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The Identity of Me, The Community of Us

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The Identity of Me, The Community of Us

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They sold us this idea of all the world is a global village. Why don't we really go back to our own villages and see who is Hungary and who is not? Healthy and who is not and how can this government you know help every village in this big country. But. How do we get there these things this stuff that makes up the good society are partisan issues of left versus right? Yet we seem to be having a problem in creating a more fair society. Today on ideas the first in a series of programs about some of these questions if the most marginalized people become the litmus test for how well or societies do it, that means we have to retain everything that we do if the people who are on house become the central source to which we think about housing people think differently about how's it if the people without jobs become the central force true which we think employment. Differently, about employment if the people without childcare here are the ones vehicle to firs and these are all of the kinds of things that the Muka Foot blackflies center in their politics and the political organizing. And so they're really calling for transformation of the culture that we live in. Shakespeare had something to say about almost everything. and. So he had things to say about identity and belonging. In Hamlet, the prince's girlfriend feely who is losing her mind in grief and rejection says, we know what we are but no, not what we may be. She seems to be asking. Who Am I? Where do I fit in. Today on ideas the identity of me, the community of us. Ideas at Stratford is a series we've been featuring for years discussions, about big themes with all star panels recorded at the Stratford Festival this year there is no festival, but we're continuing the series virtually of course. In this time of upheaval. What does the future look like and to talk about the future of identity and belonging writer and Human Rights Advocate Munyama Zeke director of the women and Gender Studies Program at the University of Toronto Rinaldo Walcott. And CEO, of Ph s community services society in Vancouver Michael Vaughan. So I would like to start with a very open ended question we live in arguably a more individualistic society than ever before and yet it contemporary identity and by extension belonging has become much more complex to define. How do we know who we are and where we belong in the twenty first century compared with say one hundred years ago. Money I thought we'd start with you. Well that's very interesting question. How do we know we are Actually. I have been asking myself also this question. Why growing up into? But. Also coming in Canada. Then, later on being somehow. A student and moving to be mother then. Everything changes in my life when my husband was arrested. It's always I think this sort of died at because between what do we want to be and what I think the others also either an accused us or pretend that we are claimed that they know us. So I think this are these are these kind of double vision sort of. Who we are sometimes we know or we think we know who we are but in different circumstances, we discover ourselves I think it's a matter of. Who Are we? Also who other think we are, but also in what circumstances the person I am today with you talking with you on talk with Michael and tackle with the Rinaldo I. Think is probably different than the person that would have been one month or four months ago probably without the pandemic. So I think it's really something that we are constantly trying to define, but also trying to get approval somehow or maybe disapproval from the others. Michael where would you say is the difference between how we see how we determine who we are, how we decide who we are compared to what it was say fifty one, hundred years ago. I wasn't here fifty or one hundred years ago. So I'm there's a little bit of surmise in here but I'll tell you one of the things that I was thinking about when that question. I was thinking about the answer to the question. What do you do? We. Just kind of the opener for a lot of people. that. We would think about psych that defines you what you do and what you do probably give some hints to hang out with and that sort of thing and I was thinking about that particularly in contrast to some of the wisdom that has been shared with me by. My family on the prairies. And also, my indigenous friends and colleagues, and they say that is not the magic opener to people telling you who they are. The magic opener is where you from. Where are you from? And that is a of an expansive notion of allowing you to say I'm from these people or I'm from this place or I'm from this. Worldview it is a more expansive way in a more maybe. Pluralistic way to ask about that, and it's also more communitarian who else is where you're from and who do you belong to? Rinaldo. It's true. We were not here fifty or one hundred years ago but you say the process of knowing who we are as more on the inside on the outside than it used to be let's say a couple of generations ago I think it's both internal and external and and actually I like this question around a hundred years or fifty years ago because I think as a black game and that that kind of period dies and of life it's interesting. That in some ways, black people are still dealing with some of the issues that we've dealt with a hundred years ago. And Queer people, fifty years ago we're still struggling to be seen as as human beings within the larger human family. So it's a black gay man period just did something for me. But what it really think about this community and how who we are and how we make sense of who they are has a lot to do with the communities that we find ourselves in the communities that we identify with and the kinds of visions and dreams to we have for ourselves that might be collectively shared. So on the interior side of this for me is always you know my sense of who, I Amazon relationship to. My political beliefs what I think is politically possible. The people who are share a similar worldview with and the gain that shapes you know my external communities. But I think this question of of one hundred years ago to think about that as a black person is a really interesting question me and think about you know as a gay person fifty years ago. What it meant that where people were struggling with putting those two together rarely does something for me in terms of thinking about the stakes of how also overtime identities change I'm curious from that perspective given what you just said how much you would agree that you know is it fair to say that identity today is more fragmented than it used to be Or defining what identity is. Well I think sometimes, yes. That identities more fragmented. I think. But I think identities were always fragmented but it's defense certain circumstances that we make a decision to solidify them or to turn them into monoliths especially in the context of forms of oppression all that people become all black people, all Muslims, all Muslims, and kind of forget the differences in between these large groups of people. So I think it's always been fragmented but I think the real villain much more to engage the fragmentation as a way of saying that identity is a complex thing it's a it's complex both internally but this complex in terms of how we practice it and once we get to the sense that. Identity is something that we practice been not. So we're not very concerned with it being fragmented because we realized that we need different practices for different moments different circumstances I'm trying to test with all three view. Some of the assertions that have been made about identity in one one is also you know that they are identities are far more contested now than they used to be internally contested for sure I think one of the things that changed and it may just be linguistic when we talk about identities that are fragmented, we don't really have grand narrative of identity necessarily we don't ask people to identify themselves. They're one most important thing is more important for you to be. Whatever your professional position is or is it more important for you to be a mother which do you save first right? I mean that we don't. We don't have the expectation that there's a hierarchy necessarily are though although some people may feel that something is more important relative to how they define themselves. But I think that you know asking for a plurality of things only make sense even through the life span of someone who identifies a single person may be different than how identified as as a partner person as a person with a family. These are ordinary life events they're not A. Widely, shared throughout community and yet it changes our perspective. So when we say our identity, we're talking about the lens through which we see something. I think today what we see especially with. With the advantage of reasons, event of social media, we can see people where these fault lines that used to be clear. Now, they are more intertwined and somehow also even fuzzy because there are today people who are Muslim, and they are queer though think they never used to be before I mean in politics they call these things like wedge issue, right so they something where I can have the same opinion as someone who is maybe anti-muslim right and also the same thing across borders physically as well. I am living. Canada so I think of myself as a Canadian but I can't sometimes you have some solidarity with people who are in. Other places in Canada because of their either you know religion or because of their opinion. So I think this is really cross and transcendent really all on all sort of spectrum of opinion and religion. So could could it be that the that blurring you're talking about? Could it be that? That's the reason that identity seems to be found more often at the center of so much of our conflicts and debates today. So I'm dying to build on this because it just seems to be juicy and so rich. So we're talking about how identities are contested or the plural of their fragmented or their layered, and they're built up all of that's happening. At the same time that through the technology that Monja was just referencing our public discourse are getting more and more polarized. More tribal, more extreme, etc. so we are more patchwork. We see people who are. In groups that you would say, yes this group believes the following fifteen things and they say, yeah, well, those ten are good but these other five aren't on some of the examples that Monja was citing. It's my religion goes here, but my sexuality goes here. So I'm the mix of all of these things and you say this is great. This is expanding the world except our public discourses again, because of the mediums that we're using the technological mediums where we have this. Phenomenon of the tribalisation of public discourse where the polarization is getting more extreme so that you are supposed to identify according to tribe because the purest notion of those extreme extreme polls don't allow for this multiplicity of identities and layering and all the things. So I'm a conservative queer person whereas that category you're going to be called out over here and called over here for lack of your unity because that unity is pride in the tribalism that are reinforced through the algorithm as logics of our technology and yet. Here we are. We're more and more patchwork all the time, and so I think what's happening is a lot of people are not feeling themselves reflected in the kind of public discussions that we have because I'm a bunch of these things or I agree with you eighty percent of the time but I don't. I. Don't want the grief of being challenged through saying yeah. But that other twenty percent is problematic for me, and so we wonder about you know if if we're really if we're really reflecting through those medium. Or. Those media, the dispersed notions of who we really are now, Rinaldo what does that do to the conversation or the debate at hand? Yeah. What article I come to work quite differently than my two colleagues to the extent that I think that you know. Ben be take these monolithic groups women men. Conservatives and so on that they've always been people amount them who were queer or trans or who were something else and that we live in a moment where. It is now much easier for those people who let's say, a woman in a lesbian. To say I'm a lesbian too and that informs whether it means to be a woman. And so so what we're seeing is not so much fragmentation, but the assertion of the other elements of south of make us who we are and so for me, I don't see that as a polarized sation of the public discourse what I see ask it's filling in the things that we want silent on as as pushing back against the dominant logic of how we're supposed to be. So for example, you know there was a moment where when we talked about black teaming teeth, the default was well black men got to speak on behalf of of black communities. So black feminist said, all the blacks are men. As, a way to push back against that to create some space for their own voices similarly when we hear about queer Muslims, you know. We've always been a part. Of. The Community of Muslims, we've always been a part of its slam. It's just as we now have the tools to assert that in ways that we didn't have. Let's see Little Twentieth Century but we but we can do so now ansel to me part of what what I think we're seeing as the proliferation of the range of flu we might be, and of course, then that put liberation happens someone is public they will be people who will want to push back against that because it will violate their own sense of south to. Isn't that where the polarization comes from them. Would you say Michael just going back to you on that point I think the polarization comes from. A number of factors so I don't want to be simplistic about it but when I when I speak and talk about the technology, right so much public discourse happens through technology that privileges the most extreme we have language for this, we call it cyber bullying. We have this notion that you go after the people in a way that you never would in a public arena earn per. Face to face conversations. We have silencing shaming piling on of which we never seen in the public discourse in this in this way, and so that to say I mean there's incredible tension here to say that we have more voices participating at the same time we have more powerful techniques and indeed a more powerful culture of silencing than has existed at least in this million before so. So it's one thing to say we have we have compound identities that have found some spaces but there are some compounds that are just not very happy compounds. They are shut down and so I think that I think that I wanna I wanna keep alive the notion that there's a tension here and not again be simplistic and say we've become tribal and Monolithic in our identity we habit. I do believe we become more pluralistic but I am not as sure as my as my friend Rinaldo that is necessarily reflected in the public discourse I think that there's a there's a big tension going in the other direction Rinaldo wants to respond to that. I really want to push back a little bit my because I think that what you what you care to rise as a silent sensei bullying shame. So on that, what is interesting about about those things is that they're all found it through the recent emergence of social media, but but people who shared a kind identities like myself gay and lesbian people trance people, black people you know for one hundred and fifty years we were cut out. Of so-called venues of dissemination, let mainstream media and social media allows us to have a space to be able to articulate our own histories are on dreams and our own view and vision of the world, and so it's really interesting that when that happens that that becomes a particular kind of problem and so that's something that I think she gives pause and caution and I just want to say that further to that that you know part of. Why it's so important that we create more and more spaces for people to be able to speak how they understand themselves into the world. It's because the the sanction venues of mainstream media of universities major cultural institutions have been for the most part, the imaginary of up of the small, but dominant group, and and so part we're living in the moment where those of us who've been shot outside of those institutions are now able to offer a response to them. It doesn't mean that bad things don't happen in social media but bad things happen. Maybe only had print newspapers to you know people would write terrible terrible things about. Who didn't have the option to respond to it and so on I think that there's some that we've come to characterize social media as a kind of bogeyman for Santa Cultural Practices be of all this actually engaged in I'd like to hear Manja on this as well. Just what does what does the technology do to how we express our identities today? Yeah. Sure. I would like I also to go back to the idea of pariahs -ation and our try to follow up on that conversation I think is Asian is An easy answer to the insecurity or to the blurring of the lines that we have been talking about I think when I come and I say you know I I can be either on the left or on the ride it's in a way Way To simplify something that is so complex. So we call it fragmented so layered so and that appeal to the insecurity of a lot of people or maybe to the fear of some people a losing what they have left from what they see their identity is. So if I'm going to come and see as as a president or prime minister, you know, I, am anti-abortion i. Think that would appeal to some people who feel that everything has been taken out from them. The polarize ation is putting the on some kind of letters and making sure that Beasley still exists and relieving. That doesn't mean that they are right that doesn't mean that they are doing it out of conviction. I think it's more year you know doing it out of autism or. Just simply political opportunism the technology I think aloud both things to happen. It's allow that arise. To exist, and also to disseminate across borders I mean we have the example you know trump in the United States and the Prime Minister of India can agree on really like a lot of things together even though they can be somehow economically speaking like you know competitors. So I think the technology allowed in a way politician to. Bring those polarization lines but also it allowed the more vulnerable communities or the you know the the the marginalized community or the one who did not dare to speak out before to have a voice and be able you know to become proud of who they are. So how are we going to drain the sort of you know having those very polarized the views among these two sort of borderline we are going to have different small pockets either either come you're in the country in one country itself, but also cross country. How are we going to integrate marginalised communities into our idea of society? That's the question. Monja Mazique asks and that's the question were exploring today on the program. You're listening to ideas on CBC Radio One in Canada on Sirius Xm in North America in Australia on Iran and around the world at CBC dot. CA. Slash ideas I'm now liat. Happiness, how can you create it and make it a bigger part of your life join award-winning psychologist Decker Kellner to explore answers to those questions on the science of happiness from Iraq's and UC Berkeley's greater good. Science Center on each episode guests try research tested strategies to bring more joy connection and resilience into their lives. 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There's no stratford festival this year, but we're keeping the series alive just to remind ourselves of what we're missing and what we will hopefully be coming back to full force next year. Today on ideas, a discussion about identity and belonging with Munyeme Zeke. Rinaldo. Walcott and Michael. Von The program is called the identity of me the community of us. When we were preparing for this week we we recognize that just the issue of technology and identity could fill an episode just by itself so. But there are two very major events that are happening in our time. One is the obviously the covert crisis that has dominated. But before that, I'd like to talk about the black lives matter movement and so Rinaldo wants to ask you you know the the recent reemergence it is a reemergence because it's it's been around for for some time of the black lives. Movement has shifted the conversation, not just about the lives of black people but also about identity itself and about how we look at identity and and this how has happening not just in north? America but around the world, so I am wondering if you could. What thoughts have gone through your mind about how the larger question of identity has been Transformed by the events of the past weeks and months that we've witnessed these protests happening. Yeah, I think that's a really important question because the Muslim for black lies and the black lives matters organizations have done a number of that are crucial to help you think about identity the first and that they've done is they've they've articulated that the most marginalized are the people who are on the streets and fighting for. So people who are poor people who are. Trans people who require people who are disabled and indigenous peoples art people who they put front and center in their political program, and relatively what they've also done as that's not only articulated those identities identifiable entities. But if also said, identity is a practice, it's not just a claim you are this or at that. But what this claiming this or that do into world. Saw these identities can articulate a political vision of, let's say abolition. And that's what we've seen and the reason they can articulate that political vision of abolition of the abolition of police. The abolition of the Car Syria stay is because these people are very people who have also been impacted by. So they're not they're not doing this from someplace of abstraction they're doing it because it's A. Reality of their lives that police targets, sex workers that police target Trans People that police target black people, and so identities nothing if identity does not become a practice of politics and and I would even add to the ethical practice of politics that requires us to think about what it means to continually change our world, revise it and so on, and this is what we're seeing. With. Anthem for Black and give you one last example. The impact of this is so powerful that right now in Portland, the majority of people on the streets are white people to white people in. PORTLAND, are going through this moment haven't come to the streets in support of A. Where they're revising their sense of what it means to be white in the world what they were political and ethical responsibilities mean in the world that has to be shared with all of us, and that's where identity from being this thing that we simply claim into a practice. You've also you've you've called it a wreath you know a cultural moment one of of a rethinking of our entire of contemporary. Society. Yes, it definitely is. I mean by that is that If the most marginalized people become the litmus test for how well or societies. That means we have to think everything that we do if the people who are on house become the central source to which we think about housing people think differently about housing if the people without jobs become the central force true which we think about. We would think differently about employment if the people without childcare are to ones, we go to first and these are all of the kinds of things that the black lives center in their politics and the political organizing, and so they're really calling for transformation of the culture that we live. And not to presume to know firsthand but certainly, as somebody who's living through this time I what I've noted is that it really has highlighted the persistence of inequality of all in all. It's Hughes, and so I wanted to get your thoughts, Michael and Manja on that. How does such a prominent discussion one that is is front and center right now around the world. How. Does that change how we view inequality and what could be done about it? So Michael, your thoughts on that. I am often struck because I come from a health and housing sector and that's Invariably, entangled with rights and perceptions of citizenship. We have over fifty years of data that shows that. The social determinants of health. Mean that the more vulnerable you are in terms of your societal positioning, the more vulnerable you are in your body. I mean talk about practice talked about talk about DOT COM, not abstract concrete, right? Your sense of belonging is central to how you experience health wellness in your world. Fifty years of data up to the moon proving this and every once in a while we just have to pretend we just forgot about it and we have some movement that reminds us whether it's the women's Movement, the Disabled Persons, movement black lives matter I, mean it comes time and time again where we say we have to center the people at the margins because that's what creates belonging we've had. Many iterations of this layering on, and so the feeling that we have a kind of a critical mass of understanding the importance of that is very welcome because what I want to contribute to that is defiant supports it the data supports it as something that is that is real an actual and beyond political vision and it has real impact in relation to the things that we might actually want to measure. This is measurable in its importance and Manja, as you've watched the protests, how how is it a and you know the discussions around the protest? How's it changed your thinking about the way we view inequality and belonging and identity I think. There is some sort an irony here because he took a pandemic, it took a moment of of really fear for finally black lives matter found some sort of a people who were interested in hearing the message I think for many many years they'll smash surge was somehow buried and I think finally covid put somehow an end to this crazy sort of world where. Nothing really matters especially when it came to black lives and finally people were able to see. So as if there was a screen before and then that's screen came out and then people who are able to realize that I'm very, very glad that I think those groups were able to emerge and show what is really going on over there. But I think to go back to here to to they pandemic I think it also brought not only black lives matter but also we brought the crisis our societies are going through. You know we have. Really a big big problem of inequality. We have a big problem for years. Nobody wants to listen to the problems caused by the hegemony of some multinational. Getting all the prophets and sharing them among each other and then all the other people who are really getting every day poorer and every day more and more vulnerable. So I think yes black lives matter are speaking not only about their own issue, but also broth those concern and this reality. This really reality than this is why some other white people are going to identify. I guess, maybe not necessarily because of certain solidarity with skin color but also it is a salary with their situation with their economic situation with their you know social precarity with their so. Once. Again we go back to this idea that you know identity today's become in transcend borders it transcend the skins. Doesn't mean those things do not happen. Do not matter they do so I. Think. Yes. Black lives matter brought us this possibility to see that. Lot of people are suffering today not because you know just of racism. Yes. Those are for sure but. Because of system of financial economical political system that is affecting all the vulnerable groups out there Michael, I wanted to. Go back to you from it because some the sense of space or the sense of identification with a place with a border is something you. You know something about from the local level as well I mean you you're in charge of community services and umbrella nonprofit in Vancouver that works on housing healthcare and related social issues in the downtown eastside of Vancouver where we've reached you. Know we know that we cut the poor in the drug-dependent and the homeless out of the concept of belonging and citizenship and a sense of belonging to a space. You've used the expression creating conscious community in this context. Can you explain what that means sure you know it's interesting when we talk about marginalization sometimes we don't. We don't reflect on that being a spatial paradigm. Right something is out there not here close to us. We use all kinds of language when we talk about. People who are not being centered out of place. My point is that places real it's not just a metaphor and when we look at the people who we've seen suddenly visible in ways that we haven't seen before. The homeless. We say we see the homeless because they're homeless there on the streets we can see them. When we had the COVID lockdowns we magnified the number of people we saw on the streets because the marginally housed the people who couch surf, the people who live in ways that are just precarious suddenly became even more visible and so the context of my gosh look at how many homeless people are it was as if we had done an outing of who really is precariously housed along with the street homeless so We had this suddenly visceral sense of just how how dense the margins if you were the marginalized were in our city, right in the heart of the city in the downtown Eastside, and also elsewhere the thickening of our understanding of how many people were involved. So when you say well, how how are we going to how to create belonging? You're you're talking out of your hat unless you're actually talking about a place. Route. A place you can be a safe place to be an that is that is no. Sense, of anything it's the it's the bricks and mortar of how you get to be some wear, and so the being of somewhere and the belonging I think we become a little bit insulated from this notion because of social mobility mobility is good mobility sounds good. It sounds like something we want we want to be mobile we'd always stuck. But the idea of being in placed of having the security and knowing that you have a place is a very profound human need. It's an animal need territorial animals, and so the sense of saying this is a place that you belong not in the abstract but your community is actually some where you are not nowhere you are not you are. You're in this place and you belong to it and you have the opportunity to contribute to the building of that community the shaping of that community you have role in this place the sense of place I think is really needs to be central as we talk about how we're going to. How we're GONNA make belonging be real. Money are you want to add something? Yeah. I wanted to add something because I think in the last you you started this with talking about identity the fifty one hundred years ago. But in the fifty, sixty years ago, I think we have been sold something called the globalization. And economically speaking and I think the some politician came and say to people look it's so good. We can give other people to factor our good and services and we are going to be you know everybody's going to be better off we are going to be better off they are going to be better and. Things work quite well until I think nationalism today and I'm not at all defending it and seeing it is a quite a very direct result of a globalized economy that is failing and so what is the easiest way to out who to tell people to to appease them is to bring them back as a child. Or human being go back to where you were a child than feeling good about that. So I think this is where the politician are bringing the pot some part of the population making them feel good. Momentarily just you know with some sort of fake sort of impression. But, of course, this is going to be at the expense of who of whoever is coming from abroad and whoever is coming to say, well, you know, I have I have something to to bring you here are or maybe this is what the globalization globalization brought me here. I'm going to stay all over always in China Green India rain Africa I am going to come and be part of you know this sort of global globalized word. Okay, Rinaldo Michael and then. We're JUST GOING TO WRAP UP A. Couple of things about the. The late. British. Black intellectual thing historic hall said that you know. Migration was Joe in the globalization pack that you know global capital felt that it could control when capital move but it didn't realize that on plan migrations also happen that they won't be able to fully control migration the people there's something human people's that bubble human humans that make them want to move and so on. Planned migration has been the joke in the. Legislation, but also we can only believe globalization worked if the amount of the poor the on house and so on. We're not seeing. and. So globalization and its own collapse. Now, because I think it has collapsed at the level of of of neoliberal economics. We can see it in our housing crisis in this enough America be considered in jobless crises, but we can also see it in all the practices we're black people were often seemed to be out of place, and so this joins with now dis DIS DIS more contemporary migrations and it's really important for us that when we talk about this, that remembered that kind of dominant miss narratives that are attempts at shaping who are are. Always in some ways built true logic violence if not actual practices of violence. So as we saw globalization in Missouri poor and working class families, we also saw other kinds of cultural practices where are public parks became almost private is we're street furniture went from people being able to lie fully out on to being able to only set on head and a whole range of cultural practices. Then reoriented US tours being a ready mean. Society. And as more and more people feel the brunt of that I think money is right. Politicians are able to exploit that and blame others as opposed to come into terms with the failed policies that they have helped to create and put in place on the allows capital and finance to be concentrated in the hands of a small number of people. So if after World War Two, the ideal was that wealth could be spread much more widely and we saw the emergence of the middle class in North America. And Western Europe and we saw the baby boomer's boom after that it's been downhill and increasingly becoming more and more difficult for generations to achieve anything like the achieve post World War Two and that's kind of political cultural conundrum that we're in now and it's fueling a lot of what we might call polarization and what does it do to the notion of belonging ultimately well, I think in mixed, really difficult for people to claim a belonging easy belonging if something we have to struggle over, you know ultimately. These things get solved? True. The kinds of political dreams and visions become with and are able to bring people along to share with others to think about how we can reform and remake the communities that we need. Because we know that the committees did we have no or not working. Michael you wanted to weigh in I just wanted to quickly say I, think that there are so many ways and so many different lenses on the kinds of movements that we've been talking about social mobilization globalization. All of those things where we're talking about big big things and it's very difficult to make definitive statements about any of them right because I can think of fifty and examples in which drew and fifteen in which it isn't. So I just wanted to push back on this notion that it is just potentially nostalgic or destructive that we are thinking hearkening back to a different time. There were some very good qualities that people hunger for in that different time. And different place and some of them have to do with being emplaced and belonging. Who provided you with services they weren't on the end of a phone someplace else that you didn't know and you may say, well, that's xenophobic but there is something about our need for human interaction were really feeling. The preciousness of it because of the distancing that we've experienced through infection control, there is something about face to face interaction that's and forgive me for sounding like sesame, street but knowing the people in your neighborhood that is an important part of belonging and I know it sounds it sounds backward and it sounds you know maybe a little too country five maybe just come straight. Out of Hee haw and I'm talking about what it is to know the folks that you are surrounded by they make your community however else you identify however else you think of yourself in the world as being part of all other people who are ex wires Ed, the people that you share space with are also your community and I think that we have missed prized. Again the people that are across the street however, we may relate to them or not there are community to. Just a couple of really quick last questions and it's hard to say quick because this is such a dense topic and I wanted to just. Finish or close the circle on the COVID nineteen crisis and Rinaldo. Something you said that despite the crisis in the end, the questions that it raises about our identities and who who we are really as people, you know the identities that we would have had prior to this crisis haven't really changed. So what I wondered, what you think is up for grabs with this pandemic, what is actually a butter identities that is still in flux or is in flux because of the pandemic? Part of what's influx is whole or be going across various identities. Make sure that we don't go back to what we had. because. Clearly, what we had was the foundation for you know black and non white people dying in larger numbers clearly what we had was the foundation for people who were on house and people who were precariously house to be now fully on house, and so part of what I think what I hope that colder would have done for us we'll still. Do for us. It's activate a different part of our identity, which is the ethical Lamar dimensions of our identity and to get us to think about what as to be old to each other, not just to ourselves. Because I think in the pandemic, we can all become really canceled thinking motorcyles protecting ourselves. Making sure we don't become infected maybe making sure become infected. Art Livelihoods do not suffer and so on. But I think is really at stake is you know how do we engage with people who we think we have share nothing in common with. But still should care for. And if if if Colbert this, not a activate that in us, we will go back to what's being called the normal. That was not normal for many many many many people. So to me the part of our identities. Steak now is ethical and moral practices what this would look like and what kind of world they can shape. Manja well, it is interesting because we have here a change of Paradigm I. Hope. So and I, we can only hope that not going to be. A new sort of reality and not see. You know some other economic agent taking advantage of the coffee or some addition taking advantage of it and try you know to jump in it's like this idea of chalk doctrine right? You know taking advantage of the vacuum created by this crisis and then try to implement new sorts of things are going to make people more that you know the vulnerable more in need. So I think it should be a reverse sort of chop shock of doctrine. So that means. would be really an opportunity where we as a society we are going to. You know reexamined what are our ultimate objectives economically? Politically and as Rinaldo saying, I, think with with the ethical I think with some sort of ethical framework where how we can be more inclusive despite the fragmentation despite the patchwork despite those layers how can include everyone into that social contract? I think we have to bring a new social contract how we can live together on what basis and if before you know they sold us this idea of all the world is a global village. Why don't we really go back to our own villages and see who is hungry and who is not who is healthy and who is not, and how can this government you know how every village in this big country? Manja as posed and answered my last question. So I'll have the other two the other two of you to to do the same the way I put it. Less, eloquently, that how do we build? An idea of community or nation around a set of ideas that exclude some ideas but include others. But most importantly answering the question on you brought up that gives a sense of belonging to the greatest number of people. I think. For me the question of do no harm. Is Foundational to how we think about nations and national policy and. Right. Now, we have lots of policy decisions, lots of policy practices that do significant harm to large numbers of people, and that can be no way to build the kind of new social contract ammonia just spoke. and. So if we're going to move forward, you know we can begin with some of these things that have happened in the last three or four months. a guaranteed income We can move forward with you know having really serious robust conversations about childcare so that women who had entered the workforce don't find themselves after covert having to exit the workforce permanently. So we can begin those policy conversations with a very basic and simple question of what kind of policy can can create that does no harm does the lease model arm I don't think that's how our governments and or major cultural institutions in financial institutions have been thinking about policy and I'll leave it there, but I could I could go on. Okay, all right Michael last word to you. All thanks. I have nothing sunny to say. I think we are in for global recession. I think that Cova God has given us a preview of some of the crises to come and I. Think it showed us some of the. Tensions and divisions and fault lines. Also some of the solutions and the solution that I want to talk about is not really a solution. It's almost a miracle and that's people with enough Moral Authority to act like peacemakers across all our divisions to try to bring some semblance of collective action. So we've seen this this quite an amazing phenomenon of the. Deer defecation of public health officials. Who Speak? A. Reasonably, calmly non-politically to the police that we are at and one of the things that reminded me of how was I happen to be in place in time? Post Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia when there was such a country to hear US love will give his address to the people on a Sunday afternoon his words of wisdom from one of the Great Political Thinkers of the twentieth century and it was about not holding the toilet paper. The sheer brilliance of meeting people where they're. Speaking to their needs and concerns and having the moral authority to help us act together across all our divisions. However that happens it's going to be very, very needful, and so that's my proposal for how we go for I really appreciate all of your time. We could be talking for hours down many of those roads, but a really insightful discussion nevertheless, thank you so much for all your time. Okay. Thank you. Have a good evening. On ideas you've been listening to the identity of me the community of us a program in the style of our annual ideas at Stratford series of panel discussions. There was no stratford festival this summer, but we hope to have it back again next year. The identity of me, the community of US was produced by Philip Coulter. Our web producer is Lisa a USA. And the technical producer for ideas is Danielle Davao. Our senior producer is Nikola. The executive producer of ideas is Greg Kelly and now. For more CBC, podcasts. Go to CBC DOT CA slash podcasts.

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GSMC Socccer Podcast Episode 116: Tight Races in BundesligaSerie A, Messi & Ronaldo?

GSMC Soccer Podcast

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GSMC Socccer Podcast Episode 116: Tight Races in BundesligaSerie A, Messi & Ronaldo?

"Want to know the latest and soccer that listen to the golden state media concepts soccer podcast from MLS is the world the Premier League we've got you covered the latest. Update the hottest matches news on the League's top players. It's the golden state media concepts soccer. PODCASTS go listen breath. GMC soccer podcast. It welcome into the show. I'm your host Lucas. More gives follow on twitter and GMC underscores soccer. Had your way to facebook like is there as well big big day in the world of soccer not really nothing going on but big day in comparison to by the way also on the GMC podcast network the the GMC baseball podcast. Where I'm talking about future? The world series in a players are going to get thrown at and I thought it was a great show so I really recommend Ed. You check it out but it's not as big as what's going on the world of soccer right now because it is actually flying in terms of international club soccer. There's some good international soccer buzz because of the European competitions upcoming World Cup qualifying is starting to roll in and soccer. Soccer always hits this nice three year. Bam Bam Bam where does have some serious momentum right in the World Cup and then it kind of has that World Cup post law where everybody's just football football soccer soccer soccer. It's all on all the time. A lot of big matches on big news in the World Cup happens. It's exciting it's elating and then there's always a dip especially here in the United States where there's a lot of different sports capturing your attention but right now. Wow this is the time when soccer is really gonNA roll. You've got a really good Seri- all-race going on Bundesliga looks fun. Premier Leagues got an invincible team. Nearly at at the top and Liverpool will see if they can do it. Champions League could have a repeat champion. It's really interesting. And that will roll into a euro competition which is very popular around around the world. You're going to see some of the best players in a serious international cup and then in the fall you've got World Cup qualifying and that gets you juiston excited headed for the World Cup and it just keeps on rolling all the way to twenty twenty to be different a little with the winner World Cup but it is exciting times in the soccer world. Big News came down today for Hertha Berlin and Urine Klinsmann in the Bundesliga. We're GONNA start with the Bundesliga today. Little later Little Royale Alma dribbed Barcelona Messy Rinaldo. Could it work together. We'll talk about that a little later in the show and also the major league soccer uniform normalise lot of the same looks. But I'll let you know some of my favorites in some of my least favorites from the world of MLS. But YOU'RE GONNA Clinton in seventy six days in charge of the Berlin. He was promoted and placed in charge of Hertha Berlin to get him out of the relegation zone. He did that you thought he was gonNA stick around for a while in seventy six days he he not only steps down in back to his role as front office. He said he did not have the full support of the organization structure of hurt the Berlin which is really an interesting comment from your Clinton and this move from Murugan again tells me. He thinks he can manage somewhere else. He thinks that managing somewhere else is realistic. He thinks that managing somewhere else is certainly on on the table for him. So where you're GONNA go potentially a bigger job another league a bigger Bundesliga job. Because you don't make a move like this only managed seventy six days say you don't have the proper support. Have some decent results beginning fairly good press as for it unless you think that managing somewhere else is in the cards because if this was your last shot you oh boy if I if I screw up this Berlin thing thing then I'm not going to be a manager anywhere else right if you think this was your last job. There's I have to do well here Berlin and then I can get back into the ranks. I guess you're Klinsmann. has that much clout or. He thinks he has that much clout because they walk away from it. Seventy six days after the the question. I'm asking no today is would you hire him. I think a hundred percent yes. He's had so much success in so many different places and the biggest failure career the United States in terms of getting fired there. That's really easy to spin into a success story because after he left yes he he was disastrous and qualifying right before we left but it felt like he had lost it in terms of the locker room in terms of the trust of management before those disastrous results the US didn't qualify for the World Cup without and he can say hey couple things go another way if wander. The lousy doesn't shake one over the bar. Maybe we beat Belgium. Maybe we're in the quarterfinals. And who knows what happens in the two thousand fourteen World Cup. Hey didn't I make it out of the Group of Death Jeff. Didn't we nearly beat Portugal. If Rinaldo hadn't made a great play finally beat Ghana competitive against Germany Belgium. One of the teams that it's it's up and rising international soccer played well with them he can spend that a certain way but he developed the youth program in Germany mentored the manager of the German team that ended up winning the twenty fourteen World Cup. He's had some success to the club level enough. Nothing's been major success excess. But he hasn't been a disaster truly abject disaster anywhere else so I think he has. He thinks he has an opportunity to coach. Elsewhere thinks he has enough clout in using an ago ruin his reputation by getting relegated next season with hurt the Berlin since they were in line with his vision and he has the power to do that and he's definitely built up the cloud. That interesting move. Though from your Clinton only stay in that John for seventy six days picked up three wins. Four draws three losses solid right. Ah dragged hurt the Berlin six points clear of the relegation zone. We'll see what happens to them down the stretch after losing their manager losing another one so so that's three managers one season for hurt their Berlin really haven't been competitive in the Bundesliga very long time and have really been an also ran about every single year in the German first division year again. I don't think that he was a fit anymore. With the United States was you would've played out that cycle Seattle worked out but I thought his vision for what. US soccer could be was an interesting one. And I love that. He had a plan in a way of doing things and he stuck to it like any good German but the plan might not have been the best plan in or it wasn't executed properly. We didn't have the support from from the United States leadership in the United States soccer community. Who wanted to use more? MLS players and it just was untenable relationship interesting to see where your Clinton goes moving forward for. Sure one of his old teams he used to manage Biron. They played the biggest Bundesliga match of the year. On Sunday it ended in zero zero draw but it was thrilling. We talk about Biron. Leipzig on the the other side of the break. You're listening to the G. S. M. C. Soccer podcast. Hey I'm andy. 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That's Harrys Dot com code. Five thousand enjoy. Are you looking to get your college football. Beck's looking to get the latest news on your favorite schools deem the Diaz Mc College Football podcast is your ticket to all all things college football doing us as we talk college football from the National Championship. The college rivalries the bowl game to the heisman trophy to which converts is. It's the best we've got you covered for the big ten as he's the big twelve the PAC twelve. ACC and everything in between download the GS in C- College football podcast on Itunes Stitcher soundcloud. Google play or anywhere you find podcasts. Just tied Diaz NC in the search bar. GSM see soccer podcast. I welcome back into the show. What a fun zero zero draw and this weekend made me Mitt miss the the old days of not getting any notifications? I mean I never really lived in the air. Pretty Young. The era of sports where you wanted to watch something but you knew you couldn't because of another obligation because of another job because of work because of something you know you could watch it and yet you knew as long as you are in a place where not everybody else's watching the game they could get away with not watching it. Go home and pretend like you're watching it live. Those days ended with twitter. Those days ended with APPs that send the score right to your phone as it happened which I love are really helpful really exciting. But it's kind of taken away that really great thing of recording a sporting event and then re watching hit without knowing the result had that opportunity this weekend with Byron Leipzig. Watch the first half before I had obligation second-half watched after set obligation didn't see a goal yet was super entertained. Frustrated that neither team could score frustrated frustrated that the defense has played so well. Because I wanted this to be a three to thrilling back and forth match but still a lot of fun lot of goalscoring opportunities. It felt like the moment was almost a little little too big for Leipzig because the game was certainly there for the taking. They had the better of the chances. Although there were fewer they had some layups team. Oh varner had a layup in Biron some tough chances. Some chances they normally finish the game never really opened up for him. Leipzig did a good job of sitting back understanding their role. Oh I thought it was very smart by them. They know they don't have as much talent player to player as buyer Munich and so they absorbed they waited for good opportunities and they're good attacking and team so they came but when they came for rb Leipzig it was wide team aware. I don't even know where that came from. They miss their opportunities. -tunities they took bad touches in crucial areas in Byron. All in all played a really good defensive match. And Manuel Noriega was fantastic as usual. But livestock had their opportunity to win this game. Two Nil and to me if you're going to send momentum one way or the other with this draw which when we talked about this game on the show. Last week I talked more about what would happen if each team won won the match didn't really talk about. How would a zero zero draw? Because you don't even want to put that in the universe what that would look like but to me after watching it although you say life. Leipzig was on the road. Emmy do you set yourself Lucas on the podcast. They would. They weren't supposed to win. This game at all. Byron was certainly the favorite at home in Foreign Leipzig spin out. A form had not one in three straight matches two losses and a draw but then you watch it and it feels like Leipzig miss an opportunity to go two points. Clear of the seven time defending champion. They still look like a team. That's struggling in the final third and team. Obama is hit a cold streak with life sick maybe because of his pending transfer this this song it feels like a situation. where I'm more confident in Byron Munich? Down the stretch that I am rb Leipzig because in the Bundesliga comes down to it's not if you can be buyer you know people beat buyer on occasion right. It's that happens. It's about whether you can beat the six team in the table. The seventh team the table consistently not lose points because when Byron is rolling which they are rolling right now a drawl all to live sick after they put four goals five goals four goals five goals. It's just not going to throw them off this type of trend there on. Maybe they get distracted distracted by the Champions League but it just feels like they're they're going to keep rolling when Barnes rolling the six plays team the seventh place team. They're just outmatched in too many places right. You have to be a Labor Kuzin you have to be a dorm and you have to be Shaq. Shaq was buried barely competitive life. Sick occasionally hazell Bros.. You mentioned glad back. This year's one of those years you have to be one of those teams to beat Byron to get Byron otherwise it's just you're drawn dead and it would be a real shocker. While Leipzig on the other hand if they're not rolling they can get beat by about anybody on the table. And that's what I think will decide the Bundesliga. What is legal race down the stretch? I just think Barnes consistently win more. Life's going to have a few more disappointing results. And they might have had some room for air are maybe if they had found a way to win that match against Byron Munich. You come away with a one nothing victory you come away with two nothing. Victory Your two points clear clear you feel really good. Maybe even not buying it off their momentum. They'll panic a little bit and you feel really good now buyer would still be the favourite by the numbers. But I wouldn't be sitting here on this show saying that Byron's GonNa win their eighth straight German title. I'm still saying that. Although a wind from buyer there would have sealed the deal it had been audio slice. It could have been audio stressed the Bundesliga because there's been no catching Byron. If they were four points clear of second flakes likes at this point in the season with this type of momentum with the way Dortmund drops a match to Labor Kuzin Ford. Three really thrilling one with the way. Life's expert dropping matches it it just becomes becomes a situation where you just don't see it happening and the Bundesliga it's weird. They have this constant defending champion in Byron Munich yet. They're one of the more balanced leagues in the world. To where I'm more confident about their seventeenth sixteenth team pulling an upset against the second Jenner third best team in the League. Then certainly aren't the premier league. Certainly you are in the League outta definitely for Syria because look in Lalita. It's Athletico Madrid. WHO's by far and away better than the team? Swimming at the bottom of the League Ball Bonus Lita has less top top tier teams whereby Munich ceiling really want realistically competing for Champions League. Every year Dortmund could make an argument shore. But it's really buyer Munich and then the wrestling but the rest of the League is so balanced that this kind of helps Byron win titles every year because this exact situation happens we're live six. Got Play a solid eleventh place team. That Byron is so significantly better then they can just get more consistent results schedule because a barnes been getting beat by Dorman for years doesn't mean Dortmund wins the leak while that may be the case in other leagues because the gaps just too wide but we'll see Leipzig holds on they're still somewhat in the race. One point back keeping draw. They're definitely kept them in the race. But slotting any of those goals and walking out of that arena with a win. You'd really be looking at a potential Leipzig Championship. It becomes fifty fifty. It becomes every match is going to be possibly the deciding now. We're still in that situation. But if you're alive seen things to go real right you need a lot of things to break your way. You need some teams to pull some upset. Steve Barn get cold hold. You need him to focus on the Champions League little more but live successor. Focus on the Champions League themselves and they have no where near the depth. They know Philip Katina coming off the bench the way. FC Buyer does interesting interesting times in the Bundesliga. Really exciting stuff to talk about on the other side Syria. Italy has gotten really really competitive. It's scary competitive are Rinaldo is Rinaldo in Uganda's are they vulnerable. We'll talk about that on the other side of the break you're listening to the GS MC soccer podcast. Here's an honest question. 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Jt Rose Curly managing England in the world. Cup In twenty twenty two just one the FA Cup with Manchester United made the move from IOC Knox Amsterdam fits the storyline excited about excited about the potential opportunity for JT rose to win premier leagues and stuff. But it'll be awfully competitive. been having some fee for fun and you don't really see crazy league races like the table. We see now in Syria outside side of the video game FIFA. I mean this is absolutely insane. What is starting to happen in Italy right now so I said on this show a few weeks ago? Events is one and last six seventy tiles not even sure of the exact number but event is has been legitimately competitive really really good and and the top of this league for years and it looked like they were headed that way and they had arguably the best player in the world still in Cristiano Renaldo managing stuff at the top of the League and you thought they were going to run away with this thing. Yeah teams are going to hang around yes you like lots. Yes you like inner Balon. Yes Atalanta's interesting. This year in Rome you know they've been interesting in the past. So maybe they'll hang around. But I did not see this coming especially actually with a C Milan down this year. One of the teams that usually involved in Syria right now. You've Ventas has fallen to second place in Italy Inter. Milan has made it their way. Okay all the way back tied fifty four points at the top of the league with Venice. Lots yo one point back in fifty three and and check this out to Yasser Forty two points but they have a nine better goal differential nine then event is right now meaning event. This is the fourth best team in Syria according to goal differential which is which is at a statistic in line to you but it's an important one and with Cristiano Rinaldo on their front line. You vent this is fourth in goals scored in Syria. They're behind lots yell. Audit Lanta and Inter Milan at forty. Four in Rome is only to back with forty two. If Roma hadn't given up thirty goals on the year they might be near you. Vent is at the top of that table and that's just one it's it's it's rough event is right now. It's they're they're struggling around Christiaan Renaud. Who's still scoring goals right? He had scored ten straight Syria matches. He's absolutely flying. He's playing really good soccer so so it's not RINALDO TO BLAME IN A. He might still carry them to a championship in fact he's the only reason they're actually at all involved in this tidal race right now and it still might work out the Cristiano Renaldo. Carey's this team carries you vendors to the top of Syria. But I'm nervous right now way way more nervous. If I'm event is fan than I've ever been over the past few seasons because lots is legitimate. They've got fifty three goals on the year. Audit Lanta by end up beating. You play them later this year because they could score so many goals in answerable on is all around solid. You vent. This is going to have to win some big big games down the stretch. They've got AC Milan. Who is common to form recently? Four wins the last five and the other one a draw right. That's this Thursday. That's in their cup and you just moved through the schedule for Venice and there's just a real opportunity that they'd be big one against Milan at the start of March right. They play Genoa Lecce. They should probably get winds there but they have to play. AC Milan in the League still out Atlanta in the league and they finished with lots show. So they're going to have to win matches big matches down the stretch if they wanna be the champion of Syria and that's a situation that's a moment or a scenario. That really has not come into the heads of Ventas fans for a long time and adding Cristiano Renaldo. You thought it would be absolutely absurd for that thought ten or your head but they done such a poor job around Rinaldo that is becoming really difficult tap confidence in his team moving forward. You look at the goal differential a dozen lie. You Know God forbid Rinaldo goes down with any sort of injury. Even a muscle pulled its polls puts him out for two matches me might lose twice now. Might be the end of it all really really tenuous ground for event Santa's right now fourth in goal-differential in Syria and Lonzo in Inner Balon have a lot of talented players. And it's tough schedule still for you. Vent this moving forward on the other side of the break Real Madrid. Barcelona both hang on for wins in the League. Meaning we're still at the same place in the league yet every week every week. I seem to say the standings are in the same place for Lita and Barcelona ends up in a worse spot in my eyes. They've got a limited budget. They made had some bad moves and an injury to one of their best players. makes a real nerve wracking if you're a Barcelona fan moving four. We'll talk about that situation relation at the top of the League on the other side of the break you're listening to the GMC soccer podcast. This is your ultimate stop for for everything. Sports the Golden state media concepts or podcast. Should I say more from the NFL MLB the NBA MMA. It's all in here. Golden state media concepts sports. PODCAST listen GSFC soccer podcast. I'm your host Lucas more big welcome in follow us on twitter at GMC underscore soccer like us on facebook. She S MC soccer. You're just talked about events at the top of Syrian. How that potential title run is coming to an end boy? Wouldn't it be interesting if buyer Munich and you ventas. INTAS did not win a title in their respective league this year. Be the first time it's happened. Since the beginning of the decade should be absolutely insane Real Madrid and Barcelona. They're often the teams at the top of the League and they still are and it really hasn't changed the top of the Spanish Premier Division. Ride the table still sits Real Madrid at the top Barcelona in second and Real Madrid. Three points clear Barcelona. There was a point four weeks ago when these teams were tied but then immediately following that it's been a three point lead for Real Madrid. Now still some really big matches to go but Real Madrid has been the better team in terms terms of goal differential. The Only F. One loss Barcelona's lost four times on the season but the thing about Barcelona is they just lost another player. They loss Luis Suarez and they couldn't afford to buy another forward-facing player a guy to help messy in the attack because you're getting some stories of mismanaged. Transfers and messy has forty percent of their wage budget right now forty percent of the the salary GonNa Leno Messy and they only have twelve million dollars to pay play with now after they got a transfer exception of final placement for failing after he goes down. Soir Down Bailey. Down Massey's getting older. You'll fire your managers at the top of the League. You try to bring bring in this guy to establish culture. He doesn't work out as well. You catch flack from social media. Then you go out and blame all the players saying they're the ones that one of the last manager fire and half of them said they didn't want them fire and it's just a complete mess at the top from Barcelona. It would not be universal soccer justice for Barscelona to win the League. This year it would only be justice for how good Messi is right. It would just be an accomplishment of messy himself but we've seen a lot of these types of situations a lot of no pun intended messy situations. Right where the manager doesn't get along with the players. The players think messy my have too much power leadership thinks messy has too much power and everybody just keeps feeding the ball too much. She kind of ruins the rhythm of play play. Just all these crazy stories about a guy that super talented one of the most talented players of all time somehow makes your team wars right and I don't know why continues to be involved. volved things like this. Maybe that's just the curse of being Lino Messy but Barcelona just a messy spot in a bad spot at the top SALITA again. They keep pace with Real Madrid barely after a really embarrassing four three win for Barcelona yes. It's a win but it just doesn't feel like momentum for F C Barcelona if feels like they've been moving backwards every single week yet they have it in the standings and that's crazy messy that's credit to their talent but talent only takes you so far great players only take you so far you need organization. You need a manager that has the confidence of his players. And you need a good front office scouting department that can put it all together. They're in not waste all your money so when you're in a position to buy a forward because you have had injuries you can find a guy on low. You can find a guy that fits within your budget. You can had have enough budget to make that purchase and Barcelona has just been sitting in a really bad spot again in Real Madrid without Cristiano Renaldo. Looks like the team to be in Lalita. Moving forward coming off a four one win in the league. Lot of messy Rinaldo talk in terms of Rinaldo his former team row Madrid Rinaldo 's event. This team in a dogfight right now but those two stories we just talked about. You've entous dentists. Struggling feeling like they need more talent combined with the story of Barcelona being all out of sorts and a lot of it because because of messy. At least that's what they're saying lines up a really interesting possibility for the twenty twenty one season twenty twenty twenty twenty one season. I'll talk about that possibility on the other side of break you're listening to the G. S. C. Soccer podcast. This is your alternate stop for everything. Sports the Golden state media concepts reports podcast. Should I say more from the NFL MLB the NBA NBA to MMA. It's all in here. Golden state media concepts sports podcast. Listen yeah breath. GSM see soccer podcast. I'm your host Lucas. More really interesting theory comes to mind after we just combine the two last segments. Think about you vent this world power team struggling at the top of their league with a world star who's who's aging a little bit. Who can't carry a team like he used to Christiane? Looney ventas combine that with a former rival. But they didn't really hate each other just kind of rivalry rivalry sake who who is absolutely unhappy. Whose management thinks he's overpaid who is in a bad situation where they might lose down on their league title? You combine that to two stories and you drop in a rumor from a manager of a random team in in Europe it was an anonymous source and then a couple of sources who aren't really close to the situation but they're named who say that messy and Rinaldo don't exactly have anything against playing with each other so now you have a team who is out of sorts. Who feels like like the relationship is coming to an end? It's been very long relationship with F C Barcelona in Lido messy and you have Christiane Rinaldo at a power that has the money to pay messy what he wants and by him at the fee that Barcelona will demand who need some help. We need some talent help. Well I think we were staring at a real possibility of a twenty twenty twenty one campaign of messy and Rinaldo both events. That's insane that possibility. It's a possibility. Many of us has played out in FIFA right trying to buy messy Rinaldo and put them on the same team and boys in that interesting. Look how fun this looks the two best players in the world but they would combine whether or not exactly the best players in the world anymore. But they're still really really good but then combining their powers imagine Rinaldo goes on. It's hot streak while mess. He's a little flip it the other way they can play off each other other that much talent experience and goalscoring you've got over a thousand career. Goals scored on one team would work. Don't kid yourselves. That would work. I would be horrified of you Ventas if I were any team the world because those two are more than just goal scores. It's more than just their athleticism. They are killers. They have that Mamba Mentality. They have that next level striking presence with the ball will always go in the back. The net for them. They're touch will always be crisp and clean and they will be great players for as long as they choose to play will they be as athletic will be as consistently dominant dominant. No but they're going to be good goalscorers in great players and then being able to work off each other US each other for rest. Carry the team in spells and not be relied on not be relied on to do it through a whole fifty game season two killers like that. It's dangerous that's a lot of teams getting beat. That's a lot of teams giving up four goals that's a lot of hat tricks even at their advance quote unquote age. I think this would be a great move for messy be great move for an Aldo. You turn this famous rivalry into a friendship into teammates I mean I think it improves both their brains. I think it makes you vent. Is the number one story in soccer. Not just that's a headline that runs on sportscenter. Enter the United States messy and Rinaldo on the same team. If you're you vent his I mean this is cash cow type of stuff. You have an opportunity unreach- into a very strong American market which all these teams have an interest in lot of America's find your C. Span. And if you can get Americans into buying event jerseys Messy Rinaldo same team. How will they play together? I mean it's just an incredible story line. It's an incredible headline and I think it makes you better more dangerous. In really capable of winning. The Champions League this could work this in my opinion woodwork. And it's something I'd love to see we'll messy do it. We'll Barcelona do it. Will you vent his step up and do it or they think younger options are better options. All the a lot of things have to happen. I'm not saying it's likely but think about it. Makes Sense because messy and Rinaldo. They can't keep making headlines being the best player in the world anymore. Because is there both falling off that type of tear. Rinaldo may still be there in some ways but the headlines are Mosala Mosala is worth more than Lionel Messi Z.. Right Real Madrid's still very successful without Rinaldo. It just feels like they're falling off. They could fall gracefully. AL of their prime prime still be considered legendary players. And you know it was great and the rivalries over or they could jump to the top of the world headlines Blinds again combine their forces and do something that's really never been done before in Sports Massey Rinaldo same team one one place. I think it would work. I think it'd be a great move for their careers in terms of their legacy and I I think it really puts an interesting aspect in an interesting look on on on soccer throughout the world. I think it's a move that all soccer fans should be in favor of on the other side the break the MLS uniform release major league soccer. What's my favorite? What's my least favorite talk about that on the other side of the break you're listening to the GMC see soccer podcast are you looking for the very best nfl and college football podcast then checkout GSM Z.? Football podcast get the leads football news both on and off the field from the NFL draft to treats to the rumor mill to the NFL. Combines they got you covered covered that's GSM see podcast dot com slash football dash podcast get updates. I'm college libraries key insights and much much more. It's football talk the way you want it. This show he sleeps and breathes football. Don't forget to like him on facebook and follow them on twitter visits. Yes MC PODCASTS S. dot com for more INFO. GMC soccer podcast. I'm I'm your host Lucas more back in the show final segment of the show and Soccer Champions League. Hey it's coming up a week from today. Recording that means next Monday were previous. Champions League matches that exciting. been talking about that since this show started. We'll save all that content for next week but major league soccer with big news. They release their new uniforms. I'd like a lot of the new looks listed. There honestly is in a uniform here that I hate in terms of the major league soccer uniform. Release I really. Don't hate any of these uniforms which is really good. It's it's good that there isn't a single uniform that I'm against right. Think is super ugly or Z.. Uniform that I would like be embarrassed to wear which there are very few few uniforms throughout sports. Now that are like that you know. I look back at some of the uniforms in the nineties eighties. I would never wear. You're a Tampa Bay buccaneers from the seventies uniform. I think that is the ugliest cream color mascot combination ever I really. I think it's horrendous right. Luckily in sports all those uniforms have almost faded out. Because there's so much money in an I love all the new artists in the modern in some are exactly cool to me but I like them. I Love them so some jerseys that have really stood out to me I it just go ahead and follow along 'cause. ESPN did a great job. Here they ranked all the uniforms. And you just go through the now l. twenty-six teams the at twenty six teams. This league is expanding fast and they power rank the uniforms. I don't really agree with these rankings at all but they all look clean sporting morning. Kansas City with the stripes on the side looks really good. I Love The blue for glory for city on the back which makes sense because Sporting Kansas the city? They've got a lot of momentum right now in terms of sports town Minnesota United. It's got a big target on the chest which looks interesting but it just doesn't doesn't doesn't make me thrilled. I loved DC United's colors in uniform whether they're hanging onto those four championships when there is about eight teams in the League. But you know it's an argument for another day Vancouver whitecaps up solid uniform. I love the light. Blue on the arm sleeves Orlando City. That's interesting with the purple fading in the Middle In the state of Florida on the arm arm. I think it's an interesting look. FC Dallas Horizontal stripes usually no for me but it looks all right the L. AFC all black and gold uniform that might be my favorite the bunch Atlanta united with the gold. But it's hard to see from a distance l.. AFC certainly my favorite uniform. When I look through Portland Timbers really interesting again these are all great? Uniforms New York Red Bulls release in all black Seattle sounders some interesting stripes but L.. AFC FC just. I love the logo. I love the stadium in terms of look. I think they look really good. Inter Miami going with the pink uniform which Jennings Interesting Look for Miami. I think it'll work down. There isn't necessarily my favorite my least favorite uniform out of all. These is honestly Nashville Nashville. Sc I think they've got another rebrand to go through their one of the new expansion teams. It's a solid uniform again. This is not a bad uniform whatsoever and I'd I'd certainly wear it. I wouldn't be against wearing it but it just feels like they have a couple of things to figure out what their logo. I think. It's interesting I I think it'll be here for a few years but I think they're one more rebrand away from really working on the gold. Looks good from Nashville but feels like a color. We've seen before so I don't get too excited for it. I'm in the Chicago fire uniform. They came out with the logo pretty late. So they really haven't had an opportunity to to fit with the uniform well so it's pretty generic but again it doesn't look bad I think. MLS has got good branding right now. Good cities involved twenty-six teams high attendance across the League. I think that attendance attendance maintains. I think there's a lot of excitement and we will preview the MLS info on this show on another episode. Lot of fun today. Good stuff to recap from the weekend. FC Buyer Leipzig with a really thrilling. Zero zero draw new uniform releases from major league soccer and Messi seeing Ronaldo potentially playing with each other. I think it's realistic circumstance. That seriously could happen. And it's one I'm really genuinely excited for and I hope it does happen. Yep Fun Times in the world soccer even more fun because the Champions League will come up will preview at all on the show next week will preview another big weekend in world soccer. It's at its peak. It's rolling into the twenty twenty euros. The qualifying rounds the Olympics. A lot of fun in world soccer at at this time and a in the time moving we had a lot of fun on the show on the podcast. Really hope you enjoyed it. 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#1296 Autumn Connolly and the COVID-19 Vaccine

