21 Burst results for "Raheem Sterling"

"raheem sterling" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

04:50 min | Last month

"raheem sterling" Discussed on The Leader

"So you know if the government come out and say, no, we're not going to do it. Well, he's got twenty million people behind him. They can speak to and that's growing. It's growing because of what he's doing now as well. So. It does give him an enormous power and you can't silence him whereas maybe in the past you might have been able to Tina how Hayes reacted to the government's vite last week and what he's likely today next within his campaigning or his reacted in the right way hasn't that. There's been no. Certainly no sense of him just giving up and backing down it's Doubled down on it, you can see by the reaction that he's had with so many communities. Councils actually backing him now saying, no, we are going to help feed the needy children, needy families in our communities that will only grow. The hope is that you know the the government will see sense you certainly hope. So football clubs a lot for their communities, which Rashford and stirling highlighting other any other players to watch two might be following their lead I. Think the hope will be that with two people like rationed sterling who right at the top of their game they played with the biggest clubs in the world, the England. Football Team Superstars. The hope is that the next generation of place going through and these are still young men. Let's remember. Then the next generation of players coming through, we'll look at those two and they will be role models for them and not role models just in the sense that he's a brilliant footballer, he's earning millions of pounds and he's got however many cars and and homes around the world. The actually role models because they'll think, yeah, I can actually use that platform to make a difference and. I think if that is what comes.

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Soccer: Players take a knee as Premier League restarts

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Soccer: Players take a knee as Premier League restarts

"The the English English premier premier soccer soccer league league returned returned on on Wednesday Wednesday with with players players wearing wearing the the black black lives lives matter matter in in place place of of their their names names and and kneeling for several seconds to start the matches it was Manchester city's Raheem sterling a black man a star who represents the English national team who scored the first goal of the restarted season household waste is this thanks what is the first team games in all competitions Raheem sterling the audio courtesy NBC sports man city went on to defeat arsenal three mil here sterling after the win yeah we expected it to be read about the messages became up from you know to a break we had was you know the fine sign living also dig deep enough for the boys kept their composure and for today and but he said that after one Hundred Days off it took a bit for the team to find themselves how to get used to this atmosphere in getting the club was awful awful awful we controlled the game well when we took our chances of

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Ringer FC

"So Ricky news messy, still great, even though he finished fifth in the bell and door voting. Yeah. Like, it is messy Rinaldo fatigue. As part of the reason that moderates won the won the award. Yeah. And I saw Missy also when the golden shoe to add to his trophy cabinet most goals, I guess in the calendar year. I guess that's what is for so Lino messy, still great. It reminds me of what know of education of my beloved Washington Capitals is doing an NHL which is basically sustain excellence year after year after year after year. So. Yeah. Did you see that Raheem sterling we talked about this last episode got a Nike style? I mean, I'm sorry. A Colin Kaepernick style ad for Nike like a billboard on it. It says, quote, speaking of doesn't make life easier, but easy never changed. Anything? I mean big energy like as I thought you feel about Nike kind of coopting these sort of like topics in these sort of figures, I feel like it's an extremely thing that happens during late in in late capitalism. So I mean, like nothing actually stays pure. So I think that I'm just more. I'm just half year that rhyme sterling has. I mean like changed his change the Todd of his his own narrative. Right. Which is I mean like amazing over the weekend. He'd also scored to go over the weekend. But I was excited to see the ad regardless of, you know, like, my, you know, at that, you know, you feel a little queasy about it. But at the same time, it's still at an amazing thing. Yeah. All right. So let's transition here to a little bit a year year end stuff. First of all we had everyone listened to Alan Shearer mica mica interviewing Alan Shearer on our last episode. I saw someone on Twitter say he enjoyed the interview when he wanted you to interview Patrice ever. I would absolutely love to interview Patrice ever. I would allowed us Patrice. I as we got to reach out to him. Yeah. Who is who would be your dream interview? Guess let's put it out in the universe for next year for ringer FC. And we'll see if it can happen. Eric cantona? I like it. I like it. I wanna get jobs Aon. Wow. Wow. Time of maJ awesome. Yeah. Let's just do a quick year interview actually didn't really prepare too much for this. But kind of just go off top since this is our lap last episode of two thousand eighteen. Best game best goal. Best moment. I mean, obviously this is a World Cup here. So I would imagine everything will be coming from the tournament in June. But what say you might want me to go first. Yeah. Go ahead. Good. I I think I said this in the World Cup review episode. But my best match of the year was the Belgium Japan. Quarterfinal just the whole match watching it remembering watching it. It was the Japan jumping out to that. Shocking. To nil lead Belgium, fighting back on the second half. Equalizing awful Flaine head your favorite player mica. And then the goal at the death a moment. I'll never forget the Lukaku run and dummy the Nassar Chadli finish the dejected the look of total devastation on all the Japanese players faces. Just an amazing match. Two other quick World Cup matches though I would say Korea despite not advancing out of the group stage when they beat Germany relegating Germany to last place in the group. That was an amazing moment. Of course. I didn't yet. Eat the Clete based on Germany not advancing to the knockout round. And that's still something that's on my to do list. Possibly for two thousand nineteen. Why also why show Croatia beating England kind of because I just didn't want England to advance. That was a semi-final the way they did. It Menzies Manziel kitsch goal. It was really exciting match. Well, I guess it wasn't really exciting. But it was really dramatic the way the match started. I guess with the Kirin Chipper trickier free kick and Croatia going late and then an extra time..

