18 Burst results for "Australian football league"
"australian football league" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Of course people in Iceland, one Nice Person Is Andrew Miller who's on the line now with the today's newspapers. Good morning to you Andrew. Or I feel like I'm under pressure now good morning. Is I know it is quite hard for you particularly at this hour, listen. We've been hearing in a headlines that Australia's military, sending a thousand troops to Melbourne in an effort to help contain a corona virus outbreak there of fears of second wave. Now this is something that's been widely reported there particularly in the age. The age is where we're starting, and they are going with this story now it's going to sound quite peculiar to listeners in countries which have been harder hit by this, this is. The decision to call out at least a thousand Australian Defence Force soldiers to Melbourne, because something like twenty or so new cases have been reported in Victoria. Which is obviously in the great scheme of things not deal, but Australia had been congratulating itself on more or less, having knocked this thing on the head, and so the recent appearance in Victoria. In recent days is a bit of a concern. It's not actually clear exactly what these thousand troops are actually going to do. I suspect that there's an amount of reassurance theater going on here it's. The Australian Defence Forces are a very highly regarded and very highly trusted institution in Australia and there's A. kind of reflex among politicians to sort of deployed them. As a as exactly that as a means of reassuring the public in semi, related news. I noticed that panic. Buying has resumed of some products in Australia or in Victoria. Particular so woolworth's an other big shops are having to reintroduce item limits. PAPS! The army's there to stop people panic buying. Would be able to be quite the comedown. Wouldn't if you'd sort of earnestly signed on to defend your country and protect its constitution, and you find yourself separating people fighting over toilet paper and. It's not that it's not that unlikely. Let's turn to ABC and elsewhere who are reporting on the first indigenous speaker of an Australian parliament. This is. In the context of recent protests and demonstrations. Had the local iterations in Australia. This is this is kind of a heartening story. The death of George. Floyd Minneapolis may twenty fifth did have resonances in stroke you? There is a persistent issue of indigenous people dying in police custody. And there were a lot of protests associated with that this is. That context, it's a nice story chantey. Pay It. She's going to become the speaker of the parliament of the northern territory. He was he will be the first indigenous speaker of in parliament. He's previously being the first openly gay indigenous parliamentarian Australia. He's predescessor has stepped down amid a corruption scandal, and it turns out that the order of succession. Being what is, he's new deputy. Speak Garioch. Kit is also an indigenous politician, so the northern territories parliament. Has a now has an indigenous speaker and deputy indigenous speaker both essentially place holders, because there's an election on August, twenty second, but. Yeah. Well at any time, this would be a heart story, but right now. especially it seems especially when. Andrew I'm very sad to say that actually we do have time to look at the full story. I can hear the disappointment in your voice. It's not that hard at the moment to Crowbar Gratuitous football story into the paper per view. This isn't that gratuitous because to go back to where we come in one of the people in Victoria. Who has tested positive for corona virus? As luck would have, it is common, McKenna who plays football for Essendon now? The Australian Football League, which is the top floor, destroyed enrolls. Competition has recently restarted after some weeks of not playing and playing in mostly. Mostly empty stadiums, and it's playing short and games, and with lots of restrictions about where teams can play in where they can count go, but what we have now is the Connor McCann mystery. Because he tested positive and then tested negative, and now nobody's terribly sure what actually happened and whether he had the oldest or not, and and this was a big deal. Essendon game at the weekend was cancelled abruptly when when he's, he's positive. Test was returned. And now no one sure what has happened but Melbourne being Melbourne and Melbourne being melvina belt football, this has now become a major story, their podcasts and features and investigative reporting going into exactly where he is spent every minute of the last two weeks. It's it's verging on self parody, but I'm quite enjoying it. And there's a related story from Northern Ireland. Well, there is brilliantly. This has gone international because Khanna McKenna is among a cohort of Gaelic football players who have gone to Australia and taken up the Australian game. He's from. County Tyrone Northern Ireland. So to the doubtless bafflement of Irish raiders, the newspapers are reporting. This is world the Irish. Among, those who have gone quite big on it and now let me do the Catis plug. Okay, if you're interested in Australian. You can buy COM which is. A Interesting Enough Angie Miller which tells the story of the Victorian football. League and its success success, the Australian football league a that's what I say is it is your usual ten percent opposed. Thank you. That was Monaco's Angie Miller and seriously is a very good book, Cobb. He brings his usual dry wit and his wonderful style to this book, which is out now. You're listening to.