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#1296 Autumn Connolly and the COVID-19 Vaccine

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When when we get around the line, let me know but you know I remember yesterday I said I had a ration I thought it was I was having an allergic reaction to something and I have. You know rash all over my body I thought it was. The last night. I was at a Dallas restaurant owner she is I think. Oh. I, can't remember. I'm saying it wrong. It's about you know it's a great little. Asian. Restaurant. That's maple. Avenue and Wycliffe here in. Dallas anyway she's. Saying correctly the food was excellent by the way. So Marie met neither and and a friend, and her friend said to me I think you might have poison ivy and I was like, Oh, my gosh, that's it. She diagnosed me at the table Joanie is her name She's wonderful She's a local sales route here and worked for some great companies but anyway I have poison Ivy Ranaldo my body. Funny I was going. Say You. I was GONNA say that yesterday but I didn't get a chance I was going to ask you about that if he was maybe been poison ivy. Oh I'm telling you like I have been suffering. Okay and right now I smell like a salad because. I've been putting apple cider vinegar vinegar over me and I haven't taken Benadryl or anything just drinking a lot of water but it's funny. So a couple of weeks ago you know with the Kobe thing like I've turned into the Pool Guy and the lawn guy and all the stuff that I've been doing around the house now that I've been home more and a couple of weeks ago myself and my lawn guy, we're over a one part of the. Opposite side of the fence where I got the poison ivy I think. So he said Oh we watch out for that. That's poison ivy and I was like really he said, yes, that's all poison ivy see going up into the tree and I was like, wow, and then I said to him I'm not allergic to poison ivy because I was exposed to it as a kid and I never got it. Okay. Well, so much for that but but any way. You got em. Okay. So she's GonNa. She'll hit hear the story. So autumn how you doing today I'm wonderful. How are you? Okay It's even again and we're GONNA talk about Poison Ivy with you because I know you know a lot about it but to continue my story. So I was on the opposite side of the house about five days ago four days ago and I was pulling weeds in another part of my property by the pool area, the unit where all the you know the pumps. Darn stuff and I remember when I looked at this one we've we'd or Ivy I looked at it and subconsciously my mindset is that poison ivy to you know but then it quickly left my hat and I just started grabbing weeds well, that's where it started. So yes, I've got poison Ivy and I got stung by a bee this morning on my leg so I'm really itchy. Song I'm sorry. And you were you were you were on the show yesterday we were talking about manifestation and how to do, and we're going to talk about that a little bit more today to I think. But it's so great beata jump on with those and for those of you that maybe are just jumping out but the first time and don't know who autumn is she lives in the Sky Islands of Arizona with her three Kiddos, an animal babies she is the creator. Of and built traditional healing company that is dedicated to restoring microbiome health through diet and autumn is also a self taught Vegan shop a serial Gardner, an avid believer in and a teacher of the healing power of meditation. You can contact her at meditate with autumn gmail.com, but she knows a lot you guys and I always love having around the show. She's one of my dearest smartest friends and she's also an incredible author as well. So you've got a book coming out. Excuse me in spring of Twenty Twenty One Yeah. Yeah and we can't say the title because he's got a couple of swear words in it. We already did that yesterday Oh my gosh. So so after I got off the air with you yesterday I went and took a shower and I you know splashed apple cider vinegar all over me and I felt like stink I smell stinky is that's what it smells like to me and then I rented on but let's just a little bit of residual on my on my skin. Yeah. I'm a did seem to help tremendously and it is helping. Is there any other home remedies out there for Poison Ivy I can I can use or somebody else out there listening that that maybe had the misfortune it I have I'm having. Let's say I know you have this on hand coconut oil? So the. Poison I need there isn't like what the part of the plant that causes. The irritation is the oil in it. So coconut oil. What you what you should do is put like a like slather yourself with a bunch of coconut oil and then wipe it off maybe even shower again, and then put more on because the oil and the Co if you've ever tried to get oil out of something or office something like A. Stove top or anything like that oil removes oil. So the coconut oil will actually help draw out the poison ivy oil and stop it from spreading as much. So you know you WANNA do it probably within the first twenty, four hours or so but you know can't try it now play. It'll be super. Soothing. So it's an oil I was GONNA say. So what is in poisoner ivy exit so treacherous Yes, well, in the plant, it's just like it's just an oil. As it causes irritation you know a lot of plants have these natural fences to keep animals eating them. Really the oil that's in the poison ivy plant is really irritating to skin. So Causes Inflammation and especially people you mentioned yesterday that you have always suffered from eggs Emma. So that means. That you're saying area is already a little bit easier to penetrate than you know someone who doesn't have ECZEMA. So the oil and they're just gets in there, and all it does is causes an auto immune reaction in your system, and then he turns on the red alert causing inflammation and itching and everything that your body is basically saying, hello hair problem problem. So by winning the oil, the oil will help for the oils which will help it heal faster. Is there anything else on my friend Carla Palmer who is a homeopathic practitioner she suggested let me see. I'M GONNA pull it up here on my phone I can find it She said to us It's it's spelled R. H. U., S. T. O., X. Russ. Talk. Like. Yeah. Like homeopathy sort of like pill or tablet or something like that. I I'm not familiar with homeless homeopathic remedies but there are I've got five maybe tried and true ones that I use the word that I have in my arsenal natural remedies. But for my experience, they really do tend to work for you know the things that they're the things that they're indicated for. So if she says that that's a good one I bet. It is they in the way that homeopathy works is pretty fascinating. You know basically giving your body a controlled amount of it and teaching it how to fight off the inflammation or how to fight off the infection. It's kind of a cool little science behind it. So she says that's one that works well for it. Then I would definitely try it out. Well. You know Dr Schwartz who was scheduled to be on the show. That's what he's. He's a medical doctor and a homeopathic science, and so you know that's where flu nona where it came from developed it and it's it's I I believe in you not like a crazy I I use it all the time I always carry it with them i. Really. Believe in the product and and and it's worked for me well for many many years. But what about these things? So I got a beast this morning. So I went I felt like my big Fat Greek wedding because I I ran for the apple cider vinegar. Isn't that what is put on everything spray it all over there we know. It's like anything you have cancer take apple cider vinegar rabbit headache later vinegar. Yeah. was that what it was in the movie I can't remember. Was it apple cider vinegar that he was? Yeah. I don't know but it's yeah I don't know how many Collins. Sure. Yeah somebody call in and tell us that knows the answer at two, one, four, seven, eight, seven eleven ninety here in Dallas Texas because we live on Iheartmedia. Okay. So be sitting I threw some apple cider vinegar on my leg and I'm just you know basically took the pain for the sting for I don't know how about a good five, ten minutes and and pretty good now. Yeah. It really got I. Actually haven't acted beehive of like a low level, killer bees in my yard, and so there are things that happen here. So I've gotten I've gotten some remedies pretty much perfected on on that front What do you do? I you know I south. You're right. Sometimes, you just have to take the pain a little bit especially from the digital being, but and it's you know it's not terrible. But after that, there will be a little Ching and falling and inflammation and I've found that the think for it is you know the quickest easiest thing from my experience has been apple cider vinegar or even just good vinegar, and then the next thing has been like Baking Soda Pace and the kids I don't I don't do that for myself I'll just lash some vinegar on. It and have to get back on with my busy mom life. But for the kid, you know I'll I'll make them a little piece and kind of painted on the spot and it Kinda neutralizes it neutralizes the venom from the sting and take take some of the the burning or itching or inflammation away, and they really seem to I. so anytime, they get a seeing they that's what they want. So I've actually got a little bowl of soda that I keep for them that they can just kinda mix it themselves if it happens so. Wow, well mine. Like it's just ever. So slightly rat in the pain's gone. So you know that's cool though to know these things instead of losing your mind and going Oh, what do you do? You know sometimes you're GonNa get stung by something he just you know overreaction yeah thing you can do. Yeah, yeah, I know and I've got the bees in the yard and I love them because they're wonderful for all the gardening and if they ever became really aggressive, it would be a problem right now they're just my hybridize kind of breed of bees but not too bad. But you know I basically all the kids you know respect their space. Are they are. They just are pissed off because we've been killing him for coming years and. Yeah Badly onto. Their hybridize type of you know you want to be you want bees to have some level of aggression in them to kind of defend their territory because. you want him to be strong you want to be strong, and so at some point in be history like they brought over these these bees, these queen bees from Africa and kind of inserted them into different hives to see if it would strengthen the hives over because you know it depends on the climate and everything and the African climate little bit harsher. So the high. For and all this, and so they introduce them. But the problem is in more domesticated areas they can be really aggressive. So a typical honeybee or high. You know you've got they they give they don't to territorial when you are Several yards away or in your you know in the front of in the front yard versus the backyard. But African is fees depending on the level of their aggression. They can get aggressive when you're fifty yards away like they have a pretty wide territory where they'll get mad. and try to chase you and they've got all these guard bees. So when but I looked at up whenever whenever we I got stung and it seems as though these guard bees kind of read your energy you know and they like coming out to check to see if everybody's cool and if you don't freak out or anything I, just go back to their business and they started in I started to be and I didn't mean to. Because I I'd washed rug, which is you know it's Kinda. Funny. So my dog Charlie last night through up in the cage and it's Kinda. Funny 'cause I don't normally give them people food but I gave him some leftover rice that I had. It was just a bag of fried rice with vegetables in it that I got from whole foods anyway and made them throw up. So that's Kinda interesting I wonder what was in it that. Off. Nothing. I maybe but anyway, so I had to wash is rug that's in his cage. That he sleeps on his little mattress. So I washed it but I always put things in the sun to dry to save energy, help the planet you know and so. I kind of dislike flopped it out on the Bush because I have you know the Bush's all around that little area where my tree I mean my bird houses anyway. I went to put it on top of the Bush. Well, apparently, there was a be in the Bush or when and that's one of the tax me. So Right Have Indoor. Responsibility. Onto. Absolutely, I would not manifesting the. Today. Or anything else it was too. It was too early but we've got coming up everyone I stay tuned you're listening to one life radio. Mary Holland is on at the half If you're not familiar with her, she is served as general, counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense were talking about the covid vaccine update. You're not gonNA WANNA miss it. She is amazing and show is autumn Conley more coming up with autumn stay tuned you're listening to one life radio. Can't, explain. And Nov.. Throughout. The. Album. So. The actors. Baby. Feeling. Everyone. Welcome back to life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis. We've got autumn commonly on the line and Gina. Thank you for calling in the the to answer the question about my big Fat Greek wedding. What Mister Mike? What was his name? Come on you guys. GonNA BLAME BUT WHATEVER MR my big fat Greek wedding that the lead character who was hysterical. It was windex everyone Dina called and let us know that it was windex and Gina. Thank you so much for doing that and for listening we love and appreciate all of our listeners on one life radio. We really do and it warms my heart when when I seriously does to this day thrills me even after nine years of being on the air every time someone calls I just get I. Get goosebumps. And so thanks for listening and we really appreciate it and I really appreciate you jumping on the air with us today autumn Connolly If you're just now joining us everyone autumn Conley she is the creator of and Bill Traditional. Healing Company dedicated to restoring microbiome health through diet. She is also a self taught Vegan Chef, a serial Gardner and an avid believer in an a teacher of the healing powers of meditation. You can contact her at meditate with at g mail, DOT COM, and You know we're going to actually start recording a podcast you and I aren't aren't we Yeah. Yeah I'm really looking forward to we're GONNA do some girl talk you know and the mom talk and just homeopathic things and God, only knows in between what will end up talking about because we have some very candid conversations and we're going to start recording them and putting them on the podcast after the broadcast broadcast. been watching too much of the crown. No I have like. Out of nowhere I'll go to say the word processor and they'll come out process instead of process from just. Not Funny. Oh my gosh yeah, but I'm I'm looking forward to getting started I. Think we're going to start this Sunday we'll let everybody know you know what our topics will be so it'll be great it'll be great fun and things they always love having Oh yeah. We're GONNA have so much fun. We're GONNA talk about guys and all kinds of stuff. So yeah we're just GONNA know some real life there. Oh no kidding. I know I have to yeah that's I'm glad not like on. It's not broadcast to rest really it'll be on a podcast on our website at one life radio dot com but I been conducted about it and I'm always excited about having you on the air. Yesterday we were you know we we've we. We began I just started like a million times We talked about manifestation techniques, but we really didn't you know get as far as I might have liked to think that was one of the most important things that we did not get to yesterday autumn about manifestation. You know I think one of the most important things and it kind of went along with the monster that I hang yesterday. The I am mantra is just really having the belief in yourself. You know having the belief in yourself and trusting yourself as the ultimate what I like to consider the. Is your and your life leaning you know I would assume that most people you know kind of prescribe it some sort of higher power whatever you WANNA call it wherever you believe the energy comes from I. think that most beliefs have some similarities in the fact that belief is inside of you and so if you really truly believe that you are capable of making a difference in your own life and putting it in the direction that is going to benefit you. And your happiness and your true self. The most than you will you know don't put your name in somebody else's hands don't put it in you know in so many ways I believe that you know don't put it in a lover's hand. Don't put it in your kid's hands. Don't put it in a doctor's hands. You know always be the one who looks out for yourself first and foremost then it'll paved the way for you looking out for other people. So that's My philosophy for manifestation to really truly see your ideas come to fruition and be tangible part of your life you have to I commit to the idea that you're capable of doing anything. You know you're limitless. Yeah. Well, you know you yesterday you talked about letting go and I think that's an important piece for anything for any anything that you're dealing with in life. Sometimes, you just have to let go and let the universe do what it does best and just go you know we were joking about that. But seriously when I was googling this, you know be preparing for the show yesterday one of the things that I ran across which. I. Don't agree with was ten keys to speed up your manifestation of your manifesting process. I. Don't think you should speed it up and I'm going to go to that Chandelier Story. Okay. I won't go in depth. You told the both bolts story I mentioned the Chandelier Story Long Story Short when I moved into this home, the space is so beautiful and I've got all the trees from the outside and I and I'm one very visual and so i. Just observed I observed I observed for literally five years, and until I found the perfect light fixture or chandelier to go in the middle of my kitchen, which is the main focus of my home I have like a living room kitchen like big combo room and and that's the main out of my house and so but it took me five almost six years to find that they share. But the minute I thought I knew I was like that's It that's the that's. That's the one that I bought it immediately. Okay. Yeah, and it suits this house beautifully but it took me six years to find it and I think if you take the chandelier story and the bull story that you told yesterday and you combine them that you really do have a couple of really good examples of manifestation and how sometimes it's quick and sometimes it's not and so you just have to believe in the process, right? Right, you gotta go back to you know a few weeks ago we talked about we talked about the dodge aging and you know going with the flow and being the water and not you know not stressing not pushing and it's all a balance. You know you manifest your to your deepest desires Oh. Yeah. I believe he totally can. Should you that's about it every minute of the day and hope that comes to tomorrow I, mean in my opinion that's putting that's putting a lot of energy into something that it doesn't need it. You know once you. That you have the power to create the life. You want. You know just how harnessed that belief inside you and then go on about your life. Don't don't I think it was Henry David Thoreau close you know don't don't wait to live your life the life you're living you can't wait you can't start your life. You can't you're not living your life while you're waiting for your life to live you know what I mean like. Can't always hope you know the next this next thing is going to be when my life star you know until I get this I can't be happy and with manifestation you know having those having that type of kind of limiting belief it will slow things down and it it. You know it doesn't allow you to your life to the fullest while you are living it. So more patients with the chandelier you know imagine. If every day you're on Amazon or whatever on Lady fixture dot com looking for this thing is over and over obsessing about it instead, you just absurd what exactly it was that you wanted and waited for it to come to you and that's kind of a form of manifestation and it's like, Oh, here it is. It's perfect. It's ready right when I need it to be and the effort to put into it was very little and. that's Kinda. The way that more things could be in somebody's life. If they just practice, you know these subtle arts of believing in oneself antiquing the power you know taking the reins cheer life all kind of it. All kind of is interwoven philosophy and wants you kind of. Start practicing all the little bits of it. You know it's pretty impressive. You know what? The what the output can be. Well and patience is a virtue. You know it is and it's something early practice in order to get good at it, and it does bring beautiful things into your life. I'm incredibly patient and impetuous depends upon just depends. You know I can be so. that it's ridiculous. But I also m M patient to fault and loyal to a fault sometime. But you know I don't know any other way to live and I think that we all just need to go by what our hearts and our souls really feel No matter what it is that we're looking at in life, but we're going to have to go to break before we do I wanNA do one of those lovely mantras with you. So the one that you did yesterday with absolutely beautiful and I wanted more of it. So can we do a minute and a half mantra of I believe it was The I am mantra or the ions. It's I am. So there's the belief is now through this long with the kids and their, you know hilarious and they wanNA THEY WANNA fill in the blank all the time I am you know and they just WanNa put silly words at the end of it and but the whole point of this mantra is just by saying I am and repetition and not not giving yourself the opportunity to fill in the blank. Essentially, you know Cruz to yourself that you are that limitless being you know you don't have to confine yourself to a particular thing. You just are your anything essentially that you WANNA be whenever the time is that you need to be that. So I am eating for this beautiful song. You have an incredible voice and I think it's getting better actually as you think more on the radio. So length here at sister. Okay. So close your eyes he's a big defense. and. Oh? Oh. And? Wow that is. And that is just what the doctor ordered. Always a pleasure autumn Connolly, you can find him at metronews autumn at G MAIL DOT COM? We'll talk later sister you have a great day. Thanks for jumping on the air with us today. All right everyone. Thinks. Everyone stay tuned Mary. Holland is coming up. I'm so excited this woman is a brave and intelligent incredible woman. She serves as a general counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense stay tuned everyone. Cova vaccine. Update you're listening to one life radio. Talk, sweep talk I got A. New, that. Paul and I'm shrimp and. When? Grow Mask. Starts doing that Sega. Comes amid. Sweat. Oh. Welcome back everyone you're listening to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis on the controls and Mary Holland is with us. She serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense. She recently left the Faculty of New York University School of law where she served for seventeen years most recently directing graduate lawyering program Mary. Received her masters of Arts and juris doctorate degrees from Columbia University and their undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private and Mary the CO author of Vaccine Epidemic, as well as the author of the HP vaccine trial seeking justice or a generation betrayed. Their website is children's health offense dot org always an honor and a pleasure Mary. Today. Bernadette. I'm great. Thanks for having me. Always. I absolutely think you're one of my heroes you really are. You're incredibly blake brakes and intelligent woman and so today we're talking about Co bid vaccine. Multiple pharmaceutical companies are working on a covid nineteen vaccine right now, what do you know about the vaccine trials? Where are we at with them and what should we now? I think the first thing we have to know is that many entrepreneurs and governor governments are looking at this as the new gold rush they're looking at mobile population of seven point, five billion people, and they're looking at this as a captured market of about seven billion is what Bill Gates is saying for one or two doses, and so they're seeing trillions of dollars for this. So health is allegedly what this is about, but you keep reading about the money Bernadette and Oh Yeah. Tens of candidates There are many in the US. There's some in Europe. There's some in Asia lots of countries are in on this Israel China US UK many many one of the striking things about Some of these new vaccines many of these new vaccines is that they represent fundamentally new vaccine technologies have never been licensed before. So what appears to be the leading candidate in the US one in which the National Institute of Health Is Partnering With the Company Madeira. This is using messenger a technology. So they're not actually injecting virus or an attenuated virus or virus like particle into the body they're injecting into the body instructions for the body to manufacture the antibody to this virus It's never been licensed before the reason that they find this. So attractive is faster to scale. They can manufacture more more quickly but one of the things that's troubling there many things that are troubling adapt, but one of. The things that troubling is clearly the government here is a partner. We believe that the governor government is going to get fifty percents of the royalties and I h we get fifty percent of the royalties from the Madonna vaccine and individual science worked on the patents from a journal. We'll get a royalty sort of special payment of up to one hundred, fifty, thousand dollars a year individually. So they're clear conflicts of interest in the production of this. And addition to that sort of. You know one of the other really troubling things is this gold rush and what we've seen is that the Madonna executives including chief maternal Dr are selling their stocks they have sold tens of millions of dollars, worth of their stock in the last month or so suggesting to the day no stuff that we don't know and that they don't really think that this vaccine is going to be a blockbuster and that people are GonNa WanNa, buy it. So there's A. Lot of troubling things about these candidate vaccines, there's also been problems in the clinical trials. There's been a lot of injuries in the clinical trials they're relatively small they're very short compared to standard trials for vaccines. So there's a lot of concerns that these trials raise and frankly none of them are yet many a couple of them are where they call phase three trials where they're really looking at, do they work and they put them in a large group of people. But we don't have any yet that have sort of cleared the hurdles to reach the market. We're told in the operation warp speed We're told that there maybe some available as early as October but it's very unclear Bernadette. We don't really know. Yeah, I've read some stuff about it. Being the amazing race is what they're calling it a seven hundred and fifty billion dollar pay off with one hundred different companies you know working on this this rush for this vaccine, which and I do think rushing the science is a lot of a lot of scientists believed that they're rushing the science and they usually they're trying to tap the breaks and but do you think the government will try to mandate these vaccines? That's my biggest worry and if you know who would be required to get it. Yeah. Well it's interesting. We had Robert Kennedy Junior who's the chair of Children's health defense where I work had a really good debate with Mr. Dershowitz. This sort of fame defense lawyer not long ago and it's available on the children's health defense website and they really focused on can the government mandate fast and if so what are the dimensions of that and our view is that the government really doesn't have a basis to mandate a covert nineteen bucks in the the infection fatality rate Bernadette is one point two, five or one point two. Six it's really on par with a severe seasonal flu. It does not just it is not a threat to the society. It is not a mortal imminent danger to the community. So we don't think there would be a fundamental justification that one would need but it's true as Mr. Dershowitz argued that the government does have powers under existing law to mandate something, but it has to be non-discriminatory. It has to be proportionate to the threat there have to be medical exemptions it has to be sort of pass through a legislature in lawful. Way I don't really think that that's going to happen this year Bernadette at all I think what's much more likely than that the government and it's usually at the state level. I think it's more likely that institutions are going to mandate this, and that's much more difficult for people who insist on choice and freedom to fight back against. So I think it's going to be individual employers I think it's going to be individual universities. I think it's GonNa. Be Individual School districts at the beginning in twenty twenty one who are going to be trying to. Mandate or in Twenty One, twenty, two for school districts. I don't think that it's likely that states are even in my state New York is very aggressive I. Don't they're going to try to mandate it although certain institutions like the New York State Bar Association actually had a recommendation initially to mandate it for everybody in New York and a lot of outcry about that, and they actually walked out back and they said it should I be voluntary and there have to be sort of certain. You know precautionary principals engaged involved in the process but I think. Certainly the entrepreneurs behind these vaccines and probably some of the government officials do want mandates and I think Bill Gates has implied that there will be mandates in other countries but President Trump and bill gates and others have acknowledged it will not be mandated in the United States at least initially. That would just cause too much pushback for an in-depth but I think we're gonNA see unfortunately I. Think we're GonNa see institutions especially I think healthcare institutions maybe requiring of their healthcare workers, frontline responders. I. Have a feeling that that's the way it's likely to go in the US Well. There was an initiative if I'm not mistaken a couple years ago and we're here now or in twenty twenty, but it was. Twenty twenty and it was. To mandate a lot of vaccines right can we talk about that and Warren and this? You know we're GONNA have to go to break here in a minute but why medical freedom is worth fighting for it is so important can you tell our listeners lie? Sure Yeah. When you do an hour when we come back from the You. Know what? Let's let's tease him a little. Let's go to break and I'll give you time to recharge your battery and mine and when we come back, that is what we'll talk about everyone stay tuned I love this woman Mary is who you're listening to. She says General Counsel and Vice. Chair. On the board at Children's health defense, we'll be right back. Again. Everyone welcome to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and I have Mary Holland on the line. We're talking about the covert Vaccine Update Mary serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense she is also the CO author of Vaccine The author of the HP, vaccine on trial seeking justice for generation betrayed Mary received her master of Arts and Juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and our undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private law, and we're so fortunate to have around the show with us today getting an update on the Kovic vaccine. Okay. So right before the break I, asked you the question of why is our medical freedom worth fighting for? Bernadette health is life and basically if you can't protect your life by making decisions with your own healthcare provider about what you want and what you don't want. Nothing, the government can't do really there's nothing the government can't do based on the Supreme Court decision that said that there could be compulsory vaccination. They justified four sterilizations called the buck, the bell decision from the nineteen twenties it was by a known eugenicist Oliver Wendell Holmes. Forced. Sterilization is now a war crime is internationally recognized stuff. Once you justify putting into people's bodies material that they oppose there's nothing the government can't do mean there's no and vaccines. There's no ability right if if you get injured or damaged if you get a Cova vaccine, forget about it, you're not going to get any kind of recompense if you can't work anymore, you're not gonNA have a salary. You're not going to have this ability insurance and if you dye your ears aren't GonNa get anything there's no liability for these products and if they. Mandate them very lucrative to mandate vaccines has been the for school children but at the captive market, the company doesn't have to advertise. You don't have to convince you to take it and then they're not liable. So mandates are extremely dangerous right. Now, Bernadette Children Child Not even just childhood vaccines. A federal study showed that about one in forty people who got a vaccine have some kind of adverse events some of them very serious with the mild but one in forty, these are warp speed rushed vaccine that won't be licensed that are liability free. Logic tells me the injury rates going to be a lot higher than one in forty. Well, there's so many things I wanNA talk about Oh my gosh, you're just GonNa have to come back sooner rather than later but one of them is that federal government and Yell Are Holding Clinical Trials I. This was on Facebook by very credible doctor Dr Jen Myers are holding clinical trials on how best to persuade Americans to take nineteen vaccines. What do you? How do you read that oh? I think it's it's extraordinary Bernadette. So what it is just to tell your listeners so they're getting federal money to kind of psychologically manipulate people to get Cova vaccine and they're saying, Oh, you have to be brave like the firemen and if you don't get Kobe vaccine. Or they're trying to try out you know you need to be altruistic for your neighbor or they're trying to try out you know if you don't get vaccine, you're parasite in your selfish. They're trying out different psychological narratives in fifteen different groups to figure out what is most convincing, what is most likely to get people to take suspected with the assumption That these things are gonNA be valuable and be useful and the the real mad reality is. The trial so far people have been injured and they're only the super super super healthy ever get admitted into these trial and we don't really know it works. You know these people it's not a challenge trial. These people are going to go out into the public. We don't really know if they're gonNA be confronted with the virus or not. They're not GONNA be very. They're not gonNA be very robust trial and they're gonNa have been done in a period of time that is a fraction of what is a standard period of time for testing for the vaccines on the childhood schedule or the adult schedule. So I just think people should be very skeptical. They should be very aware some of the biggest proponents over the last twenty years Verna debt for vaccines for children and for mandates and for getting rid of religious exemptions and so. Dr, Paul it I just watch the video of Dr off it saying I wouldn't take one of these vaccines. I. Don't know what's in it. It's a theoretical scene I wouldn't say, yes. If this point name that's rather extraordinary this is somebody who who's whole career has been promoting vaccine, and yet he is telling the public I don't have confidence that these are going to be effective or that they're going to be safe. Well, you know it's funny as I was reading this morning reading like my laptop thing from Health magazine headline said, yes you still need the flu shot even during the Kobe not. Nineteen. Hurting to expert and you're more important than ever this year and I was like really, and so you know you can't help but but but look at the big picture. Okay. So everyone pretty much everyone knows now that the flu shot doesn't work On it makes you it doesn't work. It makes you. Yeah and so they they have to have a replacement for it because you were talking about how how profitable this is I mean last year you know we're talking about Bill Gates. Last year you know Bill Gates Fourth Writing League, told an interviewer that he expects to make a twenty fold return on his ten billion dollar investment and global vaccines. How is that even okay how are they? Even why is it okay to even make a profit on something that is My. Gosh. What am I trying to take that is right. It's a great question I mean in some countries, it is a government product if the government. The government has to make it and there's no profit it goes to the government. Also I is it that the government can mandate a commercial product with no liability Very, reasonable question. Well. So you know. You know what are your thoughts regarding an ongoing fight for opening schools in the fall? Should children go out of the classroom right now I thought you know I'm very concerned Bernadette about the schools for this coming year I. Unfortunately believe that it's going to be very, very traumatic and chaotic, and I don't have a school age children child at this point. But if I did I would be very seriously looking at home schooling options and perhaps. Doing co-operatively and what they're calling an educational pod. I would be very concerned to send a young child or even a high school student to school having to wear a math and having to sit six feet away from everybody and twenty five percent of the students at once in every other day, and then as soon as somebody tests positive and everybody has to isolate or quarantine for two weeks. I mean I think it's a recipe for disaster. Frankly, I really do. I wish I didn't feel that way. I think they're going to be some schools in some states that say you know what? We're just going to go back to school like usual and we're just GonNa do what we do and you know I would send a child into that environment because I think this is on par with a severe seasonal flu and I do think that there are some effective treatments out there although I think they're not being You know. Advocated but I would not send a child into an environment where the message to the child is be afraid of your neighbor don't get close to anybody don't get closer to your teacher. You are time bomb I think that's a terrible message to to teach any young people. I really do and and I'm very concerned about it I. Don't I. Think it's one of the you know many many many terrible dimensions of what's happened with a response to pandemic. Yeah. Well, we've got about forty five seconds to a minute at the most how did we get here? How did we get to this point? What is it the very root of all of this? There's there's a long history here at Bernadette. There's you know preparedness for pandemic preparedness. Goes, back over twenty years very lucrative. We we started the conversation with this. If you ask my opinion, this is primarily about the money. This is not about health and saving lives. If it were you had a question here about hydroxy core point I think people would get over the fact that president trump happened to have endorsed it, and they'd look at the sixty six peer reviewed studies including some from the NIH that show that that is a very expected stays therapeutic intervention if taken early I thought that this were all about health I think sadly it's all about money. I can't agree like I couldn't agree more I believe so too and I I think that you have to look at it big picture here we are out of time. Thank you so much. Can't wait to have you back on Mary. Hall. Wanted to encourage you to check out her books on Amazon HP vaccine on trial and add vaccine epidemic. Everyone you get one body you'll get one mind and you get one life out there today them.