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Like, can we get the Superdome and change it to something on the super dome? Sponsor the CS the Mercedes Benz Superdome. Yeah. And it sits basically on well, it's own sugarbowl the addresses sugarbowl drive, but it's off of Poitras street and like Girod street. So I think poyser street, maybe I'd like, I don't know sugar. Both. I don't know that that one should should I think like corporations you only be able to sponsor one stadium. So that land one is Mercedes Benz stadium. Then they also have. Yeah. Yeah. Fuck out here. No, more monopolies. What would you call it portrait's eyelid? Probably call it the Vorkuta portrait for. DMV please you wanna change. Well, you know, what the the place where the Washington Capitals defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals. Play is called fittingly kind of Capital One arena. When I was growing up they used to play in the capital center. So it kind of fits Capital One is obviously a Bank. So it's still corporate. I don't know. I mean, they plan Chinatown. So I guess you could do something like dragon's lair something. Got a little sensitive you. Yeah. We'll call the dragon's lair in Chinatown. Okay. All right. Let's give a quick shout. At the university of Maryland. Actually, speaking, the DMV, they won the NC double A men's soccer championship. I guess it is did you guys see any of that? No. I did not have any. I the only one the only other game that I wanted to talk about from last couple of weeks that we didn't talk about dying. We can talk about NCAA soccer. If you want to you're the host. I have no nothing about it than than Maryland one. Just if you task if you guys got a chance to see Shaq vs Dortmund. Gene Sancho game Exo. Gene Sanchez scored the game winner. It was like it was to Dortmund Jin Sanchez scored the game winner. And it was only a couple of days after his grandmother passed away. He'd flown back like in and decided to play even though Lucille farve as you don't have to do this. You can chill. He was like no I wanna play and clearly like one of those times where like scores a goal means so much to him. But just in general like, I'm I'm not trying to be like indie rock guy here. But like watching the the average Bundesliga game versus the average Premier League game. I think I'm tipping Bundesliga this year, or do you think it's Dortmund because we were talking about that that this man? I mean, I know that those games specifically Dortmund games tend to get pretty wild. But there's enough teams like whether it's Leipzig or often Heim or Frankfurt or it's true. You know, even Byron like, oh, you mean like in the in the context of like, we talked about this before like flipping on the TV and lay most watch like, you're more. Likely to watch like stuck art and Cologne than you are to watch evidently ever. Yeah. And then so I just I just wanted to mention that it was a really great game. But if you get a chance like Sancho is the one man like Jaden is really really really great. We were we were after the classic or kind of imagining what his transfer fee would be. That's really tough because he's eighteen right? Yeah. I think that if he's smart he's stays at Dortmund for at least another season. Not. Because like I'm like you do have to earn your keep. But like he's going to get to be the focal point of one of the most exciting attacking teams in Europe versus being the guy off the bench for city or United and racially abused Nampa. Damper. We should say though this weekend. Huge match your respective teams Liverpool. Manchester United at Anfield Sunday. The sixteenth Chris nervous. No, I'm a little emotionally exhausted. This schedule makers really screwed over pull here..

