22 Burst results for "Arsene"

"arsene" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"arsene" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Stuck with abominable by senior network that you know. There's a risk that device might expose your entire infrastructure. Bit Defender also has released like a standalone network scanner that you can run or are you familiar with that? Yeah. Yeah. We we have a client that you can install on your laptop basically and it's scans your network to see whether you have devices connected to the Internet basically share the same network of the same. the same network and whether or not those devices have patches that you haven't been stalled for example. So whether or not there are patches available that you forgot to installer e didn't even know that you can stop and funny Another funny funny story is At one point we found ability I believe in a smart wall plug while electrical socket basically. We contacted the manufacturer with told him about it. We actually even provided a patch for it and he was like, okay, this is all nice. Thank you for contacted but there is no way that we can roll out the update like wine because we have no update mechanism. Excuse me. So how do you how would hold you up? Now that you have the pet, well, the user has to manually get a USB cable connected to the laptop, download the zip file and flash the device itself. Really. Wow. So you run into all these scenarios in which most it devices. Weren't even designed by default to accept updates, not even security updates but updates I design I think that was really common a couple of years ago. Christian do you think that's getting better in the space? In other words we're getting more eye ot smart devices that a have that ability update or at least taking some protection or are we in the same boat? We were a couple years ago. Depends on the scope of the device right. If I'm asking a consumer to pay ten dollars to have something be plugged into a wall chances are the update mechanism is non-existent won't be getting better for the foreseeable future. But if I paid maybe north of fifty dollars for an Iot device chances are it has some type of Wifi or other mechanism where it is regularly getting connected on the Internet, and so I think one of the common arguments you would hear from an Iot vendor is well, it's connected. Locally, but it's not really going out to the Internet. So the vulnerability is within your network it's it's not something that can be a method of privilege escalation or method of compromise in and of itself and so there's going to be a conflict for quite some time that as Iot Kinda eats up and consumes the market especially at the lower end where it's like five, ten, fifteen dollar gadgets those are your most likely gadgets to be a persistent problem on to secure and get a regular update on. And and I have a conor Kennedy arguable argument for the factor that says, you know it's connected to your local Wifi network. That's not a problem. Well. We also found. A certain type of attacking which brexit media attack whenever you try to connect your device to the IT Vice. Basically, you're allowing it to connect through your mobile phone to the WI FI network. But if somebody's within proximity, he can force a repairing between the phone and the the IOT device, and that's when when you do the again, the pairing the the setup you usually have to input your username password then. That and if somebody's doing this kind of pursue proximity attack, they will I absolutely one hundred percent of the time get your Wifi Password WIFI credentials and they can connect to your internal Wifi network. So you know that's not really an argument saying that it's approximately attack it's not connected to the Internet so it works but the biggest problem if if I may now in the context that everybody's just working from home. Just look at us. Right now we're working from home for example, is that A lot of CEO's and Seaso's actually believed that these vulnerable IOT devices can be. can be or can pose a security risk for the organization and actually I I, think I. I read a survey just a couple of days ago that about fifty percent of of CEOS in Seaso's believed that. Employees owning vulnerable IOT devices could be a potential liability for the corporate infrastructure if in case somebody hacks into those compromise Wifi. Network and then pivots through there a work lapse into the corporate infrastructure. You know it's a, it's a wild scenario, but we've seen it. We've seen it happen and I've got another story about that. If you if you're interested in learning about, go ahead and go and say. Okay so I think it was early early March or April. We've found it interesting attack basically. A client of ours actually called in and said, hey. Got Bit defender installed and I got infected. You can imagine the surprise in the support guy. Okay. So run us through the incident what happens. So we can fix the problem. He was like look I got I got an email from one of my friends It had an attachment defenders said it's infected in notes. One of my friends why would be defender effect? Would block filed from one of my friends. So I disabled the application and then I ran the the file, all of a sudden infected and I tried to boot up at the defender again, and what do you know couldn't disinfect my computer sir security doesn't work like that. You know sometimes, you know the the biggest problem is between. The chair and the keyboard and in the work from home context. We got another incident in which users. Users actually called a sin saying that different blocks Amazon dot com. And other get hub and other. Popular websites like that. As it turns out they apparently installs a piece of malware that hijacked routers, DNS settings. So whenever they visited big type ten, Amazon Dot Com, the DNA settings will actually redirect onto on a checker controlled Ip address and they would get a pop up seeing if you want to learn more about the corona virus outbreak, download this application from the World Health Organization been blocked that application they were like, why would defender block an application from the World Health Organization? But it turns out the settings on their router were altered. So this is another example where. A work from home scenario can potentially cause a security risk for our organization. Magin. Bad guys having access to your better I spent when we came home I spent a bunch of time. Well, I'm here right now all the time. So I spent a bunch time kind of looking at the network and you know getting some pieces pulled together like, what am I doing? How's it? How can I monitor? How can I keep track of? The the big defender box for the for I think I pay a hundred dollars a year to have to access to it, and it comes with an unlimited number of antivirus a and I think Internet security or whatever the product. Total Security I. Think an ADT, security see this the competitor and but if the boxes protecting me, why do I need the antivirus right? I? Mean if I if I've got a box on the front end and it's smart and doing some things do do I really need the antivirus. The short answer is yes and here comes along answer. IOT devices no don't. Traditionally support. security clients. So the their operating system don't doesn't allow you to have a client in within within it with our within the Thermostat, for example, but there are a huge number of threats out there that are designed specifically for for maximum, for Android, and.

