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"reese nelson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"The amazing thing to me was Gabrielle Jesus was the hero injured. He begat Eddie and ketcha. Lost this form, begat Leandro trossard, begat Reese Nelson, on this day in almost biblical lineage of arsenal goal scorers and in that moment, all we saw everywhere just the purest joy, the purest innocence footballers are heavily paid, massively their cynical, their professionals, but all of that in this moment, just the masks completely dropped. They were just reeling around, eyes full of wonder in unison with the arsenal faithful. At Charles watts tweeted, the more you look at the still picture of the goal the more you see, Gabrielle clapped over, odegaard flat on his back on the floor, Ben white trolling cherries keep a net out, celebrating in his face, georginio, charging on saliba going somewhere, Nelson, honestly, is the calmest of everyone, this Bournemouth surrender cobra is absolutely everywhere. A goal deep in what's called Fergie time Sir Alex Ferguson united as title winners would always find a way, never stop believing. Never stop going, never stop winning, can't stop, won't stop. David will ask the football club. Chasing that first title in 19 years. Just last second moment. I mean, I watched it. The collective memory that the fans, the players, forged in that moment. Can you name a movie? Name a movie that was better at the end than that because to be honest, my favorite movies are all they're all Holocaust one, so happy ending is not really my thing. But sportsman agrees. I mean, nearly every nearly every Hollywood movie ever made ends like that, roger. It was a wonderful moment. What made it so good is that it wasn't just pure happiness. It wasn't just pure joy. It was heavier than that. It was, it was a release of pressure. It spoke to the amount of pressure that they all feel under the amount of pressure that Arteta is putting on himself that he's putting on his club. It was a release of something phenomenal and deep and terrifying to them to be caught. And the moment that they escaped after that early goal, they escaped after going to kneel down, they escaped after, you know, as you said, every block, every shot going wide, everything not quite going their way as they tried to get in the game. That's what made it so good. But Arsenal fans just loving life at the moment, particularly there's a joke going around that the three last minute stoppage time winners that they've savored. This season all came off academy graduates, Rhys Nelson. Eddie and ketchup and the back of ME Martinez's head. God bless you ask the by the way from an Everton fan. What a game. The goal after 9 seconds, that's what's amazing about this epic game. That Bournemouth goal, a complete misdirection in narrative by the Premier League script writers will be totally forgotten. All we know is gunners, chiefs, Brendan Fraser, come back season, is upon us all. And I want to end this game by reading a Raven we got from GF OP, Paul Mellon, who wrote after the final whistle. He said football really saved me today, massive storms in Louisville, all of Kentucky had been power cut hundreds of thousands suffering, including mine, for well over 24 hours now, but Reese Nelson's goal made me forget about everything was one of a small few things to put a smile on my face. I love what you do. Keep on fighting the good fight. I'll just say, God, bless you, Paul. To you, and your family, big love to all of you in Kentucky and Arsenal fans. Just make meaning, make memories magnificent watching what your team are doing for you right now. Okay, roger Manchester City two Newcastle nailed the global order game of the week as Abu Dhabi owned Manchester City sea off the Saudi backed tune in what was a relatively routine win Phil Foden started the scoring leaving the type of streak between Newcastle defenders that is normally only reserved for his haircuts before steering one past Nick Pope and then in the second half, just two minutes after coming on as a sub, diminutive Portuguese indie rocker Bernardo Silva hit a quick catch and release to make it to and so pep keeps his hot perpetually agitated Iberian breath on the neck of his nephew, Mikel Arteta. That great English footballing centuries long tradition, the gulf Derby. Two clubs who hope that they will tear it opponents with the ferocity and tactical savvy that their teams of lawyers fight charge after charge in the courtroom get stuck in lord panic. Miguel Delaney, the independent journalist tweeted exciting game ahead, a one state owned club has been charged with multiple alleged breaches of Premier League rules. The other has just seen their owners contradict their legally binding assurances in a U.S. court, what a moment and yes, we have to mention Newcastle entered with the aftertaste of carabao cup defeat in their mouths and the looming threat caused by a case in the United States surrounding Liv gulf, legal filings, described a Newcastle chairman yassir Al ramien as quote a sitting minister of the Saudi government. What David piff was an instrument of the Saudi state after all. I don't believe it. Among the shocked. I mean, it seems we were assured at the time it took over. They were assurances, maybe aren't true, Devo. Ever to know. Yeah, assurance