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Brighton draws with Leicester
"A late goal allowed Brighton to earn a two all tie with Lester and move to 6 than the EPL table. Back up Evan Ferguson scored on a header with two minutes to play, leaving the seagulls two points behind 5th place Tottenham. Opened the scoring, but lest her tied it on Mark albright in school in the first half, and went ahead when Harvey Barnes tallied in the 63rd minute. The seagulls controlled most of the game, however, and moved to three one and one in their last 5 games. The tie puts Lester one point clear of relegation. I'm Dave ferry.
Brighton thrashes Liverpool 3-0 in EPL
"Brightness 7th in the EPL and 5 points from the Champions League cut off, following the three zero route of struggling Liverpool. After a scoreless first half, the seagulls took control on goals by Sully march in the 46th and 53rd minutes. March also had a penalty kick attempt called back due to an offsides call late in the first half. Back up Danny walbeck closed the scoring as bright and searched ahead of Liverpool, which fell to 9th with its 6th loss of the season. It was Brighton's first home win over the red since 1961. I'm Dave ferry.
Arsenal stretches EPL lead with 4-2 win at Brighton
"Arsenal is stretched its Premier League lead to 7 points by defeating Brighton four two. Arsenal led three nil by the 47th minute thanks to goals by bacay Osaka, Martin odegaard and Eddie and kenja. Sokka scored just over a minute in. Gabrielle Martinelli sprinted half the pitch to score the clincher in the 71st minute. Brighton back up Evan Ferguson capped the scoring in the 77th minute with his first Premier League goal. The Gunners have won their last 5 league games. Brighton sits 8th on the table with 24 points. I'm Dave fairy.
Brighton beats 10-man Wolves 3-2 on late goal by Gross
"Pascal gross scored in the 83rd minute to get bright in the three two victory over ten man Wolverhampton KO rheumatoid leveled the score at two in the 44th minute Shortly before Nelson tomato received a red card for hauling gamma toma just outside the box Wolves kept the score tied before running its winless streak to four games Adam lalana scored the first goal of the match helping Brighton move into a 6th place tie on the table and three points behind fourth place Newcastle Wolves are tied for last with ten points leading Nottingham Forest on gold differential I'm Dave fairy
"brighton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And by the way, this guy was 69 years old. So this guy had been around the block. He's also a bit of an underworld figure. He'd spent more than 15 years in prison at various times of various things at another trial pending over him. Exactly what happened. There was a shootout and he was killed. So the ultra said, oh, we've lost one of our own. Everybody has to be sad. So not only did they not sing, but when they got confirmation that he had passed, which is around halftime, they said, okay, everybody out of this section, everybody out of this section, it's our way of honoring him. And there's people in that section who might be old friends who never knew him, or didn't care about him. There might be people there would just say, I want to buy a seat in that section. No, no, no. They forced all these people out. I think, and this is a really bad screw up, but from interval on and for the police. Didn't realize what was going on. So when people say, can I go sit somewhere else away from these maniacs? They're like, no, no, your tickets for that section. Sorry, if you leave the section, you're leaving the stadium you're going home. It's terrible. We'll deal to do some crazy stuff. You don't need to behave like this. You don't need to start. The minute you start, your actions, negatively affect other fans of your own team, you need to ask yourself, I'm doing something wrong here. There's so many other ways they can do they can honor this guy's death. And by the way, we can have a debate about whether this is somebody who's thought to be honored. By your labor cruise and lose a way to Leipzig two nail jewels both clubs change managers this season, the difference is Marco rosa is undefeated in 9 and has beaten Real Madrid, whereas javi Alonso, after winning on his debut in Schalke, for now, but hey, shawty, right? Has taken just two points from his last 5 and is in the bottom three. Yeah, I thought he was worrying the difference between the two teams. And I guess you talk about Marco rosa being undefeated. It's not the same experience either between Rosen and shabby Alonso who have been saying my become a great manager and certainly has a great mind and worked under grand managers, but this is all new to him. He's only been in charge for 7 games or something in your conversation or 8 games. This is, I just saw Leipzig with two good and Kung fu I love roses done with suburbs lie who is back to his best. And for chapter also, I think he's roaring because I don't see any you can lose, but play better or progress or you see a progression or you see something. We keep watching them in the Champions League in the league and there's just nothing yet they escaped our political Madrid and now they've got obviously a big game coming up in midweek to stay in Europe but I'm just like it's really difficult I think for an inexperienced manager to take over without preseason to take over team that especially when you've never managed to see that yeah but it doesn't count. It's a completely different experience. It's a completely different experience and yeah I ended up to be very delivered because when they saw, okay, we said goodbye to RICO suave. So how bad can it be chubby loans will be mid table rebuilding and then next season we go again? Yeah, I think that's the other stock. There's only two teams below them in the table. We know where to empower tune in and move into second place. They're not going away. That's for sure and isn't the only Nigerian. Shining right now in Syria. He's been fantastic. I scored a great goal. Yeah, again. Gives them something very different in terms of drive in terms of quickness. It's time to think quite fortunate with the other goal, which was rather dubious penalty. But no, he's giving them another dimension. Like we said, they're playing different. They stole a lot of injured guys to come back. And they're putting all these points away. When the injured guys come back, they guys could hang around in the top floor. And watches it would annoy some people. But gasperini is still around. And next week is. How about that? Your boy Alexandria lacazette scores the only goal is Laurent blanc Lyon, beat Paulo fonseca's Lille. I'm very happy for like I said, and for Larry white, of course, I'm it's not deserved. I will play it so well. The weather team for most of the game basically are one chance in the second half, 15 minutes from time. Like I said, sort of tap in. But before that allele and Jonathan David was so, so good and I was right at the end he said his little trip when he hit the crossbar. Oh my God. And they were lucky and Lopez had a really good game in gold for Leon. But for the guys after the game, this is so frustrating for us, but if we keep playing like this, we're going to score many more goals and we're going to win many more much than he's right. Sometimes you just leave aside the score and look at the performance and it was really good from Lille. They were just to be unfortunate on the day. And for Leon is a good win, but it's not a win that solves blanche had to change a halftime to hold formation, the whole system. But those three points and again, you move on quickly. Brentford and wolves are all one one regard. Let's talk about Diego Costa and his headbutt on Ben me at the very end and the red card. Before we do that, can we talk about Ben mee's goal? Oh, wow. This is the most improbable guy. You would have never believed me. And he could do that. No. Definitely not. You realize just how good even kind of like the rough and tumble hard, British center backs are. They can take and they can pull this off, right? Yeah. I mean, I don't know if James tarkovsky can do this, but we found out maybe he can't find me. This is at the end. This is so Diego Costa, right? Because you're kind of like wrapped up because this is just just after wolves said, had equalized the Reuben Nevis. They're kind of ramped up at the edge of the box and it's almost like Diego Costa forgets. By the way, this is a very slim Diego Costa relative. I mean, something cool, but it looks like he's got him like around his neck, and he uses his neck to smash his head into it, which is scary. It is scary, also bent me goes down and stays down and doesn't move. When I was pretty scary too. Diego, 'cause VAR, you're not gonna get away with it. It's a wrong thing to do. I hope actually he gets more than three games because he definitely deserves something like that. That was a bad one. George, we don't often talk about the lower leagues, but I feel like we have to give in the wild finish in League One when Charlton athletic hosted ipswich town. Yeah, incredible guy. I mean, to be fair, he didn't watch the game. That was funny. No, no, but it's due to on the 90th minute. You think, okay, this is a joy, it's been a good game already. And you think, okay, this will be it. But no, because in the 91st minute, Ladakh was called for ipswich away a child. So you think, wow, great win away. Ipswich, you know, they're going to go and get the three points. And then three minutes later, 94th, that's called the fourth goal, so they're four to 9 in the 19 fourth million Morse with their fourth goal to say, okay, four two up in the 94th minute. This is it. The game is over. Well, it wasn't, because Thomas, in the 19 6 minutes, go for Charlton and then the start explosion you think maybe maybe you think of what is possible now and then George Dobson in the 19 9th minute, scored the equalizer to finish four four.