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Squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague in Colorado

Pat Walsh

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague in Colorado

"Spokesman for the Jefferson County Public Health, telling CBS that someone in Morrison reported seeing at least 15 dead squirrels around the town. So the officials tested one of them. See if still going. Thank you on since he was positive for bubonic plague they could expect others are also infected. Now. In a statement, Officials warn that the plague and infectious disease caused by the bacteria I knew I'd get so deep into this. I'd have to say a word like it's by bacteria. You make the call. Arsene, a pestis. Can be contracted by humans and household animals. They say humans could be infected through flea bites. Cough of an infected animal or by coming in direct contact with blood or tissue from and in fact an infected animal. By the way, cats are highly susceptible to the plague.

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"arsene" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"arsene" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hey this because I think it's Travis thank god it's Friday all my gas light seventies like a disco movie yes yeah I think that was a lie and I don't I don't I don't recall the movie at all you know what I mean yeah I know what you're saying there's another big drive in sort of movement happening drive in church see I would do that too well I think it's a great idea for our friends listening in Louisville you already know the story of the church there has dropped the lawsuit after the mayor is now allowing the drive in worship services because they said no you're not doing that wait a second it's social distancing right where the cars are six feet apart Arsene roll down the windows halfway but this should be fine right okay that's reasonable I know listen when you have a couple of churches throughout the country they were saying I don't care we're staying open and if you had faith you'd come here because you wouldn't be afraid I'm telling you as a believer that's not my position may yet be responsible you know and not yeah against the rules however if it is a dry van service right not really you go to a further out of church I do too we got a big big parking lot yeah clearly we could do it so that may be something I think so going forward yeah where the rules are there and you know the pastor there talked about really didn't want to sue anybody I'm paraphrasing we just want to be able to do this so as soon as the mayor's like alright it's fine they drop the lawsuit driving was Weisman does church parking lots.

