37 Burst results for "Firm"

Fresh update on "firm" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

The Crypto Overnighter

00:57 min | 10 min ago

Fresh update on "firm" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

"U.S. government. And it fits within benham's agenda of late. He has been pushing for greater regulatory authority for the CFTC for months. And while there's been talk about a power struggle between the SEC and the CFTC, he said that intra agency cooperation between the two agencies is nothing new. In fact, he said that he figures the responsibilities between the two agencies would end up being pretty much the same. And he took the opportunity to talk about one of the things that he feels was a success. One of the few to be found in the whole FTX fiasco. Ledger X, the derivatives wing of the FTX empire. As are derivatives platform, they fall under the purview of the CFTC. And venom called that a successful example of how to regulate. But that's only because the CFTC was regulating them. As benham said, quote, we at the CFTC do not have the legal authority to ask about an unregulated entity. We simply do not have the authority to register cash market exchanges. This is the gap. Now, those cash market exchanges, as he calls it, those are spot market that we're talking about. Now, he sees them as falling in a regulatory gap that because nobody has cleared direct authority over spot exchanges. That is if the tokens exchanged are not securities. The closest we really get is the work done by the CFTC on the derivatives market and the work that the SEC has done ferreting out securities. Senator Kristen gillibrand had some questions for venom. She is the co sponsor of a bill called the responsible financial innovation act. Her co sponsor on that is senator Cynthia lummis. And gillibrand has some concerns. She told venom that there were a couple of risk elements ahead. Mergers and acquisitions, at which point benham had to admit that the paperwork for FTX to acquire ledger X was a notice filing at best. Another concern that she had on that was the interaction between the United States and offshore companies, as well as United States companies operating outside of the country. Which is relevant because it didn't seem like some of the participants were too interested in the distinction between FTX U.S. and FTX dot com. So it's venom's position that the digital commodities consumer protection act would have prevented this. Now, it is certainly true that the D.C. CPA does bend the intermingling of company money and customer money. And it's also true that the DCC PA would have required better governance and better bookkeeping. In fact, he suggests taking another look at the bill to see if it addresses other possible issues. He said quote, given the circumstances of the past few weeks, I think we should take a pause. And look at the Bill and make sure there are no gaps or holes. Where the bill may be strengthened is disclosures around financial information of the entity, the crypto entity, and conflicts of interest. Obviously, an issue that many members have talked about today, given the brazen conflicts that occurred at the non regulated entity. And he is just not happy with the fact that most of the enforcement actions that the CFC takes is initiated in response to tips and whistleblowers. He said it's not healthy. He said that it is his agency's job to spot those problems for themselves. Now, one of chair benham's compatriots also made crypto news. Commissioner Kristen Johnson wants her agency to take steps to safeguard customer assets. This is as the CFTC levee sanctions against one Jeremy Spence. Was known online as coin signals. And it was using that name that he defrauded investors out of $5 million. He was hit with a 42 month prison sentence. And with that as the backdrop, Johnson suggests that the agency should be using their existing powers to tighten up the requirements on keeping customer funds safe. Johnson said that they should make use of the authority that they already have to mitigate risks to customer assets. She characterized her statement as a call to action, in preventing digital asset fraud. She said quote, liquidity crisis and a lack of responsible governance at cryptocurrency exchanges and other prominent crypto intermediaries have roiled the digital asset ecosystem. A series of bankruptcy filings reveals a grim portrait of some of the most egregious corporate governance and risk management failures in recent financial markets history. And like gillibrand, Johnson sees trouble ahead when it comes to mergers and acquisitions. She said quote, as we unravel the tangled web of interconnected financial transactions and relationships among cryptocurrency trading platforms facing liquidity crisis, we should anticipate a season of mergers, acquisitions and consolidation. Now don't go thinking that the CFTC was the only government agency with something to say on FTX. Not by a long shot. Enter Wally adeyemo. He is the deputy Secretary of the Treasury, and like many, it's his position that regulation is needed to protect customers and investors alike, as well as ensure financial stability throughout. He was talking about FTX implosion when he said that this shows the need to work with other countries to form international crypto regulations. This is not a new sentiment. On both sides of the Atlantic, it was made clear how the current regime of regulation just isn't working. Unless you're going to monitor and control your citizens access to the Internet, like China has, there's not much you can do to prevent your people from buying crypto. Now we were just talking about reverse solicitation recently. Micah's laws wouldn't have prevented EU citizens from being burned by FTX. Because EU citizens are free to shop all over the globe for crypto. And so lawmakers and policy analysts alike are looking for a solution to the cross border problem. And secretary adeyemo said that this was needed to protect investors and consumers, but also to prevent crypto from being used for illicit purposes. He said quote, crypto is a global phenomenon. And what that means is that we're going to have to work closely with our international partners to design our regulatory regime in a framework that helps us to make sure that we protect the global economy as we think about innovation like cryptocurrency. And that's going to do it for us tonight. I want to thank you my listeners because when you stop listening, I will stop talking. We'll see you tomorrow night.

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Vivek Ramaswamy: The Work Being Done at Strive Asset Management

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 6 hrs ago

Vivek Ramaswamy: The Work Being Done at Strive Asset Management

"One of the lessons is if you're going to stand for a principle, stand for that principle. You don't have to, you don't have to be everything to everybody. And I think even if you tied to the SPF thing, just die up that discussion for a second. He didn't have to put up the ESG smoke screen. He could have just said he's a crypto exchange and everyone could have just judged him accordingly. My view would strive and with everything I'm working on is that companies should focus exclusively on delivering excellent products and services to their customers for profit without apologizing for it. And without putting on a show. And I think everyone is better off if we can do that. But the problem today is that you have other large financial institutions. Firms like BlackRock, state street, Vanguard, that today are without the permission of their customers using their client's money to advance agendas in corporate America's boardrooms that most of those everyday citizens actually disagree with. And so if you think about some of the parallels here, there are different issues, but there are parallels. Okay, sbf used customer funds to advance personal agendas. In this case, personal financial agendas without disclosing it without getting the permission of the customers. Well, what do you think is happening at other large asset managers like BlackRock on down where they're using their clients funds to vote for social agendas without getting their clients permission without asking their clients that do not advance their best financial interests. There are parallels here that bear mentioned. Charlie, my view is the best answer often to market problems is market solutions rather than just more regulation or government action. In my view, is that if everyday Americans or there's a lot of them, certainly, who don't want to advance political or social agendas with their Capital One sided toxic progressive agendas with their investments. To be able to say that the voting power and the voice you get is a shareholder in America's companies, use it to tell them to focus on products and services to make a profit to get out of politics and not apologize for that.

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Fresh update on "firm" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

The Crypto Overnighter

01:09 min | 17 min ago

Fresh update on "firm" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

"Here, encrypted, it's 10 p.m. Pacific time, my name is nicodemus and welcome back to the crypto overnighter, where we take a nightly look at the crypto NFT and metaverse space, and keep in mind nothing in this show should ever be considered financial advice. It's 10 p.m. Pacific time, December, first, 2020 two. Let's begin. As I said earlier on Twitter today, tonight's podcast will have stories about countries. Stories about commissions and commissioners will have stories about crime, but we won't be covering the criminal's words. He's got enough exposure today. And Twitter is always a good place to find me. Link is in the show notes. But my goodness, we have got to talk about New York. The New York department of financial services put out their proposal for a new regulation. And this would let the agency Bill New York regulated crypto companies for being supervised by them. Now who's just like 8 months ago that the New York Senate first set it up so that the department could charge the firms that they regulate. And to be fair, this only affects companies with a bit license. Now, the requirements to get that license are so high, only 22 companies have ever gotten one. And more than that, it's how that it works with the banks. The companies pay the bills for the regulators. And that's why roston benham, and we're going to get to him later. But that's why Ben and wants crypto brought under the commodities future trading commission. It's for those regulatory fees and the additional hiring authority. So if something like DCC PA is passed, spot markets would fall under the CFTC and they would begin collecting fees. Any time a government agency can increase either their budget or their employee count, they do so. That's what determines status between government agencies. Adrian Harris is the agency's superintendent. And she put out a press release that said money is collected, would let the agency boost its crypto team. Now that, of course, would quote help the department continue protecting consumers and ensuring the safety and soundness of this agency. And so what all this means is that the proposal starts a ten day comment period. And then a 60 day comment period after the draft is posted in the state register. When that 60 days is up, they will publish either a revised proposal or news that the regulation was adopted in its current form. And now Canada. Miners like Canada. And by that, I mean crypto miners. And why not? They've got beautiful landscapes, cheap electricity, and poutine. What's not to like? And Manitoba even more so. At least on the electricity front. Manitoba has the second cheapest rates in the country after Quebec. Unfortunately, for perspective, crypto mining firms, there's bad news for any crypto mining that wants to set up shop in Manitoba. You're too late. At least for the next 18 months or so, because Manitoba instituted an 18 month moratorium on new crypto mining projects. Their concern is that crypto miners are going to find out about all that cheap electricity and all that poutine and flock to Manitoba. They were concerned that that could overwhelm their local power grid. Now remember, the other day we reported that New York's governor Kathy hochul, she signed a two year ban on new proof of work mining operations. Even in Texas, with its wide open land and its electricity rates, they have slowed down the permits for new miners to hook into the network. Cameron Friesen is their finance minister. He is also responsible for their Manitoba hydro utility. And he says that you can't just tell people we're going to build new dams. What that means is there is a shuttering of the grid for new operations for the next 18 months. That said, the 37 existing miners are unaffected by the moratorium. 17 miners have asked to join the grid. They're combined demand would be roughly half the power generation of their new kiosk, generation system. And as it stands, it was projects like kiosk and three that has put Manitoba hydro in debt. Right now, about 40% of their user fees go towards servicing that debt. Now speaking of projects, we got suburb. They're Russia's largest bank and largest lender. Used to go by the name spare bank. It used to be that they weren't tied into the Ethereum blockchain either, but here we are. Because yesterday, spur put out a call to action. Advertising their platform's new capabilities, including smart contracts and apps on the Ethereum network. What this means is that developers can move back and forth between spears proprietary blockchain and public networks like Ethereum. Part of this innovation came about by integrating with meta mask. So spur interacts with meta mask. And then meta mask interacts with Ethereum. Alexander Nam is one of the guys working on the project. He said quote, spirit blockchain lab works closely with external developers and partner companies. And I am glad that our community will be able to run DeFi applications on spares infrastructure. He also said that this feature would help sphere unite with developers, corporations and institutions. Allowing them to work together to find practical business applications of the blockchain. Which is interesting timing, it wasn't all that long, and we covered it, Russian lawmakers were in discussions to amend the laws to allow for a national crypto exchange. Amazingly, this effort is supported by both the ministry of finance, which is relatively crypto friendly and the bank of Russia, which is the Central Bank. So it sucks. In this case, it sucks and it hates crypto. So to see that bit of cooperation between the two organizations was a little surprising. I wonder how much of that has to do with Putin and his call for an open blockchain settlement network. Now that his nation is under sanctions for aggression against Ukraine, it's not surprising that he sees the current situation as unfair. Now recently, he criticized what he sees out of monopoly when it comes to global settlements. And he feels like the west is picking on him. Now the fact is, each nation is free to choose to sanction Russia or not. Not all nations of stencil, and the fact is that most of the financial world has chosen to align itself against Putin. But that's not monopolistic. That's normal. As it currently stands, Russian citizens can not use crypto for payments. That ban went to effect in 2020. CFTC chair rosten venom. I told you we'd get to this guy. Well, he went to the Senate ad committee to talk about FTX. And he set the tone from the beginning in his opening remarks. Quote, invariably, the questions we are all obligated to answer as regulators are, how did you let this happen? And how will you prevent this from happening again? Without new authority for the CFTC, there will remain gaps in a federal regulatory framework, even if other regulators act within their existing authority. At one point, senator Tina Smith said that what happened at FTX was quote shocking, not surprising. She also said that these are the kinds of problems that are going to keep happening unless or until those gaps that he was talking about are taken care of. And for his part, benham said that his agency's rules contain, quote, core elements that have served the market for decades. He also said quote, we know how to do this because as he points out, the security is exchanged commission has the authority to force basic safeguards on the organizations that they regulate. Some of those safeguards are things like the separation of company money and customer money. This is not virgin territory

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Vivek Ramaswamy: Lessons Learned From the FTX Scandal

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 6 hrs ago

Vivek Ramaswamy: Lessons Learned From the FTX Scandal

"There are so many different aspects to this story that I'm still confused about. But I think our time is best spent for you to explain to our audience, how should we think about the FTX scandal? What are the main lessons that we should take away here? So I think there's a couple of lessons, probably top of the list, Charlie, is that this was a guy who put on a do good smoke screen, a virtue signaling smokescreen, donating tens of millions of dollars to the Democratic Party and related causes. Calling for so called responsible regulation of the cryptocurrency sector. A guy who was saying all of the right things that were ESG friendly. Actually, even one ESG rating firms assigned actually FTX a higher score on leadership and governance than they did to ExxonMobil, which is laughable. This is a guy who cultivated the appearance of being a virtuous actor, but was actually just a false prophet in the end. And I'm sad to say Charlie, that is a lesson that the public continues to learn time and again. The people who strive to appear most virtuous. The people who actually tried to put on the virtue signaling smoke screen end up being often the most fraudulent ones in the end. Yes. The CEO of you could say Volkswagen, this reminded me a lot of that, the emissions cheating scandal to a lot of the other fraudsters we've seen. I think it's one of the top takeaways. The other takeaway Charlie is that whether or not it relates to cryptocurrency, a thief is a thief. He took customer funds into a very complicated story and there's a lot of technocratic detail, which we could go into. But if you cut through it all at the end of the day, you have a guy who is entrusted with funds, stole those funds, use them for his own purposes. And that's theft, no matter how you cut it. And so people shouldn't get lost in the complexity to see the basic point that if you trust someone else with your money, they can ultimately run away with it and use it for their own purposes. That's what happened here.