"brighton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Last season he was on loan at cremonese, started the whole season and said that they went up, and this year, Lake was like, oh, no, there's many famous categories. Oh, there's youngsters, they're superstars. There's mega stars. There's decent players or squat there, blah, blah, blah. Which is like a way of saying, oh, if I jolly, I take these kids out of here. Well, you can also jolly, is the same age, is born the same day as creature cloud Scalia. Came from the dinamo batumi in the Georgian league. I'm going to assume the Georgian league is not that much better than CDP. So if you know, so I know, but it tells me that if I can sign for you, we'd never see the guy. About as often as we see fragile. Whose name, by the way, means beans. Yeah. Wild only for letting go Madrid away to cardi says they lose three two joules. I never thought I'd see a political loser game in these circumstances. Getting up a counter attack in the 1990s. Incredible stuff. When you think that's well done in midweek, they obviously lost. They drew with bio vaccine, but they could out like a loss. Yeah. They messed up penalty and the rebound and the rebound again to win the game and still have hope to continue in the Champions League. This time happened against Cadiz in the game that it should have never. And this is not a game that you should lose really when you've got when you actually become a Madrid and you've got aspirations to finish top three top two, maybe winning the league as well. It shows how not good they are, law of confidence, your Felix came on, finally, eventually but still for a long time, but did really well. Good job. Look, I don't have to criticize your feelings. I can praise. This was good job, Felix. Very good. Second goal was great. The first one, the overhead kick, forced your own goal. That's what you want. But I can not believe we haven't seen more of them in the last few weeks because if you don't play him, you can't be good either. You know, this is someone we've said. You think your boy agrees, man. He's the one. Agreement in morata, by the way, got injured, which is the also the bad news of the three for Spain too. Yeah, big worry for them, but incredible end. I mean, I think enchilada just wanted that week to end. Really, and then start over again, but I'm not sure this would come in would be much better. You know, we joke about her lady or like the super villains who always get the good luck. Talk about bad luck and that game and also we mentioned the guy from Cadiz who scored the winner. The ball comes in off his stomach. Like if he had a differently shaped 6 pack, he would not have gone in. That's true. But don't want to win a way to answer our Frankfurt two one, the gab. How about referee, Sasha, stigmas to saying after the game that you made a mistake in not giving a penalty when Karim at the Yemeni show Jasper Lynne strong is not the first time we saw in Germany a referee's comment television or on record to sell yeah this is the mystic I made and I should have done it differently, blah blah blah is good. What are you saying? The referees in Germany are grown-ups. Yeah, in France is right by the way, the weekend we had a referee having an interview saying laminated mistake in my last game. Look, this was a big mistake because British Dortmund played really badly in this game. For once, you know, university doorman have been unlucky many times the fastest time they were super, super lucky. If I was a 900 fan, I'd be angry. What was interesting about stigma in here? So the incident is you can watch it on YouTube is basically pushing yes, Berlin. Yeah. He saw it and in real time to the referee it seemed like a coming together as they like to say here. If you watch on the video, there's kind of nearly two hands, right? So he said, well, VAR, you guys didn't since I'd seen a VR decided it wasn't a clear and obvious error. I'm into minds about this. I don't want VAR to re referee. But I think one of the things you as VR should do is, you should know your referee well enough and you should know that if stigma sees us again, is he going to get the penalty? Yeah. If I'm reasonably confident that he will give the penalty and change document this game, if he sees it again, you should have him do the on field review. Right. This whole idea that like, oh no, we are only interested in if it's a clear and obvious error. I know why that's in the rules. But if you know that he's going to do this, I don't know, I appreciate his honesty, but if I'm an irick fan, I'm pretty angry right now. Kevin gomero is $35,000. Former party sounds your man legend. Scores an injury time equalizer for Strasbourg against Marseille. Jules the Tutu draw means OM have one just once in the league since early September, are they getting tired of my shouty buddy Igor two door sedan? Well, they start to be a lot of tensions God. We saw a fine abusing Tudor who was on the pitch post match during his flash interview. I think a bit of unrest within the dressing room. By the way, two doors are kind of guy you want to abuse from a safe distance. You almost had to find with the security guy in Marseille, so it was just very shows that the tension I think he showed the ball atmosphere, the game on Tuesday, I suppose is huge because you win, you go through to the last 16 of the Champions League, which would be massive for two door and for the team. At the velodrome as well, you don't win. And you are. And I think if you are the champion after this really bad spread in ligand, it would look really bad for him. And I think it would be more unrest, more tensions, more booze, all of that. So this is a huge game on Tuesday. They are really good first half. They could have been three up a half time. They were tuning up a half time, but it's not enough. In the end, they defend so badly in the second half that they've done it the last 6 weeks or so. It's time to start. Back to God, they were weird things at San Siro at halftime when the ultra was appeared to forcibly. Evacuate everyone in the section of the stands. I mean, one of the couple, yeah, so this is I think an opportunity for enter to do and I'm going to be fair to you, but to do a yoga did and put some distance between themselves and the ultras. So what happened here was this is Santino has three rings. This is one end and it's a second ring of one end where there's some the ultra as the more passionate fans say. One of their leaders happened like an hour before a kick off.
"brighton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I'm not surprised that there are some sporting directors who take that line. But there's also many others who don't. And there's many other clubs who have embraced it. On the commercial side, this is where I struggle a little bit, because it brings to mind what do I want to support to be like, right? He mentions, oh, Fenway and man city have done it successfully. Well, with the glazers, are hugely profitable every year. Obviously without the non pandemic years. For the last ten years, they've not had a particularly good team, right? And yet they still manage to make a lot of money. There is a rejection, I think, from a lot of fans in Europe, about this what they see as an over commercialization. I don't know to what degree this is necessarily what people want. A lot of European clubs have hired executives. I've had American owners or they've had executives from the U.S. running their clubs. For a long time. And I think they have a good knowledge of the market and what flies and what doesn't fly over here. So I don't know. I don't think you win Friends and influence people when you come out and say this. I think back to Gary cook, obviously, wasn't American was English, but it worked for Nike for a long time when he came in Premier League meaning after COVID says, oh, you know, you guys live in the Stone Age, right? And obviously it worked out great for Gary cooks instead. Yeah, you don't come across very well when you say stuff like this, not just in terms of annoying other people, but do you really know what you're talking about? I mean, I know you probably send your man. What they've done, and obviously it's taken in enormous amounts of money. But let's take a manci the enormous amounts of money to do it as well, right? Yeah. On the commercial side, they've built an incredible brand. They built a serious brand. And they could have said, oh, screw the brand. Let me just buy great players and just, you know, not update the park the fronts or whatever, right? So there are interesting things happening elsewhere around Madrid, you know, is still, I think, one of the two, three biggest club brands in sport. Around Madrid, a bigger brand than the Dallas Cowboys. I hate the cowboys, so I'm going to say yes. Are they bigger than Manchester United? I mean, certainly in the same ballpark. Barcelona, despite the messing with the levers, were in that space. So I don't know. I think you're playing a dangerous game when you come in and say, like, oh, let me teach you guys. Hey look, maybe
"brighton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Strengthen the first team and have an impact straight away? Because the day and the others, not ready to have a huge impact right now in the championship for Chelsea in the next 6 months, for example. I think there's a great point. I was funny when you mentioned superstars there. I was thinking like, poor Chelsea's three biggest superstars who are, let's say, under the age of 30 and are going to be part of your future. So not. And you want to say Harvard's mount and restraints is that the three that we come up with, yeah, probably everything so. I mean, as a top those are your top three when you compare them with cities top three. Sterling maybe? I struggle with Sterling. I don't know. It does Sterling belong in that company. Because I tell you what, starting has not been good since moving on. He's been given every chance. Every position, both managers always play them. He's not on that level. He scored a bunch of goals at the Euros. He was deemed expendable by Manchester City. Yeah, he could be there. But I guess what I'm saying is in terms of core kind of wow factor superstar. And obviously, if in Kung fu comes, maybe it becomes him. But it's an odd position to be in. You feel like you have a lot of players who can become better, go to the next level, right? And incidentally, those three guys that we mentioned, how many of them are definite starters at the World Cup? If we streams were fully fit, I mean, I think these gems would start. But you think, but we don't know. Yeah. Because you could be stuck with Kyle walker again. You got me like, yeah, that's true. None of these guys are kind of like, I am the leader of a big, yeah. I mean, however, it could start a great player. Average, we're still kind of waiting to go to that level, right? Yeah, yeah. We don't know, right? No, that's true. And just to finish on Chelsea garb, what did you make of? Is comments? I think it was the weekend or he was speaking last week or Wednesday at sportico invest sports conference. And I'll register read the quote and let it percolate. He's saying these Premier League teams generally in our view are not well managed, he makes an exception for Liverpool and Manchester City, again, not hard to say. They've done it with the first and second. I said, and he says, European football is probably 20 years behind U.S. sports in terms of justification sophistication on the commercial side. And sophistication on the data side. I had one super high level sporting director at a top three world club, tell me when I asked about their approach to data, they said, the data is my eyes. I pick players based on my eyes. He had 6 scouts and no data. That would be Luis campos, by the way. I'm just guessing I saw you. Is he right? We live in London. I'm just a big fan of U.S. sports. We've been to sporting events in the U.S.. Does it feel like we're 20 years behind? And the commercial sophistication on the one hand and the data. On the other. The commercial I get his point, I think, and you see, I mean, the fellow bills have a new stadium coming up in anything in the U.S. with one portfolio where you know that everything is also going to make for you'll find that goes into the stadium to spend his money and to which football stadium right now in the primary. But everywhere it's in Europe, you'll still be behind. That's for sure. I think the Buffalo Bills are also the team that, until a few years ago, they had to play a couple of games in Toronto because they just for financial reasons. Because their families simply doesn't have that much money. It's not that big. It might not be the best, but I can see his point about commercials and merchandising and all of that. Maybe. For the data, I think things have changed a long time ago. I mean, I saw DNA, maybe 15 years ago or ten years ago, to be a big part of what they do for their first team, but also in terms of recruitment and database recruitment. So I think this is a bit harsh. I don't know if he knows how every single club in the primary works. There's only he would know from Ryan Potter that Brighton work a lot with data. I think he's familiar with what Brighton are now. After the weekend. You have to do the weekend, and so I'll Brentford and so on, a lot of other clubs, yeah, of course, you still have old school scouts who are part of your scouting team who still think that going to 300 games a season is better to watch all those players by your own eyes, but you also have a lot of people at those clubs in the Premier League that heavily data orientated and do a lot of their work with data to sign players. I think this is pretty widely known in the UK in the Premier League. Yeah, and it's not just in the Premier League. It's another club. In Europe. The 20 years behind it's funny because they're different sports, right? We have boldly comes from baseball, right? Baseball and the fact there are several books out now one from our colleague grano hanlon, one from Marie Smith. We talk about the history of data and analytics in football. Baseball is very, very easy because you have an enormous dataset, there are a 162 games, it's a lot of one on one battles. It's very easy to count, right? This money boat, yeah. But even in the NFL, analytics hasn't made the inroads that it is made in baseball. And in basketball, football is a more fluid sport. There's a lot of stuff going on. I completely agree with him.