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Supplement Therapy, Probiotics and Parenting without Stereotypes

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Don't they do and I don't know I you know I have to say I don't know. I guess I was scared at one time. Of course anything you do. That's new can invoke diety But you know you gotTa let it go. Sometimes we're all in this together at the end of the day. So let's communicate to one four seven eight seven eleven ninety. We're here to help any way that we can. And that includes Jill Lane. She's on the line with me. She is a pro athlete. Health and nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions which is a three step sports performance and Athletic Nutrition Program Bill to maximize the potential of student athletes and the parents that support them. You can find around Instagram at team. Fuelling champions or her website fuelling champions dot org the other day. She opened the show with me. I believe it was. What Tuesday Joe Tuesday? Although we're losing track of the days of the week I know right. I know it's been so darned crazy but we were trying to cover the eleven natural remedies for anxiety from a book that I picked up at whole foods called A. It's a special. Time magazine edition the age of anxiety beyond stress lessons and treatments and you are not alone. So let's go back to it. We covered lavender. We didn't get very far and I did go and buy some and actually I. I use some last night. I put it under my nose between like what's the name of that. What's the name of the space between your lips and your nose? Anybody know? Uh Your upper lip. There's some sort of name and I know there's somebody out there listening that knows the answer and there's also a name for the the lines between your nose in your corner of your and I just can't think of the name of it right now but Anyway we talked about healthy eating or green tea. We talked about lavender the next on this list that we did not get to Ginseng. Let's talk about Ginseng. Jill interesting thing to know about Ginseng is that there are different. Varieties of Ginseng. And this article doesn't really go into that but there are things from around the world. There's the Chinese Ginseng. And there's an American Ginseng which is often also called panic. Ston thing and then there's also Siberian Ginseng and so I don't believe I'll Jinping Act the same Tried juicing is often known to get the B. Really Energizing Ginseng and the panics. I in Siberian American. Things are often known to be a bit more. I WANNA say calming and a sedative way but just help you feeling like an even keel but also helping with focus and creativity and a lot of the things on this list. Do both they kind of help. You feel a bit more calm. And and or centered but also creative now some of them act and so you Kinda need to choose wisely to really listen to you what do you need? You need something to really shut you down at night or you just need to lead to kind of calm you down. Almost like you're taking a deep breath so that you can focus and get stuff done that you need to do every day. That's what Siberian and American Ginseng can do. Well let me ask you this. Is it an adapted? Jin like Rodeo love because I was reading in the well-being Journal I'm having trouble putting my fingers on it again because I I just can't find it right now. Which is aggravating. But I read. That rodeo helps with anxiety. It's not on this list but you and I've talked about Rodeo many times and it's an adapted. Yes I love Rodeo. I think there's of things that aren't on the list that I would pick over some of the things that are on it. For instance one of our favorite things to talk about. Gaba isn't on this list either either. And I think it's one of my Go-to for you know. Were one place. I start often with people who are experiencing and starting to experience things -iety especially if they have busy brain syndrome at night and it's affecting their ability to fall asleep and get good rest until Rodeo could definitely be on this list especially if you're in diety is affecting your sleep and you don't feel productive during the day because you're losing brainpower. I think Rodeo la taken in the morning can potentially help with that. So Johnson Ken Juicing is like an adapter gin and you know what we know about. The adapted engines is that each continent kind of has their own signature adapted. Jim Jen saying is that there's different continents that all have their own variety of June. If you will and when you said didn't you say Siberian and then Chinese Ginseng when we were talking about Ginseng and I was thinking. Oh those were all up in the northern corridor if you will of the hemisphere of the Earth am I over thinking it because you know what's fascinating about that though burn is like if you've read about Rodeo it it tells you about how the plant itself is hardy to temperate climate area and so because it is a Russian descent it has to Has To Deal with the plant itself. Drastic changes in temperature. So you're not off base at all by mentioning that. Because you know I do think we probably don't have a way to measure this yet with our very measurement scientists based brands as humans. But I bet that ability for the plant to adapt to it's Surroundings is what employees were imparted with when we take that plant as a supplement. Yeah well and you know. It's interesting that you brought up sleep because I was preparing for another show right before we went live Reading about rem sleep and it was on the cover of the wellbeing journal. This was back in October of two thousand. Thirteen sleep can prevent mental illness. And then you know how. It's so insurance so serendipitous some of the things that happen When I'm creating contract content for the show I received newsletter from the Center for Brain Health here in Dallas Texas which is a world class organization founded by Sandra bombed Chapman believe she's a PhD as well but there was an article in here about sleep to live sleep to learn and it's written by Russell. G Foster from the University of Oxford about the quality of our consciousness is defined by the quality of our sleep and sleep is so critical. Isn't it Jill? It is and it has to do with what we talked about the other day in that when we sleep our brain producing different sorts of waves. And we're specifically talked about. Alpha waves the other day and the benefit that Alpha waves bring us but while we sleep we actually produce some deeper waves and those are the ones that kind of just help. Our brain gets do what it needs to do at night. There's all sorts of flushing and cleaning and and stuff that happens from a housekeeping standpoint in our brain night and we're not getting into those sega or even like Delta waves when we sleep then we might still even though we feel like we measure that we slept our we might feel like we only slept three. So that's why sleep. Quality is as important asleep quantity. And so if you're struggling with that then even some of the basics like we've been discussing like lavender and certainly trying off your electronics at night having a cold room about slight darkroom slightly colder and start to help with that. Yeah and stop watching the crown late at night. Like I've been doing with that a Netflix series. I find it very calming because the Queen. Elizabeth was so strong through so many difficult times and I don't know she was such a pillar of strength She's an inspiration to watch especially during these times on. This list. Is Valerian which I take by the way I take. Valerian root in capsule and I have had really profound effects are I mean A success with taking Valerian Root Leeriness is strong A strong plant. I guess I've no way to say it. You know it's actually from North America. You know. We talked about kind of where these things are now. A lot of this stuff is grown around the world to be quite honest with you but it's oftentimes are most most known for helping West Sleep. I think that's what is claimed the famous so if you're struggling with leap. It's something to consider at night. It actually affects Gaba levels and it has more of a sedative effect. And so if you're issue with your anxiety and you're busy brain is that you can't fall asleep and go to sleep. Then that's when you wanNA use something. That's like a sedative what you lose. What Valerian is. So Valerian isn't as As an as helpful potentially during the day unless you're really having some strong anxiety during the day The the more mild herbs help us coming and focus like the L. CNN which is actually amino acid or the lavender or maybe a panic for Siberian dinner better for during the day. Bulgarian is really great for at night. Yeah it is. And there's going to go into the Lemon Balm and the passion flower and you know Julia said Because you're not herbalist. You're not an expert in plant expertise but these are both ingredients that I know something about We're going to run out of time so we're going to have to continue this. This is kind of fun playing. Beat the clock who think the takeaway is that. There's so many amazing things almost everything on this lessons from plant and so I think that's really cool and so there's greatness in the foods that we eat and the things that we can drink two or three things on the list that you can take by T. and so I think it's just a great conversation to keep having and to know that we have all of those at our disposal. Mother Nature is here for us. That's our that's our best medicine. Mother Nature Right. She does a good thing. Yeah and we're going to go to break but I'll comment that lemon balm I drink the tea. It works pretty well and passion flower. I started taking for high blood pressure and it works amazingly well so check those out which would make sense if if it comes anxiety it lessens your blood pressure. So and we'll continue next week with Jill talking about this Stay tuned to all of us. Jill thank you so much for checking in today and helping us out here at one life radio we always love your content to be with you all right take shelter. Give me some shelter here. You go rolling stones. We'll be right back everyone. You're listening to one life radio You ready to sing with the Rinaldo. Come on really. We all need someone. We can lean all he liked that. I've been practicing and if you want to. You can lean on me. Oh my gosh you gotTa have a little fun here. Tried to cheer everybody up through this madness that we're dealing with Welcome to one life. Radio this is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and I have Jared Ramirez on the line he is the CEO of Environ Medica and incredible company. That I have been following for years. Their products are amazing. I'll just tell you that I tell everyone about it. And not just because you know there are a sponsor but because I was buying their products before they were a sponsor so jared Ramirez is a CEO. As I said of Enviro Medica. He has spent the last fourteen years taking an incestual approach to whole body nutrition. He develops new innovative foundational wellness products. That help people achieve optimal health. I encourage you to visit their visit. Our website at ENVIRO MEDICA DOT com. That's environmental dot com. Always a pleasure. Jarrod how're you doing today? I'm doing fantastic. Debbie cheer you up when we were seeing so similarly. Is that a word. I didn't I didn't hear that was anything came on. Oh my gosh well. You'll have to go back and listen. We were being very silly but you gotta do that right. It's good for your gut bacteria which is what we're talking about today. Who is yeah and your immune system so specifically though because you're an expert in this probiotics for the immune system. Let's start talking about this. So let's talk about the beneficial bacteria versus harmful bacteria. So that's a First off I want to say that there's more beneficial or commenced factor in nature than there are harmful bacteria And I think that you know it's important to note that All of us actually have What would be considered Let's call them pathogenic bacteria within US right but is the The the beneficial forms of bacteria In Our microbiome that keep everything else in check so it's not about Keeping these out completely. It's about maintaining the terrain and the total ecosystem of your microbiome. So that These types of pathogenic bacteria are not problematic and the best. I guess the best example I can give of that is C. difficile infection. It's a it's a very big problem In hospital acquired infections and that typically comes about There are some. There is some controversy over the development of it but effectively It's the stage is set. When there's a lot of antibiotics given and in hospital setting and it wipes out most of the commencement bacteria and then allows for more pathogenic bacteria in this case C. difficile sealed to then proliferate and then it becomes a problem yeah and it and it's damaging. I if I'm not mistaken we've talked about it on the show before and talked about fecal transfers and how effective they are within a matter of hours. Someone who is suffering or dying from C diff can be quickly turned around so clearly you know the the bacteria and the microbiome and everything plays a critical role in our overall health and wellness absolutely F- MTV FECAL microbiome transfers Are considered to be One of the most efficacious treatments for C. Difficile out there currently There is some very interesting Development in that field so in the field of probiotics where some Some provide extremes have been shown to have activity against C. Difficile. But you know what the What the doses are and and what stranger being used is still very much in flux. Antibiotics are often the prescription that are given in hospitals for that and Cbo which is the small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. All these things that really can be prevented or stopped with using a really good product like yours Tara Flora and the deep immune on your new one is absolutely amazing. I've been taking it twice a day but I don't want to get off of a focus here because I want to continue to talking about the bacterial part of this. So what is bacterial balance bacterial Balance So the best the best way I can explain it. I've used this analogy on your your Show before it if we think of it as a game of rock paper scissors frank and so there's actually some Study out there. That I like to reference It's called the bacterial game of rock paper scissors where they take three different Bacterial strains and they it's we'll say they're ABC. And you put a with B in a kills B you put be with C and B Kill C. You put a with. Cna Kill C. But when you put ABC together they all coexist. Oh yeah well. It's actually that's a study. Oh it is okay. It's a study The the analogy is the ROCK PAPER SCISSORS ASPECTS RIGHT. Where where the the messages is that. The community is a much greater importance than any single member right. So so you know when we when we think about the balance In our gut microbiome you know what affects that balance The biggest the biggest effect is from the food. That you eat We've talked about the implications of sugar on the microbiome right when you Take in select nutrients and we'll call them nutrient sugar still nutrient And you can disrupt the balance Human beings thrive on diversity and diversity in their food in their diets. So it's interesting. There's there's so much surrounding this. I talk about this many many times on the show with you as well talking about the first book that I ever wrote wrote. I wish I wrote it. I read From Martin J glazier. A medical doctor wrote missing microbes. And then the book the gaps Diet it's absolutely astounding the relationship to your bacteria to even your mental health. So many people don't realize how critical it is and so but let's talk about this. How probiotics helped to boost your immune system and prevent disease and viruses. So there's a number of mechanisms at play and and I would say that different bacterial strains have different qualities and how they interact with the immune system The the most common interaction is a Up Regulation of what's called our innate immunity right so it's the It's the most common thing that happens when you're taking probiotics however There are other mechanisms and in the case of There's a a specific bacterial strain. That we've been working with that activates A immune cell very rare. Immune cell called a plasma side toyed dendritic cells and these cells are considered the leaders of the immune system. So when you activate the specific sell it Activates and erects downstream immune cells Such as T. cells Killer t cells B lymphocytes Natural killer cells and so by activating the leader of the immune system. What's what's called the PC It's you're able to to Affect Immune System in a much greater capacity. That's that's one strain specific example but there are others out there well and the PD. That's what's in your new product this deep immune by tariff flora right. It is We're we're pretty excited about that There's we're not aware of any other Any other scientific literature supporting the use of a And in this case it's a a pair of probiotic. It's a heat killed Probiotics so what's being consumed is actually the metabolites the peptides the what's called the Psycho Plaza inside the the sell. Well so besides probiotics. What else can you take to help boost your immune system which is such an? It's like the number one topic in the nation right now. How can we Bluestar Immune System? So you know and I I do want to qualify the the immune-boosting you know Claims that are being made out there especially with You know Kobe. Nineteen being being very High Priority Topic. Right now There is some discussion around certain. Immune enhancing ingredients being Contra indicated okay And especially in terms of Kobe. Nineteen and I do not claim to be an infectious disease expert. No we're not even remotely close however what I've gleaned from the research is that The the issue is that the immune system is Over over over compensating right so It goes after lung tissue and lung cells and so some immune products. I know out there have been country indicated Which ones There's a fairly lengthy list but You know vitamin C. Vitamin A vitamin D These are I think beneficial parts of the Diet that do have an impact on the immune system? You WANNA run out and start over supplementing with these. That's very much question right now and And so that I think some caution needs to be taken in that regard you can take too much of anything I absolutely agree. You have to proceed with caution. I so I'll ask you some very elementary question so when I took my floor my tariff lower this morning the deep Immune one in the blue box by the way you guys because there's three different ones. This is the one that I'm taking right now. The broad spectrum symbiotic I was thinking do I take it on an empty stomach? Can't remember I take it with food. Should I mix any other You know like I. I have a liquid liposuction vitamin C. That I've been taking every day. Can you mix them up and I should? You take it on an empty stomach or should you take it with food so with our products specifically we recommend taking with food Again it's it's mostly anecdotal but You know in an evolutionary context. We feel that these Bacterial cultures and these food based prebiotics would be consumed through your diet Now the empty stomach Question really is Kinda. Come about from the other side of the probiotic space where using different types of products that are very sensitive to stomach acid and so the rationale is that if you take it on an empty stomach More live cells are able to be delivered to the gut. Then would otherwise be accomplished if you're eating with A meal where your stomach? Acid is Much more prevalent in your your. Your your stomach is dropped so but in the case of tariff Laura the probiotic strains that we used our gastric stable their ph resistant Their shelf stable heat stable. So that's not really necessary. Well one of those people like I don't know the word sparingly. I think of years ago and I had to see a dermatologist. I remember used sparingly and it was a steroid cream. I because I had ECZEMA really bad. And I don't think I I did and I and I I'm just not good at UC ping sparingly. I think well if this is good for me than Moore's got to be better so as far as this particular product. It's to to tack to capsules. Can you take four capsules to wanting to at night or am I over overdoing it you could? I mean you know so. Especially so with the terror floor deep immune the with the Ingredient that we have in there It that's the clinical doses is two capitals per day Do we have practitioners recommending more than that in some cases sure Do we know that there's any additional value I? It's hard to say you know we we I. I typically approach things on a Everything's on a u-curve right where Nothing is is not good. And then you get the sweet spot in the middle where you're taking a sufficient dose but if you go too far the benefits start to drop off. And perhaps there's an again an imbalance right so Anything that we're taking whether it'd be a supplement or food should be in the context of balance There's no exception and I got mine on Amazon Dot Com. You can also get it at environmental dot com I guess do you have anything else? You WANNA say everybody stays safe out there. Everybody stay safe all right. Well I've got a lot more questions but I'm going to save him for next week. Hopefully you can jump on the air with us again. We need all the brilliant minds that we can get right now to talk about how to get ourselves out of this mess wherein right agreed to always a pleasure. Jared thank you so much jared Ramirez he is the CEO of Environ Medica. Check them out at environmental dot com and we will be right back. We've got Kip Watson. Coming up raising boys without stereo types the link between social media and poor mental health. Stay tuned. Everyone you're listening to one life radio crazy buff. Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Rinaldo. Davis and KIP Watson is on the line with us. She's been on the show for many many years right from the very very beginning. Like Joe Lane Tina Burnett. She is a licensed professional counselor and supervisor. Sports Psychology Professional Two masters degrees nearly twenty years of experience with athletes coaches families in corporate teams certified high performance coach She's a former professional athlete and mom of two in college. I remember when it was a mom of two in grade school. Almost no right so great to have you on the air with us today. You can find Kip Watson on twitter at kipp fit. That's at KIPP fit today. We're talking about raising boys without stereotypes and the link between social media and poor mental health. I love both of these topics. Rinaldo you've got to Rinaldo has got a little boy that he's raising That's what nine months old eight months old. What is his name on Antoine? So this is a this is a good subject. It really is for a lot of people out there listening. You know. And I'd never raised a boy. I have a nephew who is close to me in age About ten years apart who You know it's the closest thing I can think of because I was like I was his aunt but I was one of his mentors and we were very very close. He passed away at an early age. Unfortunately but that's about the closest thing I can think of in my personal experience about raising a boy without stereotype. So do you think that there are many parents that struggle to lots of boys be feminine? And why do you think that is I think actually yes. That probably is true. I think there's been a real cultural shift probably just in in the timeframe of our lifetime right Started in the sixties. The kind of really grew in the seventies. The feminist movement is a part of that and I think you know I actually had this conversation with my daughter and her being in her twenties. I'm in my fifties and we kinda talked about this and her insight on this was so good it was really great and I. I think you know what she said to me and I was like. Wow that's really good. That the qualities of a man that we associate as masculine are no longer valued in our society as they once were. Because there's been so many I guess you could say bad examples or where? It's gone awry in our society and so that and then at the same time those than arise of you know rightfully so in terms of women's rights and equality and I I think though in that in view these generations of of trying to understand that and make sense of it because of where human beings have just acted badly on both sides of the Coin Feminine and Masculine. There's a real confusion and there is a confusion about what is masculine died is okay and then what if my boy doesn't necessarily hold what is typically masculine. Which which for me like that was how I grew up. I grew up with a mom that had more of what we would associate with masculine qualities and the dad what we would associate with. Feminine qualities. Yeah I kinda did too. I mean my father wasn't he was he wasn't a push or anything but he but he he was. He was very tender hearted and very compassionate. And and unfortunately. That's some of the things that we do. We define as being not masculine right. Well I think so. And here's here's where I you know with what idea with assessing people. They're they're intangible qualities they're e- everybody has feminine and Masculine Energy or Feminine and Masculine Traits. The Bat is called being a human being you know and so we have both. It's just because of the way you're innately wired. You tend to lean towards more like what we would associate as masculine or more towards what we would associate a feminine and actually I think one of the greatest characters I mean there are two really great characters in scripture in the Bible that I think are great examples of of being male but holding both feminine and Masculine Qualities. One is Jesus but the other one was King David he was. He was a very Like Great Warrior and yet he also led a lot with his emotions. We know he's romantic by the way he wrote he harassed women he loved them. You know and yet he would go into battle and he was a warrior. Yeah well you know in this article that we're covering it said. At a twenty eighteen study in the Journal of sexual orientation and gender diversity. Found parents tend to be more uncomfortable with their child. Having Gender non-conforming behaviors when their child is a boy than when their child is a girl. I would agree with that. I've seen that many many times. Rinaldo what do you think about all of this as a man You know what are your thoughts thoughts towards any of well? You've got a boy. Have you know you've got a boy? Are you would? Would it bother you if he started? Let's you know you're in a toy store. And he wanted a pink stroller I think is all a matter of how if a man is in a boy's life or not that's a great. That's a great comment. Absolutely we talk about the most popular thing was with Dwayne Wade son so with that you can say that the way. It is on the road a lot because he plays basketball. So was he really there in those key moments when the sun needed them? I can't speak for anything like that but I'm just saying you know my opinion. It's more of if a man is in that child's life or not in what qualities that man has right and it's a it's a habit loop because it goes back to that man's father yeah assemblies. Father that man's father and you can trace it all the way back. Yeah so I believe it's more of habits in how a man is raised in how that man race. His town yeah. I couldn't agree if the man is in that child's life or not. Okay so what? What are some of the ways that to raise sons without pigeon pigeonhole holding or holing them into gender stereotypes? Well I think every parent really needs to be clued in and to the innate wiring of their child right and separate and celebrate that innate wiring you know my parents were raised in a generation where yeah the man went off to work and the mom stayed home but my parents know both said Geez. We should have done that. The reverse way But you just didn't do that right and the society back in the sixties But I think you know what is natural for a Man. I think he brings up. A good point is when we stop celebrating the quality of masculinity whether that the strong independent responsibility Someone who Yes there is a sense of power in control there but at the same time we want to raise our sons to also cherish loving respectful And so you got to attend to both whether they tend to lean toward masculine qualities or lean towards more towards them inequalities helps them to somewhat developed both but whichever way they lean you got to celebrate that and and help them to understand how to execute those things with respect and with love to every other fellow being around them well in the study from the Journal of Sexual Orientation Gender Diversity from two thousand eighteen and also says parents were more likely to change boys gender non conforming behaviors than to try to change girls so in other words parents a parents are way more okay with girls doing voiced off than doing girl stuff and it goes on to say that that discomfort from seeing boys display traits. We associate with feminism. Femininity stems from a combination of sexism and homophobia. What do you think about that well? I'm sure that that's probably true again. I think ideally if everybody could just celebrate the individual for how he or she is wired That would lead could different results about that. But I think you're also you're also I think as society has struggled with this we have we no longer value. I think those traits and men we no longer value man who really comes across strong and independent takes charge and is responsible And then because we had so many poor examples of that we do have poor. Dad's Paul poor leaders poor followers. And if if you know we celebrated both the masculine tendencies but teach them to execute those appropriately. Same thing if I have a son who tends to lean more towards feminine or the Feminine Energy. Which my dad did yeah nurturer. Yup I call a jest. Right he was the one that we will go shopping and do fashion and arts and music and stuff like that But he was still very much a man though you know. It didn't didn't distract from his masculinity he was very comfortable executing you know both. Yeah it sounds like you grew up a lot like I did. I mean my dad did the dishes at night. I used to do them with them every single night. My mother was the breadwinner. She was a registered nurse and she made really good money and when. My father was an entrepreneur when we had lean times when my mother you know really kicked in with her With her ability to produce income. But you know in this article it also says it's sexism is rooted in the belief that men are superior to women and Masculinity is superior to femininity on it goes on to say as such qualities or masculine masculinity is inherently more acceptable and desirable boys deviating from masculinity are often viewed as offensive and inferior. What do you say to that? Why gets unfortunate that that's become? I think the view because I think again both are needed by every individual you know and and we need to You Know I. I think this is what I get concerned about. As you know in working with athletes as I have over the last two decades is there is an increase in the defiance against masculinity or defiance against authority and not the problem. That is a problem. I think men still need to. I think men and women regardless of gender right. We need to have respect for authority and respect for the person's chart it doesn't matter their gender absolutely and then in the same respect if a male doesn't necessarily adhere to the masculine qualities like that. We still need to show. Respect love for Well we're going to go to break. You're listening to Kip Watson here on one life radio everyone. We're talking about raising boys without stereotypes and we when we come back. I want to touch on a in this article. It also talks about the increased suicide risk. When you don't let a child's authentic self Come out so we'll be right back. Everyone stay tuned. More with Kip Watson here on one life radio you get me strong bench. Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Ronaldo Davis and I've got kicked Watson on the line. She is a licensed professional counselor supervisor. She you can find her on twitter at KIPP fit. She has two master's degrees in nearly twenty years of experience with athletes coaches families and corporate teams. She's a certified high performance coach and a former professional athlete. Yourself Love this woman. She's been on the show since the very beginning. We're entering our ninth year on April. The Nineth of you can believe that how I know crazy. Isn't that crazy? Yeah well you're a big part of it you know. No one does it alone. And you've been there with me Jill a lot of people you know Danny Miles in the early years. I mean I could go on and on Dr Jeremy Webster Sean Wells Year to And I could never have done this alone never I I was. I was way too scared. Wait too scared. I had the passion but the fear over took me sometimes and we've come a long way baby. Haven't we suspended almost a decade? That's breath know? I know I couldn't have done it without girls. Like you kept Watson so let's continue talking about this raising boys without stereotypes and let's switch over to the link between social media and poor mental health. So you know right before we went to break and I think this is a very important part of this whole discussion that we're having it says in this article that in truth denying a child's authentic self can create major physical and mental health problems for them down the line everything from social alienation to lack of proper healthcare access to increased suicide risk. We all know that suicide is been on the rise for many many years to you personally as a professional counselor and supervisor do you feel. There's a connection between not being your authentic self and suicide. Yes and especially sexually not being able to to follow your your sexual orientation Yeah well that's been established by research that that there is a correlation between that I think it is very difficult. And I think more and more Gosh especially in these last twenty years of working with adolescents. There's so much more confusion orientation because unfortunately kid. They're experimenting at a younger age more. They're really ready to understand what it means to be a sexual being. I couldn't agree more. And that's part of the problem. So they may not actually know what their true orientation is. Because they've experimented too much and it's created much confusion they're being influenced they're being influenced by social media. I mean I see it clearly. And you're shaking your head. Rinaldo for Yata Culture itself There is a lot of confusion W- And it to me it. It saddens me greatly And it's very hard to combat. It is they ventured into that experimentation and I think that social media has created a bunch of sheep's a bunch of followers. You know you know the Kardashians okay. You inject every party everybody you find every part of your body that you don't like and you fix it instead of accepting yourself for who you are you know and I think it's very mentally unhealthy. Well yes it definitely can be. Especially if somebody doesn't have bound or healthy view of themselves that they think they have to look a particular way or Or Yes that it's calm and to experience different types of sexual experiences in order to be okay when actually that's like the worst thing you could do Will you know we've got about three minutes? Kip and so I WANNA get to this content and I appreciate you jumping on the air with us so much. I value your opinion. Do you think that social media should be completely avoided or is it a little bit okay? And if so how much media is too much for children? Well I think it's an irrelevant question to even ask not not that I mean it's good that you asked it. Yeah it's irrelevant to ask whether we should completely avoid it or not. It's here yard of our culture. There's no way to actually completely of voided. Well I mean in certain ages like from like one to four five. You have no reason to be on social media. I should've clarified. Yeah you don't I I think it's like anything it's and this is often when I do workshops on this subject for high school kids. I'll talk about my days and metal shop right. There was a lot of dangerous equipment there that could kill somebody but we were. We were taught how to use it appropriately and and taught how to use it to be constructive and do good things with And I think that's the same thing. Social media be very destructive. Destroy People's lives and yet it can actually be a very useful productive constructive tool. Yeah Okay so what? Do you believe to be some of the consequences for our kids mental health. We've got about a minute. Well actually thirty seconds. No pressure the consequences are yes a confusion about what is acceptable. What is not I? GotTa measure up. there's a lot of people who think they're not good enough not pretty enough not talented enough. Don't have enough all that kind of stuff because you're comparing your real life to somebody's highlight. Reel highlight reel. Isn't it's not a true of reality. So yes we do. See increases in identity confusion Anxiety confidence depression and those are just typical things that can happen unless you really having folic conversations with parents to really understand you know what what is being represented there and where your true value and I come from absolutely love having you on the show. Kip routes and find her at twitter at kipp fit. Let's talk after the show You know what everyone you get body you get one mind and you get one life. Get out there today and be contagious positive.

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No nothing unusual happened today if you did you guys cook at home a lot before the covert nineteen thing or do you cook a lot at home now because of it Yeah we exit catastophic cooking at home a little bit before the Coke. Nineteen started happening like that. Yeah we were cooking at home before all of this stuff. Haven't well 'cause a. Lotta people still you know get food delivered or they get it delivered from the grocery store on. I don't know I. I think it's 'cause I'm such a Germaphobe anyway. I I even though I it does put you more at risk I feel like handling my own groceries and wiping down the store and I sanitize as I go when I'm shopping and then I even sanitize it when I get home by renting them down with like. We're very quickly with hot soapy water and you know doing what I can to mitigate any kind of exposure to the covert nineteen so but it's interesting how it's affected everybody's lives and so I was in Sprouts yesterday a couple of things and pick up a copy of the latest wellbeing journal. is amazing. You know one of our sponsors. We work closely with them. I've been using their contact for years and years a great magazine You can buy it in print or digital. I love the print because it's always so well done and I. I have like a library of these. You know in for be A lot of people don't know this. I'm partially blind and my right eye so I really struggled when I spent too much time on my computer so I like the print and hopefully print will never go away. I also kind of like. Do you like holding stuff like books and stuff turning the page. Yeah I yeah very tactile. I like actually holding Like you don't find. They're not. They're not that many newspapers out there anymore. But I like holding a magazine holding something in my hands. You are you like that. Yeah yeah yeah and books too but so when I what? I'm what I want to get to here is. I picked up. Not only a copy of the wellbeing journal also picked up a copy of consumer report and it kind of it was a great cover by the way and I and I do love This magazine is well. It's got always got a lot of really good information it but the cover was a picture of a big red bell pepper wrapped in plastic on a phone little Plate says how to eat less plastic and I was like what caught my attention and says You maybe can. You may be consuming as much as a credit cards worth of plastic a week. Right you is that hard to believe I mean you hear about. The plastics are everywhere. They're in are there in the bellies of Wales and they're all through. Our waters are everywhere. But here's some stuff that I didn't know so did you know okay. So these are the six ways to use less plastic and one of them is. Where did it go here to Vacuum regularly don't allow services to get dusty. It says the dust in your house could be loaded with micro-plastics and chemicals that are found plastic. Such as They late is that how you pronounce it. I believe cleaning up. Dust May help reduce the amount of plastic? You went how especially if you are stuck inside. For long periods of time during a period of social distance the Consumer reports recommend vacuuming regularly with a filter. Which is best for trapping dust? So would you ever thought of that? I would not have? Yeah wouldn't have yet just right out. The top wouldn't have thought about that but now yeah it makes sense now. You know all the dust particles in the air and stuff and you read it in. Yeah well we ought about. Don't tap water. Says it says. Do drink tap water and don't rely on bottled water which a lot of people do especially right now with the Kobe nineteen. I know that I bought a couple of cases of bottled water. Just in case you know I was tracked with no water which you know a lot of good. Things are coming from the cove in nineteen thing really. I mean a lot of people have lost their lives. That's tragic but a lot of really good things are happening to For example I think I think we're beginning to realize that we really need to be more self sufficient. Do you feel that way? Of course I do well and where I'm going with that is I have a well on my property that has been there for hundreds of years. Probably and I'm going to start using it. I'm going to get it tested. Make sure the groundwater is okay. And I'm going to actually designing built like a cover for my well. Keep it safe and I'm GonNa start the unlike old school girl the well water in and try to think of maybe a Disney character should rally and she used to go get water for the well one of the few style yet but Yeah I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do that 'cause I I read this as they really need to do that But the six ways to use less plastic. Of course they said do Do drink tap water. We don't rely on bottled water. Eat fresh booed as much as possible. Don't rely on processed food wrapped in plastic It says do heat food on the stove or by microwaving and glass. Do not microwave and plastic. Of course I believe you shouldn't microwave at all. I think that the microwave are based on things that I have read over the years Destroys a lot of the nutrients in food. So I I really never microwave anyway. I use it as like a bread. and snack storage place in my house. I might do some popcorn. You like microwave popcorn like the ones that doesn't have the chemicals in that call. 'cause the popcorn long. Have you ever heard of that? Oh doggone it I wish I would pull some Information on it but yet there's evidence that the law shoot I believe that was one Based on the theory and the proof that microwave popcorn gays this person like I don't know what it's some sort of cancer I'll have to look it up during the break. Maybe maybe the team that team look it up for me and I can report back or maybe autumn commonly knows who. She's on the show today. We're GONNA be talking about all kinds of stuff Colloidal Silver Castro oil and chanting the three CS with Autumn Connolly so says Duke by By store food in glass silicone or foil Store it says. Don't uh store food and plastic especially plastic that may contain harmful chemicals and I went over the vacuuming regularly. And here's the last one it says. Do Work with your community a soon your impact Says don't assume your impact is limited to what you do in your own personal life so legislation to admit excuse me legislation to the use of single use plastics and plastic production maypole. The biggest levers but joining forces with community level recycling groups can truly make a difference so all good things to remind us to take care of the earth and ourselves and how to eat less plastic. 'cause I don't know about you but I don't WanNa eat a credit card. Every week are the equivalent of right. I'm pretty sure I do because I drink a lot of bottled waters. Well we need to change that. Somehow we need to plan. Yeah Yeah Yeah you gotta come up with a new plan all right well. We're going to go to break when we come back. We have a fantastic show lined up for you. Oughta Connolly She is an amazing girl. She's been on the show for years. We're GONNA be talking about all kinds of cool stuff and she's GonNa Chant with us today and we're GONNA learn a brief history of chanting where it even came from so I I'M GONNA guess that it came from some From some monks somewhere. What do you think did he came from amounts of monks up in the mountains? All right all right. We'll stay tuned. Everyone coming out without him calmly. You're listening to wildlife radio and a welcome back to one life radio everyone. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and our special today on Conley. She lives in the Sky Islands of Arizona with three Kiddos with her three kids and animal. Babies she is a creator of and bill traditional healing accompanied dedicated to refer microbiome health through diet. Autumn is also a self taught Vegan shaft. A serial Gardner an avid believer in and teacher of the healing powers of meditation. You can contact her. At Meditate with autumn at G MAIL DOT COM. That's meditate with autumn at gmail.com. You know we. We're talking about a lot of different stuff today aren't we? How are you doing autumn all kinds of stuff? I'm great I love it. Well I tried to make the joke that you're that that your name ended with a C. And we were talking about colloidal silver and Castro oil and chanting which all start with the letter C. But I think you know what I think I need right now. I think you need to start the show because I'm so wigged out from go sleep last night and just the dogs barking. Why don't we do a chant at the beginning and at the end of the show? Maybe that'll maybe that'll make everything run. A little smoother gives a little. Yeah I also was gonna read something about meditation that I thought might be helpful to people. Kinda it a little bit. Yeah WanNa hear that. Yeah I wanna hear whatever you got so it's basically it's a it's a it's a. It's a brief prose from a teacher. Sri Poon judge the doesn't matter. Don't you know I don't want to get caught up in any dogma? But the words it and pull and easy to understand so it goes like this. It says be quiet. Stay unattached to your thoughts and don't make effort to be bound takes effort to be free takes no effort thoughts obscure and will never reveal that but don't think pieces beyond thought and effort. This is keeping quiet. Is the key to the storehouse of love and peace. Identify yourself as quietness as this nothingness. And Be careful not to make it inexperience because this is the mind tricking you out of it with the trap of duality. The trap of witness and witness being is being there is no witness and they're no witness after letting go of object. Do not hold onto the subject. Either let it go be quiet. Well I I too bad. My Days Aren't listening. They're going can you hear him? Almost everyone of them are barking making me crazy. I I wanNA tell them pretty quiet difficult to focus but you know You're you're a wealth of information you are been on the show for years And there's a lot of things that we can do. Naturally to approve. Our life clues includes chanting. That includes Colo I always have trouble. Thanks COLLOIDAL silver not colonial. It's Collado right. Is that how you correctly pronounce it? Colloidal Colo- oh it's colloidal okay. So we went online this morning and to see and so everybody has a different spin on it I guess but but colonials Dover has a lot of really incredible powers As far as the immune system. But you're the specialist. Let's talk about this. You know what are some of the main benefit of colonial silver. Well the main benefit in my opinion is you know. It's antibacterial antifungal antiviral properties. So silver is essentially. What it does it gets into your bloodstream and it he nature's cell wall of pathogens so it's actually A really natural healthy way to I guess lower the overall load of your body and But you're right there. There's a lot there's a lot of misinformation a lot of Speculation I guess is the word for it about colloidal when you look on the Internet. So it's one of those In my opinion those real tried and true natural remedies that Big Pharma scared of so. They kind of muddy the water. The with the information that's available online right well and I know like at whole foods. There's a there's a disclosure F- an FDA disclosure that they have. I actually have it in my notes somewhere. I I I asked him if I could have it for the show. This is back a couple of years ago and the Guy said sure take it. We've got more of them But it was interesting and excuse my costs It was very interesting that you know. They had to put a disclaimer on this. But I think it's because you know a lot of people will say that you know the that the healing power of seal silver is that of. It's like a natural antibiotic right. It is. Yeah for sure. It's definitely natural antibiotic and those warnings they come Realistically the true danger if there really is any danger in coil. Silver is Where you can purchase machines to make it at home yourself really per tina's purchasing it premade. Yes but the way that it's made at home is is not it? Doesn't follow all the safety procedures that need to be followed so it creates larger particles that can They can't get. I GUESS. The word the Diffused or absorbed by your skin cell so it can give your skin kind of a grayish blue hue but that's when you're absorbing a significant quantity of it like more than any normal person ever would in the first place and yeah you are making it using a machine that does not working properly. So there's a lot of a lot of disclaimers involving that but that's what know it's kind of like if you feed a baby a bunch of carrots. The tips of their nose turns Slightly orange. I don't know if you've ever noticed that but it's the same thing with silver if you if you just too much of it in the particles aren't small enough. If they aren't nanoparticles. Then it can it can conglomerate in different areas of your skin but it's kind of a fallacy to think that whenever really happened I mean the chances layer Well there's there's a lot of people that That that well and there's research show it really that you know. There's a lot of studies out there that say that you know colonial colonials go. I'm not saying it right again. Colloton sat for me. Colloidal foil Loyd will colloidal silver is anti-viral and as you said antibacterial and antimicrobial. But there's a lot of people that say that And there's a lot of research to And I'm looking at several studies here in front of me that it's anticancer. Yeah well you know all the reason why it would be anticancer because what it is is by being antiviral antifungal antimicrobial. Doing lowering the overall toxic. Load of your system and by lowering the overall toxic load of your system. It's creating an anti inflammatory effect in all autoimmune. Diseases like cancer diabetes You know rheumatoid arthritis on and on and on all of those largely caused by inflammation which is just your body's red alert system going you know Hello there's a fire here. Put out the fires and fortunately traditional medicine doesn't tend to put out the fires at tends to band the fires and everything keeps raging allowing more persistent or degenerative diseases to take hold so Wow It L. present prevents cancer. That would in my opinion misnomer but what it does is it prevents other things that Allow your body to prevent the cancer itself. Oh Okay so you know. We hear about heavy metals and your toxic load. And you gotta you gotTa you know You got to cleanse your body. Get the toxic metals out. How is this different? Because is it actually. It's it's actually it's over right and it is. Yeah it is silver okay. So it's silver absorbed by your body. It's not being It's not being absorbed by your body. What is doing is it. It's when when consumed a correct way. It's it's the nanoparticle. So the nanoparticles are actually going into your bloodstream. Or denaturing the cell walls of Different pathogenic bacteria fungi or whatever. And then they're being excreted from your system so the reason that other things like mercury and Aluminum or whatever it is it gets lodged in your system is because it's a different form. It's not a nanoparticle colloidal or something that is is suspended in substrate so it's suspended in the water the clean water that it's you know. Sarah is water that it's packaged with and it basically just comes into your body does its job and then leave the reason why things like. Mercury get stuck in your body is because they're larger particles and they're they're in the foods that you eat and their absorbed with the foods along with the nutrients so it's the same thing it's more of a It's more of a particle matter than anything else. Wow well I use it all the time anytime. I'm feeling a little green around the gills. Or you know I feel like I didn't get a good night's sleep this morning. I woke up. You know just not feeling one hundred percent. I took some of that. Yeah I just figure what the heck right it's anti. I wrote the antibacterial and so I certainly can't hurt. But you know like I said the FDA all and and And the medical community doesn't give This colonial silver a very much credit Well you know. They've started to more so now. There is some truth. There are some traditional uses of Koydo Silva in mainstream that offend now. So there's these there are these patches like for wound-care so My son Henry. He just got his leg. I really serious injury on his leg. And Yeah I went to the doctor. Count and You know I'm giving my whole Spiel of you. Know the least in intervention possible and on and on and he said that what he was gonna put on it was actually a coil over patch. So it was Yeah it's just like you know kind of gauze thing that Scott I'm coil over In bed in it and then they stick it on the wound. Then it actually it. It increases the sal migration at percentage so to cover up a large large wound. You need the skin cells Tim You need them to move left and right and so it allow note to move cost of wound. I've actually seen those patches before and Yeah it's very interesting and so what else do you want people to know about this and you know. Are there any dangerous to using it? I guess only if you use too much and you start to turn silver right or gray you're gonna find on the market. Won't that won't happen but if you're trying to save some money and make it yourself at home. I refused some very thorough research. And make sure you're getting it from a reputable company which means it will be expensive. So I mean don't get any offshoots from Ebay or whatever it is but Main thing that I want people to know is that there's a difference between ionics over and colloidal silver so when you look at the ones that are available at whole foods or any health food store or online or whatever ionic silver is often mislabeled as colloidal silver. But you can tell by the ingredient lists and ionic silver. It is It doesn't have the lasting power it kind of it kind of has a flashpoint meaning when you when you when you absorb it goes into your system and it only works for about seven seconds. So that's the only on something that's directly in your gut or in your mouth or something like that. It's not going to work as well for For an illness or a virus is something. That's present in your blood or something that you know your your body's already fighting because it just doesn't. It doesn't stay What it is. It's an ion. It's missing an eye on so doing is going into your body and it's looking for another ion to find with and there's all kinds of things find within your body so it basically D- nature's itself right away. Okay would you. Can you explain that because I think a lot of people including myself a little compassion on that? Yeah the easiest way to think about it without getting too scientific would just be that. It's you know it's IT'S A. It's it's two opposites to polars of a magnet. You know a positive and a negative. So what it's doing is with onyx over spending in one or the other you know positive or a negative and it's looking for us other half another positive or negative and this is a very simplified. Not exactly scientific explanation but it's an easy way to understand it so it goes into your body and there's all kinds of things not necessarily bacteria fungi or Anything any viruses that that will bind with it. It will just find with anything that happens to be positive or negative so it doesn't exactly work the way that it should but it's a lot easier and faster to manufacture and therefore they it. It's pretty prevalent on the market. Where you're really looking for is a true Koito silver. It's coli. It's something that's GonNa be banned or suspended in another solution and it will be colloidal silver as ingredient. It'll be Koito silver and A water usually and colloidal silver is actually the one that holds its own that as a separate thing and goes in and and basically Slices open the The cell wall of pathogenic back to your our pathogenic can't value the different. Us mucking far. Did you know that yeah? Well you know if you're GONNA use it if you're using it then you might as well use the right one right. It's the same money. Get the benefit. Your brain is amazing. It's always great having you on. We've got more coming up. We're GONNA be talking about castor oil and then chancing with autumn Conley stay tuned. Everyone you're listening to one life radio back. Greatest took Bennett everyone. You're listening to one life radio. This is further death with Burnell Davis and autumn commonly Autumn lives in the sky. Islands of with three Kiddos an animal babies. She is the creator of an Ville Traditional Healing. A company dedicated to restoring microbiome health. Through diet she is also a self taught Vegan. Chef a serial Gardner and an avid believer end teacher. Up of that tation. You can contact her at that. A tate with audet gmail.com meditate with autumn at g mail DOT COM You know It's great to have you with us autumn as always and I wanted to mention to everyone today Because you know the in nineteen Has caused a lot of strain on our local charities and so our nonprofits are being acid in war with less than they than they ever have. So today is North Texas Giving Day And you could go to North Texas giving Tuesday now dot Org. That's North Texas giving Tuesday now dot org to make donations over three thousand certified nonprofits on the list are the website and it's happening until midnight tonight so All the charities appreciate anything that you can do to help these groups even if you go on and you pick four groups and you give them five dollars apiece. That amount gets doubled by foundation. And I can't think of the name of it right now. It's a foundation that basically matches whatever The public gives to the community so As I said and do your part if you can't even five dollars even one dollars it all makes a difference at all. It all adds up at the end of the day. So and I know Autumn you do a lot to help other people's as well you're you're such a terrible person And and and it's important isn't it? Don't you feel that being terrible and just being being a giving really? It's almost does more for you than it does for the for the person that you're giving it to just as much certainly oh for sure. I essentially feel like it's missing link between You know What people think of themselves I think of as doing the right thing I think of being kind of the reality is that kindness comes with a little bit of effort toward helping other people and Yeah there's no shortage for sure. Yeah there is well you know we we could talk about with you So many different things. Because you're just a wealth of information I you just you just are you you you. You are the most brilliant women actually. I think I know as far as like just I don't know you you. You're just amazing. You really are for people that don't know you burn out in the radio. You help a lot of people with your information and and just your knowledge. You're you're that in itself is is a is a way to give you know. Give me your thoughts freely. Give your your knowledge freely the people that you know you can help it. It's it's easy to do especially with social media now and I know that you do a lot of that social media as well but Empowering people to either yes kind of like you know you're you're in your business you know you created this and bill traditional healing and it is Your your product that you your first product with this new company empowers people to make their own. Kiefer and their own home. So can you tell me a little bit about it before Our Taylor listeners? A little more about it again. I know we talked about it a couple of weeks ago. But let's talk about it again before we talk about castor oil and it's essentially a way to make your out probiotic supplement at home. So you know you can buy freeze dried capsule over the counter. And they're not alive and Then you can buy commercial made keepers. Comes of Chevy off? Gotcha my sugar into a probiotic count and not even really the probiotics that are most beneficial to human gut health whereas the one that I'm selling as It's got seven lab document in strains of different products all that focus and have been highly research towards human gut health and I'm teaching you how to basically create more of them at home so you're getting high probiotic with low sugar content and it just happens to be really really yummy and alive and active that you get a great benefit from the moment that you ingest it all the way through or All the way through your digestion Well everything that everything you touch. I totally trust and everything we do is is always amazing. So I I haven't done it yet. I bought it but I haven't done it yet. just spend a lot busy really with all these other animals. I've rescued a new animal. That's thrown kind of a little ranch in my schedule but But you know I was talking with a see facebook. Did you see the picture? Yes eleven but I gotta find him a home i. It's just too many animals but you know today one of the things that we want to talk about with Castro oil. So how this thing? How this came up was checking friend of mine and I said something about. Oh my God. This pain in my shoulder got really bad. And she said you have any Castro oil. You should put Castro oil on it and I said really and she said Yeah and then she went on to explain. So is that what what first of all? What IS CASTOR OIL? Where does it come from and can use it for pain? Yeah so you can you can. Castro mail is just an oil from seed. And it's the the Process just like any other oil olive oil sunflower oil anything like that It's obviously better when it When it's organic so that you're not getting any sort of toxins with it. The actual fee rawal contains component called Rice and that is toxic but through the processing of it. It takes away the toxins city. But it's a lot like the leftovers of that toxic The TOXIC RICE. In or actually. What caused it to be Antibacterial Antifungal and you were just mentioning anti-inflammatory. So they use. It can be used topically as an anti inflammatory It can be used internally To for benefits. Of course if you're Doing internal definitely make sure that it's a clean one. 'cause they're I bought them over the years and some of them are a little. You know you wonder about of make sure you stick with a quality brand brand new truck. Here's it here's a here's the crazy thing I ordered on Amazon. I got the organic wine. Is that heck seen free or something like that. I've got it down. Yams I actually should have brought it up up. There's nations we're talking about it but Inside of it very. Interestingly enough it had like a Mascara Wand in it. So is it. Is it help hair grow or something I I haven't had. It really is one of those things like I have in my cabinet. Because you'll just be there you know. Some sort of thing will come up and it's like. Oh castor oil convict that so it's used for all kinds of stuff. I bet it has a Mascara wand in there because it's really good at re growing Hair so like A lot of women use it for their eyebrows. You know how sometimes your eyebrows stress. Yeah whatever IT CAUSES THEM TO FALL OUT. Here is really thin. Yeah you can use it on your eyebrows eyelashes even to make them grow longer. You know I haven't done it myself but it is. I have Made my. My daughter went through this phase. Where she I have really long hair and she wanted to have really long hair with me so She went through this phase where we did hair masks all the time more of just a thing than anything else that I you know I researched it for her. And Castor. Oil was one of the ingredients. The hair mask that we made for her and But you know it. It obviously has some issues like that. That are you know more cosmetic but it has some real it has been real tried and true health benefits to it as well so I you know if you have you have asked me or rose. Atia or Arash. You know a rash caused by multiple things you know insect bites plan or even something like a an internal candida or something like that. I can really help topically because of its multifaceted approach so it's not only that humectant so what it does it trap your own body's. Moisture. It doesn't allow your own body's moisture which is obviously the best moisture for your body. Is the stuff you make yourself. It keeps Underneath the top layer skin while at the same time adding on its own moisture and moisture. It has like I mentioned antibacterial antifungal effect so it's like a it's like a threefold approach so and then because of all these things in my opinion that makes it also informatory so it's not necessarily just magically anti-inflammatory anti-inflammatory because sort of like We were talking about the it puts out the other fires that your body is working on and know. The human body is amazing amazingly capable of healing itself when it's not overrun. Yeah and it says it promotes wound healing too. I mean yeah I remember like seeing. I don't even know where maybe my mother my grandmother or something things something about. Oh the castor oil you know and you always think of like old people when you when you even hear the word all right the old people. Because they're so accidents Take it's a pretty aggressive laxative. I think of it as I detail from pregnancy it's also way to induce labor because it causes such kind of kind of intense Bowel contractions wow yeah for to ending labor. And you can use that. You could. Just take a spoonful of it. Although it's it's it's You gotta be a little break out suggest swallowing quickly Wow it works really well. Yeah I mean it's bad around assist. Thousands of years in an ancient Egypt casserole was burned his fuel lamps too. So I mean this is pretty crazy. It'd be some sick you know if you haven't used one that you've got you've once you realize how thick it is. I mean it's it's almost. It's almost like him. You know it's really really thick so I can see how it'd be used for a light because it's not gonNA burn up very quickly. There's a lot to it. Wow sound like just think things like that you know I. I always say that two things secure everything or apple cider vinegar and castor oil and I say it kind of Snark I don't really believe that. But they definitely are two things that I like to try you know and Even on Henry's room once at once it still up a little bit more. I'm going to put castor oil on it. I wouldn't put it on an open wound but I would honest stabbed over wound to make Well really it'll really keep infection. Al And allowed the trap Faceted his own bodies moisture to heal that wound. And you know make the skin rip grow back even though his he wants. He wants an ugly scar. Yeah you're you're you're the one that told me about the native olive oil to and I have such an amazing story. I wish I had before and after of the time I was a weekend. Forget who they were playing. We were there for a football game and But that night I was doing dishes and a glass bowl of broke my hand and cut basically the tip of my left pinkie off Yeah I needed really needed to go to the hospital but you know how I feel about hospital. So I'm like I got this and I'm like oh it's not that bad and it clearly needed like three inches. And so I the first thing I did with Boris Shadow Tequila and and And you know sanitize it that way and then we wrap it up and then I got home and I guess it was Monday. You were studio and I showed it to you and you said you need to go get some always needed olive oil so Lexi was kind enough. We left right there for the studio. We drove to someplace in Arlington to get. I think you're dancing at the time Yeah sells it in a little jar and I put that stuff on there and I do not everyone out there listening then next day like literally the next day. My wound was a nearly Well like I say seventy five percent better and it quickly was you know nothing but a band-aid after like day three from the amazing it is amazing. It's amazing ozone is what's going to promote like regenerate cell growth and keep the bacteria and stuff out and then when once the wounded. His field is close to an extent. Then you then you could switch over to something like a castor oil and the castor oil would then lessen the scar you know if that makes sense it promote it promotes the skin healing. Not NECESSARILY I. I WANNA say it. Promotes wound healing? 'cause I I don't think it would be a good thing to put on an open wound that it would promote castor oil castor oil. Okay yeah all right. Then we could just talk forever. I'm just starting to get warmed up now to we only lasts. Let's all healer. Yeah Yeah my starting to kick in all right. Well we'll be back and we're GonNa talk about chanting Autumn Conley. Everybody stay tuned. You're listening to one life. Radio came learning. You wait sixty five. We made a language for us too. Don't end to describe every time you cover me address. You friend and we got some things to do. Welcome back through one life. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and Autumn Connolly We're GONNA be talking about chanting autumn. And she's a wonderful woman. One of my dear friends. She lives in the key islands of Arizona with her three Kiddos and animal babies. She's the creator of and bills healing a company dedicated to restoring microbiome house. Your Diet and she is also a self taught being shot a serial Gardner and a avid believer and teacher of the healing powers of meditation. You can contact her at meditate with automatic gmail.com. Okay so chanting you know Before we chat a little bit. Can you give us a brief history of what chanting where it started autumn? I'm going to think it was a very long time ago. Yeah yeah sure I would say ancient and it's essentially It essentially the the brief history of chanting. Is You know the word mantra mantras are basically found healing cool so the majority of ancient or traditional chanting come from Ancient languages such as Sanskrit and the language where It's a vibrational language. So it's really more found that invoke a particular feeling rather than okay that can convey specific meaning so you know in in Sanskrit the word quote unquote for love. It has Many different words for love because obviously a different love for your love of nature or the love of your child or the Love Your partner or your love of yourself so what is is you know the feeling when you think. Your children in Sanskrit It it tries to the vibration that actually invokes that same feeling that same heart space that same head cease and on and on so. It's a really interesting tool when you're wanting to change things in your life because It creates transformation because like you know like attracts like so if you're wanting to transform yourself into Having more bliss having more abundant you need to vibrate at a at a frequency. That's more abundant. It's more blissful that makes sense. Yeah yeah so okay so I've got a couple of questions but I also want us we we we. We're working with just a few minutes to but I wanNA throw in a chant right now we could just like a short one And Shanta about You know being blissful are are and or love or can you mix them up. Can you make it like a a dual standard? Well Yeah you certainly can i. I like I like to stick to the traditional ones although I do play around with them on my own that though the one that I really thought was pertinent today as one it's a it's a pretty classic Tibetan chant. But it's been It's in Sanskrit and okay hold. It's called Own Money came in Hong and it essentially is It's essentially Invoking compassion at the time. I love that. Invoking is one that Is the one that sounds from He's a little bit of new age language here. It stems from finding the jewel in the Lotus. So you know the lotus flower as a flower hours they throws out of the muck in the Meyer. You know all the yuckiness swamps or whatever and they grow this beautiful flower so it's a guest in analogy for you know go through these difficult times in life and out of out of these difficult times grow grows this beauty but then even in that beauty. What's sad is what's at the center of the Lotus and you know being able to find compassion for not just other people but for yourself when you're in the middle of these you know these undesirable from the outset so some stances is paramount to Know creating self love so Eilat. Yeah Yeah so Okay so so you. This is the chance that we're GONNA right now. 'cause I don't WANNA run out of time because I want to ask you. You know what are some of the benefits of chanting before we go off the air? So it just. Is it a chance that you're about to about a minute long? Yeah I can make a minute long. It's pretty it's pretty short. And then it's just repetition. Everyone goes yes it the more it allows your online base to kind of clear. I'll just give A. I'll just give a short one minute version of it and maybe even a little longer. Yeah maybe even a little less than a minute just to give a little taste of it because I am afraid. The clock is going. We're going to be playing. Beat the clock here so go ahead no problem so everybody. Just close your eyes and take a deeper Ninety Parents Oh oh my Anne there you go. How'd you Dan Man? You got the tremendous voice. You really do okay so we go up there. So what are some of the some of the benefits daily chanting and benefits? Daily chanting are essentially the same of any meditation. What you're doing is you're transforming your inner space into finding Signed make may there be less clutter in your mind so a lot of a lot of our problem comes from a lot of self referential seeking dot back and forth and what this does is it allows us still missing your mind and allows you to connect with yourself and with your gods stores and essentially just be able to step back from all this humanness that we are immersed in by you know the five will and you need to step back from it every now and all right. Well I'M GONNA call you tonight so everyone thank you so much autumn everyone. I hope you enjoyed listening. I do you get one body. You got one at you. Get one life today and two mode.