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"arsene" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"arsene" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"Did you know that Amazon has created Alexa for business or Amazon's relationship with healthcare coachman are seeing the CEO Digital Authority partners talks about what Alexa for business is how to use it? Why Amazon Alexa is being used? So much in the healthcare space current skills and use cases in the healthcare space. Why he got into voice and his predictions for Google assistant and Amazon Alexa in the future. I inside boys podcast listeners. This is your co host Kerrie Roberts. Today my guest is code are seen the CEO of Digital Authority partners and the CEO of healthcare. Weekly welcome coaching. Thanks for being here so much for inviting me on August today so I had reached out to you a little while ago because I found this great article that you had gone on Amazon Alexa for business and in it you really broke down. What Amazon has already created for businesses? That anyone can use to be honest. I personally did not know that they had all of those already so I would love for you to talk about what and how businesses can use Alexa internally or at their place of work and then how they can get some specialty skills as well absolutely not surprising that you haven't heard about Alexa for business. Unfortunately Amazon rolled it out. I like a better test where developers were invited to really create skills for the platform and even if Elektra business becoming more and more popular. It is something that Amazon is necessarily pushing very heavily. Amazon for businesses not new concepts if your listeners worked for large enterprises they're familiar with civic mobile application which are only installed on their work devices work smartphones. Alexa for businesses basically the theme but it relates to a specific Alexis skill. So how it works is quite simple. Any business out there in the world and basically just apply online. Open an account with Amazon for Business Division. And you would be allowed to create your own business skill. That will be deployed at the location of your choosing. These are skills will not be discoverable. And let's go to the APP store for like skill. They'll just be yours in the sense of your company and the way it works. Basically you're paying a license to Amazon. Usually around seven dollars per month per device in order to operate the civic skilled but the price actually goes down depending on how many users up. There's definitely room for negotiation. Now this is kind of the tactical side of Alexa for business. So I want to talk a little bit about the business side and Alexa as everybody knows at. Its core the chat by right and an chart buds for the longest time. Getting you know beating in the media for people who are using them the amount of times I've seen the articles that they know Alexis dumb like I lost track of it and in many ways this is both a failure of imagination which is business executives. Do not think creatively when it comes to Amazon can do for their business but also as a what I call. A product management failure behind any successful digital projects have a product manager who was in charge of the vision the execution the business rules in place so every time you see a chat by that is dumb or Alexa kind of stumbling and not be able to understand your request because the product manager behind that specific skill has not accounted your specific scenario. And that's why shutoff could've done I've done right. And if you WANNA use the word dom dom is that whoever is responsible for building that has not either accounted for a scenario or doesn't have the right analytics tools in place for when you use the a specific request for them to tweet algorithm and the scenarios to account for what you're looking for now when it comes down to the business side. Alexa for business has tremendous potential across the board. And we already seeing this. With a variety of companies that have developed Alexa for business skills which they're reselling on the open market so there's video conferencing lexus skills where Alexis capable of starting of video conference with a symbol of voice command. Their skills that how businesses streamlined daily tasks were electric. Use to let's say help. Employees improve productivity by automating organizing specific daily path. Alexa or business has skills for email organization. Where believe there are non? Amazon Echo can manage your office visits if five or g mail read. Reply an organized. According to your preferences you can schedule different conferences simply by using Alexa devices in your office. One of the project. We've Work on recently Was actually an Alexa skill for doctors to be able to take notes and for those those to be able to be pushed into the ER holistically Alexi for business. The bottom line at is a platform builds to help businesses improve productivity and completing pass quickly inefficiency. Yeah and like you said I mean this is available now Amazon through. Aws If you look up Alexa for business these are things that are already set up for you That you can implement in your workplace which I think is incredible. You had also written another great article online. I mean you really do your research and you talked about Alexa in healthcare. I'd love for you to take us through the journey of Amazon getting more involved in the healthcare space for those that maybe don't know the history especially over the last few years absolutely if you're to think holistically we're kind of historically bowed. Amazon's for into how care it actually started more or less with the AWS expansion Which is it's the most profitable side of the business very secure storage and application development platform. Which out your companies in particular desperately need amount of regulation in the House. Your space is tremendous and there's a bunch of security frameworks like high trust or hip compliance and the fight of the business has always been compliant because this is where the big money is in healthcare out here in the United States is both the biggest cost but also the biggest employer and one of those heavily regulated industries in the world. If not the most regulated for Amazon's GonNa Sneak in if you will with. Aws SOLUTIONS BUT OVER TIME. Amazon started really investing way beyond just having the support role behind the scene and moved towards fears of acquisition. That are very important for Amazon to go into the fifty s but actually the biggest priority when it comes to how it has nothing to do with it has to do with the consumer base. They purchased a few companies that provide dental services. Basically new ten order your prescription fulfillment line and Amazon will deliver it to you They've recently but recently mean say earlier lost year they filed a patent actually for Alexa. And it's a healthier pattern where Alexa can actually reach. An is where we have the symptoms of flu or a cold and can proactively basically telling you and of course the overall vision is that of an interconnected home with the house component. Amazon dream is for when you're walking around the house you coughing you have a Cold Alexa tells you by the way. I think you have a cold. You have all these symptoms. Should I basically send you IBUPROFEN or any other call medicine and that can be done just by talking to Alexa where Alexa becomes as for active artificial intelligence? That helps you understand quicker that you have a disease. And then then it's able to fill the pharmacist. Component Ole in the comfort of your home. And that's GONNA solicitously Amazon's vision and I wanted to talk about it from the Amazon point of view. Because there's another very important component that we should discuss which is our businesses we'd be though houser startup or hospitals or device manufacturers or the Pharma companies or even a Pharma trial companies starting to Leverage Alexa. Because they are. They're leveraging Alexa Day to day basis and most people have no idea that happening and they're leveraging Alexa ways are very smart and very active and also in ways that holistically can reviews the cost of healthier and also improve the quality of patient care and the United States. So there's a lot of different use cases than are actually currently being leveraged. I can also talk about a couple of them that we as an agency are currently working on a solution. Well let's talk first about the what what's out there right now. So for example right now if you have diabetes there multiple Alexis skill that enabled you as a patient to manage your condition effectively. Some of the very exciting Alexi Skills Right now or a leverage in the senior care space. And there's a lot of senior living facilities that have deployed Alexa skills. Which out the elderly with taking medication. But also they helped patient and nurses keep track of the medication being administered to a specific patient. Right now the best and most exciting projects that we've worked on as an agency acid you with managing block pressure with the help of an election skill and it's Omron how dare they have released a smart. Fda.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Zidane does the Don already twenty-second? You're getting Klopp twenty-seventh gusts had Dink twenty nine dig Simione thirty first Arsene Wenger, thirty seconds. I don't agree with this list at all, let's let's just walk through these names. Unlike we're peppers. I think pep is at a good spot. I do agree with v for pet. Yeah, I'll give pep fifth. But everything like what the fuck I just can't get this thing is just this is just fraudulent. This is a fraudulent list. It's horrible. And you should be in top ten easy. And I can't believe he's I think he's a better Coachman Laudi. How the fuck Gus hitting dig Diego Simione, and you're in cloth and in don's Dane and Fabio Capella and Louis van Gaal or higher up Arsene Wenger that's do or swagger Arsene Wenger revolutionize soccer. He had an invincible team. Yeah. Is everyone high. He's french. He's French come on France have some legal t to your own. If you're going to fuck up the entire list at least put Arsene Wenger number one do favor. I cannot this list is a crock of shit. It is a crock of shit Marin. I am. I am flabbergasted. I am bewildered. I am a loss of words. I Tony Kahn days forty-nine Marcello Bs. La is forty this is student shit. Problem. I'm surprised they haven't put a Mikhail or yet on here yet, you know, just because he's been under pep. Jesus Christ like he might just pass ours. A winger after one year coaching. Oh my God. You're getting Klopp better than Arsene Wenger in. I've if you listen to the show, I have been nothing, but a your club lover I love in. But he's not like Arsene Wenger, leaps and bounds. Diego. Simione? I'd rate them higher than you're involved. Sorry. He's one more like this. This hurts my soul. This is really poor ranking tip. Oh, jeez. Wow. I am. Okay. What are we going to talk about next? I'm only kind of just like fucked up from this list. No right in France down the country. All right. Before we get into some of the games this weekend. We're going to take a quick break. Four and Ed right now guys, let's talk about sex good sex..