"brighton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I have to say, really, really surprised. Were you a bit surprised too that in a game like this, so I'm guessing he feels, okay, in terms of central midfield, if I'm going to have Sterling and I'm going to have my box with mountain Gallagher forward, we can debate Gallagher another day. And Loftus cheek, two guys behind. I can't have georginio be one of those two guys if I have the attacking wingbacks. And Sterling and Pulitzer. Loftus cheek is a big fella. I don't really have a defense specialist other than Dennis Sakura, but this poor man, I don't think we'll ever play. That's a whole other issue. At some point, when you're three one down, why not get somebody who can pass? I'm not saying COVID situation not that she can't pass. But Loftus cheek still, people complain that Georgina seems slow and weak and lost his cheek. When he's in that deeper position, he's spreading the ball around. He looks ponderous and predictable. I mean, not this week is more effective, I think, driving. We know is more effective when he's driving. It seemed odd that one way, once you've tried that and it hasn't worked, and by the way, there's nobody in your back three. You can really pass other than jago Silva. Wouldn't that be a Georgina situation? I think you're keeping him fresh for your relevant champions a game, right? Yeah, yeah, I don't know. I thought against the Brighton press because we knew exactly and the first goal comes on them recovering the board of super high and Chelsea making a mistake in the build up play because they were never going to play long old game after Georgina would have been very very useful in that and to not pick him for this game and going for guys who yeah time can be pressed resistant but not in the way that you need your central midfielder to be for this game. I thought it was again maybe a mistake and you said we know they're not going to go hide. They're not going to go long and go back to this. If you do play politics and Sterling and even people who don't like them, both these guys are very, very fast. Why not mix it up? Yeah. Especially when you have kippah back there. It was good with his feet, right? And chago Silva. I mean, it's not a crime, right? We see the Edison Sterling. And that seemed kind of odd to me as well. It's almost as if maybe the players are so preoccupied with incorporating his concepts that maybe they make fewer decisions for themselves. I don't know what it is, but no, I don't know. It was a very, it would have been a very logical change of pace, you know? Yeah, I thought so. And I think they didn't use enough. The width of the pitch to use both pretty decision Sterling. And I just think that defensively they were always going to struggle and politics struggle more on his right hand side, Brighton left hand side because his opinion was always going to attack and it's got more place than gross, who played on the other side. So Sterling, I think, was a bit more okay. But I just don't understand when you know you're going to play against these bright inside with an stupid non super attacking or even solely march on the other side, and then you still politicians telling as your wingbacks thinking what they're going to defend really, they're not going to leave space in behind them. I'm guessing maybe the thinking was that they're going to attack so well and they're going to play high up the pitch and effectively they're going to play on the same line as when you have the ball. At the same time as Harvard's actually. You're going to pin a stupid and march back. The problem is you can pin a stupid and back, but then when you turn the ball over, you're stupid and I'm just going to take off and all it means. He's got more ground to cover, which means he's just going to pick up pace. You know, that that's the part which you struggle with. We've talked about. And I want to go down the bully route, but let's do a little bit, because we've talked about in the summer, all the recruitment, scout people, everybody leaves, he knows he has to address it. He is addressing it. He's brought people in. This whole concept of multi club ownership keeps coming up again. What do you think these guys are doing? Once they're in place, what are they going to do? What should they do? If you were addressing them, right? If you were their boss, if you were talking. Yeah. Right? You'd be even shorter than you are in real life. But if you were taught, what would you say to them say, all right, guys? This is what we need to do in terms of recruitment. And this is what we need to do. And we should start thinking about multi club ownership. Maybe even moving because I believe in it. Yeah, I mean, I think the low end appointment, which is what he did on Monaco is definitely with the mindset of going into multi cloud ownership. And I think this is something that really really wants. So for me, for sure, is going to look after that, plan it, prepare it, and then I think they will go for it. As soon as possible, I don't know if I don't know where you go first. If your Chelsea ran out, you go to post, you go a little bit like PhD in Braga, I've done. You go to Belgium, like other clubs have, do you go to Italy? I mean, where do you go? If you were 12 different countries like city football group, you know, but you'd have to start somewhere. Right. So why is the best league or best kind of club to start with? Generally, the reason people go to Portugal and Belgium is very simple, is that it's the easiest place to bring in foreigners. Just simply with work permits, some of these players and stuff like that. Portugal is seen as a natural bridge. Obviously, especially for Brazilians coming over because the language. And I think Belgium is seen rightly or wrongly. The type of football that's played there in the competition, it's still technical, but it is often more seen as more physical than in other European countries, so perhaps closer to the Premier League. But I think for me to answer it, that's his job. For the others, what was interesting in the summer and we talked is all those youngsters that they brought from Carney to because a day to all those guys, do you continue like this? And I think in a moment, the guy like Josh is that they brought in. These guys who are very good with the scouting network, with all the contacts, to keep them that root, but this is a football club. This is not risky, it's not basically big deal. You're a huge club. You need superstars and maybe the kids are good, but you also need superstars. And I think George ships right now, surely we'll be looking at continuing the path towards those young super talented European players. So the might go more like that. But maybe we look out, okay, who can I sign as a big name to strengthen the first team and have an impact straight away? Because the day and the others, not ready to have a huge impact right now in the championship for Chelsea in the next 6 months, for example.
