18 Burst results for "John Sutcliffe"

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The bacon even at the end were pretty good did you put any water in the air yeah good good you didn't over do it though because that's when the term watery eggs come from from putting too much water in a yeah people like to put milk in but that's not the proper way to make a I typically would put milk in but I've got a seventeen month old who has a dairy allergy so I even forgot to put the cheese I would drop in cheese early we got it in late writers are coming off the grill I thought it could be used a little more but I have sought a peppery though so I was at the mercy of the kitchen guys by the eggs and bacon yesterday when I was coming down from the Pro Bowl and so no salt pepper came with Airbnb the that were Stan and but we do understand where the term bacon bits came from because it was somebody somebody who made bacon like you I mean he's taking kosher bake so B. K. may I tell me about your travels I mean it's been almost a good ten days since you've been back home the Colorado started off at the senior bowl and ended yesterday with the with the fare well in the goodbye to the Pro Bowl as the last about Broncos have played their season and now you're here at the Superbowl what's it feel like to have gone through those three very different parts of the professional football game well it it's it's just so interesting to be around the kids and to see the enthusiasm at the senior bowl and how wide eyed they are and how they'll give their phone number anybody exam of your stay out of your radio person are you a GM whatever it may be and those guys it all they want is a chance right you see the kid like can law we talk about who probably can be a top ten top fifteen pick at the lowest he may be in a probable sooner than later and any of those kids could be to then get to the Pro Bowl where you're talking about the cream of the crop best of the best and for a guy like von Miller it's old hat raise eight probable in nine years and he's Melvin Ingram is is probable brothers he kill at least playing cards with the Miller family all week all weekend over there to probable hotel and they're just hanging out but the Cortland Sutton is wide eyed as those young kids are just try to get the league Corgan's out try to figure out how do I stay at the Pro Bowl and so I was ready for it to culminate with the fund in Orlando for hopped on Florida's turnpike come down and see you guys and then we all know what ends up happening obviously minutes before kick off the Kobe Bryant new starts circulate I'm talking Omar Ruiz from NFL network and we both are looking at our phones and it's like holy crap and he's LA guy born raised and so we're trying to find anybody be on TMZ that has an ABC seven has it and we're like okay comes in fifteen minutes turns out Pete Carroll talked about with the NCTM John Harbaugh talked of the ACT minute definitely as it did across the world not just the NBA world even the sports world but just a across the globe put a dark cloud on what was otherwise a really fun day and so von Miller I talk you postgame cut it to less than ninety seconds not because you're trying to be rude or didn't enjoy winning the probable for however many times one of rolled on extra money that comes with the U. twice as much money but one Miller was just having a hard time raptor minds like this Kobe things really got me and he's like sorry guys and just walk there is like thanks guys and walks away he did Instagram a couple of photos with him and Kobe together but yeah I mean you know look at at the end of the day professional athletes rid respect in each game respects game and Kobe was at the at the very top of the pyramid you know especially after you know Michael Jordan and then you know lebron kind of has carried the torch since Kobe retired is it is real real tough but I will tape in white you know I was going back and forth between obviously the news on the plane and then I clicked on ESPN on the plane is all the troubles on and watch a little bit of a bit of it in by the way was finally records that got into the game second and he made an immediate impact I mean large Jackson it was it look it appeared it was his favorite target was hitting was hitting the big fell yeah I was you got down to the end zone is finding mark Anders is his actual favorite target but yeah he was he was getting Carlson involve on was me playing a little harder than Tyron Smith the Russell Wilson like these get after early in and but grew reasonable times we actually sacked Russell Wilson had there not been a couple defense of scores he might have a shot at defensive MVP which no longer comes with a car office with defense very be no more cars Marriott's given week long vacations so that does not even add up me when that is clear others that as far as the Kobe thing to look here are the exact same age he graduate high school just like I did in ninety six I remember watching him the McDonald's all American game and known about him coming in and seeing them get drafted and obviously the nuggets and Lakers played a million times in the playoffs series and Western Conference finals what what's there is a known I was going to release earlier I've had conversations with them a million athletes and plenty of NBA guys other than basketball questions with Kobe I just never engage with them I didn't I didn't see him out and certainly wasn't avoiding him so Michael B. stories are just as an admirer somebody who's the exact same age and followed it ever every second of his career liked it when he played well but you know it wasn't devastated if they lost and you know and these I was yet so many young kids I've got young kids its it's it will be hard to wrap your mind around and put it into words and to see those guys at the Pro Bowl trying to process it that was tough and then the the toughest thing honestly it wasn't the players it was Lisa Salters who I think was on the sideline for everyone of Kobe's championships and the finals losses as well because they can see that the NBA now for so long and right after we talk to drew Brees on west through one she talked to on ESPN before they go to or through this trying to get some more detail I'm standing right there is close to nine do you judge is listening and then there's like yeah I only met him once I was really got to know more how well did you know men and Lee Salters who'd been pretty much crying Welling up from the second the news hit and we kept seeing around the field she's like oh no he was my guy I mean he was my guy and so no telling how close that relationship was as you know a journalist and a and a player can be well you know if if if a if a player can trust the journalists there as thick as thieves sure and you know they have big because that trust is is something you mean you either have it or you don't and I'm in it got me thinking now and and we talked a couple weeks ago briefly and we'll we'll keep it brief but when you and I did that show on the day of the of the theater shooting and we still had a job to do despite it being very personal the to us not just as humans but obviously with Jesse being an intern for us at the time and somebody that I knew that I consider myself close with to still have to go do the job because that's the job that we get paid to do Lisa Salters there looks to be called was in the building there were other people John Sutcliffe was working for ESPN deport as a bright and figured out a way to double a month but I'm sure Lisa was adamant about wanting to work and and you know and in other times down the road I'll ask her about that because whenever she wasn't on camera her make a person was on normally