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I don't I don't happen once before and I I I dislike it to all. I know all the news today was saying how much of a fucking shit show. It is over in England right now because of Brexit. So who the fuck knows Brexit makes me happy because I'm like shit. There's a lot of crazy shit going on our country. It's just nice to know that's happening. Elsewhere. So it gives me some type of like six as faction like all right? Like, thanks fucked up here, but it's fucked up everywhere else too. So don't forget that people things are fucked up everywhere. Yeah. I think about Arsene Wenger. He's like when the first side managers side Tinos completely non English. And he's been like he has the record for most non-english cited sides, you know, from the UK like he was like the first one if you look at mitt suppose eleven like almost every single player size a couple of repeats on France where all like from another country. So I, you know, I I look at any opportunity to bring up how great Arsene Wenger is now now that we can reflect on him and he's not a manager. I can hate so. Yeah. So Kyle shout out, man. I wanna drink with you sometime. I I kinda come down North Carolina. We talked about that Bros. Talking soccer. We did interview that podcast and we were talking about doing a reunion soon. Marin, I miss you, man. Did. I miss you too. All right. Drinking North Carolina's fun. Don't have a chance of getting mugged. You just kind of get lost and stumbled back home. Yeah. Dude, there's a fucking do. We talk about on this podcast. All these podcasts are running together. But there was like a shooting like right down the street here in south Philadelphia. Like like last weekend. Whereas like three kids got killed like eight blocks from here. I was like what the fuck. Clay why? Do not miss that. At all like fuck that should doesn't app, and you just have your neighbor shooting off guns from his porch at targets at ten in the evening, but he's not shooting to kill. He's just shooting shoot. I am because he was fucked up actually playing a lot of red red red dead redemption to and that sounds like my kind of party because that's all that happens. It just I think North Carolina like is just read redemption to where I can just go around robbing places with a bandana on just shooting guns and drinking moon shine.

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Arsene Wenger in advanced talks to become AC Milan's new manager

ESPN FC

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Arsene Wenger in advanced talks to become AC Milan's new manager

"Awesome Venga to Milan any truth in famous story. What's the story that comes from France from the magazine France Football hasn't really been picked up in the media. So France Football writing very hard that they're in advanced talks. I would find this rather surprising given the chief chief executive of meeting. I've in Gazeta who I believe officially takes over on December. I of course, was Vancouver's old boss at arsenal. And the two didn't exactly part ways. In. Very amicable manner. So we've got a bind IB I'd be really shocked if the story were true way from the Zita sling. God just the general premise of got me over and taking Milan in general. What's your sense of that? Do you like the idea? I don't think he's what meat on re- need right now, frankly because. Vangere is somebody who who requires a project and requires time and simply put me and don't have much time to work with. They're they're gonna face financial fair play sanction. And then they're going to have to try to hope for some sort of settlement agreement. You know, they're going to have to summers of breaches. They need to get in the top four now play in the Champions League next year. So they're gonna have a whole bunch of restrictions. So why why this would make sense for vendor? I'm not really clear it's been head scratching so headache. It's a headache. Venga does not need guard mentioned this is a big job. This is I mean, they might make a push for the talk full of this year, depending of tissue and one or two of the players the nurse islands and how he performs. This is going from the frying pan to the fire from obstacle and they pressure TAC Milan. And all the pressure with a team that might say might be dragged into the four best. But I just don't I just don't see the for either club or coach. Plus it's up since I can the trip. Joe? So worry see Milan Luton full, then, you know, the the I'll get good enough to get the four, but the don't want not the not wanting to project they wouldn't somebody through the door. Turn a bunch of players who struggle in the end the top forward into a team that definitely go get in the top four. What did you number one? That's available. What is going unless it's young monitored is gonna take job. Do you think is a good fan? I think I was complaining Venga didn't Real Madrid. Because I'm thinking right now Real Madrid need some organiz ation Vegas mon- for me. I think each of Milan on the other hand, you know, what was done is organized them. Maybe they need to put up a little bit more to do wanna get in the toll for maybe. That's why angles. You look at van good doesn't normally need a lot of money to to make fill out. His team. AC Malone has a decent amount of money to spend. You could see to Steve's point. Him doing a good job in in sort of setting a new standard in that standard. But setting getting AC Millan back into some prominence with some attacking style. Soccer. I could see it happening. But if I'm vendor, I wouldn't be doing this. I just don't think it's the right thing for him as this next step

