17 Burst results for "Bobby Charlton"
"bobby charlton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I told you it was a party. It was good on you. At least glued. It looks good on the second white. But if you have a kid in ten years time oh, do you remember those four goals? He scored against San Marino. But what about the crowd? The graphics. What about the graphics? On the ball, so he would chase after it. Yeah? As it goes, is it a good sign? If goals haven't come so easy this season, if even if it is against the lower opposition, going back into the Premier League will this help Harry Kane? No. However. It's always great to score goals. Always, as a striker, even not a striker. It's always great to score goals. And you feel a whole lot better about yourself. When you're scoring goals. But then you play against a different type of opposition and then things are not nearly as easy as they were in the mid week against San Marino and then you realize uh oh. Now we're back to business. Can I carry this momentum into playing the Premier League? That's a big question. And obviously the difference in competition is too noticeable. I don't think it makes a difference as to whether he's able to score a goal this weekend. However, it does make a difference. How well he feels and how great he feels and how comfortable he was probably eating ketchup while he was with the national team. I don't believe it. What? He funded all the rules as Harry Kane. Gabby's absolutely anything we can take away from this. I think very little other than the fact that, again, how the game has changed. I think with those four goals, Harry Kane is now up to 48, I believe for England, which means he's level with with Gary Lineker, one behind Bobby Charlton and 5 behind Wayne Rooney of old people. So, you know, and of course, as you mentioned, unless you want to give contact credit, you know, he scored ten goals this season for England. And a total of 7 in all competitions, including three against something called Maura and the Europa conference for.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"We had them apart reversal on the planning liberalization for example. Just like. i'm not said anything. It just happened. Every fishing been abandoned but ultimately we'll be the big test of making these announcements that elegantly reversing them. Kenny deliver something for the time if the next election up now as i mentioned Later on we're gonna be talking about checkers because it's one hundred years since the palmer took over checker. All the checkers became get was a gift to the nation for the prime minister. To relax at david if you ever be. i have twice once for one of those evenings. That where cherie blair showed us around. i am told us the history of the house but my most of the but my biggest memory is when we came in it was a cold evening i'm a fire in the greatest cetera and little leo. Leo's watching the television. Our number the light of the fire shining through his rather big is He sat there in his pajamas. What not this is kind of rather a nice and cute scene. And then another case whether to talk to blair about tv series. I was doing about the blair years just before he left power And yeah it's it's quite fun guy to check i think i was reading flicking to blaze memoirs last improvised. He did seem to really like checkers. He times of crisis thing after nine. Eleven when he was mulling whether or not going to stand down that was where we went and he'd sit on the terrorist. The glass of wine as roma's guitar and that is where he made decisions. What what about you so several times and a number of different things we show all the different uses of checkers for dinner for the dinners for some lunch. Shares but also for meetings ministers and sort of policy discussions which were bit looser. And they were better for. This is john. Major had a series where he which i was at which where he boosting first cabinet ministers and then junior ministers in different tranches to discuss what ought to be in a manifesto. And i think that was a nice atmosphere for into it. So i don't know any prime minister who hasn't really enjoyed checkers. And it's i think it does do. What the founders. Who gave it to the nation. Hope that it would do it. Certainly did it for for church. And i'm for all the prime ministers i've encountered a work with. It was funny. We some of the history of it was part of the reason for doing. It was because the an awareness of the possibility in the future that not every prime minister would have their own country home executive. You get one chance per day. Becoming took my son's into the swimming pool it was given to the nation by richard nixon's ambassador and later took into football dinner and he said to me. This is the greatest evening. And i said i said but surely you enjoyed swimming in the in the prime minister's paul he said yes. But that's a check wasn't there and put it into excise ease slowly but we will find that. Nobody's suggested they'd like finger. Which is their dream. Fantasy dinner party guests. Well i'm sure that's only a matter of time was danny's coming david. Could we maybe can tell you in one week. You think you me what then being pulled over to the studio. I've got my podium in my attic i'm Can you fit all three of us. And we can as long as as long as we get. Jet washed out articles. It's totally it's a do danny finkelstein antonio chelsea who them in the times every week just get yourself a subscription goto the times dot com slash smith. Box up next the secret history of checkers. You'll listening to the red box. Podcast now what are you doing saturday night. yes voice. johnson's having his friends round for dinner this weekend for the ultimate Dinner party at chequers. Walter ed balls boost foresight bill. Bison jimmy car- cake galloway lorraine kelly matt lucas. Davina mccall john watson. john sentamu emma thompson. jeremy paxman eighty bonham-carter. Harry enfield bobby charlton and claudia schiffer all have in common. They have all been guests at chequers. The prime minister's country retreat set in a thousand acres of beautiful grounds in buckinghamshire was given to the nation by arthur lee ann. Louis george became the first prime minister. Take up residence there in nineteen twenty one. Exactly one hundred years ago remember. Find out more about the history. We'll speak to some of the people who've been there but both john's to host a dinner party there to mark the centenary this weekend but his hit a few bumps in the votes have been talked to cost is here with more than we explained about the dinner. Who is who was supposed to be going. And who's actually going so some weeks ago. The trustees of checkers who run the santo invitations to every so cool stats not Theresa may david cameron gordon brown. Tony blat search your major. An uncle win to the back end of week. That's tony blair and gordon brown Had said they couldn't make it said. There was an unfortunate diary clash. Which made this sounded to me. Like the most. Quit family reunion history. Faulty crime ministers. Almost all of who and you choose any two way relationship among that four and that's bad luck that today it's even more uncomfortable than that David cameron enjoy major. in fact. can't it only the so all of the full. The prime minister's it'll be theresa may amperage from some to people who you don't need to know a lot about recent political history to know Do not exactly onto wine on a fan number of issues presumably. It's not going to be just them. Are we expecting other. Always got the sort of sitting other end very long. Dining room table. That will be other people who've been