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"fulham" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

04:22 min | Last month

"fulham" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Of what liverpool were about would uh brilliant forwards all commit play meanwhile chemistry intensity of midfield closing High press energy summit. Those things rob. I don't know if you can just sold them together or clicks again. Maybe changing of some of the faces might be generated. Nah but i'm not. I'm not go to rubble. Superbeets amino monitor and sala. Who'll different now won't play a little different. I don't know about you. Just click together and will start working again. Well of course a man that's gonna try and sold it together. Is yoga club. Rob you do you think. The his his words now after was at four or five years inch in charge of the club is his talent. You perhaps scenario that we hide in. You know we don't know it's an interesting schumer for for the football for clubs interested in some of the only ship goodson What gets spent what doesn't who stays who those you know at a brilliant campaign. an play some scintillating. football going have some tough decisions to make some of both. I do want to cross over an spectacle limits on fulham love because the turnaround for liverpool is. If you go back to those fish two games when we fulham and we'll we'll have scar eight fulham. Football club Absolutely enjoy gun that. When i lived in london good people grateful global ways to watch a new l. We saved but i just saw smoking after fish. You guys that turnaround their full. That confidence in what they do in their confidence in the money that belief in themselves is as big as liverpool's demise has been. Yeah i agree. My i mean. It's in some ways across we focus on the big clubs robin our show. I'm football in the permanent. General does but a what it. It's really impressive. To see a manager young manager makes change. And you're right for all those players to believe they're on to something that the can keep them in the premier league another there's a ton of plaza on low. It's kinda patched together in some ways but what a patch job what a patch over the plaza store in on the phone with that plane. Rob the company that they've got a nobel brightness. They got in those talking plaza matches brought to decide as well. They don't look like a team. The it's gonna get relegated and of course you know we can look and you cut united and they're in a bit of a barren crisis crisis right now a new thing with a points cutting equal like wow. I mean i still got to do rob i just count than anybody else down. Go the being that just before we move on my own dupree under appreciated play a week goes to yoke him anderson. The big robot learning nothing on unfamiliar. Leon is twenty. Four years of age is is a month that you can win it. It can play luc block. He's got a little bit about into organiz. Those in around the right now he would be a perfect fit for liverpool football club. We could size comply. Loops commanding can organizers. Is twenty four years of age. He's on loan of and he's one of those. It wanted to might look at him as he wanted to try and keep him themselves but wanted to just look at him and saying is is apply in that yes you could show an. I think it could have been him upon a token yeah very strong. I thought the pair of them were incredible. Absolutely phenomenal back there and I tell you what was just going to be fun to say. We always want entertainment. We've got a very interesting race to the bottom fulham. My goodness was at the second evola second ever winner and field ability if you know and dumb yeah. The is interesting game and just just got no hero but of liverpool. They've lost a book. They lost to bernie. Brian of fulham in twenty twenty one st downfield in this amazing amazing game. For my best movie onto tottenham.

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More data reveals virus number falling quickly in Britain

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

More data reveals virus number falling quickly in Britain

"A closely monitored survey has found that's new coronavirus infections across Britain who Fulham sharply just days before prime minister Boris Johnson outlines a roadmap on how looked down restrictions can be eased ahead the office for national statistics says in its weekly infection survey the rates of transmission hopeful across all four UK nations in England it estimates that in the week to Feb worry twelve one in one hundred fifteen people tested positive because it nineteen in the previous week the rate stood at one eight eighty meters across the regions the big powerful about lifting looked down restrictions but hoping many can be eased from next month onwards following the rapid rollout of coronavirus vaccines shells to this month London

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"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:23 min | 3 months ago

"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

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Is Mourinho to Blame for Spurs' Poor Form?

ESPN FC

03:23 min | 3 months ago

Is Mourinho to Blame for Spurs' Poor Form?

"It's thursday. i'm gap. He's jewels jobs. We got so much stuff going on because mountie. She'll put your gino winning his first trophies manager. I think his first kofi ever i. We'll be joined by franklin buff to talk a little bit about that in a minute. Manchester united top of the league first time in january. First time since the sir. Alex ferguson era by your munich. Out of the german cups is i don't mean the be. Let's start with tottenham hotspur because we've been talking about their chances are they're going to be better worse than last year. How they're pushing. I feel like i've seen this again. I think they've dropped ten points from leading positions. They played fulham last night. You figure you know not easy but full no time to prepare as well. We'll get to that in a minute. And there's more count sempe gab. They take the lead the play well for twenty five minutes and then they stop the talking and they just want to protect that lead. They want to control the game to manage the game. But there's another hour to go. But he's not a bad idea necessarily when you've sawn and harry kane and all these counter-attackers but you don't even counterattack. You do nothing. You just sit deep and you just wait and we saw that against wolves. What wolf scored in the end we against palace. Guess what in the end and now we see that a home at home against fulham where you just stop playing hurricane. One sean tonga. The whole game. That's his goal twenty minutes in after that. Nothing just nothing and i just don't understand why i'm more for protecting your lead in the last ten minutes you bring another center box in or i don't know you you put back five and you you make sure that you don't leave to more space and etc but no one. There's an hour to go. Don't give not extra confidence to the opposition team. Don't invite pressure. don't let them play. I i take your point. I'm wondering if maybe this was a game. Where i thought was very good when he was on the pitch. This is maybe a game where i always mentioned him. But if you have a lasalle so that you can bring on that may be all of a sudden you can keep the ball more. You can keep the ball further away. You can be a little bit more balanced in in how you do it. You know rather than going. I mean if you're if you're just right now do you go and you knock it down. Levi's store and say look. Don't look at me. This is the best i can do in this thing. That's true i don't. I'm sorry. I don't think that's the best you can do. I don't know the price. I lease the last time i spoke to some of them. They were happy but since december the six when they went top of the table the seven in the league. They lost two hundred four. I mean this is. This is not good enough. This is just not good enough. And i think you could say your needs better player or you need different profiles there and they're still. I still think that he gets his wrong. That tactics is wrong because the pleasure doing what he says. he's saying. Okay win the lead saw against arsenal in a second of and they were up and that was fine and they managed to get out and okay good but as we said against war against pilots against on this. Just not good enough. I'm sorry you keep talking. Last night. In a game against tim against fulham who had played three days three days before with the strongest team in the africa because he didn't play again for another week.

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Michelin House

London’s Best Office Spaces – The Links Between London’s Past and the Modern World

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Michelin House

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Chelsea’s Lampard on Pulisic goal, increasingly familiar top of the table

ESPN FC

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Chelsea’s Lampard on Pulisic goal, increasingly familiar top of the table

"Goals to one elsewhere manchester city out a comfortable victory against fulham. But we'll start with manchester united. Three one win away against west ham that lives about so forth in the table. Just three points. Now of chelsea of the table west time could have had a number of goals made some big

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"fulham" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"fulham" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Rambling get to the point why very robbery way I don't know whether those two people a good enough for the position. and. They I Scott Parker play with charm for one season not the nicest guy. Good Plan. He looks a new I want your opinion he looks. Lost is drowning a little bit. It looks like he is trying to do say the right things, but he is really struggling. To. Get a grip of his club and his team on another show. Ing Things from his team the makes us. This, this is not this isn't premise level like some ending going on. So Do you think rob just on Stop Pokka and again? Another friend and I'm. Guess Chris is a little bit. But he's struggling. I think you need help and I think he needs help by the pool by the ownership group. So Tony Cohen I just don't unifying football club if you're GONNA come out with his. To managing, decide what you're GONNA do don't come out with something that the press guys sell Scott Paul Scott Paul could the of. Do a big reverse in say what he thinks and I'm thinking about the justice. Ingestion at. One. Point. Two is. Scott Park is up three games is molly did a great job getting Fulham Mope it had a few gets before you got a few. As a cat, take it on his walk. He's he's out to be games. This season that site hasn't bulletin a talented soul help to the situation. Is is very similar liberal. All I would say to team Smith last. season. Very similar situation. Is King couldn't defend. He founded union man. From the way founding south, come out the side thought to our things go to Scott easy to take to get clear focusing mind if he wants how wants he doing and then take the play as women and if he's GonNa if he's not gonNA succeed not succeed by taking the play with him and having a way of duty team, Smith to out one thing I'll say about Smith bloody fight at all. Times also east on the economy what terrible run toward lockdown. Down any combat at least he's any doogie feet in and look at it. Now you Kinda feel like is Jeff's by. Scott he's going to have to go through the same and they'll always looks to Paul he's trying the same thing. Now Skull a rolling up get down into eight and show you can. You can dig it out. Listen I like that. But for me, there's one big difference in those two scenarios. Fulham's plays nowhere near as good as a villa players I think rob I think the sky's got you say about like get stuck in agree with that. Yeah. Think he's gone hard a bunch to work with rob to try his system after to play you know. Full too rigid. Get somebody. Closest thing. Goodbye to bounce a full. You know I I dunno whatever is he's GonNa find a way of giving himself John's relation. The Pence Office for three weeks. You're going to be police then that we. Have now. It's got now. No. To me now. That was about all the child from. You keep three clean sheets, Mitch a bit sketchy two goals you win again the there's a ton of ton of examples over. Midtable. Crystal. Palace like all this is. Going to go. Been Lead. The defense. The MSCI rich your. BEVERY. But WE'LL GET Goes. Trying to size. Vs. Monitorable Valuable if they score one non winning yet. A defensive setup that's exceedingly strong. Many boring. But when they go is going to point say absolutely no chance they try and expansive and trying trae score Dula because they've shown that they haven't gotten good defenders. Other end. We with with this sky come on my friend. That you always not international. Work spot for most people will jump on the flight. I'm recording team for two weeks one training or combat. SALGA GO, to, wrap this. As Liverpool showed us what the standard is at the top of the table Fulham think have to me think things at the bottom of the table we're back on..