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"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

GSMC Soccer Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

"Basically, he feels like he's not getting his fair shake, and he feels like his past accomplishments should. Elevate him a bit. Who cares. What you did before. What are you doing now? Is what the question is. And he's not doing thing. I mean, it seems like he doesn't really connect with the players. The players know connect with him. I've seen some of the blame go to the players. I don't. If it was one player who was struggling than yet blame that player. But when it's multiple coming over to United and under Marino they've gotten worse. That's a managerial problem. Not bringing on rash is a problem, especially when you're two goals down. So I mean, United, the board can continue to allow this to happen. I mean, it doesn't seem like there's really a happy ending in sight here they can do that or you can make the proactive move, get rid of him. I'm all for them bringing on Sadan. Maybe you look at Arsene Wenger possibly Don is a better coach for this new era, but are the way something needs to happen and people have settle the board didn't back Marino as far as the transfer window on all that I don't buy that given renew about PA. Marino brought on Lukaku Marino. Brian Sanchez Marino has had players. I mean, are we just going to act like Alexis Sanchez, a bad player along with PA matych, Fred Lukaku? Like I said. I mean, gimme a break is raw, very good players at one point in their career that as soon as they get United just doesn't happen. I mean, the guy paid one hundred million for Papa paid nearly that from Kaku. He's had money. The spent don't blame the board for the fact that this guy can't get this team together in playing. Well, this is on marina. Not on the players. It's not on the board is on Marino. People gets too infatuated with what he did back then. What's he doing now? This is a results driven game and he's not getting them. So I mean, they can continue to basically lower expectations and lower the standards of Manchester United. Or you could be like a row, Madrid. And. Basically not accept anything less than excellence. That's the way Manchester United need to be in good on Tottenham here for winning this one. Harry can continue to score scorn, August first time ever. I quote Old Trafford also Lucas has been playing well, a lot was made about them not buying any players in the summer transfer window. I thought that was the problem, but so far in their first three games they've done well. I mean, granted, I two teams. They played weren't relatively great, Manchester, United start off season really poor. So we'll see what they look like. Liverpool city, even an arsenal or Chelsea. Chelsea our team who have really surprised. We'll talk about them in the next segment, but either way. I mean, like I said, how much longer can you stick with this? Because it's a problem at this point. So we'll see what ends up happening but United currently. I think thirteenth in the table after three games, only one win, two lost. Not necessarily great is no, it's not. So that's all I got to say about that. We'll wrap it up for here next up. We'll be talking about the other EPL games that went on over the weekend. So stay tuned and I'll be right back. Hey, sports.

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"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Okay then i mean when you have all those guys out there buying players year after year and you're not winning the trophy that matters the most or at least coming close to it for that matter let's problem isn't it i think it is but i do think that emory possibly could be successful arsenal just given the fact that he does have an academy where you could develop players at k p s g does too but more so don't really put too much stock into all right arsenal you can bring players in from there okay you're not as you're not like on a different level financially those other teams in the premier li arsenals atop seeks team out there okay i think with arsenal to more so their woes for the last few years was more so it's just arsene wenger overstate is welcomed there okay he was there probably a couple years too long and maybe that's a face where the players got tired of seeing and they just got tired of hearing okay eventually it's time to it's time to switch things up ceramics ferguson got that okay arsenal didn't have to make him as meshed united and have to make him resign or anything like that it's relics ferguson left on his own terms he knew when it was the right time all right and obviously since then i mean mentioned united really hasn't been the same but nonetheless it's tough to live up to that.