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Chelsea topple city to nothing. And then your question was are you surprised? And it's like, I'm not surprised, but I think that the sort of bloom came off the rose a little of that game. Because what everybody was talking what rose the city rose. Just just Chelsea's win Chelsea Chelsea cracking a city's unbeaten streak because obviously what we want to talking about afterwards was the kinds of abuse the room sterling is subjected to the way in which he's covered in the English media instead of talking about like a really excellent cagey counter attacking game play by Chelsea. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, the game itself was very entertaining. But the field level cameras anytime that Starling would trail off into the corner. You know, like lured avid lease over there. The go one on one you would just see all of the fans like nearest the ground just sneering and snarling and saying devil's advocate here, though, wouldn't have been different if it were David Silva, or whomever. Yeah. And you could play devil's advocate would've been different. If it's an airfield like, I think that. There is a reputation that Chelsea fans in certain aspects have of being a little bit punchy on that on that particular topic. I mean there was. We're raising we're racist. And that's the way we like it you wanna brush whole families with one, you know, one color there. But like, I think that there there's a little bit of a reputational down. And then it opened up a much larger conversation about the way in which the English media treated, sterling, right? And of course, brame sterling posted on Instagram. So there was a big fury over what this Chelsea fan or Chelsea fans allegedly shouted to redeem sterling in the following day. He posted on Instagram not about that particular incident. Not even about himself. He did a side by side of two Daily Mail stories one about his team to teammates tocine Darabi. I'll be oh sorry. I don't pronounce it didn't pronounce his name. Right. He hasn't played for city and one of fill in the stories were about similar things. Each of those players young players bought their mother's homes, but the headlines were completely different one kind of suggesting that it was a reckless purchase the other one just more straightforward that one. Of course, referring to fill phone in the white player and Stirling road along capture. About how it's not necessarily even the fans to blame for this. But the media for kind of fostering, these attitudes and consciously or unconsciously the public absorbs these types of peel vs. And I thought that actually led to some really nuance and interesting discussions in the British media. It's interesting to me because you know, like in America, we would be aghast or couldn't even fathom really someone throwing bananas kinetic player like an NFL game or an NBA game. And yet that happens in England throughout Europe. But what I found interesting is listening to English podcasts and reading English media. They've had it really has sparked an interesting discussion a nuanced discussion about their coverage treatment of black athletes, more nuanced and more kind of introspective than I think we talk about when we talk about race in America as it relates to athletes. There's a really good piece in the guardian written by Daniel Taylor where he recounts some of his past as a just a kinda like shoestring reporter working in the Midland's in the nineties and just working on kinds of stories that he would he talks about like one time. He was working on a story about a missing kid like a carbon stolen with a baby in the backseat of a little baby girl, and they went to this press conference that was supposed to be the mother making a public plea like you have new formation about the location of this baby. And when they show up the mother is of Indian descent and a bunch of the reporters start stirring, because they know that automatically the front page of the papers. The editors of the papers are going to kind of turn a blind eye to the story because it's not gonna connect with white readers. That's not going to appeal to white readers and jail. Taylor was like I feel like I have some insight into the way these things work, and he points out a couple of examples over the course of the last few years of not only just like the crazy abuse that rhyme sterling has to suffer. Grounds across England or in Europe..