may not translate in Arabic in the same way as we understand it. But yeah, it's just tough. Yeah, it's difficult. I mean, this is what the Premier League has created. And this is what the Premier League is allowed to happen. I just really don't know what more can we say about it is becoming comical, absolutely comical. And of course, all of these findings that we're getting in this live golf case are fascinating reading. God, it's all I'll wait for. The Premier League teams who are not single state owned are said to be utterly livid, the matter will now be discussed at a shareholders meeting of the Premier League march 30th, Premier League in Newcastle, yet to make a comment, but the league's chief executive, Richard masters told the BBC back in November 22 21 that if his organization found evidence, there were state involvement in the running of Newcastle, quote we can remove the consortium as owners of the club. I asked you to be clear, can not imagine that ever happening, but the club's brand is about to take on really a real true darkness. But to the football and city, desperate to keep arsenal's heels at least in sight as they headed towards the horizon. Needed this Newcastle, even more desperate to find their forward gear spurs Liverpool in that mud fight for fourth place. They unleash the gimp, Anthony Gordon made his full debut for some Ginger mano mano with KDB and it didn't work 15 minutes city cruising to lead incredible feat from Foden and picked up the ball at the edge of the area charged through one two three four Newcastle defenders clipped at home with a heavy deflection off Batman four and three for peps first son and his best day though and he seems to be getting back there dudes like a human hand grenade. Yeah, I mean he is explosive. He has, he has the muscle reflexes, the insane muscle speed of something from wildlife, rod. You know, it's why fleas can jump so far and it's why leopards can spring so easily. And sometimes Foden is not human in terms of his explosiveness.
"reese nelson" Discussed on The Lead
"Turning to the Premier League Manchester United went to Liverpool on Sunday for a classic matchup of two longtime rivals John and history was made in the process. Yeah, it was, but not the kind that man you wanted Matt. Very weird game that was competitive in the first half and then super not competitive in the second. Liverpool absolutely demolished united winning 7 zero and Matt 6 of those goals came after halftime. Here's the 7th and final goal of the match, courtesy of Framingham. Bobby, 7 heaven. It's madness. These now are crazy numbers. Throw in the towel. Absolutely. Brutal game for Eric ten hogg's side, Matt. That was the worst loss united has suffered since falling to Wolverhampton, also 7 mil, way back in 1931. These years are getting earlier and earlier on this episode which is crazy. What a difference a week makes last Sunday united was celebrating after the carabao cup to hoist their first trophy in 6 years. The possibility of man you pulling off the quadruple, which is winning the league and then possibly three other trophies on top of that, that was being thrown around. Yeah, they were being hailed as one of the best teams in the prem post World Cup. Maybe even as the best team in all of Europe since the restart, and then all of a sudden they go and get a thumped in historic fashion 7 zero. Of course. Yeah. And then on the flip side, we're not even two weeks removed from Liverpool getting embarrassed at Anfield in a big home loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League, but was Sunday's momentous victory over man you all of a sudden Jürgen Klopp's side is moving up in the Premier League table. The wind pushed Liverpool into 5th place one point ahead of Newcastle United and only three points behind Tottenham for fourth place with the game in hand. So now Matt, that top four race, getting awfully crowded. Well, wild stuff. Meanwhile, at the top of the table, Manchester City beat Newcastle two nil while league leaders arsenal one and stoppage time thanks to a crazy goal by Reese Nelson to beat Bournemouth three two, arsenal remained 5 points ahead of second place man city. We're closing this one out in the NFL as the combine started wrapping up on Sunday in Indy. We saw running backs, running the 40 among other things. But we have to spend a minute here talking about a guy who ran faster than many of those running backs back. On Saturday, and that was Florida quarterback, Anthony Richardson. Yes, John, for anyone who missed this, Richardson put on an absolutely electric show on Saturday and that included Richardson who is 6 foot four and a quarter. 