the sideline reporters make a person season halftime pre game and halftime her make up person had to stand next to the whole game because she just kept getting so sad and and tearing up as you would expect someone who loses someone that close so it was you know it was obviously just a a tragic day and so to be there and experience that was someone that I know was so close to Kobe and then the the players well just looked up to him it was it was a means to reels I think the it's gonna be one of those moments you know when JFK died talk to people that were alive in around my mom was in junior high in Dallas and obviously we all remember where we were on nine eleven for me this moment is going to be up there I'm gonna always remember being at the Pro Bowl hearing minutes before kickoff about Kobe's tragic passing yeah N. B. K. the the the athletic world certainly is reaching out and and making comments but when you see politicians and other world leaders say things that are glowing about Kobe Bryant it just tells you that real impact and of course the entertainment world last night as we had on the ward so go on Larry had the Grammy awards are happening at the staples center by the way everybody was gathering a by the way Kobe statue was not there yet they are unveiling eight there in them they're making the Kobe statue as we speak it's been happening on of their changing it or they'll change it at all fill out his daughter and her I'm just going out there believing in Crimea because we have to meet you and I assumed yesterday that statue was already up right yeah no I was listening to what Kenny Smith the Jack losing him this morning and though they are they're getting ready to unveil the Kobe stature because this is the first year of eligibility for hall of fame yes and they probably wanted to coincide with okay you're not all pain now we released a statue because he's already have their numbers retired in in the building right instead of just doing that you do something bigger Jack just got his that you a little while ago right and magic has is that you Kareem masses that are you and so we knew Kobe statue was it was obviously come in and we already see him Tim Duncan Kevin Garnett headline the next all hall of fame class so I I will be here see if they they modify this that your scrap it and and start over and do something different or not I don't know why you would but the guy was a phenomenal basketball player in to see the reaction from those sports community from your vantage point must have been a little different because we're talking about the who the who of who in the world of football yeah and numbers tributes on the field there with the whole Annecy team mimicked step back jumper at one point and then I think it's after dark death my scored maybe it was obviously something that that definitely affected those players and there was a moment of silence that early in the second half where they you know threw up a tribute to him real quickly on on the scoreboard but again I'll just go back to just how surreal it it was yesterday and still continues to be as were trying to talk through it and trying to process it and trying to make sense of it it's it's certainly not easy to do and it's on for it's always unfortunate but special because right now is such a huge week for American sports right we can do this every year big al because the Superbowl is a celebration of America's biggest support with the biggest game in this you got some of the biggest names biggest stars biggest night session biggest assets out all of the I can't imagine anywhere here the Monday we're here on a Monday night game is is a week away right and I I think the only thing that rivals it maybe be the World Cup you know yeah I know my should only a couple glow London other than that it's hard to say the US singular it bit where you can point to on a date that you say Hey there it is out there let's go ahead and talk about it like it's you know it's gonna happen and then when it happens it is as big as it is if this is the Super Bowl I mean what a great name the described the game that's about to happen that's Super Bowl not the normal bowl not the good bowl this is not the a great bold this is the Super Bowl yeah it is you they have all these banners hang above us when you look up here inside the convention center big al you've won two these of these banners that are hanging up in here at least three of four but I'll take the two did I have I'm greedy like that.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Doesn't yeah who is this there's also a credential hello can I finish the question time out the twenty or for our full well all yeah this will be our support center that single can we don't worry don't yeah it's like that guy crash the Oscars things like that you know you get in trouble for a little while but I your fans very well done by Doug Peterson and that fan he did get out sports center and as you mentioned going to Waco how is by Aaron Rodgers and the Packers clinch their first division title since two thousand sixteen with a win over the Vikings are multiplied football after the game Rodgers joined ESPN Deportes John Sutcliffe how would you describe this winter and would fail those results really started on Tues again as soon as it originally bottoms but it but I'm going to put you miss when I finally finally if you like yes the Grande tequila and Phillies allowed to go free but it but the first thing was we fail it's like okay that's the first thing is supposed to come to your mind how often have you heard that way yeah that's that's I'll get very ugly so he actually I didn't realize that so he actually has pretty good so you must have a little more Spanish now soldier those documents Kirk cousins must been talking occur because of an affable record Rogers have Wu wear Rogers I'm fine and speaking of ESPN Deportes this is what it sounded like on ESPN support base when Eastern Michigan quarterback Michael after multiple punches with ten seconds left in the eagles quick lane bowl loss versus Pittsburgh what were you able okay loans have better deal completamente play pay one of the Seattle office yeah okay you'll glass echo a bit better than the last syllable postura yes No foot instead of months in federal the foil that body it's a big your an OP Sierra it's a good that's fail it's and it was it was ugly last night and there's a lot of debate on Twitter about whether or not the referee flopped we we post that the collector we go Twitter handle and some people saying yes red triangle brought lebron has nothing to do with that yes yes it always is do the bright house sports through everything comes back to liberal you say the officials doing incredible bodies out of your stepped out to stand some folks coming to the officials defense saying yet might better he just try to get out of the way he did know what was coming next right now I have you ever had a a punch go was read by your face it's a little bit shocking and so I think that official I think he expected to have been hit as these did what they would do have you been here I think there was a glancing blow I really do you know some driver I make my own office yeah I am in a life nearly frame by frame no clue decisively there was no contact face it was strictly Bram now I will accept the explanation that this RAF was merely trying to avoid ventrally being hit by a subsequent punch I'm all in on that one I'm okay with it but if you were trying to tell me that the sheer force of contacting the brim is enough to knock this referee down Trevor we're gonna have to have a war because you are supposed to be our must okay during the break you put on a broom and we'll see what Mike glass versus last which I.