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Bitcoin Custody Firm Casa to Add Ethereum Support

Ethereum Daily

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Bitcoin Custody Firm Casa to Add Ethereum Support

"Gas fees. Bitcoin custody platform Casa announced that it will add support for Ethereum. The integration is expected to launch in January as part of an overhauled version of the app. Casa uses a multi sick approach to cold storage in which users need two out of three signatures to approve a transaction. Casa securely stores one of the keys for users. The multisig approach helps users recover funds in the event that one of the keys is compromised or lost initially, the service will only support Bitcoin and ether with ERC 20 token and NFT integrations to be decided on at a later date. Previously, Casa has been a custody platform focused exclusively on

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JP Morgan Believes Centralized Crypto Exchanges Will Remain Dominant

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:41 min | 2 d ago

JP Morgan Believes Centralized Crypto Exchanges Will Remain Dominant

"We are going to start the show off with a bank report. It's been so long since I've had the chance to troll will with one of these. So here we go. JPMorgan analysts say that centralized crypto exchanges will remain dominant despite FTX is collapsed, which contradicts some crypto native figureheads who predict a shift towards DeFi platforms in the wake of FTX implosion. The analyst cited an absence of a limit order stop loss feature on DEXs dependency on price oracles that source data from centralized exchanges, hacks and exploits as some of the reasoning. Zach, I'm going to kick it off to you for your thoughts on this bank report. Before will foxley dunks on this poor bank analyst and calls him a midwife. I will stand up for this report and I believe that this is right. Humans have a long history of entrusting other people to do complicated things for them. And sometimes being your own bank sucks, and sometimes yield farming out on the wilds of DeFi also sucks. And that's why we saw firms like Celsius and others leverage some of these DeFi protocols to give lazy users some of that sweet, sweet yield. And I think directionally, if that's the argument that's being made here, directionally that point will stand. And I think despite all of the chest dumping that this is DeFi's moment, I think probably those are pretty stiff like stiff human headwinds to overcome, right? That desire for laziness for entrusting others to do things that, you know, can be tricky, especially in crypto with self custody assets.

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Glyn Jones Talks All Things Icebreaker Finance

HASHR8

02:05 min | 2 d ago

Glyn Jones Talks All Things Icebreaker Finance

"We'd start off with icebreaker finance. You guys made some headlines. I think it was two or three months ago now where icebreaker finance worked with maple finance, which is a lender of sorts. I'm going to allow you to explain it to listeners since you're going to be better than that, than I am. Do you guys made some headlines that you were moving to the mi fi sector right when all these mining firms were showing signs of holding distressed assets and interest payments that they were not able to make. So you guys were sort of seeing as maybe the savior coming in the 11th hour that was probably not a fair way of positioning it. But I think that's how a lot of people interpret it at the time. Now we're having you on the show to show you to talk about what you guys are boring against or lending out to people. But I hand it off to you. We'll talk about icebreaker finance maple finance and get a rundown on what those two are and how they interact together. So we earlier this year. And we really launched it with two thoughts in mind. The first is that we are of the view within the team that private credit markets going on chain with complete transparency of where do the capital come from and where is the capital going to on what terms, but with still all of the enforcement that is customary in any kind of commercial land. All of the security perfection, real world assets, collateral, all of that kind of good stuff. We think that's a tremendous opportunity that we're really keen to be a part of. So we're a collection of commercial bankers being in and around the game for a long time. I've spent more than 20 years in the industry, mostly the northern hemisphere. And we formed ice breaker, really, that we want to be part of what we think will be a real sea change in terms of how private credit markets work. And if that's a sort of a macro thesis, then within that question, but where do we want to start the journey? Well, for us, we wanted to start in the Bitcoin mining and digital asset infrastructure provider sector of borrowers that wanted to facilitate movement of capital from lenders to those borrowers and do it all on Jane.

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Crypto Lender BlockFi Declares Bankruptcy Following FTX Collapse

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Crypto Lender BlockFi Declares Bankruptcy Following FTX Collapse

"BlockFi, which was last valued at $4.8 billion, has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as the FTX fallout continues. So in the filing, the crypto firm said it has more than 100,000 creditors with liabilities and assets ranging from one to $10 billion the company also listed an outstanding $275 million loan to FTX U.S. still remember that block 5 based liquidity issues when three AC imploded and it looks like they could not survive another big hit. Well, I'm going to toss this one off to you another crypto firm filing for chapter 11. Yeah, I feel like we need some sort of emoji reactions on the show for all the explosions we've been seeing week after week, FTX is just contagion season. We're going to see more of this. There's a lot of firms that have been tied to FTX. They got loans from FTX. They had accounts on FTX. We're even seeing some reports of some other stuff going on with the hacking. So there's going to be more news about this. BlockFi was definitely a large shoe to drop that some people were expecting because of the credit line that was opened up this summer from FTX to block 5, if you remember, just go back in our time machine a little bit. BlockFi needed some funds after what happened with Tara Luna, three AC, you're looking for someone to help shore up their credit. And even going back further than that, they were fined by the SEC for their involvement in offering an interest bearing account. SEC did not like that, find him a $100 million. If we look inside this chapter 11 bankruptcy filing so far, we even see that BlockFi is still trying to pay that off. I think they owe about $22 million to the SEC still. So this is a huge thing to drop. I think I saw from LinkedIn this morning that they have about 500 employees over a block fight. It's certainly dropped since the summer. I think they did a little bit of a layoff this summer as well, but now they're going to do even deeper layoffs going to chapter 11. Probably just going to keep anyone that is needed to keep the fund or the firm rather structured as they start liquidating assets and giving people money back based on what they need.

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How's Life After Graduation?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:47 min | 3 d ago

How's Life After Graduation?

"So tell me about the other three. Well, before I do that, I just want to make this other point because I think it's important with regard to the obsession my peers have of going into these big fancy firms. Yes. We are the most as Harvard students, we are the most privileged cohort in the country, and that means the world. We, I mean, Harvard has such a vast network of people in many different industries. We have so many resources. Honestly, if you're at Harvard, it's more likely than not that you come from a family that is financially well off. And that to me is all the more damning why those people go into a financial services industry. I have a period Harvard who both of his parents died before college. He grew up in The Bronx. He has to care for his ten year old sister, and he went on to one of these companies because he needed to make really big money off the bat. Totally understand that, I would do the same thing if I were in his position. But most of my friends, Dennis, who go into these lines of work, they're not in that position. They could take a risk. It's not a do or die situation for them. And yet they still go and work it. I'm saying Goldman because that's not where my two friends are working. They go and work in a place like Goldman. Clearly, okay. The other three. The other three, two are unemployed. And the reason if you're unemployed after graduating Harvard, it's your from thank you. Time 51. If you graduate Harvard from, you've really chosen to be unemployed and the 5th one. The 5th one, I'm very proud of her. She moved to a southern state, and she's working at a local newspaper as a crime reporter.

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FTX: Beyond the Headlines With John Berlau

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:30 min | 3 d ago

FTX: Beyond the Headlines With John Berlau

"Quick detour here because you brought this up and I was just reading this this morning. This environmental government issue that we're talking about ASC stuff is there's a lot of concern among Wall Street right now, especially going into directors meetings and elections or directors and some of the rulings that they can't block the groupings of here's the directors that the company is pushing here, the ones that the activist, if you would push, is this something that, again, any sort of branches all from what semi free was doing, is this a concern on or is it just mainly just fear of companies, but is there a real concern that activists and others who are pushing these agendas could get footholds on some of these large boards buying more than others? There is a real concern and it's going to be on top of sarbanes oxley and you know which the rush through after enron, which I've written about and affected earlier and died Frank, it's going to mean less companies go public in the first place or only go public when they're very big and who loses out from that. You know, mom and pop investor. And again, these agendas are going to be at the expense of the financial well-being of Joe and Jane for four-o-one-ks. It was kind of two sides at the same time. They allowed the SEC allowed fraud and an ESG firm to apparent fraud in ESG firm like FTX to faster and they're having their encouraging all these agendas that harm investor return.

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The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

Finance Magnates

03:56 min | Last week

The FCA Proposes 'Synthetic' Dollar LIBOR Rate

"4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The FCA proposes synthetic dollar libor rate. LTP GT the UK possible to our finance magnates dot com's financial conduct authority target quite blank what it caught foresee 8 5 8 5 41 5 zero four four four 8 two one four 8 C 5 5 F 7 one CB two 8 6 one class quarter skin dairy term quote financial conduct authority FC alt tag proposed the publication of a possibility that finance magnates dot com sliver quad target quad blank white it quote 91 70 C 5 5 at four C 9 two B 5 8 6 two 6 7 6 6 two F four F 8 8 one class quarters main term quote till I be all tag settings of the U.S. dollar until the end of September 2024. Announced on Wednesday, the UK financial watchdog is promising to allow the publication of one. Three and 6 months synthetic lebor settings for the U.S. dollar LTP GT LTP GT, the latest announcement of the FCA indicates that the proposed schedule that finance magnates dot com institution out for exquisite west and Atlantis labor bank marked target quad blanquet in all publications of L IB oral tag is at the end of September, 2024 dot LTP GT LTP GT, the FCA, which oversees lebor, scraped the usage of the. Controversial lebow REITs in 2021. Though the publication of most of the lebor REITs for foreign currencies ceased on December 31st, 2021, only some U.S. dollar settings will continue until 30 June 2023 dot LTP GT LTP GT the U.S. dollar synthetic Tahrir coifs without finance magnates dot com to deliver quite target quad blanc what will I be all tank proposal came and lying with the regulatory estimate of 70 trillion of outstanding dollar libor exposures beyond June 2023. The FCA has specified that synthetic rates are that finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cost financial firms to drop synthetic Clyburn bust alternative target quad blank for use in new contractual tag, but are quote intended for use and certain legacy contracts only dotted a temporary deregulator. Came up with the apostle data capables lebor sittings last year in November as a temporary measure. Initially allowed only for Sterling and yen, the synthetic lebor sittings are calculated using a forward looking term version of the relevant risk free rate sun you for Sterling and ton of free yin dot LTP GT LTP GT the three synthetic yen lebor settings will cease at the end of 2022, while the one and 6 month will die ref cops will doubt finance magnates dot com institutional Forex cat a permanently ceased synthetic Sterling Liberum March 2023 quote target called blank world synthetic Sterling lebor settings attack will cease in March. 2023, the three months sitting for synthetic Sterling libor will be allowed until March 2024 settings are only a bridge to appropriate alternative risk free rates, not a permanent solution. As such, market participants should continue to prioritize active transition and focus on converting their legacy contracts to risk free rates as soon as possible, quote the regulator stated dot LTP GT LTP GT the London interbank offered rate lebor was once the most important number in the financial services industry. It measures the cost of unsecured borrowing between banks. However, the reputation of lebor was tainted by the manipulation of its REITs by several banks. Many traders were charged and penalized for their role in this mass Forex market rigging dot LTP GT. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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MicroStrategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20K

Cryptonary

01:30 min | Last week

MicroStrategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20K

"For a.m. Thursday, June 30th, 2022. Micro strategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above $20,000. Michael saylor, the CEO of micro strategy and American company that provides business intelligence, mobile software, and cloud based services revealed via Twitter posts that his firm had once again bought the dip with 480 BTC at an average price of 20,817 per Bitcoin BTC as the market remains bearish. Microstrategy saves the day micro strategy has purchased another 480 BTC and it seems that the crypto community is divided on the same. Peter Schiff, one of the biggest advocates of gold and a huge critic of Bitcoin commented on sailor's post questioning his purchase. Micro strategy has purchased an additional 480 bitcoins for 10.0 million at an average price of 20,817 per Bitcoin. As of 62,822 micro strategy holds 129,699 bitcoins acquired for 3.98 billion at an average price of 30,664 per Bitcoin. 8 17 Michael sailor sailor June 29th, 2022, increasing your stake by less than .004 seems more like an attempt to influence the market by demonstrating your conviction to other. The post micro strategy once again buys the dip as BTC is back above 20 K appeared first on krypton area.