"australian football league" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Let's continue with browse through the day's newspapers Antipodean flavor today. Courtesy of my colleague from down under violating stone. It's Markle's contributing editor Andrew. Me Good Morning Andrew. Good morning from monocle. Twenty four zero eleven studio sounding good this morning not too far from where? I began my day. We don't we're not like more wise though don't live together but we're not too far less than the country. We've been talking about this morning about a political leadership or lack thereof And what at first glance might seem a nice story Camber Times leading with a great piece about a masterclass in leadership? Slight problem for people in Australia. It's not there's no it's not. It's an editorial by Sues Wilson. Whose Kiwi academic And it might be the case. That she's enjoying sticking gluten was starters. Koa side very often. I think choosing to run the pace quite prominently is also the Canberra Times The record of our nation's capital enjoying sticking the boot into the federal government. It does might quite a case. For just cinder Ogden's handling of this crisis it credit for being direct straightforward decisive and transparent in various other adjectives not recently applied to strongest Prime Minister Scott Morrison and it does kind of toying the risk of tooting monocle own of what we were saying about to Cinderella and when we nine to last year's best soft power leader. It shouldn't be the case may be the basically saying like you know what you're doing in a fundamentally decent human being wins you this sort of applause but the bar isn't set terribly high at the moment now indeed no what about another soft power asset that. I think has a complicated relationship with Australia the monarch Queen Elizabeth at the top of the show. And you talked about this address. She gave last night. How are the papers covering the speech? He gave Andrew that guns surprisingly big on it when I say. Surprisingly the monarchy in Australia is not the big deal that it wants walls indeed. It couldn't have been I. I looked up because I wanted to make sure the numbers right and I are astonished when the Queen. I visited Australia in nineteen fifty four. And that's an astonishing felt in itself. Sydney had a population of about one. Point eight million people just over one point. One million people in Sydney toned out to see her ship arrive now granted. There wasn't much from television in nineteen fifty four in fact. I'm not sure there was television in nineteen fifty four but nonetheless. That's the that's the peak from which she's come down. But I think the reason that the striking papers have gone quite big on her address last night was it's not so much anymore out of difference to the monarchy. I think it's it's respect for her personally in the continuity she represents Mo- most historians will have no recollection of any other head of state. And I don't think that the pipe would have gone nearly as big on this if it'd Bayden address given by for example King Charles the food but what I didn't realize looking at the Sydney Morning Herald coverage which is the the pace. We're talking about the outstanding pub quiz fact. This is the only fourth time only the fourth time. She's ever given an unscheduled broadcast in her entire Ryan. And I think you could start a lot of arguments in the pump by asking people denying the other three. Let's let's invite all listening to right right to Andrew Miller. His email details her on the masthead of course. Let's talk a little bit about another intriguing global dynamic Andrew wherever we look in the world people are looking at The repatriation of citizens stranded by this awful period for Australia. I guess it's even more of a global problem than for other nations who are international globalist in their outlook. It is because there's two things playing into this. One is the fundamental question of distance. Almost by definition. When you leave Australia you've had to go locally to do it. It's a big country. A way from anywhere so getting people back from places is quite the logistical enterprise and also we are especially now youth of a nation of travelers. We you know. We don't have the option of having a a few days in Portugal or France or Spain or Italy. We tend to travel. Quite protracted periods quite large distances and quite often on the budget. So we have we are having issues or the Australian government is certainly having issues with a lot of backpackers who had been stranded overseas often in not terribly accessible places. They can't get home Because the airport's closed because travel bans being imposed by whichever country there so there's a piece on the ABC's website which is what we're talking about looking at the the plight of the strategy in trying to do knowledge until you and India specifically but there's hundreds of these cases all over the world just in the last hour or so. It's been announced that a commercial jet. He's got to be organized by the Australian government to bring a strike inside from Peru but not actually clear yet known saved yet to clear whether the Australian government is shouting backpack as they fly time from Peru or whether they're going to be obliged to kick in for it which a lot of people might think it's cheaper to stay here and you were telling me short but we can't cost the opportunity to ask the author of bestselling Book About Football Con. The Best Book about Austrailia Rules Football. I've ever read also the only one but nevertheless poppycock poppycock tat in your single on and tell me what this is. All about. This is interesting. This is being reported in the age. The Melvin News by Burn. It's not just about destroyed football but this is going to be a conversation. The other sports competitions around the world again to have which is how do we restart and the Australian football league which played one round of dimes and couple of weekends ago. Then through the talent is looking at making the most of Australia's space thinking about actually picking a place in Australia which can be isolated virus free and just putting every team there for the duration of the season so the virus can't get in apply. It can't get out I have. I am fascinated to see how this is going to play out in practice. It's fascinating idea. Sounds like it sounds like a good documentary Andrew. Great to speak with you. That's all contributing editor Andrea Melissa. Promisingly spark sprightly at this time of the morning. All I can say thank goodness. We don't have a videolink. You're listening to the globalist..
"australian football league" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For you with the facts people over the age of sixty they're much more likely to develop complications from the corona virus and to be hospitalized from the corona virus with straightforward news coverage around the clock all news all the time right here on KCBS one of the sport's lined out three forty five talking baseball with your Salvator Jennifer giants pitcher Tyler Beatty recently had Tommy John surgery tells the chronicle's Henry Schulman that he wasn't aware of any criticism of his decision to have that surgery which many feel that was a necessary during the corona virus pandemic PT saying that he had heard anything but support and well wishes for fancy teammates and for that he's very appreciative Beatty also saying in the text that he chose to have the surgery in Houston near his Texas home Major League Baseball in the union has agreed to have all players on non guaranteed contracts received forty five days of termination pay if they don't make the forty man roster clubs will have a deadline of one day before the anticipated start of the season to make these moves in five days before the seasons on retention bonus decisions quarterback Jameis Winston who spent his first five seasons with the Buccaneers took to Instagram and Twitter today to bid farewell to Tampa Bay when students a free agent who hasn't signed with a team yet the Buccaneers moved on from their former number one pick when they signed Tom Brady yesterday Duke sophomore point guard Trey Jones is entering the NBA draft Jones was the ACC player of the year and defensive player of the year this past season he's the younger brother of Grizzlies guard Tyus Jones the draft for now is still on and it's scheduled for June twenty fifth and if you're actually looking for a legal leagues that are still playing course most of North America and Europe shut down three leagues though three football leagues in Australia are still playing that includes the Australian football league the leagues are being played in empty stadiums with a corona virus crisis seen more than one thousand Australians affected apps sports dance Joe savage for KCBS Safeway is immediately.