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"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Walkman solicitation. ESPN AFC here on ESPN. Dan Thomas Coming up later Casey Keller joins us. Look ahead. To semi finals in in the is back tournament plus we've got Frank Birth and Juliane Laurent to talk about Chris morning returning to Manchester United as a hero we'll start by going to Wembley Brentford Fulham in the championship final. Went to extra time in the end winning by down to one. Lead United's Jack Harrison with us as don't Hutchinson Donna start with you. This was a tough watch for the opening ninety minutes, and then everything happened really an extra time that never happened. They never happens grind to be honest watching the game it was almost like two teams didn't WANNA lose the game to the rigid in their formation. They weren't taking any chances go close to an Al Mal can still nothing happening on it went to extra-time where the dynamics of the game changers everyone gets a little bit loose a bit more freedom a bit more. I don't know a bit more energy from somewhere and then all of a sudden I mean bottoms go to unbelievable free kick pot goalkeeping decision thinking he was going to whip standing from their full of looked in control and the second goal was the best move of the match actually when Mitch Snider Little One to then the inside finish in the think just Fulham with the better side because I said, they were the team on the front foot trying to win away I was disappointed in Brentford don't maybe a complimentary. That's the the fact it was a good bright EXP- exceptional free kick when really you expect your goalkeepers to stop that. yeah, I think he'll be maybe a little bit disappointed with that. obviously is great individual thinking from from Brian as well to to be able to do that in moments like this on such a big stage well away means so much and you know to to do that is incredible on the spot thinking but we'll keep you might be looking back and maybe regretting a little bit but the end of the day is. A great move from Brian and is you know is one the game from that? Eight time now dons and trump has shack traffic moment from Raya. Well it was I mean. I'd love to see it back again because we were watching it live unfold front arrives. He's not really seeing a replay I. I would. I would give the full, the the the credit taking on because we were. Really close by looking at the defenders defendant on the on the eighteen yard line and we all for watching it. I was going to whip in Minneapolis yet the keep thinking exactly the same thing. So I'd like to see where the goalkeeping position was. It couldn't have been Iraq because you shouldn't be scored from that which still execution take on you know in a final you know when the easy option would have been just clip in the box, take your chances and see what happens but he was brave enough to the on. The execution was first class. Joe Brian. Longo all season Jack and he gets a brace championship final. Yeah. No, I mean obviously we come up with a means the most and you know that's what you expect from your players on the stage you want players to to step up and Make the most of those opportunities and don't exactly that today Jack we saw we mentioned like that opening ninety minutes if you liked. Nervy. Can you kind of empathize with the players because of what was on the line today? It was all about not making a mistake. A little bit well yeah. I think you know it's hard to find that balance in these games. You know you you don't be too excessive and maybe. 'cause caused problems that could lead to consequences you know I think both teams did really well breaking the press from side both teams really high both teams that really well to to break into this press with after that, it wasn't really like anything happening. They didn't capitalize on that going forward and just ended up circling back around. So you know that's that's where that fine line is to try and find the balance which is hard for players know on on the stage you know I think as. As as went into extra-time teams to Kinda push for the goal is a little bit maybe looking forward a bit more and causing a few problems and that's when the game started to open up in as spectators. That's you know. That's the football that you WANNA see. So yeah. Maybe a little bit for the ninety minutes, but in the end. Result for for Fulham and I'm sure be over the moon to be the primary issue. Obviously disappointing to lose a final state in the obvious on it's disappointment on top of disappointment for Brentford after they pinched it, of course, on the final day of the season as well that incredible run when football returned. To offers very key times. That's probably just inexperience. Managua. Even tonight from Thomas Frank side were you know they should have been before the game ever saying I. was I was seen a few colleagues of mine. How did you see the game going and I was leaning towards Fulham a tight one nil I asked them and they went if Brent forget the ball down and play, they win the game and if they start well and they start getting their confidence going on moving the ball is good as they can the win the game and I didn't see that from Brenton. I didn't see it in the last few games where they struggled. So they must be a little bit nervy expected. Let's not been three finals in the playoffs and finished. All three of finish one nil. So they all talk I've lost two in one. So this very rarely Dec an absolute classic you get them every nine again, you see a, you know a full three games go to penalties will loads of goals but majority the times you see really nervous games thought Brentford looked really nervy. Don improbably automatically now, favorites to go back down..

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Covid-19 and the future of tennis

The Tennis Podcast

05:57 min | 9 months ago

Covid-19 and the future of tennis

"Folks and welcome once again to the tennis podcast in a particular welcome to David that you heard in our Intri, they are. kickstarter backers of Oz and today. They're going to be our guest. Editors for listener questions special, which means that we will have to remember how to make podcast because it's been a couple of weeks we need to. remember opinions and all sorts of things. Yes, there are questions about the ultimate tennis showdown mat-su. Dust off your knuckles. He's easily in fighting mood today's map because as I look at him here on my laptop screen. He is wearing his Fulham shirt. You Resplendent Matt. Early on the Fulham, sure we didn't kick off for another ten hours or so, but yes quite quite nervous today, but wearing them colors, mets team Fulham. Playing in the first leg of the playoffs, this is stage one three in their attempt to get promoted back to another season of misery in the primarily. Alongside David, he's already confirmed. Be Subjecting himself to a year of misery in the primarily next season. I e the night before I watched. My, team just stumble over the finish line I watched. What fit in the Premier League Neil four down against Manchester ccn about half an hour and Really, did change my mind as to whether I wanted to go open all. It made me. It made me think you know my. Maybe, think back to when we were when we were booking and planning a trip to the French Open. and. Planning our early days. shedule around your. Travel to the playoff finals. Wembley I said, would it be okay if I trip back to London for the final during the French? Open and we decided that that would be content gold, yes. And then the universe conspired against us, and here we are six months later, making more lockdown content. Enjoy everyone. But we love to listen to questions ones, don't we? It gives us a chance to rant and rave and. Give! Opinions about things and it is drew David. They've. Picked out the best of the questions from social media they've they've come up with some of their own as well. And a good questions quite meaty, so proposals fakes ready. Oh Yeah Yeah. Matt's never looked already had a haircut. He's yeah. What do we think of the haircut? It's pretty dramatic as he did. Go four and a half months without touching. Any haircut would have been quite dramatic because. Quite. Did You keep the her? No. As I said God. What A WEIRD QUESTION OKAY! To lockdown, everybody being on. We'll obviously quite a lot of questions that have come in about lockdown about covert about how it's going to affect tennis. Is Kind of unavoidable to to address all of those issues. And try and speculate about a completely unpredictable. Because frankly that's what the situation has been in instill is but. We make our money by predicting the unpredictable say goes. It? I I question. will go with the something covid related. Is the players responsibility to do what safe for themselves or is it? The tournaments responsibility to guarantee safety regarding covert. A Nice easy one. To to to ease yourselves and he wants to take that. Why I don't think it is possible to guarantee anything really you know. The the tournaments rinsed Francis the US Open. It is incumbent upon them to create the safest environment possible and to convince the plaza, the bubble that they are creating and the passage they're creating into that bubble is a secure as possible, but ultimately the players have got to decide whether that's something that they are prepared to do whether. They're comfortable to do whether they're. Also prepared to stay within an environment like that because they cannot be breaking the protocol. We've seen in world team. Tennis. They from what it seems like did a pretty decent job of creating a bubble. Daniel Collins decided to go elsewhere. for I, I mean she. She did say it seems that she needed some treatment for her. What's the condition? She has rheumatoid arthritis which Kim. You know okay. I sympathize with her, but. She brought the bubble and therefore got thrown out a world team tennis. We saw Griego Dimitrov who tested positive for. ovid's during the until. gave an interview last night and He's had a really terrible time with illness I. Probably mild symptoms relatively speaking and yet he said he was in bed for three weeks and he's still feeling the effects of it now so. Players have got to make the call as to how much of a risk they're prepared to take. HOW COMFORTABLE LEAD! Enduring, cyber, there is it is impossible to guarantee safety I think.