 McIlroy opens with 63 has Woods struggles in Mexico debut

SportsCenter AllNight

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

McIlroy opens with 63 has Woods struggles in Mexico debut

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We didn't know we were like it's a niche mitch market we just want to do it because it we liked it you know and and it's what we know we convinced them to to send us and they listen this was in motion before the us ms damn crap out of world cup contention so this was already a thing but it goes to show you the response the reception how great spin and maybe there's something more there and it's been dude it's been a lot of fun it's been hectic at times having to deal with you and how neurotic you can get when it comes to all things mexico but it's it's really been fun rewarding and it's it's kind of connected me to people in a different way the next year we we talked about this before all maksim her representation matters and the idea that there's a couple of mexican american kids on sportscenter talking about the mexican national team in english was a decision that people way up of our cities pan made you take this with grants all right i'll absolutely say you know if you want to do this as me kissing my bosses but that's fine but they made a decision and not every network out there makes that decision not investment investment we know what it costs yes cheap for you meet adam do this trip was cheap i mean let's just go per second it's transportation if for its transportation wholesale it's transportation while you're in russia it security it's translators it's guy we got like a five person team here i it's it's a lot of work effort that goes into giving you guys all this content and so look here's why i wanted to bring that up this podcast was started for this coverage of the world cup and no one ever said this is a show you guys are gonna do indefinitely no one ever said they said hey we're going to send you to the world cup and we want you to start a podcast around that i now believe that we have stumbled into or and somehow also fought for something very special and so if you like this show let us know about it not not to boost our egos but so that we can can convince our bosses moving forward that do on three is a thing worth keeping around there's a decision that has to be made help us make and we've talked about we just touched the surface here when we got guys like said healed up on the show when we got guys like john sutcliffe on the show we got guys like tom marshall on the show like there's so much here and so i think like i just put out a thing on twitter hey we're getting ready to the last show send me all your questions well we're an hour into this final episode is wrap up episode so we want a little bit longer we don't have time to get to it there's i think he must have retreated because there's like one hundred i haven't returned anything well then there's look look at my look at my mentions these are all questions from the last like i have like two thousand followers and these are these are all things that they want us to talk about how the world cup in korea highlighted how the next generation of maxim players aren't very good i mean that's that's one of.

