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Chelsea remain unbeaten under Tuchel with big win over Everton
"Frank leboeuf and don hutchison with us. Reflect on chelsea's two nil victory over everton and stevie. I feel drawn to you. As one of thomas calls biggest critics. Surely now you get credit. And i don't understand this biggest critic. I'm just telling you the things that he's doing. Franklin paul was doing as well no to this game against them. There's no question they would a class above today. You know the to move the ball from the back to the medal to the front as fantastic right. Frank lampard teams will do that. The difference between this team and franks team is not given up goals. So now is a different. That's a big difference as a difference. But but the the two as is a frank was the manager of any of the team and the premier league. It wouldn't go side that's came to my argument because this chelsea would've league because they had a great defensive unit and how horrible patch yes denied up. No the going back to what we do. Best and far five scoring goals. The last name premier league games frontline. Bob was in charleston twelve goals. Guess war nine games friendly. The name games. The tickles beating child's guess. What twelve goals. In exactly the same as that is why i'm arguing. For frank lampard rushing tickled to buy goods. I'm just telling the goes against the eleven games. Defeats is the big caveat. Your argument the percent. Yeah tom without. Don't what do you think you agree. We'll stevie saying do not only thing i would say honest is. I was trying to be law towards franklin a good friend of mine and the job that don't watch chelsea and frank author vulnerable resolve torch. I wasn't sure what results that are going to get. They will fifty fifty game. Sometimes the majority of them went with him in someone against him. Breath sites almost took come in an extremely well. No eleven games in nine clean sheets. Dot is impressive. I thought that was that best performance against have that looked shop. Kyw hubbard's look fit a potentially cut out a couple of goals won't choke off for handball. Chalked off that it was an own goal but think this has been a change. I think in the mental illness to chelsea blows frank. Upn a big critic of since he made that big move from germany was this his best game in chelsea shirt today. Yes definitely i mean. It's an encouraging performance. Even if i think he can do much better. Because i him playing for liver kuzin last season i better than even today. So of course. I'm expecting a lot from a talented player and not because of the price that he's been paid he's been transferred you just because of the quality that he showed when he was being in the german league. I'm sure we can do much better. But he's on the way back to his best. And i wish him the best minnow. We don't have many things to say about that. Game jussie deserve to win. I think everton was really poor. Didn't show much during that game. He did what they knew. What to do emits defending well as as tv said and two goals and that's it and they are full five tennessee's bias especially to move to to school another goal but don't forget that we are waiting in the corner four chelsea by game that they had atletico and some of the games liverpool everton and the they won all those games so doing great on nothing much to say is not very entertaining but do the
"kuzin" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Up saying duffle tunnel what did he call Amazing so basically if he gets them on. The edge of the box not makes a defender Period was a history note and then he basically dribbles to the right of the goals of the capa- comes out on the buckles it. Through the keeper's legs unbeliev both complete. Intentional unreal unreal. They mary goal opened the scoring for labor kherson and the unicef unesco back tracked and then it was topsoil goal which was reinforced. quite few goals in the bundesliga. I'm a bit sad for biosafety kuzin because in the loss to buying was self inflicted announced lose to on the ballot so they they are legit team and i think maybe that defeat their confidence a bit because it was almost like moment of truth. People weren't really giving them props. They aren't did a lot of good work without defeat. I have to say obviously still still doing well but they under the law of good work. I mean they've got a chance to make up next weekend. Because they play professor brian at home invade iraq accommodating vada not great they lost to union on the weekend to know shots on because those fissures doing an amazing job. There is don't wolfback to nella harm golan assists j. shore. He assisted a Edit from a corner and schooled clinching goal in stoppage time. At the end of the game as wolfsburg were pushing for an equaliser. With just a wonderful if disrespects bicycling he crossed over propellers over who was scampering. You describe it to me really beautifully. Mula he crosses him over mussa that like a basketball move. It felt like i should be honest. Nature program could nature program like in the savannah when he to see the lion the gazelle. Oh what a terrible shame or a terrible terrible shame. This is because it's know like i've not seen a defend that lonely and i'm sorry to advance to any family members listened to this show. I'm not that lonely. Since tehran we went through one on one against chris perry. Yeah i don't mind. I don't mind stuff. We don't really go after some steadier monday sense because we've all been the with this. It's this isn't the taking the piss out of policy over. This is actually been like it's been. This is very much a kind of like my name's palo sovan. You're probably wondering how i go here. Actually like this. We want no parts of it. Alison bulls book of defended. Well this year and they've they have done really well and you know i'm sorry guy bill. I was watching road to perdition this week. And there's a scene at the very hour tom hanks. The gunman arrived basie. Like takes them all out at pullman. Just looks because i'm glad it was. You just want wonder policy was like if i had to. Anyone is okay. It was on sanctuary. This was an impressive result against spek team who have been resilient impressive quality ascending the table tricky to be renewed twice a season once before. They were doing that thing where i mean. They hadn't lost ole until wolves mental buying beat them just before christmas in the league. They returned that thing wolf spec. I think they did it last season. Didn't they say Play ten drone five.