involved in in check over. The is that joe. Major's wife dinu major will be attending. She actually wrote a history of checkers. in one thousand nine hundred six while husband was still prime minister. So you know. I don't think the case. The boris johnson theresa may will be sitting across from each other at a small table reminiscent about the last time they were is together. Which was the 2018. Check is summit where the cabinet agreed to theresa. May's brexit deal on the day. Boris johnson quays as foreign secretary would be little could If that was the topic of compensation for the guests that i'm so there will be others Personally by the way. I think reflects very well on theresa may that she is going. I think she is the she is the person who's recognizing that actually this resident this estate thous- hold place in bush politically history and the the office is bigger than its occupants. Although the other prime ministers absolutely say stress than snubbing the occasion at they simply have dari clashes. But they'll seem to me like it might be author of been a robbery fixture in that orest cheapest full time as well as you were saying. There is a lot of history in the building. It was checkers. Winston churchill recorded many of his famous wartime addresses to the nation markets hosted. American president ronald reagan soviet leader. Mikhail gorbachev tony blair welcomes the us president bill clinton He also hosted she didn't find martin mcguinness advocacy. History goes back even further than that. So let's let's dive into the history books. Martin fire is a historian from newcastle university. And knows a lot about check out high boston match. So whose house was it. Before it became the prime minister's we'll hang out whether he was built in the sixteenth century scraped the hills chilton's and it was acquired by an awful league was a conservative and patron festival ball. Who and this wet. It's interesting and this is in many ways. They historical link with johnson. I've always thought. Johnson is much more in common with this prime minister on the one. He likes to compare himself with lloyd. George comes into the picture who was not averse to trading favored trading owners and he made Lee viscount league. I chance to the country and it's been there was an actual seventeen which convert this but since twenty one hundred years. It's the reason for the dinner. It's been in the country.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"And alf ramsey was coaching One team and the german coach doesn't matter. I'll i'll think of it as soon as we go off air so the team was mostly german and the team was mostly english. But dino zoff was in goal for this for the six and pat jennings from northern. Ireland was in in goal for the three. Which is what i remember. The most and body charlton was running the game but he was like thirty six years old and he was just standing there and and in those days. Nobody touched you. You know you grow old shoulder. Charge was a shoulder charge. But if you had the ball in your possession you didn't have guys grabbing new jersey. Especially if you're bobby charlton more playing as well I think bobby moore was playing. And i don't remember off hand. A guy called jensen from denmark scoring the first goal on a beautiful pass from from charleston. Helmet shown is that they sure yeah. I was trying to think. Because i knew it's beautiful. How beautiful you know. Don't and i think if i remember right. It was a two one three one game but anyway so that was my first exposure and the stadium was only half four which should have thought taught me something about the common market. Jackson said many years later but at halftime my friend. And i looked around to see where everybody was going to you to the lou and no one was moving and i looked down in my beautiful one. Thousand nine hundred. Seventy three super cool cowboy boots. We're getting very wet. Petty drove because we were we were standing in the. We're standing in the behind the goal you know and it was yes he was just running it and i thought oh my god i wonder. What kind of country is this at. Fell gates of these cowboy boots costs and together so much. I'd never long gone now. They lasted a long time. They weren't they weren't like manley. Footwear kind of cowboy boots. They were They were kind of square toed. And you know relatively modest brown brown expose on them. No no wasn't a spurs fair. Man was inver- inverness inverness. This'll was my team. You remember that one We we were. We were doing for channel four channel. Five and. I'm trying to think of who doing it with. But i'd had all these messages. 'cause when inverness caledonian thistle beat celtic. I'd had all these death threats from celtic fans hundreds of literally. Yeah and and you asked me what was a fan. I said because we're up in on the same trip and inverness caledonian was playing inverness. This'll and we went along with twenty other people to watch the match. And i think it was keith webster's closer you a regular then success so they merged into inverness caledonian kissel. That became my favorite team. A fine choice quite a west time this season. I thought i'd look if what you're reading that piece on your love. Hate relationship with it was funny. I saw the headlines about canes girlfriend accusing him of fixing a playoff game. And i thought harry caine was fixing he was the guy at the chicago. Blackhawks pain the wrestler. That's.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Charlton is saying the same thing that them like. Plaza depaz full weltklasse plies. Alum bubby mall. Bobby charlton in the gog Out cape bombing and forget the goal of the. They wouldn't that outfield prize. I wouldn't have been. They wouldn't have been south guys team and they were well close. We haven't got the cost plaza. We got potentially. He's jet greeley. she's now going to prove it. This year in the champion league is just aggravates. Absolutely if you've got many memories of that charity shoe to guy mao see ended up to one. We goals ball you allen. Will kendall scored one with these aid and school. The chelsea go. Yeah waigel pull I think we were. We had a cut of injury. Problems Excuses but said Were very very good team at that time. Because i most of the ball because the midfield Hobby kendall with renowned as the best forever. Which i think. I've said on the show before i think if a if i had any brains the way to the i think brady Outshone them or do That that would have been the best midfield free. Maybe time in in english football anyway. I reminded me a little bit of the barcelona situation when they had the you know the free mitchell classic the same couldn't get the boat off you know and that is the most important area of the pitch because you win that midfield you the ball get the bull anything. The bowl Econo- economy but i. That's great. I'll suggest that we've While we got the dicon skull Zach but the only problem was being and say now is i think by keeping the positive backwards that's good but we never plighted that white guys out fast whenever we got the ball with Possibly be full by the tiny carry out dieting. Fine platinum the at sign in people. With and i don't think either. See sankai possible backwards There it's terrible triton. Our guy now Sidewise backwards. And i went. I'm not chelsea poor by. Ahl supporters complain other years about like it constant watching chelsea they wanted and then they could still can sign. What because possible. The back i watched the Shoot for years ago again. Fulmer fulmer favorite stanford bridge one nil in a sense a chapel off time lunch and geological by full title Too so what do you mean by that. You don't win football matches by your back in the bowl. They to stop the team from scoured and out. They lost one nil. Opted guy mo- That you got the gesture will because she defended too much of the bulk. You want your defenders on the bull. They was saying that this time how well mcguire applied at the back in.