Winning new Perth Stadium design revealed
"Better way finding walking routes and better transport. Take it away nick. Sitting on Australia's West Coast Perth City blessed with good weather pristine beaches and laid back attitudes thanks to a decade-long morning boom the sprawling metropolis has seen a number of large civic projects completed in recent years from libraries to theaters and a soon to be opened museum. But it seems seems that number more debated or consume the public's consciousness quite like the new stadium completed in two thousand eighteen designed by Hassell and Cox Architecture it's an enormous structure structure clad in bronze that rises out of Majestic Park Land A. K.. Part of the design brief was to create a stadium that reflected the state and city. It sits in. But how do you use you something with a sense of place without being literal about it in a way that subtler and more considered than just sticking a name on the side of the building trying to understand what the assistant prices visit the landscape is paypal. Is it a whether is it the view an it's just under some of those and you can never really put your finger on it. I don't think there's no won't move a one year now in this place over the years. She's understanding funding the characteristics of what people resonate with something. When you go into New York I guess about the sky rises about the drama Highrise what's destroys very much connected to environment. It's outdoor settings rivers is long horizontal views. It's amazing relaxed lifestyle. It doesn't matter who you are and what's destroy you you're always it's an informal committing Melissa. Party didn't get she could be with. The tweety is equally myself. You know you could be from the heart and every welcome. It's just an all embracing environment. And that's that's what we try to do in the ninety especially with a capacity of sixty thousand for most events. The stadium will host everything from concerts to Australian football league matches as well as conferences in guards in newly minted entertainment facilities and it's from these facilities. That guests will reacting to enjoy sweeping views towards the city scar on the stadium sits on abandoned the river butting up against the existing Belmont want rice course and new residential developments in the birds would neighborhood all of which is just a few kilometers from the central business district and appreciation of this broader landscape. skype and connection to the city is something. Visitors can enjoy throughout their stadium. Experience when you're in the stadium because outside the stadium you very much connected to the context. It's not just about focusing into the seating bowl itself which is priority for the event PRIEM. post-game how'd you arrive. How you depart? How'd you meet and socialize? We want to reach everything externally so looking out to the COMTEX engaging beautiful landscape and leverage off he is beautiful setting is one of the fortunate stadiums in the world. It's got an amazing setting which is accessible from the poll. Funny it's right on the doorstep to the city you can look at the city water. Expensively they one amazing park is forty the heck with landscaping as part of a stadium. It's blessed he's a very big Bryant move by the previous government to actually move it to that location but what accredits eleven. It's transformed how the city looks for yourself now. Actually we can go beyond the river. No perfect always been an all south conversation. Now it's actually the reason the middle along the boundary because she straight right across it and I doubt will actually start activating and and really connection to Crime Casino Belmont all those elements are on Biz. out becoming inner city provident being dot Tuck. TJ Anyway Public Transport Gripe the trains and buses the best way to go enjoy south of the grime have a few drinks a movie. Four or go to the city guts. The game come back to the city. You can just have a more relaxing enjoyment just to dry phonic alpha king by just
"australian football league" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Public like that Karina was a bold move or basically about the play she had left. How did it go. I mean based on what we saw. She was kind of asking for all this confrontation. didn't play out so great for her. Seventy people were selected to speak out of the one hundred fifty and most of them vented their frustration toward her administration her incompetence as a leader some even asking her to step down people were asking questions like why listen to one hundred fifty randomly selected citizens when you won't listen to over two million people who've taken to the streets three-fer question put like that yes us jackson-lee and some have even you know picked on specific incidents like Yunlong attacks when triads appeared at the subway stations and police didn't come in time I am to help people out people said how do you respond to those who've been brutally attacked and beaten up by the police what she like at because it varies enormously from politicians. Titian to politician is she good at dealing with people and at interacting with the public some some politicians have terrific aptitude for some just terrible where does where does she figure on that spectrum. We'll purely based on the past four months. We've seen that you know press conferences. At this dialogue specifically it just seemed like she had a list of responses a list of talking points and regardless of what was thrown out her. She would just say the same thing. She had no empathy not at all for the people. She didn't suggest made an make any suggestion that she would come to any sort of compromise so I mean it's telling of how just truly truly incompetent she has is as leader so if this meeting did not impress the people selected by lottery to be there all that much and it seems very much like it didn't did. Did it have a wider resonance. Did it attract a sympathetic response outside the venue well directly outside the venue. There were there. There were protesters surrounding the area and obviously before this all happened. She said you know this is a peaceful dialogue. I hope that we can come together. We can be be united but she there were riot. Police stationed outside with tear gas and rubber bullets at the ready so for her to to have that station patient there. It's just not welcoming for anyone. No one's going to feel safe. No one's going to feel like they can trust her. and unfortunately it took her four hours to get out of the venue because protesters were just so angry at the way that she handled last night well it is as we go to where either very late on Friday night the very early on Saturday morning in Hong Kong depending on on how you calibrate these things. What are you expecting this weekend in terms of protest so it's going to be the fifth anniversary bursary of the umbrella movement on Saturday tomorrow so and also as as we mentioned previously October first on Tuesday which is the seventieth anniversary of the People's Republic of China and to organize protests have been given the green light so people are allowed to take to the streets. There shouldn't be be violence. We hope that they won't there won't be violence. an speaking to some of the protesters and organizers they say that these upcoming marches are an opportunity for people people to mourn more than anything the lives of those who have been sacrificed for the past seventy years or those who you know the suicides have occurred it over the past four months as well so overall we we shouldn't expect a lot of violence particularly if the police have given the protesters the green light to go forward career choice. Thank you for joining us in just a moment. This is Monaco's house feud do stay tuned and at this point on the house view a shoutout to listeners in Melbourne and indeed Sydney who may find themselves unable to sleep for anticipation of tomorrow's Australian Football League grand final. The Australian state of Victoria is certainly unusual probably unique