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Tell you what choice and talk to ten years really ten years we we haven't been what did you do how gossip quick quick one quick quick and it's in my book oh but we go in south africa peterson done ten years ago and south africa eight years eight years in south africa either son wanted to be sports reporter so he came up to me and said you know john my dad has decided go nickel peres will start the world cup he's not telling you guys but he's going to rotate everybody and the last friendly game in belgium against it'll be conical so i came out like a month before and guys it's a done deal there's context to this because if you remember his last few games with the national team he had two battles that he gave up i'm sorry one with the national waiting clinton was that he will not yes yes and the next weekend against blah and that's how you get it's normal former president who no companion got mad like if you're not if you're doing your job well people get mad at you bad relationships but you saying he blames you for this well he didn't start we don't talk well what happened was that day buddy sunjay mean was going to come see him and then you have to take into account the material situation dollar airings go up seven players and one of my best relationships in the national teams with under and they're roommates correct so you respect and whatever the in this world they don't have to like you have to respect your you do your stuff but i think that could go or maybe he's going to give chore all the calm before we know we've got ten minutes i do have a question how much john john's gotta go comes you tell view that your fault take showers will not read besides you know where we're footsoldiers hearing content and then we're all day working john you've experienced intimately and from far this mexican national team over god knows how many decades i c o two since oh two okay i see a change mentally ill police tuohy kano what do you see cattle pitch totally where does it come from because of this generation of players generation because you've got fifteen of planning europe some of them on going for the buck course they'd make more mexico i was talking with also what about those life i got killed when i said that what was going to he was going to go keno came and changed everything like what could have gone for the money and he says i wanna play in spain i wanna play probably my last world cup he would have made more in atlanta and he's he's been wanted by medica for a long time i wouldn't be surprised if i make at some point before for sure the way he is imagine arthur blank with home depot lebanon behind him it'd be like a monster but this team wants to different generation they say every generation we screw up we bling roman of the penalty kick we blame maxine rotary gays about great goal in lip sing we say that if lee said land this would have had to crack enough there's always we blame buffo because he played claim was an excuse there's always an excuse they get in the city stood up like i said he story they wanna stay in the history of the mexican national team forever but they gotta make history so it's all about the mental thing i do think and i insist i sat down in denmark with in manali barranco in its key it's key your thoughts how you think relax inn in a clear example of the guts was got jato i can tell you one cuddles was a lot was worried about how that kid did and he told his other that he's.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Mexican nationally budding or soda i think he had been humble have to realize who you what you have maybe if you have the best players in the world you can do more you not necessarily have the best players you do not have in plain in the best teams not playing that much so you can't push too far because it's going to break he pushed it too far against chile broke and when you say push it too far to you mean trying to go out and attack certain team who aggressive too aggressive when we talked to him today's ago he says you know now we're going to be the aggressive show career that we're better than but there's a balance to that right there so balance but against germany you had to have some precautions what do i see i told them the days like if you pay attention what you see what you work you get an idea what it's going to do yes open like surprisingly just pay attention yet he talks he gives you a lot where we've mentioned this he has certain tendencies it should be no surprise that he does things to this point what i think he will do thinking he has to have wings that are not necessarily faster there have to be more technical more online get it data it's got to be daring one on one dollars one on be able to get out of things so we've been talking with my partner creditable to get the what do i see i see your chore arrogant i might eliminate agains really because he's very going up now i it's not about it that way let's see if he wants to give memo all the confidence or elevator for that game because you know how he is might be bring alleges for the game bit dot did not have a good run with deluca in the playoffs playoffs but he did have a good run with lookout when he got back yonder bit but the last two games against a goalie in a world we just had a great audio let's go past tendencies what he sees sweden is going to be very good sappy says sally and we gotta go up we've gotta go go go get it can be waiting maybe he'll do it but let's go back to korea i see more than with the second changes centreback centrebacks as a right back who's edson lie you lie union guy yadda leftback the two midfielders are chacha hector w h in yeah he's not moving those then you insert modify began as a false nine the playmaker playmaker he has a very good mid shooting long distance shot yes you you move bela to the right side also so he's gonna play matico and got he won't take bella for sure you move to the right side you'll leave chucky on the left and you start to i could bet a buck that the brush scipio peralta will see some kind of but you just you just told us that he needs players that sounds like that's green stick at to me bought yes and juki speed vertical how about the x factor coming off the bench and then there's another into the willy wonka way of you need to have seventy two hours to recover it just happens there's enough time between sunday and saturday for this seventy two hours so when you're making the mix of the chocolate in the willy wonka chocolate factory it tells you that you can use the same mix again because it's seventy two hours has wrecked things like that but this is i'm sure gatos saudi on his coaching staff and maxine ashley employers this is a must win game for them of course and they want to go to some petersburg i i did a story in the week with we want to go to saint petersburg you gotta follow sandra milagro on instagram he's under his wife this little moxie mall favorite player is not on this is even do the hashtag says maximal mutuel gabon i couldn't call him cab on the mother puts that on how the yeah in she was saying you know four years ago the whites had.