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A highlight from Scaling Bitcoin with Christian Decker
"How much of the sort of management burden, how much of the security burden can we take away from users while they are learning, while they are sort of reaping the benefits of using Bitcoin? Maybe they only become interesting once you've seen the upside. Hello there from Bedford, how are you all doing? How was your weekend? It's probably not as good as mine. I had an amazing weekend. We had two incredible results in the football. Real Bedford men won 5 -0 away to MK Irish in the FA VARs, and yesterday the ladies won 4 -0 in the FA Cup against Stevenage. Two incredible results. Both teams in the hat for the next round of those competitions. Incredible weekend. Great football. Very, very happy here in Bedford. Anyway, welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the absolute legends at Iris Energy, the largest NASDAQ listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host Peter McCormack, and today we have Bitcoin Development Royalty, OG Christian Decker back on the podcast for the first time in a very long time. Now Christian came out to London a couple of weeks ago, so of course I jumped at the chance to record with him. And so in this episode, we get into Christian's big project at the moment, Greenlight, and what it means for the Lightning Network and scaling Bitcoin, as well as the trade -offs between scaling Bitcoin and it being used in a sovereign way. So I hope you enjoy this. If you've got any questions about this, anything else, you know how to get in touch. It's hello at whatbitcoindid .com.
A highlight from Orange Pilling Your Kids with Samantha de Waal
"Bitcoin is, in my opinion, the future of money. Why trade it for euro or pound or dollars if you're going to hold on to the Bitcoin and be able to use it in the future? Hello from London. How are you all doing? Are you looking forward to your weekend? Right. I am here down in London. I've been recording a few interviews before I head off on holiday next week. I will need a short break for my kids. I've got a couple of great shows I've done this week, actually. So yesterday I interviewed Nigel Farage, which I know a lot of you are going to be interested in. And today I'm also going to be interviewing Constantine Kissen, which is something I've been following for some time. Very interesting guy. So looking forward to that. Then it's five days off, back for a few days, then I'm off to Australia for our live event, which by the way, if you're in Australia and you want to come, please do head over to whatbitcoindid .com, click on WBD Live and get yourself a ticket. Anyway, welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the legends Iris Energy, the largest NASDAQ listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host Peter McCormack. And today I have Samantha Duvall on the show. Now you might know that surname because her father Ben has also been on the podcast in the past. And now we have his daughter who is also, I think, better and smarter than her dad. Now I first heard about Sam and met her at BTC Prague. She got up on stage after Michael Saylor and absolutely crushed it. And I was so impressed with their presentation. I said to her dad, I said, look, she needs to come on the podcast. And for a couple of reasons, firstly, I don't want to be condescending. She's got this through merit. This isn't a novelty. But that said, I need a show to show my daughter. My daughter is a similar age. I've been trying to orange pill her. She just thinks I'm some weird boomer talking about stupid money. I want to put this show in front of her, see what she thinks, see if this inspires her. And hopefully this will be a great show to put in front of some of your kids as well, even if it's not your kids. Just listen, Samantha is super smart. She's a great Bitcoiner. I think she's got a great career ahead of us. Anyway, listen, you got any questions about this or anything else, drop me an email. It's hello what Bitcoin did dot com. Tomorrow, we're in the next round of the FA Cup. Keep your fingers crossed for Raoul Bedford playing MK Irish again. Hopefully we will win that one.
A highlight from The Breakdown of Trust with Doomberg
"One of the things that held up the US dollar hegemony was the state of our institutions and the quality of our financial markets and the rule of law and the level of corruption and criminality that is on blatant display in Washington DC is appalling. And once you lose your ethical framework as a society, what do you have? Good morning from a very happy Bedford and a very happy chairman of the football team that just won their first FA Cup game. We're through to the next preliminary round of the FA Cup against MK Irish on Saturday, which was amazing. Also very cool. We had two Australian Bitcoiners, What Bitcoin Did, listeners who'd come into the country. They made the pilgrimage to Bedford and came and watched the game, which was amazing. Speaking of which, we're making the pilgrimage the other way round. September the 9th, Danny and I are going to be in Australia. We've got a WBD Live in Sydney with Nick Bartier, Willy Woo, Checkmate, Rusty Russell, and Dan Roberts all on stage. It's going to be a banger. If you're in Australia and you want to come out, you want to hang out, you want to come and see a live What Bitcoin Did, go and get yourself a ticket. It's whatbitcoindid .com and click on WBD Live. Anyway, welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the legends at Iris Energy, the largest Nasdaq listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host, Peter McCormack, and today I've got everyone's favorite giant green chicken back on the show, the amazing Doonberg. Now, Doonberg's becoming a regular on the show now. I can find his analysis of almost anything, any weird stuff that's going on in the world, anything related to, you know, recently we've got superconductors, we've got aliens, we've got economic crisis. I find he is a good person to go to and talk to about this. Now, originally when we did book this, we did plan to talk about superconductors, but before we actually started recording, it came out that LK99 wasn't in fact a superconductor. So we talked about this and we talked about how they analyze this and how they came to their thoughts. But then we moved on to a broad range of subjects from cancer cure medicine to the BRICS currencies and everything Elon Musk is doing with X and why Doonberg has gone lurker mode on X, formally Twitter. And I couldn't let him leave without asking him about Bitcoin as well. Of course, I had to after his $5 ,000 call last time. Anyway, listen, I know you're going to love this one. I absolutely love talking to Doonberg. But you got any questions about this or anything else, please hit me up. It's HelloWhatBitcoinDid .com. Big green chicken. Good to see you. It's good to see you, Peter. How have you been? Yeah, really good. Really good. Yeah, just busy traveling a lot. Been out to Argentina since I spoke to you last. And I'm not sure if you saw the results that came in last night from their primaries. Yes, indeed. Making the big news. I might even ask you about that later on. Loads of weird stuff's been happening since we last spoke. Yes, indeed. Well, the good news is that the news flow means that we'll never have a shortage of things for us to talk about. No, I thought we were going to talk about superconductors. I definitely recently read your piece on the cancer -curing pill. And we've also had the US congressional hearings on aliens, among some of the things. So just your standard news flow for COVID world. Indeed, indeed. Where would you like to begin? I know the information has changed. But let's talk a little bit about the superconductor thing. Because the internet was feverish with excitement about the potential of the discovery of a superconductor. It turns out that it wasn't. What happened here? Were we hoodwinked? Were we tricked? Specifically, what was claimed was the development of a room temperature superconductor. Of course, if you cool down certain materials to low enough temperature, they do superconductive already display behavior. The discovery of such a behavior that could operate at room temperature, or in this case, they claim that they were able to observe superconducting activity at temperatures above the boiling port of water. That would truly be a world -changing discovery on par with fission and perhaps the development of semiconductors. And it is a holy grail. And that phrase is overused, of course. But the advent of such material would truly qualify for one of those. When we first saw the piece that was published, we were very skeptical of it. We wrote our own analysis of it in the days afterwards at the peak of the excitement, really, called Conducting Diligence. And over the years, we have used a five -question framework analyzing for such discoveries. And we applied it, introduced it, and applied it here. As background, when I was an executive in the corporate world, I led very large technology groups. And many CEOs get most of their science advance information in the Wall Street Journal or the Financial Times. And so it was very, very common for whoever my CEO was at the time to forward such things to me and demand my instant analysis of it. And oftentimes, I had to talk such people out of reorienting investment dollars to chase down the latest hype cycle. And so over those decades, really, we developed this framework that allowed us to systematically write five paragraphs to our executive overlords and to explain to them most of the times why such an advance was worth watching, but perhaps not worth acting on yet. Occasionally, one does pass that screen. And in this case, we use those five questions and concluded by saying that we're deeply, deeply skeptical. Happy to dive into the details as to why. But I do think that piece that we wrote has stood the test of time quite well. Yeah, before we dive in, can you explain why a superconductor would be such a game changer, though? There's the superficial reasons that the media likes to write about, which is, oh, you can imagine transmitting massive amounts of electricity with no loss and reorienting the entirety of our electricity grid. But in reality, in our view, it would be how a room temperature superconductor could facilitate advances in otherwise unrelated fields. And then the second and third order effects of those would be truly a game changer. In particular, collective computing, for example, would stand to benefit greatly from an advance in room temperature superconducting. And that field, of course, has had its own hype cycle. But quantum computing, a true advance in room temperature superconductors, for example, we believe could put the world of computing back on pace of exponential growth. If you squint at the log curves of the rate of computing advances, it seems to have slowed down a little bit in the past few years. Of course, we're still making massive advances. But it's the second and third order impacts from the other technologies that would be enabled by such an advance that we think would ultimately transform society. And look, all manner of sensitive electronic applications, a quantum computing advance would jeopardize encryption, for example. And there's just countless other ways that a step change like this would be very, very useful. And as we said in the piece, vast riches and a quick ticket to Stockholm to collect a Nobel Prize await those who succeed in demonstrating the phenomenon. And many serious physicists doubt that such an advance is even possible. So when you see such an enormous claim like this, it is irresistible that the hype wouldn't proceed in the way that it did. It's totally understandable. But at the same time, we had serious, serious doubts from the very beginning for the reasons that we wrote in that piece. Okay, so can you break down why you were skeptical in your piece? Yeah, so we asked five questions and I'll just list them carefully. They're simple questions. And the good thing about this approach is it doesn't require all that much in the way of specific expertise