discuss: How Phil spent Saturday in the lap of luxury before effectively becoming a poor person on Sunday That day at Anfield for …
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The greatest Champion's League of all time continues with some more top notch knockout games. Real Madrid looked as unstoppable as ever while Bayern also looked pretty damn good in a 2-2 draw, if only it weren't for that darn Kim Min-jae says Tuchel. Dortmund won the home leg against PSG thanks to a goal from the young as ever Füllkrug and a star p…
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve into the profound theological concept of God's immutability, or unchangeability. They discuss how this attribute is integral to understanding God's nature, the implications for His promises, and its grounding in scripture. The conversation also touches on the …
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It's everyones favourite time of the season where things become MATHEMATICALLY CONFIRMED. Liverpool look officially out of the title race after a 2-2 draw with West Ham which saw yet another incredible moment of inept refereeing and a Salah and Klopp sideline bust up. Arsenal got through a North London Derby with a 3-2 win over Tottenham. But despi…
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It's the morning after the night before, so is Phil over Spurs' defeat to Arsenal yet? Schwarzie is joined by former Socceroo Tommy Oar to find out. The guys also discuss Mo Salah's argument with Jurgen Klopp, Bournemouth's miraculous season under Andoni Iraola and why Barcelona have opted to keep Xavi at the helm. We also hear from Narelle and Ash…
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In a thrilling match against Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal secured a 3-2 victory, keeping fans on the edge of their seats. Tony Doe is ecstatic about our win, highlighting goals from Pierre Emmel Hojbejerg (an own goal), Bukayo Saka, and Kai Havertz. Saka's achievement as the first Arsenal player since 2019 to score in both derbies of a single season …
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It looks all but over for Liverpool as a dejected Klopp sighed after they lost to Merseyside rivals Everton for the first time in Goodison Park in 13 years. Where has it all gone wrong for Liverpool? Can Klopp really have any blame for Nunez missing 1 on 1's? Pochettino but his foot in his mouth by announcing this Arsenal game was a chance for his …
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On this episode of the Hockey IQ podcast, we sit down with Jon Mills, head coach of Kent State Men's Golf. A few areas on this episode we discuss: - The mental game - Learning acceptance & letting go of things you cannot control. - Preparing for competition via representativeness - Playing to your identity - Becoming your own best coach - Finding a…
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve into the intricacies of the Scots confession and its comparison with the Westminster Confession. They discuss the concept of dominion, the fall of man and woman, and the idea of human rebellion as an active decision. This engaging conversation also explo…
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Tony Doe celebrates Arsenal's win against Wolverhampton Wanderers, putting them back at the top of the Premier League. Arsenal's defense looks promising, but there are concerns about the left flank. Jurrien Timber's return from injury is expected to strengthen Mikel Arteta's tactical options. The women's team shines with a 3-0 victory over Leiceste…
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Man United gifted us yet another fixture of madness, this time giving up a 3-0 lead to almost lose 4-3 to Coventry in the FA Cup semi final In the midst of the most embarrassing win in history, only one man was celebrating which begs the question, does Antony know who he's playing for? Man City also made their way past the FA Cup semi final, with a…
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We are back for another ripper episode of the Optus Sport Football Podcast, and this week Mark Schwarzer and Phil Kitromilides have Michael Bridges along for the ride! The lads discuss: Why Bridgey filled a teammate's car with fish guts that he rang in as a favour! The 'classless' tweet from Nottingham Forest and why one of our panel think on that …
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One of the best Champions League knockout rounds in history continued to excite with upsets across the board as lowly teams like Real Madrid and Bayern Munich managed to stop the might Premier League giants. Man City were knocked out by Madrid after a particularly mad penalty shootout in a game which apparently Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland di…
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Tony Doe delves into the heartache of Arsenal's exit from the Champions League at the hands of Bayern Munich. Despite a valiant effort, the Gunners' inability to penetrate Bayern's formidable defence and capitalize on key moments led to a crushing defeat. Tony explores the team's performance with his son, Joey. Tony also addresses the controversial…
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In a weekend which should have been dominated by Arsenal and Liverpool's slip ups, Chelsea managed to make a routine dismantling of Everton and turn it into a showcase of how much of a shambles they are as a squad. After a rapid hat trick from Cole Palmer, things were looking good, but once it was time to take a penalty to further the hammering, th…
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In this enlightening episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb embark on a deep exploration of the Scots Confession. They delve into the unique aspects of this foundational document of Reformed theology, shedding light on its structure, its theological perspectives, and its profound influence on modern confes…
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