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Big tech companies back away from selling facial recognition to police

All Things Considered

02:07 min | 11 months ago

Big tech companies back away from selling facial recognition to police

"Amazon for years has offered a service called recognition to police departments here's how it works officers can take a smartphone photo or use a grainy picture from a security camera and try to match against a massive database of mugshots stored in the cloud Adam Scott won is a professor at John Jay college of criminal justice your average police officer instead of having to try to figure out who committed the crime could pass one of these videos to a facial recognition system which will help me in the right direction he says there are many types of crimes where facial recognition technology can help kidnapping missing children Shuman exploitation bank robberies home burglaries but there are big problems with facial recognition M. I. T. researcher joy Buolamwini has documented them all of these systems work better on lighter skin faces than darker skin faces they all overall work better on a male identified faces than female identified faces in other words people of color and women are more likely to be misidentified by this technology that's why cities from San Francisco to north Hampton Massachusetts have banned governments from using it Amazon has fought back loudly saying researchers are over blowing the flaws of its system Fulham when he says even if the face scanning tool becomes flawless she fears it can be used for mass surveillance that events like large protests what kind of society do we want to lead then and we do not want to live in a society where going outside exercising your first amendment rights because you're speaking up for what's right land you in trouble for nothing else than that you're faced with Amazon never mentions George Floyd or the protest his death sparked in announcing the one year freeze instead Amazon says the pauses to give Congress time to quote put in place stronger regulations to govern the ethical use of facial recognition technology some companies have gone even further Microsoft says it will not begin selling face scanning software to police until there's a national law in IBM this we condemn technology that can be used for racial profiling and mass surveillance it's

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Lawmakers hold hearing on police brutality and racism in America

Here & Now

05:21 min | 11 months ago

Lawmakers hold hearing on police brutality and racism in America

"Today today the the house house judiciary judiciary committee committee is is hearing hearing testimony testimony on on police police brutality brutality and and racial racial profiling profiling it's it's the the same same week week that that house house Democrats Democrats introduced introduced sweeping reforms like banning police chokehold ending no knock warrants for drug searches and forcing states to collect data on police misconduct felonious Florida brother of George Floyd who died under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer a death that touched off international outrage spoke at today's hearing when you watch a big brother who looked up to for your whole life dia di bigger boys mom I'm here to ask you to make it stop stop the pain stop was the entire Joe was called by him and he was like no it please listen to the crowd I'm making to you now to the calls about family and the callers rang out the streets across the world well borrow backgrounds genders and races have come together to demand change NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell joins us now Kelsey of Fulham's Floyd very powerful broke down in tears and just one of several witnesses today most call by Democrats so what else did you hear I think that I we heard one of the more moving moments from Floyd's testimony there he he was very clearly emotional after having the funeral was just yesterday I think one of the theme that we heard across the witnesses from both parties is that there was an acknowledgement that the catheter Floyd was wrong and horrifying and that reforms are necessary but there was not a lot of agreement or commitment about the right way to go about seeking those reforms I I will say that it was very interesting also to listen to one of the Republican witnesses her her brother was a federal officer who died it near the end the protests in Oakland California and she said that she empathized with the family of George Ford and she called for the same kind of justice for her brother she was called by Republican she's a former Republican congressional candidate in California so there was it there was shared horror on at the death of George Floyd but that that this is not yet quite at a point where there's an agreement about what to do about the striking to see a Democrats and Republicans have different lists of possible law enforcement reform you put them next to each other they're they're different and as we heard from Tonya Democrats have on their list banning chokeholds Republicans don't his representative Karen bass a Democrat talking about national standards for police it should never be that you can do a chokehold in one city and not in another there should be basic standards there should be basic accreditation there should be continuing education just as there are in so many other professions tells you what else are Democrats proposing while Democrats have off of a very extensive bill they're talking at a bedside from just the typical day want to ban what is known as qualified immunity it gives it is being used by police officers to to said that they would be immune from from from trials essentially from civil prosecutions I loved it that is something that has been controversial I will say that the the issue of chill cold has not been completely litigated between Democrats and Republicans there is some openness among Republicans to consider a ban but there are also talking about de escalation ways to lessen potential for choke holds that there there's a feeling among Republicans that they do not want to constrain the local police so what is possible here and something that the Republicans staff has raised with me is that there's a possibility that outside of the building across have proposed there could be additional separate bipartisan negotiations and talks we do know that Republicans in the center working on their own proposals which we may see in the coming days well and it could be said that Republicans are using calls to de fund police as evidence the Democrats are weak on crime here's the Judiciary Committee ranking member the Republican Jim Jordan it is pure insanity to defund the police and the fact that my Democrat colleagues won't speak out against this crazy policy it's just that frightening well having to speak to a representative Jordan tomorrow but meanwhile Democrats have spoken out against you de funding the police is something protesters are calling for representative bass called it a distraction senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia so the idea is crazy of so where does this debate go are they just talking past each other well it is interesting to watch Democrats figure out how to respond to these demands from their base it is not uncommon for either party to be trapped in a situation where the activists portion of their bases calling for something more extreme than the establishment partial portions of the party you're willing to get behind by and large elected Democrats in Congress are not in favor of the concept of de funding the police they say actually attempting to rewrite a little bit of what that means we've heard some some Democrats say when they hear D. fund they hear reform and that they that they think that the real intention here is to change the way the police interact with the communities that they serve NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell thank you so much thank you

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Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

"Hi it's British Mike really Crossey impose researchers nationwide a reporting look looking the state down department's rules or trial in inspector early March general to see after has whether been he dogs became fired the first can use country in their the outside latest noses in a Asia series of to with detect trump a major administration with humans outbreak moves have of coded against coronavirus government nineteen watchdogs before but the secretary government they show has symptoms of gradually state Mike reopen Pompeii the researchers country has fired as at the rates the state London of department infections school inspector of and hygiene deaths general of Fulham and Steve tropical Lim medicine social no distancing reason and the for rules room the university removal being was implemented given of collaborating political in the with former sector the charity of assistant the economy U. medical that S. have attorney detection reopened in California dogs now the government and Virginia has in given the trial the green light had which served looks to some in into the position error whether dogs since some international twenty who've thirteen travel been trained in as to April of sniff June out free president certain Donald they'll cancers be no Trump quarantine fired and malaria Michael Atkinson requirement could potentially the the inspector people be coming used general as in a for noninvasive from the intelligence outside community early Italy warning who however measure played a key to officials role identify have in not the the whistle yet coronavirus been blower specific complaint six that away lead dogs to attendance trump's including impeachment themselves Labradors also and can travel in April Cocker to spaniels trump I'm removed Charles Glenn have there started Fein this month basic is acting training inspector for general the trial at the defense in the department initial phase Mike researchers Rossi plan at Washington together just some polls from both people infected with the virus and those who owned Charles the look as well London

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Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