in observing two public holidays for sporting events one. The first Tuesday of November is Melbourne Cup Day in Fantas. The rest of the country pretty much takes the afternoon off for the race as well the other the last Friday my day in September is Grand Final Eve the day before the climactic match of the Australian football league season for which more than one hundred thousand listened people will fill the Melbourne cricket ground to watch the Premiership decided the football. They're watching is of course Australian Rules Football Australia's earliest peculiar passion the code correctly described by one Australian Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies as the greatest winter game devised by mortal men the clubs contesting the grand final this year Richmond from the suburbs of Melbourne founded in eighteen eighty five and greater western Sydney kidney from the outer suburbs of Sydney who only joined the AFL in two thousand and twelve a creation of the league at spectacular expense and with generous assistance assistance to further the cause of Australian rules in territory traditionally dominated by rugby league so there are many subtexts to Saturday but one of the weed is that this clash between the Tigers and the giants is also a contest of the two best a fill club songs. Here's Richmond's and here is greater western. Sydney's dowd from the club's songs are a curious quirk uh of the AFL all eighteen clubs have won and they are braid and bellowed by fans in the stands and players in the dressing rooms in the event of victory. The League's older establishment teams have mostly borrowed their's from familiar tunes. Jill lungs is the toreador song from bees as common Be Collingwood's started life as has the music whole standard goodbye. Dolly Gray in Carlton's stately anthem is the minstrel Choon Lily of Laguna and and the Saints Kilda serenade historically infrequent wins with an obvious choice the the canonical versions were recorded in the early nineteen seventies by a choir of Melbourne jazz players wrangled by a record company called fable the expansion of once the Victorian Football League to become the Australian football league during the nineteen eight thousand nine thousand nine hundred ninety s saw new teams added to the competition and therefore four the necessity of new songs in several regrettable instances original works were commissioned these all absolutely sucked and indeed suck still non worse than non more eighty s abomination which fanfares the West Coast Eagles onto the field greater western Sydney's splendid blended swaggering stomp is the work of Harry Angus of Millburn rock band the Cat Empire the no great football fan angus understood what was marvelous about the original clubs club songs an outcome is that blend of match. Oh braggadocio and arch high camp into something that sounds like it might have welcomed Soviet tank divisions back from the battle of Kursk Greater Western. Sydney are a new club with few fans and little history Richmond aren't old club but one of the best supported in the country with with a glorious heritage the two thousand nine hundred nine grand final this Saturday shapes as quite a game innovation versus tradition money versus passion Sydney versus Melbourne but whoever wins will have an appropriately rousing song to sing when the final siren's gone. I am joined now on Nichols Nicole's house view for reasons which will shortly become apparent by monocle research. Nick Milanese who being from Perth may first of all have something to say in defense of West Coast Eagles terrible and stupid stone. I don't I really dinosaurs crooked versatile. I think you'd find that most. West Coast Eagles fans also I think it's terrible so why does it possess because it is objective garbage. It's it's the it's the worst one thousand nine hundred radio rock drivel. It's even got someone playing bass with the thumb which should be a crime punishable Chaba by having the digits zone off one hundred percent agree and really. I think you would find moist paypal do why we persist. I think maybe a stubbornness but like like I was saying earlier when we were chatting about these walls. We're listening to your pace. We are constantly trying to reinvent it like we. We introduced a chant last year at the start of it to try and sort of jazz it. It sounds like a high school sports day. That's what it sounds like now that they've got the chance at the start. Well my attempt to bite you into controversy. There has clearly really failed so we should probably talk about the thing you're actually here to talk about which it says right here on the running order is Milton Keynes This is possibly not some it's ever happened on any of our shows before mcquarry talking about Milton Keynes we are talking about it because I was reporting there for the festival of creative urban living living now now. I don't know if you noticed about Milton Keynes or anything about have you. Have you heard it's been made fun of. It's the punchline for I've been there once. I think I went to see. Ram At Milton Keynes bowl a billion years ago this this cows as well right concrete castle museum I believe that would be concrete. Candles run the museum. No concrete cows are now housed in a museum but that that cuts to the core of Milton Keynes is made fun of four. It's the fact that you know. There wasn't really anything there. There was a joke they couldn't actually have agricultural farm to install concrete cows to make up the numbers it was a place that people didn't WanNa be necessarily it was started in nineteen sixty seven as part of the new towns movement where the British government basically declared a whole heap in new towns around the UK to move people out of the cities to ease overcrowding in them and Milton Keynes I guess became a the showpiece newtown. I know you are skillfully avoiding the question of why you were there. was there okay so. I think so because we're going to give you a little bit of Evan designed background so it was designed in the Garden City Movement where they had lots lots of housing with light industry and agricultural all mixed together in a single development. I guess surrounded by trees. The housing itself is absolutely outstanding. You're surrounded by greenery. There's ample open space at the front and the back of the houses. The issue is visit our you're not experiencing this yours simply driving through one of its many wide roads punctuated by roundabouts and not really getting the tree. Milton Keynes experience so the city council in setting up these festival wanted to try and showcase that so they're inviting people people to come and stay with a resonant to try and get an understanding for what it's like to live in Milton Keynes and why it's so good and is that what you did did you go and stay with some Milton Keynes. I did stay with a lovely eighty year old woman named poulain she we it was a quintessentially English experience we had fish and chips for dinner cool English breakfast in the mornings and Moshi. Oh she pays the night before a cup of tea it was it was delightful so he can intrigue listeners go online and sign up for this they can so the the festival runs from the twenty sixth the September to the thirteenth of October and it's not it's not just the beds united program which is what you spend the night in the city it's also hosted by the exhibitions and events of closed off part of the main street or the Midsummer Boulevard to house an ideas forum for I guess vision in the new future for Milton Keynes because it was it was meant to be a kind of utopia by having all these built you know these buildings surrounded by greenery and and you know it was the advent of the age of the car and they really embrace that but now they've gotta trying I guess envision a new type here and that's why they want to get people in and sharing their ideas and exploring at three this festival we can read all about this in an upcoming edition of Monocle you can I have have a observation at the start of the magazine and you can read about it..