in the underlying area. And I should say up front, this is not something that I personally have a deep level of practical knowledge in the nuances of the science, but it's not needed in this case. So the five questions are, who's involved? Where was it published? Where are we in the scientific process? What is the scientific context? And then what should we expect next? And if you go through each of those questions, the first one, as with most human endeavors, the reputation and pedigree of the people involved matters. As we said in the piece, if Google and MIT announce a computing advance, you probably would be safe to bet that they have the goods. But if your neighbor tugs on your sleeve at a party and whispers quietly about an invention he's been working on in his garage for years that's sure to change the world, you'd probably be justified in having a healthy degree of skepticism here. The researchers involved have very good pedigree. The team is based in Korea, but they also collaborate with a relatively well -known physics professor at the College of William and Mary, and they seem to be trained in the field. And most importantly, one of the main inventors said they would be willing to support anyone trying to replicate the work, and we took that as a good sign. Things get a little sketchier when you consider where it was published, which is the second question. And here, these results were not published in a peer -reviewed journal of any pedigree. They were self -published as preprints on the internet, two of them, actually, one with three authors and the other with six. And the barrier to publishing a preprint is zero. You and I, Peter, could publish a preprint making claims to this very same website and generate a hype cycle of our own. That's not to say that the work was bad, but in our view, if this had passed peer review at a reputable journal, it would have lent more credibility to the claims. Unfortunately, this is not the world that we live in, and these preprints were hyped. And one of the reasons why this matters is because, as I believe, ultimately the story will dictate the misinterpretation of the data that this looks like is what happened. This would have been caught in that peer review process and would never have made the hype cycle, which is the third question. Where are we in the scientific process since it's unpublished? And basically, nobody would consider these results to be validated until independent researchers reproduce the work in their own laboratories. And one of the reasons why it's important to publish your paper in a journal and pass peer review is because a key job of editors at such journals is to ensure authors provide sufficient, specific details that allow others to confirm the work. And the good news with this is, as we pointed out in the piece, the compounds used were pretty simple and the synthetic procedures were rudimentary, which actually gave us even more pause because typically giant leaps of science don't usually arise from what we call kitchen chemistry, such as this. But on the other hand, the fact that it was so straightforward meant that others would very quickly be able to test whether the results were real. And then the fourth question is the scientific context. And here, we've had example after example of such claims falling flat, data being retracted. Sometimes it's fraud. Most often, it is misunderstanding of the phenomenon. And so, especially, you know, the equivalent would be claims of battery breakthroughs. You know, we've written another piece on this as well. There's certain fields where the prize is so high that the weaknesses of the scientific method as practice in the modern era are really on display. And the pursuit of a room temperature superconductor would be one of those. And then the last question is what should we expect next, which is exactly what has transpired. A bunch of people tried to reproduce it. Nobody has been able to do so. It appears as though experts have studied the preprints and their own experimental work and have come up with explanation an alternative for the phenomenon that was witnessed. And as we said in our verdict, nobody would be more thrilled to see these results validated than us. But we found ourselves deeply skeptical. The last point I would say is the leap was too far, the method is too simple, and the process too premature to get excited. And I think that was a good view at the time. So is their project dead or are they still working on it? Well, the problem with making such a hyperbolic claim is that it becomes difficult for people to continue to pursue the work. And there's really not that much to pursue here if the reinterpretation of the data is as the scientific community seems to be coalescing on. Because it's just not that interesting of a discovery. And so, you know, back to the drawing board. We were going to write a follow -up piece called What If. It's one of these pieces that was sort of written in my head that never saw the light of day because by the time we would have gotten it published it would have seemed a bit silly. But if this had been true, even if it was a small component or a minor byproduct, the state of industrial heterogeneous synthesis using high throughput techniques is such that the big companies would have obliterated this experimental map across all dimensions. Concentration, oxygen, temperature ramp, you name it. They would have done thousands and thousands and thousands of experiments. They would have found the exact molecule that worked. And that it can work itself is a gigantic discovery. And so if one can work, it would have taken weeks for the industry to isolate an entire family of these things, then the theory would have caught up to it very quickly. And there would have been something about these things that teaches theory something interesting, which then would very quickly inform the synthetic chemists as to how to optimize and create. It would have been, you know, like how the first person to break the four -minute mile and suddenly everybody does it. That this would have been one of those situations where raw the power of the high throughput synthesis discovery workflows in the big multi -deca billion -dollar chemical companies would have made short work of this, would have optimized it very quickly. There would have been no barriers to, no meaningful barriers to commercialization because materials involved were so simple and so widely available that cooking them in a certain unique way is of no challenge whatsoever to the industry. So if there was even a possibility that this had once worked, that would have been game -changing, but it doesn't look that way, unfortunately. What is the general state of scientific research and peer reviews? Because there was a period, certainly post -COVID, where this has been hotly debated and the trust the science mean was spreading quite regularly with people just having vast doubts about peer -review studies and the peer -review process. What have you looked at into that, or is that just... Oh, there's a huge ongoing retraction scandal in the scientific world, and as we said in the piece, you know, peer review on its own doesn't mean that this is fundamentally accurate science. It still needs to be reproduced in other labs for it to really go from an observation to, say, an accepted theory or accepted experimental set of results. But the state of modern science is poor right now, and it's because it is performed by humans who are susceptible to the hype cycle, the need for funding.
"fa cup" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Saves. From Manchester United, this one I thought was routine from mccallister. But good to get that early 7, given what happened against severe. This strike here from NCO later on. I thought this was simply outstanding. No. From the replay, you can tell he sees this all the way. With some venom and that really is incredible reaction. Throughout I thought he looked comfortable with what was asked of him, didn't take any of the silly chances that we saw in midweek and I think those mistakes were playing on his mind just in terms of his passing choices. When he decided to go short or when and this happened more times than not, he just decided to kick it long. Don't think Brighton Austin off of him. I think there was the odd one that we saw mister header from a set. But again, it was a set piece, and it was a good chance. He got away from his market martial, but I just don't, I'm surprised by all the possession Brighton that they did not create more clear chances than what they did, and that's going to be something that they look at. And I think from United's point of view, can they have can they give up that much control of a game with an overrun and defend against mansa in the final and expect to get away with that kind of performance? I don't think that'll work. Mindset it would have to have a heck of an off day at the office the way they had planned at the moment for mon united to give up that territory. We know they have to give up some against say, but they gave up a lot against Brighton. Only if I break into falter in the final thought, that's unlikely to happen in the final, so I think ten had no, he knows that, yeah, the top four is big for them, but they need to really up the game for the final, otherwise it could get messy. To Shaq's point, obviously we just saw one penalty missed in the shootout, a quality was really high actually. Solid marsh was he distracted by David her hair just going early the right way. Would he have noticed that? I thought no. I think he's got his head though. Right. Let's have a look again. I think he's got his head, don't I think he's made his mind up is slowing that across the goalkeeper is going to go for a little bit of height because if the keeper then guesses the right way and we saw a few of these penalties which were brilliant in the circumstances and under that pressure of the moment, we saw a few times the keeper went the right way, but at least three or four players went with just enough height when they keep a dive, they couldn't go. That raises the risk factor of scaling over the bar. It just does. So you know him for an area that's between my goalkeeper diving and the bar. That shrinks it, you know what I mean? And then you're running up, you're running up and it's in your head. I got to hit that mark. I got to get it there. And people at home have been going, how can you hit a penalty over like that? Only takes you to lean back a little bit with that much power and it can look like a really bad panel. This thing is from a goalkeeping perspective. You have 5 kickers or in this case, it goes to 7. But two, maybe three of those take parties during the course of a season. The others aren't expecting to take penalties. And while they might be good players and confidence strikers is a ball, when that pressure is on, in that circumstance, that's a tough ask for sometimes the best of players. Now, solid margin is not expecting to take a penalty at any point during the course of a season. And while the SE has his head down in his peripheral vision, you can see that bright yellow shades of David de here knows he wants to go to his right to his left and just sees the hair take that slight hop and thinks what I need to do a little bit harder to know just to me because he's figured out which side I'm going for. I'm not going to change inside. I'm going to hit it a little harder. What I'm going to hit it just a little bit higher. And everything coming together, you left it ten yards over the crossbar. And that's the pressure. And just lack of experience of just taking penalties. She can always go back in the change and I'm so in March and blame the goalie. Yeah, exactly. Well,