"brighton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"For Sterling, for me, it's just a no go straight away. All right, sorry about brightening the zabi because obviously this was his first one. They had some good performances. I think they gave him his forest where they absolutely Mueller them, but couldn't score. Does this feel different than Potter? I think he did in a way the way a stupid and gross were played and used by the Serbia, but I think the press, I think the press is a bit more aggressive. There's that obviously boxing midfield, which is done everywhere. He's been. Which works really well when you've got material who I think is a wonderful player. So yeah, I think it deserves a lot of credit for the way he played again. You must have been happy for the Serbia and his little celebrations and his big smile and everything. Yeah, well, the Debbie's reached this stage, I think, especially domestically in Italy, where it's weird. He's seen as because he got so much good press for what he did in such swallow, right? Yeah. And then, you know, if people don't believe this because people think time never changes anywhere, and people are saying, brother, but even when it's a swallow, we're kind of up and down and stuff. There was a sense. He got a ton of praise from people like, oh, look, good, that'd be so good. And then you had the backlash from people who say, like, who was he so good if the swollen or tenth or whatever it takes, right? And then he'd been linked with a couple of bigger teams in Italy, and then it didn't happen. And some people, there's a lot of dead zed to be loyalists out there who came out and said, well, you know, he missed out on these big jobs in Italy because people are still too conservative. They don't trust and the therapist team learn. And so then people started making fun of them. People said, oh, look, it's almost like people came out saying, oh, well, did that be never loses either wins or he learns? Ha ha ha. Stupid things like that, right? Yeah. And then obviously he goes to shakhtar and achieves what he achieved there. With the ups and downs and putting himself way out of his comfort zone, so I'm kind of happy that this stuff is working not just in Italy. And I do think it's working. And I do think, as you know, there is a reason most top teams in Europe play proactive football. It doesn't mean you have to pass it around, whichever way you're going to do it, whether you're going to press high, whether you're going to go through possession, but I need to bring some really interesting things. Like you said, the boxing field and it's different. So yeah, I was happy. Those are big shoes to fill. With grand Potter because remember, it's not just grandpa. It's the whole sort of he had his guy who went with him. He was also bright and lost on asteroids. Obviously, but this was before. But, you know, it's hard for you. Yeah. The thing about brightness, we've all praised them for their signings year after year. And called out the value signings and whatever, but there's not a lot of money there. They don't pay a lot of money. They don't have a big wage bill. And when you have a more limited wage bill, you can look for the value signings. If your value signing doesn't work out. Yeah, of course. Okay, well, Paris born and bred, great name. But when this guy was like 19, people think, oh, next big thing. Value signing. All these analytics so I'm breaking through in Paris. And then obviously his career stalled, right? He did not become whatever. And now he's getting back on track or whatever. You know, Brighton seems like Brighton like Brentford to operate in that sphere are going to have a lot of signings like that where yeah, the upsides there, he's promising, but maybe it just doesn't happen, you know? So I think he's winning people over was the way he, with the way he plays and the way he operates and I think in terms of individuals, I know trust somehow keeps kids his goals all the time. I think I said it was a great player. I think defensively with some of the defenders he inherited. There is still a solid base and but ultimately, you know, the talent level at Brighton is what it is. And it worked under Potter and did that be able to make it work for him? Yeah, yeah, no, I was glad to see me too. I started, for example, because I think he's got really great potential. I'm a big fan. I have to say, and the fact that he keeps calling against the big teams, even if you lose a city, but still there is core gore. The hat trick obviously, a Liverpool, but now everybody can score against Liverpool, so that isn't maybe it doesn't mean as much. But I just think that now what I want to see from this, I want those players to keep improving individually. I think Potter improved them. And I think we've said many times. You judge a manager by the trophies that he wins, of course, and I guess the style of football I play, but also how much he improved his players individually. And I would judge him relative to the resources that he has, right? Yeah, it could be. It's not just about winning trophies. It is, what is your starting point? Yeah. I think it was helped too by the fact that Brighton look, it's not like bright and other kind of club that are going to panic. But they're already he already has a nice cushion because of where Potter started the season. Yeah, exactly. Asking about Potter when we touched upon this before. Those booze. He looks a little bit upset. I need to cross after the game when we ask him the questions and like, what did you make of that? I said, well, I don't have to apologize. I don't have to say sorry for anything I did. You know, I took this team where it was. And basically saying like, you know, I built this team and I felt like it was right for me to leave for Chelsea at the office. I think he wanted you to grudge them for wanting to go to Chelsea even if he was in September wherever he was. I don't think I guess the fans booed him because they felt he let them down or he abandoned them or something, but that's not the way you should see it. There wasn't a compensation package in excess long time. It's like not quite naugles, man, but enough off from it. Not far from it. He's been there. He's done his time. Yeah, I felt sorry for Potter. I mean, if you're going to Crystal Palace, they would have booed him, they would have thrown out a direct rival. But you know what I mean? It's an upgrade for him. All right, onto the work the putter's doing. I made the point that it takes time that he's different from Tuco. I also think that this team is just poorly constructed in the summer, poor use of resources. And I've had this conversation with Chelsea Menzel's social media, like, oh, but what are you talking about? Cuckoo is great. Manchester City wanted him. It doesn't make him a great player at that number. For fauna, right? I remember the first season when we were doing the show here, you're like, oh, for father, for fun or for fun, right? Yeah. Yeah, okay, then the guy gets injured. Okay. He doesn't play for like a year and a bit. It doesn't mean you're gonna go and the amount they paid for him is the amount that you would have paid for for fauna. If he'd been playing great this whole time and fulfilled his potential, then it would have been a fair price.
"brighton" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I'm gab he's Jules blue skies over West London, not really though. Because Chelsea have a bit of a stinker at the weekend. We're going to get into that Real Madrid also help. I like to not have you on Berlin still top of the table in Germany. The most dramatic circumstances, how does that happen? Liverpool, again, more difficult. We're going to get into all that, but I feel that you've been wanting to talk about my memory. I'm writing for a while. And this was weird. Grandpa going back to the AmEx, actually got booed by a portion of the car. At one point, which I think had a booed loudly as well. We'll get into that. But let's talk about Chelsea because this was a spit show as the kids say. Yeah, and the narrative before was very much Potter still and beaten since you joined the club in 9 games in all competitions. So that narrative, and I mentioned this on Thursday as well. We like the club tweeted out like WWW dot org. Yeah, you haven't played anybody in that period other than Milan and Manchester United. And you destroyed Milan and you drew with Manchester United with 11 men against ten for most of it against Milan the second game. But yeah. But there was that. There was the Trevor shalu basta, which is an incredible style. Every time he started in 29 games, he never lost. The fact that Potter was going back to Brighton. This is a team that knows by heart. This is his team. He's built a basically justifying something like we can't lose this game. It's not possible. And then they get a shocker. I think the team selection was wrong. When we started on Thursday, but I don't want to see Christian politic and Raheem Sterling as wingbacks. I don't think it works. And I don't think he suits them. And I think he's counterproductive. It was one of the second game that we've seen it, right? Yeah. They did it in midweek, and it was kind of, yeah, it was a bit meh. I just don't, I know you can maybe more experiment when you are club like Brighton, maybe than Chelsea, and maybe he doesn't really realize it yet. But I saw that lineup and I was like, I don't like this. I don't think this is a good team. And I think there's a potential that you could be spent. I still think that the way they started the game was completely wrong, and that's not just on potters. But the team selection for me was already the mistakes. We saw some defensive errors too. Was that down to the wingbacks, or is it down to individuals? Well, the thing with the wing box that I don't understand, I know why they can bring you going forward, of course, Sterling and pretty sick. Right. But your wingbacks are also even if you don't look about the defensive side of the game. But you win backs, I keep a key part of your build up structure, right? Because with the bag 5, they can help you so much and these patterns of play where your wingbacks help you to just the dialog from the other team. Exactly. But in that case, they can't do that. This is not what they do. They're not used to it. They don't know they never played that position before, apart from the site game. So this is not this is not what they do. So I was like very surprised and I think again, completely counterproductive in a game like this, a way of Brighton when you know button are going to press too high and basically you played into Brighton's hand, it felt as injury is obviously not why they lost, but that is another thing that happened. In fact, Mandy actually made a couple big saves. Yeah, he did. At the end. To me, it generally feels like there's sort of an air of everything up in the air, right? There's an era of Potter comes in and he needs to kind of rebuild the team from the ground up. Which is why, when all those people said, oh, look, but oh no, they always wanted Potter. Putters are natural evolution on two whole. He already has these great players and he's building on what no. Yeah, two important they're more similar than Walter and Simeone. But the concepts are actually many of the concepts I think are very, very different. And it's not just you know that line when I think it was when they had a game here. Thomas Frank asked her, oh, why are you changing your team so much? And he says, well, our concepts are all the same, but we need to find the right mix to apply them. I think that's the correct approach. I think that's genuinely how Potter views football. It's about concepts more than information and personnel. But you still need to get the formation on the personnel, right? I agree. He just doesn't have time to do that. No, maybe not. But I'm still very skeptical about the police 6 Sterling idea. Actually don't know when he plants his game plan and planned the game and the structure and pushed him on paper with his assistant and go like, okay, this is going to work great. I just got a chance. He could have scored in the first half. But for Sterling, Sterling, especially British played a little bit if you remember with two hole in that kind of position.