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"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Of the world cup roster all right we're gonna be talking mentioned you lie night at losing in the fa cup to chelsea and arsenal now have a new manager and that's the touch on arsenal first getting their new manager all right so it seems arsenal aren't going to be going with them lives names pronounce i wanna emory former manager of ps g okay to replace arsene wenger i i not sure how i feel about this move okay because i do have some feelings about ps g of the last few years we've seen ps she pretty much just spend their way try and spend their way to the top and that is helped them win the league one in their league cups and all that but more so it doesn't matter because they haven't done anything in the champions league okay they simply haven't at all winning the league one and your league cups your after your doesn't really matter because the fact is none of those teams in france besides ps g can spend like that okay they literally can't afford to keep up with the competition which is ps g monaco will give them a fight from time to time but that's because the fact that monaco knows how to go to the clubs where they got brazing stars they will bring those guys in develop them and that's how they come close okay but nonetheless ps is a team where they're buying the neighbors cater buying the brahima vicious okay they're buying everyone.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Only facts facts on facts only thank you so my question was after so many years of hatred between arsene wenger and the panama of jose marino and sir alex condoms awkward that all of a sudden it was a love fest congratulations i would expect arson to have some b like get the fuck away from me i don't need you hugging me i i really think it was a very sentimental moment for both managers because i think cer alex was made better by by some winger i don't think so i would be the manager without the competition in the force it's kind of like the detroit pistons making michael jordan better without the bad boys the bad boys pistons making michael jordan the greatest fuck and the hardest player ever to play basketball at the biggest killer instinct the detroit pistons our arsenal and the bulls michael jordan are mentors united without that it's it's yeah i mean it makes i'm upset i'm just telling you we had our detroit pistons won two titles back to back i mean magic arsenal one and they hadn't really want since two thousand four chance chauncey billips so it's the same thing with arsenal it's the same thing we won briefly while another team flourished for a six year span mentors united went and flourished way after just like the bull so i think it's a good analogy i think it's a solid now to show that sir alex would not be the manager are you right i think.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I'm not gonna say it i mean chelsea last year broke the record i mean mantha just tied it up this year anyway what am i doing here is i love arsene wenger but i hate are somewhere here because he not only made me fall in love with football he almost made me like to be just like just hit that just like that's good enough that that's good enough like peak where that's not okay where that like oh fourth place is a trophy quoted in saying like four play should be a trophy because that's so hard the premier league that's not okay not okay to accept mediocrity it is not okay to accept that because you can fall on past accomplishments that's not okay so i'm going to stand with it i'm very happy are somewhere leaving it's been time and that i'm very excited for the future and whoever the new managers going to be please understand that this is if you're an arsenal fan listening to this right now this is going to be a transition period don't expect someone to come in like antonio conte like pep guardiola like marino the come in and just totally win the league the next season this things take time look at manchester united look at several other clubs who are liverpool has won a league in twenty years have been trying to for so long so just district club and your thumbs up ing dissing therefore okay so just understand that you're gonna cry weep and understand in crying that wingers gone and we haven't won because oh my god we should kind of kept one you're no no no no no no his time is up this is a i loved him but you know if you love something said if free i think i think there's a perfect metaphor to end this love story with arsene wenger so.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"It's like really really hot girl in high school that was just so mean to the in school like every single day and nothing happened out of because marino was able to do whatever the fucking wanted when he came to winger yeah able to say some horrible shape rage like it was it's in in like like i've always hate him renew and a lot of people don't like marino i don't like yeah i mean because he's kind of a cock but he's he's a good cock you know what i mean as a port sar would say that's a good cock today's and talk yeah because it gets the job done it's if finishes you know what i mean and one on in one eye that was really good all right let's move on that arsenal with another loss let's talk about arsim while you're gone he is now leaving in the season so martin do you wanna start how are you let me ask you this question what are your feelings about arsene wenger to start off with in the future and what has his legacy to put it simply arsene wenger retard four years ago he would have been heralded as one of the best managers in the history of soccer yes he did not win a premier league after two thousand five just wanted to clarify ten thousand five right three to four yeah sorry so yes so after two thousand four he did not win a premier league he never won the champions league.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Yeah okay so they feel that the youngest less worst side of the season and the young kids actually hold their own the first half i got to see the first half i was in new york again this weekend and i watched the first half very hung over and then watch the second half header bar because that's one line and the i have you know i was kind of impressed by the or snows youngsters yeah i os that kids like going up against a pug but definitely like like just because he was going up against like children in the midfield which i know he's so young he's only like what twenty five but he's going to be an eighteen year olds midfield so pug definitely dominated the midfield the first half it was like men versus boys which it was but to be fair i think they really held their own definitely some stupid mistakes we can get there from eighteen year old nineteen year old kids you know what i mean so i can't like be too upset because i think wayne your nose like season's over he's done fuck it let's get these kids in so i was i when i first all the lineup my i was like are you fucking kidding me i was like like it's like i was thinking like some people like the batman thing to some men just like to watch the world burn i was like i was like oh my god when you're just wants to watch arsenal crumble now because he wants revenge he's going to because he came out with comments if that's the big thing we haven't talked about recently in our podcast is at arsene wenger the big news asides the lads darby which will transition to after the game is is leaving arsenal so that is huge news but we'll talk more about that in a second but back to the game.

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Africa, Rona Meyer and Nigeria discussed on Midday on WNYC

Midday on WNYC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Africa, Rona Meyer and Nigeria discussed on Midday on WNYC

"And guarantee a top four finish for united in the premier league the former united manager arsene ceramics ferguson presented awesome venga with a silver vase to mark the frenchman's last visit to old trafford after twenty two years and vanja could see the funny side throws you once you know the danger any more people love you elsewhere the new champions manchester city made it one hundred and two goals scored for a campaign in a thirtieth win of the season with a four one victory relegationthreatened west ham decision to ban the nigerian referee joseph ogle for one year has been ratified by the confederation of african football cast the disciplinary board had found board guilty of attempted match manipulation in this month's confederation cup round of sixteen i like game between the nigerian side plateau united and usm of algiers the toronto raptors and cleveland cavaliers will meet in the nba playoffs for the third straight season that's after lebron james inspired the cavs to a one hundred and five to one hundred one victory of the indiana pacers in game seven of their first round grocers but i don't know we move onto the next series good test for us it was a good test and that's what you trying for all year trying all year to be able to put yourself in position where however the series as harbor playoff series in your body can respond so i wouldn't expect anything less and in tennis the world number one rafael ladele dropped only three games in the final to win the an open title for an eleventh time thanks mike this is new state nine minutes to the hour now we're going to talk about an undercover investigation by the bbc in fact by bbc africa i knew investigative program looking at the problems caused by codeine cough syrup in nigeria it would seem to be fairly innocuous it's good for you obviously in small amounts but it's unfortunately leading to an epidemic of opioid addiction millions of young people are believed to be hooked up but how do industrial quantities of this syrup which is usually only legally available by prescription end up with drug dealers sold to addicts on the street bbc africa is discovered some nigerian pharmaceutical figures are involved in this black market trade is rona meyer reports in the back streets of kano in northern nigeria groups of young.