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"Yeah i know you're so excited because i'm more excited. It's the setia awesome podcast and we're all back as ever the trio few changes here and there it's county. Hello how oh i you know. I mean as you all know rather than powder. We now have nikki. Yes i came out this summer as transgender. You guys know that some listeners might not know that yet anymore. You want to know about that only twitter account at mickey vandini hem but in terms of the this area awesome podcast still very much the same analysis before i hope own just terrifies over because this is a big point people bought up. I still owe you a steak dinner. Yes okay. Can we just clarify involved in this thing to there are you taking commute is fine law. See i think something forgotten last season. I think abs- not gonna thank me for this but gap actually technically made to that's low season. He made the appeal and take a lot more chat but he also bet the. We're going to sign someone in january right yeah. I think maybe there's a steak for each of us in somewhere. I don't think thanks that was fun but anyway we'll small t._v._d. Syria is upon us. We're in this weird situation -tuation now where the not that weird but because it happens every year but the league kicks off this weekend but the transfer window still open. There's a lot of uncertainty certain teak so this is a preview as much of as an update as well and yeah precisely and to be honest. I think it started lead last year. It was the eighteenth of august was the first yeah <hes> i remember because it was my best jane. I remember getting to the fuss match of the season and this time around i just feel like what just a little bit late into it and i'm besting with with excitement and no one's getting on the road then we start with you there. Obviously it seems like the place assad. Isn't it best humidity well for the last eight years. Remain means now we you know we have oversea renaldo in that site <hes> debate that they've been trying to get rid of him for the longest time possible possibly could still be on his way to p._s. G at one stage talking about the attack now so that's you since you bring up. I think i mean one of the big things obviously monitor saudis in their plays a very different type of football to me. The big unanswered question. I know you watch them. In preseason is sorry adopted to cristiano or is he trying to make these china dopp to saudi. I what what's interesting is the way that he's talked about. Rinaldo <hes> played though the way he's paid is because he hasn't paid and everything he didn't pay in villa. Villa rosa was that he didn't play against <hes>. What was it in that and is it hong kong shanghai k-league career where they showed up half an hour late. I guess i'm really terrible with these <hes> exactly precisely that he didn't play vibe. We'll we'll we'll get the vibe is is rinaldo plus ten so so where all the at the service of rinaldo you do everything to make sure rinaldo schools goals renaldo won't adapt to my tactics. We all adapt to what renowned once he wants full freedom. He doesn't want tactical discipline from him. He just wants him to feel free and capable of moving around wherever he feels best so wrapping that being the case then you're signing a manager who's known for his tactics and for his dog minding your asking him to go and be a total pragmatists artists when it comes to christianity no. I don't know it's a little bit like hassle. It's kind of the role that has on pleaded chelsea. It's a case of you know sort of you. Do what you wanna do. The rest of us will just you. You're the genius of the team you go and as you see fit i i think it seems like a very i mean i think genuinely this is. The most going into the company is gonna be a great title race between napping events but i think this is one of the most intriguing from day one title racist that we've had in city after longtime precisely because i have no idea what to expect from this team on the side. I still have no idea often watching some of these families mean. They haven't been good in preseason. We should say that <hes>. I haven't been back dan. I think i always tend to that because every yes nonsense happens in preseason and then the season starts and a lot of teams look exactly as they did the season before so don't overeat into it but <hes> yeah i. I don't believe that saudi has a clear handle on this team yet which fair enough like new manager of <hes> important new players coming in there of course <hes> from delinked to robbie oats who ramsey like it's a lot of change <hes> but throw in the fact that and this is unfortunate but he's <hes> mnuchin said. He's spent the last couple of days not well. He's gotten the ammonia and it's being hospital hasn't been able to it training like this is like not confident then place for you to be starting the season my opinion but i'm just trying to work my way through the team and we love what you said so with the attack obviously those on one flank on the other one assuming it's douglas this caused unless he starts spitting on people again forbidden <hes> and you're okay there moisture can has left <hes>. It's great because you have three center four three forward. One of them unfortunately is he. Guanosine who i'm assuming you don't want their and other one is bhalla who presumably they don't what they can strike are due to the nearly tried to settle the the they tried to sell to to to manchester united in supposed a lukaku everyone south united when they could help me out okay. You're lake county. What what i hear genius but she is and everything you're thinking. I'm not mentioned the fact that of course in brazil. They linked them to name our last night. Ah i i don't even know what to think anymore. I would have laughed along with you guys because it's just it's ridiculous. Only somebody clips us and after he signs for you people go and laugh at us because we lost the name possibility so i'm keeping an open covering what i'm doing some c._y._a. Here but worries me is i'm not i'm not from my understanding i do. The thing is too much of a fairytale. This is this is. Actually you know what nikki said it perfectly just before we started and we were talking talking about this. It was like it's a little bit like my does gone and the kids have enough to play and this season the market's off so well you know it's like the wonderful capture of the studio but now it's like okay. Let's get <hes> rob yo. Let's get ramsey. These guys a free it was amazing and then all of a send it all of us on descended into chaos. Let's bring in danita. Who's the wall. You know who's been rubbished pretty much for two seasons seattle for you. <hes> let's <hes> let's have maduka jr and eguaveon and then one caddy see who make who's a penalty box player and i'm not sure would fit in with with ronaldo's play. Let's try to get rid of the creative force that we have sometimes linking indiana. I'm not tap hitting his head but is he is. He just not competent anymore without him because he was saudi said last week when he said we we have to. This is the other wonderful and i thought this is. I really struggle for me. I think he loves it finally realized to believe a youth and try to promote youth. You've went to january obviously a huge amount of <hes> of academy players although maybe not as many as they should but they don't get a shot and so as a result you saw though from saudi last week where he's like well we can only register twenty two players for the champions aid because the only homegrown guy is is being saw. You and i don't blame people for not knowing who he is. The basically the security guard there. He's not a real football. He's going to be played and he's got the merits of having come through the ranks but now they're in a situation where they have have to sell or do the thing that we all ridiculed inter for last year when they abso- mario in europe this is bad. How are you going to golden palm. This like this is why i tell you i think is to set into chaos. I think they had high hopes of being able to get rid of manzu pitch. I think that they thought that you might be tempted by an offer except he's standing his ground and thinking to himself. I don't want to go anywhere else. I had a terrible season last year. The last time i played both zukas wayne leanne as we know makes an absolute meant. He's the second highest paid player at you. Vent this round around nine million euros a year net which works out as close to three hundred grand a year in gross pounds more than that but beyond that man whose contract was winding down. They gave him a new deal. I i know why things get some basic things like oh. We did it to preservers value value zero. Nobody can sign him. He makes too much money. It's also like i know that we're talking about the attack because it is an interesting thing because allah was supposed to be a financial sacrifice. You don't necessarily want to lose the abandoned but it was thought that he could bring in so much money that it could cover having an inflated wage bill but you look at midfield autism. Rachana is blessed me tweeted time qadeer whose contract was renewed not that long ago there's <hes> ramsey and rob yo and ten as well because everyone is here but he's off but it doesn't sound like he thinks ten. Please now midfield when you look at the benton call piano too many and even you look at the ice. Rubini needs to go as well yes well. They charge shift into awesome arsenal <hes> happily. It's an awesome. I realized that i think it's like it's genuinely fascinating because i think that taken in isolation particularly till i mean is in my opinion. One of the most extraordinary deals we've seen city in a long long time teenage player when they signed tim who has got a worldwide reputation and you'll beating you spoke to that hasn't happened for italian team in a while but everything else is just like chaos great plays coming in. He looked at robbie re like stuck for ramsay here before but this is it's it's ridiculous. Point out on the deal is great but everything is only as great as numbers. Let's wait until you published accounts. Let's see i got for that because obviously the same thing with the free transfers was ravioli or ramsey or or sean back in the day or the puck back then or even even puggle yeah when he came back appointment i e we have intermediaries who makes so much money and they steer players was was menas client. Barcelona had an offer and then we're leaving ends up but you which is which is fine. I think if i asked me when i thought i would have said no. I think you're better off going to you're going partial owner. <hes> but how good the deal is depends on me but i also think as sorry just as i'm so sorry to interrupt you but just as quick thing if it had been sort of illegally in charge you feel like he can meet this wrestling room happy but saturday especially as someone who likes to work with sort of a favorite eleven and and and get them to work on his tactics. How is he going to manage the situation right now and i guess the question that my father's natural for this. I think everyone here is basically said. Okay some good stuff the event but it's a bit of a mess bike who is the team that can challenge them because i think everyone's talking about intern. We're gonna talk about because there's a lot to say but i think that this his if it plays to any place any reading yeah well. I'm with you one thing with all your negatively about you. Are you disappointed suppose. I still if you're still your choice. I haven't made my favorite can manage the depths properly if saudi can manage that and properly then. Obviously you think you look down. Johnson has everything right now. Predictions wise because there's people clever people out there who liked to go and none of school agree not getting predictions until after transfer window closes this is because that could really change everything you brought up napalese so do you think it contains everything you read anything. That's going to be mrs wolf for example now. Not only with lozano becomes a very different proposition dusted right. This is what's interesting. You're saying right so you were talking there about hake wayne and man soup kitchen the fact they haven't gone that was his big presumed domino all summer in italy where everyone was talking about these strikes and who's going way right and there was this idea that the ideal my unlock the cardio my unlock the check on all these things we're supposed to be used as well now jekyll and we'll get i throw my legs but jacqueline's resigned that are all taken that one off the table the big teams that was supposed to be buying some of these players to stop things moving. You manchester united's you taught them to have the money to do it. They they don't market anymore because the english windows close so now we have this weird like i think the next two weeks a lot could change or nothing could change because yes it cut the inter- and officially like basically just just not part of the plan and it's all it can happen pretty. Let's imagine they get everything they want to do that. Begging to be the ones that whenever i would take napoli to to be the best challenge again i'm not addiction yet but i think not believe actually would be better off without cardi interesting <hes> as long as they signed chucky but i have absolutely i mean obviously as you mentioned the defense's stronger. If i'm in res will get even better this year actually did mentioned before but i guess cost us mina last about about in my opinion by punishment here i mean certainly the partnership has everything <hes> the goalkeeper's going to get better because he's very good already and i think what the thing is. We're getting kind of these. I think napoli that only these are approaching. This is like okay. We'll take him but only on our terms because i think right now you look at what music can can contribute. If you look at the fact that auto calms you get more americans through the middle. We're covered. We don't we don't need we. We only have to believe that he's out. He's an upgrade upgrade over over milic. Maybe two years ago was but he hasn't played much. That's not believe attitude right now. They're only gonna do this on their terms and they're certainly not desperate and i think it's the right attitude to have painted themselves into this little corner so let me give you because if if i was now pretty right now that is genuinely the missing link between them and piss possible drove is is the kathy. I know that sounds like it's such a ridiculous thing to say. Considering during the team has been suspended over the years and chuck yosano is a beautiful reinforcement and and and play it bring in if they want to win stuff but i do think that all all in all now pretty have been a team that creates so many opportunities we've even seen that in preseason is just creation of creation and no final outfit. That's worthy of the side they don't score enough goals militias grade and he has his moments of magic and especially from free-kicks. He can do something special but he misses too many chances as well and i think i think that there are i do think they can play pretend knicks to a like a number a strong number nine. I think he can walk with ecology as well or you can have yeah yeah i could. That's kind of what he does and he plays for eleven dark skinned potent. He's sort of the guy next to him and helps him and creates for him and i think that if you have a cardiac front lozano on one side you know let's say in senior on and other side fabio roy is behind. What a beautiful beautiful the two fold team. I think that suggests that the reason that they create so many chances is in part because they don't have the kind of the center forward. You know there's a give and take i think they have the right balance right now in terms of chance creation precisely because of the movement of whoever plays upfront whether it's mediocre mehrtens. I wouldn't be so comfortable that they might school more. How many how many times did you see them against awesome european and it was chance after chance and nothing at the hand and you just think to yourself milk is really good for it. Don't get me wrong but there needs to be a better finish. We talked about season. I agree with you on that i do. I think the like medic medic is a is. It sounds like he's a great forward but he's a great finish. I like that <hes>. I think that the other thing with the <hes> i guess it's a way way of hooking interference this conversation as well because of course lew caucus guys coming to your place in forty kathy does and what lukaku extensively in the numbers suggest doesn't do scores in the becames cames like a copy is scored last five seasons twenty seven times against top six teams. I think the caucus five in those things really have struggled to wrap my head around because i don't see logically about this idea of people who score in big games and people who don't understand about i'm gonna say <hes> information shopping for someone who gets into the analytics is baseball much more. They'll probably correct me and tell me i've got this all wrong but this pan but at the <hes> notice how she doesn't deny the idea that there are clutch players sort of for a while they disproving in baseball because when you looked at enough data overtime <hes> that was <hes> there wasn't enough difference and then what they actually go after awhile was festival like if you're looking at too much data how all clutch situations because they're kind of over and over again the whole point of big game they didn't come up that often and i think the the general finding after wall was actually they're not big game plays in their place you get veteran veteran became statistically there are players who get worse in big games and i think the real find was actually some people just moderate than up and play the same way always and some people blackie do over think overstressed. We'll saying became pay not going with you. That's that's that makes more sense. When put let's talk about the good with the release from my perspective because tarrant that's point during that so all right good in i don't want to go there. I don't like this way too much. Money makes no sense to me so let's move on but in midfield they signed by incense and so they actually have players who can pass and trap the bone receive it in but they have a guy who's got who's got balls without being in insane like myself with the bras yes oh. I think think i'm i'm scared of now. I don't know how much of a cold the thing is. I have no idea about lazarus. Risen from the dead on the on on the flank and the strikers are still a problem to me. Whatever understand about the lukaku deal is he knew he wanted him. You knew he was. Why did it take so long to get the deal. Done wants to do it on his chums. Pay the full asking price well eventually because he was. I do think that like came in like event is coming in with almost like something that so disturbed into. They were like we're gonna do this. Lives depend depend on me now and then we're gonna declare was the plan. Obviously you mentioned jekyll before right. So can you explain this because i'm just jacob. Older player makes a ton of money would have made a ton of money that were they gonna sign jekyll glucose backup or are. They going to play them together because the narrative have quickly changed right we had some people were sort of justifying. No lukaku was actually this be no. He's beg is a frontal player and it'll be devastating the two giants upfront and then the minute they lose out on <hes> gieco and go pursue alexis sanchez rather different player all of a sudden. It's owner no that was the plan on a long because gieco gieco lukaku backup and now they're gonna go for your day which is tell us for the pinnochio my my what i feel and that is that they want to play them together because they know that show is the kind of guy that links play that so much as the forward and lukaku can then be the guy who just doesn't have to worry about anything else and just just finished right so if that's the case how do you go from gieco to alexis sanchez leaving aside all the bad karma of the fact that you're bringing united strikeforce from a horrendous united season but how do you to discount all of a sudden just changes plans and be like oh yeah. Let's get this guy and this is when you're not signed and yet contain when he was even does he also fabulous and and not the time for new kaku he awesome. I'm for alexis sanchez. He awesome for the culture. <hes> you can see that he has a real life potanin <hes> it just because that is such a fascinating idea that we've missed a chapter in history that was the feel even though he he had these specific ideas and the time it took a lot to try to get him to perhaps give up on certain dreams you know anita was really disappointed with the alexis interesting thing you really thought that he would be ideal for him at the time and i feel like he's carried that with him now and he's been determined to get lukaku and scientists and he feels like he'll find a way of making a bug. I don't know how because i don't know whether he's just looked at manchester. United boring attack lost john paul yeah. I'd love that for me. I do something with its one incited like five years ago. Like surely i see this is what's tough right because you keep hearing stories. I've heard stories like this to. I've i've heard the same story from the same people all that the idea was gonna cochran jekyll up front and that's why this thing leads me nonplus and his i is he the kind of guy who says well. I wanted this type of striker. I get him okay. I'll get this other striker why like even though he's totally wholly different i just don't i don't understand that it's not clear thinking. I don't have a problem with alexis sensors deal if the numbers are right and right now we have no idea obviously. I think it's a good deal. We're talking a loan deal. One year i think is a couple of million in loan fee parents in half wages what they're able to negotiate down to free. That's even better. I think it's a horrendous deal for united but it's a horizon but it is so one year rental. It's more the short termism inter but that's okay <hes>. Let's play him might given how he played for. Chile in the summer might just surprise you might might not but that costs gal yeah. Oh this is like that cost you take care offering basically wages but no fee due to have a ten nations playoff. You can see like half of the play. He wasn't danisco barcelona awesome. Oh even maybe not boston. There's no. There's no good reason that he i should suddenly have become meeting yeah. I i think it comes down to the age old thing about how we think of cost and how how we think of money right so who assumes wages are people have said as high as half a million pounds a week but if we use four hundred k. a week as as a benchmark right back of the envelope oh calculation that's around ten million parents around eleven million euros <hes> the the half of it right so it's causing you around eleven million in euros for one year rental way then you have no idea if he's going to stay or not although if he does well presuming convincing in the modern marketing well giving you do not agree benchmark for the million heroes i mean the way i think the way to think about it is what could you buy with <hes> with that amount of money right so if you were to buy say a thirty million euro stryker and pay him four million euros a year and it was a guy in his early twenties for example and give them a five year deal that will cost you lasted alexis sanchez now those talking to happen you gotta find that ah guy that's the point they passage <hes> <hes> which i know for you that's devastating wanna play he wants <hes> and according to kante or at least it wasn't the he said he wasn't necessarily for saks didn't didn't want to do is him even though he wasn't ideal for the way i wanted but i don't know why then he seemingly upset when he went so. I don't know whether that's a role of i need to have another player but conti is the kind of person who likes to play as well. He likes it super fascinating secret. Take me because this story about him. In two thousand fourteen event like because the caucus gave you what he said like i joined and the next day contact quit like how attached at that particular signing like this is someone who really genuinely and we'll see plays out. I know i was making the big game before before. I actually quite likely because i think he'll do well. I think goals i think he scored goals consistently <hes> even though we treat him like he has an in the premier league. He just hasn't always delivered in the games that he wanted to <hes> i. I'm fascinated talk. <hes> just a little bit about what you guys i think will be the final outcome on cardi because he called you like amongst other things this summer amongst all madness on this amongst inter saying categorically more than once very very publicly. You are not wanted here and carry somehow still coming back. Actually you know kid hair. <hes> there was even point where there was a letter sent to the into h._q. By represents coty saying so if he's still here next season he's going to pause regular training isn't he has not received an official reply because of course if into didn't let him be part of. They're training them. We get wanting to their mopping case. You know that sort of astle yeah <hes> so if he is not sold in the next two weeks he has to be attorney otherwise they're gonna lose my shirt number two number seven so i think i i think it's more than fifty fifty that <hes> he stays at any time and if he stays at into i think until you a colin goes and says i'm a pragmatist bygones be whether sanchez is is they are not like. You said he likes his options. I think he's going to integrate and back in the fold. I'll tell you one thing i mean. I'm very worried about. I think they could do serious damage. Actually i'm more worried about them than i am not putting me worried because even if he does go to napoli them i'll be more worried but at this moment in time i'm worried about into shit however i am glad that they didn't get it and i'm glad that hosted romo because right now. I know that not that many people are excited about rome. Uh i'm super excited about room and i'm also really apprehensive about everything because i think that phone seconds tactics and for the way that he wants the games to be played and the wide triangulation nations you need a plan like jayco you need this guy that helps the ford line in every way possible and no matter all the theories that fluted at the time from iguazu to potentially even academy india's a swap deal the white player for fonseca front is jacko and the fact that he realized how much they wanted him and he and he decided to stay is a wonderful thing to me to try to be clear. We you may have noticed. We talked about the teams that we thought might be able to win the screw that up front row. Is this transition into the chasing bat or since you're so excited about fonseca. Do you make four but you don't have them compete for the title for me. It's like the guy the teams that will be trying to push that full spot and i think roma is for me ahead of the pack and i do mean excited about. I love the way that he communicates with his team right. Now i think the players really with him and that's important because they're young side so they need a coach who believes in them and who's winning two. I love also that transfer dealings. I know people are a bit worried because they obviously sold defense is very poor and that's where i'm apprehensive because with his type of tactics and he likes that high line and they need pace at back in. I'm not sure obviously fazio that terrible people to have at the back there. I do think though <hes> mentioned is a great by i think dior is wonderful by as well <hes> oversee paolo pez and as a goalkeeper for them would should be exciting to watch exactly what a wonderful into full of patches as well and i think when you consider jacko and all zanu who's going to have another year onto his wing i i'm i'm leaning. I really do think that the guy who can perhaps get the best out of the past story as well from their peers. I'm excited about room. I think that it could either what could really well or it could be completely pollick but i'm i'm quite positive about them. I i i share your excitement about fonseca. I think he's a it's like he's a manager who i'm interested in. I mean i'm not saying that. I'm necessarily confident that he'll be great but i just he's. He's a manager who i think think i am intrigued. Secret shop for those who don't know no follow ukrainian football as close as the three of us. You guys wanna give the little outline little vignettes ah what to expect from him in terms of playing style highline <hes> hard-driving quick transitions out of defence into attack. <hes> you know that's a good sign. That's cassini's it could signing as well. You're gonna defend who is <hes> you know. I think he's more about the physical game moods the new pep as an owner. Ooh i think actually use chris to cope in many ways <hes> i. I think that it's an exciting. I think what we miss with fonseca is that if you wanna leave the tactic societal though he's obviously very famous for his antics in its attacking brand of football i think as a coach he's that kind of guy that really understands how to to thrive on on in creating a harmonious dressing. He really takes his time to talk to every single player he communicates strategies so everyone's on board and for roma <hes> which is such difficult atmosphere. We know that and right now off. The dossier is gone in everyone's complaining about management. I feel like maybe he's the guy who can get the players to just focus focus on nothing else other than the curious about that you say that he talked interesting. Because obviously i chuck tar. He had a whole goggle of brazilian plants which can speak portuguese which gives but yeah did. He actually learn ukrainian in three years. I mean it's every guy i've heard people say this about his wonderful people skills. I mean you're gonna have less of an issue because i'm sure he's going to pick up time very quickly. I've interviewed him as english is is actually very good as well but i was curious about that because because i read that too about him about they you know dealing with like what i mean right. If you learn i believe is mrs. <hes> <hes> is ukrainian or russian so maybe he'll going to freely very quickly. That's the case. That's the other question. I guess like again like i'm gonna i'm. I'm an enthusiastic intrigue because of how checked up played really that's that's my basis for feeling like that and and it's true that a checked he had exactly got put a dislike posse of brazilian as sort of the <hes> you know the oath to the positive cesco and that's culturally built of having like a corporate team players there was a certain amount of you know quick transitions to those guys and then trust them to do great great things and doodo mahathir guy wouldn't do great things when we talk a lot about san yordano season but he he's not quite in the same mould as some of those guys. He's not quite a play pressing with jason. Go all right <hes>. I don't know but then you have like a on the wings that i think that can be accept. The person game could be i. I wonder whether hilary damp slightly to me line of course our tendencies quite extraordinary. I think izzy z. This comes out speaks very openly pages <hes> in in big thing you hardly spoke last year but he's sort of talks talks about the future where they're going and you know they're they still have financial fair play issue and they were going to look for players value and whatever else and <hes> stained from the uraba interesting on your lyrics and all that sort of bought into it and then i noticed noticed that people's paolo maldini propellant leaving basically become goes in charge of the technical area and he brings with him zvonimir mirror ball biden is from the deputy secretary general of fief of course super smart guy neither one has i think any kind of experiencewise as well as a director of football sports director guy so then they need to bring another dude in frederick messiah all of a sudden this whole innovative trail trail with analytics in value. I mean it kind of like what they're doing but i'm not sure about it because you have all these old school people in charge. You're you know you're pursuing. Caress still decided rafael allow welcome to mend this world. Duarte sounds sounds like somebody that harder which frankly i been astor's different. I think that'll ted's love vanessa great but are you wondered i mean it's not just the analytics heads i mean he was the player of the tournament. The africa cup of nations guys like you have a really good actually that employees all of last year themed redican eats. It was one of the most fun teams to watch in. Italy has sacked loads of goals in part because his what's interesting to me is how he's gonna get used by giampaolo powder because <hes> again cup of nations where he played so well he was basically out like he's going eastbound me up and down <hes> books to bulks whereas the certainly the the projections this team have him as the central piece have him in a <hes> immoral at least at roland look. He's <hes> he's definitely a able enough players. Play there but i know it's that thing where you get the most out of him but let's give a round up. I mean obviously i. I'm sure on this millennials right now but obviously they now with marco giampaolo. They wanted to have a more progressive and fluid and beautiful style of play. Which is something gab that you talks about a lost cause. You just want to attack him. Okay hey attacking or too. Many people that beautiful but i i see what you mean and this has got to his overly the right guy for a meal and side. That's always been known for glamour. <hes> i know but see now they've gone from arkham paulo and they've had to make a few sacrifices when it came to selling crony many that was a sacrifice because he's grown beloved loved. There is a potential behalf to sacrifice dunno ruma <hes> if it is about you know making the accountants right but does anyone here actually think that this team stronger the one that was last year all that jam powders the right mandate this team because i'll tell you something. I'm very worried for them right. Now i think in preseason they've been nothing short of sean. This is a guy who needs plenty of time to get his planes to understand his tactics jam powder that everyone keeps talking about with all his attacking play who had the top score in sampdoria last season with quality availa still only finished above bologna. That's let's mentioned on. I don't know whether this is the right guy to cope with the balance of mine on and i'm he's just the utah compound on. I think the team on paper is better okay so i'm just helpful little team right so they signed duarte from flamengo who is actually kind of an experienced defender even though he's <hes> <hes> i may have other defenders to come back so that theo hernandez is a head case that is that is definitely a massive gamble. Phenomenal one is good food but the character issue so you hope that they have a plan b at left back with. It sounds like they've given up on calling for example. They supposed to ricky rodriguez right so you're okay yeah. I get those sports and i don't think this is this is going to be but two thirds of their midfield field three is in police relegated him police midfield. I'll be are included. <hes> i'm okay with 'em police called. I think four goals estimate on so. I don't think the milan coming this missed position of like oh. We had the best central midfield like this midfield that needed we waited. I liked the weakest part of the team. Several times i think off season still have cassie right yeah and they still have big air and captain giant what they have there especially especially you know. Those teams just mentioned especially. They're they have players. Who can give you some background. What they were lacking was created players from him. He did have a crater team. Okay to wrap this. All we know you're negative on giampaolo your more positive but the key question is will appear on deck score twenty goals this year. I am a betting it again. I i'm betting yes true. That's that's either awards. Have you seen him in preseason three seasons. The guy looks terrible. It is and hopefully he can get back into shape but who else is in this group of teams so far. I think we probably if you wanna talk about causing they'd be actually the season auburn down. They finish that and i like the move they've made. It's nothing like huge or dramatic but <hes> i think lewis marietta's someone different what they had so great is another option front who they lost mancini and that's to me. That's sort of it's good as he is. He's a good player but feels like it comes right off that to defend is that you can always seem to find a replacement for the fact that they haven't lost anyone. I think it's about the fact that you opening champions league and you haven't reinforced heavily last year. They played the game so i think they'll struggle in the champion stakes but that's a good point. Let's forget the also added nine all ski from from gang coup who will lead up to midfield great replacement for gomez if if you decide to put him in that role and train him the way that he's trained for nothing. You know pepper. Gomez is just one of my favorite players. It's it's just how it is and i can't wait to see him in the champions even if they struggle i mean it's going to be hard. They're going to continue to be the hipster team but i can also see finally spitting playing i. I'm worried about them because as i do think they needed more reinforcements because i think the champions league is is a bit of a headache and i do think that sometimes it's fewer games than europe it is but it's better opposition and you you can just keep overwhelming time for the expectations for anthony translates to go out in the group stage qualified even better than you pay extra two games he's like how can you pay the games yeah okay. You're saying basically the same game last year the year opening so i don't think they didn't rotate crazy thing about it is doing what i've been told because i because i looked at the i i know them. A little bennett said well. You know you guys you claim to have the best youth academy and and yet it's a bunch of foreign players retreads and masiello whatever and they said well we had two or three really really follow years but the guys as we're coming through now why seventeen eighteen nineteen does guys are as good as the golden generation with don't athens out in those guys so i don't know. I don't know whether to believe him <hes> but i'll tell you what if an anti finished in the top four it's an indictment against the other teams should be yeah exactly trust lots you trust. Let's talk about lotto briefly just because she absolutely does it year after year by khokar by truck on much they've not done much. This summer. Sausage is any good. Why is he still there. Hey john lewis bachelor's wonderful to <hes>. I think that is excellent that got zadie <hes>. That's wonderful yeah. It was excellent kasama season say it again. Luxury cabin is right. Thank you <hes> well pronunciation guru. I think he <hes> you know i think he was one of the best assist purpose assists providers from the wing of the season. I think that's something that they could benefit. It gives them something that perhaps they lost a little bit. Flip anderson left <hes> yeah. I think he's a good signing but we still believe in immobilizing. I think he won't be race is is what he's been for several seasons. He's he's. He's never going to be <hes> the number nine. The italy need thinking it'd be the number nine eight. Hundred hundred zak zaky knows how to get what he needs from top scorer <hes> also so more of the same nothing special likings renew chain. I wonder they're gonna get some little magic from their newfound association with with mendez in the last day of the which of course is your dial and before and <hes> and <hes> pity nato go and join the wolves for enormous amounts of money after their whole likes three hundred minutes appearances between them interesting <hes> due fiorentina belong in this exalted group but we should so talk about him because it's yet another american owner in <hes> or north american owners is it's my way of including amand joey pseudo. Who's obviously canadian but you know you've got. You've got him. You've got the <hes> when broadly other overseas owner right you have a situation in italy where you've got into meat on roma fiorentina and always overseas owners <hes> more broadly is this a good thing is a neutral thing does it does does nationally not matter as long as the owners are good. I it's it's unusual thing. As far as i'm concerned. I think they're all good <hes> good owners from different countries. I don't see why why would matter into one. I like into management. I i but obviously we have. We can see that's the way it doesn't really matter where they're from as long as they committed to the ideals and and trying to do something special it does matter because i think they bring <hes> they bring different diversity of ideas and i think the reality is a lot of all right. Put it differently from the last good really good. Sort of owner and city are of a biggish team. I think a lot of the good ones have been outsiders. They donate these obviously a total outsider writing though he's italian. I think what we're seeing here. Is there's different situations but a lot of these guys are outsiders in camellias case. It's an interesting one because he made <hes> he made a ton of what is born in italy in calabria emigrated to the u._s. When he was very young and you're not going to columbia brilliant guy fuller to made a ton of money in in banking and telecoms a big fan 'cause obviously is from columbia <hes> but he was he wasn't gonna buy you tried to invest in different clubs. Most notably kneeland eland when the snake oil salesman was writing out of town <hes> and then ended up with with fiorentina and so far he's said the right things great very well greeted very well. They'd had enough of della but it's interesting approach. He's taking there. He's not made too many changes someone else though there after the pretty lacklustre six months days and you know this is where you know you said about the diversity investi of ideas and that's what you think for donors bring but at the end it's always in the hands of play of of usually of italians the very well yeah. I think that's a mistake. I mean i i i think in this day and age we leave so globalized <hes> that management should also be diva's but at least four known is of just got an italian guys is to run it like intern and night either. I mean now into roma with dini. I mean they tried with manti. I guess you know bono but i mean as well have the the remember before. When you had your tore you are different people in the bolingbrook and whatever i mean it's a difficult balance to strike. It's not like one is one is correct. You're the one drawn by. I'm really curious. She will come use a dozen. My my sense is for six months. We've seen this rebury bulletin will possibly reburied that's exciting and he's fighting but the big news already is he's. He's hanging onto the rico case rather than selling l'empire much much. I mean i'm sorry to go back to even smoke forty. Where are you put when you call everyone. What are you doing with him. Do you need the lama. I mean come on him and you can pick as middle. Lama must be right costa. According to saudi is the guy so. Let's see what happens there. We'll see who's the striker fiorentina like really. You're still there. I mean i would assume if i mean i think they're gonna do some sort of last ditch wind goal for for for somebody in that's difficult about them at this stage but i think having a stable owners committed right now that's already stepped forward youngest team right last year and now they've brought in well hopefully they'll bring in robbery and they have voting which makes them the oldest team now but a poll bunch of middle things and we don't want to gloss over the little so let's but there's a lot of wonderful stories why he's not little he's super mario. He's in benicia <hes> so we've definitely moved away from the chasing pack now. This is exciting so just offer a little bit of background. He obviously spent time in france at niece and marseille. He was on a bosnian mario royal being mario being me no okay but i want this much in salary. I think people could have driven a stronger bargain form but no free transfer. He goes home. Take a newly promoted briefly. I think there's a complicated structure where he gets more money. If they stay up whatever else <hes> he could have gone to flamengo mango which i think would have been awesome humanity super mario gabby gulf front to for flamengo awesome too much money. I think i mean he. His people say that it was also because if he goes to flamengo he goes off the radar. Show this chance he really wants to be part of the euro twenty twenty. We wish him well unlike by the way they've caught an. I'm tony romo friend who scored sacco's indeed a third brother not he's not fat but one of those like real like he's citing different size and style but luca toni type stories of someone who just sort of popped up at twenty eight years old scoring lots of goals it could be a fun attack again a bunch in what they can do and city i but the underpin pat on the team that making a special relaunching nainggolan nine gone by the way the nice word going out and saying we don't want anymore. Take them away <hes> but he's back there. They got nathan nand as well can titled taste and they've got <hes> but they had a little bit aetna. They've got penny who had the who was obviously and and now he is ubiquitous on back at cagliari before team. Maybe early what last year he was thirty eight million pound midfielder filter and now he is he's playing for her keen to build from what he built lost the answer. Just keep going forward forward and see what they can do but i'm more worried about spell spouse the team. That's really worrying me because they were for me. I love mpg. I love that human all season. I thought it was so entertaining paining. I thought they were they were so beautifully organized in midfield from lingerie and hamad farris and now farris it has an a._c._l. Injury and he's how many months obviously i said he is a lap zeo so what's going to happen to this team now and they have obviously defense disco son. Who are you worried about them. Just fascinated shown picked up at all transfers the catches in the middle of the summer like oh wait. Wait my accent and suddenly now he's yeah i think bigger like let's get an eye ex-midfielder. We can't afford vanderbeek well. That would probably be just about. He's very good in the pits pretzels price wheelhouse like january or an old team. They obviously very bad loss. He's nice pick up <hes> yeah i i think they could do really well. This season and whereas i think general was put a sort of one foot forward. I'm a little bit of what a bit worried about danica even though they have visibility francesco i i think that it was a mistake to sell <hes> andreessen the center back to leon. They've obviously sold dennis pratt as well to lester. That's just a bit michael bringing in <hes> a team that i'm not worried for and i think could turn if you had just because i'm i'm on team to data is saas while i thought they reloaded pretty nicely after losing <hes> demidov being back who primarily walks through what does he i do well. You know he's a tiny little passer. Midfield was what saint see was and data caputo who caught hero veteran goal score. They we needed just probably what they needed and <hes>. You know obviously roller gone but you know they. They're retrenching. I think chipset spoiler so i'm interested to see watch yeah. I think the one other team. I think we haven't mentioned probably that mentioned enough in general there something you wanted team to fans. Let's get on me when we tell them to. Tony you know haven't done much some of them but that's probably a good thing. I think they <hes> their team that pushed itself automobile last season and kept everything together together but he seems to be in good form in preseason so interesting european. Come out with wars which i'm sure people. We keep your own yeah. I think they could do something special. I think you know th they're never going to be the most interesting side because it has met saudi. Let's be but i do think that <hes> if as long as they've got that unity and if they can get the goals that below taken school we never know what's going to happen with them relegation on as well but it's just play. They like all the top teams never ten games. I think we can hold off on medication predictions until the end of transfer. Their first game of the season is what fatima you vent is this e._s._p._n. Plus i believe one of the other j._v. new school there you go. That's it's a great way to see us out. Thank you for joining us on this heady awesome podcast gene and next week when they'll actually analyze the games that will be watching over the weekend then. We'll hope you'll join us. Thank you for gab thinking nikki and of course thank you from me. See you then.