Potter has losing return to Brighton; City tops EPL with win
"Kevin De Bruyne is free kick in the 49th minute allowed shorthanded Manchester City to beat Lester one nil De Bruyne curl to set piece from 25 yards at sailed over the Lester wall leaving city one point ahead of arsenal atop the table Prior to the goal cities offense continued to stall without striker erling Holland The EPL goal scoring leader was out with an ankle injury the manager Pep Guardiola says Holland should play in Wednesday's championship league game against Sevilla Arsenal plays Nottingham Forest on Sunday with a chance to move ahead of city Lester is in the relegation zone a point behind three teams I'm Dave ferry
Tottenham comes from 2 goals down to beat Bournemouth 3-2
"Tottenham came back from down two zero to defeat Brighton three two Backup Rodrigo Benton corps scored deep in stoppage time Capping the comeback as spurs entered a two game losing streak Ryan says and you all started the rally in the 57th minute and Ben Davies leveled following a corner Sesame was set to come off before his goal Tottenham surge followed two goals by kiefer Moore Spurs remained third in the table Two ahead of Newcastle and three behind first place Manchester City Bournemouth remains too clear the relegation zone I'm Dave ferry
Haaland's scoring streak goes on as Man City beats Brighton
"Erling Haaland has continued his record breaking scoring pace by netting two more goals to lead Manchester City's three one victory against Brighton Holland got his goals by halftime giving him 17 in the Premier League in 22 when just 15 games across all competitions Brighton closed within a goal early in the second half but Kevin De Bruyne made it three to one in the 75th minute It was cities league high 36th goal through 11 games The outcome leaves city a point behind first place arsenal which plays on Sunday against Southampton Brighton is tied for 8th in the standings I'm Dave ferry
Kane nets winner as Tottenham ends tough week with victory
"Tottenham capped a difficult week with a one zero victory against Brighton Spurs dedicated the victory to their fitness coach who died during the week at age 61 Harry Kane scored for the 8th time in 9 league matches getting his head onto a cross from sun Yun in the 22nd minute Having played to a loss and a draw in his previous two matches manager Antonio Conti went with a three 5 two formation that kept brighten at bay Goalkeeper Hugo loris made a nice stop on Danny Welbeck inside the box in the first half Spurs remain third on the table I'm Dave ferry
Trossard hat trick helps Brighton draw at Liverpool 3-3
"Leandro trossard completed a hat trick in the 83rd minute to give bright in a three three draw at Liverpool scored in the fourth and 17th to put the visitors ahead two zero Brighton's three two four one formation seemed to rattle Liverpool and help BHA maintain a two goal lead until the 33rd minute Roberto Firmino scored once in both house before Liverpool took the lead on an own goal off a corner But this year's championship league finalists remain stuck on two wins through 7 games losing once Brighton remains above the Champions League cut line One point ahead of Chelsea I'm Dave ferry
Kane at the double as unbeaten Tottenham wins 2-0 at Forest
"Harry Kane moved up the Premier League scoring list and just missed a hat trick in Tottenham's two nil win over Nottingham Forest Kane scored in both halves but his run of successful penalty kicks entered at 21 Dean Henderson made the save giving him penalty stops and back to back home games Kane has 187 goals tying Andrew Cole for third on the league's all time list Next up is Wayne Rooney with 208 Tottenham shares second place with man city and Brighton two points behind arsenal Forrest has one win and one draw through four games I'm Dave fairy
Arsenal rallies to beat Fulham 2-1 and stay perfect
"Arsenal remains the Premier League's only perfect team following a two one comeback win over Fulham defender Gabrielle went from go to hero in the second half scoring from close range off a corner kick in the 86th minute That made up for his gap in the 56th when Gabrielle lost the ball in the box and allowed Alexander mitrovic to beat Aaron ramsdale Martin Erdoğan tied the game for the Gunners in the 64th minute The win leaves arsenal with 12 points Two ahead of Manchester City and Brighton Burned Leno made several great stops for Fulham which entered the game with one victory and two draws I'm Dave ferry
Man United routed 4-0 at Brentford despite Ronaldo starting
"Manchester United is zero one two and still seeking its first goal of the season following a four zero loss to Brentford United trailed four zero at halftime for the first time in a Premier League game Mistakes by goaltender David de Gea led to goals by Josh dasilva and Matthias Jensen the first coming ten minutes in and the second 8 minutes later Ben me made it three zero with a header after united failed to clear a corner kick United was coming off a two one loss to Brighton in which it tallied on an own goal I'm Dave ferry
Man United loses 2-1 to Brighton in Ten Hag's 1st EPL game
"Manchester United was a two one loser to Brighton at Old Trafford and manager Eric ten hawks debut as manager Pascal grows scored twice on tippins in the first half as Brighton made United's defense vulnerable gross put brighten ahead in the 30th minute off a pass from Danny walbeck Ten hogg elected to open the game without Ronaldo who finally left the bench in the 52nd minute United's players were booed off at halftime and at the final whistle United's only tally came on an own goal by Alexis mcallister in the 68th minute I'm Dave ferry
Previewing the Tuesday Primary Races
"We play cut number two? Let's play. I don't know which kind of thing. Cut number two from Brett bear last night when the round table with Molly Hemingway and Josh krosh are going on cut number two. It will certainly tell us a lot more about president Trump's full. There is a third Eric, by the way. Our friend Henry Gomez in Ohio went and found an Eric McIlroy on the ballots, and we're not sure he's out of it. But what Josh said is true, Eric Brighton will lose that. He's radioactive, credibly accused of rape persuasively accused of domestic violence against his wife and child. He's plummeting the polls, Eric Schmidt, and his successful AG. So the former president played that down the middle. He strong with white masters who's ahead, the Michigan governor's race. He is gone late for not Kevin rinky, who I thought he was going to go for. So we often throws a curve ball for people. But I think at the end of the day, it'll turn out to be something people still covet on the Republican side that Trump endorsement. Yeah. Yeah, so that was, yeah, if you're in Missouri today, go vote for Eric Schmidt. All right, go vote for Eric Schmidt. Go vote for Kevin ranke in Detroit. The Arizona primaries are today. I did not take a position in the Arizona Senate race to be Blake masters or Mark Bernabeu masters as it had, but it's not without a question. Carrie Lake against Karen Robin, Robson, and I believe Karen Robson is the better choice. But Kerry Lake and sheer neck and neck, primaries all over the place. Play
Who Is the Frontrunner in the Missouri Senate Race?
"I want to move to Nancy Pelosi's one 6th committee, but only after I get your assessment of the Missouri Senate race. I have been worried for months that Democrats were going to nominate along with the help of some rather innocent Republicans Eric Brighton. Now he is collapsing according to both Trafalgar and this morning Emerson looks like Eric Schmidt is going to be the nominee and what would have been a likely loss for the Republicans becomes a surefire win if Eric Schmidt is the nominee. How confident should I feel about Schmidt? Who I've endorsed being the nominee. I think you should feel pretty confident because I think there's a factor that kicks in when an election gets closer and that is the reality of a candidate actually winning gets closer and I think with grid and that is actually hurting him. And Republicans are really kind of terrified about repeating the mistakes in the Senate of 2010 O'Donnell Todd Aiken and Sharon angle mistakes. Which cost the Republicans the Senate. They had to wait till 2014 max when the Senate. So I think it's 50 50 now. They just have to get to 51. And I think they're pretty aware of that.
How Republicans Could Lose the Missouri Senate Seat
"Eric Erickson. Undermine big radio guy on news nation with our pal Leland last night, cut number 18. Eric, because you just have such a unique understanding of Republican politics, I want to get you on this. The Senate race in Missouri largely seen as a primary race between the attorney general there and the former governor there who had resigned in disgrace. His name's Eric brightons. Hugh Hewitt about his prominent of a Republican radio host as there is, president company excluded talk to president Trump earlier today about Brighton's take a listen. It's an endorse Eric greitens. That's a nightmare, mister president. We'll lose that seat. But that's Hugh Hewitt's opinion, not yours. Well, that's an interesting opinion. That's true. He's right now leading by quite a bit. I know, but we'll lose the seat. We will lose this. Okay. No people feel that. The president doesn't seem convinced, but it brings up this issue. How worried should Republicans be when they've got these great opportunities like the Latino poll that president Trump comes in and endorses primary candidates who have no chance of winning in the general? There's real worry. You've got Eric Schmidt near Greg and the battle of lyrics commented on now by Eric. And Schmidt is the attorney general. He's doing fairly well in the polls. Great and does well with the base because he's perceived to be victimized. He was hounded out of office while he was governor. But that's a problem because he Missouri does have a very independent minded base of voters headed into the general election. Eric is right. Look, I got nothing against right and except he melted down on this show and I asked him very straightforward questions. Eric crichton was about to be impeached because of his treatment of a woman in his basement who he found gag and according to her engagement unconscious intimate activity. He was wrongly prosecuted, I believe, by a craze left wing democratic prosecutor in St. Louis. But he just it's a disaster in a campaign. I know this stuff. I've been doing this a lot longer than almost anyone. If brightens at the nominee, in fact, Democrats will try and get right into be the nominee. I don't know who's gonna win. They're about 700 people on that. Eric Schmidt is tied with Eric greitens right now in the most reputable poll, but Billy long might get Donald Trump's endorsement. There are a couple other Congress people who are running. I'm just telling you Eric crichton's take a seat off the table. Democrats are going to control the Senate. They control the Senate. They can put anyone they want on the Supreme Court.