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Tickets best ticket it's coding tie it's like going to the kentucky derby no so i guess him in a frame from brazil who he knew from the school got a couple of free tickets somebody gave him too so when they walked in this be ip room wearing shorts somebody said those you can imagine those bridge those tickets to not belong to write that things like must have stolen so then he he lives with him he goes back when when when he comes back and worked with manchester city mcmahon is what usually have dinner for christmas you know it's a what's it called the boxing day day after christmas all that stuff so they had to change the christmas habits for lunch that they still do it and when i realize i said you know he's a great human being i can see what he did they weren't hurt about and they were proud but at the same time it's like letting kid grow in winning finish up growing up he's gonna come back in that they did that story i came back to mexico city you can imagine the hassle it was to sit him down and how can the now side or do a story no it was like an if we can't do it i can't sit down clown god you're saying because he s pm has the story for the powers that be within the federation to allow you supposedly have to come out from the ritual friends correct so we got there i remember rightsholders don't have john sutcliffe but it was it was it goes to show the power struggles you have everything but if i don't have long caddo sit down it doesn't come off running you have espn in bristol because it was in english and the the driving you crazy they want to get it done he'll unit done you have don't compete with accomplishment if you don't get it done it's not done correct but it was great one carlos sat down that they looked around and said take your time john told the pr john don't worry you think all the time you want in manali rondo was there because they were gonna use the room that's the first time i really talk with about around they were going to use that for some kind of meeting and then when i use my my iphone and we did video on what's up and he talked to them song for the first time twelve years i have tears in my eyes but i almost because bumps i realized what it meant for them for the mcmanus family i remember we weren't confed cup less you're here in russia in juliet on carlos wife saw me said thank you thank you for the story funk cutter watched it and he couldn't stop crying he's not going to tell you that i'll tell you and you captured the moment the facetime as part of the story for those you haven't seen it go to ucf portis poon tacoma know a lot of our audience maybe speaks the window called the window and you yes soda soda in english that window they did in english as well it was a great hit yeah just to finish the story on it you know like he showed up last year out of the blue to see them so he's gone there twice right kind of it kind of opened all not to use it open the window again the carpenter you know very humble working class people very small home great i'm in contact with him i took him a bottle doorbell tequila bitcoin caddo saurian he said will not open until he wins his first game in the world cup so imagine i bet you that bottles pop magin what what it meant for them in each showed up at like six months ago in and thomas john carlos got me on a jacket my son says it's worth two thousand pounds what should i do be proud so they'll try things new the human guy was here the working guy was there then you see what happened on sunday they way he practices and tells the players what they're going to see an imagine you played many years in mexico that doesn't happen that you play journal i wanted i wanted to ask you about that because you you've been around this team for so long you've been with carlos and see the way he works from inception from day one ten now what changes have you seen not only in the.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I peek through the window and they said that she said oh you got talked to my husband that's right off limits tom walked and then one does asked them and they said oh well okay but it will help you find a place to live in quang cuts never wanted to find a place to live so let's say maybe for a week or two they said okay you can peak and stay here we figure out where you live he ended up leaving two years in it's not really a room imagine isn't an attic it's an attic it's more late then it's like imagine there's couple of rooms immerse mall home with a bathroom and there's like a walkway that takes you to the stairs with a window okay just like a little walkway like that was his room breakfast things called for years yes so that's relived and it was i dunno to buy to that very small in that what he would do he would go to school and the university in the afternoons look look look they only had bbc tv so for hong kong to watch premier league games he would have to go to the pub but it wouldn't drink couldn't drink and then at some point we were talking look i know we'll have tequila that he likes to drink like anybody in those days it was like money issues correct fishing chips on mir efficient ships right so he walked will walk the gangs he remember tom telling me that in the park near the house you know how we we go to practice and he puts off his stephanie walks in dusting goes back and everything's got he's always has cones in his hand and he's in the field practice those things practice setting up the field this is always any pictures taken up on soda yes cones in his hand he's he's marking the field i usually something you leave for the assistant arrests into the assistant he he is a physical hooper physical that's is that's where we started that's what he does where does he get how calculated he is how meticulously is everything i can imagine waking up and says the toothbrushes two centimeters to the right that's not right i feel it yeah imagine that way so he gets that there's there's a great story because then i heard one time they were arrested in a game of manchester united i want to know the story and it's it's not technically they were arrested i remember when i went to see how did get him bolt bolton the bi p.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I found really interesting one of the reports that i've enjoyed the most is heaven thanatos audio the story where from liverpool he rents a room where he can you know spy down on the fields of of liverpool in and kind of what they were doing i think it was michael far beyond the other day said stunned federal football life years he is obsessed to appoint a sickness with soccer with the ball tell us a little bit about that story kind of how you found it and maybe more importantly how it reflects on who got low socio is this kind of obsessed human being when it comes to this game i'll tell you something up quick i was flying back from the super bowl the owner of santos alexander the universe i do i told him having dinner will sort in a couple of days like finishing nfl mogo into soccer mowed no and he says you know i was very close to signing authority for centers he has to tell you that great story about how we lived in a house in in england in manchester okay so then i'm having dinner with cottle's and i said i heard about him said it's not manchester it's liberal then i'd realize it's the luke are deaf all right once you're there you very similar but it was liverpool and he says yeah the mcmanus family on crown road number ten i think said i'm gonna find them find them i'll help you cohead find them right i said what am i going to do so i call tom marshall dom medina's cadillac called the god gotta help meetings it i am from manchester where my family lives impression was very spot on so let's