244 pounds. This is a very large individual doing this in the 40 yard dash. He, at the vertical of 40 and a half, a broad jump of ten 9 and here he is running a 40 yard dash and oh my goodness. Moses Malone. Four, four. The full Moses Malone. Google that one if you don't know the reference with Moses Malone and fours. Unfortunately, for the reference, that 40 time was ultimately changed from four four four to four four three. Devastating. Either way, that's just wild at Richardson's size and that is not all not even close to it, John. He also showed off an absolute canon. Anthony Richardson here we go. Matt landers going deep. Look at that. Oh my goodness. He threw that from the 9 yard line in it landed on the 30. He turned that one over like a punt. I don't think we typically say this guy throws it like he punted it as a compliment, but you get the idea impressive throws. Richardson also set the quarterback record for vertical jump and broad jump at the combine because why not just be ridiculous that everything. Now the question becomes just how high is this guy going to get drafted? Remember, he was only the full-time starter for one season at Florida and he only completed 54% of his passes last year. So they're going to be a lot of questions about his accuracy, but man, what a wildly intriguing prospect and I am pretty fascinated to see where this guy goes, get me to the draft John. I'm ready. I love workout warriors. There's always somebody, so I can't wait to see what shakes out with him. And only about 7 and a half more weeks to go until the train. Okay, we're getting there. We're ready. All right, that's it for us today. From wondering, I'm John Gonzalez. And I am Matt strouf. Thanks for listening. Hey, prime members. You can listen to the lead, ad free on Amazon music. Downloaded the Amazon music app today. Or you can listen ad free with 1° plus an Apple podcast. And before you go, tell us about yourself by completing a short survey at wondery dot com slash survey. A few days before Christmas, Janelle Matthews disappeared from her home. There were no signs of a struggle, no eyewitnesses, no DNA recovered. But what if the answer had always been there? 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"reese nelson" Discussed on ESPN FC
"That save and it's just incredible and in the 97th minute for maybe what could be vegan that in the end will define the season if they go and win this title. It's just incredible. Frank technically how good is that finish? It's fantastic. In a way that it doesn't think too much, it let the bound bumps back and smash it like you really want to do it. But it's very, very focused on the ball. Not exactly where the goal is and smash it. I mean, that's a perfect as Julian said, we can see the right footed. But how is smash it from the left with the composure and also the is very relaxed the way is shot it. That's how we can kick it very fast. That's a perfection. Really a perfection. I think the stadium erupted. I switched on from Chelsea to arsenal just to see that goal as what is going wrong here at the Emirates stadium. That's the chance of the lack of the champion, I think. Well, it's interesting because we thought we saw that against villa of course with a georginio go a few weeks ago. We thought that was the wow moment. This is wow wow. I think you remember the moment against Monday night as well. It's very, very impressive the way that they can continue to the very end and get all sorts of results. And even this one today, you know, I think that for me, this is why we love the game of football because a win for arsenal against Bournemouth shouldn't bring the biggest of emotions, but when the game actually happens itself to so many highs and lows with the emotion. And what a fantastic finish for a guy that's not played as much football this season he would have liked through injury he was incredible. The technique to finish usually when somebody's taking a shot from that point on the field sold later on on their week of foot. Usually comes with a safety warning for everybody in the crowd because it's going straight up to you. But the way he was able to be so calm, so composed and just send the ball away for such a huge moment. It was absolutely fantastic. So again, fair play to arsenal. They're really getting the job done. And I think that level of belief is going to be sulky between now and the end of the season. You know, the reason we're excited about this goal is because not only what it means in the title, it's just a manner in which it has scored the stories that would have been said if they did drop points against Bournemouth. Are also running out of lives here, or they just showing that they are going to be the title winners. Well, it depends on how you view this. I told involvement arsenal, you're seeing this is about character and they showed yet again. And I think this goal is as impressive or it feels it frees more impressive because of how the whole game played out from the early goals of Bournemouth to lead and even with us coming back. And then at the very end of the game, the only player on the park who seemed to want to take any responsive responsibility was Smith rule. He got excuse me. He's the only one who seemed to be willing to shoot from the edge of the box or given an opportunity. Every time I also got the ball, they moved in wide and crossing and bought them for just loving that. And I'm thinking somebody needs to show some kind of responsibility. Somebody has to. Try something from closing because born with what we're dealing with that far too easily. And then all of a sudden, 90th man, I thought the referee was going to blow the whistle miniature go. It forced a recent Nelson. And at long last, somebody decides to have a shot as opposed to trying to work at old writers and reaching out to produce that and obviously it really was. It really was a special Stevie Corbyn said, why are they playing 7 minutes? It should be nice. I said, is that your takeaway? Of course. Of course it