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Listen To The Play By Play Of Harry Kane's Dramatic Comeback During The England Vs. Croatia Game

ESPN FC

03:05 min | 2 years ago

Listen To The Play By Play Of Harry Kane's Dramatic Comeback During The England Vs. Croatia Game

"What a Sunday and UEFA nations league, so many great matches. But we gotta start at Wembley England and Croatia winner-takes-all England wins. They win the group. Croatia wins. They win the group draw. Spain wins the group everybody got that. Yeah. Yeah. That second minute trouble here for Jordan Pickford onto ravage though. Take advantage pick for something. He can pick it up since the ball is coming from bell. But ravage doesn't take advantage of the opportunity eleventh minute nights past year. Harry Kane Raheem sterling Hellenic the big stops. What we see from him stealing a lot. These days taken up a much more central position using these pace to get behind finishing in the final Ha's improved. And it just. In the ensuing corner. Kick Harry Kane point blank reign. Why it open, and I mean, why open Harry Kane nut good. Extinct minute. Beat sterling to the ball. Harry Kane no goalie per staffer denied then is another big stop ripple from Dell on these reconfirmed, stealing noses pasted by six or seven goalkeeper takes head can publish. It are taking the touch the FOX them. The jazz was growing nil at the half fifty second minute. Marcus rash. Furred sterling another stop from the Croatian. The only sterling has got to take it for time. He doesn't know pretended to goes away if seventh minute and many Croatia highlights, here's one. Andrei Kamara dancing around can't find a window. He found one little help. But he found one say once normal you take that many touches invokes going wait from goal you really get the finished. But monitoring what the space. We'll join stones on on his backside and just opened up from though Croatia winning the group at this point in the match in England relegated. Seventy eight minute long. Throw ingesting lindgaard. The tap in one hundred percent, my kinda rains hurricane gets a ton rolling across the line. Yes. I love those happing city the layup. Eight banal still England is going down with this result. Spain winning the group eighty second minute nita's header saved up the line lingered. Megan big stops. These there. Nothing because Jordan picked was hunt. This well, eighty fifth minute Benca. Well, the free kick, and Harry Kane as a redemption story wide in the second half. But you cannot give him time space if you had to pick up some guy in the box it would be hurricane. He's wide open. Nice finish Southgate's excited to one England. So at one point in this match price will winning the group and then later Spain we're winning the room yet. It's England that ends up winning the group. They are food to the nation's league finals next June those to be held in Portugal. Croatia. Relegated to be the World Cup finalists.

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England, Raheem Sterling and Spain discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

England, Raheem Sterling and Spain discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Dollars England's stunning Spain at UEFA nations league with a three two win as Raheem sterling scores. Abrasive Marcus rash for dads tally as England scores. All three goals in the first half. When marks the first time Spain has lost England on Spanish soil and thirty one years. Meanwhile, sterling