"fa cup" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"But it's as if you were a preacher and you're standing in front of in the pulpit and you said, God is amazing. God is amazing. Jesus is amazing. And then you've Kyle said, okay, Jesus said we should be good people. So you didn't talk about Jesus and God and stuff. But you're talking about all the good things he did, right? And there are tangential things with Bitcoin. There are plenty of things out there to talk about. That isn't just Bitcoin. Bitcoin is not supposed to change. We're not supposed to talk about it all the time. It's supposed to be there. TikTok, next block, right? But it's supposed to change everything around us. Kind of. Well, everything that money touches, which has poor incentives, it hopefully contributes to things improving. But also the positive externality of considering your time preference should mean that you consider other things such as health wellness and such and such. Now, you could be doing all that as a non Bitcoin then. Yeah. And as somebody's new to Bitcoin, you might think about that stuff. Not to say Bitcoin fixes everything. I would argue it doesn't. It doesn't fix everything. It doesn't really fix anything except maybe money. I mean, Bitcoin doesn't stop Tottenham being shared. Yeah. What did Sir Alex Ferguson say? Boys, it's spurs. Three point lane. Yeah. I actually heard that one. I like that one. This one I have with my buddies because that's so many of my friends about Tottenham that's why I hate them because my problem with Tottenham fans is they still think Tottenham are a big club. Yeah. And it's really frustrating because they're clearly not they're a mid table club. They're big clubs are your menu men city, arsenal Chelsea, Liverpool, and then you've got your next level, which is Tottenham, Newcastle, Leicester, filler. They're one of those. Now they think they're top tier. They act like they're top ten. Well, but they're not. I mean, they're just at least lesser when trophies. Yeah. Well, FA Cup and a league. Yeah. I went to Tottenham last winter trophy. Before Bitcoin was invented. It was like 1990, the one that took Bitcoin doesn't fix title. No, I can't fix on the physics autonomous. 2008, 2008. Yeah, before Bitcoin. So do you think satoshi was talking? He should have described that into the genesis block. So it doesn't fix everything. So is that? Is that you as an outsider coming in? Is that something you find particularly frustrating? Yeah. And I'm a pretty hyperbolic person. It just
"fa cup" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"fa cup" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Over here in the states? Yeah. So that's four. You're welcome. Thank you. We need to change the bio. In the USL. John, what about your essay cop upsets? Mine, and I'm pretty sure Stevie played in it was a game at Bolton live on TV. At burnden park and it was in the winter time and Bolton turned under soil heating off so it was honestly it was a fun job to every player, it was an ice rink. Wasn't it Stevie? It was an ice rink. And we found ourselves two nil down at half time, Graham soonest was the manager. He went ballistic off time, he smashed cups off everyone's heads off the walls, teapots crashing everywhere. He went, he went crazy. We got a two, two draw out the game, Stevie, we thought the job was done. Got them back to Anfield. They beat us. Was it one nil? Two zero. Two zero. Yeah. Yeah. I do remember because that did me rubs in the game because I never played in the replay because of it. But the funny thing about that with Don Tottenham boot sooner, so he came in and he got his arm and he just went like that, right? And so the teapot, the cops, and a lot of them have already been poured out. Right? And so Ronnie Moran is standing. He's actually standing there straight ahead. And that was sitting on his left. And there was like, you know when you've got a
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"The same time, the team you put out has to be motivated. And at the very least, has to, even though you're a better say, you have to fight for the rate to play football. Nobody's going to stand by. Certainly not a championship team at home and an iffy cocktail. I'm not going to stand back and see on you go and show us how good you are. We're going to get in our own year they're going to give you no time, no space, which is what Sheffield United did and the opportunity that came their way. They took it and all of a sudden sponsor only FE cop and Sheffield United have drawn black Bond. Suppose it must be thinking old on a second. If we had beaten chef in the native, we've got black bond at home and we'd be in the semifinal of the FE cup. And again, I think if the spurs fans lose to a man city away or something like that. So you can accept. You give a good fight, but when you do go to lower league opposition lose, that's a tough one. On the flip side though, done, it's turning out to be quite the season for Sheffield in united one of my former clubs every time one of my clubs as well. It's like, yes, I was a part of that club for a little while. Do you know what? It's brilliant for the city. It's an amazing club to play for. I mean, I was there for only two years before I moved to but I loved every minute of living in Sheffield and playing with Sheffield United. The fans are incredible. Brahma lanes are terrific place to play your football and that'll be hard by the way for Blackburn. You know, Sheffield and I can beat anyone. I was looking at the Tottenham side there. I mean, yes, they underestimated Sheffield United, but they still had the Charleston highway, Lucas moura son. So our questionnaire attitude and their motivation to try and win the game. But credit Sheffield United, what a journey they're on potentially going up and potentially getting in the semifinals. Please look at the rest of the 5th round results, big news being that Tottenham were knocked out by championship side Sheffield United and league two grimsby in the FA Cup quarterfinals for the first time since 1939. This is how things will look in the draw Vincent company, going back to Manchester City, man united with another hometown this
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"As far as being able to spend more time up the other side of the field. In the end, you have to start somewhere. And they get the job done against a difficult wolves team to break down. Then you go beat Manchester United in great form at home. And then the expectation that you go to board method. If they picked up 9 points in those three games, then to the point, I'll start to believe. I'll start to think that maybe that has turned around. But until you see a group together, a run together, and it's still, is this just a one off? Actually, you know, united did a good performance there because we were talking earlier about watching united playing right now. When you watch them play in, you don't think they're going to get beat. And you think that they're going to get a goal and steal a game or win the game or whatever it is. When you watch Liverpool they know, you don't feel that way. You kind of wait and then something to go wrong as opposed to something to go right. So that's why you can. But that's what I'm saying. Does that change your mind if you beat the team that is playing like that? Does that give you the thought that they've turned the corner? Ask me that question. Sometimes things go your way, though. And in fabinho's case tonight, that absolutely went his way back that he got a yellow card and not a red card. Let's take a look back at that moment. What did
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"United next. Yes, it's our Anfield, but right now you don't feel as though you needed a gun to lose. So up and down. I really don't know which way to think. I'm just going to live a pool's fixtures. Home to Manchester United are we at the board month? You've got a fancy cell there. Hope to Fulham. A way to Manchester City a way to Chelsea arsenal. It could be an important arsenal. I mean, that is a big run of games right there. Don, what are your thoughts on them going on a run in securing that top four finish? And I've got no confidence, okay? What might take away what might take away from tonight's game was I looked at a lot of players tonight and joined their football again. So that tells me they're coming back confidence is growing as Stevie said, you know, the wins the win could perform and solid performance, never really looked like a danger. The problem is like Shaka said he stole my thunder really. The league table is healthy in terms of you can real Newcastle in. And you can reel Tottenham in, but you've got to beat man city. You've got to be money united. You've got to beat Chelsea. I mean, those are not easy games. Newcastle I still think a dark horses can they respond. They've got two games in hand. They're the dark horses for the top four. Liverpool can do it because of any team in the Premier League that can put a run together. It's them, I've just not seen it on a consistent basis, so there's nothing for me to grab onto that suggest their massive favorites for the fourth. And that is what klop said. He said, if there's any side that can do it, put a run together, it is us. Importance of seeing most alarm the scholarship tonight, Stevie. Yeah, if Liverpool have any hope I get this up for, he has to start scored regularly. And if he can lift these game a little bit, if he has overall game can get better, it would make such a huge difference for Liverpool
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"Going to done it with Matt, right? All right. Goodness. We do have to talk about the other side of this though Don. How much trouble are Everton in? Huge trouble K when you look at their away form, they've only scored one goal in 8. Now, the only thing that's keeping it in sort of in touch if you like is because a lot of teams down there Southampton haven't got a goal scorer. Form of haven't got a goal scorer. Everett never got one. Leads haven't got one. Forests haven't really got one. Crystal Palace are not an amazing side. And they play not in forest next away from home. So the league table could completely change with a win. The problem is the performance tonight for 40 minutes, as I said, was really, really good. But Evan don't score any goals. We haven't got a goal scorer on their books while they've got one in Dominic Calvert Lewin, but he's never fit. He's always injured. They can't get him can't get him playing for a run of games. He plays one game. He's out for two and a half months. Ella Sims is a young player that was scoring goals on loan. It's whether you give him his head, Neil Moore played tonight. He was okay, some good touches, but never really looked like scoring. I think it's a bad time now, Sean dyche plays demari gray for some reason, since Shawn died got the job he's not really fancied him where I think he's the only one really away from Dominic Calvert Lewin. This is actually got goals in his boots, so I think he's got to find a position for him, whether that's a false 9 or a number ten, because at this stage of the season, I can remember playing forever and when we were struggling in 97 98 and we went out and bought Kevin Campbell and he was the difference from us staying up or going down. You've got to have a goal scorer. All the teams at the top end of the league have got goal scorers, middle sector, the Premier League, they've got goal scorers. The reason why you're on the bottom 5 or 6 is you haven't got a prolific scorer that's evidence problem. A Liverpool will be made up with their makeup game against wolves, it finished two nail Virgil Van Dyke and most allow the scorers