"australian football league" Discussed on 790 KABC
"A first down for Utah turtles gonna learn the teams are going to attack when they give up some stuff that gets with his really kill the children's this far this year have a really tough to go through with that guy goes emotion get ready for the play. first the thirty nine. brown deep about six yards behind the quarterback it was up on his center a rarity any day. the company yeah. thirty seven. under the twelve. yeah. it's really not that I want to tell a little. a lot today is gonna be out the mix it up this run game to slow down the fact that you talked to Brian Thompson who has fought for balls the hundred seventy three yards one thing we did talk about agreeing so their privilege and throw the ball long they take shots. the Trojans. didn't look good against long passes in summer. the role in this way throws on the run. Katz is made and how to bounce Greg Johnson knocking the receiver Thompson just mentioned about about the forty five giving Utah make a whole thirty four at their own forty five yard line their first third down play the game they're averaging forty three percent of the proceeds only seven percent of the season yeah it's going to be four to see what the truth is due on these kind of situations it's not long it's kind of thirty intermediate they bring the try to get that to me it's it's gonna be which is the work of a gay play can't come up with this. five receiver sets look out for Britain probably the troops and killers slot on the news side snap back the Huntley time being rose throws incomplete. the twenty five yard line the back man makes the kids that is Jaylen Dixon Dixon with alone. inside the joke to twenty to the seventeen yard line I was looking at the up band he threw it over his head the guy put his arms up to say hi computer load to be I was wide open. instead it ends up in Nixon's arms actor John to be on the on the on that one it's it's unfortunate to put the two great rush had to stay a step up from Christian record the kettle motel Hurley knock it down just on the public record Johnson. got to keep the receivers in front of you with this offense they need all the time Tupac said. coming this way. misty. the two. ladies first. a string of. he's over there to make the play all right. the charges that they expect to do anything to get the guitar is done the bodies in that area to make up. that's the point for jade and reading. he's made all eleven the season. whistles before the. it got away. but the whistles killed the play he of course coming in for another all time greats in Utah and mac games. and they're gonna backbeats off five yards. also. sixty five. another Australian who actually played with US he's been reckless in the Australian football league for Richmond. so the back about by this is just a little bit longer is all for Jane and reading. this case. just like the other one was. ten thirty nine left first quarter both teams scoring easily on their first drives at USC seven Utah seven in the Trojan football radio to. is everywhere I'm a cooler drive into a tail gate so you filled me up with icing can topple..
"australian football league" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Okay, and improbable has actually competed in the mode, not all these horses have in its very finicky thing when I was talking to Todd Pletcher on Thursday. We asked him how do you prepare for the mud, and he said, he basically basically said you can't these horses either like it or they don't, and you really don't know whether they like it until they're in. And so it just you don't know until the race gets here. Now improbable finished second to Omaha beach in the Arkansas, derby K, Omaha beach is no longer run. Being in the Kentucky, Derby improbable is. So that seems to be a bit of benefit for improbable. If the conditions are what we expect also test this Tacitus who a lot of people are high on here has also been season in the slum. So there you go. That's a for your all of you bet towers out there a little inside baseball. Yeah. You said Tacitus in the guys on in the studio started yellow like talking about ageless male yet. I'm not sure. I'm not sure what happened there a Dina Maryland's, all align like clothes. I was early south with Dana. Dana Maryland's online dean was up. Good morning and Julia show. Talking about alcohol how about hair doll. Oh. Yeah. Hair the dog. That's a great with that is a good one. Kitchen gravy from the south. Okay. Yeah. Business in gravy. Yeah. Biscuits are cornbread. That'd be a good one right core evidence cornbread me get horse's name right corn? Brave. It'd be an awesome force Nate you. You you. Misprint snow. It's Cohen bread. He can't wake up. You know, you can't get him to leave the barn. You know, like Cohn corn bread. We gotta run the Kentucky Derby, biscuits and gravy would be a fantastic night. No. Yeah. No. I like it would you name your horse do? That's a good question. My nickname in college was smiling. Do you know that? That's what my buddies. How the horsemen call me smile. Maybe call it Smilers revenge. I don't it sounded like they should get a pitcher go into Gano together. Oh, Chris house on the line. Chris. Welcome morning McGee. Hey, guys. I was getting sports analysis done. I was getting listening to the wrong show. Yeah. I know. I'm sorry. We don't worry. It's not going to last very long. We'll just talked about a horse named corn bread. That's that's we're we're slowly starting to work away off the rails. While now, I know you're listening to the right show. I listen to you guys every week Dr truck around the country. Thank you rely bucket. My bucket list. The is the Australian Football League grand final. Grand final. Yeah. Their version of the Super Bowl, you you've seen Australian football. If you watched ESPN back in the early eighties, and that's what I grew up. That's why I started watching it while I was like six years old absolutely have led the sport ever since. And my bucket by bucket list is their grand final their version of the Super Bowl every year. Okay. I like buckle at we'll get to the grandpa. I love that. That's the best part of Australia will slip all the officials doing the doing them to guns. Like, no one to score that I love that is the best. This is so much cooler than this. Yeah. Yeah. I was trying to talk my dad, and I would have enjoyed refereeing Georgia football more about I would have enjoyed refereeing Georgia football more if I could have gone. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's all his years dad's fill judge is job. He stood on the goalpost on kicks. And he would he's got put his hands up. You try to talk about the doing Travis. And he didn't tell America your horse name. My horse. Name would be Bette. Davis is. Davison greg. Okay. Yeah. Man. That's a good one cume corns. You know what else? I just thought how about how about this? I we even have a song if our horse was named cornbread. We could we could even have our own conduct Kentucky, Derby, sewn. It would be a road through the desert on a horse named Cohen..
"australian football league" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"DJ Kyle Sandilands. Oh, how should I have known? How can I have known? She's an internet sensation. Okay. He's the DJ Heil Sandilands. Okay. Here's another headline from from just area junior. Jordan Jones and dia beat the heat at lucky brands Coachella party is Jordan Jones, a dancer singer actress youtuber and musically star born in Kalamazoo Michigan on March thirteenth two thousand is she in Olympia and YouTube or and tip tock star born in Boise, Idaho on April, ninth two thousand orangey, see a dancer singer actress and twitch star born in Kansas City, Missouri on June fifteenth two thousand I hate I hate all of that. She's one of the two thousands persons there. Also. That's all year two thousand there all two thousand but as she from Kalamazoo is she from Boise is she a musically star. She had tick tock star. She had tweeted shot from Kalamazoo. She from Boise. She's from Kalamazoo. Yeah. Okay. Right. She's a dancer singer actress youtuber musically star born in count from Kalamazoo connects Jeanette Jeannette tickly blessed gene, ethically, look genetically, but she's wearing jeans genetically blessed Rebecca Judd flaunts endless legs in scanty, denim play suit as she and. As she in UK. Just like endless legs. You've said endless likes twice today. Flaunts endless leg endless Endless loop. Leonti denim place. Scanty denim place. It's like jeans, whatever as she and fellow friends Nandi Bartell and Jesse Murphy hit day to of Coachella music festival is Rebecca Judd, a South African model television presenters and scientists and the wife of former cricket player Quinton decor is you'd be a British model television presenter nurse and the wife of former pm, Tony Blair or she see an Australian bottle television, presenter and speech pathologist and the wife of the former Australian Football League player, Chris Judd. Speech pathologists. Speech any. Okay. Then moving on. Here's one this one where Chris Judd, wait the guy that was married to Jennifer Lopez. No, he's an Australian Football League player also named Chris Judd. Oh, hopeless as export husbands. It was Chris Chris Judd is a pretty standard name. Okay. This one is not a headline. This one isn't actually an Instagram caption them in a read you, oh, this is a guy named James Maslo. And it says so happy to have my source naturals vitamins with me here at Coachella to support my immune system, and he dancing all weekend. No joke. This wellness formula is one of my secrets staying healthy. Give it a try. Hashtag health..