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"If your friend plays on a rival team so in my case jesse lingered and where he sterling raheem sterling perfect example in liverpool and city boy against the born in born and bred manchester united boy i think you should fucking hate his guts and yes i know that's the exact reason that england has failed in the past don't get me wrong i completely acept that when you put franklin parts dvd in the midfield what are you supposed to do exactly and i'm more of a club fan than a country fan so to speak just because we can watch club games every single fucking year for ten months straight so i would rather that deepseated rivalry still being place but for this instance especially for this young group of idiots on this england national team it's good to see a little bit of come rotary because england's really never had that at least since i started watching the like a family they they do like but i haven't seen a decrease in passion so to speak when these rival teams play each other like they they have some somehow compartmentalized themselves in such a way where they can work together very well on a national vaughan but still weakened weak out in the premier league they compete to all living hell so congratulations but as old school soccer fan yeah i'd rather see england as a purist as a true football fan yeah i'd rather see some hatred between some teammates it's very interesting it's i like free offer nab being honest i love appreciate anyone being offended genuine about like you know when they had so much talent why they underperformed when they had.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I'm saying i gotta wait till summer transfer so i'm not making my pick yet but the reason is it's so hard to go back to back in the premier league so i'm leaving city out of it so you would probably be second or third doesn't leave meal because i feel like they're going to be trying to pursue champions league glory but you know marino on the hoc i feel like klopp who's lost his six final in a row is on the hot seat now i mean i mean i i'm dropping facts i'm just saying i feel like i feel like liverpool is gonna yeah he's he's off chamula finals he's lost euro europa league finals via he's lost the the copa cup or whatever the cake cope poco yes lee cup he lost southampton he's believe you you lost the league cup i know that so i feel club really wants redemption and if he went premier league i feel that all solidify him especially for team who has won a premier league almost over twenty years over to only thing almost three decades now races to eighties since it is i'm not sure i'm don't call me on i can't remember i don't know they didn't win in the nineties oh yeah okay okay really i'm going to say is liverpool you had a fucking outstanding season don't take anything away from this game that you like a lot of people didn't have you making this far yeah which is not a slight so i think both sides you credulous we're not only has five champions league's also this quad is so stacked champions league now it's fucking nuts like bail and has fourteen measly marcello like mony rich coding crews has i think because he wanted to byron he has like he has one world cup fucking a league four champions league now he's only fucking like twenty eight twenty nine that's the shit that blows my i think module reaching and he is but let's move on to the future of this of these two squads liverpool madrid i think liverpool is being very aggressive which i love they've already signed for bdo who's been one of the most targeted midfielders of this transfer season got him even before the world cup starts and then the big rumor is all block.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"And last year when they were in the champions they they did not be topped having this year i feel is more deserving of recognition not less deserving and yeah all the fucking hoopla is about the salon injury but like we said earlier like rogerson said like liverpool has said if we narrow the game if we narrow this down to one second to one foul that's just an excuse real madrid has done the impossible twice in a fucking rope with an aging squad so fucking congratulations around he'd regulations to zidane graduations to cristiano renaldo for being the top goal score in the champions league for the third year running at the age of thirty four so fuck out real madrid i also want to say congratulations deliver yes yeah i think they've definitely almost like the celtics year scott somewhere where they like this how the celtics got to the eastern conference finals no one thought they were gonna make it without their stars noone reasonably thought liverpool was gonna make it to the champions league final or at least have a fighting chance so congratulated the report you've had one of the most exciting years of football enters of how you play with one of the most exciting players of a lifetime hamas la don't take don't take this too hard i feel like you know you guys are going to make some corrections i definitely think we're going to be in terms of pick for next year in the premier league i'm putting you up there of one and two i think he's gonna be you and united.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Sergio rambo's isn't a small fellow virgil van dyke is in a small fellow water so when two big guys go at each other there's more often than not it's not like one guy sent flying across the room and sergio rambo's i hope i fucking hope did not try to throw noble i'm sure he tried to fucking fake being pushed a shitload and carries his head was just an unfortunate position but at the end of the day when your arms are up in the box if your arms are above your shoulder you're doing something fucking wrong you're going to be called for a foul so it's it's again sketchy i can see both sides of the argument i'm getting into that like we're getting into that like great area and i sympathize with liverpool fans because they have a lot to talk about with this game especially sergio romo so like kev said i could definitely see sergio trying a little bit to throw carry us off i i hope he did not try and fucking give carries a concussion i i don't understand why he would because i've i've really never seen that since the dane headbutting the fuck out of moderate and two thousand six and again romo's is the villain and just this is what's interesting after this happened carry us popped right backup looked fine and then what was it like two three minutes later this is when the mistake happened and as you guys have found out or figured out by now kevin and i are both paralegals kevin works in the benzine area and i work on the nfl concussion case and so i kind of have an insight into the into the real life of concussions what it can do to you and so kevin brought this up earlier which kind of fucking me up he was wondering if carry got a concussion and to the best mine knowledge carriers never underwent concussion protocol and there has been i don't know if there's been rumors about him having a concussion or what i just i just brought up as as a thought as i can see an argument for liverpool's fans the make that and i see him not wanting to come out is championing final if you have a concussion and they're like take me out of course you were like if you're a player you're not gonna want.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Injury but i can see going away i see i understand the argument this i don't see as much it's elbow to carry his head right before the mistake i'm just going to call it the the the mistake of the champions league i can't really like it's up there with like mark sanchez fumble of not tot ten place like there are some not ten plays tom brady dropping that pass when he probably could have reached the more in the super bowl shocks eagles gwen missing every fucking thing in every argentinian final yeah so like there's not top ten plays in the world we'll get to that but anyway seems as though virgil van dyke may have pushed rama's in the carriers in carrie's got an elbow from romo's depending on what angle you see from it does seem as virtual van dyke dig a touch almost the amount of force almost push forward and hey carries in the head that's argue i think that's where the grey area is cause for me i've been pushed in rugby games and in like different sporting events and i know how to fall out of the way out of someone so this is just my personal experience you can call me a fucking idiot but i could see romo's like using the push my virtual van dyke as saying like i was pushed but he didn't try to move out of the way seeing that carriers was in the way but that's my whole argument with it i feel like that is dirtier play than the mohamedsalah play yeah i'd absolutely agree with that i can pretty easily argue wrap my head around the romo's versus law that we just talked about but this is harder.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Even on soccer pages commenting on like instagram model pages since i'm a feminist i follow a lot of you know pages and cheers and you know is this is where i stand i'm totally with more in that it was definitely a foul i felt as though romo's had the opportunity to release he didn't which is the foul correct my thing is the intention i can't say it was a dirty play because salah was the one who initially wrapped around rama's so that's where like if it was in this case almost was the one who grabbed his arm and bring him down we'll we're on camera i was showing for camera so i'm salah all right i grabbed him and like what's supposed to do it is like you got to understand when we watch replays us as fans we get the super slow motion yeah when you watch play in real time you're like oh it's a blink of football it's like when in football when a player hits head to head and you watch us lhamo shen you're like oh that was targeting but you can't realize how fast the game is i know we'll mitt like the fucking shocker of the game is rama's is the villain but it's almost like we predestined that we knew almost now who's going to be the villain in this shows up a little bit later which i was more of a dirty play with the elbow to carry us but we'll get more to that later.