make a letter okay we'll make the letter i'll tell my my brotherinlaw then when i got handwritten letter or letter a handwritten letter the actress that's all i now the mcmanus had crown road ten crown role funny stories when i met tom's brunton i said well he's not my brother boyfriends and very funny okay so wanted nothing to do with it was very funny so to make a long story short he walks up to the house and knocks and tom mcmanus opens and says yeah that's us no problem godless to callers in your in right i need to ballot of course verify you're not some crazy guys but he john suckling it's only done and the bed about a month i drove quanta crazy santiago bunuel's then directorate's analysis sports director helped me a lot who's now at the manica lua many medica he was part of convincing goggles and then what happened was kwan candles hadn't seen him in twelve years and the kind of human being hands is i don't want to use them embarrassed i haven't talked them such a long time my wife is all also embarrassed and i drove him crazy crazy you know miracles i could act this is this is this your job so i remember was thirsty he says john you know send me a text what's up jack contact their meal of contacted my other family mean by the next like winning a week i was there and then you really realize story is that he left the us trying to be a better physical trainer they told him that if we went to the university in liberal he'd be able to watch liverpool train so like any camp no like summer camp sold them something that doesn't start it was so he shows up in liverpool practice and these mr you can come when the fans come like you can come on wednesday eleven once a week right and he says hoops what am i going to do so we're liverpool train on crown road there's a street besides their facility so he walks there one day and knox in the house the lady of the house mary mcmanus the sun they wife the carpenter opens a door and he says do you have a laterite borrow and he says no delays there's no but i have a table so he he lent them the table folded up moved it imagine or saudi like if it was a prison that you wanna see a relative and he moved the table that pending over they practice greg and he did that several days and mary would say he would clean it leave it needs and come back in that was key always a wireless in control right guys good man he's clean and bring it back then he came back i guess after several days and saw the window and says can.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Either come into the latest edition of do on three podcast from rostov a much hotter city than moscow gomez i'm sebastian salazar and we are joined but the goat john sutcliffe thank you for joining us man i know you're busy guy your goat no i see when you married yourselves on the one go mister monday night is done there you go he is also a published author tells about your book throw the country it's been out for a while but but for those who don't know it's it's an interesting read no yeah i actually did it in memory of my dad i wanted to do a book you know i think we all grew up with an idol my dad was an idol i used to watch monday night football with him played golf with him watch america gains we have a home in san diego i remember once i got home and my dad seven meter on tenor and i what's up we got you so you can see medica we're going to get the signal from television one i'm taking them to eighty one eighty two so i grew up watching ten tv's at the same time every sunday every college football game any nfl game then i realized that you got home with your buddies at school and they say you guys are crazy and then today i'm still that crazy guy that gets paid to do sports actually coming out with a book in english sideline reporter they ideas to have it on on amazon and they can print it or they can do digital but i'm waiting to finish the last chapters on they'll soil so yes it's a book about follow your dreams nobody can say you can't do it my dad taught me to things he said may they teach you at school to think and get along with people and i think four years ago when who seen compared was yelling at me and screaming in the streets in in brazil he said you know what i don't give a damn more john wall i'm two blocks away he came and did a live shot with us and i'll something similar happened with juan carlos odia win i convince them i'll be very honest i told him cottle's they live isa youknowwho controls all this stuff right if you don't help us and you're going to the federation yes we live a monopoly it imagine the fox or years being could control you soccer and say who you talk to who you don't talk to that we live it's a reflection of mexico our culture of how politicians run things in our country so the fact that carlos king we did seem to supermarket it was coincidence it was luck sometimes you got to look for look so for those of you don't know you happen to be outside the training facility and we're not right holders espn is not a right whole holes her so we can't really record within you found him on the street just like any publication can't find him for interview he agreed so you hit record i mean the federation said there will be no interviews with anybody during the world cup not a rightsholder but under fiba this only applies if you are in a stadium or sanctioned event this is actually outside like find somebody the streets but at the same time i knew that he he was told not to talk but at the end of the day our camera guy mighty floor song i realized she was going to the supermarket and i said you know you already have a no let's go for it and and i really value what he did because i know he got screamed that but at the same time you took some heat yeah because just the way our policies are open tv is falling apart i think the way of watching sports has been totally different nowadays so it's not a fair competition but at the same time that's what i'm paid for to go do and find stuff you're doing your job you know in kadyrov's i i compare them and i've told him he laughed about i had explained i guess in columbia you grow up watching willie wonka and the chocolate factory no but kwan cuddles is really want and i'll tell you why you go in remember the movie all the kids are doing everything perfect synchronize and they understand what has to be done but maybe a block away nobody has no idea any clue what's going on and that's what i've always thought about one cuddles when you see and talk.