"Hi it's British Mike really Crossey impose researchers nationwide a reporting look looking the state down department's rules or trial in inspector early March general to see after has whether been he dogs became fired the first can use country in their the outside latest noses in a Asia series of to with detect trump a major administration with humans outbreak moves have of coded against coronavirus government nineteen watchdogs before but the secretary government they show has symptoms of gradually state Mike reopen Pompeii the researchers country has fired as at the rates the state London of department infections school inspector of and hygiene deaths general of Fulham and Steve tropical Lim medicine social no distancing reason and the for rules room the university removal being was implemented given of collaborating political in the with former sector the charity of assistant the economy U. medical that S. have attorney detection reopened in California dogs now the government and Virginia has in given the trial the green light had which served looks to some in into the position error whether dogs since some international twenty who've thirteen travel been trained in as to April of sniff June out free president certain Donald they'll cancers be no Trump quarantine fired and malaria Michael Atkinson requirement could potentially the the inspector people be coming used general as in a for noninvasive from the intelligence outside community early Italy warning who however measure played a key to officials role identify have in not the the whistle yet coronavirus been blower specific complaint six that away lead dogs to attendance trump's including impeachment themselves Labradors also and can travel in April Cocker to spaniels trump I'm removed Charles Glenn have there started Fein this month basic is acting training inspector for general the trial at the defense in the department initial phase Mike researchers Rossi plan at Washington together just some polls from both people infected with the virus and those who owned Charles the look as well London

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Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Dogd to help in detecting COVID-19

"It's researchers really impose at nationwide the London look school down of rules hygiene in early March and tropical after medicine he became and the first the room country university outside Asia of collaborating with a major with the charity outbreak of medical coronavirus detection dogs but the government in the has trial gradually which reopen looks into the country whether dogs as the rates who of have infections been trained and to sniff deaths out of Fulham certain cancers social and malaria distancing rules could potentially being be implemented used as a noninvasive in the sector of early the economy warning that have measure reopened to identify now the the government coronavirus has given the green light six dogs to some error including some Labradors international travel and Cocker as spaniels of June free have started they'll be no quarantine basic training requirement for the trial the people in coming the initial in phase from outside researchers Italy plan together however officials just some have not polls yet been from specific both people infected away attendance with the virus themselves and those can who travel owned to I'm Charles Charles the there look as this well month London

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Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

"Hi it's Mike really Crossey impose nationwide a reporting look the state down department's rules in inspector early March general after has been he became fired the first country in the outside latest in a Asia series of with trump a major administration outbreak moves of against coronavirus government watchdogs but the secretary government has of gradually state Mike reopen Pompeii the country has fired as the rates state of department infections inspector and deaths general of Fulham Steve Lim social no distancing reason for rules the removal being was implemented given political in the former sector of assistant the economy U. that S. have attorney reopened in California now the government and Virginia has given the green light had served to some in the position error since some international twenty thirteen travel in as April of June free president Donald they'll be no Trump quarantine fired Michael Atkinson requirement the the inspector people coming general in for from the intelligence outside community Italy who however played a key officials role have in not the whistle yet been blower specific complaint that away lead to attendance trump's impeachment themselves also can travel in April to trump I'm removed Charles Glenn there Fein this month is acting inspector general at the defense department Mike Rossi at Washington

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Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

"Hi it's Mike really Crossey impose nationwide a reporting look the state down department's rules in inspector early March general after has been he became fired the first country in the outside latest in a Asia series of with trump a major administration outbreak moves of against coronavirus government watchdogs but the secretary government has of gradually state Mike reopen Pompeii the country has fired as the rates state of department infections inspector and deaths general of Fulham Steve Lim social no distancing reason for rules the removal being was implemented given political in the former sector of assistant the economy U. that S. have attorney reopened in California now the government and Virginia has given the green light had served to some in the position error since some international twenty thirteen travel in as April of June free president Donald they'll be no Trump quarantine fired Michael Atkinson requirement the the inspector people coming general in for from the intelligence outside community Italy who however played a key officials role have in not the whistle yet been blower specific complaint that away lead to attendance trump's impeachment themselves also can travel in April to trump I'm removed Charles Glenn there Fein this month is acting inspector general at the defense department Mike Rossi at Washington

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Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Italy easing travel restrictions put in place in March.

"It's really impose nationwide look down rules in early March after he became the first country outside Asia with a major outbreak of coronavirus but the government has gradually reopen the country as the rates of infections and deaths of Fulham social distancing rules being implemented in the sector of the economy that have reopened now the government has given the green light to some error some international travel as of June free they'll be no quarantine requirement the people coming in from outside Italy however officials have not yet been specific away attendance themselves can travel to I'm Charles there this month

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Manchester United Reportedly Set to Hire Data Specialists to Aid Recruitment

ESPN FC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Manchester United Reportedly Set to Hire Data Specialists to Aid Recruitment

"United spent the last day of the transfer window scrambling around trying to sign a striker finally landing on Odi Gallo and the club or determined not to have a repeat of their seemingly seemingly he writes occasional occasionally writes haphazard approach to signings by hiring a team of eight to help identify talent through the use of data led by a head of analytics. The new department will use data to profile potential targets as well as contribute to United's academy and medical teams united do use analysis at the moment particularly video. What is this nineteen ninety-five who've video now analysis is so cutting edge but are surprisingly a little behind? If you've seen them over the last five years you wouldn't say they're mo- surprised but when it comes to data in recruitment instead paying big money for high profile players so the move is a positive step forward I mean yes. It is but it screams of them being more interested in winning the press conference than winning the games how far behind his tall. This is insane for club like that. That is really surprised now. I know not every club is sold. We heard about the grit argument. Fulham a few seasons back about data and a boat how they would use analysts in terms of team selection and stuff like that. But I mean you're Manchester United Leicester have analytics longer. The Manchester United will have at this point. Well that's the thing is like your united. You have more money than you really never know what to do with it so like have an analytics department and then like decide how you want to utilize. But it's but it's a holistic approach. You know it's not just. It's the test people go and watch players the also look at the data. It's it's remarkable. I think you've got to it with what you were saying there originally in that. It's just like this. Who who was it that you're reading the Standards? Splashing names is more of what they're intrigued by rather than fit and you know. Data is the year of our Lord. Twenty twenty come on