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Red light a good twenty pages about the tactics that liver points dane used in this game today at work because i'm motivated and the way madrid was set up really played into the hands of liverpool they started east go east go is brilliant fucking soccer player there's no question about that but the way he plays is keep it central and when you choose east over bail you eliminate the wide option so in the first twenty minutes in the first half and the first fox sixty minutes ram madrid was trying to go right down the middle and liverpool could distribute it wide roberson in the first half did not have a wide player to worry about so he was always the hell at ball so liverpool was really taking the game to to real madrid and the first twenty minutes it was a fucking fun game i was nervous about my pick i'm going to fucking open up about that and then things got a little chippy the first the first incident of the are we are we talking about the salah's romo's we're going to we're going to tackle that right now yeah attended fucking anyway i think this is a huge talking point we've been bickering about it for a good like three hours this morning and i i think it's a really interesting discussion when we watched it at real time we both agree to it was foul in the bar we both agreed it was a foul and i've seen it what like twenty times since and i still think it is a foul i don't think there is any question that there is a foul in this awkward i don't think anyone can deny that and if you are you've clearly don't know what the fuck soccer is but i think the football asshole but i think the biggest thing on the most important thing in this debate is there was no malicious intent roundnose did not bring salal down hoping to fucking injure him to take him out of the game rama's did not bring salal down hoping to take him out of the world cup and yeah wral moses a foul prone player yeah rama's fucking fouls he's got the most red cards probably got the most yellow cards fact check mail net.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Questions about the game and that's kind of what we wanna do next and i think it'd be really fucking fun to do it at you know another bar another same same or it doesn't even matter yet like it was actually really cool that's that night i was mean marengo separated because of course we were just wasted i ended up at brock how schmitz which is a bar on south street like the german bar like beer giant beers you can get the hell's lagers and it's amazing it's a great place if great meets oh meat sticks or dating oh my god anyway i was outside you know not looking at people smoking cigarettes as we always do and i saw this guy with the new germany jersey and it was so sick it was like the white germany jersey with the four star so i'm like wasted i go up to hey hey man i love your jersey not like that man jersey i have a the black red wine from the twenty four team world cup with the three stars before they won their fourth title world cup you know what i meant and he's like oh thank you so much you know i actually owned this place money ms doug i'm the owner brian schmitz no fuck it way like he's like yeah we all these events here he showed me pictures from the twenty fourteen world cup where they blocked off south street which was super cool and he get your take sicker we did a live podcast today we want to use like oh yeah you should come to events with us in like come bring out and come out the bundesliga games in the morning i ended up meeting like a ton of other soccer guys there and it is a great bar i mean it can't get like obviously pricey because you're getting a giant leader.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"In it was awesome there is it's not known as a soccer bar but i think they're trying to grow that in like that's really cool you like seeing that philadelphia like because we were originally going to go to the victoria hall which is the liverpool bar but apparently it's like okay i don't i'm not trying to talk she had on it i just don't know but we got invited out here by the cost soccer league to you know we were able to pass out a bunch of our stickers i actually have the right size stickers now i actually got three by three inch not one by one got me and it was awesome there are so many fans be margaret as drinking meeting a bunch of people tend to liverpool fans tons of real madrid fans it was a really good vibe tons of our friends came out twenty of our friends so it was it was really really cool genuinely did not expect such a huge turn out or such a fucking fun atmosphere i think the cost guys and having on broad did an awesome job of kind of getting that soccer atmosphere in and everyone who was there was just so into the game and i felt like there were more liverpool fans and truth be told all cards on the table i'd like six mixed drinks before the game started talking mad shit entire time and it was on as the oblast and before we jump into talking about the game i want to talk about my favorite part of the game at halftime i went out to smoke a cigarette i don't smoke yet we're nonsmoking products i went out to watch people smoke cigarettes.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Many percentages six point nine percents six point nine six to nine nice so they're also pretty because i picked them up like thirty minutes ago yeah unrefrigerated and a distributor and it's hot as balls out so i'm going to cut this guy break what's it called in gulf when you give a like plus three shots or some shit oh fuck i don't know anything about gordo no three par i played three park yeah we did we drunk yeah they say you can't print cooler i've ever had to grab like mechanics out of the back of my lake cartlidge put tools in was it called the jumper cables and i just filled it with ice we will always we put you angling in there that was awesome do you remember we lasted like maybe three holes before we went to the adam sandler happy gilmore the runup yeah that didn't last long people really did not like us no you know i like it i like how high percentages glad eight a little bit before this i would say probably gonna eat it was colder i definitely enjoy it way more absolutely i'm going to i'm going to give it a eight to and going to rag my brains for the rest of the podcast trying to remember what that golf term is i haven't it's on the tip of my tongue god bogey on my mind verdy bogey or dolf club swing i really handicap a hand is i think so or were handicapped definitely so we have a lot of soccer of the talk to you especially the champions league final which we are honored enough to be invited by the cossack early in philadelphia to be part of we are invited to do the do the raffle and also give a little soccer analysis podcasts afterwards which is weird setting but we'll talk more about that later.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Didn't get all his targets lhasa disappointed by that knows been left trailing in manchester city's week and he's trying to make that grown will he county i'm i'm not so sure o'neil fashion billy run fashion i will vote how will bo you go to the bold and tell them that some of the players i have on good enough and the meantime i will what with them and try and do the best i come with them for the good of of them on the club but please you need to get me some better players i won't vote you go that way is are they not good enough marshy al rash vich really not let me give you if we put raheem sterling next marcus structure because they can be comparable players you have seen a developing in raheem sterling that wasn't quite there before the arrival of the have we seen the same sort of development from arcus written i think the answer is no and so at some point yes it's on the player yes those are the guys that are on the field and they're they're making the decisions with the ball of their feet but you have to have a responsibility as manage to make sure that that guy develops as well because that guy development makes makes you a better team and claw as the guy between you and city but that seems to be getting longer bigger than actually smaller and i just don't see how a manager who got in the middle of the season alexi sanchez who they invested a lot of money for how he's complaining about not getting the players that he receives ago if you put russia next to stooling this is before they arrive at of guardiola before they arrive marino you've had rosh bud all deal then both those marriages commend their respective clubs as much as you see the improvement in regime stealing foucher undergrad you i still think you take russia with this indigenous renew and then no despite the ups and downs despite some of the misses from rehim stealing you still see his improvement on how impacts a manchester decide which running away with this title and yet study look at marcus raffard look i looked at his tacitly he played ninety minutes six times this.