is. Now, to your point about players not taking responsibility late in the match, I think what happens here with Nelson is that he doesn't even have to think about it. He's anticipating that if something's coming his way, he's taken one touch forward and the only thought process that you have is make a clean strike and that's exactly what happened. The ball pops out to him. And would use the word composure and technique and how perfect it was. I'll use patience. The patients to wait for that ball to actually take that baby hub. That short hub so that you can catch it cleanly on that short hub. Knowing full well that you have two players closing you down. And that you're running out of time and yet you have the patient in that big moment to be able to execute. The moment itself is great for arsenal. What it means, obviously we know understandings. But I think it's the continuation of what we already know from this arsenal group. And it's become an expectation. When they go down, now you expect arsenal to come back. We do it from the outside. They know it from the inside. There's an expectation that they're going to come back. It's an expectation that Manchester United used to have back in the day is an expectation that Manchester City and Liverpool have had in recent history. And now it's an expectation that seems to be growing with arsenal. Regardless of the fact that they go down, they seem to always come back. What I would say to arsenal is that you've got to stop going down. Right. Because at some point, to your question, this luck is going to run out. This thing's tend to turn around and tend to go the other way. So you can not allow the silly goal that you're allowed to begin the match. That can not happen. That is not acceptable. But when you see the way this game ended, and you see the three points, you're willing to put those things to the side and concentrate on what matters. And what matters is that you're still ahead. To that point, I thought Reese Nelson's postgame comments seeing that once it got the corner, he was praying for the ball to fall to him. Now, whether you believe that or no, that's entirely up to you. But the fact that he's seeing it, I think sends a message to everybody that he's willing to take on responsibility. And again, just kind of looking at those closing moments in the game where I felt nobody at all. I was willing to take on that responsibility. No, here's a young man who came on had a huge impact in the second goal, is not seeing, I want that responsibility. And that's what you want. If you are putting together a title charge, you are going to have these moments where somebody steps up. And if that person is saying to everybody else, we have to be prepared to take on that responsibility. I think that's a really good place to be. So again, whether you believe him or not, that's entirely up to you, but I think it sends a great message to who this arsenal team sees themself as. It's kind of the polar opposite of when you went out for that corner that time and ducked out the way. You know what I saw. I'm trying to make you run. Frank obviously, it's difficult for you to relate to this as one of the most humble men in the world, but it must be such an incredible feeling to be amongst that arsenal side at the moment where you just feel invincible.
"reese nelson" Discussed on WBUR
"Again. Probably a little bit better than expected with tie aware. But yeah, once we stayed ahead and turned one, we could look after our tires. Of course on the it's always a bit more critical and that first thing made once we put the medium tyres on, it seemed very competitive. Football news now in the English Premier League title race are still returned to the top of the table, where the 5 nil thumping of the bottom club Nottingham Forest. Now two of the arsenal goals came from the substitute Reese Nelson, his first for the club on a day he'll never forget. Sit on a bench and you never know what happens with football you probably are one of the best days I'm delighted for remove the ball so well especially in the second half and I feel like this is something the gaffer wants us to do implement a play in style that is nice and attractive and I feel like today we showed it. Manchester United just to point off the top four following a one nil win at home to West Ham in the Spanish league, Real Madrid back top of the table there are points clear of Barcelona, but Carlo Ancelotti wasn't happy with a one one draw at home to girona and the German midfielder Tony Cruz was sent off for the first time in his career. And finally news that Liv golf crowned a first team champion to bring their controversial Saudi backed series to a close at the Trump national Doral, declaring the first season a huge success and vowing to come back bigger and better next year, the four aces counted by dusting Johnson collected the winner's prize there splitting $16 million, Johnson insisted it's all about competition, not the money. Andy, thank you Andy barwell. Chris has some of the other stories we've been looking at. Philippine officials say the number of dead from a vast tropical storm that hit over the weekend has risen to 98, dozens more were injured, most of the casualties were on the southern island of Mindanao, which experienced severe flash flooding and landslides. The billionaire businessman