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Sony Patent Shows Firm’s Interest in Blockchain and NFTs

CryptoCurrencyWire

00:44 sec | Last week

Sony Patent Shows Firm’s Interest in Blockchain and NFTs

"5 p.m. Friday, November 18th, 2022 sunny Patton shows firm S interest in blockchain and NFTs. A recently uncovered patent that was filed by Sony in July 2021 shows that the entertainment company has more than a casual interest in blockchain technology and non fungible tokens NFTs. The patent includes diagrams depicting how Sony plans to track whenever digital assets change ownership, how their visual appearance changes, and how the accompanying metadata continue reading Sony patent shows firms interest in blockchain and NFTs. The post Sony patent shows firms interest in blockchain and NFTs appeared first on cryptocurrency wire

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Deloitte: Metaverse Could Add $1.4 Trillion a Year to Asia’s GDP

Bitcoin News Miner

00:43 sec | Last week

Deloitte: Metaverse Could Add $1.4 Trillion a Year to Asia’s GDP

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Deloitte, metaverse could add $1.4 trillion a year to Asia, S GDP. Deloitte estimates the metaverse could add 1.4 trillion to Asia's GDP annually by 2035. Noting that the metaverse market could be as large as 13 trillion by 2030, the global financial services firm said the metaverse is no longer science fiction. Early metaverse platforms are already being used by millions. Deloitte's metaverse study anew. The postal Lloyd metaverse could add 1.4 trillion a year to Asia's GDP appeared first on Bitcoin news minor.

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Ethereum Whales Add $1 Billion in $ETH in a Single Day As ‘Rapid’ Accumulation Continues

CryptoGlobe

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Ethereum Whales Add $1 Billion in $ETH in a Single Day As ‘Rapid’ Accumulation Continues

"1 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Ethereum Wales add $1 billion in dollar ETH in a single day as rapid, accumulation continues. The largest whales on the Ethereum ETH network have added over 1 billion worth of the second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization in a single day as they continue rapidly accumulating the cryptocurrency after its price dropped significantly. According to on chain analytics firm sentiment, wheels with between 10,001 million ETH have added a total

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Deloitte: Metaverse Could Add $1.4 Trillion a Year to Asia’s GDP

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"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Deloitte, metaverse, could add $1.4 trillion a year to Asia, STD, Deloitte estimates the metaverse could add 1.4 trillion to Asia's GDP annually by 2035. Noting that the metaverse market could be as large as 13 trillion by 2030, the global financial services firm said the metaverse is no longer science fiction. Early metaverse platforms are already being used by millions. Deloitte's metaverse study a new

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"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Question, how do financial rules work when Rogan individuals run companies? Answer, not very well. Calls for tougher rules on cryptocurrency have been echoing ever louder through the offices of global financial regulators since the collapse of the FTX exchange. But the firm did not invent dodgy business practices, so what can regulators and the industry do?

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"11 a.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Coin metrics tracks Alameda, S un chain footprint to trace lost funds. Crypto data analytics firm coin metrics traced Alameda's blockchain transactions in an attempt to answer the question on everyone's mind where did the money go in a November 22nd report? The post coin metrics tracks Alameda is on chain footprint to trace lost funds appeared first on unchained podcast.

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"8 p.m. Thursday, September 30th, 2021. Forda. There are no comprehensive runtime security solutions for smart contract systems that is a big problem. When a developer ships a new contract, they get a set of audits done by security firms that identify common issues, run a bunch of tests, and when they feel secure enough, deploy the contract to mainnet and hope. The post forda appeared first on blockchain capital

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Hugh Isn't Buying Sam Bankman-Fried's Mea Culpa Apology

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"Many articles on Sam, bankman free. Sam bankman fried ran FTX as a personal teacher, according to the Financial Times. FTX assets still missing as the firm begins bankruptcy process, according to The New York Times. This, from the Financial Times as well, Sam bankman fried issues a mayor couple letter to former FTX employees, calling them family. We frantically put everything together. It claimed Pierre, the position, it's just this nonsense. It's gobbledygook. I deeply regret my oversight failure. I lost track of the most important things in the commotion of company growth. I don't actually think that's true. Not when you've got a $120 million worth of Bahama pads. Nope, not buying that. You didn't have anything all of a sudden you think it's your money? Nope.

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"firm" Discussed on ESPN FC

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06:20 min | 3 months ago

"firm" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Put a warning on this. This may. This is very, I don't care for this. This may offend some of our U.S. listeners. When Budweiser became the official beer of the FA Premier League, we had a vision. Soccer team. So forget halftime presentations. Let's have monster trucks. Middlesbrough FC. How about Middlesbrough, red and White Sox? And who wants boring nil nil draws? When you can have added time multi ball. But then we thought, nah. So how about you do the football? We'll do the beer. I hate that. I would think any American soccer fan would hear that and cringe at the entire thing. This acknowledgment from this company from Budweiser that Americans know nothing about this sport. And that we want to take it. I mean, look, I know it's all parody. It is parity. Way too seriously, but when I was watching us, oh, no, no, no, stop. Please, please, you're hurting us so badly, but that's from 2005. That's 17 years ago, but still watching it now. It has not aged well. It's not for me. Now, the multi bald thing, I was laughing at that whole idea. You know, just bowl has been pelted at people. And then I a friend of mine Vinny sent me just by happenstance today, sent me a tweet of a game, which is a soccer hybrid which FS two are pushing called men's omega ball championship. Where there's four familiar where there's three goals in a circle, there's three teams playing against each other for the one ball. So like your version of World Cup in the playground. And oh, I did see this. I did see it. What? It's different. Colby Jones was called commented her on this thing. Yeah, I don't know what to say about it. It's different. I thought it would be good, it was. I mean, look, a lot of sports go through these phases. Like I remember in basketball, there was briefly like a trampoline league. Go on YouTube. Yeah. It's wild. So you could have dunks and everything. But like from major dunks. Meetings at the rim between air traffic control dunks. It's like every possession we're going to get something wild happening above the rim. So yes, different leagues go through this where they tinker with stuff and see what's next. I don't put too much money on a mega ball, three teams, all fighting for the same ball, trying to score into the other team's net. Any one of the other teams net. There we go. What's that? Is that it? No, quickly, just to draw attention as if you haven't seen it already. Killing them bappe Gable. He just gave up. There was a breakaway. I think it was either name or Messi at the ball. He's running, he's like, I'm not going to get this. And he stops his run. Well, he looked annoyed that the ball wasn't passed past him and he just stopped him. But I've watched it a couple times. He's not really a past that makes a ton of sense. I don't know what he's expecting. I don't know what's going on with him. It feels like something not so great is happening, but it was just so bad. And then the ball is shot across the goal, and if he continued his Ronnie would have been into the back post. But yeah, that went viral everywhere and it was very, very strange. The bad look for him. Very bad look. I think that team, that whole experiment is not going to finish. I don't care who's coaching them. I think that thing is doomed to fail. Wow, just days. And that was things I saw on the Internet. On the Internet. Oh, you're just getting involved. Oh yeah, I think this is probably more important than any of the ones that you saw on the Internet. The reportedly, we think that the kits for the U.S. men's national team have been leaked. Oh, great. The World Cup. Well, what we saw seemed to have a lot of wet behind it, USMT only, who you adore. Tweeted them out. And then western McKinney got in the mentions. He kind of validated. Validated the report saying, and validated the fact that he didn't like them. They stink. They didn't have the emblazoned on them. Then I saw maybe they're not in the final stage, but I hope there's a better final stage than what was served up in those pictures. If those are it, they stink. They're horrible. If those are at it ain't good. No, it ain't good. You literally would be better if the night before, they tore up an American flag and just re stitched it into a Jersey for every player. I don't know why this is so bleeping difficult. They muddied the waters because they made so many of them and they made so many changes. Like you never knew what the U.S. home kit would be. Can't they just pander to the fans just once? We all want horizontal Reddit the Waldo. The Waldo. We all want it. Just give it to us. Yeah, why not? Everyone wants it. Yeah, and leave that and that's your home Jersey forever. You can do variations on it, but that's it forever. And then go crazy with your away shirt. Go do whatever you want. Well, I don't know about that. They've done that. Put a print to the Golden Girls on the front of it. Wow. Yeah, go get out there. I like where your head is. All TV shows. You know? Bonanza. Like, don't care. Night rider on the front. Don't care. But give them the most people want the world or kid. And it's got a great history. So give it to them. And we'll see, like we said, we don't know, but seeing western McKinney come into the mentions, what did he say? I tried to tell him. I tried to tell him. I warned him or something. By the way, speaking of which, there's also reports that there's going to be some sort of, I don't know if it's a necessarily an all or nothing, but a docuseries following the U.S. men leading up to the World Cup. Yes. Where they're going to have film crews kind of with the players getting ready and things like that. I'm in. You know me, I just said, I love it. Love this stuff. I want to know every one of these guys. Just like Weston mckenney, I'm warning them, let the camera run. Pick up what you pick up, get all the footage. I don't want to have narratives form. I show me everything. I've said how much I love this team and the vibes of this team and the way that I'm so in on it. I

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"firm" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:20 min | 3 months ago

"firm" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Put a warning on this. This may. This is very, I don't care for this. This may offend some of our U.S. listeners. When Budweiser became the official beer of the FA Premier League, we had a vision. Soccer team. So forget halftime presentations. Let's have monster trucks. Middlesbrough FC. How about Middlesbrough, red and White Sox? And who wants boring nil nil draws? When you can have added time multi ball. But then we thought, nah. So how about you do the football? We'll do the beer. I hate that. I would think any American soccer fan would hear that and cringe at the entire thing. This acknowledgment from this company from Budweiser that Americans know nothing about this sport. And that we want to take it. I mean, look, I know it's all parody. It is parity. Way too seriously, but when I was watching us, oh, no, no, no, stop. Please, please, you're hurting us so badly, but that's from 2005. That's 17 years ago, but still watching it now. It has not aged well. It's not for me. Now, the multi bald thing, I was laughing at that whole idea. You know, just bowl has been pelted at people. And then I a friend of mine Vinny sent me just by happenstance today, sent me a tweet of a game, which is a soccer hybrid which FS two are pushing called men's omega ball championship. Where there's four familiar where there's three goals in a circle, there's three teams playing against each other for the one ball. So like your version of World Cup in the playground. And oh, I did see this. I did see it. What? It's different. Colby Jones was called commented her on this thing. Yeah, I don't know what to say about it. It's different. I thought it would be good, it was. I mean, look, a lot of sports go through these phases. Like I remember in basketball, there was briefly like a trampoline league. Go on YouTube. Yeah. It's wild. So you could have dunks and everything. But like from major dunks. Meetings at the rim between air traffic control dunks. It's like every possession we're going to get something wild happening above the rim. So yes, different leagues go through this where they tinker with stuff and see what's next. I don't put too much money on a mega ball, three teams, all fighting for the same ball, trying to score into the other team's net. Any one of the other teams net. There we go. What's that? Is that it? No, quickly, just to draw attention as if you haven't seen it already. Killing them bappe Gable. He just gave up. There was a breakaway. I think it was either name or Messi at the ball. He's running, he's like, I'm not going to get this. And he stops his run. Well, he looked annoyed that the ball wasn't passed past him and he just stopped him. But I've watched it a couple times. He's not really a past that makes a ton of sense. I don't know what he's expecting. I don't know what's going on with him. It feels like something not so great is happening, but it was just so bad. And then the ball is shot across the goal, and if he continued his Ronnie would have been into the back post. But yeah, that went viral everywhere and it was very, very strange. The bad look for him. Very bad look. I think that team, that whole experiment is not going to finish. I don't care who's coaching them. I think that thing is doomed to fail. Wow, just days. And that was things I saw on the Internet. On the Internet. Oh, you're just getting involved. Oh yeah, I think this is probably more important than any of the ones that you saw on the Internet. The reportedly, we think that the kits for the U.S. men's national team have been leaked. Oh, great. The World Cup. Well, what we saw seemed to have a lot of wet behind it, USMT only, who you adore. Tweeted them out. And then western McKinney got in the mentions. He kind of validated. Validated the report saying, and validated the fact that he didn't like them. They stink. They didn't have the emblazoned on them. Then I saw maybe they're not in the final stage, but I hope there's a better final stage than what was served up in those pictures. If those are it, they stink. They're horrible. If those are at it ain't good. No, it ain't good. You literally would be better if the night before, they tore up an American flag and just re stitched it into a Jersey for every player. I don't know why this is so bleeping difficult. They muddied the waters because they made so many of them and they made so many changes. Like you never knew what the U.S. home kit would be. Can't they just pander to the fans just once? We all want horizontal Reddit the Waldo. The Waldo. We all want it. Just give it to us. Yeah, why not? Everyone wants it. Yeah, and leave that and that's your home Jersey forever. You can do variations on it, but that's it forever. And then go crazy with your away shirt. Go do whatever you want. Well, I don't know about that. They've done that. Put a print to the Golden Girls on the front of it. Wow. Yeah, go get out there. I like where your head is. All TV shows. You know? Bonanza. Like, don't care. Night rider on the front. Don't care. But give them the most people want the world or kid. And it's got a great history. So give it to them. And we'll see, like we said, we don't know, but seeing western McKinney come into the mentions, what did he say? I tried to tell him. I tried to tell him. I warned him or something. By the way, speaking of which, there's also reports that there's going to be some sort of, I don't know if it's a necessarily an all or nothing, but a docuseries following the U.S. men leading up to the World Cup. Yes. Where they're going to have film crews kind of with the players getting ready and things like that. I'm in. You know me, I just said, I love it. Love this stuff. I want to know every one of these guys. Just like Weston mckenney, I'm warning them, let the camera run. Pick up what you pick up, get all the footage. I don't want to have narratives form. I show me everything. I've said how much I love this team and the vibes of this team and the way that I'm so in on it. I