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Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

"Too often we were there for her i see tried to ride south african president cyril ramaphosa ending that report from winnie mandela's funeral by certain maseko this is the bbc world service twenty two minutes past the hour time for the sports news his column harrison hi paul thanks very much we start at the commonwealth games in queensland where these scottish marathon mccallum hawkins collapsed with exhaustion while leading the race there was a two minute delay before medical staff reached him he was taken to hospital for tests but scottish team officials thankfully say there are no now major concerns about hawkins condition that abc steve cram described the moment hawkins became ill column is collapsing they really need to get someone to quickly this is tragic to see he was going so well but he's pushed to how they need somebody needs to get to him this too far to go way too far to go it's not as though it selects two hundred meters will the races won by the champion mike shelley australia well the women's marathon was won by hilario yohannes who claimed namibia's second gold of the games manchester city a one win away now from claiming the english premier league title they bounced back from losing three games in a roving treating their champions league exit by liverpool to beat tottenham three one at wembley last night and go sixteen points clear that's off of the table john murray reports after the disappointment of the previous week manchester city made something of a statement here in becoming the first team to beat spurs at wembley in the premier league since august city looked every inch the champions in waiting after gabrielle's zeus outpaced sanchez to score the first they deserved a fortunate break in the awarded a penalty expertly converted by gwendolyn and while spurs rally lead with a goal from ericsson before halftime raheem sterling six yard box poach with just under twenty minutes to play to city once again to the brink of the title and the french league title could also be decided later on sunday parry sanger man will be champions with five games to go if they beat secondplaced monaco the reigning champions at home this evening in spain barcelona set a new record of thirty nine games without defeat when they beat valencia on saturday luis suarez.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on Caught Offside