Elon Musk appears to have deleted a post on his new acquisition Twitter in which he referenced an unfounded theory regarding the attack on the husband of U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. In the tweet, mister Musk included a link to a site called the Santa Monica observer, which has been accused of peddling hoaxes. Mister Musk has not commented on the disappearance of the tweet. Police in Britain have confirmed that the man suspected of being behind an arsenal attack had a migrant center in the English port of Dover, was found dead at a nearby petrol station. The attacker threw fire bombs at an immigration office used to process asylum seekers crossing the channel in small boats. The fires were quickly put out, a police statement said two people had sustained minor injuries. Tens of thousands of people have been demonstrating in support of Ukraine in the Czech capital Prague. The size of the rally in wenceslas square dwarfed recent anti government protests organized by far right far left and pro Russia groups against the rising cost of living and Czech military backing for Ukraine. It was built as a demonstration against fear. The president of Iran Ibrahim raisi has given his strongest warning yet to demonstrators to end their protests, which have shaken his government over the past 6 weeks. He said security was a red line for the Islamic Republic, and he wouldn't let what he called the enemy undermine this hundreds of people, some of them young women, and students have been killed following the death in police custody of marsa amani, who was arrested for not wearing her headscarf in a way the morality police approved of the BBC's azadeh massier reports on Iran and I asked her if the protesters are listening to the president. It hasn't stopped them from going out and protesting. Yes, president racy did say a red line has been drawn in the head of the revolutionary guards on Saturday, warned protesters not to ruin their futures and that there wouldn't be a good outcome for them if they continued. But this weekend people turned out in more than a dozen university campuses across the country, despite these strong warnings from authorities, they marched, they did things like burn head scarves, and they refused to segregate in some of the university canteens, but those weren't empty threats by the authorities, and so militias, known as the bassi Gina Ron and right police, turned up and footage emerged from several universities of students running, screaming a gunshots could be heard and some of these videos on social media as well San and area, for example, that saw some of the worst of the crackdown. So it really demonstrates what we've seen these past few weeks that despite the fact that their lives are at risk, many of these protesters are overcoming that fear and coming out in force. Yeah, because previously we had had stories of security forces may be holding back a little but I'm sensing from what you're saying is the crackdown may be now at a tipping point. It could be it certainly feels like with these warnings and with the violence that has been shown on student campuses over the weekend that there's been a ratcheting up of that crackdown at certainly they've decided to target universities in a heavier handed way, but while hundreds have been killed in these protests and I don't want to underplay just how violent the current crackdown is, it hasn't quite reached the peak of what the security forces are actually capable of and have done in the past given how long these protests have been going on. Certainly in 2019, those were the last mass protests. There was a quick violent surge in more than 300 were killed there according to NGOs, and those protests didn't have the same momentum as these ones do, so that shows that this time there is some sort of hesitancy from the Islamic Republic about how they're meant to respond to protesters who are in large parts women, a school children, as well as students, and the fact that they're taking the whole ideology of the Islamic Republic to task and you mention the security forces that were walking alongside that is another question here. It's will they follow orders? If they do decide to go for a much stronger crackdown, can they rely on the security forces on the ground? Briefly, one of the world's biggest bands talking up the cause of the protesters. That's right, Coldplay during the Buenos Aires concert are brought on an Iranian actress who helped them perform the anthem of these protests. It's a song called barrier and it pieces together all the messages and tweets that protesters have put out about why they're protesting out on the streets.
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Arsenal moves back to the top after 5-0 rout of Forest
"Arsenal is back atop the Premier League table following a 5 nil win against Nottingham Forest It took less than 5 minutes for the Gunners to take the lead as Gabrielle Martinelli hit the twine Reese Nelson scored twice in three minutes at the start of the second half Goals by Thomas party in Martin odegaard capped a route arsenal's tenth win in 12 games puts the team two points ahead of second place Manchester City The Gunners finished the game without bukayo saka who hobbled off in the 27th minute Forest remains last in the league with 9 points I'm Dave ferry