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"firm" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"firm" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Season, a ruptured Achilles. Brutal. We might as well hit this right now. We're keeping an eye on you. We were keeping an eye on you. That was nothing short of how to watch on Saturday morning the opening game of the Premier League weekend. Just dire stuff. And as we alluded to with Jack, there may be a possibility that Lampard and jara Canada exist in the same English midfield, and neither can either of them exist in the Premier League. That was bad. But now with this Diego Carlos injury, which is devastated. They now turn to Tyrone mings. Back in the fold. Slighted unnecessarily by Jared I thought. Stripped of the captaincy and then comments were made. You'd wonder about the way Jared's handled that, but no he's going to have to write or die with Tyrone mings, which is an amazing swing around, but that game was that game was brutal and I wouldn't like to see Everton if they lose Antony Gordon to Chelsea Chelsea have made a renewed bid for him of 45 million. I thought I saw that was rejected. It was rejected. They'll go again, I'm sure. I'm not sure that they feels like a lot of money. I'm not sure that they need Anthony Gordon, per se. No. I mean, I would keep Christian pulisic and play him if that's the thing. Well, let's talk about that. Oh, here we go. So there's rumors now of Newcastle showing interest in pulisic. Shortly before we went on and started recording, I saw A.C. Milan, and I think Inter Milan, rumors of them potentially on some sort of loan deal. We've talked about this is now gone on for over a probably about a year. Is this where you launch into an impassioned defense of Christian Pulisic? Well, not necessarily, maybe. I don't know, you'll judge at the end of this, whether it is or is. I was going to go grab a coffee. Go ahead. I'll speak to the people directly. I've wavered on this one over the last couple of years, but I think I'm now kind of, I think I've moved firmly to the side of wanting him to go. I do think that it's time. Partially because of playing time, you know, I want him to go somewhere and get minutes, but also partially because even if he was playing weekend week out, like, I don't know if we're going to ever get the best version of pulisic playing into Google's system. And I don't see, I already hear Chelsea fans misinterpreting this. This is not necessarily a knock on Tuchel. He has a style. It's proven to be successful. He's won a frigging Champions League with it. So who am I to sit here and say? Indeed. Do it differently. It's not necessarily what I'm saying. But I'm saying if you're interest is a player of that position, this may not be the club where you want him to be. Like, is it a coincidence that so many expensive, highly thought of attacking players have come through this club in recent years and have been considered disappointments? Were they all bad? Are they all bad? They can all be bad. They can't all be bad. So one of the Twitter follows JJ that we really enjoy MLS buzz. Speak for yourself. Love the work that MLS buzz does. A deep dive on this one that I found interesting. So I'll break it down quickly for you, but he kind of looks at the way that Liverpool's attackers were used last season and the way Chelsea's attackers were used last season. And I understand that Liverpool's numbers are going to be higher because of the way they play versus Chelsea, but the point is just to illuminate the idea that a top three club with high profile attackers. It can be different than how Chelsea chooses. Okay. So in just looking at it, a number of times targeted with a past per 90 minutes. All four of Liverpool's primary attackers were in the top 15 in their squad. While Chelsea only had one player in the top 15 and that player was Kai Havertz and he would have been 17th in Liverpool. Kante, Marcus Alonso, Ben Chilwell, Rhys James, all average more touches in the final third than politic and the other Chelsea attackers. Right. Christian Pulisic, and most other attackers in the, he says you're politic average 25 touches per match in the attacking third. Rhys James averages 40. And he closes by saying Christian Pulisic and most other attackers in the modern game is at his best when he's allowed to get the ball in space and playing at a tempo that is conducive to putting attackers and spots to attack. That's not Chelsea and it won't be. Like that's the point here is that like that's just not that's not too cool system. He wants to use overlapping full backs to be like the focal point of the attack. And it's not going to be look at the race James goal at the weekend as well. How high he found himself. Right. And look, that was also on a quick counter on a giveaway. But the point is, they're attack is not necessarily going to be focused on their on their strikers. And so these guys just don't see enough of the ball, and they've all become convenient punching bags, whether it was pulisic at first, then it was Lukaku. Now it's Kai Havertz. It was Timo Werner all along. That just can't be a coincidence. It's the way that they play and these high priced attackers are not going to thrive at that club. The club still might thrive as we saw over the weekend. They could still be great, but it's not necessarily going to be because of their attacking players. They find other ways to do it. They're stingy and defense, not running the Champions League. That was all because of their defending. Right. They were not conceding goals. So if you are a fan of an individual player who is of that position, to me, I've kind of seen enough, and I've seen another guy, other guys go through there. It doesn't work. I don't think it's going to work for him. So just don't. Have you replaced a mind, a landing spot? I mean, not necessarily, I guess if it was Newcastle, okay? Well, watching Newcastle at the weekend, maybe they could use it. They could maybe use it. But yeah, that would be interesting. I mean, I don't know if he were to go off to Italy. To one of those teams, maybe play prominent role in the champions league. I don't know, I don't know. But it just doesn't feel like it's going to be there. And even if he gets his run of games through injury or too cool, I don't know, pulisic and training somehow restoring to equals faith. In him, I still don't think that that's the answer. I just think when he's playing for that club, the opportunities are just too few and far between. I think he's still going to be there unless they can bring someone else in. Basically, I know that sounds very basic and simple, but you might have to resign yourself to that fact. Again, not necessarily a knock on Chelsea. Just it's just how they play. We'll do a quick mailbag Andrew. Oh, okay. You don't want to do one? Did I say that? Okay. I said, oh, okay. Oh, are you done talking about politic? I am done, yeah. Just wanted to be sure. Oh my God. No, I don't mean it like that. I didn't want to be hurrying you along. I'm done. Okay. What's in your precious mailbox? I created a atmosphere and Charlie Brady kicks us off. There's only two in the middle bikes on. What do you guys think? Were they on strike? There was more, but we've covered them. So I don't want to be repeating. I saw there was a question about Brandon Vasquez. I did a whole thing on him last week. Yeah. So Charlie Brady, what do you guys think about Arlo white becoming the newly commentator for the live golf tournament and signing on? Well, he's already signed on with the Chicago fire. So we don't know, and Arlo hasn't said exactly how it went down. Did NBC ask him to leave

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"firm" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"firm" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Season, a ruptured Achilles. Brutal. We might as well hit this right now. We're keeping an eye on you. We were keeping an eye on you. That was nothing short of how to watch on Saturday morning the opening game of the Premier League weekend. Just dire stuff. And as we alluded to with Jack, there may be a possibility that Lampard and jara Canada exist in the same English midfield, and neither can either of them exist in the Premier League. That was bad. But now with this Diego Carlos injury, which is devastated. They now turn to Tyrone mings. Back in the fold. Slighted unnecessarily by Jared I thought. Stripped of the captaincy and then comments were made. You'd wonder about the way Jared's handled that, but no he's going to have to write or die with Tyrone mings, which is an amazing swing around, but that game was that game was brutal and I wouldn't like to see Everton if they lose Antony Gordon to Chelsea Chelsea have made a renewed bid for him of 45 million. I thought I saw that was rejected. It was rejected. They'll go again, I'm sure. I'm not sure that they feels like a lot of money. I'm not sure that they need Anthony Gordon, per se. No. I mean, I would keep Christian pulisic and play him if that's the thing. Well, let's talk about that. Oh, here we go. So there's rumors now of Newcastle showing interest in pulisic. Shortly before we went on and started recording, I saw A.C. Milan, and I think Inter Milan, rumors of them potentially on some sort of loan deal. We've talked about this is now gone on for over a probably about a year. Is this where you launch into an impassioned defense of Christian Pulisic? Well, not necessarily, maybe. I don't know, you'll judge at the end of this, whether it is or is. I was going to go grab a coffee. Go ahead. I'll speak to the people directly. I've wavered on this one over the last couple of years, but I think I'm now kind of, I think I've moved firmly to the side of wanting him to go. I do think that it's time. Partially because of playing time, you know, I want him to go somewhere and get minutes, but also partially because even if he was playing weekend week out, like, I don't know if we're going to ever get the best version of pulisic playing into Google's system. And I don't see, I already hear Chelsea fans misinterpreting this. This is not necessarily a knock on Tuchel. He has a style. It's proven to be successful. He's won a frigging Champions League with it. So who am I to sit here and say? Indeed. Do it differently. It's not necessarily what I'm saying. But I'm saying if you're interest is a player of that position, this may not be the club where you want him to be. Like, is it a coincidence that so many expensive, highly thought of attacking players have come through this club in recent years and have been considered disappointments? Were they all bad? Are they all bad? They can all be bad. They can't all be bad. So one of the Twitter follows JJ that we really enjoy MLS buzz. Speak for yourself. Love the work that MLS buzz does. A deep dive on this one that I found interesting. So I'll break it down quickly for you, but he kind of looks at the way that Liverpool's attackers were used last season and the way Chelsea's attackers were used last season. And I understand that Liverpool's numbers are going to be higher because of the way they play versus Chelsea, but the point is just to illuminate the idea that a top three club with high profile attackers. It can be different than how Chelsea chooses. Okay. So in just looking at it, a number of times targeted with a past per 90 minutes. All four of Liverpool's primary attackers were in the top 15 in their squad. While Chelsea only had one player in the top 15 and that player was Kai Havertz and he would have been 17th in Liverpool. Kante, Marcus Alonso, Ben Chilwell, Rhys James, all average more touches in the final third than politic and the other Chelsea attackers. Right. Christian Pulisic, and most other attackers in the, he says you're politic average 25 touches per match in the attacking third. Rhys James averages 40. And he closes by saying Christian Pulisic and most other attackers in the modern game is at his best when he's allowed to get the ball in space and playing at a tempo that is conducive to putting attackers and spots to attack. That's not Chelsea and it won't be. Like that's the point here is that like that's just not that's not too cool system. He wants to use overlapping full backs to be like the focal point of the attack. And it's not going to be look at the race James goal at the weekend as well. How high he found himself. Right. And look, that was also on a quick counter on a giveaway. But the point is, they're attack is not necessarily going to be focused on their on their strikers. And so these guys just don't see enough of the ball, and they've all become convenient punching bags, whether it was pulisic at first, then it was Lukaku. Now it's Kai Havertz. It was Timo Werner all along. That just can't be a coincidence. It's the way that they play and these high priced attackers are not going to thrive at that club. The club still might thrive as we saw over the weekend. They could still be great, but it's not necessarily going to be because of their attacking players. They find other ways to do it. They're stingy and defense, not running the Champions League. That was all because of their defending. Right. They were not conceding goals. So if you are a fan of an individual player who is of that position, to me, I've kind of seen enough, and I've seen another guy, other guys go through there. It doesn't work. I don't think it's going to work for him. So just don't. Have you replaced a mind, a landing spot? I mean, not necessarily, I guess if it was Newcastle, okay? Well, watching Newcastle at the weekend, maybe they could use it. They could maybe use it. But yeah, that would be interesting. I mean, I don't know if he were to go off to Italy. To one of those teams, maybe play prominent role in the champions league. I don't know, I don't know. But it just doesn't feel like it's going to be there. And even if he gets his run of games through injury or too cool, I don't know, pulisic and training somehow restoring to equals faith. In him, I still don't think that that's the answer. I just think when he's playing for that club, the opportunities are just too few and far between. I think he's still going to be there unless they can bring someone else in. Basically, I know that sounds very basic and simple, but you might have to resign yourself to that fact. Again, not necessarily a knock on Chelsea. Just it's just how they play. We'll do a quick mailbag Andrew. Oh, okay. You don't want to do one? Did I say that? Okay. I said, oh, okay. Oh, are you done talking about politic? I am done, yeah. Just wanted to be sure. Oh my God. No, I don't mean it like that. I didn't want to be hurrying you along. I'm done. Okay. What's in your precious mailbox? I created a atmosphere and Charlie Brady kicks us off. There's only two in the middle bikes on. What do you guys think? Were they on strike? There was more, but we've covered them. So I don't want to be repeating. I saw there was a question about Brandon Vasquez. I did a whole thing on him last week. Yeah. So Charlie Brady, what do you guys think about Arlo white becoming the newly commentator for the live golf tournament and signing on? Well, he's already signed on with the Chicago fire. So we don't know, and Arlo hasn't said exactly how it went down. Did NBC ask him to leave