"brighton" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"So there was like or teen guys really good players that were all sitting there like holy shit. Where do i go and with kobe. At some of the financial cuts they were making it was. It was tough. It was really tough to find the money that i was on indie. Somewhere else Peter will call me. Who started the fire started. Indy eleven started. Four madly started more protein than anybody in the world. Yeah i believed that led known. I've known peter since. I was a kid and he told me. Hey look. i'm starting a new team in chicago as what's the name said we don't know we're trying to pick a couple will shoot ally million. Let me hear some buddies like I think it was like a point chicago. Something in chicago house is like. Is it like because a house music. And he's like yet. And i was like bats. The bats the fucking rock contingent upon them. Picking that name. The girl i did. I did it because it was. It was fan voted. Yes so i think they they actually let the fans choose bohdan exhibited like march madness style and luckily that still Into when when. Peter told me that. Cj brown former fire legends New york rebels assistant You know was was coming to coach the team. I was like this now now. It's time to come back here. Let's give people a sense of nisa. Just try to anyway. Because i don't think a lot of people know that not about it right. I mean it's pretty low key. It's the wild wild. West of of american soccer anna. That's what it feels like. I'm trying to research. I've heard about it on twitter heard about internet. I'd still so. Let me tell you what i know about nisa. You're going to build off of that. What i know obviously is not gonna be much So i know that it was started in two thousand seventeen by two people. Peter being one of them and The other guy jack. Commons unexpectedly passed away. Like out of the blue. Peter wilt Headed to four madison. I think both of those guys sort of left before they'd played a game So like it felt like the league like so the league is here. We have a league but like is it like actually happening and keep in mind needs to keep in mind that like soccer in the lower levels is so fluid. There's so much going on here so They there are a lot of comings and goings with teams over the last couple of years old. By the way there was a worldwide pandemic that hit Sort of right in the middle of it so. I don't know exactly the ins and outs of those sort of two to three years. What i do know is now. They have ten teams. it's up and running. it's going i know. They have more teams that they're expecting to be adding. I also know that there is like this sort of affiliated amateur slash semi pro league Nisa nation that is basically. I think designed to incubate teams. That may join the league you know. In in the coming seasons it sounds like just really interesting. Self contained soccer ecosystem. That as you said. Has this wild wild west it to it. So what am i would away. Whatever forgotton what have i gotten long sort of. What can you expand upon their. I mean to to to be totally honest. Like that's that's the extent of what i know. I know that one of lisa's biggest like one of the biggest motives in having this starting this league was that they were going to be one of the first. They were going to be v. First american pro soccer league to introduce promote promotion-relegation and so the niece nation that you're talking about the affiliations that they had with these other amateur teams so we're talking like nps l. and right like fourth and fifth fifth year. What would be here. Like soccer teams. Were there funneling them into this needs to nation and they're seeing which clubs you know would maybe be worthy becoming an isa team but eventually like the next like two or three years they wanna have a a top division in a second tier where teams would promote in and relegate hub and so it's a really really cool concepts and it's and i think it's it is the reason that Us to start the conversation of promotion. Relegation louis and yeah it's kinda. It's kind of shaken the american soccer landscape up a little bit because now. Mls just came out with that molest to right or so. You're going to have some teams from us. Sal competing in that. And then you're going to have some usfl one Championship teams may be coming over to niece. Next thing next. I think next year you're gonna see team moving all over the fucking place like oakland route. Started in isa last year odell championships. Now i don't i don't know what the implications of this mls to league is gonna have on the entire landscape of all these different leagues. It's gonna be really interesting. You know. But what i what i do know is that because it's an independent league you don't have this. Mls govern bullshit. You don't have this like you. Don't have these rules that you have to abide by in terms of how you promote the clock. How you advertise. How you market You know all the the amount of money can spat like there's no like there's no cap and there's no there's no minimums so it's like it's it's nuts right like it. It's it's all over the place but it is really cool to see. I mean detroit city You know has been around for a long time. They're planning to this year. They kinda have built a atmosphere following that i think is kind of comparable to like what saint louis f c was in the us l. championship a couple years ago Where they're getting five. Six seven thousand bans out to a game in look. That's that's a fun environment to play in man and so you know we're at toyota. Park in herbs seeks stadium. Now and.
"brighton" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"Believable. I will say this antonio ruediger in a contract year is a bad man. He's a bad man. He's playing for that contract and he's playing for well. I thought you were going to say top. Three to five striker is going to get got a little late last week. Smarter mortgage lonzo. I have many casual fans from back home. Who love ruediger for his bombs. Up the field they look forward to those as casual or non soccer fans so he's winning over big crowd right now but i think that's a fair argument to me. Which is i'm trying to think. Oh that was. Can you sit right now. Is clear and i think you gotta go. Conversations d has a conversation is the ninth. And and that's about it really. If you wanna give me veron liar. Listen either one of them. michael. I'm trying to think we with larry here. I think he's he's right up there with the best of the best right now. Yeah it always trying to think of some of the other guys out there that like may go under the radar. Like tarkovsky and stuff. He's not quite up there. One of the things that louis fame but he's had actually shits season by the way he has not been good so far. I do think he's a great player but he's been ordering awful this year One thing we didn't save brighton. One one of the real strong points i think tummy actually said they have a strong defense duffy in. Don't at the back like those to have played together. They are veterans. They know each other. They know the system like that. You cannot put a price tag on like how valuable that is like those two especially the like. That is huge them. But i wouldn't throw Conversation with brugere at this point either. So yeah. that's a bath. I mean router is he. I think he actually he got better. We started talking more shit. He started talking shit like like. I know he's always been shit talker but like he started talking a lotta shit about a little less than a year ago. Right about win Lampard was out and Know to go gave him and he's been unreal basically ever since there's connection to to come in and change it for him in the back three and like for this weekend. This has been from like a soccer junkie tactic. Standpoint my favorite managerial matchup. Probably since like have klopp or.
"brighton" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"Think he just has his playmaking ability but it hasn't quite clicked yet. That's a great question. I don't even know how to answer because nobody is important on the field right now we were. We were sleepwalking. I mean it was just. It was ugly to watch this team play and that was about as good at eleven at least for giving the injuries and stuff that was about as good and eleven is we could possibly put out there. Christian pulisic was out there so like i didn't have these mixed emotions about who i going to be rooting for. Basically a best case scenario walk going into the game and for the first forty five minutes. We sword held our own You know for moments here and there we may even be able to play with you guys and then the second half had i guess you could say. Maybe you know tommy two-goal in angola happened. I guess that's what really sort of changed the time. But that second forty five. You guys looked like you were sleepwalking. Because he did you guys do not look that break that game and yet you looked so much better than us. That was what was so painful about is that we didn't look like we were fighting it. We just didn't care and we get our asses handed at home by a city rival those tough. That was tough. Watch for for me watching. You guys like i was sitting there like waiting like all right if cain canons of going to city. You guys are relegation candidates. Just kind of make jokes like like. I don't know i i just how it feels isn't feels like you guys knew too much just like go go. Yeah yeah there's the you're not wrong and that perhaps there's this sort of element that like. Maybe we should sold you know could have gotten all this money for him and you know maybe we should have because it feels like the team like the mentality. The team is that he you know it seems like we probably got our minds around and basically on myself we probably got our minds around the fact that he was leaving and then he didn't leave and so now you got to sort of re jigger your mindset to that and it's so far it has not worked. He has been not good. He was terrible in this game. He was absolutely non-existent. Deli was somehow worse You know son should be perhaps our most influential player but he wasn't really doing anything it's just there was nothing. There was no silver lines here. Like just it wasn't as well you just showed how much better chelsea hits than donald i. It's that just shows what it was in like. That's pretty much. The only thing. I had written down about this in. Is it just showed how much better you guys are than us right now. Which you know. That's kind of painful when you really really boil down. Yeah anything else. Other than my only point other point is that. I really wish. We had eric lamelo hair. Still because if he was here he would've gone out there. And you know at least got a red guard at least jones spine. It red guard harrington care like nobody on the team even with like they care. We're getting kicked in. It was just sort of like. Oh we'll get him next week. Go get somebody by kill. Somebody got david did make me feel better about this okay. I'm with you. I were very disappointing. Day care standpoint. A less nine reminds me of them. Percy going a menu with gay. You'll is going expect to happen. You know it's gonna happen as a club you've moved on and as a fan base you've moved on but then he's still he's still there here on stuff in with him in the lineup. And so on. I don't mind the way that up right now. I think it works. I mean just not against the top four just because the top four like we said is miles ahead of everyone else right in. Which makes you question like how we ended up getting that win against city in the first week of the season. i think there's two answers to that number one. I think we played perfect game like we didn't make any mistakes and i think city just wasn't quite up to speed and who knows if they're still. I guess we'll find out pretty quick this weekend. In fact just where they're at chelsea is the the bar against which i think a lot of people are gonna chip measured in donald does not measure up and simple right. Now we've got a long ways to go but as i said credits to chelsea Enough without their boring ass London stuff more interesting game in fact more interesting. Probably the most interesting game of the weekend brighton. In leicester so brian came away with a two one win. I'm gonna throw looks mattress here so like credit to bright like period credits brain. But his game was absolutely Completely changed by var. There were three goal. You know decisions all win against leicester so there's that like this. Keep that in mind but brighton like this is a good bluster team. Yes they're coming off. The euro game on thursday against napoli. That was obviously took a lot out of them. But brighton on this game so now. They've got they've played five games. They've they've won four one loss and so i had this question written down last week and didn't get to it now. It's even more relevant. So i'm gonna ask it now. Are brighton for real. Is this brighton team are we do. We need to start talking about them. In sort of a different way i go i i would let it show first mitchell's yes they are yes. They are Not only because. I've been compared to kneel mall. Pay a couple times prompted the dmz. I don't see the looks or by just a dickhead. little ables but either way. I I'm not gonna sit here and talk. Shit about vr and the kind of sagar this weekend as well but no brighton are good. I don't think top for good because as we've stated a couple of times a gap between top four and the rest of the league is staggering and canyon. Like but i think i think brighton are good. They they haven't really been tested apart from this lesser game They lost everton or everton earlier in the season but there early schedule has been kinda week. It's been played early. Run for furred. Lost everton played bradford leicester so it doesn't look horrible book road brentford But no i like them. I am going to wait until who they play this next week..