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Sephora Sale Haul

Forever35

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Sephora Sale Haul

"Stocked up on the couch hand nail cream which is another fav- i like to keep like one next to my bed when my bathroom one of my bag have handcream everywhere shorter and then i also got the fendi gla- gloss awesome bomb universal lip loom nizer in fussy that is a great color which i had gifted to you at one point thank you you're so so welcome and and i got the this is this is out of left field. I don't think you're going to be expecting this holding literally really holding onto the table. I got the it cosmetics by under. I what what was going on when this purchase was made you just throwing caution to the wiz azure was so as listeners may recall. I had attempted to buy this before and bought the wrong shade. That's right okay and kept forgetting to return it and then i was like i don't know if i like the consistency this is not for me and then i bought some warmer see that i really liked and then i was like. Maybe i'll buy this again but like you know what let me give it cosmetics another. Try so here we are and i bought the light beige color. Which i think is more appropriate for for me so i'm excited for that and the final thing i bought was coca. Floss uh-huh losses become a hot topic the topic now i used it last night. Oh so you've already received these product because you said you tried. The water views the coca floss. I'm ready eddie from my mind to be blown and i liked it. It got like my front teeth. My bottom front teeth are a little crooked and it got kind of caught in one of my eighteen okay. This happened to me last night too but not with coca flaws and i feel like hit a nerve or something like it kind of hurt and i was like <hes> okay okay. I'm gonna give this another shot but it was it was. I don't know what i was expecting. I mean it's floss. I know the way it's been positioned position. I i mean gliding through your t s. I'm still gonna use it but jury still out okay so we have dental hygiene actually emailed us and said ed a line that is now resonating me. Which was the best floss for you to use his whatever you're already using a high and i was like oh they're right. It's not the floss. It's the act totally. Oh and i just mentioned one more thing that i got with my points. Go go which is a <unk> silk pillowcase that sephora was was offering for seven hundred fifty points this score and since i horde my points let's i was able to get it now. I received this pillow case. It is not real and it doesn't have a materials tag. Do oh which is weird so i don't know how to wash it either. I guess i'll just hand wash it but yeah i'm very doubtful that it is actually silk but but it is very smooth and silky okay i saw a friend yesterday and we were chatting about a lot about skin karen and she was asleep with. I mean you know like a slow pillowcase and i was like no. I've never tried it and she was a watt and she said not only for your hair does she like it but also for your products face products because a standard cotton partner linen pillow case the product just soak into the pill which i didn't even that so now i really anyway so that's that's what i got and i'm excited to report back. No keep testing and upkeep mix yeah for all of course yes. What about you. What did you get so as mentioned. I hopped in at the last estimate sure did got an under the wire. Honestly you mentioning to me that you bought stuff. I was like i gotta do it. Oh no about influence kind of were because then they went for it i to cocoa floss because so many listeners had emailed about cocoa floss that i just had to do it. I i also bought the supergroup unseen sunscreen now. I'm zip before no. I'm doing my own sunscreen experiment. Ooh because in the last four sale i bought kula full spectrum three hundred sixty sunsilk drops which are what i'm using on my face and i love them so i bought another jar jar container and now it's actually a little glass bottle with the dropper. Ooh and i really really like this sunscreen for my face but then hearing you mentioned the supergroup. I figured i'll do my own experiment and give it a try then i bought. I'm trying again a product that broke on me. I i bought a small cowdery grape water spray like mr for your face <hes> in the last sale and the pressure like the little. The thing that you push stopped working for me in the bottle was not empty. I was very annoyed that i really liked the product so i'm going to try it again. <hes> then i stocked up on my like product my my baby which is the beauty elixir and i buy the mini bottles because they use complains. It is my favorite thing ever to travel with. It's the best it's the best and i will tell you something very exciting is that i was watching last night at ten o'clock as one does a court in kardashian natural makeup tutorial on youtube oh sure because i don't know how court it does make a when she's doing it. Also it was so much it was so much she contoured. She still contoured wow this is oh she looked great but she spits cowardly beat helix all over her face on. I was like well look at that courtney. You're one of us. I have some extra i can give you. Oh i will take it all. I spread on my face. I sprayed on my kids it. Just it's not only does it feel nice to missed while while you're traveling. The smell is so refreshing. I agree that it just gives me a little something little judge you know. Is that the word you were looking for a little boy. You walked right i did i opened the door and there you were judging away your little sign and says jewish so here's another thing i bought which i've never purchased before kate somerville's ex-fulham kate o. People love that yeah it's kind of a legend <hes> in the exfoliating world <hes> and i bought a tiny bottle <hes> just to give it a test run. I was looking at different inexperience. Some i had tried some hatton. There were a couple that almost there's a cowardly when that i almost got and then it was like you know what everybody says has x. Fola kate yeah and my you to reject that no it's a perfect pun so i grabbed that. I also got the silk pillow with my points because you did. I am a sheep and then he also got a little hydros serum from drunk elephant with my points. Oh hydra or something. I forget what i've never tried hydrogel. I can't use it for the next twenty seven days because i'm in my grace genus bader otter journey so those were my purchases you know it was kind of i looked at makeup and then i was like now i don't know let's just go with missed and some sunscreen which is kind of like my two favorite favorite things to do totally water my face down and then protect it from the rays of the sun. Yes so there you have it. We'll report back. Oh we sure will especially about that. Fola kate and the border will the baader. Yes i am. This is gonna be a running theme for the next twenty seven and he's seven days of forever. Thirty five takes us right into the fall creamy skin and you're going out of town this weekend i._m. Dorey this will come up in my attention. I'm going to denver colorado to see my favorite band fish and you know the elevations high. The air is dry. Gotta bring my cream yeah yes. I'll be traveling with it for the first first. Time ever says exciting very exciting if you also happen to be a fish fan attending well this. Will you know what you'll hear this after yeah. Maybe maybe someone will be there and we'll see i. I hope there's a forever thirty listener at this fish show that will be just a combining of my two favorite worlds. Yeah

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"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I understand that. I understand who beg as Fulham. However, I think the realization no the going to the Champions League final after such a momentous week would I think we'll slightly negates. Any negative connotations SETI? Do we think they're going to do purely because they've had such a good week gone? The opposite way I think when we imagine set you're gonna win Jillian Laurent's with Julian what's your assessment of the weekend of livable used up their supply of miracles. Clearly, you never know to the week. We've had and recording mice TB possible on on Sunday afternoon as Think you think. I'm not going to let this one go after the goal components code on on Monday night against less to city. Kennedy shows you that there was something special on the night. And they completely untouchable. They will feel and beatable on Sunday when they walk out on the pitch in violent or nothing since January third that huge turning points in the season when they put at the two one sedan. They've been incredible form really a buffer. Maybe the defeats the stage in the championship from that. They've been incredible. And I think they will be deserve on Sunday of the of the permitted season in give us historical context here in your views is the most gripping title race of all time. Apiece rights out. There isn't it? I mean, you go back to the guero goal in twenty twelve laughs kick of the season. And then it was quite finish. I remember nineteen ninety-five between Manchester United who could only drawer west time, even though Blackburn winning the title despite losing it Anfield that day that was quite a Finnish and nine thousand nine hundred nine takes a bit of beating doesn't it. Michael Thomas fast, nor with virtually the last kick of the game at Anfield as Liverpool or about to win the title Thomas scores asked no clinches..

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Kal Penn explains 'This Giant Beast,' aka the Global Economy

The Frame

07:26 min | 2 years ago

Kal Penn explains 'This Giant Beast,' aka the Global Economy

"On the show a conversation with actor Cal pen about his Amazon documentary series called this giant piece that is the global economy Adam McKay, the director of the big short is an executive producer on the series as his Adam Davidson, one of the co founders of NPR's planet money podcast Kalpana is probably best known for his roles in TV shows like house and the herald n Kumar movies. He also worked briefly in the Obama administration when Penn visited the frame I asked him how he would describe. This giant piece that is the global economy. It is a fairly sardonic exploration of eight different topics the undercurrent of which explores agreed in the global economy. And so we wanted to do it in a way that was fun and accessible and kind of makes you want to explore a single topic without being too heavy handed. I I'm for people listening. I'm sort of smirking because I'm remembering their approach when they pitched me the show your go. You know, I got this call from my managers, these these young Adam mckay's team is putting together the show for Amazon prime. It's about the global economy. And I'm like that. I mean that sounds is is it a like a film. I would love to be in anatomy K movie, like no, no, it's a docu series. So I was like, dude. I don't want to. That's not me just meet with them. You have to be can't say no to that meeting. Like, well, of course, I why would I say no to the meeting? So I sit down with them. They basically pitch me this idea. And I said, I know nothing about the global economy. And then I think they said one of them said something like, but you worked at the White House. Let's say okay, come on not on the economic team. And and then they said, no, we we actually want a host who doesn't know anything about the economy. And then I realized they were calling me stupid which was fair. And basically they wanted a host who's lens would be the same lens of the audience. Right. Somebody who is curious about the economy naturally curious about these topics, but doesn't. Don't have a firm background or grasp over them. And that was definitely me. Because I I love learning about things. But I I'm by no means an expert on any of this stuff. In fact, I couldn't have one of the episodes is on cryptocurrency. I had no idea how blockchain worked until probably two months into this form of shoot. It's called the blockchain. And you can visualize it like this ledger of transactions. And who knows what all of this data is put in a file, and that's a confirmed block. Confusing. No, not at all. And just making sure that I. So so it was like it was a joy to discover this kind of stuff. So as a performer, you're in some ways, not playing, but you are a journalist you're out interviewing people, you are doing something a documentary that you haven't done as an actor. And I'm curious is that not just performance. But that is you being the curious person seeing these people say explain this to me or how does that work or I don't quite follow or really? That's true. Yes. So I like to say that I am playing a character named Calpine. A heightened version of Kalpana a weird a different version. Yeah. Heightened in some way, for sure e-. This is not a documentary. And this is not a reality show. It's whatever the the sort of beautiful hybrid that can exist nowadays is so some of the pieces, obviously, we we, you know, we had things that were either scripted or or setup to reflect, you know, in celebrities come on and do explainers which I think McKay dozen a lot of his movies. He sort of cut away in break the fourth wall. But then there are there are, you know, I hesitate calling journalism because there are so many. I am not a journalist. I am sort of a a curious actor, but there were elements of it definitely that that I think run up to that line. I'm thinking of a guy named Umberto Agwu Wheeler who's in our episode on money laundering. He was in jail. I think for number of years because he laundered money in the eighties cocaine money out of Miami. So we went to this warehouse and a huge place bigger than this Fulham oxes. Okay. What's the problem is open a box? What what open a box opener boxes full of money. Okay. And that one too and I want. Yes. Okay. We've got a big problem. It sounds like if you had a whole warehouse one warehouse I worked for a lot of different people. Oh, this was this was just one time and sitting down with him. You know, of course, you do your research, and you have your sets of questions you won't ask the guy, but I wasn't expecting him to smile with his amazing mustache, by the way. And so funny recall what it was like laundering money through prostitutes in the eighties in Miami. I just wasn't expecting then them as officers for show companies. They would give you their their name and their ID for a couple of hundred dollars and they didn't have to have sex, but they could be officers of fictitious company. Exactly. Right. And I I just wasn't expecting the sense memory in his face to show end Bill. You know, that that's the kind of storytelling that I think is the, you know, I I look every the New York Times cover to cover every day. Can't imagine what real journalists have to go through to get these stories. There was a crazy weird joy about doing a hybrid series sitting in front of him former money launderer from the eighties. Who has just is just telling you story after straffed story that couldn't really end up in an article, but can end up on a on a streaming show. So the in that sense. It was a weird like it was kind of a weird hybrid people. Who remember the big shore will remember him with Margot Robbie where she's in a bathtub explaining subprime mortgages, you do something similar in this series with a singer Meghan Trainor who explains futures contract. It's kinda like a concert ticket tickets could solve months before actually before the contract is based on demand. I wouldn't chart a hundred dollars singing and arena fighting thing. I could sell it out. You could sell out the moon. Thank you hype. Man. Concert tickets, Wayne advanced because his resume. Meghan Trainor goes on to explain like what a future means. In terms of what the expectation is how it's valued. Based on what the buyer is going to get. And it really explains futures very well. And I'm wondering when you step back as somebody who is interested in this topic. Were there things that you thought you understood? But didn't. Yeah. I think the the futures examples actually a good one the at the end of that clip. She likens part of it too scalping and scalping tickets and to me like really when I saw that episode even though I had spent four months working on the series that wrapped up a lot of outstanding questions. I had rose trying to find the analogy trying to find the comparison. Obviously, that's that's not what I do. And and there were a lot of examples like that, you know, that episode on rubber was a particularly challenging one for us because to get this is a show that focused on the macro right in on on systems. But there were people we met and farmers. We spent time with whose livelihood are. You know being ruined by everyone from. The middleman who was nice enough to show us around his factory to you know, these future traitors. And it's I think it's easier, particularly for those of us who are actors right will like our lives are emotional, and we create emotion, it was kind of tough to have to be mature there and to say, okay, I need to find out more information about this. And I can't just sit here thinking this guy is the enemy, right? We're we're used to thinking and polarizing terms, and I think having those explainers having an analogy to something like ticket scalping really puts that in