"kuzin" Discussed on Under Review Tennis Podcast
"Last year. He was the Dutch guys or maybe Belgian. Got like even he walked down the court a few times and did some good speeches and talks or whatever but this guy obviously helped her. I mean she got to what eight or nine in the world I mean. Now she's A. She does have a coach now. She's working with the same guy. That's working with Kuzin. It's over so he's a Spanish guy so she sharing him. She actually looks a little better last few weeks which not surprising. She has a coach but to let yourself go that far like Ostapenko to let yourself go out for. It's crazy to me. Yeah and and I. It clearly seems to be symptomatic of the money. Well Yeah Typically Typically. It seems like money so big. These layers are driving their own boss and it goes sideways real quick. I mean even genie real quick. I'll tell you in genie. I had the thought process in my head that if she got back to the top thirty. Let's say which she felt. She could if she got back to top thirty where she seated in Grand Slams. She would probably make an extra couple of million dollars a year so instead of doing a energy drink on instagram on the beach playing football for five grand. Why not focus a little bit and get two thirty in the world? Would she's definitely capable of doing. And then all of that is multiplied times thousand. The you know that not make that mistake. It's it's it's actually nauseating to be honest but I see it and tons of players and it's a known fact. I mean the fact that if they do it if they're thinking about money which allow them probably are the same thing you hire coach. You went three extra matches you pay for that coach in some cases maybe one.
"kuzin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Then the second one is like the most chill and mellow baby ever. So opposite, of course it. I ones entertainer doing everything trying to get into everything. So we, we do the two time out with them, and everything else, doesn't really seem to be as effective for the time has been pretty good. And he does he does sit there. And he sits there until we tell him that he can he can get up and go do other things. So so far. That's the that's the go to play. All right. And did you have them down in Atlanta this year for the shooter bowl? They get a chance to see uncle rob hoist the trophy. Yeah. They, they were there. I think go to the game but we brought them down for for the past. But yeah they got just got to stay at the hotel there during the game. Very cool. Then how has the transition been like for you, Chris going from having one child and then very shortly? Adding a second child into the mix. All we'll so what do you had the first one? You think it's all good. And then, you know you go for the second one and then every through it, you realize that the first ones not walking and Kuzin pretty good and the wives pregnant now and you realize that it's not gonna be as easy as just haven't won. So it definitely definitely more more time commitment and just dedicating a lot more time to, to the kids and feed him and taking care of them. So it's something that you you'll realize that I have one, it's, it's, it's pretty nice. And then second one definitely definitely requires a lot more attention at that point. Yeah. And this may not be the case for you, Chris. But for us going from two to three was quite a challenge, mainly because our older to aren't old enough yet to be independent. But once you master going from two to three three to four is a piece of cake. Yeah. That would think you get a little bit of help from the oldest at that point, it should be really nice instead of pushing them over every five minutes. All right. NFL career in the books here, I shake or bottle, going strong. What kind of goals or plans, the happiest sell for the future here, man, that's an unknown stage right now really excited to kinda see what, what my what rob does with his next steps and what he plans on doing. I think that could be a big effect for for a lot of us. And hopefully kinda go go along for the ride with them as well. But for me, I just really are year with, with I shake regrowed so fake so fasten at this point, it's kinda just maximizing but was done, and kinda scaling back in, in really focusing on what's working the best for us. Try to get into some big account, sick bus and big retailers and really just take it from there. But living day by day at this point, and really cited to the kids to the age where we, we started sports ourselves still too young so super excited for that. So they already know the other one. Knows how to catch a ball at age two and we play catch all the time. But really excited to get into some kind of organized sports and be able to teach them how to play the game. Yeah. Okay. Now, do you see yourself as a dad, that would like to get in there and coach or would you rather, like step away from that? And then enjoy it more from the sideline. I think I would I would wanna coach just.