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LADS#134 - Ronaldo's Champions League and Liverpool outdo the Germans

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

56:33 min | 1 year ago

LADS#134 - Ronaldo's Champions League and Liverpool outdo the Germans

"Hey, guys, that'd be Friday. Little bit leave posing as pursued ran in some coordinating issue. Linda, we're posing in now. So sorry about that. We're going to do or Champions League recap Rinaldo doing things messy also doing things we also have Liverpool beating the shit out of a boring German Byron team, and yeah, man said he also be in the shed out of shock another Bundesliga. Fuck you doing all right before we started this episode, please enjoy this ad and the show the first weekend of the college hoops tournament is the greatest betting event of the year. Whether you like filling out a bracket picking a national champion, predicting first round upsets or all the above. My bookie is the perfect home for your March. Mayhem fund will the top pick of the draft lead one of college. He was blue bloods to cut down. The nets can a sixteen seed repeat the magic of last year and who will put on this year's glass slipper. 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I was doing the mostly soccer podcast with those guys. Go check them out. And then Martin had ago drivers mom, pick her up down and Asheville North Carolina. So we policy is for the delay. But we are here to talk some Champions League Martin is on Skype as well. So if it sounds a little funkier if we cut out a little bit, we apologize. But we're we want to get this show out for you. And this is why we're here so Martin how the hell are you? Good brother, bumbling record last night, obviously for podcast reasons. But we're back. We're here. It's friday. It's the weekend. And I'm so excited. Let's fucking get after it. All right. Let's get that bread. That's what I hear. They say say I heard a kid said, I'm once or twice once or a few. Yes. But before we get into Liverpool beating up a boring Byron man city, literally just like taking out there, Dicks and like slapping shock on the face. I don't even know how to explain these a big fat dump on them, essentially Biggles stinking pile of dung. But even before we begin Marin like the boondocks league is on the hot seat. Right. We can say that like after Tottenham city and now Liverpool. It was a Premier League smackdown on the Bundesliga, which is just gives more ammo to say like every all these boons legal lovers. Keep trying to tell me how like no, we're a lot better than you think. You're not all you. You're not giving me a reason to think that let me tell you all I'm saying is I might have to put the French league a little bit higher than the moon is bigger right now because look at C Renos they. They won a game. You know, fired do that Dortmund. Really that she's awkard and do that PS g won a game. And you know. I think I'm gonna say the French league is more competitive than the Bundesliga on our Hake. Hot taste well before we get into that Martin. I did want to say something about someone we posted on our Facebook. There was a picture circulating of Luis Suarez kicking. His wife's not kicking your ass. No, not actually hitting her not biting her. Okay. He made her sit in the back seat because he's writing a messy. So that's I mean, if you're riding with your boy, and it's Lino messy. I mean, would you do the same thing to be fair? I would do that. Even if I wasn't running with the greatest soccer player of all time. I I'll do that. If I was riding with you. And I had a wife. I'd be like, look, I love you dearly. But you need to get in the back because Kevin I we need to talk from soccer, and we need to yell at each other. So get that move. It's the boys in a car onus with my boys. It's the boys Iowa, and we need to hang out. So that was crazy. Does tell Martin earlier I posted that and like somehow I think it went viral in like Africa. We just got like fifty like new followers on Facebook. And like that thing has over reach of like, I think it's like fifteen thousand now that's that's like really good for us. So again, you're fan the show make sure to check out our social media. We really appreciate that. So Martin I don't even know where to begin with the champions. The I have no notes. This is the Friday. I didn't shave going to work I feel a little loose. So where do you wanna start, bud? Let's start with. Let's start off with the the other goat. I'd say that was the craziest game. So let's start off there with Rinaldo eventers versus athleti because that game whole the shit. Kevin. Oh my God. Let me just preface give the people some context verse leg was played in a stadium that I can't pronounce because they changed their stadium. They played it in Madrid. Spain Athletico beats Rinaldo Juventus two zero. The return leg is set interin and. Faulk? I just I think I saw a actual human masturbate all all over Athletico Madrid. And that human is Rinaldo scored a hattrick pull that event aside back from two zero down to advance onto the quarterfinals and Kev. I gotta say this without any question. I don't think many people can question me at this point. We're not as the king. The prince the Queen the Princess the sun, the moon everything. Champions League he owns that competition through and through. Yeah. I mean, you could have a great argument that he does I think there's a lot of people talking about comparing Ronaldo's and Messier's game. I think Ronaldo's like messy at the two goals and two assists Renato had the hat trick, which then tied messy for most hat tricks in the Champions League with eight, but I would say his hat trick was more important than Messier's to goals and two assists because of the stakes of coming back from two down, and the fact that messy like to choose this great, but they already they already one was a five one or something. Yeah. Yeah. So I think it's Renato, dude. And he was already texting before the game league saying like, oh, yeah. We're gonna win this no problem like dick oen of such confidence. And honestly, I let it go Madrid stunk. Like, I know it's like their thing. Martin to like sit back. And like take on pressure. But when you're going up against you vent, this at home, you gotta do a little bit more. Don't you think? Martin like I feel like you need to do a little bit more attacking like grease minute. Murata were totally like ghosts the whole game. And I think do just like fuck do something like you can't just keep giving up possession because you vent. Is there? They want this. You know? And it's it's incredible. It's the first time you've has ever done this in their history to come back like this. And it's just you know, Renou does the difference. We're notice the difference and Grysman after the game. He said that every every time I come close to winning a title trophy. Something Rinaldo comes in and steals it from me. And I think that is the most accurate fucking comparison of Rinaldo versus athletic on the dread. He has only scored more goals against one other club in the history of his career. He scored twenty two goals against Athletico. Madrid is scored twenty seven goals against I. It's villarreal. I think so playing in the Champions League and playing against that led to Madrid. Is Cristiano Ronaldo's perfect storm? That's what he lives for. That's what he fantasizes about when he fucking jerks it because he destroys every single time. And I I want to just rattle off some of the records that Rinaldo holds in the in the Champions League. Oh, jesus. All right. Go ahead. Go ahead. Good jesus. I said he's the king of the Champions League. I'm gonna back that shit up with evidence dog he has the most goals in the Champions League has obviously tied. The most Patrick's in the Champions League. He has the most goals in the finals of Champions League. The quarterfinals of Champions League group stages of Champions League has the most penalties of champions leaks. His been to the most finals of Champions League. This guy is a fucking machine. And I really I think we can. Make a entirely separate argument about the goats status. I I don't think that'll ever be resolved. But I think it's pretty goddamn clear that Rinaldo it don't matter. What team he's on? Whether it's Manchester. Nodded Real Madrid? Or event is is gonna come up big. When the moment matters most. And he's done it for years and years, and I don't wanna take any credit away from the event as team as a whole because Francesco God it. Fucking Francesco the strike partner of Rinaldo. He plays left wing. It starts with a B. It's not Belotti plays return. Anyway, the other Ford on on you've Venter's who supplied Rinaldo with that school. Is it cross should get a ton of credit to that event is team as a whole came back Logan for fight looking to be athletic Madrid in advance and team effort, obviously. But fuck me up Rinaldo is is out of this world. Yeah. I just you know, every time we try as the media or the media in general tries the doubt Rinaldo just just don't like just just don't it's like the whole like, you know, Tom Brady thing. Everyone wants his like him to end which I never understood that either. Like, dude like you're witnessing greatness. Why would you want this to end? So I don't know why I thought you meant as was dead in the water. But I, you know, I was proven dead role again by this, man. Yeah. Yeah. If you're like, okay, relax, if you're in Atletico Madrid fan, you gotta fuck in hate this guy's guts like to no end you like wing of the next day and being like Rinaldo, again, even if you leaves like Spain, he's still the terror in the night to s club and the Igwe Simione. I mean, the got these gotta do something, man. I mean, he's got that much firepower up front with grease and Murata like when you have like, they're not a Burnley. You know, what I mean, they don't have to sit back and take pressure. They have talented wing in tacking players. They can't go up against these teams that think they can just come out of like a sneaky like one nil or like like, no no draw. They gotta go out and try and get that shit, man. So again, Renaldo absolutely absolutely incredible incredible performance. But in I will move to the. Game of the same day. Let's talk about man's city. Just absolutely obliterating of Bolivia rating. Shocker. I mean was a seven nil. Are you kidding me? That's just what you do against like fuck in like a Bristol City. You know to be fair shocker is essentially Bristol City if you if you look at the England team grams, geographically all the all the times. I mean, I'm not gonna take away anything from the seven zero drubbing that city did. But I I don't think it's all that it is cracked up to be. I mean, they beat the piss out of the seventeenth place in the seventeenth place team in the Bundesliga. So I I don't think this is indicative of how far city can go in the tournament because they have yet to play a true team so to speak, but this just shows the level that city. He is currently at and I mean, we're lucky enough to see it in the Premier League every weekend. But for them to just beat the piss disrespectfully beat the piss out of the opposition seven zero. It just reminds me of the mean, stop stop. He's already dead like city could have just did. Yeah. Yeah. Sitting could have just gone three and put out all the reserves. But nah, they went for the kill. And then after the kill they win for another kill, and you know, what that's that city mentality that impresses the piss out me pep. Never takes his foot off the gas. If they can win they're gonna win and win as good or great as they can you. I feel like city just thinks every team is like a zombie. It's like, you know, we should just shoot him again. Just in case. Yeah. In case, they get back up like, even if I double tap in the head like zombie land. It's now I should shoot him like ten more times just to be serving more for city. Yeah. I shot. Shocker seven times guys. I agree. Just murder. I got that new resin evil to game. And you gotta fuck and do that game where it's just like. All right. Like, I'm gonna shoot this guy. Ten more times in the head because he might get up and eat me. But I'm looking at this like literally like everyone scored like a girl with the brace, LeRoy sonnet, Raheem, sterling Bernardo Silva. Phil foted Phil Phil got a goal even. And then he got Gabriel Jesus with the cherry on top. I mean, this is just insanity. So again boondocks league on the hot seat. We're about we're gonna get to the Liverpool game. But the odds which we're going to get to the the draw as well. Martin which I think will save for the end. But right now city has the best odds going forward, would you would you agree with that after this game? Or do you think like, no, okay? Do you think has the best odds right now, you've Entous or Barcelona? I. I do not think city is. This isn't a criticism. But I just don't think city is currently able to win the win or reach a finals of the Champions League. Watch that come by back to bite my ass, and may, but I think that was like a criticism. It's Don criticism because I think they are the best team in in the pram. I think they're one of the best teams in the world. But I just don't think they are ready to get into the Champions League fun on what I mean by that is when they go up, obviously, not their next match. They're probably gonna win their next match. But when when they go up in the semi-final, it's most likely going to be Venice or Byron or Liverpool paired up against them. And I think that match for whatever reason we saw last year when they played Real Madrid. We saw a couple years before when they reached the quarterfinals they reach a point. And then it they just can't get over that hump. And I think that's what's going to happen again this year. But I think it's going to end up benefiting city because they're going to be able to focus all their attention on the league. So I think it's a catch twenty two. But I do not think city is gonna make the quarter or the finals. I think they'll make it to the semi-finals in lose over two legs, especially if they draw Borsa or you Ventas and even Liverpool, man. Like, I think Liverpool can beat them in a Champions League over two legs in the English Premier League. I think it's a different story. Yeah. Let me just check the bracket again to see. 'cause I think city would go they're paying event this. Yeah. So, and I think you've I think city matches up really really well with you Ventas Marin, honestly, I think overall, I think they could overwhelm that midfield. I mean, so what I let it go Madrid did. So I think if they were kinda like, and they the thing about pep is the same as like easier to do what Daego semi own wouldn't do. He would he will not take his foot off the gas. So that's I mean the thing with that. And if I mean, let's be on the city's going to win against Tottenham, and you've enters is gonna win against Ajax. That's basically what both the buzzer thinking. Right. I just think you vent Ventas has too strong of a tactical system and defense for city to be. Able to crack them. And I think event is his used to this competition used to making it to the finals losing. And now they have that final added touch that they need to make it to the finals and win which is Rinaldo. So I I just think that matchup will be fan fucking tastic game. I think it'll be close game. But at the end of the day, I just think. Cities just not at that level mentally yet. And I wanna make it clear that city has had a pretty fucking damn easy run so far in the Champions League. So they have yet to be truly truly tested by the elite of Europe. Like Liverpool has like event is has like Ajax Manchester United like every other team in the tournament with exception of Porto, but we're assuming they're gonna lose to. So just think go no, I'm just saying like fucking, I know we're going to get to the match ups and give our predictions of each one at the end of the show, but marred April is fucking height. We got quarterfinal matches. We got game of thrones. See the finale, we've got a vendor's endgame. I mean, April if I if I die after April, and like, you know, could be wouldn't be like the craziest thing, you know, thought vendors was done. Didn't they all die in the last one? Whoa. A year or something I seen that movie. The fact that I've seen it means that people have actually fucking Martin. Martin. We gotta gotta get them back. They're going to go away to get fairly dog. I'd you can't bring people back. Let the dead die Martin. I mean, have you watched game of thrones? This is just full circle. People come back to life. Also spoiler. Also, all right. Or unpopular opinion? Kevin I I did finally watch the latest avengers movie. What is it with famous? What's that one called Thanos? Sorry. Yeah. That one I saw that one. I waited for knows the entire time. I thought his idea was pretty darn good. I mean like kill everybody. I'm yeah. You'll have to people do half are just like, whoa. If it's truly equal. I'm just like. Yeah. Fucking out risk it to get the biscuit, a fifty fifty shot if I Don happy if I'm a lot of them have you where it's like Dwight shrew and the office. He's like we need a new plague. It was just like, dude. Like, I got you the plague and it was just fucking sick. Like, all right. All right now, we're getting into marvel territory. Let's let's move on to should. We do Liverpool buyer. I think we should go there. I think should go Liverpool. Byron that's Neander on over to. Eunuch. I would actually love that. Let's get some nice fancy beers. Oh, wassot flow. Segue. What are you? What? Are you drinking, bud? Nothing. You're driving. Oh, I cannot drink right now. The highly illegal. I was actually I was just trying to set you up. I'm actually just drinking LaCroix. So fuck you as Cran raspberry still. All right. Well, moving on. Let's move the mutiny in a light stadium. We martin. Do we talk about like how fuck and hyped? We were for this matchup between Liverpool and Byron in how it was just a total fucking dud. Disappointing on both legs at Anfield at and alliens arena. Like what the fuck? This was an my opinion. The most exciting matchup outside of event is at let go and and Borsa not PSU United it completely failed to deliver. But big virgin dyke delivered hard. I I'm I team saying best defender in the world. I don't give a fuck out. Give me hate. I tell me who the better one is. And I'll be like no Laney had been Nucci. Those are my only two Juno 'cause they're defensive stalwarts. Nope. I'm taking Virgil. That's that's literally my only two and that's fuck in high praise coming from a easily the best in the pram. I I did see something that crack me. The fuck up Rio Ferdinand was being interviewed. D- by thing. I can't remember who is being interviewed by it was on Sky Sports, and he was talking about virgin dyke. And he you're saying virgin. I am good. Good. Good. Good. They were talking about Van Dyke. And and they were talking about how how brilliant he's been over the past season. And how untouchable he is in Fernan things. He's one of the best in the world. I think everyone with a half a brain thinks he's one of the best in the world. And real was saying sometimes, you you as a defender, find yourself in a form where you believe nobody can touch me. Nobody can get past me. And that's literally then dykes mindset right now. I mean, the the man is absolutely destroying everybody. And he in the entirety of the season this campaign Champions League Premier League FA Cup etcetera. Not a single person has dribbled past Van Dyke. That's just an insane stat. That's so I'm yeah. I'm like grossed out. That's yeah. It's it's horrifying. So basically real was saying he has that mindset where he does he thinks he. Knows. He's the best in the world. He knows nobody can get past him that Khalid Koby that fucking ice in your veins mentality. And then the reporter as Rio a follow up. He was just like did you ever feel that way? Real when you were playing and Ferdinand said, yeah. For about ten years in cracked me fuck difficult, Rio fucking guy, man. Like, even though like he was played for United like he's just one of those dudes are like fuck. Yeah. Like Rio just such like a good like solid, dude. You know character for sure. My big takeaway about this game though. Martin is really like I talked about this on the mostly soccer's a podcast as well. It just felt like Byron were really lackadaisical like he just didn't care at all like HAMAs Rodriguez was a completely ghost. And I remember he went to he got substituted during the game, and he was all pissed off. And it was like I was thinking to the manager. Like, I didn't blame the manager at all. You haven't done shit the whole game. He was very ozo- ask which is now that's going to be my go-to for an attacking midfielder who does nothing during the game which sorry, but. Dallas key not. I mean, it just seemed like they had ran out of options. And they just didn't like it just seemed to board. I don't know what it was. It just seemed like they didn't care or decided to show up like the manager didn't get hyped up for this. Matt and Liverpool didn't even play that. Well, saudi-omani who's on fire Marin saudi-omani these past couple months has been the best player on Liverpool. Like better, you agree with me? Yeah. He is out of this world as of recent. He is he's better up Salah. I think he's been like their best player by far. And he could be the main reason they win this primarily in or Champions League. If they go on and do it. You know, what I mean saudi-omani just been like and he's like African player of the year having crucial crucial goals in this game. The header at the end and the seal the deal and the like. Around flick-pass Noyer and north again, we talked about this too on the other show lawyer just looks super nervy the whole time to like he didn't trust is front. Four like coming out a goal and kicking the ball when he could have picked it up like there's some interest. Whereas I know you're like, Honey, what are you do in like we need to talk like what's up? Can we agree? That for the past year and a half. You cannot consider him the best goalkeeper in the world. I pushed back against that. Now Marin after this game. I think it solidified it for me because I know he's so me, and you go no I'll just say in his defense. He was coming off a bad injury. I believe in the I think he's still nervy. But with that injury. I think that's pushed him back. And I think we can agree that he's not the best goalkeeper in the world. Which is fine. He still top five. That's that's. I would expert. Really? Yep. So lawyer and and the bar Munich team has a whole truly disappointed me. And I think this is a long time coming for that by Munich team. I mean, they're getting old. They're getting real old end. It's that same group of players that have been around each other since pep took over that team. You've got Robin who's aging you got rebury who's aging you've got homeless. You've got Boateng. You got Noyer. You've got fucking lemon get you've got HAMAs Rodriguez. You've got this aging squad. Even though I know home is young. But let's let's be honest. Not pulling his weight on that team. I think this entire squad that is by Munich is no longer the fear German beasts that they used to be the team has reached the end of their era. And I think no one more especially than Noar because look I think twenty from twenty twenty eleven to twenty. Seventeen. I think he was undoubtedly the best goalkeeper in the world but ever since midway through last season when he was injured and then the World Cup. And then this the entirety of this season when he's played he has not been anywhere close to his best. And to the point where. Yeah, I am absolutely pushing him outside of the top five current goalkeepers. Not in terms of legacy. But the top five what have you done for me? Lately. Goalkeepers is not included in that list. And I think it's a shame were literally watching this this super team die right in front of our eyes. And like you said Liverpool. They weren't that. Great. But they were able to beat them soundly, I mean, they finished. Thing like they finished in. Sometimes like like who throw the stats out the window. You know, like stabbing them fucking matter. Like, they think about that city game. A couple was it last week against or miss. Twenty-seven shots guys puts talk about sex good sex. Remember the days when you were always ready to go. Now, you can increase your performance and get the extra confidence in bed. Listen up blue dot com. That's blue the color, blue blue dot com. Brings you the first Shuba with the same FDA approved active ingredients as Viagra inside. So you know, they work you can take them anytime day or night even on a full stomach and since they're Chewable they work up the twice as fast as a pill. So you can be ready. 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Well, you know, you just gotta throw he's got throw it out the window. The fuck stats bunker darts. It's about result. Yeah. It's actually they got the result. So also this whole narrative that Liverpool should have crashed out the focus focus on the Premier League. Marin. I think to you in, sir. Alastair Alex would be cringing at the thought of that. Like serology? Like what I well. He's like Scottish, right? I don't know. I don't have a good Scottish accent. But he added parental don't. Don't. Phil Jones room. Hey, he'd be like, dude. Yeah. Play for win everything play for everything, you know. Win that should started. Dude. I that's a super reason phenomenon where pundits and commentators are all quote, unquote, suggesting that teams drop out to focus on another competition. And I am I'm fucking appalled by that ship because most of the commentators are ex players who have won won trophies. Now. Bowl is league. Yeah. Doubles triple triples. Yeah. So it it really fucking. I hate using this word, but it really fucking offends made that triggered. I it for logging trigger. Sorry. That was my does impression of being triggered. That was good. That was good. I hate that word. I fucking hate that word. You can't be figured you're not a gun onto oh. No, I I can't even fucking. Remember what I was talking about? You can't triggered punditry punditry is triggering me. But yeah, I'm fucking triggered that all these ex stores football stores for very amazing and historically great teams who've won many accolades and trophies are just like focused on this competition. Nah, bitch win as many things as you can. And I know the players, and I know the coaches probably haven't thought of thought about that or even considered it because they want to win win win win win win. But it's just dumbest shit hear people suggesting that Livermore city drop out to focus on other domestic or European success. Fuck you try and get that double like Klopp. Is you could just tell he got asked again about it. Like, hey, do you think about playing a lesser squads? So you can focus on the Premier League in dude is getting fucking pissed. Do he brought up? He brought up United for some reason in the response to that question. He started talking shit about United. Twenty thirteen when we lost to mention city on the final day. Well, it confused that was that's odd. That's very odd your again, and I don't I don't I don't I don't approve don't you fucking shit about, sir. Alex or the worst day of my life. That's like up there. It's like that day being born for you that was horrible that was the bad day. So I I don't like that narrative at all the kudos to Liverpool big big win and Byron like, I don't get it though, like buying her like crushing it now in the Bundestag, and they're gonna beat Dortmund. I'm just calling. Yeah. Yeah. We've. Now, we've kind of been saying for a while like, yeah, this is the time door was gonna fuck up. And they are maybe if they started Christian pulisic like they should in. You know, she he get subs on he gets a goal and assist. It's like the kids. Good or something. But you know, just the Premier League's long dick of the law coming around here. Shown who's boss? I mean, Martin biggest thing we say from this week is just the Premier Li back like, we're we're we're back is fuck this is the first time since two thousand eight they have four Premier League teams in the quarterfinals. And I saw a tweet saying like, yeah. The only reason it took so long as because arsenal kept getting getting fourth place. And I was like fair. Stakes fucking. That that hurts deep. There's only been two other occasions in the history of of the Champions League wherefore English Premier League teams have made it to the quarters, and you already said one two thousand seven two thousand eight squad as well as nineteen ninety eight nine ninety nine and manches nut obviously are matched up with Barcelona. The only other times that mentioned knotted in Barcelona have been matched up was nineteen ninety eight ninety nine oh, seven eight twenty ten twenty eleven twenty thirteen twenty fourteen and obviously United won the ninety eight ninety nine one the two thousand seven two thousand eight one Barcelona won the twenty ten and twenty thirteen one. So the football gods are making a lot of things make sense here. Because the last time all of these things happen, Manchester United won the Champions League. And I'm not saying we're going to win the Champions League. But I'm saying we might win. The Champions League. All right. Just relax. We'll get to our prediction soon. So I mean, that's my that is not my prediction. I am a smarter man than that. But I'm not a small, man. But I know what love is. Janai let's move to the final game. I almost said messy versus Leon, but essentially Barcelona virtually on the Camp Nou five one spanking messy with two goals, two assists, which I was seeing people say, I think it was like SAM's army saying like like who wouldn't bet on messy the day after a Nado got a hattrick in the Champions League. And I was like fair that makes sense. He looks at it is like a counterpart and goes like this motherfucker tiny for most hat tricks. Why gotta go out there and get a double. What would you call that two goals to assist? A double brace brace brace brace. You got a brace brace brace face. Oh, fucking burn. But again, it's just messy magic all over the field. PK even got a goal, which I keep forgetting that. He's like so kinda okay. Sergio Rama's are on this dour like conjecture Jek -tory. That's a word together in like our energies, collide and just retire together. I think it's going to be beautiful. Two Spanish brothers. But messy again going through the entire team pretty much putting people on ice skates. Like, it's unbelievable. Just watching these two players or not a messy. And it was just another amazing outing for the Argentine. Yeah. And we essentially called this in our last podcast when we were talking about the return leg to Camp Nou between Leon and Barcelona and just as expected Barcelona drubbed them. I I knew that once they got to Camp Nou and realize they cannot win they on. They were just gonna turn it up another level messy, especially as he always does. And that's exactly what pan Dell and you can never never never never underestimate Barcelona. And I feel like I am always guilty of it because I've hated my heart, and I hate messy, and I ate bars. Lona for not a lot of good reasons. But I always forget until I watched them play how fucking special not not just. Z, but the entire team bores zone is awesome, dude. Dem Bailey was on a tear Jesus Christ. I now got a tear. Hey, he's weeks of man. I would've loved the matchup between him and young. And just you would terrorize Phil Jones. It's mauling. I'm just saying like that's off this more than he could. I'm alright we already saw what what a youngster with speed can do to Manchester United's defense, and it's a lot a young French winger. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm counting. My lucky stars that the other young French young winger is hurt again. And don't have to worry about facing him in the Champions League. So that's huge plus huge ups huge ups for that. It was just good because Cotino, you know, there's always been questions about him and his how he fits into the team. And sometimes he doesn't star. He he'd nagged himself a goal as well. So again, like I picked Barcelona to win this whole thing. And I have you this in the final as well. But I thought that was all dead in the water when you vent. This went down to let it go Martin. My prediction still stands this. Got one team out already. I'd I Byron Munich and event is in the fun ought still got event is in the final. I've got event is winning it. So I think you are predictions gonna come right? The final matchup. But oh, dude I'm so excited for the final. It's going to be so fucking good. Should we talk about this daydream about it for splits trailed off? Okay. Should we talk about the jaw I'll announce the draw? So we have I x versus you've had this Liverpool versus Porto Tottenham an city, man. United versus Barcelona. So obviously, the big games are going to be taught in a man city Man United Barcelona, but don't count out. I XE don't cannot port. I wouldn't put money on it. But these are two teams who have shown. I mean, we talked about this last time. Martin this whole thing is wide open. Like, there's no true heavy favourite in this. We saw that with comebacks from you Ventas from Manchester. United like, this is just comeback city. You know what? I mean. I XE two. Yeah, man. And the crazy thing is is it is very possible for one of those smaller teams, whether it be I X or or Porto to advance pass their counterparts and get into the quarterfinals or the semi-finals. We saw last year with Roma they be fucking Barcelona. So these types of upsets are not unheard of. And so if I'm Liverpool if I'm event is don't fucking count them out. No that they can. And will punish you given the chance. But I think both Liverpool event are too smart of a team and have been in this position before where where they're gonna take this shit real real serious. So I don't expect any upsets in this this fucking quarterfinals. But I am just so looking forward to the Tottenham city at matchup, and you know, what once again as United fan who normally dreads Boers Lona on looking forward to this. I don't think United's are gonna win. But I'll talk about that in a sec. But I'm looking forward to the matchup. It's gonna be fun fucking quarterfinals. I can't wait. Yeah. No, go ahead. What do you think? I don't wanna go through the game. So it's just because they feel so far away in April. Let's just do our pick. So you're saying no upsets, I'm saying Liverpool wins event us wins city wins. Do I wanna arisen it to get the biscuit? Do I want to say my team what is gonna win need? I mean, I'm like thirty percent. Thirty percent, Manchester. United can win seventy percent Barcelona. Is that fair? I think that's fair. Yeah. I'm gonna say Martin there's going to be at least one upset there has to be. There's always one I'm going to say, which isn't really an upset. I'm gonna say Tottenham I taught. I'm just saying because I feel like Liverpool Porto it's little heavily because I feel like city in Tana feel like the most evenly matched no offense for United Barcelona. But I'm just saying city Tottenham feel like the most evenly matched. I feel like if I'm going to pick an upset I would pick Tottenham arsenal guy this from the arsenal guy. I'm just saying I I would absolutely think that that is the most likely upset to happen. I think Portland, and I acts are are done sitting dead in the water. They aren't going to make a huge comebacker a huge effort against those teams just because of the brilliance. That is Liverpool event is but taught in Manchester City, I think that's gonna be a dogfight. I think that Manchester City might be a bit distracted by the lead league. So I think Tom has a spitting chance to fucking beat them in and that. That would be fucking huge for Tottenham and Positano and Eric Kane and the entire Tottenham team because if they can get to a semi-final of the Champions League, that's huge for them. And they can continue the tradition of not winning a trophy because they will lose in the next round. So I I would love to see them beat and getting our bottle. It losers are big big ups for the bottle crew. We're going to do some fan questions, but we're gonna take a quick break right now. This is the overtime podcast network. All right. We are back. We're going to our Instagram. I Martin first question comes from free Willy's zero eight nine he says, waffles or pancakes. I'm a pancake guy pancakes for life. Yeah. Waffles, it's like, you know, sometimes I feel like it's a little hit or miss and sometimes still like syrup gets like in like the little squares and fills up and like, I don't know. I'm always like chocolate chip pancakes, blueberry pancakes, and I don't really like mixing like dessert with fruit book, pancakes, it feels right pancakes. They are more strawberries bananas put peanut butter on that John. I've done that before which is wild just clog your fucking arteries. It's great. It's fantastic. I'll take fucking pancakes over. Waffles any day of the week. They're more buttery. They're more fluffy. They're just happiness. They remind me of grown up and smelling pancakes bacon. Fuck me up. Oh, like, the the what's it called the Savary -ness of bacon with the sweetness of pancakes. Or fuck. Fuck some eggs on that John to eat. It all together. We'll put that syrup on the edge of lost. Lost fucking go. Okay. Next mushin. Ellison to says is the EP L the best league in the world. No with so many teams still alive in the champions. MOS is the best league in the world. Oh, thank you, Mark. How could I forget? Yeah. It was a very close second. But MOS like I I'll fucking those guys that. Yeah. Right. You're a better count themselves lucky that the Champions League is based in Europe and non nationwide because MLS Houston dynamo. Are you kidding me? They would beat Real Madrid's ass through fucking FC Cincinnati huge name huge club. Great history. All right. All right. All right. But seriously, I it was me. I would do EPO in LA Liga like one a one b and then I would probably have Syria after those two then Bundesliga then league one. But I know Martin has now switched to the bottom. And that's more out of spite than anything, and I would only make one change to that structure. I'll just make a clear distinction between the EP oh and lollygag. I'm sorry. I just think Ideo in terms of competitive competitiveness from the top to the bottom is is a much more competitive league than Lally gays. That's a fair fair statement. I just think like I feel like it's tougher EP. Oba's more technical in LA Liga like the passing and stuff like that. So I'm just talking about pure competitive steroids additive. Yeah. Or it doesn't feel so top heavy. I feel right and like fucking Italian Syria is known for their amazing fucking defending. And so I think in my opinion, they have some of the best defences some of the most quote, unquote, boring games, but just because they huge reliance on big body tackling and share and I love that about Syria. But. I just don't find it as competitive as the primer. I think technically Lolita is probably the best. I think in terms of gap from the best to the worst. The French league is the best I doing that. So I think every league has its own fucking great things about it. But all in all APO lollygag, Syria, Syria. I'm gonna put league above boondocks Lita in my show rankings just because of spite right now. That's that's we've lost listeners. Martin. I I know I'm sorry. I'm sorry to all the Boone. I hope you're happy. I hope I'm not. All right. Let's move on to our Twitter. Follow us at lads underscore podcast. And also gives us a real night. You said in the wild, please. If you're listening if you haven't done that really cool. And if you don't I won't really know. And that's also, okay. But like, but if you did be kind of cool if you did thank you, Matthew, mcconaughey. Next question comes from sky at underscore sky, underscored see he says would you rather have as a top three in Tak neymar Linnet hausky, sterling or money Suarez Mugabe? Ooh. Ooh. Ah take the. Yeah. I think I take be honestly, I lay with Monterrey Suarez MAMBO pay fast attack to that's really fucking fast and just like clinical, but I feel like Lindau skis nights because he's a true number while you're swore is to Belinda ask you so fucking big. Yeah. That's true. That's a tough one. That's a really interesting. I'm Bob a in any fucking question. I'm sorry. I'll let you know that my biases in Bobby right now. But I'll take him, Bob. A over neymar any day of the week. Next question comes from Belan bet at Belan underscore Bennett. He says or you guys go into by US women's national team kit before they settle the lawsuit. Also, what is your take on the wage gap between the two national teams? My. My take is that the women's win trophies in the men's don't. So obviously is should be who really it should be. It's obvious who should really be paid more hashtag sexist capitalist societies. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. There belan. Thank you for amazing question. Appreciate it. I believe you're from Portland, Oregon. You're asking earlier where the show was. And we apologize for the delay. So we are here to answer your question. I really don't know the ins and out of the lawsuit which is funny 'cause we both worked as paralegals. So we don't really we should probably know about this. But we don't I guess there's some dispute about where the money's being allocated to that would be my assumption. Right. Martin does that. Yeah. I I don't I don't actually know. They're demanding the US women's national team is demanding equal pay wages as the US men's national team. And I I don't know if they're suing for back wages or the basis of of their lawsuit. But I do know that's what it's about an and you're right. We should know more more of that accepts up. Stay tuned. The hot topic. We'll put up next everyone wants to know. So what's our take on the two on the wage gap? There was a kind of a discussion afterwards in my thing is I think everything should be equal, and then you should be compensated for winning champions jet. Your whatever championship you win. I feel like that's fair. Yeah, I'm pretty much in the same camp. The only thing an an draws me. I know how dumb. This sounds the only thing in my head is I don't know. I don't know how this money is allocated. I don't know how it's determined. What portion of ticket sales fucking advertisements TV deals all that can be paired with immense. Yeah. I I don't know the details of that. But I, and I don't know the specific numbers of how many fans women's soccer draws compared to men's. But from what I've read in the past. I I do know men's soccer draws more viewers in in average in in their games or televise more. So I think a wage equality is is a fantastic idea. But I think there are so many things behind the scene that needs needs to be addressed. I mean. Look if if the twenty what was it twenty fifteen World Cup in Canada drew x amount of players than I think the men's team should have nothing to do with that money. That was brought in and then same with the US men's national team if they plan turnament that should be their money the US women's national team they play in tournament. They get their prize money. They finish first. They get whatever that prize money is that's an only there. So I think a good comparison between like the WNBA in the NBA. I think would you think. No. I don't I'm sorry. I know that is not like fucking the popular opinion. So to speak in in this day and age, but I don't think you dessert. I don't wanna say deserve because that's not the right word. But I don't think that WNBA players should be paid as much as men, I know it just like based on whatever income they bring in from there. Sorry. No, no. Yeah. I don't want to send you down this crazy road. Starting man. I really heard the quo like shit people aren't gonna like what I think here. No, no. And I were the lease sexist raises people. The world. So like, I think we're definitely here for people getting paid what they should be paid and ES. No, there's no there's no end is buds. And like, I'm already I not by an Carli Lloyd shot at the jersey girl. I'm a jersey girl myself or a Alex mortgage ceiling. I'm so I've been hyping this up for weeks about how fucking excited I am for the US women's national team. Oh, also shout to Ashland, Harris and. What's her name? I forget your name the other player on the US women's national team. They got married. Oh my God. The two women. What's the other woman's name? She leave. You lost me? Here. Have no Ashland Harrah's. Oh my God. Over the she's the goalkeeper for what's it called valley? Sola was the goalkeeper. Oh, Jesus Christ Marin, are you? Are you a decade off? We haven't had. I'm I'm sorry yet a fucking dead. But I watched US women's national soccer during the Olympics. And that's it. As though I I'm behind the fucking curve, and I need to get up ahead of the curve before up more. I know there's more soccer for me to watch five choice. I'm going to be watching the print on. Sorry. I'm bitch. Okay. You are. You're a bitch. But it's fucking true. Orlando pride defender alley Krieger in goalkeeper ashlin, Harris guy engaged so shout to them. They are bad ass power couple of women during international women's month. Because we are a super fem soccer podcast as everyone knows. So get in that like fem feminists. It's short. Yeah. Yeah. Jesus Christ right next. Joe? It's like, you know, you can't fuck and use more complicated. Normal terms around me. I know it's like me try and explain like non binary it's like Martin. I'm seeing somebody who's not binary. He's like now. I'm just that happened. And I was just like. Yup. Okay. All right. I just I want ever. All right. So what that means? But you do all right next. Question comes from cold Hoffman FC. He says here's my question of United PSE, I exit very out you've ever said let it go, which was the most impressive comeback. Do. Oh, I mean, which event is solely because it was a one man job in terms of getting those goals. So I'd say event is or Manchester. None did. But I think also you can't can I XE either. That's true. That's fucking do. The least talented and they're going up against. The three time champions of Europe. So God like gun to my head. I rule gun to my head. I'm picking you is just because of of of the strength of Rinaldo in that showing. And the fact that he was he said a week out that he was going to beat them beat the crap out of them at also I'd have to discredit the United PSE because it is PS and they're weak bodies. Mentally. So it's and physically and physically. Yeah. I was listening to someone say like talking about this. They need some fucking therapy or something. They really need to go. See someone to talk about like, whatever like mental like, yes, they got the fucking hips or something. All right. I think that's been our show. It kind of went crazy on a rollercoaster at the end. But you know, that's just just fucking role. So you guys have a great weekend. We do have some Premier League this weekend. 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Is Pep Guardiola on His Way Out? | Ringer FC

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Is Pep Guardiola on His Way Out? | Ringer FC