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 Premier League: Things to look out for this weekend

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Premier League: Things to look out for this weekend

"It is a crucial weekend in the race to win the Premier League title Liverpool trailing Manchester City only on goal difference. As things stand Liverpool play on Saturday. They will go talk if they avoid defeat only facility to have the chance to retake the lead. If at least match that result when they play Chelsea on Sunday. Meanwhile, Fulham have the difficult task of stopping in for Manchester United. They're gonna Solskjaer has won nine of his taming games in charge of United. But full of around Arabia is backing his players to end up sooner or later. They had to lose one metronome. Why not against us? We have to be positive. We have to fight because if you fight you can lose it. If you don't fight you lose before you play. This is my

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"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Super goal bursting through the center it was his own initiative that started the move the one two and then the beautiful finish his first goal since October. He I feel like he needed that. We all of us together. Collectively we needed that? Because all we had really was a lot of transfer talk about him going to Chelsea not much action to talk about. And that was good. This has been so much on certainty with him. And that's just a thing that we have not of all the things that we've talked about with him over the last two years uncertainty has not been one of them. He's you know, he's been playing Champions League fixtures, and he's been a lockdown first team starter. And we're we were told by step boot's go who covers Bruce Dorman for ESPN that oh, don't worry pool. Sick. His he's fine here, don't worry about offense grit. But he I mean, he didn't see Coleman. No. So there's been a lot of uncertainty with people sick. He's been passed by Jaden Sancho. And so I think. This was you know, again, they lost. But he scored that goal in extra-time super goal. Yeah. And it was a very important goal. So I don't know. Hopefully, you know, maybe that that kind of gets back and Lucienne FARs rotation in at least some way because we do want him to continue even though he's you know, he's not a Bruce Dortmund player really going forward after the season. But we would like him to keep playing there for now just to continue to improve and progress as he has like we always say these guys have to play they have to play. We never thought that would be a concern for him. But it has been of late. So I was very very happy to see that two that happen JJ. What's watch for we mentioned one COPA? Del Rey semi final first leg that took place today. There's another one tomorrow at three o'clock rail Batiz and Valencia EPL L Saturday seven thirty AM PM on here. But that would be weird Fulham and Manchester United and they're all important for Fulham now in there. Kind of important for Manchester United as well as this battle for the top four is shaping up to be a very very interesting one. Why does that feel like that could be wildly entertained? You know, Fulham are going to have to attack. There's a gung ho attitude about some of the players that they have United obviously will be away from home. That means they'll they'll sit back just that little bit. And then they'll spring that counter with the Fosse white players that they have I don't know. This could be a good one. I know I know and especially with the era of good feelings continuing after their one nil victory over the week. You said it friend. That goal though. Popo was ball. Yeah. Ashford just perfectly chip perfectly-weighted over the top or any rash. Vard's I touch which is something that I'm seeing more and more with him. I think he's a. His awareness of of where he is in terms of the goal is very good to his first touches good. He's he could turn out to be a gym of striker like people are so quick to criticize on when things were going bad. Under Marino news plano to position. A chance would emerge for him. Any miss it? And people will get on his back so quickly. That's all changed. Now. I will say this though, Lester were well capable of getting a point in that game. Probably should have had one. There was a couple of moments. Johnny Evans, header from a corner. It's almost like he didn't want to score against United against his old team. You know, talking about rash. I touch don't like this is a broad soccer question. We think I'm starting to feel like like when I see a player like what is the what is the greatest indicator in this sport of how talented a player is for and the more. I watched was more than I think it's it's that even in my brief brief shot a plan, professional football or semi professional football. When Rovers opened up their trials when I was seventeen rating 'cause it's cheaper to bring in that local junior soccer players. So I went and I spent about a month with them. I could do a lot of things I could strike the ball decently..

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Leicester City coming to terms with tragedy

Correspondents Report

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Leicester City coming to terms with tragedy

"L correspondent Samantha holy hasn't been in London long, and she's still very much settling in but already she's had a major football initiation in the face of a tragedy that deeply affecting one of the clubs that club is listed city, which until recently was heading towards administration, then Thai billionaire put millions into the club, and there was a fairytale turnarounds. So after a helicopter crash at a match England's love of football became even clearer cement, the holy fouled is. Six degrees at Claven cottage little football stadium with a history. Dating back over three hundred years originally a Royal hunting lodge. It's now home for the Fulham football club on the banks of the river tames on the lung the twenty five thousand people who've come along to watch the match. The name. It's move for you experience. Rather than the superman. The crowds are noisy, but will behaved no alcohol allowed in the stadium. So most Gaza was much beer as they can before they enter and then again at half time. The passion is very real and the crowd enthusiastic. In the end it was an enjoyable after noon out, but at fifty pounds or around ninety dollars a ticket. I doubt I'll be back. But my deduction to England's love of football returns in the evening when I'm at home a helicopter owned by the head of list of city football club has crashed after a match in the city. I begin filing from helicopter crashed after a football. And we jump on a train and head to the city in a way, I feel my past and current life. Have for a brief moment collided. I'm reminded immediately of my time living in Thailand, the Thai billionaire bought the list of city club in twenty ten was down and out and hitting the administration. He plowed millions of dollars into the club and the community to bring about a fairytale turnaround. The club won the premiership in twenty sixteen and if. Was in any doubt that the Brits feel deeply about the sports outside the stadium where we stood in the freezing cold. They kept coming through the day and night, we've flowers balloons club t shirts and scarves, the makeshift memorial. Just hit on growing to see everything. You know, what it's because you know, such story pose at the game last night and of which will give a half an hour later on and I've been one of the tod stiles actually come out stadium from. So it's really sad is just as amazing for someone personally know yet the such a connection there. And how is because you part of the communities will do which hospitals around here, which is so sad because of the people involved to just pay respects for visits to the owner and the rest of people on board. Let's impeach Herbie impact on the community must've, well, unless it must have been passed same as when it came to the obviously we will lead. Where he's to the club is to shock to shocking. Who's is so much to the city the Termine and the the whole of firmly and awful. So with the firmly at this time, so that's basically from down two loss to the northern. How community everybody's feeling that so many people don't ever suppose, so many flowers, we've just put some flowers down in the shirt of it will shirt, you know, so basically the communities devastate further, and so I'm not a football lover. But I know is a journalist. It's important for me to understand why British people love football. And why it means so much to them? And I think I have a better understanding of that. This is Samantha holy in London for correspondence for.