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"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"But make sense well yes celtics only upset pick tonight so let's go to wrap it up for today today we talked philly versus miami game three talked about the seasons nfl primetime games talked about the pelicans pretty much beating down on the trail blazers along with the warriors being down the spurs and then for this segment like i said arsene wenger going to believe in arsenal at the end of the season we had some updates on the stanley cup playoffs and then we made my picks for two nights came so for this into the gsm see sports podcast as always i am your host jesse top you we'll be back next week so stay tuned and what talk to you later you've been listening to the golden state media concepts sports podcast hard of the golden state media concepts podcast network you can find this show and others like at www dot jesus mc podcast dot com download our podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud google play just type in jesus mc to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music from sports entertainment and even weird news you can also follow us on twitter and on facebook thank you and we hope you have enjoyed today's program total wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about total wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run by people with a passion for wine and beer eight thousand different wines twenty five hundred different beers maybe we are eight hundred of the world come explorer are twelve northern virginia locations now open in in plaza america's center across from wholefoods shop online at totalwine dot com.

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Arsene Wenger and the story of why he really decided to leave Arsenal

BBC Newshour

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Arsene Wenger and the story of why he really decided to leave Arsenal

"You live from london with james kumarisami in an era when english premier league managers are frequently fired the fact that he has lasted at one football club nicknamed the gunners for almost as many years as there are players on the pitch is quite an achievement but today after nearly twenty two years as arsenal manager arsene wenger announce that he'll be leaving the club at the end of the season in two thousand fifteen he spoke to the bbc about the pressures of the job sometimes for us being in maybe it'd be better be no all that because it makes you responsible for the happiness of so many people that the is huge that's how it is and the price to pay for passion is of course a negative emotion as well above wilson is a former arsenal and scotland goalkeeper and he's being closely connected with arsenal for decades so how did he react to today's news shock a degree of sadness degree of relief because the sadness comes from having been there when austin arrived i would go keeping coach at that time in amongst my media commitments and so i was there on day one and got to know him on day one and we have been privileged to be part of the extraordinary twenty one years austin has achieved extraordinary things he is a gentleman incredible gentlemen he's an amazing brain on him i think you know he could have been a fantastic politician his knowledge across not just football but i'm talking about world affairs about illness about almost anything you know he he's so well read in that way what about his impact on on the players and the kind of habits that might have been prevalent in those days that he took one look at and said well we need to change things i think he speaks more for us and then he does the players that when he laid forth all the rehydration bit all the food bit older drink unbanning this sort of food and that sort of food that they all bought into this guy who appeared who looks anything like a form of all that bespectacled and and had this almost professorial sort of way about him they all bought into what he was laying in front of them and he changed everything that he changed the players thinking and.

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Arsenal bend but don't break in Moscow, advance to Europa League semis

Good Day USA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Arsenal bend but don't break in Moscow, advance to Europa League semis