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ESPN FC

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"firm" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah had chances, big chances noon is a two really good chances. And they didn't score. Would they have like 17 shots in the first half? Yeah. I mean, the XG was pretty much in their favor. And palace pounced on their one opportunity. Not Philips who I didn't think Joe Gorman should have started, but that Phillips gets caught out and Virgil van DIJK for some reason doesn't read the danger that if Zaha goes past him, he's in brilliant finish from Zaha and then I thought the red after the red carrier thought Liverpool were excellent. The Diaz goal was just superb. I never pull fought so hard that I actually do agree with clot that it was a good point. It was a good point in the end. Don't forget Zaha hit the outside of the post on a breakaway, but Liverpool went for the game with ten men, which I think is a good sign of any team. But to be to give to drop that many points, four points already, I guess a team like Manchester City and the bigger tighter race is not good. And you know which way it's going, even if the report will pick it up and start winning games. There's no sign that city won't, I mean, they're destruction of born that should send shivers down your spine. Even with, I mean, Holland was an irrelevance. I know he got an assist in that game, but he only had 8 touches for the game. And they still blow them over the water. Did Brian's gore was. Sensationally. But going back to Darwin Nunez, again, just stupidity of it. He could have been sent off before that. Now Anderson is jostling with him as every center back does with every tall center forward. This was all game. There's a great compilation. I've seen it. Yeah, but right before Andrew, Nunez is trying to throw his head into him. I'm sorry. He just is. And Anderson, where the boy breaks down, comes out and gives him the waggy finger and pushing him like, what the F are you doing, pile? And he turns on and headbutts him. Making this up. You can call Anderson an S House. You can call them whatever you want, but the trying to make a villain out of them in this scenario when it was just naive stupidity from Darwin unions. And he says, he says in the wake of this, he's been receiving death threats. The police have been involved. Yeah, I saw it in the Liverpool echo today. People are just a bunch of knobs. It's just so frustrating. So frustrating. But look, I think a point the crisis club Derby, Liverpool versus Manchester United on Monday. It's one of the crazy things about that game is like, I don't expect united to win, but if they do, the way that the narrative could change, they will Liverpool by a point. I'm always nervous going into those games. Always. It doesn't matter, even last season when we put 9 past them over two games and they didn't score once, but the way I Liverpool are playing, they should still be confident going into that that they can put in the performance. Now, there's this midfield. Clap talked about a witch coming over the club. They were missing so many players. And they will have to figure, they'll have to tape together some kind of a striker Andrew for Monday's game. But look, two draws, not ideal, not ideal against that opposition, but I'm not losing my S over it. No, but it's not. Like we talked about Jack. We view them as the competitor. They are the contender. Maybe it's a responsible for us having a title race in this league. You see 37, 38 year old James Milner out there and you're like, God bless him. The relentlessness of the last few years he's born down to a knob. He's forgotten to shave. A couple of Premier League injuries of note, we were just talking about Diego Carlos. He's probably done for the season, a ruptured Achilles. Brutal. We might as well hit this right now.

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03:52 min | 3 months ago

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"And Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah had chances, big chances noon is a two really good chances. And they didn't score. Would they have like 17 shots in the first half? Yeah. I mean, the XG was pretty much in their favor. And palace pounced on their one opportunity. Not Philips who I didn't think Joe Gorman should have started, but that Phillips gets caught out and Virgil van DIJK for some reason doesn't read the danger that if Zaha goes past him, he's in brilliant finish from Zaha and then I thought the red after the red carrier thought Liverpool were excellent. The Diaz goal was just superb. I never pull fought so hard that I actually do agree with clot that it was a good point. It was a good point in the end. Don't forget Zaha hit the outside of the post on a breakaway, but Liverpool went for the game with ten men, which I think is a good sign of any team. But to be to give to drop that many points, four points already, I guess a team like Manchester City and the bigger tighter race is not good. And you know which way it's going, even if the report will pick it up and start winning games. There's no sign that city won't, I mean, they're destruction of born that should send shivers down your spine. Even with, I mean, Holland was an irrelevance. I know he got an assist in that game, but he only had 8 touches for the game. And they still blow them over the water. Did Brian's gore was. Sensationally. But going back to Darwin Nunez, again, just stupidity of it. He could have been sent off before that. Now Anderson is jostling with him as every center back does with every tall center forward. This was all game. There's a great compilation. I've seen it. Yeah, but right before Andrew, Nunez is trying to throw his head into him. I'm sorry. He just is. And Anderson, where the boy breaks down, comes out and gives him the waggy finger and pushing him like, what the F are you doing, pile? And he turns on and headbutts him. Making this up. You can call Anderson an S House. You can call them whatever you want, but the trying to make a villain out of them in this scenario when it was just naive stupidity from Darwin unions. And he says, he says in the wake of this, he's been receiving death threats. The police have been involved. Yeah, I saw it in the Liverpool echo today. People are just a bunch of knobs. It's just so frustrating. So frustrating. But look, I think a point the crisis club Derby, Liverpool versus Manchester United on Monday. It's one of the crazy things about that game is like, I don't expect united to win, but if they do, the way that the narrative could change, they will Liverpool by a point. I'm always nervous going into those games. Always. It doesn't matter, even last season when we put 9 past them over two games and they didn't score once, but the way I Liverpool are playing, they should still be confident going into that that they can put in the performance. Now, there's this midfield. Clap talked about a witch coming over the club. They were missing so many players. And they will have to figure, they'll have to tape together some kind of a striker Andrew for Monday's game. But look, two draws, not ideal, not ideal against that opposition, but I'm not losing my S over it. No, but it's not. Like we talked about Jack. We view them as the competitor. They are the contender. Maybe it's a responsible for us having a title race in this league. You see 37, 38 year old James Milner out there and you're like, God bless him. The relentlessness of the last few years he's born down to a knob. He's forgotten to shave. A couple of Premier League injuries of note, we were just talking about Diego Carlos. He's probably done for the season, a ruptured Achilles. Brutal. We might as well hit this right now.

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07:15 min | 3 months ago

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"It was it was a big disappointment, but given given the first in the previous two years when it became a last year was a big achievement. It was a big step in the right direction. The best points total in ages. And now I think they've added, I mean, government Jesus is a transformational sign. I think he's already proven how good he's going to be. Things in chain codes are great player as well. So I look, I don't do I think they're going to be as good a city. No, obviously not, but I think they've got to given how close they came to fourth last year and given how they will obviously be better this year. There's no reason they can't be around third and fourth this season. I don't really know how Liverpool Tottenham and Chelsea are going to shake out. But I think it's certainly plausible that arsenal can get top four. Jack, I was going to ask you about Lampard and Jared surviving in the same league together. But I think we'll pack that one for now. Yeah, I don't know what's going to happen now. I feel like I don't really have much we've eaten how good those teams are. I think both of them is a huge variance in terms of, I think, maybe sometimes you watch Bill and you think, oh wow, these guys are good. They can be like 7. And sometimes you watch this. It's a complete disaster. So yeah, I'm not going to be like, ultimately, I think my birthday up. Yeah, the weekend's game was not good. It was one of those that reminded you however much hype there is around this league, there are still games that will utterly bore you and that was one of them. Yeah, I also think to be fair, the weather probably didn't help because those are two certainly Everton and probably also villa. Do they need to be playing at 200 miles an hour to be any goods? And if you did good to do in a 36° outside, so maybe that didn't help them. But yeah, I don't know how watchable anniversary will be this year. Well, good stuff, Jack, you can read them, of course, at the athletic here I'm on the view from the lane podcast also on Twitter at Jack Pitt Brooke. Thanks a lot, man. Appreciate it. Thanks so much for having me. Our thanks to Jack Pitt, Brooke, enjoyed that. Enjoyed that very much. He's great. Last bit for me, we were talking there earlier and with him about Christian Romero. You know what? Watching him makes me think of. When Marino came to spurs and he had his first few training sessions. Do you remember the thing that he would say about them? He'd say this, we're too nice. Too nice. Too nice. And the documentary, I think he said we need to be. It wasn't that something. But whatever it was, it was his point was that they're too nice. And they were like, in the moment, I was like, well, I mean, lamella is kind of that guy, but like looking back on it now, he didn't play enough to really have that kind of impact. Well, I think dyer has that in him, but not all the time. Sometimes he's too nice too. Hoiberg has it in him. I think he has it in him, but I think Romero is a Marino player. I think that's who Josie Marino was talking about when he's talking about, we need to be that kind of mean. That's what he's that's what he's referring to. Rafael. Rafa Nadal had an uncle. Who I can't remember his first name, but they just called him Nadal. And he was the butcher, and he played alongside Fernando hierro, and they were just a hired man. In a time when you could be the tackles were crazy. But they never really or I don't remember them going into their kind of stuff that Romero does, the more pantomime villainy stuff, they were just hard. And that's why it was sent to you earlier. I think you can be that really tough defender without taking on some of the other characteristics. But he's still young. He'll figure out he will with a couple of suspensions. Learn the hard way most likely. Let's get into some of the other stuff. We talked to Jack about something that we obviously want to give our thoughts as well. We'll start with Manchester United. Like you said, I mean, you referred to it as their lowest point since when you say 1989. Since probably since 89, the 5 nil against city, but that's worse because city weren't good then either. The relegation. The relegations that in the early 70s stands alone, obviously, I don't think that's comparable. Yeah, four goals in 45 minutes. 35. Sorry, 35 minutes. Just stunningly bad. I do think the manager has to take some blame in the way he set up the site. Like if you take out Scott Tommy, you leave Fred and you're asking Christian Eriksen who I don't think has it in him to do that deeper lying role. I guess not. I'll take the L there because I mean, I had said no by talking about Ericsson a couple weeks ago. I never I think he can I've seen him be versatile in all the midfield roles. I never thought from what you were saying. I never deduced that you meant he was going to be like a screening. Well, no, he's not. He's not an I didn't think so either. But you know what? It's funny when you're a team that's low on confidence. And your team that's a real tough spot. How it's like dominoes. If one thing goes wrong, everything goes wrong. So the first goal, it's like Ronaldo gets pressed. And he falls over. I am slain, and he stays on the ground, you know? But like Brentford straightaway and you, these guys are soft. We can press them, we can win the ball back. And they win it back. And here obviously should save that. There's no excuses, but if I was given one, maybe there's no excuse. There's no excuse for it. So that goes wrong. And the next thing you know to hear makes the ridiculous decision, that he can see the whole field. Don't play that pass into Christian Eriksen insanity. It's crazy. And he does it, and then it's tuna. And then it's all over. Like it's like the domino for everything is just collapsed. The House of Cards. And I'm not saying that, oh, well, if those goals hadn't gone in united would have been much better, clearly they're not that good of a team. It still would have been a slog. And by the way, Liverpool found Brentford away a tough slog at exactly the same point last season. So we should give Brentford some credit for having their homework done. But united were willing accomplices in this absolute catastrophe. There's a lot to be worried about with united. Oh my God. And over the coming weeks, I'm sure we'll get to what's many of those things are, but I'm glad you mentioned deja, because when you've, when you're in a situation like united is in, like, there's enough there to be worried about in terms of getting the attack going and setting up a defense and trying to figure out how ten hug wants to set up his midfield. You don't need your quote unquote reliable keeper just handing goals away. He was bad the first week of the season. And then I'm glad that you mentioned, I mean, look, the first one speaks for itself. We don't need to say anything about it. It was horrifying. The second one, though, like, I feel like people will look at that and say, what is Erickson doing? No. No. Why? Why is he getting the ball there? I'm gladly Dixon called it out straight away on the broadcast. He says, what is deja doing playing him that he can see everything.