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"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Should they want to keep them? The question. No is not what. The United want to keep them. I'm damn sure they do. But I don't think he wants to stay not at this United in its current guise. While if he's going to be playing than I I'm guessing he's okay with it. Now, he did want to leave. Yeah. But window, the first, you know, the way Marino's chopped and changed this with his team the first sign of trouble. I don't think he can rely on the manager to back him again. I'm just saying I'm guessing every player on that. Just United feels that way. You you just don't you can't it's hard to trust drowsy Marino, having your back. Luke, Luke Shaw. He just stuck in there. He waited and waited and waited and waited and now he's got a five year contract. Yeah. And finally Fulham they got to really be feeling the heat. Now's they lose to born meth who continue to roll three Nell Fulham of conceded. Twenty eight goals that is tied for the most in primarily history through ten games with Barnsley of ninety seven ninety eight who are spectacularly bad and surprising. Southampton of two thousand twelve thirteen which I would not have guessed because there were good defenders. You would have thought it would have been a in the terms of the bad stakes that would have been a Derby County or assigned or remember that you're with Blackpoll where felt like they were fun to watch. They scored a lot of goals, but God they considered a lot to. But. Yeah, if I'm if I'm Fulham right now, only, I think it was just one shot on target for them because. Okay. If you're not going to defend fine. That's one thing. But the one thing we look out with Fulham is that they're supposed to be pretty, you know, prolific and attack at least they were a year ago. And like, they're just not doing anything. Do. You know, is hilarious will not hilarious if you're fan. But remember the piece of analysis? They did about it. They're defending specifically right back. Well this week Fulham on right back. Bingo. We at Timothy full sue Mensah who gives away the opening goal from a penalty now adore in ream we need to talk about them. Again. They were bad again. I they've Tim mad of the two Royal? I will actually I'll do you favor. I won't talk about how Brooke. Breezed Bassem like he was a pensioner on his way to the bus stop and some young ruffian was running off his handbag. Thank you for leaving that out. I couldn't even do it. But the two Robbie's made a great point about of full. They said they talked about you kind of H and they talked about the stay at the team rain. I said, and they agreed with me through the TV. God I was like there's no shape defense. This is something Andrew that is not being done on the training ground. Like, the the two Robbie said you can get this team organiz much more defensively with the personnel. They have they can do it. It's not being done or if it's being done. It's been done poorly. I mean, the shapeless their antibodies anybody Sino, and they're they remain obviously in the relegation zone, which is frightening for them because you wonder by the time they figured out if they ever do figure it out. Will it be too little too late? I think if I inserted you at right back at Craven Cottage. You would exude more of a sense of calm than those defendants. The I have to play centre-half. I don't think I have the fitness for for a fullback was. We'll put you sent her have. We would you have the leadership skills. Definitely commanded back for one hundred percent, right. Oh, okay. We're gonna test that out. Right. So we've just cleared the ball. They've got some we're moving out of her own penalty box. I want your best step up. So we want to step up as a line just say go. No. I'm not gonna do that. I'm sorry. I'm not a circus animal. I don't just perform on on Q just the way I operate or leadership skills. You can't even to my own drum. That's a leader. You can't even pretend went tells me what to do. Let's see we move on. Now JJ to defend your addition for Fulham the classic. Oh five. Five one the else ethical. I would never say that five one it goes to Barcelona and it just looked so easy for them..

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"fulham" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Should they want to keep them? The question. No is not what. The United want to keep them. I'm damn sure they do. But I don't think he wants to stay not at this United in its current guise. While if he's going to be playing than I I'm guessing he's okay with it. Now, he did want to leave. Yeah. But window, the first, you know, the way Marino's chopped and changed this with his team the first sign of trouble. I don't think he can rely on the manager to back him again. I'm just saying I'm guessing every player on that. Just United feels that way. You you just don't you can't it's hard to trust drowsy Marino, having your back. Luke, Luke Shaw. He just stuck in there. He waited and waited and waited and waited and now he's got a five year contract. Yeah. And finally Fulham they got to really be feeling the heat. Now's they lose to born meth who continue to roll three Nell Fulham of conceded. Twenty eight goals that is tied for the most in primarily history through ten games with Barnsley of ninety seven ninety eight who are spectacularly bad and surprising. Southampton of two thousand twelve thirteen which I would not have guessed because there were good defenders. You would have thought it would have been a in the terms of the bad stakes that would have been a Derby County or assigned or remember that you're with Blackpoll where felt like they were fun to watch. They scored a lot of goals, but God they considered a lot to. But. Yeah, if I'm if I'm Fulham right now, only, I think it was just one shot on target for them because. Okay. If you're not going to defend fine. That's one thing. But the one thing we look out with Fulham is that they're supposed to be pretty, you know, prolific and attack at least they were a year ago. And like, they're just not doing anything. Do. You know, is hilarious will not hilarious if you're fan. But remember the piece of analysis? They did about it. They're defending specifically right back. Well this week Fulham on right back. Bingo. We at Timothy full sue Mensah who gives away the opening goal from a penalty now adore in ream we need to talk about them. Again. They were bad again. I they've Tim mad of the two Royal? I will actually I'll do you favor. I won't talk about how Brooke. Breezed Bassem like he was a pensioner on his way to the bus stop and some young ruffian was running off his handbag. Thank you for leaving that out. I couldn't even do it. But the two Robbie's made a great point about of full. They said they talked about you kind of H and they talked about the stay at the team rain. I said, and they agreed with me through the TV. God I was like there's no shape defense. This is something Andrew that is not being done on the training ground. Like, the the two Robbie said you can get this team organiz much more defensively with the personnel. They have they can do it. It's not being done or if it's being done. It's been done poorly. I mean, the shapeless their antibodies anybody Sino, and they're they remain obviously in the relegation zone, which is frightening for them because you wonder by the time they figured out if they ever do figure it out. Will it be too little too late? I think if I inserted you at right back at Craven Cottage. You would exude more of a sense of calm than those defendants. The I have to play centre-half. I don't think I have the fitness for for a fullback was. We'll put you sent her have. We would you have the leadership skills. Definitely commanded back for one hundred percent, right. Oh, okay. We're gonna test that out. Right. So we've just cleared the ball. They've got some we're moving out of her own penalty box. I want your best step up. So we want to step up as a line just say go. No. I'm not gonna do that. I'm sorry. I'm not a circus animal. I don't just perform on on Q just the way I operate or leadership skills. You can't even to my own drum. That's a leader. You can't even pretend went tells me what to do. Let's see we move on. Now JJ to defend your addition for Fulham the classic. Oh five. Five one the else ethical. I would never say that five one it goes to Barcelona and it just looked so easy for them..

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"fulham" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sunk applies I said, you know, I said I knew John fair when it. Got, me no I imagine it Oh, you absolutely nowhere Who? You, mentioned to you I. Have no clue except John they ought to. Pulse of about forty? Nine? What's amazing to me seriously John ferris flying into, Heathrow magical. Night last night perfect view there's, all these big football stadiums and I don't know which one is which could, have named them for you I've, given you. A map with the London club's, on so you should know what you're up in first class way way back Even coach I'm sure I'm, finishing yeah well you know but but what are the stadiums, in the Heathrow seriously, so, on on the. East side of London you'd have West Ham and on, the west side of London you'd see Stamford Bridge Chelsea Fulham, as well Sure how you, flew? In Chelsea would have been blow Tom I'm, not sure how you flew in from which direction because sometimes, she said Kelly Heathrow, and, just got random Stream so we went in straight in last night, as. Well John Farrow New York I'm Tom Kean in London futures at negative four stay with us this is Bloomberg From. New York City is Michael buff Jonathan Tom thank you very much lawmakers on both sides of the aisle appears shocked after, President Trump signed with Russian President Vladimir Putin during an appearance. In l. Sankey yesterday Trump says that he believed Putin's denial of interfering. In the two thousand sixteen elections going against US intelligence. Officials Republican Senator John. McCain called it one of the most disgraceful performances by an American. President in memory According to the Kushner companies a lawsuit alleging. Harassed a group. Of Brooklyn tenants and. Expose them. To carcinogens during construction is totally without merit statement from the family firm wants run. By presidential adviser Jared Kushner says tenants were never pressured to leave their apartments and intends to fight the suit, global, news, twenty four hours a. Day on air and a tick tock. On Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and. Analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Michael Barr this is Bloomberg com Michael Barr thanks much Jillian and over, at Bloomberg television outlets smart note to be moments ago she's. Watching the indices in the effect of net flicks hammered this morning Another way to put it..