"kuzin" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"This draft and know what they're trading number two is that they're supposed to be more of a chance for NBA scouts to get into high school gyms starting right away. So they can actually start scouting guys who are going to be in that twenty twenty two drops during this or fourteen fifteen year olds are going to be in that draft at this point. If it is a draft that includes high schoolers, but it doesn't seem like any progress has been made in terms of the actual negotiations. You'll recall that the league wants to require medical reports be available to all of the teams and that appearances be required at the combine. Maybe just drills not necessarily competitive five on five interviews all that kind of stuff. And my question is will. So what does the league giving up? They basically just want the players union to make a concession. Now. Michelle Roberts has said. Said hey, were we don't think that you should be prohibited for making a living at should be open high schoolers, but the players association doesn't really gain anything. It's it's a principle. But their members is actually going to be a negative for their members that some guys lose jobs high-schoolers in theory. So the league wanting the union to make concessions with the Asians are really pushing back on because they wanna have some kind of mechanism to steer guys to away from potentially toxic situations. So the league much like in the smoothing situation would end I think even more clear-cut in favor of the union not caving in the league is an offering they're demanding concessions for something that the unions gala cat. I mean, I guess we'd like this. But we're not going to give up anything we actually really care about here. So my hope is and the league is also pay itself into a position because they've already said, hey, we really want to do this too. So if they really want to do it, why are they forcing concessions from the players union for something that they wanna do it really seems like the league is just overestimated its leverage in this situation. I hope we get a resolution, and it feels to me like the. The the unions concept of this is more fair like using using this to try to extract things which have never been a part of the process. And I understand why players in agents wanna use that as a form of leverage. And it gives it gives them a little small piece of information. You think about all the other stuff? So yeah, I'm I'm sympathetic more sympathetic to to their part of this conversation. I thought it was interesting. This isn't really a surprise. Mike Malone said that he didn't think there was anything on toward on that plate with lamarcus Aldridge, and Gary Harris, we talked about that there wasn't. It wasn't a finer suspension or anything like that. So the league broadly, speaking agreed with it, and then also two different conversations involving front office figures on the Los Angeles Clippers we have praised their season and offseason pretty significantly throughout the Simond there two two of their front office. People not words Frank, but two of the other important people are getting consideration for other jobs. I was skeptical of the wolves process. And if you want to read more about the junk Kuzin ski at the athletic headed good piece on. And he the reason I was skeptical because it seems like Ryan Saunders and Scott Layden. It are it's already been decided that they're going to stay in. So how good of a president of basketball operations? Are you really going to get when he can't choose his coach? And he can't choose one. The people are going to be below him. Jeff powers too late to take the job. But Michael winger to me is one of the best candidates a cap guru came up. I think with data as his main background. But also someone who is just very businesslike is as reputation very much involved in the clippers just improving their processes, Oklahoma City doing the same thing. I mean for Oklahoma city's flaws they have a fair number of them in their regime the way that they just have cultivated an actual business like culture, and an organization and medical staff, and just, you know, getting a lot of the processes right in an organization is something that winger has a lot of experience with in both. Okay. See and LA. And I think he's a fine candidate. He's. A real candidate. He's been a part of making hard decisions in L A as walls..
"kuzin" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"Wow. That was fucking sick. Like, I've never been. So like, I'm not the biggest Syria guy. But that just got me jest. So we have a question. This is from Anthony show, host of two foot talk. I'll give a little plug. I'll show some love to give him a little plug. Yeah. He's got some good questions. He knows the shit out of me on Twitter. But Yeah. yeah. No love the guy. But he I when you guys go back and forth on Twitter. It's amazing. So tagging. I love it. I love the I love the chirping. It's great. All right. He originally said, let's say you are a twenty three year old midfielder, would you rather go to the Bundesliga or Syria. You followed up and said seriously, though, can you be more specific. This is us speaking three midfielder, the flat out sucks have already been around the block am I am ready for primetime. Then I just lead the Portuguese or Turkish league in goals or. Is is our Celona. So you're saying like, I need more specific. So Anthony, which followed up he said, let's get creative. Here say you are a Swedish your star in the Swedish league time to see. If you got what it takes your the new it's fee for nineteen. You're starting career mode. You're you're the new hot shit which league is going to take him to the next level. So crazy. You said the answers forthcoming tonight ser. So if I'm twenty three year old slots on Ibrahimovic from Sweden, right? I would honestly go to the Bundesliga if I'm twenty three I would probably if I'm leading the if I'm leading the Swedish league in goals, or whatever it is. I'm probably going to either get picked up by one of the top three or four clubs in the Bundesliga. So it's either going to be shocking, probably labor Kuzin Dortmund or Byron. And probably if I'm that good. I'll probably it'll probably be Dortmund a buyer, and I'm going to learn the game at a slower pace with less pressure. You know with with with more of a a teaching because the it's you can learn the game. So well, people go to the Bundesliga to learn how to play football to learn how to fit into a tactical system to learn how to how to adapt to their role..
"kuzin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"In other words, they were able to keep Lonzo played eighty games Kuzin pleading Zinger played eighty games. We'll brown. Played eighty games. What does that team finish? Maybe. Eight or nine now. We'll we'll when they were all healthy this year. They were fourth. Yeah. I'd still say eight or nine over the long haul. Yeah. I think that they could I I think they need to add they need to make sure they run with this one piece ideas, not the idea is not to be the six non to be the eight the idea is to compete for a championship. Well, and they are a long way from competing for you. You can compete from the championship, man. The the rockets win a championship from the six whole the Lakers one one from when they were third. I mean, you can you gotta get in. And and. Even close tippers of the six right now. Do you think they're going to do any damage? No. I don't think Houston will knock him out in the first round if they have five or six if they say Portland, I'm picking the clippers. Yeah. Right now. It'd be right now, Houston, I think we did earlier today. Yeah. Six seven eight are like super tight. Yeah. They're tight. They're tight sit out here coming in here. Okay. So we're going to do some purgatory. Mike Trudell around to that's coming up for you could have got real deep that would have been great. I would have been great going to ask you about Michael. That's true. Right. Michael winning today. I lost a game during the show. We're talking about. I said to John earlier who is the biggest critic of my performance on the show. It's always me. Oh, yeah. I always have this voice inside my head. That says that show really sucked, Tom. I'm the same way. Like, I I yesterday show actually this week. I've been just offline game. Really? Yeah. Till today. I feel more like since Michael Gotcha. On monday. Michael gob AM. That's why you were on the phone with your shrink. I was on my phone with my shrink just a minute ago. So, hey, Greg just found a pizza sound that to plan all over ESPN today. Is it Muffin McGraw who's the coach at Notre Dame? Yes. Yes. Yeah. She's in the final four and she was doing her presser. And she's she said she made it come in and society in general when she was doing her final four press conference in here is part of it hit it, Greg. Is it the equal rights amendment was introduced in nineteen sixty seven and it still hasn't passed. We need thirty eight states to agree that discrimination on the basis of sex is unconstitutional. We've had a record number of women running for office and winning and still we have twenty three percent of the house and twenty five percent of the Senate. I'm getting tired of the novelty of the first American the first female, governor of this state, the first female African American mayor of this city when is it begun to become the norm instead of the exception..