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Her Brighton apartment to show us a little hint of green in a concrete jungle. So this is my pandemic garden on our five by 10 balcony overlooking the parking lot. She's growing lettuce, tomato broccoli. I can just grab what I need for dinner, and it's the best. Also standing with us is Audrey Sarah Finn, one of the judges of the Allston Brighton Renters Garden contest sustainability aspect, too. I was really inspired by Chris and his ability to grow so many vegetables who started by spark Boston, the mayor's civic engagement council. This contest both beautifies the neighborhood and sends a message that you don't have to be a homeowner to make a living space, your own every person who comes and changes and shapes the city a little bit and I think this is a really great way to highlight that work that's already happening on Com op Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio students this week here in the Bay State are planning to urge state lawmakers to pass some bills regulating when the government can use facial recognition technology. The Luo of Massachusetts and code justice and student immigrant movement today coming together To launch a week of action. They say they're doing this to, in their words highlight the dangers posed by the use of face surveillance technology in schools. So throughout the week, participants will make videos join webinars and phone banks, email elected officials. And otherwise advocate for a statewide ban on facial surveillance in schools and also for passage of the backed bill to regulate the technologies Use across the pond at 6 49. They're now looking for tens of thousands of volunteers for a brand new clinical trial. It's the world biggest trial at world's biggest trial actually have a brand new test, according to scientists could end up revolutionizing cancer treatment and the diagnosis. Study leader Dr Peterson Zini calls the so called gallery test a potential game changer. In the past. We've had screening tests for one kind. For at the time, this essentially as a blood test for any sort of cancer. Earlier trials suggested the gallery test already available in the U. S achieved early detection of the cancers that account for two thirds of US and UK cancer deaths. Vicki Barker, CBS News London Also tonight, Prince Andrew's attorney challenging a sex abuse lawsuits filed against the Royal Elizabeth son accused in the suit of sexually assaulting Virginia Roberts Jew free when she was 17, she said she was also a victim of sex trafficking by the late Jeffrey Epstein Andrew Brit Lor lawyer from Los Angeles, filing a document hours ahead of the court hearing in New York, saying the challenges based on jurisdiction and whether the prince was legally served. It is 6 50. This WBC centennial celebration is brought to us by Cambridge College. WBZ.
A highlight from Introducing Crime Glasses: A True Crime Book Club Podcast
"Reader. Crime glasses is your true crime book club podcast. Every month we'll be selecting a new true crime book to read using it as a guide to talk about the cases that shocked us. The underlying issues and the moments that had us closing the book desperate for a breather. And if reading is just not your thing, that's okay, I still welcome you to listen to the weekly episodes because I will give you all of the case details so you won't miss out. Also, I can't promise that you won't find yourself in a cozy nook devouring every page after. We will read everything from true crime classics like the Ted Bundy focus the stranger beside me by Ann rule to more recent favorites like we keep the dead close by Becky Cooper, which details the author search for the killer of Jane Brighton, a Harvard student who was murdered in her off campus
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brighton interchange. North of the city. Delays on Route three South jammed 1 10 past a couple of crashes by route 1 29 David Stuff Alino WBZ traffic on the three meteorologist Dean DeVore. Now, with the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast and in Boston Dean, We can't see it quite yet, but we can feel the sun is on the way. You know, I think even if you would have a West facing window, you might start to see North West facing windows. Some of those breaks in the clouds and you're right to the South and east. They're still mired in some clouds. But it's getting here. Jeff the dryer is pushing in. The rains pushing offshore on Ray's going out to sea and here comes from heat and humidity as we look at the next suit, few days upper eighties at their best today, especially away from the water, probably lower eighties along the water's edge. Even the Cape and the coach should get into some sunshine this afternoon. Real field temperatures have in the low to mid nineties and then gets even hotter. I think tomorrow and Thursday, I think inland spots, including the city, low nineties real fields getting into the upper nineties to near 100. Think we see Thunderstorm Marine free Now, Once we get rid of these last showers on the Cape Thunderstorm free through Thursday, Thursday afternoon and evening could see one and I have the models are not for anyone out on Friday, but we're going to start reducing the humidity on Friday, it's still in the upper eighties. Then by the weekend. It's much cooler and less humid upper seventies and right now looks like both days of the weekend or dry. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist seen before WBZ Boston's NewsRadio like I just saw a shadow here in Boston. It is 72 degrees, And here comes the sun. Good morning 8 56, a couple from Milbury in very hot water this morning after being charged with kidnapping a newborn. A detention hearing has been set for Friday. For Cassidy, Liz Eric Waves and equine Jefferson Cuevas is 19 Jefferson 23. Now, police say Cuevas drove away allegedly with a four day old child in the back state when the mother entered a gas station for coffee on South Bridge straight over the weekend. The baby was left with strangers a short time later to Subway Restaurant and Worcester Now prosecutors.
"brighton" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"If nothing Who questioned Will i mean. I certainly the pandemic open the well. Through through other reasons as well through some transitions in my life. Some unforeseen transitions in my life. I began the new business. That i have is a ceremonies in the joy that i had for the short brief period of time and the around may june whereas able to do a few my first weddings and things that was truly great to go out on my own as entertainer my own brighton set. My own path and and profile was Was really great and felt really awesome to do talk. T- equality Weddings and know. Give my clients the nights that they really deserved Other things i i actually It's not a new hobby of skill. But i i sort of played on one that i've been sort of dabbling in fee is I recently helped at a mate of mine who's Nine for many years in these begun a chiropractic practice of design writing was working for a doctor and then he wanted to start his own practice and.