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07:15 min | 3 months ago

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"It was it was a big disappointment, but given given the first in the previous two years when it became a last year was a big achievement. It was a big step in the right direction. The best points total in ages. And now I think they've added, I mean, government Jesus is a transformational sign. I think he's already proven how good he's going to be. Things in chain codes are great player as well. So I look, I don't do I think they're going to be as good a city. No, obviously not, but I think they've got to given how close they came to fourth last year and given how they will obviously be better this year. There's no reason they can't be around third and fourth this season. I don't really know how Liverpool Tottenham and Chelsea are going to shake out. But I think it's certainly plausible that arsenal can get top four. Jack, I was going to ask you about Lampard and Jared surviving in the same league together. But I think we'll pack that one for now. Yeah, I don't know what's going to happen now. I feel like I don't really have much we've eaten how good those teams are. I think both of them is a huge variance in terms of, I think, maybe sometimes you watch Bill and you think, oh wow, these guys are good. They can be like 7. And sometimes you watch this. It's a complete disaster. So yeah, I'm not going to be like, ultimately, I think my birthday up. Yeah, the weekend's game was not good. It was one of those that reminded you however much hype there is around this league, there are still games that will utterly bore you and that was one of them. Yeah, I also think to be fair, the weather probably didn't help because those are two certainly Everton and probably also villa. Do they need to be playing at 200 miles an hour to be any goods? And if you did good to do in a 36° outside, so maybe that didn't help them. But yeah, I don't know how watchable anniversary will be this year. Well, good stuff, Jack, you can read them, of course, at the athletic here I'm on the view from the lane podcast also on Twitter at Jack Pitt Brooke. Thanks a lot, man. Appreciate it. Thanks so much for having me. Our thanks to Jack Pitt, Brooke, enjoyed that. Enjoyed that very much. He's great. Last bit for me, we were talking there earlier and with him about Christian Romero. You know what? Watching him makes me think of. When Marino came to spurs and he had his first few training sessions. Do you remember the thing that he would say about them? He'd say this, we're too nice. Too nice. Too nice. And the documentary, I think he said we need to be. It wasn't that something. But whatever it was, it was his point was that they're too nice. And they were like, in the moment, I was like, well, I mean, lamella is kind of that guy, but like looking back on it now, he didn't play enough to really have that kind of impact. Well, I think dyer has that in him, but not all the time. Sometimes he's too nice too. Hoiberg has it in him. I think he has it in him, but I think Romero is a Marino player. I think that's who Josie Marino was talking about when he's talking about, we need to be that kind of mean. That's what he's that's what he's referring to. Rafael. Rafa Nadal had an uncle. Who I can't remember his first name, but they just called him Nadal. And he was the butcher, and he played alongside Fernando hierro, and they were just a hired man. In a time when you could be the tackles were crazy. But they never really or I don't remember them going into their kind of stuff that Romero does, the more pantomime villainy stuff, they were just hard. And that's why it was sent to you earlier. I think you can be that really tough defender without taking on some of the other characteristics. But he's still young. He'll figure out he will with a couple of suspensions. Learn the hard way most likely. Let's get into some of the other stuff. We talked to Jack about something that we obviously want to give our thoughts as well. We'll start with Manchester United. Like you said, I mean, you referred to it as their lowest point since when you say 1989. Since probably since 89, the 5 nil against city, but that's worse because city weren't good then either. The relegation. The relegations that in the early 70s stands alone, obviously, I don't think that's comparable. Yeah, four goals in 45 minutes. 35. Sorry, 35 minutes. Just stunningly bad. I do think the manager has to take some blame in the way he set up the site. Like if you take out Scott Tommy, you leave Fred and you're asking Christian Eriksen who I don't think has it in him to do that deeper lying role. I guess not. I'll take the L there because I mean, I had said no by talking about Ericsson a couple weeks ago. I never I think he can I've seen him be versatile in all the midfield roles. I never thought from what you were saying. I never deduced that you meant he was going to be like a screening. Well, no, he's not. He's not an I didn't think so either. But you know what? It's funny when you're a team that's low on confidence. And your team that's a real tough spot. How it's like dominoes. If one thing goes wrong, everything goes wrong. So the first goal, it's like Ronaldo gets pressed. And he falls over. I am slain, and he stays on the ground, you know? But like Brentford straightaway and you, these guys are soft. We can press them, we can win the ball back. And they win it back. And here obviously should save that. There's no excuses, but if I was given one, maybe there's no excuse. There's no excuse for it. So that goes wrong. And the next thing you know to hear makes the ridiculous decision, that he can see the whole field. Don't play that pass into Christian Eriksen insanity. It's crazy. And he does it, and then it's tuna. And then it's all over. Like it's like the domino for everything is just collapsed. The House of Cards. And I'm not saying that, oh, well, if those goals hadn't gone in united would have been much better, clearly they're not that good of a team. It still would have been a slog. And by the way, Liverpool found Brentford away a tough slog at exactly the same point last season. So we should give Brentford some credit for having their homework done. But united were willing accomplices in this absolute catastrophe. There's a lot to be worried about with united. Oh my God. And over the coming weeks, I'm sure we'll get to what's many of those things are, but I'm glad you mentioned deja, because when you've, when you're in a situation like united is in, like, there's enough there to be worried about in terms of getting the attack going and setting up a defense and trying to figure out how ten hug wants to set up his midfield. You don't need your quote unquote reliable keeper just handing goals away. He was bad the first week of the season. And then I'm glad that you mentioned, I mean, look, the first one speaks for itself. We don't need to say anything about it. It was horrifying. The second one, though, like, I feel like people will look at that and say, what is Erickson doing? No. No. Why? Why is he getting the ball there? I'm gladly Dixon called it out straight away on the broadcast. He says, what is deja doing playing him that he can see everything.

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08:23 min | 3 months ago

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"That sort of player? What is the bad? Is there a line? This is the great question about Christian Romero, isn't it? Is he, is he reckless, or is he just a violent genius who is so clever in what he does that somehow it isn't reckless. I mean, I think he could have got sent off in both the Tottenham game so far this year. There was a tack on Oreo rommy in the first game, which I thought could have been a red car. Pulling mark the corella's hair was definitely could have been a red card. And yet he keeps getting away with it. I think the line, the line is really set by the referees more than anything else. And I fear that Romero will get a reputation and referees will want to send him off, and they will send him off. And then all of a sudden, people who are so far have been saying, oh, he's brilliant, isn't he? The way he plays on the line. As soon as he gets himself sent up, he'll be like, I want an idiot, Romero, after three games are going to play down to Sanchez. You cost Tottenham the title. So but you know, football analysis being what it is, nobody will say that until the point in which he sends off. And then everyone will change their minds. So it's really ultimately I think down to the referees and down to any of them or any of them currently failing. This bloke isn't going to get away with it on my watch next week. I'm going to be the man. I'm going to be the man brave enough to send off the great Christiana Romero. Which I fear is something that will happen soon, but let's wait and see. Jack, just on the referees there. This game was was interesting for a few points. I guess the use or non use of VAR and a crucial decision involving cucurella and Romero, but also a general kind of let it go, let it flow, let everything happen. That we seem to see introduced last year and everybody's talking this year about this high bar in terms of using var. It is refereeing in a crisis and are the guys who signed the petition to have Anthony Taylor banned from refereeing have they got a point? And the easiest bit of that to answer is no, the guys who set up a petition against the Taylor are idiots. Just as are the fans who say that Paul Tierney shouldn't be allowed to referee Liverpool games. I find the obsession with individual referees to be. Bizarre. I can't believe that people think this is an interesting thing to talk about. And yet here we are. In terms of VAR, well, I'm actually, I actually support the direction BARs gone in, which is just that they are is now basically something which does not try to re referee the game. But only to try to correct very bad mistakes in the referee. Clearly that means it corrects your mistakes, but I think it does give it does return some authority to the on field referee. So I think that's probably a good thing. Let it flow, I think, is harder to judge, like, clearly this is a huge, a big talking point. And I think that this really dates back to the Euro's last summer. A lot of stuff was allowed to go. And I think there's a bit of an attitude in English football, which is that we can't have, we can't have Europeans football, allowing more physicality, masculinity than English football. Can we? So all of a sudden, English football decides that it has to be a bit more liberal on this kind of stuff than the New York. Is it a good or a bad thing? I mean, you do want to see a fast paced game and you don't want to see a lot of stoppages. Obviously the same time, you want to see a lot of technical skill and English football one of the big stories of English football in the last 30 years has been the conditions the conditions being introduced to allow technical skill to flourish, and that's why that is silver, Kevin De Bruyne, Billy Coutinho, et cetera, lots of great technical players have come to play in England who wouldn't have played it all their equivalents wouldn't have played a name in 30 years ago. So no, I mean, I suppose what I want to see is what everyone wants to see, which is a hybrid. I want it both ways. I want to see good technical play. I also want to see fast paced football with tackle spying in. I mean, I don't know if you listen to certain captions podcasts. This is important, can early off makes a lot is that you can't have, you can't have it both ways. If we try and have the sort of fast paced aggressive men's footballers going to call it, then eventually some of these good players are going to get injured. And then you won't have the same level of football, but I think, you know, I would rather try and have our cake and eat it, to be honest, like a lot of people. So you're not subscribed to Graham soon as that we suddenly rolled back the years and got our football back. We've got our football back. No, I don't, I think grandson is being, I don't fully buy the critique of sunas. But I also think he chose his words poorly, repeatedly. And I think he was probably also wrong in the sense that when he says, we've got our football back. I mean, what we saw the other day was just isn't a return to the football of the early 1980s. It obviously isn't. Just look at look at the technical skill. Look at the speed. Look how from the balls in play. Look at the way the players pass. It's just, it just isn't a return to football four years ago. And even simply having content to show squaring up to each other in a technical area, it doesn't make that so. So I don't think he's right. And I don't think anybody seriously wants to return to the 1980s, which was objectively worse than the football of the 2020s in many, in many obvious ways. So yeah, I think sunes was wrong on. I think he was wrong both analytically and also wrong in his choice of words. See, Jack, a couple other quick ones before we let you go. Without Klopp's Liverpool, this era of the Premier League would have been different and quite frankly very boring at the top. I know it's early. We're trying to guard against big proclamations after just two weeks of the season, but with these two draws to start out any reason for concern that Liverpool might not be up for the sort of fight this season, therefore, essentially leaving us with a one horse race to the finish. I mean, I thought last night's game was really good. They used an entertaining game. And I thought Liverpool boat really well after the red cars. I just fear that since you don't, the bar is sitting in the middle of set the bar so high in terms of how close to perfect you need to be with the lead. The fact that the loop will have twice got into the 90s of points and not one that title is crazy. If you look at the history of English football, to be that good and not win the league, and I just think that, I don't know, how many points would you expect to do to get this year 90 plus maybe a surprise if it didn't hit 19, simply simply based on the presence of the last fire season. And I'm not saying Liverpool, I think the football are really good, but I don't actually think I just think that having dropped four points already, it's obviously much harder. It basically leads to no margin for error. They're going to have to wait 36 games left. How many of them are they going to have to win? 32, 31. It's crazy. Yeah, it is. It really is. Just why we're flying through them, Jack. Manchester United. I mean, they're declining. I didn't think they were good even when they finished second two seasons ago. I thought they were poor and they were aided by the fact that Liverpool went into a slump. But this, what we saw at the weekend. I mean, I know it's two games in, but how does ten hag rescue this? I got no idea. I've got no idea how ten can turn this around. I think for a start, they should get rid of Cristiano Ronaldo, who I think is his presence is just deeply unhelpful to the whole football club, regardless of how many goals he'd been may or may not score. I think that I just feel like the whole everything that makes a good football team good has just been kind of sucked out of Manchester United's kind of sapped away from Manchester United in the last two years.