"Hey Kelly welcome to the ringer podcast network. As the year comes to a close. Our staff is drained of our favorite sports moments of two thousand nineteen Jason Concepcion. CION explains the year in ten pieces of pop culture and we break down. The last ten years of the Marvel Universe also headed the new star. Wars movie coming out next week. The staff's discussing gene baby. Yoda rises skywalker. Romances and what the resistance will do if they win. You can check this all out on the ringer dot com taking Yoyo. Yo Yo Ho Ho Ho Ho. Welcome to ringer. SCC east coast chief of the Ringer on joined as always by. Hi conon Evans. It's uptown. It's very emotional. Day Emotional Day Mica. Peter Slow we are here today to talk about while I we're GonNa talk about the Champions League. The round of sixteen eighteen is set. The match ups aren't set. That draw is on December sixteenth. Monday but today All the teams now are official for the round on a sixteen no surprises right connor. I mean the only surprise today actually was Atalanta In their first jobs worthless worth highlighting A. Ah Yeah. I watched that game actually. They play checked hard the nets they needed three points to advance. It was no nil until the second half They scored a Var goal. That was upheld. I guess the shades of offside and then I think I have the sequence right desk got a man sent-off and then they score the two more goals and now they're around sixteen after losing their first three matches and actually drawing their fourth so after four matches they had one point and now they're in the round yeah the first team to to overcome to reach the knockout stage after losing their first three group. Stage Games Last year's Kinda hipster team you know really fun to watch the overachieved and in Italy. I think people were kind of pegging them to do something and it's it's a little fitting that they overtook kind of the under the perennial underdog Champions League Darling into nets but otherwise you're right. I mean I think Jonathan Wilson tweeted this but we ended up with basically all sixteen teams from power. Five Leagues Germany France Italy Spain. England so no surprises there really very few stakes coming into the final day aside from the Atlantic game and But but good matchups could possibilities for for the groups for the knockout stages. Yeah well I mean. Also there's like in addition to all of the team the last team being like teams from the power. Five Leagues Things are shaping up to be facsimile of last year's competition because I mean like Rinaldo score again they more in Imbaba air are doing their one two punch thing going into the last sixteen and Liverpool will probably win at all against happened so y'all for English teams Spurs burs Liverpool City and Chelsea all advanced One team that didn't advanced. I xe less your semi-finalists that was kind of surprised to see them have knocked down to the Europe League yet. Couldn't get the result in the final day and that was kind of a that was one of the weirder groups because Chelsea neither of which were incredibly the Were incredibly convincing throughout that. I think you gotta go back to that Chelsea. I xe game in that crazy Chelsea comeback when they're in Amsterdam and they're gonNA look at that as the as the moment when that that group got away from them. But it'll be a shame not to not to see them in there. After last year's from Valencia surprising group winners fingers crossed though that there will be an enter united minded matchup and the this year. Oh Yeah we should mention that Luke Shaw Maybe Mike you can tell Ya okay. So sick. Burn in on the Craig's so there was a bit of a controversy while Rubble who was doing his. I'm just not going to come back to Carrington thing in August And he was he tweet I think it was. He other tweeted out. Put It on put on his instagram story. The sprint numbers from the across the squad and like he was I with something and then like Luke. Shaw was lake second bottom but he was luke show just coming back from injury so so like but nobody cares about the context right. So they're just like yeah luke show you know. BB W look whatever whatever whatever So fast that's Ford A couple of months in September Kaku tweets a picture of himself smiling and doing calisthenics talking about your Ucla. Back in Champions League with enter and then when enter lost and who they lose it was it was sure and they are going to be back in their over league. And Luke Shaw found the tweet from September September. Twenty second he'd been sitting. He's that's his Co. tweeted and goes welcome back was in his dress kind of the moment the group do not live the failure. And where did it bring you back to me. That's the petty beef we need. I think I think if there is another takeaway from You know I was the one inter would be the other one that it was probably the most surprising slash disappointing to not get through considering. How well they're playing in Syria but F- tough grew Barsha Dortmund. Let's just go over all the group group winners in advance to the round sixteen we have group. APS She Real Madrid. No surprises groupie communicant Spurs. Who just finished playing? Did you guys watch the game. I mean it wasn't the seventy two from the I tell you what could have been if Byron Munich really want to put the put their foot on the gas and humiliate them. They probably there was a it was a good fifteen minute. Stretch there in the second half probably could've blown that one open. We can get to that the three one and kind of you're kind of remarking that Alfonso's Council Davies. Our favorite Canadian stood out. I've seen this and I I've seen that he's been playing as a left wing back in that team for the last few games. The results for Byron haven't been great domestically but you watch him there. He is just an astoundingly promising prospect at that position. I mean the there were. Maybe 'cause I I was flipping back and forth between that game and the event is Baron Leverkusen game and the two times that like I switched over to the game. One he makes a lake he marauded up the left side of the pitch in hits it off the off of the the near the near post and it rebounds too Lewandowski for a goal and then the second time he makes like thirty yard recovering run and catches up to some and like topples in Bolzano over. It's like there was he like is raising his hand for offsides or a foul or something. I think it was like in the seventy seventy second minute and within like eggs three steps he covers twenty yards and closing down in the box. I mean he's he's A. He's an incredible physical prospect that you know he was going up against Kyle Walker Peterson leaders. In in that game which was his first came back Spurs for awhile and he was just running past them like he wasn't even there and you kind of wonder and this is a very kind of early days. But but if that's that seems to be perfectly made for the for what that modern fullback looks like at that position. But you wonder if you know. He's not going to be playing that position for Canada. So yeah that's does thinking we've talked about previous episodes. How the wingback now is such a marquee position that it behooves seems to put very athletic and forward? We're thinking players. They're even if defensively they might not be a sound as your traditional fullback or defensive player so that seems to be the case You mentioned Kara Walker Peter's Susan. y'All got a rare starts. He hasn't played that much. How did he looked Anna goal took. It took it pretty well. Took it pretty well. I think you could probably look at this you. You know a couple of ways. If you're if you're Jose Marino one there are a lot of kind of show me what you got starts in their own Kyle Walker Peter's want forthwith starting as a centreback. Her back started midfields I saw a stat. That La- Celso was dribbled past seven times. which was the most of any player in the game or something to that effect and yeah very few of them if any would have kind of met whatever threshold marina was setting out for them? I think there was also probably an element to considering the stakes were you're so negligible. That marinas probably thinking given what happened last time. I'm going to spare some of my senior players the indignity of possibly being humiliated again But it was it was a it was an uninspired kind of lineup in an uninspired performance I mean I think by Munich had almost as many as one hundred ninety six passes. In the attacking Third Tottenham had two hundred in ten total It was There were moments there where you thought that Tiago and continue could've just play the game out just to just between themselves. Yeah Me Spurs came into the game obviously already locked in. The second place didn't need a result and the lineup. They played and probably how they played showed that okay so in Group C city the affirmation Atlanta to advance. UVA let go from. Group D Mike anything to say about the UVA Beyer Leverkusen match Did rinaldo score score Lake right there towards the end and you know just like again vary discount ban the snowman type moment. You know like he always pops up with you know eventually towards the end. 'cause he was wobbling there for Senate there's always raviol- played. Yeah he did this year. I'm not I used to seeing his name in the starting eleven so I mean I don't know I don't watch you. They very frequently but It was a pleasant surprise to see him. But I mean like a more so more over like we were talking about about the Sassy non goal earlier and just there's just kids from two thousand kids born after two thousand and two just showing out this week. There's Ri- like there's rides. Is that in your Jau Felix Rodrigo scoring Christians who fought impact. Yeah always at Fatty said. I'd say fat to Fatty Fatty but it's I I you know he hasn't been in that squad for a little while to one thing on there and the event is came in it was very kind of classic events has one nothing you know. Rinaldo grabs the lake. Oh but there's a moment where a fan event is sure came onto the field and went over to him and it was so it's you realize kind of definite is in European European sports than it would be in the in American sports because if that happened the place would just like you know it would be just such a huge thing and Ronaldo's like so used to probably happen to them a dozen times in his career. He's kind it went over. Shook the guy's hand kinda pointed to the stewards. They came out the guy walked off. It was it was very. There's something very kind of orderly and polite about. Oh it's very orderly light until like the guy was fully the author like he was fully fueled and then Ranaldo looks at like the Pitch Stewart. And he's just kind of like what is wrong with you like yeah. Yeah but to your point connor. I'm just trying to imagine that happening like an NBA game. Somebody sidling up to Russell Westbrook Stephen Smith after that it would just you know we would. Would we would melt the Internet so Good Good Rinaldo for at least having the the patients the practice to deal with those situations I haven't seen Neymar allowed to Mse for that matter okay. Moving on Groupie Liverpool and Napoli Napoli yesterday actually after a four nil win to secure qualification into the knockout got round they summarily sect their manager. Carlo Enchilada who instantly became kind of the hottest available manager. How would you market? How would the A to you feel about him at Arsenal? Just yeah. We're going to get into sackings and managerial movement and a little bit later in the show. But I mean when you guys surprised to see I. I know Napoli's struggling a little bit in the league but it's kind of unusual to fire manager after a four nil win that secures your placement in in the next round of the Champions League I think that I I won't claim to be an expert on all of the troubles that are plaguing Napoli at the moment but they seem to be quite severe It did sound like that. There was a something had to happen and essentially almost kind of positioned himself as the as the fall guy like. Oh you know it's it's it's almost as he was kind of thinking like you know what the game's going to be pretty good ever go after those. I think it was like a egg like I've I've also like going off of you know Andy. Brass articles articles from the Guardian. I haven't really been following the thing closely or whatever but it seems very much like the four zero win to secure. The Champions League place was a lot like coasting into the gas station. Asian like on E.. So yeah like it's just kind of a weird situation where they needed a shakeup of some kind and it was best for everyone although Oh it was again. It is a weird thing to sack your manager after a pivotal for a win in the Champions League yes speaking of teenagers I believe relieve Napoli. Their victory was over Gank and gang cut started teenage keep her and like the the keepers. I play the game. Essentially was a fumbled backpass. That immediately resulted to look for my Gutu so our favorite is this is coming to replace. ENCHILADA sometime may be good sometime. Maybe Shit sometime maybe good. So yeah maybe he kinda you gotTa do it. That was pretty good like I do appreciate Shit. I feel like we've got between the golden generation of England with Lampard Gerard. I mean you know got Wayne Rooney coach and back in the game now in between like some of those old. AC Milan players. I mean you've got you've kind of like my generation of guys that I grew up watching are all kind of now very at various clubs across Europe and I'm kind of enjoying it. Yeah Okay so group F. Barcelona Dortmund nothing to see here. Group G RB LEIPZIG AND LEO. Leo got in kind of skin of their not threat. I I seem to remember seeing or reading something about that They left late I think was Benfica or anyway. I'm sorry I don't remember but Leo got in In second place and then finally grew Valencia and Chelsea. Would you guys make the chips league group stage overall all of we connor and I were talking about it off air but it was a little underwhelming. I mean there were a few memorable matches. I'm thinking of the Liverpool Salzburg. Both of the matches were pretty good. PSG in Madrid Eh. Couple of good matches this Atlanta comeback today or not come back but Atlanta making it. Today was Kinda cool in surprising but otherwise very home I do it. Yeah there weren't any there weren't really that many signature matches this season but then again we're there that many last season I think. Yeah I think this has been a trend really going and we were just talking about going into today's match is the last four. None of them were of any consequence except Athletico. You Know Win Leverkusen. We're fighting for a spot but that was you know not that dramatic. I don't have a creative solution for this because I think everyone you could. You could see it when the when the parents came out. Initially in the distance that such vast disparity between the top two and every group and the bottom two inch pretty much each of these groups that and the trend and all of the kind of the the participant being in the thinking behind. This seems to be going towards becoming more exclusive rather than inclusive so. I don't know how you kind of make these games. Given out the calendar and how long they spread Out and how short it is at the top teams are GonNa make it. It's just I don't I don't have a great answer for that. Yeah I think that's something that European Super League talk is talk about or trying to address. you know kind of comes up that kind of chatter every year. But I guess we'll see like I said the round of Sixteen draw is on December sixteenth. And then the round of sixteen takes place begins in February. So that's when the matches get interesting. We mentioned city advancing earlier today. They won four one over Dinamo Zagreb Gabrielle. J. Zeus with a hat trick that four one victory comes after a loss not just a Darby and city. He has been slipping in the league. Dropping points left and right of course over the weekend was the big one with Manchester United at the CIA. They lost two to one leaving leaving many people wondering after the match and subsequent days whether or not Gordy Ola magic has run out. What say you connor? I think there's two ways that you have to kind approach pep at this point. I think one is through the lens of pep in his career. and his how. He's kind of how he's handled his career and his choices And the other is just through the squad itself. I think with pep this fourth season At City and his contract takes him through the end of next season which would be five years and that would be the longest stop that he's hat as a coach. I mean he's been four years at bar so you spent three years a buyer Munich. I think he's been very clear at the end of each of those ten years that he he needed to take some time off because there was a burnout. Earn up has set in both amongst themselves and amongst the players He needs that time to replenish just physically but also just kind of his ideas I don't know if he's disquiet reaching that point in his run at city I'd be Kinda curious at some of that plays into. I think there's a strange dynamic because you do you think back to Madrid his time in league with Barsha and he had kind of the obvious foil with Madrid and I think that that sustained that team and probably sustained him even though you no he had Marino as kind of this Santana. He didn't have that at Byron Munich. You know kind of Byron and then everyone else domestically and then you know he did. They did what they did in the champions the league. I wonder it's just such a when they're chasing the way that they're chasing Liverpool right now. If somehow the message the his tactics is energy his the way he goes about his business kind of become slightly inverted and the message gets a little loss because he's such a maniacal intense and so obsessed with tactics and so incensed with maintaining a certain intensity level that you know after a few years and the the squad's kind of remained pretty similar throughout has that message just kind of more than a little bit if you're on the team like that were when the title or bust does the mess you know. Do you look at the table and just think you know we don't have it you know it's just not in a so then what are you actually. What's motivating you each and every day A lot of people pointed out in his post match interview how defeated he sounded and and he did say something to the effect of. You know city can. We can't compete with the buyer. Earns the Barcelona's I think any also mentioned Manchester United which some people wonder too if there's a kind of curious what you think Microsoft's it's kind of the veiled shot at. Maybe he hasn't been allowed. You know maybe they haven't done the kind of business because you look at the squad and we'll I mean I don't know that that's necessarily they. They undoubtedly should about another centreback the summer. I think that that's very evident every time that you see Fernandina playing in that position or johnstone's living off an injury but I mean then again. They've had they've played four different people at left back. You know. There's a weird sort of thing going on with Gabriella Jay z's where he's just kind of plateaued leg in terms of development or whatever weird things are going on all over the squad but again. This is a team that's won five trophies in the last however long I mean like it's it could be as simple as they by somebody in January and they're right back where they where they were before you know it does. It goes so conspicuous. Though that PEP got there in two thousand sixteen in like when he arrived there you know and and his first transfer window he brought in Johnstone's Leroy Sante Gabriel. Hey seuss who's going to win the final was was LaPorte and Mendi in an Kyle Walker. But by the time it got there sterling David Silva Kevin Debris Aena Fernandina. Sergio Guerrero were all in place. And it's just it does seem kind of they're still so reliant on that spine. Yeah yeah I I mean like I do you hear what you're saying but I mean like again like it. They are the doesn't feel like they're that far away somehow and just like that but the feeling is absolutely different. We'll give you that. I mean like again with like how defeated pep sounds like in most post masters now like ilk goon on talking about like the title races over for us. It's no VIP like it's November is just you know they're too savvy to experience for that so you kind of wonder. Yeah just under half of the season has been played and city are in third fourteen points behind the pool. Let's talk about United Though Mica because after UH stumbles in the last few weeks or I guess I should say a couple of months ago They've kind of turned their season. Around unbeaten in five live in the league back to back wins. Yeah you know this is probably the biggest win for Ole Outside of Champions League last year would he make a your team right now. Well you know the only GonNa so star is so look like a high school football coach that like the rivalry games like he's like twenty to thirty. I better at his job. Like whatever these things happen like it's just like when they take for instance before liberal game. He's just kind of like well. Yeah they're doing well in the league but you know like arm inside of your mind because because because we're united like he says the same ship before like the city game and the way that he talks about the team is like he's still I mean like he stepped off of the field yesterday. You know what I'm saying like this like he's such an what I mean is that he's a very good nostalgia immersion and it's beginning getting to feel exactly like December of last year run of results that save his job but I also I do wonder though if cause so much of it as like he's he's trying to kind of generate a sense of enthusiasm and Co and confidence through that nostalgia and if they do hit a good run of perform he seems like a really good guy to maintain that and says when things are good. Things are great. I mean the president the best to you I saw a daring. During the United Tottenham game was just kind of Lake. Radford really hates shows as you can see it in a shop power but but it's just like all of those players were playing so well like in terms of like Fred having the best game he had ever had head and united shirt. Jesse Guard looks like a December twenty seventeen where he had four goals and force to to two goals and four sets or whatever like mcdonagh. Thomas was looking like he could run long distances without falling down And then Marcus Rashtra was just drilling shots from everywhere like soccer. That does the best game. I've seen Wamba soccer players. I think he played sterling as well as I've seen some employees darling and it's just kind of like he feeds into Lake that talk these guys energy and it's and it just works so well I think the biggest thing in this goes baxter. Donny's a point that I think we were talking about. I pose this question to you. Mike is that it. That team will go as far as rash for his rash for has that. She made the leap well so seventeen of his thirty six permanently goals have come against top four top six competition. I think Somewhere somewhere around there and the opposite of a flat track blizzak exactly. What's the opposite of a flat track? Willy Nilly trek bully Probably not workshop that we now we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA come back to that but what I mean is that like is. It's big game rash for now you know and I like before the season started. We were talking about like with lukaku leaving. It's just kind of like your attack is entirely reliant on Anthony Marchisio Marcus rash at Mason Greenwood who is playing academy football like yesterday and it was just kind of like. I don't know what the goals are GonNa come from and rashes been stepping up. So on the season he started every match in the league. Played basically every possible minute Of Football for the club this year. So I think it's also the connor goals to I mean he. He's he's I think he likes kind of coming in from the left side and cutting in on his right foot obviously and there are few you know where he he he made contact. There are few that he kind of put wide where he took a one touch across his body on the counter attack in the city game and but but it was that kind of body shape and that kind of technique that he was going for that that you you know once he kind of figured that out and put us out heck Nique is so good. Yeah it is so good stress enough. How good his technique is and but anyway like it's just kind of you like watching him the season you get the sense of somebody who is like finally figuring it out like it's just kind of the the part of his Gamer mark looking into place and it was all there before it's almost like he needed to convince himself that he was good? You and some of that. You know not to bring everything back to to marina but as much as marina will kind. I've got the best out of guys in the spot. They're they're players that certainly kind of benefit from the Post Marino Malays being lifted. Yeah and he's he's one of those dudes definitely also so he's missed two penalties so if he had scored those two penalties. You'd be in second place in the Golden Boot risk more. He's not fighting. He's not fighting before them anymore. So okay so let's quickly News that broke since the last episode is that Chelsea's transfer ban has been lifted and they are able to buy I players. This January immediately speculation began as to who they might be looking for how they beat the case they'd be the case that currently in Fourth Place Twenty nine points stumbling as a little bit as of late. Lost three of their last four league matches Connor who seeing as possibly Chelsea Elsie looking for in January. If anyone well it's always nice to have Chelsea back in the transfer rumor genre because they're the season yeah because they're the team that's kind of the most you know you can just throw throw anything against the wall and it would seem to stick But I you know a report that I saw today on the on the Guardian Mentioned Wilfried Zaha and Nathan K. which I think it's a high is probably going to you know? I think his time has run out at Crystal Palace's as well as they've been playing and he's going to be kind of angling for for some kind of a movement as much as that's probably not what they need. I think he's still a guy where I I rate him high enough where you can get them. You go make it happen. I think Nathan would be like a very deliciously the odd brand for Chelsea because as much as embrace this new youth movement using their first order of the transfer business to go after a player that was like previously on their books and kind of paying over paying more more than what they would have let him go for would it be kind of a pug. Yeah yeah so that that would be great but I I you know I I. Clearly the defense is is where they need the most reinforcements it's But but I don't I don't really kind of you know. Obviously it's nice to be able to kind of get back into the transfer market but I. I don't see that. There's an incredible sense of urgency in the way that I've Komo news presented because you know their their positions pretty well. They're playing pretty well and at some point. You still need to see what your you need. You need a full season issue which you're GONNA and get from some of these guys so You expect them to make some kind of business but I wouldn't. I don't know if it'd be anything drastic. Yes I well wrapping up the Premier League from the weekend. I I guess we should talk about. SUNOL does goal Mica that had Josie Marino talking about memories of Rinaldo Desario Ninety. Dr Dash I mean is the only thing and a stick that was I. I heard it. I was impressed. It's interesting because that's actually been offensive zone on men. Of course we're talking about the Tottenham forward have used and Aldo for years. I'd where have I been. I've never like this is. This is D I. I've been hearing of it. Probably not unlike Korean soccer fan message boards we. There's there's some there's some standing for sonar soccer select. This was never been brought to my attention. Take it from you. Guys is reaction that you don't really like the name or think it's a little no I I just I. I'm here for it anytime we can reference the original Renaldo. I think I don't think the original Ronaldo gets proper do enough so what's the thing I think the original sin Aldo name was based on CR seven Cristiano Renaldo But now the goal. Yeah and Josie bringing up Rinaldo Now the connecting it to g Brazilian Ronaldo Yeah it was. It was one of those goals that I mean I I think we all can see that. His acceleration in his top end speed is as probably as fast as anyone. You've seen the premier league or anywhere but like once you build up that head of speed and the balls just hit that perfect that perfect balance between he seems slightly out of control. Not The ball is going to get away from him but everyone was a little too on the back foot or too little too cautious to make to put in a tackle because he was going so fast and seemed so slightly kind of out of control that every touch touch just kind of time perfectly and I think once he once he cleared Hatfield you kind of newer. It was going. I found a kind of funny that listening to kind of some of these ex player player. Grizzled pundits saying that he should have been fouled You know it's just funny to hear calls for players to kind of disrupt that kind of artistry you know just with kind of a cynical chop down Just so that you know a player of his talent can't do that to you. Yeah Yeah I mean but that's just I mean you know the the the whole English punditry about every centreback should be terry butcher with bandaged around their head before we move on a quick break ringer. AFC is brought to you by Fan Duel. Sportsbook you've probably heard me talk about offender sportsbook for the past few weeks by now. You know about their simple intuitive APP. That makes placing your bets. 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Maybe a minute to see how many you can name. Jesus today is us today one Nabri Knob Ri. Yes yeah the at four in the next game so to Helena have one he did. He did those their opener against Genk sets three. I'll give you a hint. One is one is one. Rei One de Maria did was a Rhyme surly so rives Darling Ryan Sterling had one. That's another one Drako Rodrigo so you got Four left's to you probably should get a rare. IRA early Brown. How how whalen you got one? Yep We already said that. Only Donnie mentioned was There is another team may from the same team on here that you're missing Hong ton or was Minamino. Now we have what we have you got Sterling Gabrielle. Hey Susan Levin Hausky Women Dusky I mean even if even going to bed no idea. She's Merton have something no he did. Not Another Napoli player had one though L.. Malik Melik have one so you got two left one's obvious this one you'll never get so Messy no no messy actually Royce. He's part of. He's part of the very very fashionable Parisian Front Pairing L.. Bobby Imbaba got one. And then the last one would be needs love or such from Dina Dina Moselle never went out that regulations to all involved good trivia I like it going back to the premier league. We talk about the managerial merry. Go round since we last recorded. Three managers have been sacked in reverse chronicle chronological order. I'll go over them. What furred Kiki Says Florez Out Nigel Pearson in every ten Marco Silva out? Finally Duncan Ferguson. In and at the Arsenal memory finally out for the lumbergh in so three interim managers now running teams in the Premier League of the three. Do you think any of them will outlast. The Interim Tag Manchester Manchester United actually have ever ten on the weekend Connor. Maybe I'll start with you. What have you made of Freddie's I what three games now in charge two games? I mean I think they're mess. I was three games right. Because they they lost to Norwich. They drew with They just be West Ham they they lost to Norwich and I think his first match was a draw. Right was it Southampton was hoping Brighton Brighton. Correct yeah I mean and they had the comeback in the I think the positive first thing that you take from the West Ham game is that Nicholas Put An scored a goal scored Creko Had An assist you know I. I don't know what the ideas I don't know. What what the plan is? I think what the way the way I look at it. Is You know someone like enchiladas is not really enchiladas. KINDA VIBES ABS- coach. You know he's a guy that you kind of bring in when you've got about the other you need to kind of calm. The shipper raise the level slightly. And you have a super team. He's a guy that just I don't think he's kind of what we need. Because I think what they needed someone with an actual idea an actual point of view I have no inside information. Obviously I you look at basically what you try to do as you look at the most exciting Middle Tier Ish teams. And who has young coaches. That are kind of have made the biggest transition year to year. And you look at rb. Leipzig nightside with Jillian. Nagase men who is thirty. Two years old and Leipzig is you know competing for the for the Bundesliga in one of the most exciting interesting teams in Europe Ericsson hauge. Aww I xe just got out of the champions. Getting he's been he's been he's been bandied about for way more Some more prestigious names Jobs like the buyer Munich. Job You you know Borussia. Moenchengladbach is leading the Bundesliga in their first year. Coach mcelroy's came from rb Salzburg which is another kind of you know similar chesimard. So it's you know I. I think the question is less who arsenal wants. What their idea of what their manager is and who who wants arsenal if that makes sense because I think you know you gotta go and you gotTa make a run at whoever the most exciting young coaches the question is if you are? A young exciting coach is arsenal. Are you picking up the phone. Yeah the name that still is in the background. At all times with Arsenal now is Ted of WHO. Interestingly also obviously disley has deeper roots with. Everton's his name has been mentioned there. Michael You were talking about Ole and how he's like you know How can pep talk talk united? You saw that with over the weekend with Duncan Ferguson and Everton They win three one getting that immediate new manager bounce against Chelsea and Duncan Ferguson was like literally in tears after and very passionately involved in every aspect of the game from the touchline will. Yeah I mean like it literally. There are Duncan Ferguson. Is I mean exactly the kind of blood and thunder coach. That would have that kind of lake. Extremely extremely emotional response after a lake after a game like that. I mean. That's the same person that who who is it was It was e- when he was playing for Rangers he head butted the guy of it's like an infamous like just. Search Duncan can ferguson headphone headsets. It's very fun YouTube. Hold a fall. Down Duncan Ferguson. Is there to do a very specific job at pretty much. Pretty much has achieved it to run up and down the touchline and to make the fans feel good for a while which has gone nuts. Not even that I mean like after like they've they've they've done the you know pseudo bond villain thing with marcus ova now they are back to a basically souped up version of Sam Allardyce. I guess yeah I mean. I think they're they're in that position too where you almost have to be slightly concerned. You can't let the wheels come off that so completely that you get stuck in the relocation battle. I think that that's the stakes are a little like that. That's that is informing. Probably some of the decisions there until they figure out what they WANNA do long-term Because that team is to talented. And there's too much money invested in that for that team to be to be positioned where it is is. I think to go back to our Ted. You mentioned that they had deep roots at Everton. I mean look at the roots where he's at right now. I mean I who knows I mean. Is he kind of is. Is there a coach in waiting thing going on at city where thing are Ted has could be. The manager of Arsenal could be the manage. Everything could be manager at city and I think that goes back to the original point with Arsenal where it's like. You know the most obvious sentimental but also kind of practical choice would be to go to our Ted. But does he want that job. I don't know yeah. That's a good question speaks bleeds bleak. I don't think it's league at all. Actually after watching the stirring comeback against West Ham are you. Are you went up and Nicholas Pepper are you. I'm in all right. I'm super in on Nicholas. Pep as little maris impression. Going to the left foot was amazing I mean it was like a unadulterated joy actually getting three points. And I'm interested to see you know arsenals next match is against city So that will obviously be a huge test and all of this all. These good feelings can dissipate quickly. But Everton Manchester United as I mentioned Anything else guys. We had Did you guys happen to see the. NC Double A. Women's soccer final or it it was Stanford in in UNC and it went to penalties shootout. Oh trash-talking goalkeeper just exquisite. y'All Geez I should say her name the Stanford Keepers Name Is Katy Myers during straight into my soul. Katie after making some stops in the penalty shootout. She had some straight to camera reaction shots. What's that were immediately? Gift and now will live forever and posterity because it was some of the best post Penalty Save keeper gesticulations deletions or reactions. I've ever seen I mean. Listen anybody that follows me on twitter aware of this. I love the the negativity I love it. I can't get even negatively it's like positively. It's being positive about her ability. Well yeah now but like I mean it's being positive or the negative way that clip brought me great joy so thanksgiving -gratulations to to Stanford yet the one clip that's really going around is her Immediately after say finding the camera looking straight into it pointing at her chest words at Stanford saying Stanford maybe some expletives and then motioning with her mouth like to zipper her mouth and throwing away the key to know where the cameras fund refund refined the angles get there. Get your great. Actually you know what you know what I also found interesting about. That clip is that she had black gloves on. which I don't normally see for keepers? Is that kind of unusual. It looked like garbage gloves. I thought it was Swaggie so before before we close we check in on the premarin point pool of course before the season. Connor Mica Miles. Shocker Dan I drafted Premier League teams for each With the idea that whoever had the most cumulative points amongst his teams would win. We're here in week for matchday. Seventeen this weekend and chuckers at the top of the table I think he's like Liverpool like lead over everybody and he's GonNa win he's GonNa Coast. He has city Leicester Crystal Palace and Brighton. He's on one hundred and eleven points. Second place is connor with Liverpool Waterford West Ham and Sheffield each of the United on ninety four Mica who was in the cellar for I think like the first five or six weeks is rocketed up to third place. Eighty four points. With Spurs Wolves Aston Villa Newcastle I guess Newcastle in Wolves Have Kinda turned their season around Fourth place is miles On Eighty points he has Chelsea United Bournemouth Norwich and in the rear at the bottom relegation zone seventy two points. It's me with with Arsenal Everton Southampton and Burnley. I realized that I have of my fourteen. Two of them have replaced their managers before December. which probably doesn't bode well? Well listen I you make choices and left on as as you know. And I made a choice to select Waterford over Leicester City and and if I had to kind of actually done that correctly between Liverpool and Lester this would have been over by now buffers replaced or miniature twice since I mean. It's just oh yeah that's true and probably will do so twice more before the end of the season at this rate. So yeah yeah I mean I chose Everton over Leicester so all right so so in closing guys said day small last episode earner. FC Very Emotional. It's been quite a ride. Sorry actually I've been a little bit off the face today. I'm a little bit under the weather but I tried to deliver as always been a lot of fun I really can't believe you just tried to sneak this in near the end we weren't making jokes about how you still haven't eaten the clete this entire time so I wasn't. I wasn't with the ringer when the state took over. So I I think Mike can kind of take that one home for us before Donnie signs off for the last time what the context of it well now we already know the context of it. He said That he said he said on video that if Germany did not make it out of the group stage of the World Cup he would eat the clear. That is right here here. On the table it was Ryan O'Hanlon's Nike tm Bove's black beyond green. Actually haven't needed it because he plays those where we play together. There's sometimes but then several months later Rhino Hanlin publicly called him history's greatest coward and still still Danny did not eat the clete. See I feel like the bet was kind of notified once Ryan left the ringer fink about the kind of power that you could assume by by eating just complete. That's been warned by Rhino handling the possibilities. I know I know I I promise you guys Whether you see it or not I'll hold hold up my end of the bet before my last day somehow someway you'll see on social media or something because I'm not a liar nor am I a coward and I I will carry through. You're one of the good. You're one of the best one of the best it's ever done it downing. I appreciate it and like it's been a pleasure with you through this. All all of these years World Cups Two World Cups Two cups damn busy so thank you. Thanks and and to all the listeners. He Smart

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LADS#77 - Champions League Week 1 Recap

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LADS#77 - Champions League Week 1 Recap