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"Not necessarily from what I've seen, but I really, I think, has been a big credit was after the lost demand city, the way they bounce back and just it didn't get to them. I think if we had seen a waiver after that and maybe there'd been a series of bad results, but they've reacted how you need to react. The fact that the competition level in this league is so strong. And the fact that you're just going to go run away with it isn't going to happen. So you're going to have the odd result not go your way. But if you can consistently pick up the points and they've proven that so far that they can have the odd result and then take right back off. You know when you do a pros and cons list, I'm going to come to you with this done. If you're going to do the pros for us all over Manchester City to win the title this season, what are they? I mean, it's difficult. I mean, the pros have got momentum for sure, the young side, that might actually go against them. So that's a little bit of a contradiction from my part. But when you're flying and you're winning games at the top of the league, and the pros, the big pros is they're 5 points clear. I don't think anyone at the start of the season would I'd arsenal top the league 5 points clear. And the tricky thing I think for them a couple of weeks back when they went through a tricky few results and they lost a couple of games and drew one I think against Brentford. The villa game, I think, is the turning point. Well, one little down in the villa game, they got a back to one one, then they went to one down so they'll be on twice in the game and won it four two. And then there are two away games on the spin, villa BM one, Leicester being the other. He takes 6 points from two away games to set you up nicely for two home games. If tick one off tonight beaten Evan, they've got Bournemouth next at home. They've been massive favorites to win that game. So whenever they're winning games, you know, they're keeping that distance to 5 points. And I think correct me if I'm wrong, I think man city play an FA Cup game in a couple of weeks time where obviously they're not going to play a Premier League game, but arsenal do so potentially the gap could be 8. So all of a sudden psychologically, you know, city have got to try and reel them in and they could be 5 behind. They could be 8 behind. So momentum certainly I think arsenal. Obviously, Stevie, you've come around to arsenal in the title race this year, but what are the potential pitfalls for them at this stage? It's about that. They don't have any injuries. I don't see anything changing. You know, Shaq is talking about the players that brought in, which makes them a bigger and a stronger squad. And the players that he brought in was your genial, have shown that already they know how to play the arsenal way. Are they Arteta? Whatever is arsenal do, they already look as though. And so for us, it's just about what they do. They don't care who the opposition is. Some material to them. This is how we play, and when we play it at best, we'll take antibody on. And they're just going along and doing what they do. So for me, the only thing that upsets this is injuries. Because defensively, I think that the strongest team in the middle of the park and going forward, I mean, potentially they're going to get better going forward because of the age of the players. So absolutely. Garbage is you start to treat it. Absolutely should be. Top of the league. The only thing I've been seeing this, I think during the course of any season, every team goes through a bit of a rough patch. And it's how you manage that rough patch at almost determines where you finish. I'm not sure that after has had that, but then to Casey's point, every time they've had a little bit of a setback, I said, just responded. Ever since beat arsenal a few weeks ago, who would have thought, who would have thought that judging from this performance? And it's every time arsenal has found themselves wanting this season, they have responded in a fashion that I did not anticipate. So I'm a Stevie, unless there's a spirit of injuries that you just can't account for, you just don't see this as the team stumbling long enough to allow the others to catch. The other side to that corner. Of course, Manchester is sitting second right now. The Champions League is for me still city's Holy Grail. You can understand if as long as the Austin remains in Europe a league, Arthur decides to make changes. In Europe, where I don't think popcorn will have that luxury in the Champions League. They have to be winning the Champions League. So that to please into our hands. going to see how many of you think arsenal are going to win this title Casey. I do. We do. Stevie? Yep.
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"Arsenal played their round 7 makeup game against Everton and they did so in style winning four nil and going 5 points clear at the top of the table now that they are level on games with Manchester City. Don was on the call for this game. How good are arsenal Don hutchison? Unbelievable K I mean this context around the game because for 40 minutes of the game I thought ever the away side were absolutely fantastic. They never really looked like scoring, but they broke really well about four or 5 times and then sucker scores the first goal on 40. Then they get the Martinelli gold just before the time which then takes the game completely away from ever but second off, it was an absolute mauling. It was for going on 6 or 7. There was only with about 20 minutes to go. They were keeping hold of the balls in another top performer. I had Martin odegaard as my man of the match. He scored one goal Martinelli got two, but he ran the show and then the perfect night while Mikel Arteta he brought players off. He rested players. He then give minutes to other players like Smith Rowe, and the stadium K with about, I don't know, 30 minutes to go was absolutely bouncing. They had to work hard for the game, don't get me wrong for the first half when they got the tuna lead. But second off, second off, they were absolutely electric. They were on fire arsenal. They were just a sensational watch. They were beautiful sight to watch. It is such a young and exciting attack to watch Stevie. Yeah. Well, I think it's been backed up with some great experience better than average pro, you know, Shaq up for a long time, and the Premier League was looked upon as just a good player. Who's who had his team arsenal, and it was time to move on. That was until Arteta appeared. This is not the same player. Not the same player. I don't know what a Ted is telling them. I don't know what he's doing with them, but this guy has taken a step forward. And there's a huge part of us that have been top of the league. It's certainly not something we would have said about Shaka. But 18 months ago, not a chance. Guys, absolutely brilliant. I think a lot of credit has to go to Mikhail Arteta as well. And a chance for this, which I think was January transfer window, sums up how good he's been, how good they've been. Frustrated with the mudra deal Chelsea coming in and still that away from them and why a lot of talk around Chelsea was how much they spent and breaking all sorts of records. Micheladas and arsenal go about their business. They are tros. They are georginio, give give cover to players like party who sometimes is out a little bit in two too often as they would like, but still important georginio comes in and provides cover. It comes in at the perfect time, Martinelli, who has been simply outstanding, but he was going through a little bit of a lean spell. Trust art comes in. Again, as depth to them, and it just seems absolutely seamless. And we are talking about the team sitting top of the table not breaking the bank, bringing in place to add to this squad and make them better at the same time. And it speaks volumes to a manager who was under so much pressure about 12 or 18 months ago. Now has them looking as good as anybody and not just English football, but in European football. Now has them as title favorites when we look at the odds makers. It's slate right now, but arsenal are the title favorites as it stands at the top of the table with that 5 point lead. Would you bet against them, Casey Keller?
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"Sitting behind me. He was whispering. I saw him. Have you got your spoon over to you? Native. No, just going to this. Is it going to be a concern for man city if Manchester United do win some muscle where this season? I don't understand why it's a concern for city. More power to the United States to do it, they deserve to do it. Listen, you call me man city TV, but there's so many clips of me standing directly here in this position in front of this stadium. Maybe it's all just some sort of sign up. Maybe I'm actually an MU monitor TV, whatever it is. But yeah, I think do you know what you need to do? I've been last time I was on with you. It was myself, you and Louis Garcia. And he asked us, how many times was united when this season? And I went conservative. I went for two. Luis went for zero, okay? So now that you've got one, can you ask him again, how many is going to be? If he's going to just stick with the lowest number he can, because I feel that there's more to come here. I think the Europa League is going to be very interesting because I know that arsenal is still in it, and that could be a great time at the end of playing each other. But united definitely have that momentum and have a really good traveling fan base for those European nights. So I think I fancied him for that to be honest. And then as for the FA Cup in our city our favorites and the droll dictate what happens next, but yeah, I think they're going to be winning something else, but I just don't believe it's the Premier League. We know it's called out there, nadim, so we're not going to keep you much longer, but we must get your thoughts on the fact that man city have been drawn against Burnley. That makes it all and more interesting with Vincent company as the Burnley manager, doesn't it? Oh, it's going to be fantastic. I think there have been lots to see if I know you've been asking a question like, do you think Vinny will ever manage city will ever manage city? Well, here's a chance to almost have a mini CV. And I personally don't think there's any rush for him to potentially fill that role, because at the end of the day, he's 36, 37 years of age. I could see a managing city maybe in his 40s, maybe in his 50s, maybe never who knows, but he's got so much time in that game. But I think it's going to be it's going to be very, very interesting to see how he sets up his team to play against the side, which I know that he might so much and interestingly just close off. When he came back from the World Cup break, his first game was Berlin manager was against QPR. And he contacted me to get some insight information about QPR, the club that I left three years ago. So now I imagine for this man city game, you might try and ask me for somehow Vinny, I have no clue. Just hope for the best. That's because you're working for Manchester United. That's why. Anyway, Nadine, thanks so much for joining us today. We'll speak to you again soon. Cheers guys. I just signed our attentions to some Premier League in a moment, but before we do, just a reminder that over on our YouTube page, there's a whole lot
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"More likely a win for them this season? The Europa League are the FA Cup. Europa League. And I'm saying the Europa League because Manchester City are still in the F 8 cup. Right now, I would say Manchester City, if you were to push me, I would say they were my favorites to win their free cop. So that's why I'm seeing the Europeans. But also, didn't you have a feeling that Manchester United are favorites now in the FA Cup earlier today? No. All right, I'm a mistaken. You have a mistake. Okay. Maybe I heard, you know. No, no, I'll tell you, I'll explain to you what happened. Okay. The odds came up for the FE cop. And Manchester United was second behind Manchester. Manchester City. And West Ham were 7 favorites, and I said, I'm going to stick my neck out and see that man united a favorites for this game. That's where my mistake is. Yes. Okay, so you know what I said? Okay, that's fine. Okay. My apologies, Stevie. Checker. Or FA Cup? I'm going to see, I'm going to say FA Cup. Just because they enter the course of finals no. The FA Cup, and as much as I take Stevie's point, that city are still in it. One game elimination, Europa League until he finally is home in a way. Whether that works in the favor or not. But I just feel that they're closer to the finish line so I think the odds naturally are short as a result. You have a little thought on this Casey. I think FA Cup. Obviously, huge buzz in beating Barcelona. But I think FA Cup is going to tip it. All right. Well, it's nadim, man city TV all low, Manchester United's lucky mascot, as well right now.