"australian football league" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Handball and dominating, of course. Yeah. It's a dude. Okay. So let's size alone. Like, my daughter at eight years old, swimming, right? And if she continues to take that path and swim competitively, I looked at my husband last night as I'm reading through the story. And I'm like what will happen? If our daughter is swimming competitively against boys because we're watching some of the high school boys yesterday at the swimming. I'm like, they are powerhouses, right? The girls are too, right? But it's it's different. Right, boys. Bodies are different than girls bodies. It's different. We're biologically different as witnessed by Hannah Mounsey who's not going to be able to do anything about being six two and two hundred twenty pounds. There's not I don't care how much estrogen Hannah decides to take. It's not changing that physique. Parents you better pay attention to this crap. I swear if I were this if I were a girl's mother that a girl watching one of these girls are my girl get the crappy data by this Hannam out. I would be livid. Here's what's amazing. The teammates are not upset about this. No. In fact, it was the the football league. The Australian Football League the af the women's league the AFL w who barred Hannah mousy from entering their league. And so even though she has been able to play like on a local level. They didn't want her to be part of their like, national or international league. And so there was. A big story, and you can watch the video on our website chicks on the right dot com. When you when he interview Hannah Mounsey who is clearly a dude in every way, except for the now have like a Bob and Hannah claims to live as a woman, there was a friend of hers who's a dude who was talking about, you know, feeling very defensive for her because she's in this dress. She will not have surgery. She will not get boobs added on. She will not LOP off her dangles. She's just decided this is as far as I'm going to transition and I wanna play on the women's team. Of course, she wants to play in the women's team. Everybody's by. And this is like the man list. This was the manly, man. And man town like a man he was a man what does that feel like dominate all the women should just go in there. And I mean, I'm sure that feels good just beat the crap out of everybody. Good for you. That's great. This is insane. What a what a feminist think about this? They're so quiet. Yeah. Good of just a good on them. They are they are failing us you're failing women way to go. I mean, I'm glad that you're all championing like free tampons just wondering good for you. You guys stay with us. Totally.
"australian football league" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and Pat unleashed on Twitter. History was made over the weekend. With the world's first ever transgender boxer. There was a couple of scars between his chest and abdomen that remained visible from where where the surgery occurred to remove breasts. But Patricio Manuel insisted on no special treatment, which I like before or during the fight made it abundantly clear at the fighters meeting on Friday even requested that ringside commentators. Don't even mention that. He was once a woman. Of course, they did. I mean historic first time it's ever happened. Of course, they're going to mention it. But then this person used to be a woman is now a man goes out and fights men in the boxing ring and had a unanimous decision victory over Hugo Agar that hundred twenty eight pounds super featherweight division. That's pretty amazing. That is pretty cool. That's I mean, that's amazing. He he's he's not asking for special dispensation. He's not trying to you know, change the rules because used to be a woman, none of those things, and what's his name Patricio men. Well, I'm a fan. So seriously, I mean, no special treatment doesn't mention is for purposes moving up in competition as opposed to others in the past and the other way right advantage. Your man, you're transitioning to a woman, and then you fight. Then you fight women seems to be an unfair advantage Patricio, whatever the last two, and he said. I'm in a position where I can help. And I I wanted to help. And that's it. You can't hide it. I'm not trying to hide it either. But I'm not gonna use it as publicity gotta love that. Okay. Yeah. Love that. Cool. There seems to be a lot of this going around with transitioning here in sports, and you know, maybe we're just hearing about it a lot now. But it seems like this didn't use to happen doesn't it? I don't know if it's more prevalent than it once was, but it feels like it. There's another person here who played for Australia's men's team. But now, okay here we go transgendering dominating women's handball. So the opposite of Patrice. Yes. Yes. Six to two hundred twenty pounds this person go and male to female transgender and playing handball I guess used to play rugby or Australian rules football or whatever that is. And really dominated there. I think they banned him her for that. Yes. So before the transition to female played for Australia's men's handball team. Scored four goals in a match against Kazhakstan and contributed a combined eight goals in matches against Japan and ran so really kind of dominating here in the man to woman transition. Australia one though twenty nine twenty four over Iran, and the result may turn out to be a gold worthy. If they finish in fifth or better. It also means that they won't have a wild card to share. I don't I don't understand handball rules, but due to the weight and the height of this person and the testosterone levels. He was banned from entering the Australian Football League the women's Australian Football League draft last year. So that's why. He transitioned she transitioned instead into handball and is now dominating handball. Handball that we're used to a different sort of handle. I think a lot of things going on in that story. I would say this is not a gentlemanly thing to do. Go from the dude sport into the female. And then you're dominating. Yeah. What a jerk. Well, it's what happened. You know? It's happened in high school sports. And it's you know, you gotta feel for the for the girls involved for the women involved because they don't believe it's fair either. And I guess their opinions and their sensibilities can't be taking risk jury risk. It really is. But look the league has weight specifications. And I'm sorry. He she does not meet those now six to two twenty a big woman a big woman girl. So anyway. Play with the men. Although she's not, well, maybe she doesn't. So to speak sorry. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. We also have a fascinating story about a teacher who lost her job for not using the proper pronoun for transgendered student. We'll get into that as well. Coming up here on Pat gray unleashed. Christopher she. Christmas..