1 in 4 Women Sexually Harassed at Tech Conferences
"New data from in. So no says that one in four women in tech have experienced sexual harassment at a tech conference. They've attended with a severe lack of female attendees at these events. Is it any surprise that? Only. Twenty five percent of speakers are ever women and Sono dove into it all get more from Linnet Klassen. She is head of public cloud product at insole. No and joins us via Skype from Chicago. Highland. Welcome. Hi. So Lynn before we get into some of these findings just from your personal experience at various tech conferences and being in the tech industry as long as you have in. What ways have you been able to notice firsthand how women fits in at these events, and in general, so my personal experience at attending these conferences that oftentimes I'm pretty along at these conferences. And so I actually started. Taking pictures of clean and Mt. Ladies rooms at these conferences, and send them to my friends back in office. It's a way to it's a way to cope with the situation and the and the reality visually. It's it speaks for itself. I'm curious how much this enters into the equation, you know, in working in tag. Do you have to attend many of these conferences is it is it something that just goes with the territory while many of us it is because we often are talking about if you want to be promoted in your career path. You definitely want to show leadership in thought leadership. And I think a lot of time. These are the opportunities for you to you know, to be able to present yourself in a public and fish away. So it is actually quite important in my view. So getting into some of these stats and what we can make of them. Just in general how likely are women to attend. These tech events are is there an average ratio in terms of their general presence. So insole conducted an audit as major conferences for the path three years and found that one in four Keno speakers were women, although this ratio is Representative of the larger tech industry. The ratio of attendees often feels much lower when you are actually in the middle of the conferences. So I think you know, you could actually find a lot of empirical evidence is by looking at pictures taken Ed exhibit halls and auditory or again in my case clean. Mt. Ladies wounds at these conferences, go, right? One thing that's very rampant in the tech community as you know is sexual harassment. There's a lot of claims about general, bro, culture Suming. This is something equally present at these tech industry events. Yes. I wish that data showed otherwise unfortu-. Exactly. Yes. According to the survey conducted by Sono one in four women have experienced sexual harassment at a tech conference because we went in the tech industry. Have started speaking up and taking actions more and more of these conferences actually, have instituted a coda contact that being said more still needs to be done through imported as thirty eight percent of women who have seen a code of conduct at a conference said they have witnessed sexual harassment steal what kinds of things specifically do women encounter at these events. And totally do you know of anything that you can point to any totally because I follow some of the tag people in the industry on Twitter in oftentimes in the we would see tweets from women who have experienced no, these unfortunate incidents at conferences. A while. They were there, for instance, an one. Wanted demands -ment or an the wanted. I guess, you know, in quote treatment of personal space, and or basically we are there to participate in professional events and oftentimes the conversation may veer towards something that's more maybe more of a personal nature. That's really not welcome only twenty five percent Ted conference. Keynote in the past three years. We'll give him by women, and we have to remember that an average number. It means that some conferences had no female keynote speakers and all in Pat three years in Sono also filed a seventy percent of women who have set on the panel was the only woman on that panel. We call that the long woman syndrome. So what does say to women who are just as dedicated and committed as their male counterpart to me it says that we don't belong when we win this. Lack of female representation, we further marginalized, and you know, I don't mean to get on the soapbox. But reprising tation does matter data confirmed that we men want to see ourselves. We have presented again Seventy-six person the women are more likely to attend a conference, featuring a female keynote speaker panelist I just want to be able to share this quote was the audience. So and I really liked this quote because implied power dynamics diversity is being invited to the party in Kuzin is being asked to dance. So having stronger female representation stage is definitely the first step towards true incursion. Also at in Sono, we also look to the future. Most of these Keno speeches live on as videos online most of us, especially younger generation consume content online as videos, so what's? Message sending girls and young women. How do we inspire them to choose a career in technology? You can't be what you can't see. And I believe this is one of the reasons why it is so important that Sonos set out to conduct this research, if we want to change the status quo we need to be able to measure it. I actually think that is a perfect note to end
"kuzin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Breached by workers construction workers working on fiber optics underneath the asphalt employees. Witnesses say employees of a restaurant could be seen running out a back door. This is. NPR news. In turkey. Search teams continue to look for bodies and possible survivors after the collapse of an eight story building an Istanbul. At least three people are known dead. More than a dozen people survived including a five year old girl. She was pulled from the rubble earlier today before her rescue at nine year old boy was also found alive. The cause of the collapse remains under investigation. Other nearby buildings were evacuated as a precaution. Britain's prime minister is returning to Brussels today to try to convince the European Union to agree to changes in her Brexit agreement. Parliament wants changes to the deal before the UK withdraws from the EU at the end of March as the BBC's, Laura Kuzin Berg reports the main issue is what's known as the backstop arrangement to prevent border checks in Northern Ireland. Theresa May will admit it won't be easy. This you'll tell the top brass that changes to the so-called backstop have to have legal force shield. Say the government's working urgently to look at different ideas and wants to work with the EU to secure some of them might not be a warm reception. Here though, yesterday leaders in Brussels were adamant they weren't reopen the divorce deal, but as time moves on. So point of decision comes closer, that's the BBC's lower coonass. Berg reporting stocks in Asia ended the day higher. Analysts say investors were encouraged by the possibility of interest rate cuts in Australia spreading to other countries. Wall Street is coming off a down day for stocks. The Dow lost twenty one points. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investments in the future of public radio. And the John D and Catherine T MacArthur foundation at macfound dot org..