"Ooh. No, no. No. Thing I'm Kevin Pettit and Martin Frazier, a, we are loud America's scuffing soccer, better known as lasts. You. Okay. Just don't. It's just go down logs, German beer. You don't need those. All right today is September. Twentieth twenty eighteen and we are here to deliver. You are Champions League first week round up a review and also give our vets or not. That's our predictions for week six of the Premier League. So, hey, Martin, what's up man. Nothing just shown into law, grew with beer end a microphone. So being super scratching the usual way, North Carolina has libraries. It's mostly made for like distribution of meth, alcohol and tobacco along with some other less honorable crimes. So the libraries, the town center, basically it's not. Okay. Yeah, I did really think it was. So. Where where do we begin? We begin group aid and you have something Martin. Oh, yeah. So in my spare time last night at like one a was going through ESPN and some saga articles. And there's this one article where there is, I think there's five or six crazy quotes that have been made by managers or players in the past, and they all have to do with like a metaphor to an animal. So I'm gonna read these quotes. You're gonna guess who said them. All right. All right. I'm gonna just tell you probably say either juicy Marino lot, but I'm excited to be fair. There are some quotes by both of them in this, of course, are okay going. Sorry, norba everything go. All right. So we're going to take off in nineteen ninety-five when seagulls follow the trawler it is because they think that sardines will be thrown into the sea. Ninety five. I mean, Fergie, I guess no, sir. Eric Cantona. I mean mitt, I had been someone for Manchester United. So. That is definitely Cantona quote if I haven't heard before. So yeah, that makes sense. God, I think we just turned this into a Cantona podcasts can't stop talking about. I would be totally okay with that. Now Americans discussing Cantona latte, Lasik. Next one comes from twenty eleven and it's about Kareem Benza if I can't hunt with a dog, I will hunt with a cat with a dog. You hunt more and you hunt better, but if you do not have a dog and you have a cat, you hunt with the cat. I'm going to Jesse marine. Yes, sir. Yeah, that's so that is so just radio. That was when he was Real Madrid, I'm guessing. Yup. And dissing his own players. So Yep, it works perfectly turns out. He goes on to win three champions leagues in a row. Yeah, that relate. Owed takes exposed Josie Marino. Next one, we'll see. We need to realize we're now the head of the mouse and not the tail of the line. Liden no raw Benitez when Newcastle promoted into the Premier League, what the that was an actual kiss. A fuck. All right. Easy. One lines do not compare themselves to humans. That's live. Yeah. We heard that that was last year. That was what he was manned you. It was twenty sixteen yeah. And shit. Twenty. Sixteen was wild. Go holy crap. Next one, we may be the chihuahuas that run in between the horse's legs, but we are just about improving with each match. Is this David boies? I don't know. No close though Brennan Rogers. God damnit both failed managers. We'll bring the Rogers that are really conceive once, but. Yeah, I did. He's killing it at Celtic. So there you go. That's easy. Five other teams in that league Martin. So raise our Celtic Celtic. That's. That's all I got. Okay. Sorry, Ireland. Last one. It's about Ryan Giggs real quick, Scotland you need, right? Yes, before his thing, pleased. You don't want the Irish coming out against is always, I always mix it up, and I'm surprised I've been had like Irish hitman come at me. You can never remember. They'll get us in the I tunes review. That's how they really me, which would you go do by the way friends. All right. All right. Next one or is that the last one? This is the final one is about young Ryan Giggs. You knew right away the way he ran across the ground that he was something else. He was like a cocker spaniel, chasing a piece of silver in the wind. This has to be Ferguson right there you go. He tried when he said that, and he was recalling seeing a young Ryan Giggs play for the first time when Gibbs retired. Before he slept with people's wives. Hey. It is almost almost par for the course for. Famous English slash Welsh players like John Terry. It's fine. It's fine, dude, ledge, fucking ledge. I, you know, I'm surprised. Konya has made a video about him talking about sleeping with other people's wives. Do Conyers losses, funding mind, just say that. I mean, we again, we can make this a communist five jazz. I the guy's fucking Balkars, but I love it. I mean, the guy, the guy made college dropout late registration, so he's got my respect. He's it's still holding wait for me. I mean, I, it's, it's. Anyway. It's like, what have you done for me recently? Because cognac really hasn't done much recently pushed. He did everything for, you know, he produced that he produced that I think pushes sing. It wrote it. But you need some beats. You need some sick beats dog. I'll take out take Conde for sick beats, but I will not take Connie in any other form. His kind of bears ING himself. Now his leg is like. Wayne Rooney was still trying to play for Manchester Nive like men. No, this time in your life is done just stopping crazy about it and move on. Yeah, but that's flooded says this guy is just pure genius or maybe he's pulling into thinking he is, but. How about soccer players Kevin? I know I just I just have county fever. Before, why am I stuttering so much? What are you drinking Marin? There we go. That's why I wanted to say was was via reviews. What are you drinking? I think we have drink before. It's actually really good on North Carolina beer. It's called dunk. Rabid nukes out. It's five point, seven percent, and you know the the whole like psychological thing where if you look at a duck sideways and looks like a rabbit, but if you looked like a rabid sideways, it looks like a dog. All they done, put it away. Yeah, they put it on their bundle. Do you not know what I'm talking about? The whole duck rabbit conundrum. Now, what kind of backwards should is this come on? I guarantee you the majority of the people listening right now. We'll know the whole duck rabbit. If you take a duck's head and you tilt it to the side, it looks like a rabbit's head. The silhouette of at least I didn't take. Yeah, dude, it's fucking phenomenal. I'm gonna run a Twitter poll. I'm gonna find this out immediately. Has anyone ever fucking her to this expression? I hope so, because if it is that I think my percentage of correct. Like expressions beats yours, one to like a million of how many expressions made up or wrongness. Do. Yeah. I mean, I. Whatever. But how is it? Good. What are you going to give this? I'm actually going to give it give it a seven point five because it's yummy, but it's only five point, seven percent. It tastes like a like a almost fruity beard has that fruity taste to it. So it's really yummy and easy to drink, but it's not strong enough for me. You know, the beer connoisseur during straw, rita's because they're eight percent, and you can buy two of them for two fifty at the gas station that connoisseurs giving. This duck rabbit milk style, a seven point. Five. Okay. All right. I'm drinking the sly FOX October fest. It's a woulda bus fests be which always like fucking threw me off that Tober fess in September that's call. That's false advertising. Right? I absolutely think so, because I think it was into a move to Philly. I thought Tober fest was just off Tober like I had no idea until we went to October fest, like are the first year that we lived there, and we went to south street to the German pub and it was in September, and I was like, wait, is this early? Isn't this early? But no, I'm just dumb. Always thought it was in October, like it sounds so. Yeah. I mean, it would just you just think. Tomba that says, yes, those Niki Germans. They're always trying to hide something. If history, you know, says anything of all right. I'm gonna give this. You know, it's not like a German tuber fest beers, so and I've had way better off Tober fest beer, but is nice. It's cheap. I get it at the store. I'm gonna give this like six point, nine nights. We actually went low this week with our. With arm ratings of these beers? I don't think we've ever really drop lower than seven point five have we gotten boozy is I was happened, are we? We are busy bitches. Now db loud, you'll be glad. Czar. Beep, big, baller bitches. So. Okay. I guess we should talk soccer now. That isn't the podcast is about, I don't know. Should we? All right. Okay. So group a, we have also for the notes. Again, Martin big, big, big shutout the Martin for doing the notes. It's basically what I love for just looking at rewatching highlights of random games that have occurred this we can be like, yeah, I can write some stupid shit about this for sure. Yeah. So Dortmund beating in bruise, which is so great movie is gonna just plugging Bruce every time I see them till they ultimately get knocked out of the Champions League. But let's let's get to our boy, our baby Christian pulisic. I mean, it's the greatest American ever. Right? Can I say that. I think that that's basically confirmed at this point. No mart. I mean, like better than like Ben Franklin. ABRAHAM LINCOLN like, oh, you mean even the historical ones, soccer ones. I think we can say that clearly now in terms of inspiration and what he has brought to America fucking lectures, city, fucked, Ben Franklin, fuck the declaration of independence. Fuck George, Washington, give me pulisic or give me death. Thank you, John Henry. Yeah, I think I think we can say that now. I mean, God, I just love watching him in the Champions League. He is electric and you know, could be the dark horse. I mean, it's not like me the second best team in the league, but Dr Champions League make a good run. I, I'm, I actually cannot see Dortmund advancing any further than the round of sixteen I've. They will get out of this group them Athletico. But this game was. Gritty dirty and pulisic dot lucky on his birthday to get this goal. So I don't. I really do not know how well Dortmund is going to do this year in the champion's league. Like it almost seems that they could do really well. But realistically, though advanced past the group and get knocked out by one of the more powerful teams, but as long as pulled her searches scoring on a happy man. Yeah, it's really what I live for. Like if anytime Christian like succeeds, I feel like ice exceed. So like I live by Kerry asleep through his own success. Like I'm mccown versus guy. He's twenty. I'm twenty four. What the fuck am I doing? I have the worst part. I hate when I had this x. central crisis. Every time I watch these young athletes where I'm like, wait, like you're younger than me like, why are you look like? I don't know. It's it's. It's like Diego Kosta. He's only like what? Twenty nine. You look forty five years older than me. What the fuck is that what I'm gonna look like with twenty nine bets. That's what's terrifying me like I could look as horrifying as the ago at twenty nine, but who the fuck knows. I will say. That I think pulisic will in the next two years leave Dorman to go to another club. Once he hits that twenty four, twenty five where he's just getting into the prime of his play. I think that he will and should leave and just be like, look on. Great. I gave you guys everything. Thank you so much for everything, but I'm gonna go tear shit up in that UPN tear shit up on Meyer estrin. Yeah, because you know firings always, they never take any doorman players know just like liberal never takes any Southampton or Roma players. Yeah, they never do that. Moving on to Athletico, hey, sup against Monaco. It's just feeling Monaco's show themselves. It's nice that they got a goal, but I mean, it was pretty much it go show. Right. Oh, yeah. And I mean, you can't really blame Monaco at all because they've been Southampton. Dorman did, like all their youngsters have left in the past two years. So this this is like you said, a show of their old team. So I mean, I don't think anyone's really too shocked to see the Monaco people not playing up to their potential because they've had such a crazy time of replacing people, but Athletico watching Atlantico play. They looked like the twenty four, teen athletic. These have that fire. They have that fight. They have that Diego Simione hatred back in their clay and it. It starts with cost. I swear to God that for. Athletico to be truly great Diego caused the has to be on that team or like minded player, but I fucked with that co. I think they're going to surprise a lot of people in this in this Champions League and go pretty far. Yeah. I mean, I don't wanna call them at dark horse because they're filled of athletic. It's like saying, I don't know the falcons Dr course NFL dude like they were just Super Bowl. You know what I mean? I mean, they've been in like, what's it call it to champions leaks, which unfortunately lost. But like finals. You know what I mean? So I don't wanna say they're dark horse, but I mean when you have like Barscelona reality Ventas of Byron, it's like we'll, would you what it starts gets the six or seven players or those dark horses? I don't know. Like six, seven rethink could win it. I, I don't know because I'm kind of the same calling. Athletic darkhorse kind of feels insulting because I mean Dera fantastic team. They have like fantastic players all up and down the pitch. But at the same time I don't think anyone realistically has them winning the Champions League final. So I think that they're not favorite, but I don't think they're a door core, so they're kind of in that purgatory just shown in that purgatory. Yeah, it's really weird. Speaking of a team that's to the Champions League, or I c of o, I C Green. Mins of what's it called statement on a Ron Rinaldo in messy saying that he's like on par like just as good as them. Right. Is that we were talking about that statement? Yeah, and I wanna know, would she think of that. I don't. I. I mean, honestly, I don't like really have a problem with it. Like if I'm playing of soccer, I wanna be the best. I'm going to think like the only way to like really exceed is think you are the best at what you do. You know what I'm saying? Like if Greece Mun says this, I think he truly believes that in that he can like be on par with two of the goats because if he doesn't, I think it's the only way he can mentally like try exceed in like push himself pushes ceiling. You know what I mean? Like I'm totally fine with like him. Things like if Blake Bortles of the best quarterback in an, we'd all like laugh at him. But I think Blake Bortles would like believe leeann. I'm not comparing the two, but like, do you see? I'm trying to say like, I'd be like I want I want my athletes feel confident. You know what I mean until the doing. I mean, the thing that I was kind of comparing those two was fucking law rinsing that he's the best defender in the world where when hall. Mislead his nowhere even close. But I think there is a difference between Blake Bortles saying that and grease men saying that same thing could be said with, let's say, Matt Ryan or drew Brees hit, drew Brees of he was said, if he said that I'm the best in the world. It's not like an automatic dismissal. Same with Greece if Greece says that he is on par with Rinaldo and messy. It's not an automatic dismissal. Okay. Crease men. Sure. You are like it would be with fucking Auburn saying then, so I guess or Blake Bortles. So like I I as a bad example about example, I like it like Blake, Bortles elite. Taking the pats. Week too. But yeah, I fought with Grysman saying this. I don't believe he's on par with them, but he's close enough to them where he can say this confidently and I'm sure that's going to help his own game. So fucked with him saying that. Good on him. Yeah. If he wants to be confident bucket, like you want to lose confidence, I've all about it but also like ease arguably, like top five. If definitely top ten player in the world, we'd say exactly exactly. And that's why I think this is totally different than sing that he's the best because that might be little confidence booster for Lovran saying that he's the best, but no one in this world believes that he's even close to coming in the top fifty of defenders. The best defender on your team don't exactly. All right. Moving on to group b Barscelona it was the best show versus PSV. Got the of that messy free kick. Messy is just just he just. He broke the record for most hat tricks in the Champions League. Just goat goddamn go, I know run out as your goat with God. Damn, I going to be the satis Eam oh Greek day kid. When he retires, you have no idea. Like my chemical romance. He MO three days grace bucking said when he retires. Damn, you're bringing me back to fifth grade Horta shit right now. Messy is an alien from outer space and Rinaldo is a robot built from here to be just completely like the things that messy just does on a regular basis is just fucking insane insane to watch. And that free kick like, I almost cried teared up very hard, but I doubt and look man, like I, I'm not. I'm no fan of messy. I think that he's author one or two in the world, but just to watch 'em be so lucky to see him play. It just reminds me of just just how lucky we are to see two goats going at each other and for messy to open up this Champions League campaign with three goals and a gorgeous free kick will goddamn messy, go on son. Yeah. And. Just pure dominancy, nine and like it's it's just so wild to see how he's a depth of his game over the years in jail. It just, you know, has remained just two elite, you know, I will see people talking about like Salah neymar and how like they could never even come close the messy in Rinaldo because they've had like a decade of pure dominance. You know what I'm saying? Like, yeah, like these other players will have just like one or two seasons of like where they could be almost on power them or close United. Right, right. Like messy, Renato, have just been leaps and bounds. Just. It's Nive at close. You know, like people are saying, who's going to be the next? Betsy Rinaldo will let me let me, you know, breaking news. There's never going to be anyone like messing Rinaldo that maybe the Bobby, I guess, but he's eighteen. I can't even nineteen. I can't even like guys like I have a whole decade of washing that kid develop or even logger dining. There's no, there's no one that's going to be like messing Rinaldo that I'm probably rental see my lifetime again own. Yeah, I agree and messy. I think again is going to take this team as far as he can individually take the same because I think Barscelona is still a powerhouse to force to be reckoned with. But messy is at the center of all, if you, if you cannot control messy than you cannot win against Barcelona, it feels like to me. And that doesn't just include the teams like PSV the teams like. Some of the shittier teams in league and the champions the, but that also includes like Real Madrid event this Chelsea. If you can't control, messy, the games done like that's how dangerous he is. He is the entire working engine of messy, but I will say I am kinda starting to be impressed by who's men than belly. The young little petulant child who opened at Dortmund. I'm kind of I'm kind of impressed by him this season. He has a couple of goals in league just opened his Champions League account here, and you know what? Maybe maybe he's not going to be a bus that I've been calling him for the past year and a half. So I'm on the fence with him, but impressed. I mean, that goal was out of my God. It was so fucking sick. Just a world screaming about a real screamer. So do you think Barcelona's gonna take it? They gonna might pick is gonna come out right. I don't think so. I expect. I think Barcelona's get gonna get to the semi-finals. I think we're actually going to see a nother team other than Barcelona and Real Madrid, win it all this year. Thank God. All right. Leaving on to Inter Milan versus Tottenham. I'm just going to say like if Todd does a win this weekend, which we're going to get to our preview in. I've been thinking we've been talking so much Champions League. I might break this up in two podcasts 'cause like twenty minutes in. So it really sitting now you are not going to get the preview. I'm gonna post that with this podcast, you guys are getting double double podcast. I've just made that executive decision because we're already twenty something minutes it right. Double trouble yet. Double double the downloads. I mean, I wouldn't. I would never try swindle you guys. So I'm just saying this, if Todd does a win this weekend there in hot shit, cancel their season. It's over Todd are not gonna win anything. I know it's like overreaction Thursday for me right now, but like I'm just saying it like it's like, oh, Kevin, it's only week. Six times of doesn't win this weekend. I'm just just end the season try get next year in like I want them to prove me wrong, but. After watching the bottle against Inter Milan in the west seconds bottle just again. And again, they've three losses in a row like. I, I don't even know what to say, but I all I can say about this game is interest back. Welcome back into Milan. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, the Champions League doesn't seem special without those talion clubs like introducing lawn. And we have inter who is kind of kind of reached that point where now there'd be taken seriously again and going into this game highveld Tom was going to drug them. I fell upon them was gonna walk all over them. But Inter Milan dominated the entire fucking game like Eriksson scored in the fiftieth minute, I think against the run of play, but the majority of the game was just like the game against Liverpool sloppy play shit defending and an invisible attack, so it it's, it's really fucking worrying for taught him, but like huge shutout two Cardi in the no who scored the equalising winning goal lately. They didn't the game. I think it shows. Does that Inter Milan is not to be fucked with. And I'm actually at this point more excited to see interplay Barcelona than I am to see Taunton play because if Tottenham plays like this, they're going to get shit pumped. They're going to get seriously ship hoped, and they're gonna go right to the Europe league and probably beat arsenal. Fuck it would only makes me me saying all these things right now for them to go to the Europe league and then be who I am right in our small. So that's just faded. It's just it's just my fucking lot. It's like you can you getting hit with a hurricane is not even coming close to Tottenham beating arsenal the European league after being set down there because they're trashing two Champions League will will. All right. We'll be all into group c, Liverpool of shout, Dave Kennedy who got to go to this match from Bruce talking soccer podcasts of Liverpool defeating Parasad your mind three, two at home at Anfield. Daniel Sturridge. Isn't it weird that like we're seeing goals by Sturge a while back while that Greece Italy, like isn't like both careers were kinda thought were like kind of like on the done. Latter half. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, it's super weird seeing them. What's it called scoring again and the James Milner with the penalty? Correct. James builder who's ageless like he's just a, he may be father time. I don't know and dominant performance by him in the midfield PSE coming back of muter. The Bobby to now has I believe I saw Twitter, eleven goals at the age of nineteen in the Champions League, which is fucking unreal, your heads zero and messy only had two at the same age. I think that was the tweet like that's Razi. And then for media with the stoppage time goal, which is when I arrived at the Victoria free house interview the head of the report, Philly, which is just mad, people were going. Absolutely. I walked in when he scored the goal when I was like, and I was like, I showed up at the right time. We should so. So what are your thoughts on the game? PS g. PS djing is like, is this PSE again? Like peak PS g. I mean, basically liver pos-. I mean, obviously this year and last year is not a team to be taken lightly, and I don't think any any team really expected Liverpool to be this dominating against PSE from the start of the game, like Liverpool would just look dangerous going forward. And I think it's interesting that claw plays stirs like what the fuck storage. It reminds me how much I hate Sturges stupid. Dan celebration every time he scores because unlike why do I hate you? Oh yeah, you do that bullshit. But yeah, I think liberal definitely deserved to win this game, but I will will. I do have one knock on Liverpool. This this game Muhammed salon looked out of place like he did not look good at all in that game, and he didn't look great against Tottenham either. So I think that a lot of people are not going to like this and. Don't want to believe this, but I think Salah is having his own little mini hangover, like the man is not the same fiery squirrel. The time sa- law that he was last year I expected that we all kind of expect that, but I want I wanna see Salal step up and get back to that scorn ways because if he does anyone can touch liberal. Yeah. I mean, that's the thing they beat PSE. It's so why wasn't good. So that should be worrisome for everyone around Europe. Do you see what I'm saying on? You cut out a little bit. Can you give me a quick Rica? Oh, I just said, like, if so, why is it playing? Well in Liverpool was still dominant in everyone in Europe should be really worried. Absolutely. Absolutely. Like it's a knock on Liverpool, but at the same time it should be a warning to every single other team, and it's not like Liverpool played damn bread Star Belgrade they played PS g. and to that point, I. Off for menu, pulling a name or on name or was the most wholesome thing that I've seen this week. I was just so fucking happy that for me, just Joop name or out of his socks and the other two. That was a. That was Monday. Oh, sorry. Yeah. Yeah. Monay Puna name on neymar. Sorry, I got names confused, but the rest of the match name neymar look pathetic. Like like, fuck him. Can I just say that fuck name or he looks like a crybaby. He doesn't help on defense. He'll have like one or two great phenomenal runs during the game, but man, his attitude sucks. Dude. I hated. I think his stock is dropping quickly. Can I say that? Oh yeah. Oh, yeah. I mean, he's still a top talent and he has the skill. But I mean, I'm just like I used to love neymar, but I think the World Cup this recently. He's just like, I don't know. I, I hope he turns it around 'cause I eat gives. He has at Brazilian flair. You know what I mean? So yeah, but I think he's got to get out of the French league gotta get out of PS, gee, if he's going to have really any respect for what he's gonna do, what he will do. Yeah, I don't. I don't know. It's. It's troubling because at first I had him as a lock is number three in the world. Now I don't. I don't. I don't. I don't. I don't know if I have number three in the world. When I like Kevin O'Brien, if Salah's informed grease Mun Yun. I mean, it's crazy how quickly things can change. Like when he went to PS g before he went to PS g he was in my opinion pretty almost certainly the third best player in the world. And since then it's like his reputation, it's just taken a nosedive, especially in the World Cup. I think that was like the whole time. It nosedive because he's does not seem to have recovered at all from that investment. Yeah, I, I don't know. I mean, I don't know, man, I need to see more need to see or from him. I guess I wanna see more from him in the Champions League, you know, I'm so holding onto twenty thirteen when they won the trouble. But that's five years ago now, isn't that wild? That's horrifying to think years ago, Jesus and also shot about from Neo for the ipad celebration. That was fucking sick. I love that celebration. So. Yeah, I fucked with that. I, I am a fan of Bobby bright smile for me. That was a sick winter because like I said, I thought Liverpool deserved to win this match. But you know what it had to come from for me like I feel like that was just that just made everything right in the soccer world. Like for me, no didn't score at all during the World Cup. Has been incredibly important but has not had a great goal scoring run this year in the EPL and for him to get this last minute winner. Like I was, I was happy for me. I was like, alright, Bobby or you might have gone your eyes poked out last weekend, but hell you have cool celebration. I mean, I love Bobby for media. I think he's out of the front three the most. Like I mean, none of them are like under rated, but like I agree. I know what you're trying to say. Like, he's not up there with that. Samal Monnet conversation like appreciated for his hold up play, which news unsaid that, like we've mentioned it a million times, but like he is holed up play really opens up those two wing players, and it's just rate deceit. He does have at like, we don't talk about like number nine's enough who are like number nine. Number nine. Doesn't like that. True. Striker doesn't really exist anymore, but the false non. Yeah, it's it's a true night. Sorry. No, no, no, he knows the true number nine would be like this lawns. Lukaku Bobby plays more of the false nine where it's kind of a struggle, but he dips back into the midfield to hold up the plan. Shit, like floats a floater. Yeah, a Florida afloat of moving on to. Fuck this game Red Star Belgrade versus happily, Carlo Ancelotti ruin Netflix and of story. Let's move on the group. D group owed socks. All right. Group d can suck every day, but McKinney on Chakai the American getting the assist. I mean, shut up. You are the are American sticking over the Champions League. Can we? Hey, I think so. I sold this one stat. Like I think it's been over ten years since the last time to American scored in the Champions League or got points in the Champions League during the same weekend or the same set of games. So fucking go America. Go McKinney, go. Christian pulisic. I'm still waiting to see Timothy way play for PS g. u. s. a. you at taking say, I know we couldn't do it in the World Cup. We will take over Europe. I mean, I don't really have anything to talk about these games gal, death Ray. I didn't watch either of these games, but. This is the shit group, so it was just move on to groupie. I don't. I really just just like, I see your, I love your note. Here is fucked this group. So. I all I had to say was supposed to be the group of death, not the stupidest group where like literally, none of these teams have any shot in hell to the advance past the round of sixteen group of dipped shifts. That's one of their you go. I like it. All right, thanks. All right group e. Ajax, I sorry. Sorry. Sorry, I x versus Athens a arcade at the. I mean, otherwise. Solve this, the volley that was, yeah, I can't pronounce that guy's name. Can you try it tagliatelle fica. All right, cool. That's. But yeah, that volley was wicked. That's the only thing I take away from this game was like nice. I think I XE putting three goals. I know it's like a t from Greece, but like I feel like I feel like they could come out like dominant performance. Maybe they come out second out this group take in like a at instead of benefit. What do you think that's that's basically what I think too, like benefit is a story team good team. But at the same time I can see this young team of acts, you know, beating them getting them getting to that second place spot. And I will say that basically, aka Athens won the Greek league this past year. So they're nothing to fuck with and benefit came in. Second, I think in the Portuguese. League behind Porto or vice versa. I can't ever remember, but basically all care. Yeah, right. Basically, all we know is that buyer Munich is gonna go through number one. Yeah, we wanted to that buyer with a dominant, viscous beneficial. Gut let it go ski with a goal, ten minutes in Renato Sanchez, mice back. Can we say his time Swansea really developed as a player? Can I can I say that if it makes you feel better like like, I'm, I can't believe he's back in playing in the Champions League, like what a fucking turnaround couldn't even get a bench spot on swans. But now he's playing in the Champions League with Byron, excuse me, something doesn't add up here. Yeah, I mean, maybe because he actually has talented around him now. That's true. Okay, that's that's very true. I, I'll talk facts facts. Just bidding booking facts. Poor small, Kevin, there's do they're coming up. They're coming back to the next year card is going to leave immediately. One Welsh team. It's, you know, the essay is ranked, so they need at least one Welsh team each year because it's just like, you know, they'll there's probably some braces of her. I don't know. Like I don't even know what they would call that. Like when English Welsh are like discriminate discriminating would just be discrimination. I think so. I think so. I mean, it's a like a locational racism. Is that a thing are discrimination by where you won't care, but isn't that real graphic discrimination, racism? I don't. I don't know. All right. What if we have anyone who's English, please hit us up on our Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, this is my quick plug. Atlanta's podcast at underscore podcast for Twitter, the Facebook American scuffing soccer listener like what is that called is a racist visit. Discrimination is just fucked up just. Have you did this fucked up? Like how fucked up? Let us know. Beautiful, beautiful, plug, beautiful transition. And I'm excited to see the responses. One last thing about Byron, I fuck with their new coach, Niko, Kovac. So fucking hard like it looks like an entirely new Byron team like it looks like the barn of the old is kind of back. And even though they're playing with four players who are older than the coach, this team seems to have that enthusiasm and that fun mentality going forward and playing the game. So I'm excited to see how well by do this year, get a bunch of veterans around you this, what you need. You know, they always say the NBA like, that's why LeBron stacking up on the Lakers. He's gonna go win. Right. People could say that that's not true at all. That's not true at all. All right. Moving on to a league team beating Premier League team, have we been wrong all this time? Is it not a bunch of farmers in the league Martin? Aw, maybe not Lee on Monaco and Paris, but everyone else is a farmer. Okay. All right. So I, I saw that argument on Twitter. Someone was like, all right, take your side. We'd be a Liverpool beef be achieved with Leon mid city, the winner of the Premier League liberal cylinder of league. So which side like what? What's what's it gonna be. And of course it was like the second place versus the first place and then vice versa for the other match. So this was a good test for Manchester City. I thought, and they failed miserably. Did you know they lost their last four Champions League matches. They lost this weekend, like as Manchester City tale spinning a little bit right now or is going to be able to right the ship because both these goals that Leon scored did not like typical goals that city that I know and hate would ever give up under pet Gordy Ola. It might be like a champions hangover bright now. They're so like I like they seem really like lethargic. Almost like flat-footed, United mean coming out and it was at the idiot, which only had forty thousand people there was that's makes me. There is fifteen thousand open seats. Like what the fuck. I wanna go there like min city was like a a championship favorite in the odds came out today that they're not anymore. What she might might place that their aunts lowered. So I mean, just can just say, that's, that's like one of those reasons that I hate Manchester City of part from their team itself. Like if you wanna call yourself a team and this is the Champions League opener and you wanna call yourselves real fans and a real team. And yet you face the second place team in France. In the Champions League opener at the t. head and you had fifteen thousand empty seats like no wonder, people made fun of you. You plastic ass fans actually start going to games in supporting your team. If you wanna be taken seriously, come. The fuck on Manchester City fans is Manchester a real sports down. Just kidding. Well, I, I will say though that what's his name? Memphis. Why said on his Instagram story after the game that Manchester is still red, and I got a warm fuzzy feeling. I never thought really should have traded him. I was just like, yes, yes, Memphis. Get that hate out of you. I was. So you're just six midnight. You're just like really was just heart of shit, just. Just so get a, you're like, yes, Memphis. There's any type of Manchester City. Hey, you just like you got up, which you know, again, I think is our city are fucking world class. The whole squad. I their dislike, you know, maybe teams are figuring them out, you know, when you have like seven of the same players all playing like the midfield, you know, like like maybe it's like, oh, yeah, like kinda got, I don't know. But Leo it is a fun team to watch is he got the other notes. I really think like the cure. I think you're in clubs like Salvador at the mouth flick, why should have got hit. Like I know like every team though link with Chelsea, Liverpool is they've gotta be gunning for him in the January transfer window. Don't you think like why the hell? Not dude. I mean they have a, what's his name that Brazilian midfielder has even started for Liverpool yet who the Sabine. Yeah. Yeah. Like data's have like their second team is so good, like Shaquille res out. I mean, I think finally liberal was so much death that that's like. The, they're finally like, all right, like we could like like rest players now satellite force of trying to say, oh, yeah. I mean in the Liverpool past add some fantastic players on their first team. But after that it was just dog shit. And like you said, this is funny Liverpool team, and I think we talked about this like way early in the summer where you look at their starting eleven compared to the ones that are on the bench. And both teams are just fan, fucking tastic. Teams filled with lead players. I was just like, well, God damn and man if they had faquir if they add publicity to their ranks, like what? The fuck, man, chill leave some for the rest of us. Yeah, it's just like. Get fat will hall dislodged. Right. All right. Kevin, what kind of bullshit as expression is that that you're making up now? It's your funeral are a often Heim versus just so fucking much. I, I know you do. All right, hope time. I don't get whatever. What are your by mean? I watch this game either. So just, yeah, I, I don't have anything. Are you lost? Did not watch the game at all. It doesn't really matter because I doubt that other these things are going to make it through to g. All right. That was easy group Geel, jeez, ryava. Drid of winning three nil new Roddy. No problem. I mean, dare fail with the most Gareth bale just like sprinting down, right? I forget like Gareth bale is like the fastest player of the world, and he reminds me every time it's go with the goal before. Sorry, I skipped. This goes how I don't know how I posted it today on her Instagram, Facebook in our Twitter is goes free kick, which just it just does it for me man, like, like, you know, when you finally meet a girl and you're like, cheetahs does it for me. It's like, yeah, just this. This free kick just does it for. Me. I just watching Messier free kick the day before and then watching east coast for kick like the the six to midnight reaction just happened to me again, when I saw he's like, fucking love, go. I think this team is going to be all right without Rinaldo. But I think the most important goal of the day was the ninetieth medical by Marianna Real Madrid's new number seven, and it was another belter. Every single one of these goals were just fucking incredible goals and were super important, not just for the team itself and the victory, but for each individual can bail pickup and all those slack, yes, he fucking can't can marry on the new number seven live up Tex mctavish ins like we'll see. It looks like he can is east goes still going to be able to wreak havoc in the midfield motherfucking. Yes, he can get deliver perfect balls. The bail, yes. Yeah, get. And so you know life. With out Rinaldo and without the day doesn't seem that bad in the Champions League that long legal might be another story, but Real Madrid always seems to just get at least three times better when they play in the Champions League, I don't get it. I don't know. She's like king state king. You have made Real Madrid stays reality dread at. I mean for this kid Marietto to take the number seven from not ticket from run out of claim it for himself and just a fucking score is this Champions League debut? I don't know. You probably played like when the shit games last year. But like me the score on the opening championship game for this year. In the number seven, I there head of his Real Madrid fans, but like, oh, we didn't leave like quake, right? Like, wait, wait, we thought it was vent this. All right, but this this, this guy. Mary on, oh, like his career is is really shaky at Real Madrid. If you look at him, he was on Real Madrid as youth on then. He was actually traded to Leon for the past year, and now he's come back taking the. Honorable number seven from Rinaldo, and he opens up his account in Champions League with the belter. So I'm pretty damning president by Real Madrid as a team and individually, but what are the realistic expectations for Madrid, this campaign? How far do you see them going. I can see somebody finals. That's not crazy. That's that's where I'm at right now too. I mean, I know friend of the show, Anthony show will say like they're gonna win their fourth in a row, but let's let's let's relax. Like we don't think Real Madrid, gonna win it this year. But I mean, fair shout. They definitely have a, you know, I think you know these. 'cause it was the big question was like, we're the goal is gonna come from wealth lease Acklin. We saw that this laya fuckin- Hattie on Roba. So do you think Romo is going to be get out? You think they're gonna be alright against these pleasant in Moscow? I don't know. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely get my talking points of the pleasant to to draw was yes, k. Moscow. Yeah, not go are going through the group for shirt. So yeah, I, I don't think Roma has any reason to be worried Roma's still a damn good team. So I still see Real Madrid Roma going through and then who knows how is gonna do because again, they've lost another critical player so I could see them, you know, trudging along for a couple rounds, but knock getting past the quarterfinals. Yeah, so fucked pleasant Moscow. They drew, but who cares. I I, they all have scary names. All the players scored crib. Chapped love LeSage. Like they also be fighting rocky, like the new sequel or creed you'd. I mean like Yagi Drago did their own the mom, the Russian mom. I'm pretty sure like CS gay Moscow and Lokomotiv Moscow or extensions of the mom. Can I say that. That without being murdered by Russian, the only person listening right now is Jeff Bezos or whatever, whatever's name. So it's a Israeli listened again, moving onto group age group, hell Valencia, eventers run of. I mean, we don't even have to talk about peonies brace, doughy thing that we really need to talk about is run out his red card him. I right. Yeah. I mean, peon got two penalty goals. So I mean their goals, but for God's sakes, the entire nation world universes, looking at the Rinaldo red and in my opinion, saying what the ever living Faulk rubbing someone's head is red cord. That was the most bullshit read that odd seen in a long time yet. I've seen some bullshit reds, Joey. Yeah, that's that's definitely up there. So Martin VAR what's up. No, not via yard appeal. It appeal it to the court and. VAR's your auto, are your honor Serb, but that's exactly what they're going to do though. Appeal it to the Champions League, whoever the fuck appeal to, and I think that it should be overturned. I don't know if it will because this is kind of dominated event is in, we're in all the new news cycles. So I just thought that was the dumbest fucking decision by the ref and and to see how much soccer football means to Rinaldo and how much is new team needs to him. Like he goes off the pitch crying, like I mean, one soft but to passionate passionate, just like, fuck this is why loves soccer like this? Is those. These are those moments that you can't explain like his crying on the pitch because he got sent off. He's crying yet because he loves US. TV loves his players, runs guy, row just loves them, and it's just what it's it was just a horrible sight to see. Him crying in the tunnel on everything. So I really hope that this a red card gets overturned because I genuinely think that's the worst red guard that I've seen in the past couple of years, like whoever the ref was check yourself bitch. Yeah, it kind of felt like he just like, you know, like back in the day when he saw a little kids like Pat him on the head like, hey sport, like, you know, like good job out there. Exactly exactly those such bullshit of I love that you have a note here that says, can't you vent has beat United without Renaldo, Lauren. Yes, like I know, I know, but you got to think not just a team shape, but you gotta think like, you know, Rinaldo is gone. So everybody said, so, maybe event is will be a lot of sad boys when they come play United at Old Trafford or you know, he gets his red card appealed and plays Old Trafford end once again hurts United at Old Trafford as he usually does. I mean, I think you've at this was fine before Renato. The just, you know, go to another level with him. So I think before they could be United, I think if for not does get it appealed, I think they will deathly United. I'm not about saying to be shitty. I think that this would be like, man you to nil would be arsenal six nail. So so I'm just telling you trying to not be addicted, but like I'm just trying to be fair, untold agreements, mild fucking like emotional bullshit saying, hey, there's a chance the goes down. There's cheers. Cheers. You have a puncher shot. You have like if you just land that one punch. Right. You have a chance. That's what I'm saying on. We have at least a chance, you know, who didn't have a fucking chance against United. The young boys of bird Swiss champions. Nice transition. Thank you. I do what to say. What before we get into this game, I saw something on the social media's where it's like when you're trying to find a Streep, you're tried to stream young boys. It's like or trying to find the soccer three, but he put voice sucks. Genuinely made me uncomfortable because it's not on Fox Sports because fog late report. We talked about that yesterday, so I was on breaded and shit. I was just like, okay, and nita's search for Manchester United versus young boys and just typing it out. I was just like. If if people didn't know what I was searching like there would be some serious questions like, I'm sorry, Swiss Switzerland. Y'all should consider a name change. It's not nineteen forties anymore. Young boys of Berne. That's kind of Pedo ask. Yeah. I mean, especially living here in Philadelphia at the recent Catholic church. Babble that whole thing? Yeah, the whole spotlight. If you have seen that movie in Pennsylvania, it's it's been spotlight here of, so let's fucking game Podesta with Paul. Boom, it's it's great to see poked performing at his World Cup caliber, which is cool to say. Now it's like it's like it's like, is it World Cup winning punk or not? So it's like two different sides in. It's a really, really awesome this e that he's like really performing, like liquid Popa excels. It makes me so excited. It gets me so happy. Oh, yeah. And I, I love that we can say, is World Cup punk but or no, like that. Just that that just makes me so happy pub. Boom is officially back. His first goal I thought was absolutely brilliant. He just rolled it to his left foot with like four or five defenders standing around him and then rocketed into the top left corner. And then tire game. He was just finding passes and and was doing what he was brought into. So I'm I'm fucking stoked and this is this is my personal opinion. I do not think Jose Marino should shovel this formation up. I think this is the formation that works best for Manchester United, having Papa and Fred and match in the midfield, and then you have marshy. Al rash, verd- lukarco upfront high. I think that top three of rashy do Kaku marshy. Al is just fantastic and better than any other type of starting up. Don't put Matta up. There don't put Sanchez up. They're gonna put guard up there. Let new coffee that Centerman to the two quick rash Vard's marshals on the outside and it worked brilliantly against granted. It was against young boys, but shit don't switch up formation. I mean, you gotta pay the troll toll to get to the voice whole. Am I right. That's very true. Thank you, Frank. I, I have not watched the new season of always sunny yet, and it's really pissing me off because everyone I'm trying to avoid spoilers. But like. Anyway, shell to date, man and always sunny. Like, dude, I got like so excited for you guys. Arshi all starting Litz book a go, and he looked great, and and he was smiling at point. So that's, that's promising. I'd like such a serious face. It's like weird. He has like is serious face, like dude, like kidney, like any like chill out. Like please, it's the guy at the party, like dude, just have a beer like just please like you're being like way too stuck up right now. I don't know. It's the damn French's. Men Marchelle looks super pissed off all the time, the dodgers hair blue and you know what? Finally, it's working for Manchester United and one more personnel heaps praise on wrote quick. Before we end this podcast is DO go Deloitte the seventeen year old Portuguese of rightback played for the first time this year. And the dude is fucking fantastic. The dude reminds me of Kyle Walker. He reminds me. Me of young Antonio Valencia. The dude is up and attack all the time, and he's playing crosses like here in trip. And then he had a couple of shaky moments a forward from young boys cut too quickly. Any fell in fell on the ground look stupid. But other than that super promising debut for Deloitte and I want this team to stick together moving forward, stop switching up the formations because that is what rates have a team stick with the big gun stick with what works and this team works, and we saw it against the young boys. Hopefully we see it again this weekend and throughout the competition. Exactly. I was very, I felt really good. I perceived back to back wins by Manchester United. Yeah, which is like, you know, it's good to say now like us to be able to say that like all the time, but like seeing back to back wins for manned you. It's like, you don't like as much as like, man, you like a rival to arsenal of with. Soccer is Premier League is better when Manchester United is good. You know what I mean? When you have this blue bloods staple franchises were mentioned. United has been the face of the Premier League for the past lake over almost three decades. Now, it's good to see them doing well, you see what I'm saying. Oh, yeah. And I feel like I feel like every time I watch manches knotted I am concerned and it was no different this game always concerned that there is going to be a problem. We talked about it yesterday where it almost seems that had certain part in the game they tend to switch off. So if you not in fixes that aspect of it and boost the defense, and I think United can eventually get a pretty damn far into this competition and in the domestically really challenge for the title, everything just needs to be tightened up because you're not. They were on a downward fall for the past three years for years. And this this season did not start off area. Well, but these past two, three weeks, it's showing the United that can be an, I genuinely fucking hope that it is. Well, I mean, let's go, we'll guys sick. You so much for hanging out with us. For Champions League recap. We voted do this with our Premier Li preview for week six, but we couldn't because we suck talk too much. 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Cristiano Ronaldo

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24:04 min | 2 years ago

Cristiano Ronaldo

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What you see change your perception of sporting events. Get this. Welcome outside the lines. I'm Ryan Smith in for Bob Lee. If that time of year in the NFL a whole host of NFL stars returning from four game force vacations and for the New England Patriots couldn't come soon enough. The league is our big story today. Well, he's things often happened in offseason often unexpected flying under the radar until their impact is felt by the teams missing them players, suspensions, multiple impact players returning this week for hopefully to improve their team's fortunes Fonterra's perfect. Mark Ingram, Thomas Davis, Jimmy Smith, and one very important. Prodigal son returning to Foxborough tonight. Julian Edelman suspended four games for PD us because of injury element hasn't played since the patriots beat the falcons in Super Bowl, fifty one patriots wide receivers. This year ranking twenty-seventh in receptions and twenty nine th and receiving yards. Think Tom Brady is happy to get a security blanket back. His Instagram says. So. Focus the gang's all here. Now for the pats gronk expected to play, Josh Gordon one game in and you want more intrigued by the way they're taking on the colts the first game hosting them, those rivals, the colts since deflate gate. Oh, it's on and Foxborough tonight going to be interesting. We had to bring on three times Super Bowl, champion and ESPN NFL analyst. Darren Woodson to break this all down. Okay. So you know, my friends who are patriots fans, they're looking at coming back. These other guys set for element. Oh, it's going to be great, twelve hundred yards, ten staff. They're going to dominate, but these guys don't always come back hitting the ground running. No, it takes some time. It takes some time to get the rhythm back, especially at the skill position because there's concern automatically instantly and the coaches. No, this is the concern is the soft tissue injuries that you have. So you try to take it easy. When a guy gets back, you don't want to have the hamstrings. You don't want to have the pool, casts a Killys injuries. Wanna take your time to get these guys back in the mold. So the timing may not be there. And there's one thing to say be said about working out on your own, trying to simulate what you see on football field as opposed to when you get back on the field and there's moving targets guys that are trying to take shots at you. It takes time to get back into rhythm of the football game. Perfect Smith ingress Davis settlement. Who do you think's gonna have the biggest impact. Look gills is a guy right now. I know Julian element didn't play in two thousand seventeen. Then he had the injury and suspension and all, but the timing that he's had along the way, Tom Brady a guy who's expecting, like you said, his grandpa said it all focus, and that's going to be his guy and they've, there's been a lot of attraction to gronk it trying to take gronk out of the way. Now you're going to see Julian Edelman matched up on number two. Number three, cornerback they're going gonna take advantage of the middle of patriots fans. I know hope so. So you're talking about injuries as well. You know, this is the time of year round week four where we see guys starting to miss practice. We saw that recently with marshawn Lynch, he doesn't really miss other guys, like Peterson, you've got the colts tonight. Seven guys out there top wide receiver and running back what happens with players around this time of year. An injuries seems like there's an uptick and it's it's sort of normal. I mean, I know the numbers a little bit extreme this year, but it's sort of normal about this time of the year. We're have taken on a lot of people. I didn't lot of these players. They didn't go through preseason ties in preseason us. That's what you get battle-hardened. That's when you take on those shots and you have to overcome some of those injuries and then your body's right now, it's time to go out about how they don't wanna play, of course, wants to play a preseason because that's extra games Xtra wear and tear, but that's where you're normally get that battle hartness that that's why Jimmy Johnson was coach of the Dallas Cowboys eat always talk about how do I get you guys ready to start the season in ready to go and get past all the soft tissue injuries and get past all those. And you see t TY Hilton. He probably didn't play a lot of snaps in preseason. Now he has a hamstring for net. Another guy didn't play a lot in a pre-season, and now you're seeing some of those soft tissue injuries and knows normally attributed in that time in a preseason when you when you had guys playing a lot more than it sounds like that rough medicine. You just want to take, but you gotta you gotta take as part of it. Okay. Let's talk about. You talked about some of the numbers as well. Let's talk about some interesting numbers that are coming out. I know everybody's been talking about penalties this year. Kevin safer right here at ESPN wrote a very interesting article, but a legal contact penalties. They are up threefold this year as compared to last year. I mean, we're talking about twenty four this year at this time thirty eight all of last year. What message is this sending to play? Well, listen, it's an opposite game, and I think that's the message that the defense is our understanding throughout the league and the teams by Zimmer for, for instance, in Minnesota teaching his guys about illegal contact basically, reteaching the game as far as the Cornerbacks down the field and especially down the field, getting your hands off a guy's, making sure that you're over the top instead of trailing players. I mean, you have to reteach these guys now coaches across the league or have to reteach their defensive backs down the field, get your hands off a player. If you were planning today, how do you talk to your guys? You're a team leader, how you talked to your guys about how to approach this kind of situation because we've heard everything from guys complaining a guy saying, look, it's part of the job. How would you look at it if you're in the lockers part of the job because the referee. Are going to call it the way they're going to call it and you're sort of you're going to know Ryan going to the game. I remember Bill Parcells telling us which referee cruise, we're going to call certain things. And if you play in a game where a certain referee crew is probably going to call those type of penalties downfield, then you have to just to get the the week going into that debt to that performance. But it starts with the fundamentals and the teams right now don't have enough time practice time to get those. Those that work in. They can't teach a lot of the fundamentals of how to keep her hands off and how to be over the top because it's so the practices are so time. They just don't have enough time to teach those type of things. So we're going to continue to see that uptick because referees are gonna call. All right. I know defenders aren't going to like it, and I know you don't like it still don't like you gotta do your job. Right. All right, Dan, thank you so much. National. He's not just arguably the world's greatest soccer player according to ESPN fame, one hundred. He's the world's most famous athlete, but this morning he's under criminal investigation reopened in Las Vegas by a woman who alleged he sexually assaulted her in two thousand nine seen here arriving for practice this morning at his club event this it was announced Portugal's World Cup captain was left off that country's national team for the next two games. There coach didn't say if the absence is related to the assault investigation and even defended Rinaldo character during the announcement, but the timing of the exclusion certainly telling according to a complaint filed by the lawyer of Catherine my orga, the soccer star is salted her in a hotel room acclaimed she reported to police at the time. Eventually my orga and rely Rinaldo agreed to an out of court settlement with my orga signing a nondisclosure agreement and receiving three hundred seventy five thousand dollars, but she claimed she was coerced into the agreement. She. Like most people. I had the feeling that wealthy famous person somehow or another would be more credible or believed or be able to. Would be perceived as more. Truthful or whatever. Then her Rinaldo denied the allegations and his Instagram live post after thirties, announced they were reopening the case against him, fake fake news, the Yana promote by my name, it's normal. They wanted to want to be famous to say my name. Certainly explosive claims here. Thank goodness. We have Sam Borden ESPN global correspondent with us. You've been all over the story. Now we're just getting into the details of this. It's just coming out that the investigation was reopened. What are the most important things we need to know about this case? Right. I think there's a couple of things. One. This is an allegation that's from nine years ago, so it's not like it happened last week. There is questions about documentation, the police investigation, why it didn't go further the first time through why didn't it. I mean, that is an issue that Katherine my orders, lawyers have raised. They don't quite understand why it didn't one of the contentions they make in their civil suit. Is that Renaldo, in addition to sexual assault in Katherine, my Oregon had a team of fixers. They referred to that essentially put pressure on her to make that settlement and also may have impeded the initial investigation. Okay. Part of the claim here it seems that he had all this power. She was concerned about going up against that. Now he has been. Fighting this. This is not something that just came up recently. This is a story that a German newspaper put out quite some time ago. Yeah. So the initial impetus for the story came from a website called football leaks, which is equivalent to WikiLeaks. It's an organization run by anonymous computer hackers largely that have uncovered sensitive documents in global soccer. Most of them had to do with financial stuff contracts, but this sort of like WikiLeaks exactly. Just like WikiLeaks. This was the most. You know, the biggest allegation that they uncovered. The biggest situation they uncovered. I think it's important to recognize that it's not just a civil situation that they're dealing with your. There's a criminal investigation and in Nevada, sexual assault can be a life sentence crime. So there is a criminal jeopardy that we're all the could be facing as well. And there were a lot of questions here, right. There was a concern about the statute of limitations, but she actually contacted police as I understand it right in two thousand nine. When she says this occurred? Yeah, they her attorney say that the statute of limitations isn't an issue because the investigation began right after the incident happened. She reported it to police the investigation and their minds has been ongoing this entire time. Now it's reopened with vigor if they find something that's worth charging Rinaldo four, they can do that. So obviously investigations take time. We know this. It doesn't happen overnight. What do we expect to happen next? Has there been any timetable or any statement from beliefs? So Catherine, my orders, attorneys have said that she has already spoken with Vegas police twice since this new revelation has come to light, they expect that she will cooperate more. They're planning to turn over all the documents that they received from football leaks to Las Vegas police, and it seems reasonable to expect that an investigation would include some kind of interview with Rinaldo. He is hired Las Vegas-based attorneys represented a lot of famous athletes, Bruno Mars. Lindsay Lohan pretty much anybody that's come through Vegas has gotten. In trouble he's been involved with. And so it's pretty clear when all the recognizes there's a long game to be played here. This is not going away anytime soon. You know, high profile allegations, high profile lawyer, as you mentioned, looks like this is going to take some time to sort out. Hopefully you'll come back with us as developments happen, Sam. Thank you so much. Absolutely. No problem. All right. Coming up the story of a baseball star's journey from World Series glory, the devastation hitting his hometown. If you're a smoker, you know, switching isn't easy. You've tried vapes and e cigs. They just didn't deliver the satisfaction you expected, but jewel is different. It's not an e cigarette, it's vapor product that actually satisfies plus jewelers simple to use and there's no cigarette ash? No lingering odor as a smoker. You expect a certain nicotine experience, right jewel delivers give jewelry. Try check out j. u. l. dot com. Slash sports switch and be satisfied. Yes, you can do both warning this product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical. Here's more stuff that matters. Alabama's Nick Sabin is once again, the highest paid head coach in college football, earning a whopping eight point three million dollars this year. The man who made Bama a perennial championship contender, not afraid to speak his mind. As we know he showed that yesterday at a press conference dressing down the type student body, not showing up the games. I can honestly say I was a little disappointed that there weren't more students at the last game. So I think we're trying to address that. I don't think they're entitled anything either. I and me personally, I think it ought to be first come first serve and if they don't wanna come to the games, I don't have to come, but I'm sure there's enough people around here to like to go to the games, wind light for him to come to because they support the players. So I've never said anything about that before. You know, when I first came here, he used to play that tradition thing up there, and everybody was cheering excited and happy, and there was great spirit high. Now they don't even share. They introduce our players. Nobody even cheers. Here you coach and the US Justice department chart seven, Russian military intelligence officers with hacking anti-doping agencies this morning, the indictment says, Russian military intelligence, known as the jar. You targeted those publicly supporting a Russian, a ban on Russian athletes and international sports competitions, and those condemning Russian state sponsored doping. The world champion Houston Astros are back in the thick of it. They kick off their bid to repeat as champs tomorrow at home against the Indians, but for their all star shortstop Carlos Correa the playoffs hold complicated memories. The thrill of victory. Yes, but also the tragedy of hurricane Maria striking his home of Puerto Rico last year after the World Series career was able to return home to survey the damage to his homeland. Here's BUSTER only with an excerpt from the Sunday's sixty. After the World Series Correa finally had the chance to go see the island for himself. Number twenty. Second, two thousand seventeen two months after hurricane, Maria hit Puerto Rico. My pat. I get them. I guess I'm gonna see what happened to my hometown. Linens. Anything. Betty. Yeah. This is the first chance that you seen the damage in daylight. What's been your reaction. It's crazy to see how how you laugh what the Rigo so beautiful. And now you know, the trees are all down and just not the same, you know, sadness and people's faces. People lost everything. And then I walked to my neighborhood, any self paced flag start. No lie. No powers is this crisis. The following afternoon Carlos goes the visit. The only ballpark in his hometown. Where he trained as a kid with his father. We're local fans used to come, watch him work out after he became star. This is where where I got better every single day. So it means. I mean, I see it as as their ballpark were caught us. Korea was. Was made up bigly play. Expecting to to see that ballpark. Just a ballpark feel how I left the, oh, my. He's very quiet. He would think that he was just absorbing it all in. In. On sad. Fest was all the way around. It was hard to watch him see how his childhood memories destroyed now. Have a ballpark anymore. I'm chucked. I'm Chuck that. Same as I left it a year ago. I can't even hit here anymore. If I wanted to have my offseason workouts in the same ballpark. I've always done it. I couldn't do it anymore. No. Rain is a pretty special place for this. Seth see once strike pants. That's hit high in the air field. Say. On the last day of his visit home Carlos hosts a festival with the people of Santa Isabel. To give back. He'll. To begin the long process of rebuilding the place that built him. Emme. He's so passionate about these people in his roots. Everything he does when it comes to baseball on life, he always does it for Puerto Rico. Everybody's hopeful families alive. I family healthy at rise, rebuilding. Be back to where he was before. I see spirits of of every single person here. It's about that. In the year, following hurricane Maria, two hundred thousand Puerto Ricans have left the island, and although power and water had been restored to ninety nine percent of the remaining residents. Forty, five thousand homes are still waiting for government aid. You could see more on this story and Carlos Koreans efforts in Puerto Rico, this Sunday morning on east sixty coming up. Next happy days are here again in the NHL. 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There hasn't been an NBA game in the emerald city in ten years, and Katie was in his rookie year with the Sonics coverage starts ten PM eastern with NBA countdown, both by the way available on the ESPN app. You can watch anyway. Well, hockey is back while I'm sure some of you are saying it is rest. Assured hockey fans have been waiting for October for a long, long time, especially in Washington. You can tell by the long long time, the Stanley Cup champs took to raise their banner at their banner raising ceremony. We're talking three tribute videos, none of which included former head coach Barry trots by the way effectively erased from the celebration. But much respect goes to the caps for their Stanley Cup summer. Perhaps unintentionally get marketing one, one players being themselves. Having fun brings fans to the game and the NHL thankfully is catching on checkout. Last year's other Cup finalists. The Golden Knights. Apparently having a great fun for that seventies sitcom, happy days so much. So they did their own version to a t.. Monday, wednesday. Tonight. Some. Gotta love it. The only thing missing from all this by the way, you know who, what are you? He a fuzzy are inch creature. Because the league's new breakout star is just everywhere. Maybe even with his flyers in Vegas tonight. So big gritty. He even got this photo with his new best friend Geir that's pretty on the left and the attention to this furry phenomenon is helping bring hockey into the collective consciousness. Sure. Fans won't show up at games just for him, but it's a start to wake people up to the fun of this great game. And I gotta tell you that kind of publicity is all good. So let's keep it up NHL by the way. Keep it right here and it fell. Live coming up next more on elements. Come back.

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AP Headline News Jan 10 2019 20:00 (EST)

AP Radio News

04:00 min | 1 year ago

AP Headline News Jan 10 2019 20:00 (EST)

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Serie Awesome: Are Napoli Coppa Italia Favorites?

ESPN FC

55:36 min | 4 months ago

Serie Awesome: Are Napoli Coppa Italia Favorites?