"australian football league" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"As you mentioned ping pong cornhole the moxie. Games I remember that Spike spike. Ball in there The rock paper, scissors. Quitted in rock paper. Scissors part of moxie game I actually once hosted the national rock paper scissors championships free seriously That was an interesting thing that happened about ten or eleven. Years. Winner I, think it. Went well I think it I think it's, a two out, of, three, and I think they've got scissors twice wow double. Says double scissors, I saw two kids. At Mifflin party weekend. Wisconsin per watt paper, scissors and then the loser got slapped in the face. So same basic God's working in that but, you've. Got that you've got. Chess boxing which is quite literally what it sounds like chess spot Chester no chess like the game, show and then you get to punch somebody also boxing yes that's all I explored the space that fits greatly so how HR don't pay attention that video holy smoke that's like wizard's chess from chess boxing yes very violent very violent chess so a. Lot of these things all going, on it's it's very exciting looking for and how did you describe these these basically not, a sport is that what you say it's almost a sport well. That's interesting. Because in, the early days of ESPN one. Of the things that people remember most, was a strict rules football or the referees had the white lake safari hats in the lab coats and. Every time there was a try. That went through it would run up and do like this now actually. When I was in Australia. You got to spend some time with the South Sydney swans of the Australian Football League and they. Actually. Had me, out there. Trying to kick the ball anybody hit you, know we was, a, hit, free zone HR would have been very friendly with. But I almost, pulled a hamstring three. Times trying to kick. One of those Austrailia, football through the uprights it wouldn't be doing very well Well I'm looking forward to ESPN the Ocho though I love all those those kind of. Off the off the beaten path, sports yet one that beauty is is like all sports which every sport is sort of, a ridiculous costume contests that we've all somehow assigned a ton of. Meeting these. People care, a lot about their giving them. They're going to try really hard so, it's a lot of fun to watch someone try really hard at hitting another personal lightsaber again that'll be. Eight eight eighteen there you go Down yes PM the Ocho is, back on eight, eight eighteen. There. You go And we announced it. At eight AM so it all it all come idiom on. The, east coast so we only here's a lot of. Eight going on And that thing is, stuck with us for, a long long time remember you can dodge dodgeball that's the, most important thing so that'll. Be, next week we'll look forward to that but you. Know this our next guest was. The first ever guest on our show but somehow Golic and wingo yeah we've still found a way to, keep.
"australian football league" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A former australian rules footballer of nigerian descent is taking legal action against the sport's governing body for alleged racial sexual and religious discrimination joel wilkinson says the abuse was a continuous breach of human rights on insists that racism is rife in australia's most popular professional sport it's thought to be the first case of its kind in the country from sydney film mercer reports walk eight was trying to make me feel all calls a little kid a little black kid a little just face it in two thousand and fourteen joel wilkinson appeared in an antidiscrimination adverts sponsored by the australian football league afl the former goco suns player religious that the league's public stance on racism is very different from what he says is a much darker reality he insists that is career ended because he was so outspoken about the abuse he endured he's taking his case for compensation to australia's human rights commission after talks with the afl failed to reach an agreement on here because i won't be silenced anymore and what has happened has been a continuous breach of human rights i have suffered extreme racism during my time in the nfl and post my career from the ifo until this very mockery was taken from me my rights violated due to racism religious vilification and racially motivated sexual harassment the afl said in a statement that it was sorry the ex player had suffered experiences of racial abuse during his time as a footballer and then it was committed to resolving his complaint film us in sidney now debbie has some other stories from on his desk the authorities in mexico have arrested a third suspect in the kidnap and murder of three films students whose bodies were dissolved in acid mexico's interior minister alphonse never at said the man had adopted a false identity and moved across several states before he was caught in the central city of matter peg police believe the students were kidnapped by a drug gang that mistook them for members of a rival cartel the three young men had been shooting a film in ranch near guadalajara the parents of a young woman who died of multiple organ failure.
"australian football league" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Of a coach and he went overseas for seventeen years and so i saw ben simmons when he was fifteen years old while by himself at a basket shooting when i was the ustralian olympic coach and you know up and introduce myself and talked about coaching his dad but you could just see us david simmons son and you could see that he was an athlete and you know what type of position he was but you could see immediately physical gifts were amazing yeah you know it's funny for being tall and lean he looks strong like his physical straight he's he's a he's pretty compact i don't know i mean you know a lot of these rookies come into this league and you can push him around he looks strong to me 'cause you're right you know you you are correct and i think there's a a strategy and toughness i don't know if you know much about the ozzy sporting culture yes yes yeah you know and it's like i coached in that country for seventeen years and if you have a sort of know the mentality in the spirit of the sporting culture and if you ever looked at the diversion of football hybrid of sort of football and soccer it's the australian football league is indigenous to australia there was a toughness and a fitness that is ridiculous they are the fittest athletes that i've ever seen and you know you put a domino autumn it would confirm that are hotly wanted to confirm it and he's got all that call and he's got a nap lettuces he's got a fitness and toughness and it's true what you what you just said that is what you see what a pleasure brett i love that you're so open to talk about your young stars in your team i just under a valued the chemistry they play real defense which a lot of young guys in the nba that's a hard transition i could.
"australian football league" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Young people to whom i am actually related to i had this conversation with they said no if if you go out and make a complete clown of yourself now some someone we'll take a recurrent at forever indifferent of agim yellowish unpleasant top chattha a well i was forewarned ball you that you were going to pick something excruciatingly modish so this this is my preemptive hold might be a moment okay back to my drop something on the table with a satisfying one yes we'll see if we can capture the sound of it okay the sophie deputies as satisfying slumped coming up that's a pretty well i know this this is excruciatingly noticed these generals football season stops the end of march we give him which is proper football the reagan football league record the match they publication produces this magnificent volume every year at the start of the same he described the cop that half a season recco uh the cover features dustin martin of richmond that's not a tool heimo arctic as it in these muscles chief jones i mean adan none that is thusly martin who lost season had arguably the best season a footballer has nasal now together yes has now on the from you should amabullah metal on the norm smith medal and various other things as well but no it he's 1200 and fifty very thin pages of statistical and historical minutiae looking to start myself i am with all point to tighten to the australian football league it's marvellous i feel like i have been suckered he because i was going this was to be my moment where i trump the excruciating me noticing was going to talk about whereas now where he he he'll just name something really cool and all just looked like a mess libido will say about that shaw mafia pleasant on jaffa what i've been guessing into is the headlines surrounding surrounding mountains screw rallies wutang can album which seem c he bought this bhutan kong he's laurel fava browse yet i put up his prices five thousand percent and he's being done by the feds and all this thing but he bought the irony copy of the luton kind of album fatigue.