"kuzin" Discussed on Ringer FC
"It was like a four four with violated labor Kuzin, and then it went three two in the return leg. So they just concede a lot, and I can see that happening again this year because they have about as good an attack as one can have in Invidia, but they also have about as bad a defense as one can have. Instead he is. Well, so I think this one is just going to be another Roma classic where there's going to be like twelve goals across two games, and they concede most of them Jekyll scores like of them, exactly. Michael thought on Romo Porto. He's the winner of this one is what everybody wants to everybody wants in the quarterfinal. Now, I know I agree with Nico on that count. I think that it's going to be a sloppier high scoring affair than then Tottenham Dorman. But I expected to be at least on the at the very least entertaining. So do you guys you guys make pick on that one? I'm going to go with. I'll go with I'll go with for sale because they have some good players. And I think if they can keep it defensive against the leaky Romande, they actually might get through. And and all over Torres is is really good. And I want him to succeed in all things. He does. So you go Porto. That's a good reason to choose them mica. I'm only going with Roma because I have not watched. But maybe fifteen minutes of Puerto soccer all season. I'm going to Roma just for union Jekyll. All right. So that wraps up. Hey, good reason. Excellent. Very underrated player. So that wraps up our Champions League preview for next week's matches. Of course, there's more matches the following week. And we'll be back on the Wednesday in two weeks to recap those and go maybe you can join us. If you love to be back on all, right? Thanks for joining us. Thank you, Mike, of course. And we'll see you in two weeks and a day piece. Oh, yes. We're back again to talk about hotel tonight, which makes it easy to awesome hotels at amazing rates. There's sort of like a matchmaker between top rated hotels with unsold rooms and people who want to book, those rooms and hotel tonight isn't just for last minute. Bookings you can book tonight tomorrow and beyond perfect for planners procrastinators and everyone in between sweet deals at cool hotels. You actually want to stay at go to hotel tonight dot com or download the app now..
"kuzin" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"So there's there's obviously a bond there. I think in the Liverpool side pulisic would would have a a fantastic transition from Dortmund into the Premier League. I think that your call would would would do wonders for him. And I think it's a system, and it's an environment where he will flourish it'll have positive vibes. I don't know right now that United is a very good choice considering that scenario with Marino. And also that things are very unstable there. So Pulis it could end up obviously one of the big English clubs if if it were my money I'd be betting on. It was still be between. Chelsea and Liverpool is the top two. Yeah. I mean, I would love to see him weakened weak out. I think for American viewers. I think it would be phenomenal. I mean back here in the states, the just being able to see the amount of Liverpool or Chelsea jerseys on the street with Pole's name on just like make my heart. It would. Yeah. It would. I mean you seeing the doormat ones right now. Of which I'm an owner of as well, it would it would multiply times times five, obviously. Yeah. So how about the other Americans going on the Bundesliga house? A western McKinney doing I see his highlights, especially in the Champions League. Hit a great Champions League run with them shock. So tell me how you doing US mckinney's doing very well as developments coming along. And fortunately, you know, you're seeing a lot more shock in the Champions League simply because they have floundered this year within the league. There's the boons league runners up last season shock is unfortunately suffering mid-table the midtable mediocrity. And it's a result of one thing. They they were extremely lucky last season. They had a lot of late last minute equalisers and last minute one nil or to one victories in the dying minutes of these games. And they were able to collect three points when they should have only gotten one, and they were able to collect one point where they've only when they should have really gotten zero shock. It was very fortunate to have the ball bounce their way. And also. Oh helped last season that they had a very weak supporting cast when it came to the top five outside of Byron shock. It was in a group with labor Kuzin Dortmund and Hoffman Heim that basically none of them wanted to see each other make the Champions League because they would consistently do each other favors every week by losing when they shouldn't. And then, you know, drawing when they had a win Dorman, basically Dorman Hoffman Heim and liberal labour Kuzin all finished in a in a in a three way tie where goal differential was was a tiebreaker labor Kuzin getting short end of the stick on that. And that's why they're playing rope league. And that's why Dortmund and the champion fifty five points. You have to take into account. Fifty five points was the total amount of points for the third place team. That is a that is not a good a good total over thirty days. My god. Sorry, I'm just doing the, you know, psychology major. But I can do that kind of math. So, you know, that's that's yeah. It's not this kind of problematic. Yes. So shocking this season. If you look look how gluco well Brucie mentioned his playing deter hacking has re reimagined this this this full side. He's gone to a four three three this year back to attacking football. This is what may Gladbach a Champions League side. Twenty twenty fifteen sixteen twenty sixteen seventeen back to back championship qualifications. They played both in those seasons. And they finished ninth in the table. I believe the following two seasons and this year, they're back in the top three top four look like they're gonna just just coast into the Champions League qualification because each hacking has really really done wonders with this team and gotten him back to the basics of what may God buck. So so awesome three or four years ago. So but back to McKinney. He's he's very he's featuring you're getting to see them, obviously in the Champions League. Because that's a big competition. Shock is going to be feature..