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"Time to see where it was going to go, but then in the end, obviously the introduction of cashmere made a massive difference. And when you can, when you have the luxury to bring in a player of that quality rashford came into his job, Fred came in, got a late goal. So yes, the subs definitely changed it, but it gave them the time, the little bit of a break to come in and then make the difference. Because it made me heard ten hug talk after the match. The squad is going to be key. And Harry Maguire talking about the squad being key and obviously they were able to get the job done again today. Just because we saw that goal from gar Nacho, it's very understandable why there has been this excitement around him and why they've also had to ensure that such a young player maintains his focus on the game too. Yeah, that's true. I think some of the stuff that was happening at the start of the season, although the building has been heavily documented, but really to an alliance. It seems like maybe it wasn't happy that he wasn't part of the team, just that much, but I think he's got the right manager in play now. If he's going to be developing as a player both on the field and off it. And I thought today, especially in the second half, I thought it was fantastic. I think it really took the game to Johnson. He felt like he was there the biggest threat in my opinion in that second half, even though we had rashford on the pitch at the same time. And I wasn't surprised to see him step up and score that goal and step up in that big moment because he was very much on the front floor. You could see some of the West Bank players getting tired from playing against them and he's a huge, huge talent. Obviously, we didn't see someone like Sancho playing today as well. But it just shows they do have that strength in depth. But in God answer, it feels like he's going to be a real star in the future. We've already gone too long without talking about the fact that Manchester United are in with a shot of winning a quadruple this season. I feel as though that keeps coming up all the time. So let me do that right now now that we know that they've marched onto the quartz to final Stevie. What's
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"The 90th minute and then Fred got in on the action too. It now means Manchester United will play Fulham in the next round. Native manure was at the game forest today. He was pitchside for it. Now he's outside Old Trafford. Tell us more about what that atmosphere was like today and what had to be a comeback win for Manchester United madam. Yes, good spot, by the way. They have kicked me out. They said enough is enough. And I think as well for this game, I think West Ham started really well. It's a little bit more after the match. He felt that West Ham deserved more is a great chance for them to win. And I think that should in some ways that united weren't really at their best. But they found a way to win and speaking to Maguire afterwards. He was saying how the biggest thing really was to try and understand what it takes to win. They do care about performances, but between now and the end of the season, it's about getting those wins. And they found a way to do it. And it was huge celebrations at one one at two one, even at three one because they know the importance we've been in the hat for the next round. And they certainly did do that today. It wasn't perfect, but this is Manchester United that it is at this moment in time whereby they find ways to win, isn't always perfect, but it's winning football. The winner against Barcelona, the Kotlin on the weekend, and now getting a chance to get that little bit closer towards another title. So fair play to them. The place is rocking, there's a huge sense of expectation. And they're managing to do it, whether it's beautiful or just like it was today, where all you need to do is just find a way to beat the opposition. Naden, we heard you speaking to Harry Maguire after the game and he was quite level headed in saying that there will be some slip ups along the way now with what's left. It just doesn't feel like it with this Manchester United right now. It feels as though everything's going their way. Yeah, it certainly is, but I think it's very easy to become a prisoner of the moment and just to think that continue this way because that's what's happening right now. But a league is a very, very competitive league. I think you look at the fact that they play Liverpool next. I think in the league and it's a way Anfield. Lift what I've not been fantastic this season, but do you really better guess what to find a performance? Just against one of them against probably their biggest rival in football. That wouldn't surprise me. But I think he is level head. It has been in the game for a long time. The other players around him have as well. They don't expect to win every game. They do attempt to do that. But understand that setbacks will come because that's the nature of football. It's a very, very competitive league. And even if you're at your best, it doesn't guarantee that you'll win, so I liked what he was saying. And what are you saying? I know that he believed it. And so as a consequence, it's easy to understand that, you know, they got into the position, not by just expecting good things to happen. But by working hard at it, and if there is a setback like we saw today when they went one zero down, just find a way to get the result. And if it wasn't to be today, then I think they would have moved on just fine. What did this latest win tell us about Manchester United CV? They have a real culture of one under ten hag. You watch them play in and regardless of the score on the field when you're watching the game, you feel as though Manchester United are going to either get back into it or win it. And that's what happened today. You know, they got back in it. They did them, said they started well and then they kind of fell asleep. Yes, David Moyes will be disappointed because they did have some opportunities. But you know what? That's why you have a goalkeeper to hear me too safe from Michaela Antonio, but that's what he's paid to do. And then of course, when the question was asked, when they went one zero down from a great Ben Rama Gaul, we got the answer. The absolutely change gear turned up the pressure. And it was as much the pressure they put on West Ham as the stylish attacking football. Ganache was goal was a great goal, but it was really all about squeezing the ball, winning the bowl back, putting that back lane under pressure. And then just creating a Harvard as often as they could and then from there you have to take your chances. And that separates the two shades where Sam never took the chances they
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"Here's Colin bezel Nottingham Forest produce one of the shocks of the FA Cup third round to be arsenal one nil last night the championship side scored later against their Premier League opponents and will face holders less than next Tottenham survived a scare to win three one against Malcolm Liverpool also came back from a goal down to claim a four one victory over Shrewsbury for 7 time winners named 5 youngsters in their starting lineup 19 year old midfielder Tyler Morton believes they did themselves proud You can see it in the same line Let me bring in youngsters They're still together as we play We play the same way as the first team doing a ton of fees and it just happened that we've got to be able to adapt to these games and I think we have to really well Liverpool play Cardiff in the next stage West Ham got past fellow top flight club leads to nil to set up a trip to 6th tier kilometer harriers Norwich wolves Luton Cardiff and stoke also progressed to the fourth round Manchester United take on Aston Villa tonight with Middlesbrough awaiting the winner tomorrow night's Premier League game between Everton and last time meanwhile has been postponed a combination of COVID cases injuries and international call ups for the Africa Cup of Nations have left Leicester without enough players to fulfill the fixture It was also called off last month Okay so that's the updates are on sports news a lot of football in there this morning Let us just quickly check the markets for you And the stock 600 is fairly flat now so after a fairly promising start to the session this Monday morning we're actually pretty flat and actually we see U.S. features deteriorating a little bit so that resilience to the higher yield environment that we sold through the Asia session maybe being questioned a little bit as we get into the European session and as we've seen U.S. ten year yield pass through that 1.8% level We haven't seen that for some time Could they head soon over 2% We'll certainly get into that conversation shortly We'll get a further update on markets in a little while as well Still ahead still ahead sorry on Bloomberg daybreak You're at make UK's CEO Steven pitson joins me to discuss their latest survey which shows manufacturers see a positive outlook for the year ahead What are they hearing from manufacturers in terms of input costs and inflation and wage pressures All of that could be really interesting to analyze that get the.