"Give a preliminary mandate to a politician or ask someone to find out if a majority as possible complicating his task is the democratic party senior lawmaker says it won't help the five star movement take power despite its infighting in rome john wayne bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg are out thanks marcus out of the champions league here with the details realm madrid joined liverpool and roy moore in the semifinals if the champions league last night's after etching a thrilling match with defenses the spanish side eventually won four three on aggregates after cristiano ronaldo scored a controversial ninety seven minute penalty in the second leg affair lost clash munich also in friday's draw office seeing off severe see one parole arsenal protects a four one lead going into tonight's secondleg cafe europa league course a final with cs k moscow in russia to competition remains their most realistic chance of playing in next season's champions league with the winner off the trophy automatically qualifying manager arsene fingers says that should be enough to stop his side for being complacent reno target trials as far as possible yes trump positioning we approach regain back british tennis number one call edmund attempts three quarter finals if the latest atp tournaments in marrakesh later takes on moldava's rodney outlets in the last sixteen that's somebody tests i'm george alderman george thanks just want to give our listeners a few central bank events they should be keeping their eyes and ears on today ecb executive board member ben walker appears in paris at lunchtime bank of england governor mark carney speaks in toronto later on in his home country of canada and we get a policy decision for mexico's central bank at seven pm uk time coming up next matt's we are going to be talking about the customs union and the as decision to be pin out too busy with the liberal democrat deputy leader to swinson.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I believe on his own terms like how much pain and agony can one f clubber fame and take before becomes unbearable to you just i'd like your falling out a love with the sport because you're watching your club decline in it's just startling to thing that like we might just fall out of conversation like completed a scary thought it turned into a everton turn into a i know like aston villa used to be a world class cut off all right out already relegated nottingham forest's one zero euro titles it's just scary i think that won't happen lee will always because the money that's mayan are you did in arsenal but at the same time like they do not have the right people running that safest starts of lay stan kroenke starts with arsene wenger just peres speeches are there's a loss for words really 'cause they just arsene wenger just feels like you so infallible that he feels like he can just that everything he touches has turned to gold we doesn't realize his turned everything in the shit now that to dan he's really just thought the greenwich jacques it will be the next patrick vieira abe's been another poor signing we stop you would be the next so campbell poor signing that luck is that would be the next on reports signing continued ah a bombing to address well above young there has been enough time but again uh mets owes a would be the next go broke go broto silva um.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Degree like this gives them more like fire and gives them more coverage in a makes outsider fans like of arsenal football club like they dislike louis like it's they've made a joke out of it because we've been such shit it makes me so upset because it just becomes is odd going joke that like when we're losing the the number think number one thing i see on twitter and on internet has like arsenal fancy vis going to be awesome said i ha it's it's kinda like even as legend non or is no fan luggage it's moved past the point of funny to watch y'all lose and it's gone to the point where he just like oh oh god oh oh cheeses are you oh my god to two austrian too bright home come on and it's gone ton a pathetic to watch arsenal fan tv because it's the same ship regurgitated again and again now you said it it's kind of a sick joke now it's not funny anymore to see arsenal and i have no qualms against arsenal i know united hated arsenal in the early 2000s but you know what grown s may roma hey i can't you know you know what liverpool were and men city were still fuck fuck them but arsenal and united where more respectable rivals now we're we're not close and all that shit so to see a team kind of become a joke over the past two three years it's it's really it's moved past the point of pointing and laughing and gone to like oh come on that that this really sucks so i wanted to throw some stats that you in the past five games and i'm sorry in the past six games arsenal has lost five of them in the past 15 games ours know has only won four games and i think the question comes down to can you put the fucking blame one hundred percent on arsene wenger because i think arsene wenger is one hundred percent at fault for what.

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"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"But then you also have our ramsey who's trying to link just fucking runaround also chicken with this had cut off leaked trying to cover all the space that all these other midfielders was trying to cover it really hurts me to see because when you allow these midfielders allow man city to give them all this space are going to capitalize on all this space and that you have to anderson going to a game plan that like he started off with a back three arsene wenger and then he it to a back five and then a back four the whole game like he kept switching his formations around and it was almost like when you're playing thief a and you're like this is a working new paul's the game and your estate of there what does this guy do any completing his formation it was like arsene wenger he had no solution against men city and he kept changing his formations all around and obviously i feel like he's crote arsene wenger has no solution against a top tier team and everyone's away like let's see arsenal against a top to your team it is showed is showed against a lackadaisical man city team who dominated when you have a wearable new have company whose in the latter of his career we have david silva who also been brilliant but he's also like an older player like he's like what 35 debits over yeah thirty nine anand dabbed silva is like they're you thirty max really i thought he was order now nona that'd so but your point remains the same manchester city did not put out their best and manchester city's second best just dominated arsenal at the end of the dow you're right i'm sorry i'm i'm trying to think in my hand i'm thinking of a ibra who's like up the asi of and blake legends but then they're not really well i mean like you gotta you got a switch demanded into how to deal they system playing for so long you know what i mean like i'm in my head and like uh.

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"arsene" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"arsene" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Performances and big games i think we've seen in a long time quite frankly the weekend we were a shambles i would agree craig 100 percent other than i have no idea would go on this means that where they're from berasategui aside from that if arsene wenger woodward manager of arsenal football club for lost last twenty maybe statement makes sense if this team on prepared physically or mentally out he inherited this team in that manner i understand but he didn't he's been there 20odd years this is his responsibility if his team on good enough technically he's he one who signs as players to that point he briggs a clubrecord in selling a striker and decided to leave him on the bench what given given this season absolutely ridiculous seeing that he's not quite ready for the premier league or been minds are just simply don't get it now no also left i'm not saying i left we were two weeks thanks at the international break trying to pick up the pieces after that shambles of a display trying to figure out what comes next good luck to them with everything from the players as well as pretty shambolic alejandro and i know that they do need that leadership from vangere but should they shoulder any of the blame as well of course this are the players on the field and there is individual responsibility so when activating takes a tired and loses the ball when he's the last man and his responsibility is to make sure that he is the last man defensively for arson on a corner kick how do you go from a corner kick where are you trying to get back into the game one header gates clear and now monitor allies going and the other way one in one situation breakaway goal i let that happen it happens in the u twelve matches that my kids playing the we get it shouldn't happen at arsenal football called it shouldn't happen for professional football issue not happen also that a team like arsenal that knowles knows liverpool than knows at liverpool is going to press and gonna try to force turnovers and then go on the counter that you're not prepare so while there is individual responsibility by the players and lack of effort at times and lack of added to when there is a tackle to be made or a talents to be may.

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