"kuzin" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Yes. I do think that but I think that at least early returns right in the preseason. It was strange. It felt like Ingram fit way better with the brand. In those preseason games. Granted very limited amount of minutes. Whatever. I know granted I'm saying but here the regular season. There's no question. Cow Kuzin has been better with LeBron than than Brandon Ingram, right? Yeah. If if I had to pick. Yes, I don't I mean, the production has been much better from Kusa alongside role. So the role is just a little bit different though. Because Kuzina is just he's maybe the speaks to your point. Right. Like his he can be a catch and shoot player. Even though he's shooting the ball. Well, yet, he's below. He's been kind of in the low thirties most of your from three. He's also good at finishing at the rim. Ingram again is still is basically trying to figure out how to play this guard spot between Lonzo and the Bron and a lot of times. Lebron is the basketball and Ingram is basically just been looking for post ops because all of the guys that are guarding him or short. And that is something that he can do. Well, but it it takes them out of rhythm. I think from just playing passing moving and cutting the coups misdoing Ingram is more. Just search kind of searching out the mismatch, which I don't know if he needs to do as much as he's been doing right to Ryan's point mcdonagh's point yesterday. There is some duplication in their games between Ingram and LeBron. To which doesn't help the scenario either. Yeah. I suppose, but again, I would much rather have guys can do the can both dribble and shoot. Yeah. I read. And so there's to me there's no issue with having guys that have multiple skills that it you just have to let them figure out who's going to win. Just like I'm not comparing Ingram to join way. It's a good problem to so when when the I got to Miami. But it is a problem. Sure. Yeah. Of course. And that's what the regular seasons for. Right. They, and that's what the that's what they have to figure out moving forward in somebody at some point has to take a back seat in the place and typically is not going to be the Brown. And so no, it's not gonna run. Well, but right, but okay. So the first year the brunt did take a back seat and certain ways away, and it didn't work out there. Well, I know, but but nonetheless like in so I think he that almost that reiterate sort of solidified what LeBron is going to do an Ingram is just figuring that out now. So I think once he figures it out and give me another give me five games ten games. Give me twenty games. I think that we will see a much different look because they will. You know, what to do with each other, by the way, if you miss Tyson Chandler on earlier during purgatory with me, Mason and Ireland? We're going to play that for you at six thirty six thirty if you miss Tyson Chandler, he was on with me Mason in Ireland. And we'll have that for you at six thirty time in Pasadena, Tom what's up? Tom. Gone, right..
"kuzin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Melted like within the hour. So it's not like buffaloes thirty. The good news. Is that what you think of the Rams you think about how they check it around all over the yard and they do, but they also average hundred thirty one point two yards per game in the ground that seventh in the NFL the Broncos they have the third best attack. Actually, the Broncos are third at one, thirty seven a game. The Rams defense has been really weird. You know, they, they haven't been great against the run. You look at the numbers, it stacks up, okay. But according to Sean McVay they need to clean things up that it's quote very fixable, but we've seen teams been able to run at the promise teams fall behind the Rams and they have to go away from it. And that's a start throwing the ball in ball control. Style offenses is if you're making getting the attempts and you're eventually something's going to pop what happens, like you said, is teams or pushing the football down the field running in the early stages, but the offense of the Rams is so potent. They can score twenty one quick fast in a hurry before you know what you Dow fourteen. Now I have to Bandon the road I have to start throwing. So the statistical side of it is a little bit of leading as to what their overall strength is. If you go back to last year, they're run defense and their run fits. We're not good year, right? And that's the same way it is this year except throwing the ball teams of throwing. Ball in the second half fourth quarter because they're behind. And this is when the Rams defense usually pin their years back in, you know, you get the big sacks at the end. Again, you get the tackle losses, those sorts of things. So I stand exactly Sean McVay and he's correct. I'm a middle worried about our QB. I'm not worried about a receivers. Coach ones out there. We'll see. Well, Brennan, Kuzin Cooper Cup both as opposed to be out or both to be healthier Sunday. But the other thing is that there guys with experience play multiple games in the code. Robert woods was in what buffalo digs his coat. But experience planning code. If Jared Goff played, the code was only like what? What game? Maybe only place in the Pac twelve to places Ian state. Yeah, organ second, get a ton of snow, please. You're gonna get snow is in Pullman, eight, maybe Colorado, Utah. Maybe Colorado Utah may have had like what? Two or three gay. Five years ago. So I'm a little worry how the weather may impact him how the comfort level with his hands if he has to use gloves, how does he keep them warm a little worried about that only because he doesn't have a great deal of experience, but it turns receiving core. I, I'm assuming they're fine. Keep right. Glare used to it. Yeah. I mean, receivers, depends on who they are. Receivers couldn't play outside cooks is New England. He's had an opportunity to play in in cold weather, Cooper cups, Washington, he's Washington. Co weather, I think in terms of the quarterback, the problem that you have with a quarterback in is the wind..