Leicester City Lift 1st FA Cup
"The city for the first time in the club's history when the fa cup goodness me into sweat. But i think the deserved at the end. You mentioned that we were watching. The game chelsea woke up too late. Tim selection all these things. We'll talk with jokes but from less. He's perspective. I think one i shot in the for the manager who i consider one of the best out there you know. He's done a great job. Eleven that celtic during again it. That's it looks like it'll be in the top. Four is not done yet. Looks likely did it. Without is most influential. Johnny evans who played. But it wasn't so hot to reorganize we've talked about is getting forward we're talked about quality is not for. Belgium is done again on one of the biggest stages. Wanna go that was. I don't talk at the other end. When goalkeeper needs to make a save cost plus michael one of the best saves. I've seen for many a year in any game mason strike and it's so good to have the funds for these players on the support estate joy this moment unless they're and my opinion thought deserving of this coveted
Hat-Trick Fires Man City to Victory
"Let's start in the premier league. Just the one match on friday but a pretty good one at that at least dramatic manchester city four three winners over newcastle actually had to come from behind twice did city and thanks to a federal authorities. Hat trick they will pick up the three points. What does it mean for. The table will not much manchester city. Already clinching the title. Thanks to manchester united defeat earlier this week. Third manchester city premier league title under pet. Why are the orla. Joining us for more craig. Burley and nato new. Oh we'll hear from them in just a little bit. But stevie i'll start with you. A seven goal thriller. Probably not what we expected from this game pretty good. You didn't expect goals. I didn't expect four three now. No i expect goals. This is a game. That really didn't mean an awful lot to either saying god. The talking about the game between the champions league final could be a chance for some day. A player themselves in i mean. Do you really think fell torres with three. Goals has pleaded these. We the jumping sleek start out late. I don't think so. I thought that was going to be goes in a unusual. I thought they were going to score. I didn't think they were going to lose three at the end of the day. The good game to watch but Really you know law the native eight changes for manchester city from the eleven that we saw in that second leg against psg in the champions league semi-final. It tells you kind of what. I was thinking about this match.
"fa cup" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"Different clubs with things in different ways And the way we have gone about of the last few years he's we haven't set in a program which we deliver to our academy play which essentially is trying to prepare players for supply senior football in in anywhere between eight to ten years tong. So what we've been really fortunate to do Over the course of the time that i've been there is would have the best bitch really from all of the different manages of common goldman embedded from playing philosophies and essentially led by neil off the head of youth development. What we do is we re write. All technical program will kind of review. All set in coop. Program have read sousa three years. Paul that what we do. Is we tight. The playing philosophy from the current all previous manager got bits of that really worked for all players because essentially outside with trying to prepare. Those plays for eight to ten years. Time on most likely at different. I see manager anyway. So what we need to. We need to make them really tactically adaptable and we need to expose them to a broad range of different playing styles playing principles. We do that by constantly. Reviewing and updating. Aw what we playing principles and those of been through many rations over the time that i've been there Right the way through from a guest as i influence and a big focus on transition right the way through to i suppose some of the current trends. We're seeing in the primarily now. Football's changed a lot since josie was first with chelsea in your biannual reviews. What's the single biggest difference. Nowadays when you first started at in terms of what you're teaching the youth. I suppose when when i first started we were probably one of few teams. That would play that kind of four three three formation. And you know we felt at the time that was really beneficial for the overall development of our players so as soon as they hit eleven aside they would play that kind of one door to money me feel about numbers henry with changed that we would some sun by one to midfield and essentially it would it would breeds awards that con of possession by style. Which at that time was something which really only the biggest teams really really kind of played and played effectively. Now obviously you see all teams playing a much more kind of possession based style at times but then also now seeing this. I guess these kind of era of counter attacking and counter pressing which has become really prevalent across lots of those different teams. Equally across teams are doing really well in the primarily. He seems that the con against the premier league and an ultra style and uncon- dot com of us boast progress against those midtable in european places. Different plane stalls. So i think that's been really interesting transition. I've seen over. That time is coming from a mortar rextall to a possession by stall so almost now we really need the bowl or the time stodden a knox. That's been fascinating for us to try and encourage all players to understand the sometimes you do need the bowl but equally. It's about what you do when you don't have the ball and then as soon as you get the poll. What's the thing that you need to do in the group. I work with the under eleven's and twelve where we really trying to focusing on a suppose playing paul the bigger team this notion all. What can you do feel teammates. When you get the what do we want to do. Is it same as a really a really important aspect on kind of a more global level. We're talking about it in the context of chelsea managers. How much are trends in the game. For example a lot of teams try and play out from the back now way more than probably in twenty years ago. Would you start to see that in academy football first and then it made its way into senior teams or dislike pets. Barcelona two thousand eight exploded. Know everyone wants to play from the back at youth level. Yeah again in. That vast been really interesting evolution. I think is the going back to when we we kinda. I came up with all plan principles. I wrote saw technical program and we were fortunate to kinda lead. The way i think in terms of the way the more national picture of academy football looks in england we will probably want to the first teams to really talk to our players about playing out in and we'll talk about that all pledge from a really really young age we would try answer a guests make them feel comfortable about transition. You know that. Come from might be a grassroots same mcconnell recreational level eight come from just playing school football where you it was always get the ball forward. Get the ball forward to probably the best players probably striker. He's probably gonna drove across three and school and actually what we were trying to encourage them to. Actually we're gonna play through the thirds we're gonna use of players and actually geno walk as defender whether it's a central defender. You're going to have to be really good on the ball. We will probably one of the first academies. i think that that we're doing that consistently now. You seem like cyprus global trend of all teams now academy level doing. I think he's quite refreshing to be honest with you. Because you know we we've seen this spos- some would argue more. Pure style of football Is more aesthetically pleasing but still funny to listen sir common sizes and pundits and question it when when it happens and when the inevitable eras happen i mean fascinates to see how all young players can deal with and do deal with it now energy so accustomed to it. Thought you know sometimes leads the mistakes and that's just the nature of Particular stall sam skew about an academy product. That's come on. Recently with the i team seemingly out of the blue really working hard and making a real positive impact in the squad and that's entrees christianson. We had pat nevin on recently on the podcast and he said on actually at that age where you really see a huge development. It's sort of counterintuitive. Because i know all the top clubs are going youth youth youth. There's almost like a lack of patience with just a twenty one year. Old when someone in their mid twenties like andrei is you really put a big investment in that player. Why is it different for defenders. Why do they actually season on time. Line that's more consistent with what we saw in the nineties and early two thousands addresses a really interesting character because he when he saw on for us he was ways a very mature player. Even as a you know a young player playing remember playing in the in the faa's cut working with him when he you know he he. I came over and You know he just had that level of maturity. I think composure. Very calm in possession. And i think really you know the so apply that mike's the guy look easy and it's brilliant to see him performing so well it's.
Chelsea, Southampton secure FA Cup quarter-final berths
"Just a couple of matches on this thursday southampton beating wolves score of to nothing and chelsea one winners away to barnsley. Tammy the goal in the sixty third minute. Chaka his lobster robson frank. Leboeuf join us for more frank. Start with you very impressive from chelsea. Would you not very impressive. But the most important thing is to go through When you play against so-called lower team or smaller team boss well default how the way they had to the field. Remind me The the way we used to play the ethica many years ago or to kind of two decades ago it was a wasn't pleasant game to watch but for chelsea the main thing is to go through indeed. Because of graham. One neil off you go home and you think about the quarterfinal. That's the only thing we can say. Jaakko what was worse chelsea through the first hour of the match. The pitch pitchers kind of paul for the costs from from bucknell d. That was decent pitch. But not i understand the issues that pitch like that might read And similarly bentley just made it difficult for chelsea. They will predictable i. I didn't see them scoring other on. I kept mystique trust the job done. That's that's the only important thing interesting. raba what did you think the match There are plenty of chances for barnes. The thought shock watches different game. Well a couple of chances but chelsea made it really difficult for themselves. Everybody was talking about bounds. They've done the homework bounds leader. We're going to press her out the field they we're gonna make it difficult. They were going to put their from. Plays and stop josie planet from the back. So what did chelsea duplat from the back on a bubbly bitch kept on giving it away midfield and they made it difficult for themselves. It was crying out. The big diagnosed replayed from the center hav into the white when the wing backs will play chuck took made the right decision to half times. Change the system so they got more space for their full the play bulls forward but bosley will holding such a high lime pressing so high the field. It had to be the case that josie when in behind them and they didn't do that until it was too late but they just about eight dumb bravo. it's four straight wins now for chelsea undertook. Oh can you see some signs of progress. Not today i couldn't but in in the league games they have been a slight improvement. I think he knows what he wants. From these teams play with a back three for those three games. I think he knows exactly what he wants. Midfield he's wingback high up the field as well the area where we sort changed. It is whether it's play with mainstream ensues slot in behind him or two strikes wanting behind but you can see what he's trying to do. I think the players know exactly what he's trying to do. Each system the players today almost eleven of them so it was always going to be difficult. But i can see system coming into play. I think the players understand that system. And i think chelsea will get
Australian Pacific Touring Launches 6 New Cruise Itineraries
"Keeping in australia abt or good friends there at australian civic during they have a partnership with noble caledonia room and operate small ship expedition cruising and they've just launched six new itineraries australia new zealand's radical ones here this voyages to keep your is for just test mania special melbourne cup fa cup crews The across barrier reef and of course also over to new zealand site some trans tasman voyage as well. So it's definitely a lot of choice there and Something for you to to look at if you want to do. Some localized crazing.