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"fulham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Eleven minutes of fulham versus blackbird courses at midnight but it seemed the public weren't particularly ready for it at that time but i think in those eleven years we really have moved on a great deal and that's the point isn't it alex moved on because people have moved on anyway in the way they regard these things but also moved on because women and women's football is a much bigger deal excuse me sorry i'll go bad for women's football in their success obviously at team gb the olympics when we it over here and obviously current medal at the world cup in canada it's really raised the profile of women's football which is now helped with me making the transition into that side but it is people like jackie what you don eleven years ago has paved the way for the next generation of us coming through it's more accepted because jackie was knocking on doors and pushing boundaries and that's helped us an honest yeah i think is exposed ways i'm going there i know i've been in world cups i know the emotions the feelings but then i also know a responsibility that they're all young girls watching at home and i think it's great that they can turn on the tv and save me in the wrong side the rest of the mouth and lock it in the it's normal and hopefully employers tom fossil when we get to the next world cup it won't even be a topic of discussion it will actually be the norm now does it change football jackie it doesn't change football i think it just becomes more inclusive i think for many many years we just used to seeing and hearing men talk about men's football whereas now as i said and thanks to people such as alex a women talking about football has become a lot more normal and that's where i had issues eleven years ago it was people just weren't used to it but now it has become normalized we've got other female pundits and people are there on merit because they know about football they've been brought up with it and i think it does send out a message to people watching.

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"fulham" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on Dreamland

"Yes the l image has been used a lot a lot of people who've had they encountered a contra member view have weekly vix on now you had massive number of encounters a lot of people actually have experienced with als i had a very strange one many many years ago yeah the whole thing is religion has sort of and why it's it's great when works reloaded it's fantastic and we need religion to to help people to understand discipline of fit but a lot of heck lhasa misinterpreted teachings have been put through in that humans of creative god in their own image humans of created the angels' in their image but the creative things the what what people don't understand is that the human full isn't always as it is on us through the universe it can type many fulham's humans can be developed from any animals spacey's they don't always mile in primate still quite the here so they can't guess can take many forms and so the creative things kind for many many different planets so i'm sure that they would have been something that full a good example of an illustration of this is the one ginette paintings in in new cried in ritual tradition agenda how many people of your wife maybe with but they used in stride off off h at some of them in my book and i had that allah like appearance because that that's the foam that the taste took back then as rise still do so it's it's become sort of i think that they are all the culture the.

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"fulham" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Yeah i guess we're trying to do the same thing as well but this the semi of the thing i'll be working i'll why am i doing this by handle why is this nothing ticked up automatically as just a source of frustration that i think we can improve right and it's not that developers are lazing you need to write code for them no that's not it but the more can focus just on what i wanna do in the more a tool can fill in the plumbing code i mean that's what microsoft is all about that's what their languages and tools are all about you're just taking it to that next level yeah essentially just wanna make your lives easier basically we like that and i still feel like the disaster flavors zaman is kind of a wrestling match like it's still you know it's not a perfect fit over either or android yeah i would agree with that i guess i'm my background is not really from tubby ps also allot semi resemble that i've known has always been summoned fulham's right my to spec probably bit skewed i'm also say your perspective is more relevant because more it's like it's about the mobile guys yeah in personally i i love them is to develop because there's a one to one mapping from that's what you declaring card the nets the symbol the get it's it's really really stressful to toiling full it's it's good there.

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"fulham" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Yeah i guess we're trying to do the same thing as well but this the semi of the thing i'll be working i'll why am i doing this by handle why is this nothing ticked up automatically as just a source of frustration that i think we can improve right and it's not that developers are lazing you need to write code for them no that's not it but the more can focus just on what i wanna do in the more a tool can fill in the plumbing code i mean that's what microsoft is all about that's what their languages and tools are all about you're just taking it to that next level yeah essentially just wanna make your lives easier basically we like that and i still feel like the disaster flavors zaman is kind of a wrestling match like it's still you know it's not a perfect fit over either or android yeah i would agree with that i guess i'm my background is not really from tubby ps also allot semi resemble that i've known has always been summoned fulham's right my to spec probably bit skewed i'm also say your perspective is more relevant because more it's like it's about the mobile guys yeah in personally i i love them is to develop because there's a one to one mapping from that's what you declaring card the nets the symbol the get it's it's really really stressful to toiling full it's it's good there.

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"fulham" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Thank you you know i am for a conservative incredibly libertarian about questions of of saxe item of faithful husband and i would recommend that lifestyle to anybody but if you live different lifestyle if you're gay if you're you know a promiscuous and as long as not hurting anybody was frightening the horses i it's none of my business convinced me them wrong as christians i think has there are two horizons that really shave povey of sex and does the horizon of the original creation and then there's horizon of the age to come on in both of those horizons there was an emphasis upon male and female and the significance of our bodies as being means of engaging with the world in a way that honors god so within the original creation the creation of man and woman is a creation for the sake of the the wider world we're not just created for our own pleasure to enjoy ourselves relationship with each other but to serve the wider reality of the creation so when you think about the relationship between men and women it's a relationship that is generative full the structures of society for the structure of the family for the structures of the generations from one generation to another and it's something that fills fulham's also show live and so within traditional societies as they've recognized marriage is not merely been about a couple of people who am enjoy each other and the celebration of sexual intimacy rather celebration of a fomative relationship for society as a whole for human life in the creation of for means of reflecting god's own creative rule within the weld as god foams fills his creation and so that emphasis is one that we bear out within the celebration of marriage not just the celebration individuals and intimacy but of a relationship that has generative character to it and also as a result of that think at particular form of the discipline of hospitality is a means by which we take the world into a lives and also a means by which we go out into the world and bring life out into it and so the sanctioning of a particular sexual union is about that it's about not just this private bond that exists in the bedroom but about something that is fomative.

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"fulham" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on WDRC

"And as black as fulham when he lives face every year in the blaze his own aw huawei way dji and the no no bravo true in a written shocked what it bring era great save money and then real with me in this day la la trai the and and the.

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"fulham" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"You know it she's got great ideas and she's a beautiful i in in great uh uh attention to detail but it's just not realistic for for our lives in and it's not just martha i take it out on her and and i don't i don't necessarily mean too but there's this whole the media bombards us with this image of the super mom with with a baby in one hand and a frying pan fulham money and the other hand in she's dressed impeccably her are the best and it's just unrealistic in my hope is to sort of rail against that two people to tension to marsa as just spectators to watch her or do you think people really try to become her a lotta women uh base their self worth on how neat their home is in how tony their parties are and how sheikh they are in it it you know and they're war work ethic you know it it there's just too many the bar at too high on every level is in your here to lower it added honest to god that as my whole philosophy is to lower your standards and and be happy with it now and not think of it so much as a failure as it is accepting the fact that that you can only do so much and enjoy in your life instead of hot glueing and rearranging pantry items it's it's finding your priorities so if someone is going to start to lower the bar you're where do you where do you start first and foremost is recognizing the problem the mini think about what perfectionism is and and and even how it relates to the to the way your modeling to your children you know you're you're telling people you're you're basically telling your kids that you had to blow people away when they come to visit said that they'll iq that perfectly folded shirts and clean faces equalled the perfect family that chipped kill yourself to prove to others that you've you know that you've made it at spotless houses more important than than fun and and maybe even like work has more.

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"fulham" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

Forbes Sports Money

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"fulham" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

"Just go and across the pond with the soccer team fulham i mean obviously the if you look at the rights fees that the top domestic leagues have been signing of course the premier carrier leagues was by far the biggest but even syria a in italy the bundesliga their meteorite steals our are now climbing as the just like the deals for the us sports leagues have been over the past decade house business at fulham uh i can businesses very good but don't to add to what you were saying there's one big difference um you know i was uh uh i ran into uh a guy at oxford who doesn't want to research done hired the revenue on soccer the higher the losses okay uh which is a staggering fact so when you look you know why they don't have control over their costs so be higher revenue doesn't translate into um investment that you could keep putting in for sustainability in improving the experience uh nfl um the higher the revenue obviously the players cost goes up proportionally but you still have uh funds to be able to invest in the experience so that is one big difference that business can be very good but uh and it is very good and uh you know at fulham um you know we've got a blessed with absolutely a great location on the north thank of it times and you know we have developed now real estate development and final stages for approvals which will add significantly more non gamed their revenue.

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