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08:23 min | 3 months ago

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"That sort of player? What is the bad? Is there a line? This is the great question about Christian Romero, isn't it? Is he, is he reckless, or is he just a violent genius who is so clever in what he does that somehow it isn't reckless. I mean, I think he could have got sent off in both the Tottenham game so far this year. There was a tack on Oreo rommy in the first game, which I thought could have been a red car. Pulling mark the corella's hair was definitely could have been a red card. And yet he keeps getting away with it. I think the line, the line is really set by the referees more than anything else. And I fear that Romero will get a reputation and referees will want to send him off, and they will send him off. And then all of a sudden, people who are so far have been saying, oh, he's brilliant, isn't he? The way he plays on the line. As soon as he gets himself sent up, he'll be like, I want an idiot, Romero, after three games are going to play down to Sanchez. You cost Tottenham the title. So but you know, football analysis being what it is, nobody will say that until the point in which he sends off. And then everyone will change their minds. So it's really ultimately I think down to the referees and down to any of them or any of them currently failing. This bloke isn't going to get away with it on my watch next week. I'm going to be the man. I'm going to be the man brave enough to send off the great Christiana Romero. Which I fear is something that will happen soon, but let's wait and see. Jack, just on the referees there. This game was was interesting for a few points. I guess the use or non use of VAR and a crucial decision involving cucurella and Romero, but also a general kind of let it go, let it flow, let everything happen. That we seem to see introduced last year and everybody's talking this year about this high bar in terms of using var. It is refereeing in a crisis and are the guys who signed the petition to have Anthony Taylor banned from refereeing have they got a point? And the easiest bit of that to answer is no, the guys who set up a petition against the Taylor are idiots. Just as are the fans who say that Paul Tierney shouldn't be allowed to referee Liverpool games. I find the obsession with individual referees to be. Bizarre. I can't believe that people think this is an interesting thing to talk about. And yet here we are. In terms of VAR, well, I'm actually, I actually support the direction BARs gone in, which is just that they are is now basically something which does not try to re referee the game. But only to try to correct very bad mistakes in the referee. Clearly that means it corrects your mistakes, but I think it does give it does return some authority to the on field referee. So I think that's probably a good thing. Let it flow, I think, is harder to judge, like, clearly this is a huge, a big talking point. And I think that this really dates back to the Euro's last summer. A lot of stuff was allowed to go. And I think there's a bit of an attitude in English football, which is that we can't have, we can't have Europeans football, allowing more physicality, masculinity than English football. Can we? So all of a sudden, English football decides that it has to be a bit more liberal on this kind of stuff than the New York. Is it a good or a bad thing? I mean, you do want to see a fast paced game and you don't want to see a lot of stoppages. Obviously the same time, you want to see a lot of technical skill and English football one of the big stories of English football in the last 30 years has been the conditions the conditions being introduced to allow technical skill to flourish, and that's why that is silver, Kevin De Bruyne, Billy Coutinho, et cetera, lots of great technical players have come to play in England who wouldn't have played it all their equivalents wouldn't have played a name in 30 years ago. So no, I mean, I suppose what I want to see is what everyone wants to see, which is a hybrid. I want it both ways. I want to see good technical play. I also want to see fast paced football with tackle spying in. I mean, I don't know if you listen to certain captions podcasts. This is important, can early off makes a lot is that you can't have, you can't have it both ways. If we try and have the sort of fast paced aggressive men's footballers going to call it, then eventually some of these good players are going to get injured. And then you won't have the same level of football, but I think, you know, I would rather try and have our cake and eat it, to be honest, like a lot of people. So you're not subscribed to Graham soon as that we suddenly rolled back the years and got our football back. We've got our football back. No, I don't, I think grandson is being, I don't fully buy the critique of sunas. But I also think he chose his words poorly, repeatedly. And I think he was probably also wrong in the sense that when he says, we've got our football back. I mean, what we saw the other day was just isn't a return to the football of the early 1980s. It obviously isn't. Just look at look at the technical skill. Look at the speed. Look how from the balls in play. Look at the way the players pass. It's just, it just isn't a return to football four years ago. And even simply having content to show squaring up to each other in a technical area, it doesn't make that so. So I don't think he's right. And I don't think anybody seriously wants to return to the 1980s, which was objectively worse than the football of the 2020s in many, in many obvious ways. So yeah, I think sunes was wrong on. I think he was wrong both analytically and also wrong in his choice of words. See, Jack, a couple other quick ones before we let you go. Without Klopp's Liverpool, this era of the Premier League would have been different and quite frankly very boring at the top. I know it's early. We're trying to guard against big proclamations after just two weeks of the season, but with these two draws to start out any reason for concern that Liverpool might not be up for the sort of fight this season, therefore, essentially leaving us with a one horse race to the finish. I mean, I thought last night's game was really good. They used an entertaining game. And I thought Liverpool boat really well after the red cars. I just fear that since you don't, the bar is sitting in the middle of set the bar so high in terms of how close to perfect you need to be with the lead. The fact that the loop will have twice got into the 90s of points and not one that title is crazy. If you look at the history of English football, to be that good and not win the league, and I just think that, I don't know, how many points would you expect to do to get this year 90 plus maybe a surprise if it didn't hit 19, simply simply based on the presence of the last fire season. And I'm not saying Liverpool, I think the football are really good, but I don't actually think I just think that having dropped four points already, it's obviously much harder. It basically leads to no margin for error. They're going to have to wait 36 games left. How many of them are they going to have to win? 32, 31. It's crazy. Yeah, it is. It really is. Just why we're flying through them, Jack. Manchester United. I mean, they're declining. I didn't think they were good even when they finished second two seasons ago. I thought they were poor and they were aided by the fact that Liverpool went into a slump. But this, what we saw at the weekend. I mean, I know it's two games in, but how does ten hag rescue this? I got no idea. I've got no idea how ten can turn this around. I think for a start, they should get rid of Cristiano Ronaldo, who I think is his presence is just deeply unhelpful to the whole football club, regardless of how many goals he'd been may or may not score. I think that I just feel like the whole everything that makes a good football team good has just been kind of sucked out of Manchester United's kind of sapped away from Manchester United in the last two years.

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"firm" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

07:45 min | 3 months ago

"firm" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Ears. Find NPR wherever you get your podcasts. Oh. Back now on caught off side, so excited about our guest today, JJ. I am a longtime reader of his over at the athletic where he covers Tottenham, England, the Premier League, on a listener of his as well in the view from the lane podcast. It's Jack Pitt Brooke on the program with us now. What's up Jack? How are you? I'm good. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah, yeah, the pleasures are. And we want to start with Tottenham and Chelsea from over the weekend. Good lord. What a game. We've obviously spoken at length on this podcast previously about the original battle of the bridge. Was there enough kind of fire in this one to give it battle of the bridge part two standing or does it not quite rise to that sort of level for you? I think it's definitely of the level of battle of the bridge part two. We had two red cards for each of the two managers, which is like a rare thing to happen. We had a constant bubbling simmering tensions throughout. We had violence between the players. We had a 96th minute goal. I mean, and of course we had the same scoreline to all. I mean, if this isn't a battle of the bridge, I don't know, I don't know what else could be. So yeah, I thought it was fantastic. It was a pretty good game and incredible entertainment. Jack, I was trying to analyze and break down the game and everything seemed to be kind of focusing towards what happened at the end. But if we look at the first half, did that first have to do something maybe to curb expectations for Tottenham this season. Yeah, definitely. I think a lot of people went into this game, me included thinking, this is going to be a different time and it's going to be a different Chelsea versus first game, this is the strongest spurs team we've seen before. And I've watched the first half and I thought, hold on a second. I've seen this game a million times before. This is just the Chelsea versus Tottenham game that happens every season. Chelsea was so much they were cleverer than spurs. They were stronger. They were fitter, they kind of outmaneuver Tottenham tactically, Tottenham couldn't really get out of their own half. It looked like they had no real options beyond just hoofing the ball over the top, setting me on to chase after. It was incredibly one sided. And then of course, Chelsea didn't really get the outcome they deserve, but they should have won the game, but in fact, because a circumstance is Tottenham, managed to get a point. But I definitely think that if you look at the performance levels in the two teams, that would have maybe kind of dampened some of the expectations beforehand that maybe this year, Tottenham would be much stronger than Chelsea. A Jack, just I suppose, in simple terms. How did Tucker manage to stifle Tottenham so effectively? Because we didn't see any of the things we saw towards the end of last season, or are we so rare glimpses where Ken would drop off, have time to turn. He was able to pick one pasta son. I remember the second half, but generally Chelsea seemed to be able to stifle that. Yeah, I mean, watching Chelsea, they reminded me of the Chelsea team that won the Champions League in Churchill's first half season before Lukaku arrived last year and forced them to change how they played. Like they were so they were so flexible that they played a kind of hybrid back four back 5 system. They were so well organized, but there was no space in between the lines and the ton of play. They were aggressive in the sense they were playing high up the pitch and every time that son arcade would get the ball James or kula valley would just jump in and Nick the ball from and they were really fluid in their movement up front. You know, they didn't play a proper number 9 and they had have a Sterling up there. Whose movement was really good and moved Tottenham around all day. So in that sense, it just felt like the kind of classic Thomas Tuchel Chelsea in a way which they didn't really look like last year where they just had Luke Harper and his local silly cartoon. So with that in mind, Jack, I mean, you were talking about Tottenham and maybe if this was a sign that expectations might have been a little bit higher than what we thought coming into the season. Can the same be said of Chelsea only in the opposite way? Are they maybe? Because the narrative around them seem to be fairly negative entering the season, missed out on some of their reported targets coming off of a disappointing year a year ago. Could they actually be better than what was expected coming into this year? On that evidence definitely. Like I was quite, you know, I was part of that narrative too. Like I thought that Chelsea would have a difficult season this year because they don't have enough goals in the team, I think. They lost some very important players. I think there's always going to be question marks when you get a change of ownership about what will the neurons be smart, will they have money? Will they get on with the new manager? It remains to be seen what the relationship we'd like between the new ownership group and Thomas central. But on this evidence, there's still a really, really good team and to be honest about a team that a lot of people, including me getting credit for. So if they can continue to play, like they did in the first hour of this game through the rest of the season. And then I think they will be a much bigger force this season than many of us thought. Jack, I feel like we spent a lot of the springtime and certainly Tottenham supporters seem to trying to assess the mood of Antonio Conte. I mean, what we saw at the weekend was such a far cry from the upset befuddled and marginalized figure we saw after the defeat away at Burnley, I think in February or March. So where is where is the context experiment right now? I mean, in terms of his long-term commitment in terms of where this team is going. Well, he is, I think he is a lot happier than he was last year. He's got a lot of what he wanted. He's got some very good players in the transfer window. I think spurs are set up to have a pretty good season. This is the only season left on the contract that he signed last November. So I'm sure that as we as the season rolls on, the story will become is he going to sign a new contractor spurs are obviously Daniel lady would love him to stay. At the moment, I think it's if I had to guess, I'd say it's likely that that he will sign and that he will not sign. At the same time, what we know from last season is that Conte is not averse to threatening to walk, you know, he spent a lot of last season threatening to walk. And I would expect him to exert the same pressure on the Tottenham board this season and say, oh, you know, maybe I could sign, but when are you going to sign if I feel like I can win something? If I feel like I'm back, and if we agree on things, so I'm sure that that kind of and I know spurs fans don't like this, but that constant speculation about whether he'll go and whether he'll sign or will he just walk away and I know first time enjoy it, but that was a big feature of the second half of the last season by imagine it will be a big feature for season two. Jack, one other Tottenham question that I had for you. Listening to you on the view from the lane podcast this week, you spent a fair amount of time talking about Christian Romero, who was such a fascinating figure in this game, and he's a brilliant player, but he sort of, I guess it's what makes him great, but he just lives on that edge of good housing and bad housing. That edge of a red card. What is the line? What is the good version of that sort of player? What is the bad? Is there a line? This is the great question about Christian Romero, isn't it? Is he, is he reckless, or is he just a violent genius who is so clever in what he does that somehow it isn't reckless. I

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"firm" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:45 min | 3 months ago