"If you wanna go down the road we can no i really don't want to re because at least surprised to hear you say espn put out a pretty good article about what varies and it still doesn't change my mind about it and there's been some classic misconceptions about what it's supposed to do including for myself clear and obvious is nothing to do with it apparently no so whatever well no clear and obvious has everything to do with it it's just very subjective as to what clear and obvious means it's move on there you go this is nothing to do with the game itself but raheem sterling said something that i thought was interesting because you know i gravitate towards fan related issues i'm gonna read a quote from sterling about england's fans quote i feel sometimes there's a bit too much negativity i would love to hear some pot positive notes going in just to make the boys know that everyone's behind them he told bbc radio five live continue here if you if you want your country to do well as everyone says bring a positive light into it make the boys go off to the world cup with clear heads knowing everyone's behind them everyone's with them we know what we can do i believe what we can do it just having that support and that backing feeling loved trust me i think you'll definitely see a better england what do you think is he taking a shot here is he right in what he's saying like i get his point but it's kind of rollercoaster with england and i guarantee you there's a swagger after the last two games particularly considering what hollander the portugal and considering ins could result in amsterdam on they probably should've beaten italy last night so what happens is the fluctuation the open the down you know they go up until probably the twenty fourteen world call which was the first time they went in with low expectations into tournaments they usually go into re with really high expectations on i don't get where he gets that the the fines aren't behind them jj.

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"raheem sterling" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"raheem sterling" Discussed on ESPN FC

"If you wanna go down the road we can no i really don't want to re because at least surprised to hear you say espn put out a pretty good article about what varies and it still doesn't change my mind about it and there's been some classic misconceptions about what it's supposed to do including for myself clear and obvious is nothing to do with it apparently no so whatever well no clear and obvious has everything to do with it it's just very subjective as to what clear and obvious means it's move on there you go this is nothing to do with the game itself but raheem sterling said something that i thought was interesting because you know i gravitate towards fan related issues i'm gonna read a quote from sterling about england's fans quote i feel sometimes there's a bit too much negativity i would love to hear some pot positive notes going in just to make the boys know that everyone's behind them he told bbc radio five live continue here if you if you want your country to do well as everyone says bring a positive light into it make the boys go off to the world cup with clear heads knowing everyone's behind them everyone's with them we know what we can do i believe what we can do it just having that support and that backing feeling loved trust me i think you'll definitely see a better england what do you think is he taking a shot here is he right in what he's saying like i get his point but it's kind of rollercoaster with england and i guarantee you there's a swagger after the last two games particularly considering what hollander the portugal and considering ins could result in amsterdam on they probably should've beaten italy last night so what happens is the fluctuation the open the down you know they go up until probably the twenty fourteen world call which was the first time they went in with low expectations into tournaments they usually go into re with really high expectations on i don't get where he gets that the the fines aren't behind them jj.

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