"kuzin" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Wait, we're gonna pull out loan skip Bayless. You're absolutely. Oh, you don't believe they will, but they will be nineteen games better than what they were last year. I already told you they're going to be the eight bird in history's going to repeat because they're going to get swept by. We LeBron's gonna get swept by Golden State for the second straight year last year in the finals this year in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs because he's going to be made to feel like a guest in the west. How about this? And how about this here? How about so many experts who know way more NBA. Ask ball than I know are saying hold the phone here because it doesn't look to them on their statistical projections likely LeBron's team can even make the playoffs. How about the great Kevin pelton? One of the knowledge is one of the best at at second level stats and projections at ESPN. He's got them forty one point, two wins that would be nine in his projection in the west. That would be one slot out of the reductions skip. And his point is that no team has been hit harder by adjustment for players changing teams because you got all these newcomers. Also, there's a flood of newcomers. You got four really difficult to coach personalities being added to a young Mick. So you say they're young team, they're really a young old team which is kind of bizarre. Skip. You know, I was in for forage now is projected to Bill farmer that workout. Yeah, yeah, I know little farm stuff. Yeah. Yeah, no, all about life dot cata halls, chicken. Yeah, but I tried it out to be a what in a fail footballer with that being said, Kevin, pelton I get it agent x number second level, third level bit level and got no levels. I'm just telling you the Los Angeles Lakers will be third or the foresee, and they're going to advance past the first round. Now fifty five win says, I got in the five. We got five cases on five cases. I got it. You wanna make it seven. I'm good. I'm good. I want you to, you know. So here's the final piece to this puzzle. What else. If you cop, whose mud did not make an early reputation for having much interest in playing on the defensive end of the court. So he's defensively challenged and his new co star LeBron James finished three hundred eighth and individual defensive wind shares last year, so he was not interested anymore. What about wins years? Well, I'm talking about the defensive end because it can be half the battle if not more than half the battle win the playoffs start. So now you've got to co-stars coups and brought Doco Starr stop. stopped for your dad? Kuzin Bron in they play little to no defense between them. So if they're two fifths of the starting lineup, how you are defendant who are cool things. He's going to be a starter. What do you think? I don't know what's going to happen on this. I think Luke Walton is going to get fired at midseason how things are gonna happen. Well, I think something better than last year will happen. Goes without saying the brawn James walks into the door. You already teen twenty games better than you'll make the playoffs. You'll be the eight seed. I love. I love last year. You like Huck Hanover, healed. Olazabal take the team to the playoffs. I sent to the and the ham, though ball team to the LeBron James takes today feet. Well, if you own some. Okay. Who's in that car with Antonio Calloway. That's what I was wondering what was happening to Luke Walton last year because lavar called him out lavar you can dismiss a lot of what he says, but a lot of it is just hard stone cold truth and he said early on, I don't know what Luke Walton has against my son, but he's yanking him every mid first quarter and not putting him back in the game and till mid set guy. He'd coach early pattern. And once that happened, I was out. I think that Lonzo basically quit on Luke Walton last year now is that gonna keep quit on Bron? We'll see. You know, we have e. Yeah. He like LA. Who Lonzo does he like LA? Will he grew up in? Okay, well, get what they won't be quitting again..
"kuzin" Discussed on DirtCast
"'cause i'm very curious but that is that that is the most recent thing i've seen jennifer doing home means to me family home is the place where i feel most comfortable it's where i'm with the people i love the most my husband my kids my sister my parents my family are my best friends i'm jennifer and this is my house she very well could be on a sitcom or something i'm not the jenna fisher loop in the way i used to be same my personal theory about jennifer and john krasinski is that i think that she actually developed feelings for john like real feelings for john kuzin ski or they were working together and he did not because she has said like over the years she is there have been various quotes from her that were like we were really in love and then she had to clarify them to weren't actually in love as jim in pass jim and pam like characters were in love blah blah blah so this is a quote from her new book the actors life is survival guide question mark and it's about the first time pam kissed jim in the office she says when he walks away i felt completely transported into a new reality i was pam i was talking with my mother and my heart was breaking i spoke into the phone telling her i was in love with jim but i couldn't invest my feelings to him suddenly jim walked in the door i turned in sought him in my heartfelt like it might burst out of my chest i wanted so much to tell them how i felt but before i could he kissed me it was perfect i think she's a little nuts.