"firm" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Ears. Find NPR wherever you get your podcasts. Oh. Back now on caught off side, so excited about our guest today, JJ. I am a longtime reader of his over at the athletic where he covers Tottenham, England, the Premier League, on a listener of his as well in the view from the lane podcast. It's Jack Pitt Brooke on the program with us now. What's up Jack? How are you? I'm good. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah, yeah, the pleasures are. And we want to start with Tottenham and Chelsea from over the weekend. Good lord. What a game. We've obviously spoken at length on this podcast previously about the original battle of the bridge. Was there enough kind of fire in this one to give it battle of the bridge part two standing or does it not quite rise to that sort of level for you? I think it's definitely of the level of battle of the bridge part two. We had two red cards for each of the two managers, which is like a rare thing to happen. We had a constant bubbling simmering tensions throughout. We had violence between the players. We had a 96th minute goal. I mean, and of course we had the same scoreline to all. I mean, if this isn't a battle of the bridge, I don't know, I don't know what else could be. So yeah, I thought it was fantastic. It was a pretty good game and incredible entertainment. Jack, I was trying to analyze and break down the game and everything seemed to be kind of focusing towards what happened at the end. But if we look at the first half, did that first have to do something maybe to curb expectations for Tottenham this season. Yeah, definitely. I think a lot of people went into this game, me included thinking, this is going to be a different time and it's going to be a different Chelsea versus first game, this is the strongest spurs team we've seen before. And I've watched the first half and I thought, hold on a second. I've seen this game a million times before. This is just the Chelsea versus Tottenham game that happens every season. Chelsea was so much they were cleverer than spurs. They were stronger. They were fitter, they kind of outmaneuver Tottenham tactically, Tottenham couldn't really get out of their own half. It looked like they had no real options beyond just hoofing the ball over the top, setting me on to chase after. It was incredibly one sided. And then of course, Chelsea didn't really get the outcome they deserve, but they should have won the game, but in fact, because a circumstance is Tottenham, managed to get a point. But I definitely think that if you look at the performance levels in the two teams, that would have maybe kind of dampened some of the expectations beforehand that maybe this year, Tottenham would be much stronger than Chelsea. A Jack, just I suppose, in simple terms. How did Tucker manage to stifle Tottenham so effectively? Because we didn't see any of the things we saw towards the end of last season, or are we so rare glimpses where Ken would drop off, have time to turn. He was able to pick one pasta son. I remember the second half, but generally Chelsea seemed to be able to stifle that. Yeah, I mean, watching Chelsea, they reminded me of the Chelsea team that won the Champions League in Churchill's first half season before Lukaku arrived last year and forced them to change how they played. Like they were so they were so flexible that they played a kind of hybrid back four back 5 system. They were so well organized, but there was no space in between the lines and the ton of play. They were aggressive in the sense they were playing high up the pitch and every time that son arcade would get the ball James or kula valley would just jump in and Nick the ball from and they were really fluid in their movement up front. You know, they didn't play a proper number 9 and they had have a Sterling up there. Whose movement was really good and moved Tottenham around all day. So in that sense, it just felt like the kind of classic Thomas Tuchel Chelsea in a way which they didn't really look like last year where they just had Luke Harper and his local silly cartoon. So with that in mind, Jack, I mean, you were talking about Tottenham and maybe if this was a sign that expectations might have been a little bit higher than what we thought coming into the season. Can the same be said of Chelsea only in the opposite way? Are they maybe? Because the narrative around them seem to be fairly negative entering the season, missed out on some of their reported targets coming off of a disappointing year a year ago. Could they actually be better than what was expected coming into this year? On that evidence definitely. Like I was quite, you know, I was part of that narrative too. Like I thought that Chelsea would have a difficult season this year because they don't have enough goals in the team, I think. They lost some very important players. I think there's always going to be question marks when you get a change of ownership about what will the neurons be smart, will they have money? Will they get on with the new manager? It remains to be seen what the relationship we'd like between the new ownership group and Thomas central. But on this evidence, there's still a really, really good team and to be honest about a team that a lot of people, including me getting credit for. So if they can continue to play, like they did in the first hour of this game through the rest of the season. And then I think they will be a much bigger force this season than many of us thought. Jack, I feel like we spent a lot of the springtime and certainly Tottenham supporters seem to trying to assess the mood of Antonio Conte. I mean, what we saw at the weekend was such a far cry from the upset befuddled and marginalized figure we saw after the defeat away at Burnley, I think in February or March. So where is where is the context experiment right now? I mean, in terms of his long-term commitment in terms of where this team is going. Well, he is, I think he is a lot happier than he was last year. He's got a lot of what he wanted. He's got some very good players in the transfer window. I think spurs are set up to have a pretty good season. This is the only season left on the contract that he signed last November. So I'm sure that as we as the season rolls on, the story will become is he going to sign a new contractor spurs are obviously Daniel lady would love him to stay. At the moment, I think it's if I had to guess, I'd say it's likely that that he will sign and that he will not sign. At the same time, what we know from last season is that Conte is not averse to threatening to walk, you know, he spent a lot of last season threatening to walk. And I would expect him to exert the same pressure on the Tottenham board this season and say, oh, you know, maybe I could sign, but when are you going to sign if I feel like I can win something? If I feel like I'm back, and if we agree on things, so I'm sure that that kind of and I know spurs fans don't like this, but that constant speculation about whether he'll go and whether he'll sign or will he just walk away and I know first time enjoy it, but that was a big feature of the second half of the last season by imagine it will be a big feature for season two. Jack, one other Tottenham question that I had for you. Listening to you on the view from the lane podcast this week, you spent a fair amount of time talking about Christian Romero, who was such a fascinating figure in this game, and he's a brilliant player, but he sort of, I guess it's what makes him great, but he just lives on that edge of good housing and bad housing. That edge of a red card. What is the line? What is the good version of that sort of player? What is the bad? Is there a line? This is the great question about Christian Romero, isn't it? Is he, is he reckless, or is he just a violent genius who is so clever in what he does that somehow it isn't reckless. I

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"firm" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

Your Daily Prayer

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"firm" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

"A prayer to be firm in your faith by Tiffany to ball, read by Leah Martin. If you are not firm in your faith, you will not be firm at all. Isaiah 7 9 B this world and its politics, philosophies and priorities seems to be spinning out of control, much like a snowball rolling down a hill. Is that snowball is rolling down? It gathers more snow with each turn growing larger and larger until its massive and uncontrollable. Is that snowball is rolling down, it gains speed becoming dangerous to anyone or anything in its path. Turn on any news channel, and you'll see the raw pain and anger in the hearts and lives of so many. People are so hurt. And they need some real solutions. Everyone has an opinion on how to fix the problems, but in their well meaning words and efforts, someone else becomes hurt. There's never been a better time in your life than right now, to stop and take a moment of reflection. How firm, how solid is your faith in God? Do you know what you believe? Do you know what's true about God? Have you grown your faith increased your knowledge of doctrine and strengthened the miracle of your testimony? Have you studied the Bible for yourself and learn to love and embrace its truth in your life? Isaiah 7 9 says this, if you're not firm in faith, you will not be firm at all. There's a battle going on in this world of evil versus good. His followers of Jesus, we know that he alone is the way the truth and the life John 14 6. History is also been filled with evil men bent on destruction. History has been filled with godly people making a difference in the lives of those around them. Not only through good works, but through allowing their firm faith to guide others to the lord. First John 5 19 asks, is your faith, firm enough to stand against the tidal wave of evil in this world? Is your faith firm enough to know that regardless of the situation as it says in hebrews 13 5, God will never leave you or forsake you. Is your faith firm enough to sustain you, though as Matthew 7 14 explains, no one goes the same path as you? If you're not firm in your faith, then when the troubles in life come your way, you'll be like someone trying to balance on a raft going over a waterfall. He won't make it. Every single situation that comes your way will either build your faith or chip away at it. If you want your faith to be firm, then deliver it effort needs to be made to do so. Just as one's intentional for other goals in your life, growing faith needs to be made a priority now more than ever. Your soul requires it. The struggling child in your home needs to see your faith. The herding neighbors looking for it. And the desperate coworker is watching you to see if your faith is firm enough so they can grab a hold of the truth, you say that you believe, to help them as well. God said in Luke 1220, this night your soul is required of you. Death will come for each of us one day, how ready will you be? The time is now today. Open up the Bible and study it. In it, you'll find truths that will change your life for today tomorrow and for eternity. Let's pray. Dear lord, I want to know you more. I want to be sure of what I believe about you and your word. Help me to apply my thoughts and my time so that I can study your truths so that I can increase my faith. Help my unbelief, lord..

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"firm" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

Your Daily Prayer

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"firm" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer

"He listeners we wanted to let you know about one of our newest shows at life audio dot com team us a podcast about marriage hosted by tat. And ashley slater. If you're married you know the one is in marriage isn't always easy. It can be a struggle to stay connected and face the difficulties of everyday life together. If we're not intentional. It's easy for us. You and me to become you versus me. That's why ted and ashley created the team us podcast to help you. Face marriage as a team they share honestly and humorously about the betters and the worst marriage and how to face each day with grace and love. You can find team us on life audio dot com or your favorite podcast app. And be ascribes. You don't miss an episode prior to be firm in your faith by tiffany tobel read by liam martin. If you are not firm in your faith you will not be firm at all. Isaiah seven nine this world and it's politics philosophies and priorities seems to be spinning out of control much like a snowball rolling down a hill has that snowball is rolling down. It gathers more snow with each turn growing larger and larger until it's massive and uncontrollable has. That snowball is rolling down. It gains speed becoming dangerous to anyone or anything in its path. Turn on any news channel and you'll see the raw pain and anger in the hearts and lives of so many people are so hurt and they need some real solutions. Everyone has an opinion on how to fix the problems. But in their well-meaning words and efforts someone else becomes hurt. There's never been a better time in your life than right.

"firm" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"firm" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"And they lose tare competitive advantage as rizzoli. They had to lay off workers. So if you ever get the industry country level you might see a negative but it did not come from firm. Adopting robots from the firm did not so our story is not singer early evidence in a country and the industry levels raw in his sure. Some at some point industry. There's a labor substitution. But interpretation of that result is not correct. What we find is not a direct substitution of labor right by go by opting firms ala's more robots less people. Exactly in that firm is really about stories really about how do you leverage technology better become more productive to become more competitive and highly change a managerial from practices. So you can get most out of your urban technology. Well now i wanna talk to you about that because what. I did find concerning. Is that your paper. Says is that more. Robots can actually equal fewer bosses. That as you improve efficiency the need for managers who oversee those kinds of decisions. That are now automated goes down. Can you explain that a little bit and talk about what that means for people in manage bet absolutely So there to reason why this can happen. The first is that modern technology including robots can accurately captured reprocessed for tasks that these robot performs woman. Here they've used potter they. They've created all just about it. Captured for human is not simple right. You had remember what you did. And people's memories imperfect world of human error were purposely unpurposeful. You know there's there right so this record keeping a direct money during costs are being reduced managers. So technology can jenna reports on what they were robots it would material that used and they can get it at the level division level and to to get lots of different metrics easily. And that's kind of thing that manager tend to do and now the manager world just monitoring can be done by modern technologies native number one. The second part actually more important is that what the managerial decrease come from. The very changing nature of employment composition of very teenager works so this is somewhat you know so there's a little it's very subtle in a sense that robot although robots adoption associated with increases in employment the increase. Okay is this increase is not uniform across scales so by delving diving deeply into employment education level. Way find that increases coming from the highest and lowest skilled labor beast employees..

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"firm" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change

Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"firm" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change

"That interest led me to business management and leadership roles within our industry very succinct. Answer i appreciate that and that leads us to or second question. Obviously the focus of our show today is hearing you talk about the founding of thirty partners and got you to where you are today so before we get to that how you were as you mentioned. Managing director and executive committee member of deutchebanks private wealth management division and clearly a very successful executive with ought to accomplish there. So what led you to leave debate when you did agree question while although doja bank was very good to me in a place where i learn much a very short period of time i actually came to a few realizations i i felt. That clients are best served. Win your solution said could be the entire marketplace not simply the products of one firm. A second i wanted to be in the advice business rather than feeling i was in the product distribution business at lastly i wanted to work in an entrepreneurial partnership culture which i had experienced somewhat early in my career. Now where you're building. Something with colleagues and partners and sharing and excitement of building that that makes sense in those are all reasons that many of our breakway guests and executives who have founded various firms have mentioned but i mean. You're you're kind of early to the whole breakaway party. You started thirty two thousand nine back then. It was called each. Pm partners and so as a time when many brokerage executives had entered the breakaway movement like they have today in certainly from the adviser side. it wasn't nearly as popular for a successful private wealth team to leave the confines of a major firm to start their own way. So what was your thoughts there on striking out on your own and taking the entrepreneurial journey kind of early on in this collaboration although a dozen some years may cloud the specificity. But i was thinking. I'd say generally speaking at that time given my professional experiences in my industry observations i.

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"firm" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"firm" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"A solution saw and will that be for members. Only for example. Where would a firm find the links to the survey. How would they fill it out. Sure so we've got the link of at aicpa dot org forward slash p cps ford slash top issues of the link for the surveys there as well as those where we share the commentary in the the solutions of piece of the survey. So that's public available. You don't have to be a former member of asi. Pin sima or you don't have to really be a member of your pcp s specific community. Anyone whose firm is of a particular size can contribute is not the case with many of the resources on the association site are does request you to be a registered user. You don't necessarily have to be a sepa member of pcp member. This is creative either pcs team but we do share the results so two different surveys. The cpa top issues survey is already online and that is for the us market so small firms there but we did say there were two different surveys surprised. Just remind us again about the to what each of the names to do. And how professional communities in different parts of the world where these surveys are concerned can find them at stalk using them as short so the cpa firm top issue survey is presently live now through june eighteenth. And you can find that at icpa dot org ford slash pcp s ford slash top issues for the seema version of the survey. It is going live today and we will get that link dropped into the show notes for your for your listeners defined suppo and of course if you download this hand the link hasn't yet been released then panic just Re download the podcast. Refresh your show notes. Come back in a day or two. And we'll have pasted that into the show notes by then of course you've done find it if you podcast. Play doesn't update or refresh that regularly. Then just go onto the senior website and have it look brad. Where can people catch up with you online or in real life or you can find me. Brad borders cpa on linked in and on twitter and we also as you mentioned host Host the small firm philosophy podcast. We discuss various topics that impact small firms. Here in the states We do that by weekly. And you can find that at a cpa small firm dot lipson dot com or anywhere else..

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