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"The magic haul europe the pitch and football rockets. If you haven't got players with magic dust you gonna produce no magic. You going to be very boring and as a consequence if all we're gonna do is defend defend defend defend and lever best players out. Don't to motiva- on don't go to a game football because i don't want to watch the f. whether we win or enough. I'm not interested. I mean to take you on stepfather in in nineteen seventy in the. I had a bit of a bit of a problem. I was sitting right nice. And by the way he's been a great nation to quite recent as he caused to Best idea replan the game yet though very positive well. The greatest mosques destroyed I mean if you look at helmet shoulder and you look at garry southgate and you won't title wally. Wally bro in the paper. The manages via look showing what how much shown india in the early seventy ball beckham. Bow right midfield. Rather most is the most impressive planning not sixty sixty. Come on the by seventy. He was in the Bobby charlton thing with him. They canceled each ever. As i did at wembley well how michelle. This is fooled thinking hateful. Franz beckenbauer in the back fall alongside the big senator. Al anka was a paid him in the back four. Not as good about mason. You could back a good dinner. And i i i y so took as i laughed at that will. We don't have to be happy to tackle if you can sense. How if you can just make the bowl. But he put the probably the worst defendable germany into the back fall. I might show that nobody could mocking yet. That was david planted. The man and i see us like i'll do that when he was planning to. Swindon put himself in the back fall and he was just a point swindon techno vision An eighty was just on a different planet. I'm chelsea did it. we ruled route. Holy like put him in the back. Vanni was just on a different planet as well. This will thinking they should defend. This is putting grateful woods. Fullwood playas into defensive positions to give you an extra attacker and now we are now here. We are taking full without by team to exa defending gone from backwards into you. Know a People live years news before us because football years ago superior to what it is now because everybody is the same way thinking to you and i we. They wanted to see four enough. And i see somebody in a eighty. Something i think is an indian Broken a said that's brian Away said latifi will just like joke stain set. Bill shankly said these people in dhabi show be working autoweek to come and see you play so make. Sure you've got out there in chinatown exactly what you want to be excite and all of a sudden entertainment has gone out the window. A still football is still atomic business. People pay good money to watch people To be entertained. If i'm paying i'm buying aceticket chelsea are also suppose i want to see the best buys on the field. I don't wanna say to the round of the plas- plas- and that we plan. It has a house nation way. I plan eight defenders to start off the match. Now that to me a just sacrilege really as it was. It really taken defensive To a new level. I just into this statue thing i it's again it's the it's the suits it their fight and and you'll find in die in years to come. That says southgate will go onto the thigh kamei because that's where he belongs really absolutely going back to helmet sean and statues if we want to erect a statue in this country erect one of jimmy hogan because jimi was the fella the coach when throughout europe and taught them how to play football. It was very instrumental in the The austrian solid in the thirties with you go mazal. He's good friend. He was very instrumental. In teaching the hungarians supply football the doce supply football. In fact how mature was one of his pupils school address than where again. Jimmy hogan told the germans how to play football and when germany plied holland in the seventy. Four co porno. Jimmy was thinking passed away that year. And the head of the german federation to rezone congratulating He's father in teaching germany. How to play football the only country that jimmy didn't teach to play football. Surprisingly was the english. Because i always turn their back on him and his game was built upon his philosophy of governing fullwood passing skill and technique and really were would repeat what we've sown over the years because we've not listened to people with listen to the likes of charles use. Our agai master consequence is got worse and worse and worse more defensive. Finally i token a was I was thinking about george. Reiner as well when he was involved with Some great gripe plaza. They didn't It was very very clever tactically He with sustained arousa pinkett was Nine to cup off this tiny rasp for some unknown reason and he was turned down flat about the job. They people because i go and so it is still the same is because why Their own mind about that guy bureau. Mata got you golfing the f. I y you now. Even to the extent out was out for the f. Five apple definitely.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Six and ad including style got well good Walls and then by szekely dirani talking about right sided pla- allied pie. That well it depends on the price fall to fall for free freedom and bully at some Good kind of do that raleigh one but yet yet around that so you had you know. The kind of that song was a good claret at the kind of would be good such a diet because he was a kind of old. I was very full with a was someone that feeling spike things. Yeah so i had Decide we we had full well crowds prize. That was a Kepa and the rest rarely you fill the spices around him. But he's bobby charlton in this team of yours replying in the fall of the world cup. Do you fit bobby charlton into that too. So they still. Yeah on the on. Kind of what i would either the jigsaw. It was kind of bumpy. Chattanooga's bubby challen. At one time he was he wasn't left wing. it wasn't a night podium. Inside bobby was didn't really position He wasn't an inside. Is when i think about people shoddy coke. He never had a position he wasn't it wasn't a midfield plan. Bubby was much the siamese he was adrift a song. I'll to to have the best plaza in your tell which which i would do. I would probably put bobby in midfield with joe jason and kept bully on the right then and then because i joe jason if bully when wondering about field. When she was good. I enjoyed without now problem. He was joe. Jason was a a massive tactician on the field. Wear to guy with bully. Went somewhere with nowhere to go. It wouldn't be telling by any couch. The site you know might not one. That would have been a much better team. And we qualify to the next twelve years. So sensor off. Along saw bobby maury from gonna push your marvin into or or simpson from arsenal. Who would you if given that number. Five shirt too. If astronauts was the manager in july sixty six.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on The Ultimate Top 10's of Sport