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Over doing it a lot but yes certainly an extremely valuable business and if his figures were right and they were to successfully float five percent of the company on the on the market than you'd be looking at very large figure indeed something of the order of a hundred billion dollars sodas from kim greely very substantial amounts of money and of course a lot more could come in if over time they were to to sell off further for the stakes and any side at the moment how keen foreign investors will be to get in on the act well i think they will be keen but they were also be certain reservations on the company is very much in twined with the with the government in saudi arabia and so that makes some for some accounting issues making quite complicated to disentangle fully and then also be acutely aware i think that the government is going to retain an overwhelmingly large majority stake him will be in charge of all the key decisions but nonetheless easily almost business life i have no doubt there will be substantial interest among foreign investors are economics corresponded andrew walker one in china is calling it the great leap forward but the targets china's president xi jinping has set his country lifting forty three million people out of extreme poverty in just three years is if anything even more ambitious than chairman mouse industrialisation policy of late 1950s in his new year address mr she described the policy as a solemn promise mouse enforced removal of peasants from the land to become factory workers in the cities left the harvest rotting in the fields at least 23 million people perhaps as many as fifty five million died in the half century since then china's cities have boomed his middleclass has grown in it's become a consumer economy yet the gap between wealthy urban centres and the many remote rural communities has not been breached the bbc's china correspondent john sutcliffe has travelled to one of those places that has been left behind it clifftop village in.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Over doing it a lot but yes certainly an extremely valuable business and if his figures were right and they were to successfully float five percent of the company on the on the market than you'd be looking at very large figure indeed something of the order of a hundred billion dollars sodas from kim greely very substantial amounts of money and of course a lot more could come in if over time they were to to sell off further for the stakes and any side at the moment how keen foreign investors will be to get in on the act well i think they will be keen but they were also be certain reservations on the company is very much in twined with the with the government in saudi arabia and so that makes some for some accounting issues making quite complicated to disentangle fully and then also be acutely aware i think that the government is going to retain an overwhelmingly large majority stake him will be in charge of all the key decisions but nonetheless easily almost business life i have no doubt there will be substantial interest among foreign investors are economics corresponded andrew walker one in china is calling it the great leap forward but the targets china's president xi jinping has set his country lifting forty three million people out of extreme poverty in just three years is if anything even more ambitious than chairman mouse industrialisation policy of late 1950s in his new year address mr she described the policy as a solemn promise mouse enforced removal of peasants from the land to become factory workers in the cities left the harvest rotting in the fields at least 23 million people perhaps as many as fifty five million died in the half century since then china's cities have boomed his middleclass has grown in it's become a consumer economy yet the gap between wealthy urban centres and the many remote rural communities has not been breached the bbc's china correspondent john sutcliffe has travelled to one of those places that has been left behind it clifftop village in.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Lord on some of these other issues and tried to get some of those sanctions lifted at this still a couple of days to go i think those efforts will continue but the scuffle in the injured photographer certainly won't help matters john sutcliffe in beijing british doctors say they've achieved mindblowing result in an attempt to kill the blood disorder haemophilia researches used genetic therapy to correct the red defect that make sufferers blood unable to clots properly john pozzi a professor of he mistakes his and some basis based at boughts hospital in london let the trial and explain how the therapy works in this trial we used a fires to transfer working copy of the fact 18 we she's the one that doesn't work in him fit air into patients to get their livers to produce normal we're hoped amounts affect eight we'd originally just to get a small amount of fact rate be chaste because producing a small that makes a huge difference to patients and we were so a stand it because what we are chief d was seeing normal levels so it aimed for five percent of normal and we ended up with dole that's why lose so a standard will thirteen patients given the gene therapy are now off treatments with eleven producing men normal levels of the pro scene you heard about their jake obama is twenty nine and was one of those on the trial dan damon asked him what it had been light living with haemophilia in the past you've got to be worried about internal bleeding all bleed ninsula joints unethical treatment unaids it's be a lot more careful than you after each trout running brown pine football beating parks and things like that who is gonna be very wary of till knocking joined saw too much wear one joints so for minority i each my bra ankle was the place it took the most impact just from prime flip was a young boy was always won't daca careful and try limits it but be young you take your visible a need those mushy candidates more ryan called us really suffered with offer authorites in it now when wang quiz apply up up the off my fate.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Lord on some of these other issues and tried to get some of those sanctions lifted at this still a couple of days to go i think those efforts will continue but the scuffle in the injured photographer certainly won't help matters john sutcliffe in beijing british doctors say they've achieved mindblowing result in an attempt to kill the blood disorder haemophilia researches used genetic therapy to correct the red defect that make sufferers blood unable to clots properly john pozzi a professor of he mistakes his and some basis based at boughts hospital in london let the trial and explain how the therapy works in this trial we used a fires to transfer working copy of the fact 18 we she's the one that doesn't work in him fit air into patients to get their livers to produce normal we're hoped amounts affect eight we'd originally just to get a small amount of fact rate be chaste because producing a small that makes a huge difference to patients and we were so a stand it because what we are chief d was seeing normal levels so it aimed for five percent of normal and we ended up with dole that's why lose so a standard will thirteen patients given the gene therapy are now off treatments with eleven producing men normal levels of the pro scene you heard about their jake obama is twenty nine and was one of those on the trial dan damon asked him what it had been light living with haemophilia in the past you've got to be worried about internal bleeding all bleed ninsula joints unethical treatment unaids it's be a lot more careful than you after each trout running brown pine football beating parks and things like that who is gonna be very wary of till knocking joined saw too much wear one joints so for minority i each my bra ankle was the place it took the most impact just from prime flip was a young boy was always won't daca careful and try limits it but be young you take your visible a need those mushy candidates more ryan called us really suffered with offer authorites in it now when wang quiz apply up up the off my fate.