"kuzin" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Any player that has a stat line that's ten seven and seven and you only twenty years old i mean i look at that and i say man what can this guy be in five years in the league when he has five years of experience because we know how smart of a player he is i think he makes other players on the court better i think he's underrated on the defensive side he does have holes is holes is his offensive game is not something that you look at it and say yeah let's let's find the blueprint for that but i think he has other areas of his game that a lot of other players don't have yeah it's an interesting question marcellus the because the his rookie season i think if you take it all in and just kinda digested and try to take out the hype and everything else and just what was it it was okay because he he missed more than a quarter of the season yeah i don't know if you can do anything more than just if be okay if you've missed the amount of time that he's missed and he's missed it three different ways and we saw with the shoulder early we saw with the knee in the mid and now we're seeing it with the other knee a little bit later and then of these things are career altering injuries it feels like but he missed a ton of time and part of being a good player is being able to play so coups must missed two games this year randall's miss zero games this year reynolds played all seventy eight so those two players you know we can sit here and talk about so much more is because we saw them so much more you know we had more of an opportunity to see i mean kuzin was a great example last night against the san antonio spurs puts up thirty points was key in obviously getting the w for the lakers we're just seeing him on the court more we're not seeing lonzo as much i want to go where no one wants to go which is which.
"kuzin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I had to fire a guy because he quit doing things the right way started doing things the easy way i began to worry what he came back from installed a new air conditioning system i said hey where my seven photos he said i'm sorry can i guess i just forgot so i sent another technician over there to do a quality assurance check he took the seven photos than the system was a perfect there was good better than average even but it wasn't perfect so my guy perfected that system in texas be the seven voters i requires proof when i started check them up on that guy's other jobs i found that he didn't always take the time to replace all the screws that the other companies have left out they leave him out because you could get done a lot quicker if you don't replace all the screws that are hard to get to so when we see an open oh we still with a brand new bright red screw gale geo e t t l the right way thought the easy way okay twenty four hour news more stimulating talk now just a voice command away no just ask alexa to play kfi kfi station from iheartradio who net gummy how big things thank god we they finally day that day monday mary hereby am 640 more stimulating talk it is super ever low goals sunday brian kuzin here until ten pm next hour of girth are permanent temporary sports editor kevin figures will be in here uh in depending barring a clippers time easa down the hallway and running running the board as we say in radio for the clippers abroad cash on five seventy kale aca era ellie sports they can so the best picture goes a to shape of water gayraud dill tero other del toro the director and he's not joking he i'm not joking i did i'm not reading a not mourn baiting this uh of shape of water which which i understand is a terrific movie i haven't seen a get a view but new nobody i did wikipedia not so i know how it ends i'm as hit now wikipedia is probably more responsible for matinee cancellations than anything else because like.
"kuzin" Discussed on The Global Politico
"And um he is a former gru officer gru is military intelligence and i should also point out that after the hacking of the election when obama impose sanctions one of the organisation's impose sanctions on was the g are the russian gru so we not mention as a former gru officer who had emigrated to the united states naturalized but continued to effectively be loyal to the russian government there was one further person whose name was anatoli summit shorn off the translate a translator and i and i've seen him because he was accompanying natalia vessel nitz guy all over the world in her her anti magnitsky campaign wasn't just limited to the united states she was travelling all over the world at the european parliament and various other predated 2016 her invests i know this is all happening in 2017 this was this project was going on in 2016 associate she gets a mention in washington and i mention who is an insider in washington he knows way round the whole the corridors of power like nobody else he then uh with her pocketbook and her her budget goes out in hires glenn simpson of fusion gps i got him chris cooper of potomac square group both washington or a a wall street journal reporter's former former wall street journal reporters he hires ron dellums a former democratic congressman and got a firm called kuzin o'connor of which is that him howard schweitzer who's a former eximbank employee.
"kuzin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And i and i say this that when i went to work for president george hw bush in the white house of the reagan democrat and ran program operation wedin seed wedeman take as many federal state and local agents into a neighborhood kuzin because a neighborhood wanna that better holding out an end and in the bridge from too sepals cruelly pleasing giving a police squad cars that work with the neighborhood watch recusals and have a neighborhood polling station in that neighborhood advocate the bad almond out seat side it was creating jobs for these people like telling a guy that the drop you go get a gdp and go uh look tired school you become an electorate should make sixty seventy thousand years versus being dead at the age of twenty or like in new orleans we won the public housing found three women that could make the best gumbo and this guy that ran a restaurant you coach them teach them how to run a catering business lunchtime because there's somebody uh conventions in orleans that we don't have enough launchers they got off welfare or in chicago you bring your fracturing give these people jobs the fact he doesn't have to pay taxes and that's what he that's why he got me costa street because once by stop poaching basketball i started coaching mistreats was taken out his civil rights act and putting into action and also by the way september i 5 or 10 s burgers gonna get a forever stay up here at notre dame but postal services gonna do that is 100 birthday was may twenty i did that back hours i'm at committee for twenty two years susan sample is wiser committee and in eighty eight for rockies one hundred birthday i have president uh reagan come out as the gipper and.