"No you haven't is he gonna stick out for cross. Won't shelton bobby charlton. Yeah go bobi channel. We don't go an englishman and too but we moan you've got the ashen best sedan. Ronaldo messi pele maradona so always sign that. Bobby charlton is the best imply it. Yeah so you i would. I would agree not aspect to be involved in this. But i i think would agree because Just so many memorable goals. I mean do. Wasn't there some story about if you went into the rainforest your puppy jolt and as soon as they see football. Everyone sort of everybody knew. Bobby charlton the more than bobby moore thing he was. Yeah still have stir killing asked good enough for me if you if you recognizable in a rainforest good have make anybody a new football. What now will beckham ballot about. I think all as a mall bow definitely sees a rolls royce role. Yes that's fate you've got eight then. He ashen best sedan. Rinaldo messy pele. Maradona beckenbauer kreutzmann sheltered. In the other list. At the moment you go maybe platini fan pastern you save you. Toss mel dini. Mario may hula. Retirees saw need help with it is is if we do need people to send you some messages sue in this pine it is just to be in your in your opinion though because him from from your memories right. Cheerio marie than for me. I'm ahead of croix from shelton. Nah bobby charlton. We've job. we're lucky in shelton in los angeles. which is the best. England footballer ever. Yeah i think he's gonna go in. Yeah look nine arranged. dose between croix ibrahimovic. Chief sent mentioned only cam analysis though the other rinaldo. I'll save us on. Ray aniline renaldo who we have in between the that sort of through if you combo's on ray over now die off can out guy from ray so what was another on rayo kroth on rio. I'd have off everyone across old alone. Now he's got the cowboys town and we do. We've taught sales advocate a little bit but on rate was just a beauty. Beautiful thing to watch. Yeah i'll be upset with Onery or platini. Who's the best french plan. Dini romario ronaldinho. I think tweet onery and croix fund. You know things on guide on both of khimik sub to your dose. If i'm going to make a decision if you're telling me. I've got to make a decision between tehran. Nri johan Purely because i've i've seen more of tyrian ry of the new highlights of ever seen one thing of johann amazing. Turn but let's go jerry. Okay the one. I didn't mention one. Didn't mention with bobby moore. Who's not in any the one that didn't mention to you. You're getting on well. It's the six players isn't it..
"bobby charlton" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"The either one money or they don't want to coach. Yes that's why that's why do that and there was they will never going money. Right could earn more money by going and working away from football could work. Could we coach and manager and on it. Now the problem could the money you. You've got to be boost of decisions and ensure that but like the bobby charlton's a ruthless got were i. I mean day it would form the bullying does not knocking that. Because that's how life work was yet you know told now charlton like jack bobby was quite spoken. Man jack dominion so a couple of year. Yeah we are seeing it you know and he would also like you in my day and days before that you know where people you teammates. I've seen teammates get clouds for money. You get a lot of the budget back. i've seen. I've seen some gerald side walls. You don't mean these things. What makes them fail. This should never go down and the work place for settlers. I say back no mistake. The problem in our games. Only there's only a few and far between two can win. Titles you know and it primarily even that is only two or three can win it absolutely talking to the national smoking times You could have taught toppling if in time takeout with it. The what could win this moment in time is chelsea liverpool but about about season this year and Much acidic chelsea besides stable wrote about. They would big false. I think the divide the year out of orcas beside his thoughts jealousy would with it and livable would be the all chelsea would be the one to liverpool under pressure to be audited. Look good team result. Don't want to do well. We'll the make trouble joining coach. Do well this guy. Thomas lost to as med chelsea different. Opposition altogether yes not to be say giants the question terrific football absolutely implying real madrid tonight in the first leg of the champions league takes a well i if chelsea if chelsea get through.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Yet it's said Win custody think how you pronounce it okay. And it in a second cup was against england so obviously a black player come into play against england mid the news and this is where we started getting comparisons and joy of very very respected journalist concluded. That will kind of much of the happening in england because of the the these assets are deficiencies but players have recording was rejected by arsenal. Because it wasn't inara ice off seventy stereo type of because the recruiting was very clear. The the the stick the e e did i mean people kicking kicking him to bits. And ron nord's chris policies will chairman. He concluded that players didn't really have any resilience and the world is bright as white players. And yet you look at the outfield player. That's mid more league appearances anybody in history. And it's tony fold. Who's black under Aggress left from. Bob did bizarrely so in not listed ninety two. So many chris kamara seven hundred games. We've anderson seven hundred games. Tony cunningham seven hundred games a lot. Lots and lots of them but some have concluded that they went. Resilient quite incredible tony collins. He was one of the i. In fact i thought he was the first black plight supply roj dow it was certainly one of the first managers wasn't only collins and still worked in the game because ron was about. It was still skating. Manchester united city named is and. I'm almost certain that it terry coronet said to. Tony advocate these Mason greenwood need took him to manchester. You know it. I would yet bombing. He was the very first black manager. He did very well in the league. Cup final and in the fourth division. But again that's the craft on every interview new. Why on the mold. Black managers in the that was just a regular subject of discussion and win. Vannerson dirksen took over at barnsley in nineteen ninety-three he was one of two black manages at the time And he thought well. This is the beginning the challenge and yet while we twenty years later and then really got many more than two blood manages now so that the again not kind of defies logic when you look at the percentage of black players on the pitch and then you look at the out just isn't reflected now. It is strange run but again the so many players that don't bother put it in for jobs and tc terry coda regular podcasts. Return terriers putting for hundreds of jobs to be a manager and gotten no reply. Allinson was turned down by fulham and that and also Stoke city when sadly the chairman. That guy valor notes in the managerial job. At stoke seats a dolly. The morning of his appointment foot frank worthington remember franken. Got the gig at tranmere. Bobby charlton god. Sometimes people themselves people can't and sometimes it's offered get into football familiar and working as all do with So many former professional footballers it really is a difficult time to get into in a managerial capacity. Who was the first black player to be rejected by england because that's a remarkable story nissan raleigh other. That was jock leslie back. Nine hundred twenty five at plymouth they were in the third division south then but i mean not the division pavane picked for england. But when you look at the england team he was picked full. I think five of the players in the debut full of them. Well how much is one of the nether pitiful kevin his life. He was not team of muramatsu..