"australian football league" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Um so suprisingly fun it's the ralph r o l f and you can find it for sale at the of to be acom all right thanks to our actual sponsor hey while we're here hank we also need to start sharing some of the projects rossum messages that people bought to support charities during the project for awesome this year we really appreciate all the people who did this and we're going to share some of the messages that they bought on dear hankun john beginning with aaron and julian in melbourne i think australia are friends aaron and julian in melbourne would like to congratulate the richmond tires who won the afl grand final in 2017 we are so lucky to be alive during this momentous age it was their first grand final win in thirty seven years whoa what is a grand final on what if the if the afl australian football league icu baby this it is australian rules football which i once saw a real life gamov when i was in australia and i have never been more astonished by a game who's rules i could not follow in the least is the grand final like the super bowl of afl i believe that the richmond tigers are now the world champions of australian rules football all right after thirty seven years so congratulations to them that's incredibly exciting also goku would totally beat superman in a fight they would like us to note so we have i mean there's only one way to find out john.
"australian football league" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Weather in new york city yeah i mean to me it's music weather quick scores random like i like to defunding like so my business partner impure well i bought a women's publishing company pure while dot com last year so watch this alexa whose ryan harwood ryan harwood is a former professional australian rules footballer who played for the brisbane lines in the australian football league so this is funny for me because ryan harwood who runs pure well i get them make fun of him by alexa not knowing who he is alexa whose gary being her chuck gary v her job born in the previous ussr yes i still love basically what i'm doing now is just saying everybody's name and i kind of like you know that they can so you are doing so many things have been arena media at your venter sports that's exciting what you're also having a lot of hip hop artist commend were on 'upandcoming your stories are full of all of the amazing musicians to my question is is via music in the works for unicef start like a low key music which mr onlooker do anything lowkey yes sir do it you'll be a high here no there is no plans for a record label or a management company however music is one of the pillars of our society and honestly to be very frank in you foot felt this for me a little bit i like paying forward us specially if i think you're onto something because there's nothing more rewarding slash intriguing to help somebody period comma knock a grammar it's super fascinating to me where you can do that you know it superfly like that little uber let's let's iris india i'm sorry ours india 'cause i want to commend cularly india i want you to read that uber email that tang emma wall.
"australian football league" Discussed on WCHS
"From the australian football league and my man he averages 46 plus and his hang time was stupid and we miss blade at least two yes balls which gave a fill position yes and so when you add up their return yards they had ninety eight west virginia had minus three that's massive and what it eventually did was it forced a starting position for west virginia's first average field position was just terrible the twenty one yard line one twenty one yard line for w view never began a drive from past the twenty seven yardline and that dr didn't come until very late in the game and that's one of the drives a west virginia scored up so people kind of never fully properly respect field position and return yardage they just it doesn't interim people always talk about what was the total yardage what the kid run for what they rush fort while they pass for fine but beside the hind that there's that hidden yardage number which tells you where you're going to start they killed us in that category and there's nothing you can do it's absolutely undefendable fit at when you've got to kick off guy that puts it in the in the end so there's nothing you can do it just kind leg will guess what that's what it is so you got a credit him in then the ponder that kids got a chance man to be ah you know and extremely big time weapon all season long so there you have it average field position for virginia tech in the first quarter was there are thirty the second quarter it was the thirty eight in the third quarter was there thirty six in the fourth quarter it was their 25 and and for the game their average field position start was the thirty three for west virginia your average feel position start was the 21 that's plus twelve yards multiplied by a dozen possessions huge you'd said a couple things there's a lot on packed with what you just said that start with josh jackson because i thought that was where the difference in the game had to be you hit the nail right on the head i thought that virginia tech staff did a fantastic job early of protecting him and not letting him lose the game and then as west virginia's defense wore down and got tired then they started to lose him up a.
"australian football league" Discussed on AP News
"Today only deals track fields governing bodies named an australian as head of integrity to oversee cases of doping bribery and corruption the i a says brent clothier will join is independent athletics integrity unit from the australian football league where he investigated a doping case that rocked the sport 34 as an and players were banned for using performanceenhancing substances after the world doping agency took the case to the court of arbitration for sport the i a athens clothier is workable also include monitoring betting the manipulation of competition resolve age manipulation and misconduct run transfers of allegiance though cosby's accuser has finished her testimony at the comedian sexual assault trial as ap entertainment editor asking wells gabriel reports the bulk of wednesday's session was taken up by defence crossexamination she may have been here they're just a little but andrew a constand did not break under any stretch of the imagination the former temple university employee went through hours of tedious cross examination sticking by the crux of her story that bill cosby drugged and molested her after she had rebuffed his advances on two previous occasions there were no major stumbles constant seeing calm and composed even as cosby attorney angela grossest questioning grew even more pointed an accusatory a moscow's gabriel the alton culture of europe's roma will be on display in berlin european roma institute taunts and culture is to open premises in the german capital this full europe's home to some twelve million roma minority that has suffered centuries of discrimination backers hope the project will help tackle prejudice the centre was launched thursday at germany's foreign ministry we supporters including the council of europe and george soros is open society foundations the chief of the council of europe said the idea is focusing on what roma culture can contribute to open the eyes of people across europe another aim is empowering the room the people itself to make it proud of its own history and culture and is your first fish father's day the day to see thanks to the most imortant guy in the world this year get him what he really wants at cabello's.