All About The Negroni
"The negroni what well The negroni is a cocktail made with gin sweet vermouth and a type of amaro called campari Traditionally you can put other stuff in there But that's the basic basic stuff It is garnished with a slice of orange or a strip of orange peel. The ladder sometimes flamed. It can be served chilled and straight up or over ice. A single large cube is pretty popular. And it it's it's the drink is smooth and bitter sweet and herbal little bit. Spicy or spiced i guess rather But with this brightness underneath and not to get like poetic on y'all like right off the bat but it just it tastes like a like a summer night. I should have a next time. We play dunston dragons. I should have some kind of like poetry off. Oh no you have to describe the negroni. And i shall just from my dungeon masters edition. Oh gosh that would be something. That ben bolan would be amazing at and that i would be like. Give me a few weeks. And i'll come up with an amazing entry. I like all of you are really excellent at coming up with some perhaps less than traditional poetry but poetry now we are a group. It's true that's true. So let's let's let's breakdown all of those ingredients a little bit so So jen is a type of liquor made with a neutral spirit. That's then infused with any number of botanical 's during and or after distillation the primary unnecessary botanical is juniper a which is sort of brighton. Piney tasting ginneries. All have their own complex blends of herbs and spices and imbibers all have their own personal preferences. Some common additions include liquorice or a niece cinnamon. Citrus peel nutmeg. Saffron savory all kinds of barks and bits and
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Was stabbed in Brighton this afternoon, right outside the shallow house. New reports say Rescue efforts are starting up again at the scene of the deadly condo building collapse in South Florida and the Trump Organization's longtime CFO Alan Weiss. Alberg pleading not guilty in New York to tax related charges. 6 16. Let's go to Winthrop. Now we're next to our of vigil is set to begin to remember the victims of last weekend shooting. Retired state Trooper Dave Green Air Force veteran Ramona Cooper both shot and killed last Saturday. Both victims were blacks. The alleged shooter Nathan Allen, was killed by police investigators say he may have been a white supremacist. So again that's set to start right around seven o'clock at City Hall officials say there will be lots of security. Chief saying no backpacks, handbags, coolers or any other type of bag will be allowed at that event. Time, state health officials say West Nile virus has been detected for the first time this year. They say they found the virus in a mosquito collected back on June 29th in Medford. As of now, they say, West Nile has not been found in any animals or any humans. This also goes for Tripoli, Eastern equine encephalitis, health officials said. They don't plan to risk raise any risk levels here in Massachusetts in response to that, It comes to Covid. The World Health Organization has a new warning out this week focused on that Delta variant. Here's ABC Sherry Preston last week. Covid Case numbers across Europe jumped by 10% doctors like the World Health Organization's Dr Hans Clue, basing the increase on three things. New variants deficit in Vaccine uptake increased social mixing as the Delta variant takes control. The W. H O is recommending that people even those who are vaccinated, continue wearing masks inside public places. The CDC is doctor, Rochelle Walensky said this week that because so many people in this country have gotten the shot that is not the guidance here, vaccinated people can take off their masks and celebrate July 4th and feel safe in doing so. Sherry Preston ABC News It's been a year and a half almost of keeping our distance from our families and our friends. Not so much these days, but definitely during the height of the pandemic. Last year, we tried to keep everybody safe. Experts say. Now we really should be focusing on checking in on older relatives and those we care about after all that time apart is not an interrogation nor an intervention. This is just getting a feel and taste for how things are going. There's a lot more compassion that goes into it. Kind of like research with targeted goal assess the cognitive and physical health of aging loved ones, which is easy enough to do now that we can visit in person. Marcy Lehman with synergy, home care calls it benevolent, probing they physically looking Well, their appearance in terms of their screw Ming general hygiene clothing they're wearing Is that whether appropriate test their short term memory without having them to get to defensive. Are they moving around the house by grabbing onto furniture? Does the house look clean? Is there a laundry that needs to be done? Chris Pharma WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio 6 19 Health Equity Task Force on Beacon Hill have released some ideas to help address health disparities that were really brought front and center by the Covid 19 pandemic. The task force voting to approve that 99 page final report during a virtual meeting today, when it comes to actions that can be immediately taken, they recommend keeping those stop the spread testing sites open working on promoting equity in vaccine access. And using what they call an equity lens. When it comes to getting that federal relief cash out there across the state, it's a the report should be used as a blueprint by state government to make what they call durable progress to advance health equity here in Massachusetts. State rep from Bellingham is filing a new bill that he says could help save the lives of veterans and others suffering from post traumatic stress. Heres WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe state. Rep. Mike Soda thinks it's high time that PTSD be designated a medical condition so that veterans can apply for state issued medical cannabis cards. Soda has filed a bill to that effect, He says. Massachusetts needs to get in line with other states that have already made PTSD a qualifying condition. 22 states that are on this right now. Why is Massachusetts? So far behind on something like this. Sometimes I wonder we talk about Massachusetts being a great innovator. Well, sometimes we're not thinking ahead. Soda believes allowing veterans with PTSD to get medical marijuana cards would provide a natural alternative to opioids. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. Also tonight, we have learned the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is committing billions in the name of equity get details from CBS's Diane King Hall. The Gates Foundation is spending big to have Help spur gender equality. Melinda Gates announce the charity is donating $2.1 billion to support women's economic and health issues. She made the announcement at a gender equality summit in Paris. The cash will be donated over five years and spread across three broad category,.
"brighton" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"Look up to record every pub to whacker over sure. That sounds absolutely delicious. Because there's a almond champagne that we used to get when we lived in california from like a local winery. there in champagne is good. The almond champagne is amazing. And then if you mix it with orange juice. It's like the best mimosa we've ever had in your life. They're amazing me. Come up to the united states. The tell you where to go one of the things i always do. Whatever i travel is check out the local pizza spots. So what's the best place for pepperoni pizza in brighton. Saito mama's without a diet it's in the lanes. Well actually we have to. We have to now buying and they just do the most delicious pizza specially kind of saudi. Oh base to be honest. I don't know about pepperoni bought. I like the spinach goat's cheese and olive. And it is to die for the of outside seating and you might cure for minute by. It's highly recommended my wife. She probably gets tired of eating pepperoni pizza and so she would actually love the spinach and goat cheese with with olives. I mean i probably be sitting over there with my arms crossed frumpy because i'm not getting my pepperoni. And she be happier than you could be eating something like this nice and gourmet like that as well. I'm sure right on there. We go so we've met and talked about travel and everything else like that. And i know that you're journalists and the podcast host. You assess awesome travel tips. So which one of your favorite i think the gals. If you're traveling actually it when if you go in a plane where a sports bar don't have any any nasty metal underwiring because they will stick into you so where where soft cup if you're traveling on the plane or any long distances yet. Always make sure you can switch on your wifi so you don't get caught out and take book because even when you're sitting on your own in a cafe or restaurant having dinner it just keeps you company. You just don't look lost so make sure that i have so. I don't mica lonesome. Well that make as a lady traveling solo or anything like that in some ways. Having a book can't keep other people away from trying to come up and talk to you that maybe you don't really want that unwelcome advance. You know to show where you mentioned the bra. I don't know much about rows but even from a man standpoint. We're comfortable clothes you. I mean you don't wanna look like a slob like you just rolled out of bed. But you're going to be in that plane kind of sitting upright unless you upgraded the business class or first class or whatever but you know. You're sitting in that plane in that really that small confined space. You want to be as comfortable as possible. You still look good but you want to be as comfortable as possible so find the right type of clothes you know and you're going to be sitting there for a while and make sure you enjoy it. Yes we'll sarah. I really appreciate you coming on the show insured all these tips writing about who you are what you do and then just questions about your blog. Your podcast or brighton. What's the best way for them to reach on social media. Oh thank you very much have to bowl. I'm sorry now. So i'm basically by ten and my website is sorry darling dot com my insta- and my tweets out a will to words by darling first-class darlene one s t s plus darling and yet. Anybody can pain. May if anybody needs any advice i'd love to. I'd love to help them out. Or if anybody was on my pot gives. Xiao it's too can travel was an other staff warwick to all this in the show notes. That way anybody's listening can easily find you and reach out to you and check out your pockets. Hopefully they'll subscribe and and follow you as well again. Sorry i really appreciate you coming on the show and sharing music tips. Thank you for everything and we look for the senior when we travel there. Yes dude let me out. What a fun conversation with sarah. Brighton is only ninety minutes south of london. So we should definitely plebiscites your next visit
"brighton" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"Remember what shorter yet. That's one hemisphere. You're in right the shortest the northern hemisphere longest if you're in the southern so but that's cool that it's a family friendly. Because a lot of times. I travel with my children and their six and ten right now and so A lot of times that. I get to travel with them while my wife is working back here in nashville and so finding things that are kid friendly that are kid appropriate and those type of things is kind of high on my list of things to do. Whenever i'm travelling you'd fund. He said things to do in biton. So much right on. Okay cool Let's talk about some of the things that we should be doing when we're visiting bright aside from these things that happened throughout the year. Well i love vintage shopping i. I'm a huge advocate of them. Sustainable fashion up cycling. So we have lots and lots of places to do that super famous or super well known as lowe's advantage tools around the lanes so we've got the north lanes in the south lanes. Biton to south lanes are where the book by mock was set was a lot filming on seafront. The north lanes are wed is vintage shops selling retro kind of secondhand preloaded clothes and they will quite reasonable will say this lodo shopping to be done off the being tracked. He can go to kemp town which is a little village. Which is the comments the gay area. Because it's where they have pride. They have the festival in july. Don't show this year and that they could not streets in gay bars and gay current ups over there. And then also and hove has amazing little streak shopping and i would advise people also to go to the sunday market which is a kind of inside a secret..
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