"bobby charlton" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Yeah so owning boy and then the third book in this week's book coronarys granddad. What was football. Lock in the nineteen seventies but richard crooks so all those those interesting. There's lots of books like that. The rim especially retro books. I love retro books. And let's give a shout out for the light east backpass magazine magazine. Choice subscribed to issue number. Seventy two with them. Not bush by bobby charlton george best and denis law attribute attribute to the grind light snowing so wonderful rate as a wise back backpass magazine. You were in that past magazine. I was each on the soil. Cochran show was well recently tasty. Yeah finally got posted. It was a couple hours. You know. And i think he could downbeat and our and our but he really enjoyed doing we just got talking to buy anything and everything about football you went on and lawn and on but that black bus magazine obviously sucked to seventy two Backpass absolutely love it. Love breezy don't mean in an interview is no you you were in back. Pass a few issues ago. If you remember we saw to that i with have seen right to put heart not seen it on the wall yet up. I'll pull it off again. Put account posted on the group's because i'm restricted at the moment for gingrich bro. Put it under pie. But i have put up there in the past the terry colin interview on there. And of also put off the soma cochran show that excellently advocates. I long you token about ira what to i will advocate long token to malcolm full they sunday or malcolm cajal on about to announce it was thrown off. I was we were fantastic. That's what we've split into ally malcolm nice guy truck always polite in your absolutely shipowning shoulder like people think you saw your mind. Well you know until you actually know people until you taught so you know you don't know what they like. You can have an opinion of somebody but often that opinion is Is by on nothing. Not what your solitude taste over going to two cy fifty nine minutes and forty two seconds and aachen air forty need op. Dame's days i'll be honest. She won't win three in off. I was reading still consume actor. But there you go. That's laws saturday first. Game in magnificent socket seven signs versus manchester cicely adult school wants to know it but they were beating us little. Why science really ought to form saw hide. You say this one guy. Months muncie really should we. It's season this season of i'm willing to nila. They've got to start winning games now. I'm gonna go one one a fancy science to get something from that guy everton victims to at less the city against arsenal. Everton school to to nils pa. Yeah i'm gonna go. I'm the guy one one again through the grow. They're awesome just cannot keep losing guy shirley..
"bobby charlton" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Nine, three, six, one, one, eight, that's eight, hundred, four, nine, three, sixty, one, eighteen. You. Spent. In the Middle East and I just wanted to stay that a great fan of your work. I don't interrupt me please. Ask. You must be crazy use a D.. O.. G. And if you was my man, I, would have been kicked you out of my house by now this is what had happened. Gosh that is dramatic. All Right Anyway Messi he hasn't spoken since the Byron Munich loss. Would he really remember he said that he was going to retire a couple of times I don't know. But the thing to remember about Messi is what has he done for Barcelona? Four hundred and eighty five games. Four hundred and forty four goals. For Argentina. ONE HUNDRED THIRTY EIGHT CAPS seventy goals? Think about England's all time record of forty. Nine, Bobby Charlton and Gary Lineker had. So the guy. Is still scoring goals at an amazing clip. A goal every other game like Pele. That's great. But seriously, he almost has a goal.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Won't either. My come on over to my house and Franklin Lakes will help chair knows what everybody who Everybody's got to know that so in comes and I did this. The cameo only gives you I didn't know I've never done a cameo. So I was trying to write like a lengthy script for Simms. But they give you a tight window. They don't want you to, like, Go on and on and on. You got to hit this. You've got to hit that so all I could say was Molly loves everything about Big Blue. I said, especially rushing Luv actually actually said he graduated Mountain Lakes I in 1986 the height of big blue glory. That's well, But what you need to know Phil is that he loves especially loved crushing the 40 Niners. So if you watch the video halfway through when he transitions of the 19 he kind of gets pumped, he kind of goes. Oh, man, This is something I really got. Kind of puts his arms out like and I got to say I really got to thank you. Because you what does he say? Cups if you can find the middle of it, but some of the things you loved, or some of things our law, we beat the 40 Niners. Yes. You know, he's we talked about this in the analysis. This gets him off the 49 3 get maybe more than the Super Bowl. Right? Maybe more than the Super Bowl like you don't like I've noticed over the years like getting a look getting to know Ronnie Lott. For example. Like a lot of times, you meet these great great players like Hall of Fame, guys and Murph. Like you find they really don't want to talk about their accomplishments. Like they just don't like to go there for whatever the reason may be. It's just not a good look. Dude. Simms runs towards it. Let me tell you all about that one. I'll never forget. Apparently, you want Sims is happy to talk like you got more games. You already discussed with total about money. How about that? Monday night? Or in 86? We'll talk about it. Yeah. I got to say he is. Hey, is something else, man? Manuel, Yacht bless. Oh, folly. We couldn't get your friend Pepe. A. We couldn't get your bobs. We got your Bill Simms. I'll never forget this. It's ah people. Phil Simms here. People know 6 20 reaction was I mean, we're now kind of exhausted from laughing at my order. Now, I wouldn't mind here cause I literally lost my ass on the original. Well, it's down in the Murph in Mackey's for sure. OK, good. Good man. One more cooler content. Before you got to get out of here. We got Dee had coming up badge early, too. Okay. We'll go from like his were exhausted from laughing. We're kind of running out. Why don't we bring it back to like something very heartfelt collie, I found I found Today. Four. Yeah, of our big Jack Charlton Appreciation. Good good. A four dude for brother is now released back to Ireland and second captains has reached out to me asking, they want to play the sound of our appreciation of Charlton on the Dublin airwaves. Todd silly. I hope it's like lives up. I don't know if it's worth it for that. I told them I mean, because what it's been is like we're doing Jack Charlton. 