Looking back: Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool, 1995
"Fa cup like little bit sparkle so far. So we thought we'd take you back to one. Thousand nine hundred tottenham against liverpool anfield jurgen klinsmann score in the winter to see spurs book. A place in the semifinal yorgen and robbo back with me. What was striking when you take a look at the goal is the celebration in the complete ecstasy from those on the bench for the spurs fans in attendance. It kind of brings you back to more of a day where you feel the. Fa cup was was more. Relevant was a bit extreme. I think you know. Obviously if the fans in the stands it's a whole different game and all suffering covid at the moment but but I i mean the experience. I had In those years in in england definitely river meaningful in terms of the fa cup Is a religion fully english. People is is is so important. Sometimes i mean. At least a tottenham my days it was almost more important than championship and And then when it happens maybe by accident that you win you know a quarterfinal game at liverpool. And they haven't won for many years and enfield road then then things are going bit out of control but you can just. You can just see how much it means to you to the fans to your your teammates as well it was going to be when goals spurs and when you're looking back not only. It was a very special moment that you obviously won the game identity. But but i never will forget that at that situation at that moment was just the way. The liberal ville faints basically on so we went to our corner. A lot of tottenham fans were and we we think them and applauded them. And and i will never forget. I turned around and i thought okay. The rest of the stadium is probably gone by because out there for ten minutes or something but they weren't there at the stadium was still packed and then we turned around and walked towards locker room and the whole stadium stood up and gave us standing ovations to liverpool. Fans did that. And that's what kind of i never experienced anything like that before. My career never ever afterwards because It shows you the understanding of the english fans when an away team is that given day a little better and then comes away with a win and they they all know al performance and there was something very unique in my my time when you speak to anyone who's played of that generation genuinely they say it was on a par with championship. Is that fair. It was it was above the championship. I'll give an example. If we played mentioned united home at highbury in a league match. You'd get thirty. Five thousand in the faa get sixty thousand and My biggest memory is an biggest atmosphere. That i played in was an fa cup semifinal against mentioned united played at villa park there was sixty thousand there and when we arrived to the ground to hop us one went out onto the pitch. At two o'clock the ground was full. The atmosphere was unbelievable. It was it was. It was meant to be a tough game. Pitches weren't particularly good. It was played on a bumpy pitch but the atmosphere was incredible. It was it was really what everybody wanted to win. And we could. We get to the fun on fortunate. We lost the game two one but it was It was always sticks in my memory will be the atmosphere both hostile and in terms of the just the noise that came out the ground.
Wayne Rooney and Derby County first team to miss FA Cup tie against Chorley
"Fa cup returns this weekend but The magic if you will but dropped to high now. But i know in one show. We talked about the karabakh cop and the magic of the fa cup. We've got nothing to show for. That was actually pretty good but it feels like the fa cup return is a little bit hanging by a thread and look no further right now to darby county. I'm just gonna read here from sky. Sports derby county have confirmed they will send a group of under twenty three and under eighteens to plan the fa cup at surely on saturday following a corona virus outbreak. Which is closed. Their training ground interim manager wayne rooney. His coaching staff and the role of darby's first team squad are set to miss the match because of the outbreak the entire team. We thought what happened. What was going on. Manchester city was problematic. The entire first-team team it's a full. It's the full twenty. Three's that are going to play in. That can and eighteen's under twenty combination of the under twenty. Three's and under eighteen going to play in the cup. Imagine you're early. You thought you were gonna come up against wayne rooney and you're getting the twenty three
Christian Pulisic 1st US man to score in FA Cup final
"Christian Pulisic. All Lord and Savior became the first American man. To School in an FA Cup final in our nation's history. Yes, Kali Loyd. Did do it in the women's FA Cup Final Let's talk about what happened here because a last remaining particle of American self power started ended the move. It was fantastic. Right David Path running right down the middle by. CPI. Definitely playing more centrally in this game and seems to be playing more and more centrally under Franklin. Part just POWs down the middle lays it off, ends up getting it back. With absolutely wonderful layoff from Olivia Giroux. Gorgeous. Gorgeous. But CPI still had so much work to do the replay. It's very read. Things look as good in replay as they do in real time in replay it looks even better the caress of the bull that he had to keep on his boot and that control was just majestic may I'll say a? Couple of things live as your rib is. A multifaceted monitor will cut with a bottle draconian Orion legs yet. Oh, but he's a little say. He's politic's elder brother at this point in the lenny smalls to all boys, George Milton, and soon as bull. Cain to French daddy if he's only going to do one thing which was looked for. Oh boy. With a flake that was not the. Attend love a warp speed. That's why my Christian exploding into that crevice of space very. Really Very Mba like the way he just attacked slither of space I touch instinctually enabling to goes pass Tierney and casually ethically clippings past Martinez before charging off into his now signature the Eastside and say I have become a little numb to the football watch so much drunk at all in. But when that ball flicked into the bucket, an after five minutes I was out of MUSC- bellowing at the TV a Oh, my God name all Ford's after that man that was a big player. Making a big play in a big game in a big moment. David. It wasn't a and he's an American in a Wimbley Cup final to the FA Cup final is not what it was without any doubt but that is still scoring an FA Cup final not many men of school to Golden Fa Cup final and they tend to get remembered that clubs forever. It's a little bit of a new win rather than you lose, but it will be remembered forever that is a huge achievement. It's at despite injury, which is terrible way to end the season. This was a massive. Capital Christian the end of the
Man United's FA Cup Semi-Final Stumble
"The end of the day, sauce made a decision and a left some the cavs out. On the shape of the team. On it's been a front three. That's been operating. and. You mentioned and the Week Against Crystal Palace. Desperate is between the sites and getting the city points hotspot a has got games coming up dead for I was less rest what she he rounded. Everybody's throw, and couldn't on players who by the way looked as if someone had given up at the end, there's no no. The big thing for me is real. Was it explaining goalkeeper in the Cup competitions? And then he left time as well. Walk Walking, he signal we send. Plane must not play strongest team, but I'm not putting megalpolis played in cup competitions I'm going to go back to the hair. Heard another stinker, so it was a real mess for Manchester United. Okay.
Chelsea knock Liverpool out of FA Cup
"Discussion. We've been having with discussions vivid stretch. Everyone just shouting at me over the last couple of days. Liverpool out the FA Cup big deal or not Look I think if you look at some of the teams. He played earlier in the competition. You could see that. This was not a priority for them. The fact of the route. Now I don't think moves the needle much. Think by the end of the season they'll be judged on whether or not they win the Premier League and we cautiously assume they will and and what they can do in the Champions League. Don't you think though alley that they should have? I don't think they should have a stronger song. Eleven out for this game given that they have already won the primarily. I do think there's an opportunity here for for Liverpool to if you're going to rest people you wrestle against born with and I understand the point that you were trying to make their so. I'm thinking if you have an opportunity to advance in a competition which you can win something. Then how about you put your best team in that competition you win the game you advance and then whatever it is that you need to do against permits you do now. What's do what's trying to get to that? Well you build momentum from the game against born well you could have done that with the first team by beating Chelsea and then you don't have to build anything going against me. I think there was a chance here for Liverpool to continue to advance in the competition. You Change your mind. I just can't give you a plausible answers to why he's chosen over overly game I. I'm not entirely sure it is. I think this is crystal clear is not particularly when an FA Cup and going all the way to the final. Thank not it's pretty clear gone. Gap could also be that when he has played best available. Eleven in the last couple of games before this game. They weren't very good and they lost a Wofford weren't good against West Ham and loss to Madrid. And so maybe he simply said what. Why don't you just take a mental break? And as far as resting people they did come off a two week stretch of Rasta winter. Break so I. I think he's probably looking at things. A little differently Chelsea then through to the quarter-finals the FA
Which Liverpool Will Show Up Against Chelsea?