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Strengthen the multilateral trading system with the wto oh at its centre it's important that we continue to believe in this system at its rules as they are a guarantee of predictability for global trade flows and further growth a citizen as of of a bazookas nikki stone is due to go on trial in turkey today charged with killing thirty nine people in a gun and grenade attack on a nightclub in istanbul last new year's day the authorities say abdul qadeer mush bureau of confessed to the massacre after he was arrested seventeen days later if convicted he faces forty life sentences thirty nine of them for each of his victims another fifty six suspects are expected to be tried with him india's opposition congress party will officially name rahul of gandhi as its new leader today mr gandhi is 47 and will succeed his mother sonia as party president bbc news hello and welcome to newsday from the bbc world service does pohlad ample organs with you this also out horse on the john sutcliffe who will be on the run fascinating report about camera surveillance and face recognition in china john goes around in a city of four million people and tries to avoid the gaze of the security state also indian politics on the way bitcoin in business and online safety will that coming up here on tuesday but we begin impresses the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is there for breakfast is the first time in twenty two years that such a visit has taken place now the rumbling complaints in the background that he's rather invited himself to have breakfast with the eu's foreign ministers he got one invite from lithuania and then announced his trip in israel's parliament.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"God delivers his last night we did it in our cisco yes yes he was the lights went out of subdivided be like a light earthquake us up like that the eagles they're running like hailed john sutcliffe with this is what it it just it was very awkwardly wiegert because we had him actually on the broadcast witness it it he was saying hit the you know trying to explain how the balls was being thrown eagles you know they were ceiling is so we will strike why do they have him on they're doing that so we every time you know we mess wittingly cymru the account down when he would come to a bristol but you don't put people in those situations right and i'm sure they got correct corrected in a proud never do it again yeah i'm sure by basta one you know how people overreact yeah come on twitter and also me and if you actual actually listen to what he said if forget about the delivery because the issue the people have is the delivery clearly he was frozen for what he actually said made a ton of sense that oath of life with your guy here on the field from plus just watching fan filth from here what's him now on the screen this diversity in his background as helping him a lot tonight quarterback a colorado defense of back in the nfl and make it as head coach and he's talking about the diversity in his background which was a quarterback epa records it matters a defense arco here so he's got your as well rounded ecowarriors will round or they were restrict rebirth the delivery decatur threat it'll probably was nervous all as berry yes and i was like as as someone who has been thrown into those kind of similar situated you it's every whitten run a sweat griffin do it's nerveracking if you've never dern stumping they've never prepped you or you feel was there so you got experience in something can be nervewrecking we would all the greeted english is my first language.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tickets at momma dot org the next brian lehrer show is all about your calls what do you think if a member of the trump administration objects to the president's views our actions should they quick to call attention to the issue or stay in case there is a crisis and former white nationalist derek black said that going to college opened his eyes to the whitesupremicist fuse he he got from his parents however your eyes open in college call in this morning at ten on wnyc 66 degrees going up to a sunny 83 at nine twenty you're listening to the bbc world service this is news hour coming to live from london with james kamar saw me with north korea and the united states continuing their war of words amid the escalating tensions on the peninsula onecountry country is remaining as ever tightlipped china is a often portrayed as the key to resolving the crisis now as leverage does it really have while of this episode of our regular china desk we thought it was time to oscar reported john sutcliffe with to shed a bit of light on chinese north korean relations and john joins us now live from beijing jumped thank you jamie throughout a chance past few weeks as donald trump and kim jongin trade threats beijing has when it has been saying anything been repeating its wellworn mantra calls for calm and a return to dialogue and it has in the past few hours been at it again playing the grown up in the room he is the chinese foreign office spokeswoman are chunying antiinfiltration out with the current tense situation on a quick you said there is not a screen or a video game case rail and isn't in may and a serious issue that directly involves the safety of people from both the north and south of the peninsula as well as peace and stability of the entire reaching we hope all parties can truly take have responsible attitude with regard to the people in their countries and the region and make rational and a wise choices washington's view has long been that china north korea's biggest trading partner could do more but doesn't want to partly because the bombs run so deep and can be traced back to the chinese intervention on north korea's side in the korean war by the way in la may the shared loss of life is brought into stark relief by the.

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"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"john sutcliffe" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"That's another major issue because of corruption level is so high in india that if you want to get a licence you can pay money and get your license now the government has been trying for the state government ussl as the central government they've been trying hard to impose certain restrictions on who can get a driving licence but it is impossible i still remember about fifteen years ago journalists who managed to get in delhi driving licence in the name or for the country's president and also the chief minister of delhi so if you pay money you can get anything in india the principle is that corruption level especially in the transport sector is so high that's why the transport minister today said in parliament that nearly thirty percent that is one third of the country's driving licences are bogus madison from next month the us government will forbid it citizens from travelling to north korea the move follows mounting tension with pyongyang over its nuclear program as well as its treatment of a young american tourist who died soon after being released from jail there so what about tourists visiting the country from elsewhere in the world a correspondent john sutcliffe is in the chinese city of dandong on the border with north korea dandong is at 'extraordinary city naughtily sold right it's towerblocks that neon lights the karaoke bars in the busy traffic a much like any other chinese city but it's 'extraordinary for the comparison with what lies opposite on the other bank of the river.

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