101 because you're coming at me with no knowledge, so none they might find it too rudimentary. You know Ryan's spot you got like, minutes. Tint bystander now who totally got sucked into the methodical we've talked about, you know the sadness of his passing. We talked about what he meant to Ireland palling I swept up in in in the song. We're all part of Jackie's Army. Totally. He got swept up in what can happen when a sporting event completely overwhelms the nation? Yeah, the fact that he was English and did this for the Irish The tribute that second captains has put out to him with the piano playing underneath him, saying he considers himself as Irish as he does English. That might have been my favorite clip you sent so far because they show ah lot of different people reacting during the game in that one guy like the one minute mark, the bald guy just trying to get Yeah, like I just really wrecked. One of my Irish buddies wrote It had a great lies in one of the Irish sports Writers. Best lines was so it's called Italian 90 because that's where the World Cup is being played that year. So it's And this Irish sports writer who was covering the team in Italy. He had a great line, he said. He said it turns out I missed Italian 90 because I was in Italy. You know what I mean? Yeah, the the really party was in Ireland like it was like that with a nation. Was overwhelmed now to speak to Charlton's character. He had a brother named Bobby Charlton, who copes knew all about. It is one of the greatest footballers in English history. Manchester United legends Sir Bobby Charlton and they were best pals. Growing up. They shared a bed in a dirt poor northern England town. They both made it to the English Premier League. It's like making it to the show. They loved each other. They were on the 1966 World Cup winning team together, and then they had a falling out based on the wives. Tuffy off that is late in life, though Bobby Charlton was getting honored by BBC. And they do who showed up out of nowhere, Dude, Big Jack showed up. Yeah, and he made a speech that said people were weeping in both nations. And at the end, this is the last 10 seconds of the speech. You have to imagine his brother now is is trying to hold it together. And this is them late in life. Shortly before Jack dies Jack Charlton Honoring his brother. OK, we were kids. We used to go with the parking place. I would go home for dinner and he'd stay on.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"About us there on the podium, but I think they're bronze. I think when you get it to international corruption, pretty see if they put kids on the football field, and then maybe they'll get silver. You know, I mean, they put kids on the field. They may rank up your World Cup 2020 22. It's coming. Okay, Very cutter. I'll take it here. Whatever it takes. And then what is the state of Of Irish Ireland. Soccer time still underway Right now we're still in the grips of qualified, but I think it worked. I think you get it. I mean, you obviously get it every four years, But I think you get a summer soccer tournament. Generally, every year like this would have been Olympics, right? And then, yeah, right. European Bureau was a couple of years ago. So next year would have been the Confederations Cup right, which is usually I think a lot of my time out of my league right now. They didn't tell you they do. Generally, they do a cup in the in the city that's supposed to host the World Cup like a mini tournament the year before. I believe that's what they do. Yeah, You're right. I don't want to see its confederations. But that might be the wrong name. Actually you. Eva, 2020 was supposed to go on this summer this summer supposed to go on. He did have to cancel it here. The tournament scheduled to take place? Yeah, they delayed it for a year. Because the pandemic so euro 2020 was supposed to be this summer. Neuro thing in the World Cup was two years away. That's right. OK, ifs up anyway. Polly that how about that? That cartoon? Right? Yeah, with the dog. That's tough to just look. He's looking for his master. He's out there looking real quick. So once once Charlton stepped down, what is the What I meant is like what? It's been a little bit of a mess. Yeah, that's what I'm asking. Where are they today? Just as they did, and nothing will ever be. He is innocent, beautiful as it was then because now there's sort of like infighting and cynicism and their skeptically and there's criticism and all. It's just like the glory that golden Jack Jack was like Boki. In that those you know now it's like it'll never be the same. You know, I'd do anything in life football. She name it. Holly plucks the Bobby Charlton stuff is crazy like he was so the Manchester United believe was playing in a in a match against Bayern Munich or somebody in Germany, and they tried to take off during a blizzard. This was like in the late fifties. Yeah, and the and the plane crashed. And I think like 20 to 25 players Were killed on this plate. Like you say it's a Munich air disaster is a huge and Bobby Charlton. One of the few players survived and then was knighted and I can't confirm. I believe he came back to play like you played for, like another 10 years or something like you guys are all my doors. This is one of the biggest disasters with your brother. The plane crash. There's a lock on it is a huge is a legendary story he played. And then they see in that one of those final frames in that cartoon policy, Jack being the gentleman the greatest play I ever saw was Bobby Charles. Yes, my brother. Is it like the Giambi's or is he way beyond like she's not? Wow, It's a child like legendary Jeremy No more like DiMaggio..