"Chelsea Segment Liverpool tomorrow in the FA Cup Chelsea favorites actually To make it through to the quarter-finals proteins of wobbles of late. Which point of view is interesting? Because you'd imagine that they'll both go strong for this. Well I'm not sure I'm not sure. I actually think that someone digital in this area I think Chelsea my ever sneaky Johnson not because Liverpool were very weekend against wofford which to wear but one hole and two. And I'm only surmising here. You might be thinking about putting all these eggs and not jumping sleep boskin. But that's next week. You know that you know you try. And things like that we can mic on. You seem in. This man are vaccinated. I'm not talking about a player but I'm tired. I'm talking key. Players getting injured rights right. So it don't matter if the game is next week or ten days right not the full to lose money for. Minot already lost had this same delusion. Dale Van Dyke so I wonder whether or not he will make some not wholesale. Make quite a few changes for this game thinkin right. Bremer leaked pretty much the bike. Yes he's leak. You need to get you play a shop playing properly. I'm with Craig. I fully understand of you club. Mix Mix mix change it just because I just explained to me what will intend result against Wofford but even though Liverpool have been winning some of their performances have been great as you spoken about over the last couple of weeks or so of hood that you spoke about the last couple of weeks. So you understand if he wants to change things and maybe give some of keeps the rest at the same time Chelsea. I expect them to go strong. They have been all over the last few weeks really cover year on. Does he give give kept our roads and maybe figure things out with John so I I think this is a big game for Chelsea on you. See that brutally lineups probably result don. I totally agree with shocker. I cannot see Liverpool plains. Strong team looked at a team. They played against shoes being the last round and it was full of teenagers. Harvey Elliott played at Sixteen Chiro. Vela eighteen the oldest player was twenty one. So I can't imagine many of you have big hitters planning this because it's Craig said before you pick up an injury now and even though the chums league is approximately ten days away. You got no chance recovering so you don't play them now you don't play them against former Earth truly you need. I don't think sharpness I think played enough. Games is enough games in their legs to suggest that they are shot. I mean if anything I feel a little bit jaded. I thought you saw that in the performance against Wofford so I think you'll go pretty strong against Balmer. But even then he can rescue strong against former which is closest to the Atlanta game and getting doesn't matter at all I don't of the Premier League's the holy grail formulaic. It's funneling well. We we know the one the primly but young couple still want to get back on the horse of lost one game against Wofford and eastward in the press today saying good teams. Don't lose to the spin so that suggests to me that you know will will play people Adam Alana if he's in one or two others but it I guarantee you it'll be a very very young side against Chelsea then it'll be semi strong against Bournemouth and then he's full-strength side again southbound after the hostages. He can't take any chances. If if Monay for me no you know Van Dyke Allison if any of those pickup injuries in the next couple of games. I mean you'd have to say. The chances of them go through would be slim as the explanation. Divide combine any of them three three x pros plausible explanations of how the changes against Chelsea and make more changes against Baltimore in the League and then he hoped he put his strongest against us led to Madrid. Right that's not rocket science right just because you go there and play all his best players. Don't think Liverpool team right. We'll look at it and go while I think we'll look at it and it will be very much a hybrid. I'll be surprised if not rutland on prediction. I think Chelsea win because I said before the two sides the team in the manager that needs the result. Moawad it's frankly been on a desperate Ron. I come and tight on their game in the beginning against Balmer. They were lucky to get a draw. Fill scored a very company. Easy Chances. Zeljan would've got beaten the game so then not in great form so I would imagine frank logo really really strong and I think young young. Nothing the home side win for the reasons I mentioned. We'll have with changes which I think will come and Chelsea being at home and played some good stuff at home. I'm going to go for that reason. Jesse thanks very much
Chelsea and Tottenham battle to keep their flatlining seasons alive
"Wednesday three o'clock. This is probably the one that you'll be circling for your mid week slate, you be circling Chelsea and Spurs someone is really gonna feel bad about themselves. When this once, I know will it be you. Recent history will tell you. Yeah. Probably the bridge too. Yeah. Typically, not fared well there. Yeah. I wouldn't I wouldn't like to actually call this one. 'cause I'm sure there's a little bit of residuals from the weekend that will impact this game two and boy Tottenham they just they keep getting themselves to the edge, and they just refuse to take that next step. They just can't do it. I don't know what it is got dashed like they did in a year where Burnley has not been Burnley like the, you know, sound defensively nine there were a little bit more resurgent known in the last couple of months. Did you watch any of the Tottenham Burlingame? I only saw highlight because there were two refereeing decisions that came under the microscope in this. It was Mike dean, of course, it was obviously. But there was the one that led to Burnley's first goal when they ruled it out a play on for Tongan gave Burnley corner that was a tough one even on the replay. I mean, it was definitely gone on the Bernie prayers. It was a goal kick. It set here and argue for an hour about handballs on the. That one didn't out on Burnley should be Tommy defend the corner web, though, did you know, no, they didn't. And then the one that like people want to use this as okay, we're even now because Danny rose took the throw in five yards further up field, and where it should have been. No, that's what we're going to start. The way will be like they were agrees of wrong and getting a corner kick off which the opposition scores. Getting that decision wrong and the stealing of yards from throwing which as. Like, there's I don't even know what the rule is. It's just whatever the linesmen referee goes back it. I mean, they're always step stolen north in ever happens from where it should of like booing, Danny rose every time he touch the ball. You throw in faith. The eight you will tell you. What though when I saw Harry Kane and the team sheet, I was like really is this necessary we've seen this before. But then he goes out plays. The goal is scored it not as I touch his second touch was amazing incredible. For just see how he's going to respond to that. No. I I just think with lingered and an and Kane who I am not having a go at medical professionals. I'm just saying what is the Rocher especially to when you're in the Champions League against Bruce Dortmund three-goal advantage or not. I don't care like you got to play your best team for that game. You've got Chelsea mid week, which is more important. I think than Burnley. I don't know. I was I was a little bit surprised to see his name on there. Now, they will have a little bit of a break out of the FA Cup, obviously. But yet I'm trying to just kind of enjoy Tottenham for what it is right now, they're not going to win the league. They're probably still going to like top four is not set in stone, obviously. But I feel good about the seven per China champion grow. No, right. Like one enjoy the. Champions League just in. This is a big win against Chelsea like just enjoy life showing your life as a Spurs. Yeah. Try not to let that Burnley game ruined. My my day it ruined several hours afterwards. But you move on because this season is what it is. And like try to enjoy this
Man City beat Newport to reach FA Cup quarter-finals
"We start with football and Manchester City or through to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup in England after beating full of tears side. Newport county fill Foden score twice city in a four one victory at Rodney parade with LeRoy Zana. Andrea admirers also on the scoresheet. It was comfortable in the end. But all the goals were scored in the second half and the city manager pep Guardiola admits that took a while to get going in the I mean is always difficult to adopt Indies a stadium in this speech is so the throw is throwing this incredible the balls with Martin. They win almost all the balls by the single have we were more after the for me, we we were more and more precise. And we play I think the cycle hub we make we make an incredible performance. Brought in Hove Albion and championship side. Millwall are also through to the last
FA Cup scores, takeaways: Everton stunned with no VAR available; West Ham also falls in fourth round
"After that the West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini said he felt ashamed of his players after that shock four to FA Cup defeat to third tier side AFC Wimbledon Pellegrini, set their opponents clearly wanted to progress more than his team did meanwhile, Everton manager Marco Selva was angry with the lack of a video assistant referee of their surprise three to FA Cup defeat at Millwall Silva beliefs at Millwall second goal would have been ruled out for hand full if the officials have been allowed to
FA Cup Fever
"Rounds through this. It started early. Didn't. It w county that one win the way against Atkins Stanley goal. This between bright and West Brom. Donham caster reiver's one victory over Oldham. Meanwhile, Manchester to city made easy work of Burnley five nil that one finished one one between borough and Newport county what food making eleven changes in game, but beating Newcastle by those and they'll pump one QBR one shows town to wolves to Swansea. They foreign victory of Jillian mill three Evison to inch to AFC Wimbledon four rising Premier League West Ham United.
Soccer: Predictions for Tops Leagues
"All right. I have five predictions that I would put any money on going through them. Number one, arson van Gurley, managing Real Madrid. By the end of the. Season. I love it that amazing. That was a disaster. The Lou Libre thing was a death disaster from when it started their underlying numbers really bad, doesn't seem like he's gonna last. Their vendor has talked about Real Madrid in the past. You know, who else are they gonna hire at this point. So count on that number two. Get ready for the red bull treble as I'm calling it with New York, red bulls, winning the MLS Rb Leipzig who I'm considering part of red bull, even though the club does not like to be called red bull winning the Bundesliga. And Rb Salzburg, winning Europa league. I love that one too. I know I have. I don't have the best reputation for, you know, actually carrying out the bets. But if that happens, Mike Nye or going to one shot, a tall can rebel live on air. I cannot wait for that. I'll I'll say eulogies. Number three, less surprising. Frankie diong and I ex will make a run to the Champions League, semi finals. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, I XE champions. Are they even gonna get out of their their first in their group right now tied Byron. Wow. Okay. Semi-final they've got Totic guys. Legend. Number four. This one pains me Manchester City's gonna win the Premier League Champions League, double the seer. Bets. That's verse jinx shit. I learned from the best put the bay. From the top. City, wait till man, city wins the double not a trouble or could Rupel. I just don't think they're gonna care enough about fake up. Fair point. They are defending care about Cup champions though. Maybe they get the Jack Trevor treble with the character. Treble whomever had the FA Cup Europe or UEFA Cup and Carling Cup shrivel. That was dope. Number five, the soft treble number five. My most most bold.