"bobby charlton" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Life for over twenty years Eddie Murray was a kicker in the National Football League including several years for my beloved Detroit Lions now if you're among our listeners in the state of Michigan you'll share in my misery over all these years that the lions have not yet made it to a Superbowl if you're from outside of the state that's okay you already know that we lions fans have a difficult time but this conversation that you're about to hear is about so much more than sports Andy Murray's journey to being a professional football player go so much further than the football field losing both of his parents at a young age and having to make his way from one country to another before he came to America and it's I don't want to issue a spoiler alert but there's good stuff in the moments ahead even if you don't like sports so why do hope you'll listen carefully before we get to all that I want to see a thank you to those of you who have stepped up to become partners with the big impact as part of our patrie on support team you have come in and said you know I'm going to donate five ten fifty dollars a month to help keep this program going because we enjoy and appreciate the positive inspiring and uplifting content that we hear every week so I want to say thank you to transaction to Cindy and to Larry and to the others who have come along and said we believe in the program we want to support it I would love to have you do the same thing whether you're listening to us on the radio right now or in podcast form we would sure love to have you as part of our big impact team all you have to do is go to the website big impact radio dot com and look on the right side of the homepage for the link that says patriarch P. A. T. R. E. O. N. when you see that click on it it'll take you directly into a page that shows you some of the different rewards we've built in depending on how much you're willing to support us and even if it's only the cost of a Cup of coffee per month every little bit helps so please consider joining us as a supporter of the program and we'll do our part to continue presenting you with inspiring and uplifting conversations every week just like this one featuring former NFL star Eddie Murray I am extremely excited to welcome our featured guest on the program this week because as a young Detroit Lions for in any Murray was my kicker he was the guy that we would watch on extra points and field goals every week in a couple weeks ago when I saw him at a golf event he still looked like he was ready to take the field and and put him up from fifty plus yards so any welcome to the program and how many yards are you're good for these days what's up for a fall back for having the bill of rights to run into you at the the mire ladies stop programs that were up in grand rapids I know I was up there representing hope network who I work for right now and in one of the programs that was it was nice to run into you at that so but job yeah my yeah my kicking days are long gone I know I haven't touched the ball and it's got to be ten years or so so yeah I I what does not not not do too well I think on any we have any an audience from all walks of life all around the country some of whom love sports some of whom could care less about sports and you and I are going to talk about a little of everything that's a preview for our listeners who are thinking I don't know if I want to do a sports talk we're gonna get to the whole network in some of the things you're working on but I'm curious as a long time sports fan when was it in your life that you first thought you know what I think I think I can make a living doing this kicking thing in it you went on to do it for twenty plus seasons well it's funny that I I have been asked that question a lot and and most people are kind of surprised that the answer and a lot of people saw more in me that I saw on my cell I know coming out of high school in Canada and getting the opportunity to go to two lane diversity on a football scholarship that for them down there and in the late seventies you know what what a great honor and it was the biggest break in my life to have an opportunity to further my education and and also to be able to play football but I didn't really have a real big love for being a field goal kicker most of my adolescent years and my younger sports years I happen to live in England from four to fourteen and so I was playing a lot of soccer and rugby and cricket so those were my first love and I lived in England because my my father was English but he happened to be in the Canadian navy for twenty five years so when he retired after serving in World War two and the Korean War and and twenty five years of service a retired and moved the family to Portsmouth England where I live my mother being Canadian from Newfoundland at Saint John's my father passed away when I was fourteen and then my mother moved back to Canada which were I was originally born in Halifax Nova Scotia but we moved to Victoria British Columbia after my father passed away so that's what I got introduced to playing football but it really was not my first love I court I had an ability to care I had a strong legs hi I had a strong shot playing soccer and I used to do a lot of the kicking at that involved in in rugby so when I went to college I you know I did it but it wasn't you know something that I thought I would carry over even when my senior year came around and you know they have the all star game should all the senior bowl and eats were trying ball then they have the combine well I didn't get invited to any of those so I had no indication back then that I would maybe further my career I had some people talking to me back home in Victoria that may be I may get a chance to play in the Canadian lady but I had no aspirations that I would really be called uncle like a lot to go play in the NFL so when I got drafted by the Detroit Lions I just felt very blessed and came where are you and dole aspirations that I may make it and things this kind of fell into place and as they say you know that that's how the how my career started up but I really didn't have any inclination or thought of wanting to be an NFL well times have certainly changed because now if you're a young man with the aspirations maybe to to be a kicker or in any sport to be advance to the next level you're probably gonna be discovered through social media our through somebody Rick subscribing to a recruiting service and you don't really have to sell yourself as much as you did back in the seventies were I think you would have to go and probably in person show somebody that you the you know how to kick so it's a different world today isn't it well I am absolutely as they're they're all like you had mentioned there there are a lot of opportunities that people can take advantage advantage job whether they want to subscribe for you know recruiting websites like rivals and and put your profile on there or I I know when I do private lessons for kids and try to help them get scholarships I just saved Hey what you cell phone use of the lease that's free but you can always tell people to go to a certain site yeah watch your work out so I mean there are a lot like you said they are a lot of ways to skin the cat have people actually see and evaluate your abilities without having to go out there and pay for it part of what you were so good at doing and what every kicker at the professional and really the top collegiate level has to be good at doing is handling pressure and I think that the end of the year route you took to handle yet is applicables to our audience whether they're ever going to be in a sports moments or not whether it's the young piano student ready for the spring recital or whether it's the golfer with the big pot coming up or maybe it's just the big job interview for somebody we all struggle to handle pressure you'll see the flop sweat come down or the hamster to shaker the speech gets a little shaky along the way what was the Eddie Murray wrote for absorbing Indexi excelling in those pressure packed moments that you encountered for years what I thought I believe I was like every other kid growing up and because of my background proudly in my adolescent years being in England you know you want to be someone so for main my heroes were involved George Bastin Bobby Charlton and LA and you say DO and and I wanted to beat them so when I was out playing with my friends those are the people that I was trying to emulate so what does separate the people that are able to advance are the people that are can't handle that quote on quote pressure situation I know I always you know I I've always been amazed when I I've seen younger kid you use it and I know you have a really big love for golf like I do and how many videos have you seen where you see the high school kid and he hit the ball and they sell him hit the ball three hundred and fifty and six yards and I go okay well let's put him in a pressure situation let him put him on TV a lot important plain enough for some with Dustin Johnson and Ricky Fowler and now let's see how he goes to do it and that's what separates why there are professionals and why there are people who can just hit the ball good so Hey yeah I I need you way of looking at it but I know for me I grew up and I I always would think of putting myself in that pressure situation so for me it was a mind game I all I'm taking a penalty to win the World Cup get off or I'm going to win the the print your league you know if I if I make the free kick you know and that's how I would play the game in my head and I just kind of carry that over with a lot of other things and a lot.
"bobby charlton" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio
"Goodnight. Goodnight. I lean read are you doing on this wonderful beautiful night and doing wonderfully. Thanks so much. Joel. It's a group. I am excellent my friend excellent. As can be thanks for asking. What part of the wood? Are you in right now? I am in Boston Massachusetts where we've had an action mild winter, but we're expecting snow this evening. So let the games begin. Very cool. Arlene, do tell us which of your talents responsible. I connecting this Pacific time in history. Sure. Sure. So I'm in organizing productivity coach I have my own business called simplify with Eileen, and you and I were fortunate to connect through innovation women, and I'm grateful that you reached out to to have this connection. We can definitely think Bobby Charlton for making that possible through that as in group of women, so our rights, you're the Pusan the hubs people organize and help them be productive. Who did you learn that from? Well, I'm from a family of five and I shared a bedroom on all through my life with my two sisters, and I pretty much come from a family of pile people, and I am somewhat in Neethling organized. So I just from from early age on just really cherished order and simplicity and organization, and yes, so it just I think I actually got it from my mom. She was pretty good raising five kids in a in a household. That was not overrun by stuff. Interesting. When you said, you will pile people. What does that mean? Oh, so my they they there's piles on every of horizontal surface on, you know, piles or just on those things that kinda grow their these delay decisions. And that's that's the environment. You know, some. What that I grew up in my brothers and sisters their pile people love, I said lovingly say pile in figuring. I've never heard that before. So you loon from seeing what not to do? Yes. Yes. That's intriguing. So you definitely stuck out. In the midst of everyone on guessing, I did I stuck on the whole budget way. But yeah, that was sure. And what I learned is, you know, over time and just demonstrated every which way that it's really not so much about organizing. It's really about having less in when we have less. You know, we sort of we create the freedom to enjoy a life of simplicity and Jolie and abundance in ways other than stuff that's musings where we're can connect through to interested in clearing up the clutter. Yes. So my website is probably the best spot. Visit got links to all my social media, mice a website is simplified with I lean dot com. And again, they can see all sorts of in photos, and my story and linked to me on all kinds of social media was wonderful amazing sight like I love the. Pople? So definitely took my heart. When I saw the colors that you had they're very very warm very welcoming presume easing stuff going on. There will do tell me one thing that you've done early inconsistently over the last three years, please. So what I've done consistently over the past three years is really walk. The walk of really being mindful of. Being having simplicity in my own life with my husband, and I and in our own home, and even the seems like obligations and relationships and making sure that everything I invited twice is really aligned with how I want my life to be from two fun. Nominal light. Phenomenal happy comb content all sorts of good stuff. Just of people embark on this path to definitely create that speaks with a kind have phenomenon life. So I think what I would just vise people is to first of all just take small bites Rome wasn't built in a day. And you know, if you want to run a marathon twenty six miles first day, do not go out in run twenty six you probably run one though taking it in small bites in just, you know, reclaiming one space, maybe it's the junk drawer, or maybe it's the garage, but taking it in small bites really building on it. And then just realize the the transformation in how you feel when that happens and then keep building upon that. Yes. Go missing audience. Again, you're hearing from I leaned Rian you can connect with a simplified with. I lean dot com. Eilly let's switch gears Fomin, let me invite you know, in my time. That is..
"bobby charlton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"bobby charlton" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"Can you do on your on with the most amazing creative repower house really of animators model makers set builders? And they all know what they're doing. And I've worked with many before. And it's nice that I don't have to say a lot and they get they get what you mean. That's the beauty of having how to let experience, but yeah, we have like thirty five animators on the production eight hundred different set. So we're shooting thirty five or forty different sets every day in the different lighting setups. So getting around those those people is are mega task each animator might shoot two or three seconds day, which I know to anyone outside sounds not much. But I am nation terms. That's flying really either. Sometimes if we get a minute done in a week, that's really cruising. You know, Butler champagne we talked about a few of the characters already. But do you have a personal favorite? You've got to love the mole. Really? I mean, even the evil courage. If you've gotta love them, otherwise you wouldn't put them in. You know, you wouldn't especially in comedy. I mean, I like them all in different ways. I I loved Doug. I feel an affinity with Doug is he is sort of shy but full of beans and full of enthusiasm is reluctant hero. He he leads from the back, but I enjoyed being Hawkin up. I was quite something. They're real bronze EEO football team were they based on any particular people. Well, no. And I think we have to steer clear of being too much like anybody, really. So they were somewhere sort of equivalence but a bit different. There was one that look a little bit like Wayne Rooney on our team on the on the stone age tea, but he didn't speak like him. It wasn't meant to be him. There's a famous football plan. Bobby charlton? He's one of the great heroes in the UK in football. And he's got a Newcastle Geordie accent. So we had one who looks at like him with Jodie accident had a lot of fun material for people who are football or soccer fans. But you also have a great store that even if you don't it's very heartwarming story. Oh, thanks. Thank you. I mean, we we wanted to wanted to be a football sports move. He then didn't appeal to all the none football fans at the same time wants to be enough enough that you know, for the football fan. So there's there's a lot of football fans worked on the film, but gave me ideas, and and contributed ideas and references. Yeah. So hopefully, you'll let it enjoy it either way. You also have the pigeon who sends messages between lurk Knuth and the Queen. How did that idea surface? You know in a stone-age, film you and you've gotta influences. Like, the Flintstones where they just deal kinds of how do the stone age have technology on the equivalent of modern technology without how do they communicate to they use smoke signals or or what? And this idea came up of this pigeon, which we refer to as the message bird. And here's like the Queen has trouble using the message birth as if it's like a a cell phone or either modern technology, and it was great fun. And I'm not sure people know here, rob Brydon. Here's a great comedian and the UK and hit it the voice of the message bird, mimicking the Queen whose Mary mobilised rob actually played about four characters in the film. He also played the two football commentators there based on commentators known in the UK. But yeah, we had great fun with the message bird at how to describe it. Really? But he's mimicking. He appears in law office, and you speak into his ear Henny mimic. The person that speaking. So it's a bit like watching somebody on Skype or FaceTime. Message. It's a message bird go on make it..