"It. It's. Awesome podcast and went back for the second show after the restart. The League in the world that is the Italian be of course, the Games having kicked off, but we have so much about when it comes to the Talia. It was an interesting games and was we do have those final coming up. I'm meteorologist as ever. I'm joined by the numbly Nikki Vandini. Forget about Gab Mal quasi that salt with you. GALS. This. You know what you all of the? into the showed. One for each of us that we. This week. Anyway. So sure about how exciting you've a walls, but in general, we know there's a very exciting final coming up in between the not what was the issue to play each other in twenty twelve, but it was a Maddie at the time of. Day On we know what happened in contains some trophies at great, but I wanted to talk to you about this one in the sense that I'm so many issues on and I think of heated terrific job. I'm so happy which the final we know that histories mountains. We know that Renaldo Mr Penalty. How'd you see this one going? I I got top start. Talking about. UVA. Because I think in some ways that's more. That's more interesting and we'll talk about a minute, but. As I see it as it came right question socks. You'll create your own go on. How we see a going right and I think nobody. Questions fine. We got some time. I think Napoli's pretty basic. I mean returning a pretty basic performance. License conceded a bunch of chances and I. Think you've is more interesting because there's more I think there's more permutations that for you. Know I accidentally? It work I if it wasn't DDR. The way was billed. Maybe I would have liked it more if it was. A Dr, developed lesser the middle. But. It was Costano suit middle. Why he did this. Because we kind of established it, it doesn't work. On, what did you need they? Had A really poor. Game but beyond that I don't. He's not built to play center forward in the system and I. think that I don't think he's built SPACEX villainous system I. Don't think he has I think that's. is of great question, but he's not in his best suits because I think he needs copy something different. If that's what he used Renault system is still. Looks like it sort of way to trying to do what he wants to nominate and. Like now there is not Greece man he's a better player entries. He has far more in his office but he is not the same stylistic history mountains. He's not gonNA. Give you that exactly. What Mac for Matins in the semi finals, not at thirty five. Five. Before. Basically saying that. This is the reason why they were so poor event without because they started off. If you started up for any would have been in that role I wanted to. Quickly which I just think, he's an interesting subplot. That's going to play out in the next few weeks as we talk every season about how our now this season slow. This comes up every year. People highlight how he doesn't smoke goes just. Are. We going to see that again? Are we going to see out actually you give them a mid-season? Break has the same thing. He takes time to get rolling to be a huge like subplot. There's got a massive impact on the tighter way. Put if this is actually a thing, if is something in Ronaldo's. Dynamic his physicality that requires him to get rolling A. WE'RE GONNA see that again in terms of what you would just asking me not. I mean this is. There was actually a column in catches. Today Is GonNa Guy Dare Stadiums to DEBA- I mean I. Think he's done it yet. You need to commit to it if that's what you want to try it, but. I. I don't think Bob is the same type of planet. Mountains was the wing. Mountains was very comfortable. The one thing that worked very well for him going to this is very comfortable going straight ahead. He's very comfortable being betsy coping rooms again. We semi final. I don't think D Bhalla. I know he's a similar bill to that. Anything like that intensifies. No, this is my issue with this whole thing I mean. Look I know that resulted in the best game of life yeah. But don't almost find this to be the reason that I'm so upset with the woman's and I, actually very nervous looking ahead. That's not forget that when you page just recently. was at the end of January beginning of February. You know they knew exactly how to cut down the passages play. They knew exactly how to make like Safa. Fool. The front line in the timer was going Kuun Byland Renaldo was going to be at this whole story in the question mount asked about whether or not. This was a luxury to say the three of them. Because you know, do they walk? And, they didn't get a on goal in Faust Hall and I. I still have the same issues that are have. We're developing, but he is very talented I. It's never been about. But sometimes I think. That is Michigan breaking through and just getting in and you pro Rinaldo, who's unfamiliar with the role and Douglas custody goes in and out of the game, never was always wore. If he's going to break, also break himself. Was something going on? And then you've got not midfield with panish sucks. You know I mean as in. You, we know this guy is talented parody, but in. He never brings it when it matters. He didn't bring it against now. In the end of January, I didn't bring it against Milan in the Haya. And my worry is is that you need a Guy Right now? Who Delivers these bulls forward and you? These fronts that a Pathak players and not enough I mean for midfield and I just wonder what's going to happen. I! Think has been tried out of those three players is not a case a case. Douglas custer is the one who is most like working off the Mat installed if he wants to some sense just to speed, but not done bottom now that both of you can't be comfortable using the. By. I think he played the early career. Little Bit chapter danced. at centre forward is that he can't play with his back to goal. And you know if if you're you at some point, you will have stretches of possession, and then it becomes. It becomes really difficult. I don't I just think it's. A huge mistake. To Move Cristiano into the message, Christiane ten other guys right and you move Cristiano into a different role Didn't have a great game at all. On the wing. I'm not saying the perfect solution. It's on a forward, but they've had more success was. As a false nine than John as a real nine. I just wondered whether you need to play the three or that was man bearded mount on the bench, playing with his phone throughout the match which a lot of. Good going right. He obviously knows the system. Using Argentina he had his issues. Spring up the fitness. Thing because that's what we always do with being, but Meena do you have any idea, is he? Is He capable of starting? This game is. So He's definitely out for this game. Okay can I talk. then. What if you don't go with the front three? What if you? You. Just what you do right put somebody in the whole put Rinaldo Renaud going developed front. And, then you go back to bed, Nebraska. Shirt. It's vendetta because sometimes, I, just feel like there's a pot of him. That sort of died on the Saudi right I don't know what's. Out into the long list of players. Siamese. Can. Ramsey right? Because, he isn't fake. Again. There's a possibility that it can be Africa's. But again he he's not comfortable paying not role either I mean this is where it comes to light about all the mistakes that we're doing and my feeling is that. I was so excited to this match and I'd come in and I told you guys about this wonderful interview that I had read between she'll be talking about Saudi and so many of them would like how intelligent news and I go to try to almost forgotten the things that annoys me about Saudi, and then I watched the game against me. Mike. What is the same thing over and over again? I throw this out there. So so what you're saying is logistically the permutations right because. You and I agree mean that maybe fronts reason to sing to go so then, but then if you pay diamond, you're not crazy. Ramsey's on the Ramsey plan again, so he's not available. Is there really anybody complain the whole? Well! Here's an idea. What about if you put you Beila in Douglas Kragh stop from. Cristiano. Ronaldo in a Douglas Custody Hole, and then you in your three. Whatever happens I don't want piano bench in for, but I need to. Because you know, we know Napoli's very physical, and they managed to dominate laws. Time Demis accidents in that I would rather have you know. Especially considering didn't get will be office possible. I'd rather have back because I feel like he's less softer than whether the Rambuteau. Financial why this is even on the team they these are the mistakes that continue to be show, not because Ramsey and Rubio have did no extra value to this event to some. So I would like the old back I. Have Forty five by the end of this. I won't deny, would you? Would you drop counters? Yes, absolutely Benton all the way. To catch every game about. Yes! Right things like. As An, I'm so glad that there are room is connecting him to Barcelona. You know they love depreciating asset, so you know meanwhile you. Do Not GonNa. Do this because I don't think he's. Dumbness hasn't done it. You've as far as I. Know and I don't think he's dumbs before, but. Given all the weird foibles team. Might have four four two variant work, a little better with maybe on Christiana side so he can work on that, and then you can put Benton core and. Whichever you've a midfielder offends you less alongside them. Maybe era as we heard from me nuts, and then on the other flank. You put, you can put Douglas, cost. or or or or been or whoever you want, but at least you'd have a little more shape to it. And then you go is go with John and develop front. My Allergies Before but yeah, it's a very pragmatic solution. Nine Gavin Sweetie intelligent, but I mean we know Saudi we know how stubborn he is about trying to pace civic style of play, which continue to go through the middle. Even if they continue to measure us, so I don't think we're gonNA see that I. Mean you have Aldo for a number of years and you have a? A, Code Susan Systems on a start of play I think he'll get there in the end. I just don't have that much time to wait for it so I. think There's going to be full you. We're GONNA, see the same things over and over again and perhaps they'll manage to keep that fetch minutes of play. That excited him so much in the first half. But if we are being listened serious, I mean. Can we really seeing them coming up across the a team that's become so good in the non-possession phase which now put off. and. The event is coming out of this being like. Yeah, we found that that technical power play that managed to Zip Zip puzzle guys when Rinaldo doesn't seem to be across. The region is gonNA. Fall over on no debate. WHO's Katie on over coronavirus in an old repercussions? Because it so. I'm honestly I'm not very optimistic. I would have been optimistic, but was the likely. Committee looking Napoli I mean. Meena. I think correct me if I'm wrong, but you're impressed with the way they played against. Against Dead I think. We. Pretty basic but. It costs then possession. How impressed can you be? Present because actually. You can't be very impressive. Thirty percent possession I think. What was it the integral against the company? You can be very impressed with I wasn't. Especially impressed with With Napa late. I know it was. In the context sucker punch, it was it was what they could have that sort of counterattacking football batting again. It's a very well take go, but frankly from my money on another day and They see economic mildly that he's completely false festival. Another Day Davis doesn't keep them in that game I. Don't think they want because great narrative. They want because the keep a safe. The bunch of chances into one quite as ruthlessly could have been I, didn't think that. I didn't think. I will say this I think this needs to. Be a few times? Probably in the basement had these two games were played by teams that had had less than three weeks. Actual team training together the cuts, individual training, but actually clean training stuff in groups less than three weeks. Of course you're starting to see these teams at the best of the we did. See any of the anything close at best. But. I! Got Battered you know. There was some things like that. Johnson the Franks number of chancellor by teems. Objected may was intense favor. The things about them I thought the maximum which could have atty partnership I mean is on his. Books the more you see, it expected them. The might LASCA Valley Partnership. Can you explain something to me about this? Though because remember like five Capanna We all kind of nodded along. Certainly data's again. Make sense and helping I'm going to say. A, lot of people saying well. The edge is going to go to people who've got smaller lighter, more agile players 'cause. They're going to get fit. quicker and whatever, and until we see the Americans I get. But for cooling Bali a game like when that dude is the size of easy man mountain, right. and. He certainly looked sharper neo even this season. He hasn't been as great as posses by. He looked sharp as as he's ever been maximum, which also not a small human being. And yet they dominated. I is this conventional wisdom. It's just all a bunch of nonsense that we just make assumptions and stuff. Explain things. Since I get into, could Advani always then? I! Sometimes think. Like footballing, because sometimes that people talk about him and Mike. Those say his height is something absurd like six nine. He's not he's like. It was hilarious. 'cause in my pre-game. Lineup Nexta Putin and so when I scroll down, that was a comedic for me between the scientists patio for, but he's big, but he's always been in a boy. He's story. Play much more than Masovic's Mitch. The bunnies genuine. You're welcome back into the. That's because he manages to be extremely light on his feet for that size. He always said impressively Imbo, and so maybe that Sam continent. well. Do. We do agree with you. I just. We've heard so many times especially in Italy rivers obsession with fitness as players that they call guy, they call diesels right the taking longer to get faith, you know they say. Oh, dear is gonNA take longer because he's big and. I don't know it sounds like a good idea, but who the hell knows what these people were doing in lockdown. I think it could even be very random things like emergence has a roof terrace right so. Go out and he lift weights and do burpee. But maybe I have no idea rabbinical bobby's house. Maybe the guys got a giant garden and he's been doing wind sprints I. I mean this kind of makes a difference, right? We knew that the best friends like the very said maybe mentioned has been telling him how trains and now he's just saying exactly the same way, but this is kind of part of the reason why I know okay, so he's not been impressed. y'All saying it's very simple football. and. It is sitting here telling you. Walls by storm Yeah but what I. Impressive about nap, but he's just imagine the narrative is if Kante had of this is and all of a sudden. You see like pretty value back to the by the way he was. Playing a much higher level you know why the of sort of the initial feelings have about him before that he is a good defender, and then you're like. Oh, now they've overpaid fitness. Not You know, and then you look at sort of. In senior on how devoted he is to the end by the way even when I was looking back at like highlights, I was watching. The event is now putting how he was just tussling with Doug coster as well back then trying to get the bull. This is inspired team in many ways in winter a lot side, and it's a team that is always crazy, beautiful play, but never read that officiant front would drive. Drive me insane which swipe at Saint you are demanding Murray of the or they need a strike. What they are under get uses the had less usual, but so good, and then own possession as so actually trying to make the most of any chances they do you know and that seems to be this many at the moment that you feel like could feel safe, so he is not having to control every situation ladies. Ladies standing around all the time like I, felt like he was a before with Manolas next to him. I feel now. He's like okay. I know that he can handle this'll i. can just enjoy on what I do best because I am a wild cost guy and I've got demi in front of me doing a terrific job dress mountains who seem to be so happy being what he is all the time you know. Know, the beloved Chiro and I just think Vance is ready. Get just sort of what he's brought to this team. That's made the difference, so yeah, then not exciting absolutely, but you don't want into had this game in that hand and they slew away so sometimes it's known as being the best team. It's knowing how to read the situations in making the most of your chances, and that's why I was so impressive. I have a big qualified just I do think that something you just talked about that I. Could about looking moss if confident in what he is, there's no question that gets used his simplify things. There were times when on this 'cause set me, I think the best praise fluidity of the system and the coast of having dismissal Much more and I think the system to the Dawson to think life, and sometimes that said may help by. I do think in A. Qualified the United. I find it quite plausible. The Napoli can win this final. I think the plane exactly the way they did against against. Can Walk because what we saw from of two lakes, actually not just as most race on events is that they can get bogged down. They can get very sort of stuck in a mode where they're going to ponder Noah's dividends. Not having that situation has the ability to quick strike to get back. Inside. In terms of when he's to win potentially not salting this I'm not trying to. Disparity! Yeah, it's just that I. think that it's not. It's not. No wheels have been be invented. I just look at it I saw. Inter were much better team over the two legs in Spena made World Class Saves, and we would having this conversation, but I ask them search authority. That's about something. For me in terms of ability, arguably best player Hula Body side Is Five hundred race we saw come on. I'm just wondering. For me! This game against you especially is made for five million. just to give Napoli something different. You can obviously handle the defensive physical side of the Game I. Don't know if he can start because he wasn't slowly say. the, would it be wise for get to the superstitious but? It'd be wise to find a place for the starting eleven right. COULD BE MA NACHO. I think he has to. It depends on the team that he gets his. As the trump began will adjust things depending on what he thinks is more important than possession phase over non-possession phase. I think that the team just doesn't move as well own has any really? Interesting chances going forward goalscoring opportunities without copying Meri's. I think it's his Intelligence is waiting. The lines is just so much better than what they aren't. You have at the moment, so it's important. It just depends on what kind of game is GonNa be a gainst benches on. It's you know I think that's entirely dependent John. I think he's going to focus on possession face, so it's going to be a defensive Armenian fads extends the ball. I'm looking to to anything away that I can minimize space for Ronaldo Co and you know that might mean having to sacrifice Fabio released, and if they find themselves needing goal. That's when you. Send me there would never be inoperative without release right, but it. It is also Yakuza what I like about him so much. Other people hate is neither pragmatist. You know he's not really interested in trying to do you all make missing beautiful side. He's interested in getting the goals and I'm not Riley getting the win. Goes So. It's interesting to see if it has to stop. Start thinking well. I. I don't know what is fitness was like against against inter? Maybe that's why can start. Maybe it was the fact that lest we forget, there was a I like to this game Napoli. Aren't home there one a lot? They know in draft to attack on. Maybe you could in a little bit another another defensive midfielder, and you look to hit on the break and the This game against you starts at nil-nil and I think it'd be madness if For him not to start. Shall we wrap this with some predictions? Are you, GonNa. MAKE ME GO I. Missile say much. I don't think either one of these teams played well and yet we're the. They're both in the final so I'm GonNa Lean you just because. You're usually proven right But yeah, I, I'll go with with a narrow win here. You say before you. Go back ABS- logic is is totally sound, but I'm just GONNA pick. Napoli, thank you. I'll pick it because hey. Trees Mountains. Just the came in, and he said this just came nappies these old time top scorer, so another madden's gold decide a game between C team in about a lovely message from Gig or Mondo. Monitor donors well rock leader. and has agents. I'm. It's interesting because I identify teams I. Go by coaches and I actually been. You've got to get the result than daddy right so I think it's not pretty as well okay. Let's talk about into. They have some dory coming up to play. This is the game that they. They didn't manage to pay before lockdown sausage. And, obviously, we knew that they were the better sightings. Now I think agreement that they had to the betty game. I think there was some interesting things to take away from. That has mostly about now dot Martinez in his performance in general in that game What you guys think about I mean. Do you think that they can seriously challenge for the title and how much? Now that. He felt that he paid. You know wait. A good game ended up losing to get Souza's Napoli. Feels because he told us he. says. He's happy. Happy about losing but There's nothing can say about the performance. I am broadly speaking. He's right. Inter created much better chances that said. You know. Women Expression Italy about a guy wearing Salami over his over his eyes. Tank nor as point the. was really really poor. In this game Lukaku wasn't great either, but in some ways it's also. The way, the come to place with those two everything is so coordinated that one one person is isn't quite making the right runs the other guy sufferers as well I easy conclusion to jump to. Is that You know? He's got Barcelona on his mind and that's playing badly. I don't really buy that explanation. At all now, obviously I think he just mornings twenty three years old from lockdown three months. It's loud that interest to play well because he's still even if he wants to go to Barcelona. He needs to negotiate a contract with them. And also since we know that Barcelona has all sorts of financial issues, and they'll probably have to come up with some kind of package of was cash. How much he impresses I think between now in the season will also determine how much Barcelona are willing to stump up with him. Because we know what the number is interested. Knock on diversion that number. One, hundred, ten million, but obviously if you've got players in the value of the players is subjected so Barcelona be willing to park with better is because they're being boxes, not making so much better. I. Don't to think the do just had a bad game because it was a long time after lockdown in, and hopefully he's you know. He's not not because Barcelona. Well. That's interesting. The key Jews feel that this is just a a one bad game. When you look at the fact that it wasn't that great against Juventus before lockdown Wasn't that great in the Taddeo in the. League. Is this market. Is this just a product of his age that he's not going to be? The most consistent actually has to do with Boston owners that you're in and out of games when you're little bit in China prove yourself. Or is that. I think. That now like I'm not making sweeping judgments game, just not not individual plants. I think you've got to give time and see how things are looking in a few weeks odiously, it's going to be talked about I. Think one thing that does sometimes get undressed major with things like this is how it can almost become south. Afraid Prophecies if you keep. The media constantly on this one player in town. He's not that he upset. Dictation distributed come so intense than the pressure to do something intense, and that does affect by sometimes different different issues that affect some. I think More interested out of this game. In the first appropriate ration- I guess of the Christian Erickson said I mean that's sort of what we've been waiting for. Is the idea that contains financing time to integrate Eric Sam had an amazing style of going straight. Mukunda old more mazing is I think us. Tottenham van about Christine Eric's choas Thursday nights as he won't get a bus pass. Matt Away to introduce himself. Why don't you guys thank you? We are impressed by our game. Do you think it is going to? Be The model for intern from him for what you think. I thought it was interesting that you know. The changes from action to accommodate Erickson. He played three four one to. we played it moon the whole. He had a lot of latitude donald sending out there were times when he came back in sort of. WAS DEEPER THAN BRAS RICH to pick up the goal so. He clearly, he clearly gave Ericsson license in this game. I still think the best version of Erickson and we've seen puts Chino do. This is a lot more complex and sophisticated than just simply sticking him in the whole. But you're always gonNA have is to Alliott. Injure right where everything is so schematic the runs you know the little balls around the corner whatever to Lukaku. Are. Everything is so regimented so schematic that. A? Guy Free styling in there. I'm not saying it's going to create a problem, but you're going to have to find a balance. You get the balance, right? It's great because you've got both the the regimented schemes and you've got the creativity quality and improvisation Ericsson Britain's. If you don't get the balance right. You will stutter are your supply to the frontman isn't going to be what was supposed to be. But I thought it was encouraging that Erickson played really well. I'm certainly not gonNA. Criticize them for the. For the goals they up. Some people went there should. And you know. He looks confident and happy, and I think you can play big part between Interesting because I. I I mean I love that. He changed his mission to suit him. I loved it for me. Ericsson looked so desperate to make. And we get to this game and I shouldn't just leave mood debated I. There were a lot of news actually that Ifo were very good. I know that in Calcutta not data once they is that I was especially impressed with, but. I thought young did a very good job. I think no matter the. Lexus conscious came on Himself created all these times. Charles isn't relying. Wow! This is another one that we have to think about coming off the bench. You may be making different. Thought into rule I mean when you look at the last match they've made against Roy was very different from doral was the and they were very different insurance while it was the beginning, but it was almost creativity that made the difference that match you know we was sending. Broza Vich and I. Just want to know whether. We're GONNA ever see sort of like more of this. We can assume all three of them together with Ericsson Sense. Broza vision has not so much physicality. Admit will just better. Always plays I. Mean Own World Right I'M A. Little bit of himself in umbrellas well. Consensus. I think since he's going to be alternatives to to Eric. In in some situations you can think about. Being turn if the BRAS avert, your saint scenario. Peaking turns to do a browser dot, but I don't think he's GonNa deviate from that from that three nine hundred field whether it's was wine, or or or whether it's just a straight central three. I'm curious about. Is. You hinted at before meeting cursing. Know just really believe this or if you're just. Saying this to? Stave off the bad luck as we say in Italy. It's six points if Beats Danica the gap. which you could, actually some those six points in the two defeats against you renters. Glad. It's what everyone can sing in. This is not the same, but anyway. I don't buy this at all. Also can't just pretend the defeat against. You've incident happen because they also show that event is speaking clients, but. As you, can we give percent chance on into turning this into a three way idle race? You're never you never just look at? Antonio contained think he's GonNa make it. You always been onto on your content. I'm not founder of the quality of Slobodan, provides us with, but he's always somebody who's a threat in competitor and he's meeting. People and we've seen that already, but I think when people coming up being like Whoa. Look about it. They're six points if they defeat. Sound Doria, they're actually not far off. You fussy. This isn't Obey the Saudis you bay, and secondly let's just take a moment to be like this is different sides to what's pilot is created, so this is. This is a lot to do with beppu model. And how much investment did they have made on the side? They only had ecology at nine now season. It will site types of arguments. Perissich was unhappy. This is a team so obviously they're going to be Jimmy Basha and who's they have chance to do something special because they own road is, and they would love to do something you can see just. Victim Moses coming on all the all his motivations. I definitely think they can make it a three way race, but it's about and I say this how they're gonNA copen in this type of situation isn't going to be the way that. they can re relish this. Just keep zooming forming for me a little bit like wolves permeated in congested fixture, wasting they might just because it's so margin, then also squad whether or not keep performing and I think that into has two ways the with apart is they're exhausted from how much ground that covering all they'll find a way to to go through it because those treated mini tournament and wanted to prove themselves from a mental point of view, but you need latter machine as as are allowed, Tyler Martinez, a new concrete to do a little bit better. I wonder how it's GonNa Work Count with Ericsson I house. When you look at as being about all the Games. They've had twenty one points that they could have won. A game told five, and they've only managed eight, so that's seven games that they've only once real against big position against better opposition. This worries mean going forward. It shows you the kind of quality. Yes, they have the game in the hanging snap. When you threw it away, they lost to you. They lost you vendors. Sometimes when they need to raise their heads, even when the gains in the handsome sometime back against fossil, no, no adult. They lose it. I'm not worries me or two percent insurance. They're gonNA win the title. Twenty percent. Mickey. I'm no any of that on them. I think maybe. A push like five, even an eight. I think. I do think I think for me to take them seriously. They have to be some Doria I think. Not, couple of final might benefit them on that front. You know you've got weeknights ready for it and I. Think the one thing that really has voted me from inside. This is just Kante immediately. Immediately. Fact, disabled compensation of what we need is more experience in the side, but we need is older fighters. Or go the conversation. On six weeks of under that is good game of the year so. Wonderful Steam again. But Now, I! It's not just the six points because you know. Maybe you can Cox but Hugo was also lots the as well so I personally don't don't seem to happen although we mentioned lots of. We're not going to make talking about the much is. Don't they WANNA? Play it again until after next show although I do want to say. It's kind of weird that you've played three times before Lonsdale actually. step on the pitch. I JUST WANNA. Get a sense of guys. Is this a thing would favor. You've really in some ways, or does it actually favorite lots here because they have more trying times of drink. Well, we definitely would have had about it if it was the other way round. That Mentioned it? You know they did about how many times you've been to pay. Travel in quarantine and they Eleni Peter will mention it. If things go south for that, we can take that. We can take that as a given. Across town at Roma on the other hand It's a bit of a mess now that the the the as a looks now, obviously, they're looking at different owners. freak is not going to happen. It looks like Jessica Rocky is Don. Newark Orleans at this even before. Wise, it's all coming out now as the team driven people maddening. This is an interesting situation because I'm I know that is divided over how they feel about that President and This American ownership, but It does seem a little bit strange that you know. Since two thousand eleven, we've just had a rotating costed director level, and we just they never seen sustain. You know it was won't cheat. Didn't Stig Pataki now it doesn't. It, doesn't it's not sticking. He has too many different consultants that come in, and and I can understand why people are angry, Pelada but then I listened to his interviews that he gives like the one that he gave to the rim website and Speak so well that I end up believing everything then he saying thinking that he's actually a wonderful. And that you know, he just didn't get the right also will also that he wanted without without disfie-. Ms Interests Despite the fact that they are indebting having problems. And so he's just going to try to find him on the solution. Even if that sets the people in even Pataki has to be another one news. But. It's funny with Romar. I guess what's the most important that you know when you consider how many also angry with management. There's all show so many that just continue to do well for them. You know like piloting, saying unknown I'm staying here. I don't care if as these laws Palo Fonseca describing this as the project of a lifetime. He just wants to stay here for Edward. He absolutely loves. The stayed in loves desperation of the fans to win some bank. And, so you end up believing in Roma, but it's a bad situation and I think it's amazing if they manage to. Continue playing between winning games, but they do have a nice team and you. Haven't won anything yet to have done better, but there's just this belief about them that makes them such an interesting sites launch, and I and I'm. Enjoying something. Different if There wasn't so many artifacts in the whole stadium business. If they knew based on the original plan, they should have been inside the new stadium playing the new stadium now behind closed doors obviously but. I, don't I can't. I can't step away from the fact that. The Roma owners. Maybe underestimated the stadium issue. Or whether you just reeked of diabolical bureaucracy and interests surrounding, you're trying to build anything in wrong. I actually I have another time out there. I think he's an owner who I mean. Obviously it's it's not A. He owns a practice group, but he has fronted the group who who owns the club. I find him very. Compelling someone who is trying to someone who is trying to innovate someone who is trying to new things, someone who is constantly actually interested in wanting to achieve better for his I think he's made missteps. I think he's made several missteps. In terms of the dark. Taurean appointments I think the cubs transplant policy. Has Been Unfortunately. We talked before at times chaotic for me. I've criticized it on show before. But I think the driving sort of depending as trying to get into a new stadium to rejuvenate the squad have a core of young players. In Osa, good ideas for a couple of the results is in the position. Hats I think that secondly. That has been some underestimation for it was going to take together stadium done positive that perhaps you can criticize full, because made it illegal coming into that situation coming into row specifically and not. Understanding the way things work could have underestimate something, but I also think he's been hamstrung. The club is enhanced by a series of political changes in the city that have favored them that have made Kanda so it's really really complicated fiction to allies. You know how much you criticize for that stadium. It certainly is the company Albatross is come to around the clubs net. Net could is stopping it from progressing failure in that stadium I. Think we'd be very differently. My personal gaining is right now. They have a great manager. I really deeply. Von Secca and they have some really really interesting us, but they still have again. In my opinion, an imbalance scored. I think you take jekyll out to that. You have some problems pretty fast. Constantly see Palazzo as the the big problem in the equation I do understand why off this number of he is not getting a segment with the ground he might. Skew gap just you mentioned the bureaucracy. You think, are you, would you? What are your feelings about Jim Carlton? Do you think he's just getting so frustrated? And there's not really able to provide what he can is going to be a problem that Roco. has as well if you're in junior. KNOSSOS. There's a very different situation, so just think there's There's a level I mean Rome. It's wrong. Is Ready to do things you know easy to say Oh look. Outside goes in doesn't quite understand how diabolical by in fact, he obviously had a lot of local people with a lot of local experience, helping him and The elections of the political stuff changes in power. A lot of these things really messed him up along the way I. Think Rocco's in a very different situation in Florence is a much better. Despite come on Wall Street, there's a much better understanding with. With with the city, and so thought in terms of getting getting a new stadium On, there's more space which to do it. And I think and I think the climate has changed. A little bit also own Florence isn't divided city. was another team and another interests which seemed to cut across political lines and seems to be what really matters to people making making decisions but speaking stadiums, obviously in England the important point to enter into reading. Sarah is genuinely. Political decisions are influenced by people in power, having nations in I. Mean I think that is absolutely not the. Many Times people go. People don't get this. There's is club for MP's and the same people from the far right. In the far last two are physically coming to blows in parliament. When the session ends, they all get together. They all put on mclachlan white scars and they all go. Cheer on. You've and they'll become best friends again which? Find mind-blowing. Signed for you. Meet on also ambitious trying to build a new stadium. That's GonNa do it together with We'll see where that goes. It's almost like a metaphor for the many rebels. We've talked nick before. There's. Reports in coming days that this is the week in which red bull have asked rang nick to make decision. I don't think the situation is going to be resolved until later I don't know that we can draw many inclusions from the game because you know, ravage on himself idiotically sent off after. After less than twenty minutes but. Aren't is back Ibrahimovic supposedly doing everything to come back as well. Can they? Can they salvage something? Did you see something in the way they played? That might make. You Cope for them to finish leaks threats to me. In better and worse is this performance was actually very similar to what we saw. In the first against and actually defensively, it was quite effective over two legs. They really only gave up one. Penalty Event Isn and very few chances. But. The, problem is and we talked about it on the Picasso's loans the last week. Ibrahimovic I do not understand the attack identity of this team at all Mike. Axel him which it wasn't in my mind, a great attack need identity. It was basically we thing the belong and Hook. He can hold it up. Bring even pay which he did pretty effectively. Certainly more effects than I thought he would win. They signed him. without him. In, it was and. For the. State Pitch. So yeah, all right. We can see that again with him. Not Getting sent off immediately but. I don't I. Don't get it I. Don't see the system the system. It's just. Hope that he can be quick sometimes and breakaway. You have a very stodgy midfield again united to echo what we? Defensively well organized the things I like about background and I still think. Developing very nice defender. Good goalkeeper but It's is very uninspiring and it doesn't feel like a team with identity's going anyway, which is what icons the amounts young season anyway? I Don. Funny Anyway. I think that when it comes to me on the one that I would use to describe him as confusion. I think there's confusion a boardroom level of a weather, if utilize or the direction they want to take because it seems that everyone has a different way they want to go. And I think that's trickled down as well on the pitch. Sometimes they play almost. You, you've got like Ibrahimovic being upset with the direction because he wants me to always be ambitious because of the state that just makes his own character. He's the man who's one lodge, and being once this. Sorry to continue doing so he wants to start from scratch. and Link I just feel like every year we have. Conversations about who's GonNa come and who's GonNa get me non start again and you know want an identity. Are They GonNa have and where's IT GONNA go and. It's almost like a little bit of the subject, but I've watched them means you've been is and I didn't think they were bad. They were down to ten men revenue. We all know what he did, but I quickly sake that defensively. They were good. Pragmatic when they needed to be, but there's nothing about this non side that makes me think who they should definitely be. Hope Sakes with his I. Just think that the teams that are head of them designed to be where they are in on this idleness wanting to keep that position. Yet. I think they'd be to step in. You'd need something to happen something to break out whether it's rough. Allow whether it's the The Big Kid Colombo came on at the end whether it's Daniel nearly at some point. I think the Hebrew dependency. That's what they need to sort out, but. I think the guy talked way too much He's not going to be here in a couple of months and and they should start looking ahead to next season as soon as they realize they're not going to qualify for the early so I think in some ways. It's going to be dependent on how the other teams do. How long meet on stay. Ms Theoretical Europa League race, but For me is almost. Hottest sap without a heck. As Orleans is. Listen. At some point and is I think. The media's been dialect. All these people Buckeye Shamanov all blue ridiculous contract another signed. BIGLY! Honest at some point, what were you thinking? Why do you? Need to go and spend all this money autism This is this garbage to happen. People should know better defending the Chinese project, and for so many I mean whatever that's. Not Reopen up China worms. It's about how this because when I. When I spoke to from second who I know you like? He talks about how he's to truly favorite managers in Syria. Who favorite teams to watch were gusting me no surprise there and My boy did ZAD WE And they're playing each other I thought against the swallow. This is guaranteed excitement, right? I mean how was he renews? Is he having a good time isn't happy. It was using lockdowns. Global Pandemic killing tens of thousands of people, so he wasn't exactly doing cartwheels, but But I mean I'm curious to see I. actually think so swallow probably better placed than than Toronto. To deal dealt with the break on, but. I wonder if maybe the recent. Trip somebody off while maybe Debbie will. How what not fat Martinez will have? which is all this talk about? His future will be maybe is going to his head. Maybe now. He just absolutely doesn't know how to function on the field, which is just me just talking nonsense Radi I think he's GonNa. Be Such an interesting match, but no way on I going to take anything away from ought lounger and believing in love with Jean when he comes to them, I. Wonder and more than anything. Forget what they can do on the pitch what they have in their heads what they have in terms of mentor fortitude in. What they seem. They witnessed because of this pandemic. There's GonNa be this desire on their behalf to prove themselves and I think that's a me. I really strongly believe in that side of things and. I love to see and do a good show I I do I. Do love. But I think right now at the moment Atalanta needs. Of support because I I WANNA. See them continue to grow I. Want them to do accidentally. When comes to the Champions League and they have a great John's and when you look at those days, and you looked at the hominy. They have on the team and I needed the beauty of Bay game. How can anyone really think that anyone else would win over them? But I know Nikki or even bigger fan them I am. But I think mattress went on record. Who knows how this game because I think that? I keep saying we talked. About tongue in it. And, we'll find out what sort of south not this. Be Seems. Jeremy Boga has been one of the big revelations. not going Max Chelsea. Which people am one sure about so that's supposed to. Potentially accessible and. Maybe maybe we'll save money. A. Business. I guess for up to now. Any other. Sporting director. Has They can deal with the with all their contractor shoes trying to build finished season. That's my one edition to everything that you guys have to say. Need interesting news marry about seventy who have caused has been we already Diaz. The. Russia seeking am just close A. Just goes to embrace contract when he came back training for few days. this with. Some vacant. Ham. Should be front page possessed today, allegedly off the new new costs on fifty five million years and he buying. Considering how? Do. I have a question. That will release reports on Friday and I you know. Obviously my. Like yours Whether it was reported that the quarantine periods is fourteen days right then it was now down to seven, and that it's been agreed that it is going to be seven. Only the will only the player. Has. Tested positive will now be isolated and not the whole team, so that would change a lot steadier. Is this true because I haven't seen Rastafari by members of the government joining thing. It was just a report that came out across ladder weekend a bunch of all this that talked about the fact that the rules have changed so can someone offer me a better explanation so as I understand it the the. The deputy health minister. came out and said that the CPS was going to go. which is the technical scientific? Committee. Was Ego and and review the situation because obviously quarantining entire team with two weeks. Would make it. Would make it difficult to mcmurphy impossible to finish the season. Agreement in principle. I think what they're going to do anyway is. Obviously the number of new cases in early as keep doing leaving dwindling a couple of hundred guy, new infections at this stage so kinda hoping problems goes away on its own, because nobody will positive, nobody has tested positive since the testing regimen Was introduced so. The idea I think they hope they'll get government approval to do this. and think what it's going to be is going to be still going to be a group pointing. Going to be allowed to apply, and they'll basically just test people almost on daily basis to monitor them and so they'll be able to continue training whatnot. Know when this will happen to shore, then we can just rest easy. Knowing that said I will continue living this massive fear that I'm living in the moment. Worries me. The I think. I don't know when it's going to happen for sure, but I think having gone so far I. Don't think at this point. There's any appetite either from the government or from the clouds to do anything to stop on from finishing, it would have to be a major outbreak rather than just one player testing causes so I think they're gonNA give more discretion to the regional health authorities as well what they do in Germany. And I? They're pretty confident that this will get through it because the infection rate in Italy now's is just so low. It's statistically highly improbable. The somebody goes around. Licking doorknobs. That, Anybody's GONNA come down with coby. Well, that's. A rainbow on my day so. Cheer is of course the Italian. Are you planning? Should also be back on the twenty eighth of June twenty nine against Roma. Crew would you steady act kicks off this weekend shooting in, and we'll be back next. Tuesday for the city of awesome deposits you talk about all the action and preview, even more action. Football is back. Thank you for life.

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#1271, Mindfulness With Autumn, Beauty Buying Tips With Logan

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#1271, Mindfulness With Autumn, Beauty Buying Tips With Logan

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For twenty percent off and free shipping. You can find more information on all of our sponsors. Including links to listener discounts on the one life radio DOT com sponsor page. Thank you for listening to one life radio, You. You Want WanNa go higher baby I know I do. Welcome to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo. Davis Broadcasting Live from Dallas Texas on Iheart media as well as km, et and southern California on ABC News Talk High Rinaldo. I know you and I both had kind of a crappy weekend, so we'll just put it out there right now. I'm not going to ask you how you are. Because I already know, but the the audience doesn't so. My Gosh Yeah. If you you know what you're GONNA have weekends. Do you want to share with the listeners what happened? I mean this is something that happens to everybody. I mean I'm just down one car. No the engine locked up motor locked up on car I mean it was getting old anyway, so he's just old. Wear and tear, so it's just a challenge that you have to deal with. It's not the end of the world is. The car is a material thing, so you just push through it. Find something else can just keep going. And it's hard to find You know honest repairman in the automotive business. I think because you know first of all. It's tricky in in in their defense. You know to try to wreck. Yes, Friday in there. To. Fix The car that may be one issue leads to another. That's how cars work, but I will give a shout out to someone that I've used for years. there in Garland. The name is Tommy Hewlett. Co M. U. L. L. HE O. M. U. L. E. T.. T. I believe I'll put it out. Maybe on our social, but and I can't think of his first name, but that's the name. He and his wife have run this business for years. I think her name is Rodica. Believe, that's it, but they're really couple, and they fix cars in there in Garland, but you know I I had kind of crappy weekend because I I may have been exposed to Kobe, nineteen and my gosh. Just this cocoa bid nineteen thing is anybody else out there? Just ready to pull their hair out of their head I'm so tired of it, and I don't want to get on the air and complain. Because we all need encouragement right now we need to be I need to be a leader. I need to be strong, but I gotTa tell you like. It's gotten kinda crazy. It's really gotten crazy. Oh, yeah, definitely! Has I mean a lot of people tired of it, but we still have to be conscious. In in being safe. In keeping up our hygiene wearing masks, even those hard to believe in them, I give. In this hot as all, get out outside with these matters going to, but we. We want to beat that curve. We got this what we have to do. I agree. I got some takeout food on Saturday afternoon. Typically when I don't have my children. I I rarely cook to see what I have at home, but I was I was really Jonesing for some Sushi just a Sushi roll. You know and so I went to this restaurant and I waited beside the door with my mask on sanitize hands stayed away from everybody, but. I can't even tell you how many people didn't obey the sign on the door and just walked in without a mask, and it was kind of in period eating a little bit, and it's like you know. I understand everybody in it, and it's come down to like a political opinion now. I feel or or a respect thing to that you. We have to respect one another. No matter what our political beliefs are, and you can't judge someone just because they do or do not have a mask on, and it's gotten. That's the part for me. That's really gotten ridiculous. Where you know people that I know or people I see on facebook become like the the facemask police. If you will and you know I know a couple of weeks ago. when things start to lighten up a little bit. In somewhere I can't remember where well I remember where it was, it was a smoothie place while I was waiting for my daughter at a chiropractic appointment nearby and I forgot it I had it in my purse, but I wasn't thinking because I was thinking about my daughter's back, and you know and how long it was going to be and I did not. I did not put my mask on right away. And then it dawned on me, and so people do have moments like that, so we all just need to chill out a little bit, and so I think this is a great time to introduce my one of my most chill friends that I have autumn Conley. WHO's on the show with us today? How you doing autumn? Hi I'm doing wonderful. How are you? Good just a little frustrated. You know a little frustrated like everyone out there and so you know for people that maybe are listening for the first time autumn. Let me introduce you. She lives in the Sky Islands of Arizona with her three Kiddos an animal babies. She is creator of and traditional healing. A company dedicated to restoring microbial health through diet and autumn is a self, taught Vegan chiappa cereal, Gardner and an avid believer in and a teacher of the healing powers of meditation. You can contact her at meditate with autumn at mail DOT COM. That's meditate with autumn at g mail, DOT COM and today. We are talking about something that we all need I think a little refresher. Course in is mindfulness, and what it is how to get started on the difference between it and meditation, and the benefits of being mindful, so let's talk about this autumn. What is mindfulness? Yeah well. You know where it. It's so simple that I love talking to people about it. It's it's honestly just. Recognizing where you are at each moment in the day, so little things like you can just repeat kind of in your head would it is that you're doing right now? So I'm sitting under a tree and I'm talking on the phone instead of. Noticing instead of following what I like to call. These rabbit trails that our minds otherwise have so active. Being mindful is by recognizing that your mind is the tool that it is that your mind is nonstop. Thought Pattern after thought pattern, and that you don't have to follow the chain of thoughts. You don't have to be a slave to your mind. You can use it to help you throughout your life, but you don't have to be commanded by it so. Being mindful you notice when you're having thoughts that aren't necessarily productive, oftentimes destructive, and rather than giving them much validity, you gently remind yourself of the present moment. Remind yourself of what it is you're actually doing. It's a great way able to process a difficult situation. It's a great way to be able to I like to say suffer through mundanity. So you know as you're sitting there folding towels from big rectangles until little rectangles, Zeno, you can remind yourself to focus on your breath rather than thinking. Oh, life is so boring or I. Don't like this or when I'm done with this. I want to go and do this or this is keeping me from doing this. Instead of having thoughts like that that only add to the negativities in our world. You can just. You can go. I'm folding. How Oh, and my breath is going in, and my breath is going out. Okay, and you don't have to have this inner dialogue. We so often I. Mean it wears out you know like. Where's this out? To be living all these lies within this life you know why not just live the one we're actually living. well I often think of housework and the reason why is because it is so mindless really when it comes right down to it, but it doesn't have to be. You can make it mindful. And I think some of the best cleaners are people that are mindful about it and very methodical, but because when you get in that mindset when you're doing something as simple as the dishes or vacuuming or mopping the floor, you can easily. Is You train your mind? Drop into. Into, this beautiful beautiful, a state of peace, and actually enjoy the work you know I, actually it. It's exactly it and but you have to in order to be able to do that. People have to be consciously aware of their thoughts because a lot of times. When do we boring work like that? Your mind is just screaming for attention. It's like I want to do anything, but think of what it is doing. Because what I'm doing is not challenging at all and. instead of believing that way, really what you should do is or what people what tends to make people a little bit happier as by accepting the boring thing or the unwanted thing that they're doing and really just being president for the moment whether it's good or bad moment you know not to get attached to it by filling your head with the story of thought after thought afterthought, and instead just accepting what it is at that exact second time. Well Yeah and and that negativity just to get more negatively It's just like Oh, he knows when you're happy. You know and and attracts, and and it, and it multiplies It really does and so so how people out there get started like? How do you get started? If you're someone walking around typically miserable about doing housework and you draft. What do you think that? you know the thing that I would always say to somebody? You're just to be aware that your thoughts. Don't control you. You control them. You know it seems a little cliche to that. I know you know I feel like I've seen that on instagram hundred different ways but no. You know that's the truth. The truth is Just be aware of what you're saying on your head to yourself or about other people are about your feelings are about a situation. You know I like to say a lot that feeling. Feelings are true, but feelings are not facts and a lot of times. We let our feelings right out this story script in our head, then we then. All these different possibilities of and so many people are unaware of the fact that you don't have to do that. You know you don't have follow this train. Of thought you don't have to you know. Be so logical about every single thing that's happening. You can go okay I. Really do feel this way. My feeling is true, but it isn't a fact. It's not something that can be written down on paper that should be explored with the written oral or thought word. It's something that can just be. Let go. And so people aren't aware that they have the power to observe a thought, and then essentially ignore the fought and let the. Let the become a part of your life. Right or examined the thought, and maybe the thought that you have is not one. That's accurate. So many people do that. They get caught up like you said with their feelings and and I that's why I love the four agreement so much you know to not yes, or an all be impeccable with your word. Always do your best and don't take things personally. You can I take. Other people's actions personally You know you just, can't you, do you're? You're going to have a miserable life you really are. Most people aren't thinking about you. They're too busy thinking about themselves right, yes. No know. Maybe they can stop thinking about them so little bit, and we could all stop thinking about ourselves a little bit that think about it. Yeah, there you go and get going on at that exact moment in time and realize that you know you can't control what's coming next? You can't control the top four and you can't really control what's going on in this exact second time? They real twentieth life I think is just to make peace with exactly what's going on when you're when it's going on? It's so true. It's not it's not sometimes. It's really yeah, and sometimes it's hard. You and I both have been some very hard places difficult places especially since we've known each other, we've known each other what three years now. And that's. Yeah, but that's. That's one of the reasons. We're such good friends really is because we really connect and we understand a. we take the time to understand one another and a lot of times. That's how you get the best relationships, but It's always great to have you on the air. We're going to go to break and continue more with autumn, connolly or talking about mindfulness. We're GONNA. Continue to talk about the difference between it and meditation and the benefits, and of course we're GONNA have a a chant, or a mantra at the stay tuned everyone. You're listening to autumn Conley I'd one life radio. Solely sky. All. Fall. On Religion! Miss! Come back, everyone you're listening to radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo, Davis and we have autumn commonly continuing on. She lives in the Sky Islands of Arizona where there three Kiddos an animal babies, and she is also a self, taught Vegan Chef, a serial Gardner and an avid in and teacher of the healing powers of meditation. Today we're talking about mindfulness and meditation how to get started, and this is my next question. So what's the difference between? Mindfulness and meditation is their wand. There's definitely some crossover between the two, but the main difference that I. That I use in my practice is meditation for me is more of a carving out of time. Something you do for You know five minutes here eight minutes there you sit down, you cross your legs. You close your eyes or whatever and you? And you meditate either just with brass, or just with a mantra, or you know so there's so many different ways to meditate, but it's an actual active thing that you're doing and my this to me is something that you can really do all they on all throughout the day all throughout the night. It's something that you can just it's more of a way. I'm of training your brain rather than taking time out meditation I like to Kinda say it's a way to create space and mindfulness also create some space in your brain, but it's done it's done more on the fly. Right and to me to me, meditation is more deliberate and mindfulness is something like the four agreements constantly being aware that your words have power and soda, your thoughts by the way mindfulness to me is like controlling not in the controlling way, but being aware of your. Yeah, it is any works a bit of control. It is a bit of control to its self. Control is what I like being in your right and way to change. I, don't WanNa. Say change the way you too. Because then the counter intuitive to what you're trying not to think, but it's A. A way range change the way that you your inner self. Your true self is during your mind away to reframe the way that you identify with yourself. Do you identify with your mind with your racing thoughts, or do you identify with that stillness that calmness inside of you and I think my I think of mindfulness is identify with that part of you with your peace with your inner peace, rather than identifying and and being tricked into the thought that your mind is you. Your mind is just a tool that helps you along your path. That isn't who you are. So. HOW GO AHEAD! No you just GonNa say meditation is the way. Meditation Mindfulness Easier I will say because when you meditate. You know if you meditate. Every day will start to create a space and that space. slows down. Your thinking slows down your self-referential thoughts slows down. your monkey mind. By creating that space, using the tool of meditation you then are, it's easier to be mindful because you have already. Kind of planted the scene. No it does, and there are so many benefits. Let's talk about some of the benefits of both mindfulness and meditation. Well. They're yeah. There's again a lot of overlap there, but mindfulness a lot of benefit that you that I think come in handy and could probably help a lot of people with regular day to day problems that they have as far as anxiety. If you're mindful. If you can sit down, you can observe your thoughts from a neutral perspective. Then there's a lot. Lot less to be anxious about right, and so you can immediately apply that to anything in your life, and I mean in my life. You know it's like the anxious things to be anxious about just pop up. You know over the place all throughout my day and I, I don't have the time to sit down and do a meditation. Remove myself from that frame of. Diety said what I do. Is I I? Doubt realize that I have the choice you know and we. Doing years of meditation and years of mindfulness I'm able to sit there and I. Go wait I in my in my in my thought pattern. I have I have the choice year to pick a path I can either pick the past to follow this anxious, provoking moment, and see you know worry about the future worry about the past, or I can sit here and I can observe it, and I can think something positive, and then I can let it go, and more often times than not. You'll be whatever the problem is. Resolved itself with very little input from your mind, it's it's. It's a little bizarre I. Somebody who you know as. Well, you know. I Love I love researching. I love doing I love action, I love fixing problem, but realistically when it comes to internal problems, thoughts problems emotional problems. Even health problems a lot of times. Letting them go is the fix. When? It's hard. It's hard to get people to understand the only way I. Feel like people really understand it is by doing it, and seeing that it works one time you know, and it's well, and it's You can get. You can naturally get yourself high if you get into very deep state of meditation, just like you would from well even more powerful than I mean the kind of high that we're talking about a natural high from your mind is something that once you experience it. It's incredible you you WANNA. Keep going back to that place. Yeah, in the spiritual in spiritual texts with they call it. They call it as A. A day of ecstasy, you can get yourself state of ecstasy by Essentially it's it's you know it's. It's a way of loving yourself away of trusting yourself away of believing that you know you live in a kind universe, but university is out to get you, and you don't necessarily have to my through. Manage every aspect of your life to find happiness a lot of times. Just let just let the world. Work the way that it's meant to work and things turn out the way that they're supposed to end. Accepting that is is joy. You know I try to kids all the time I tell him you know look at nature. You know there's not a whole lot of mistakes going on out there. Even though you may not understand something or you know to US something. Something looks like a problem. If you just wait and see you know, follow follow the season follow. The patterns in nature can realize that so much of things that seem coincidental seem happenstance are actually very much on purpose, and you know who are ready to say that we could orchestrate our lives better than you know university able to make you know. TREES GROW FROM A. Well and your and your chance today. Your Mantra is is related to this topic. It is so let's talk about PA-. Von Guru, so, what does it ne-? How is it translated? So what is translate? Is it means that the price of life is is the best of life is in US and when I say God, of course I mean unconditional love I mean are true self, our inner voice, the universe I'm not speaking religiously ever and Essentially it saying you know breathing in breathing in is our life by accepting accepting that we are part of nature that we are one with nature. Then it's a lot easier to let go and to trust in the infinite. It's a lot easier to stop the focus on the day to day. Stop the focus on essentially what I like to call human issue and realize that there are going to be taken care of so, what really helps with this meditation? And what I love is it's very. Very very repetitive and ripped when you come when you get too repetitive mantras ones that aren't very complicated. They offer a wonderful stillness in your mind, which is very much like what I was talking about with mindfulness. They offer you stillness that while you practice meditation and the Mantra, you are actively doing something, but it's you recognize this stillness, and you're able to then go out and live your life and find that stillness again it starts to come. Learn more familiar to you, so this meditation is. It's really wonderful in fact I. I- birds. My daughter to this meditation. So so Yeah, so it's It's waiting here, I. Wish I had someone here to Burp me now. Experience, the breath of life. No, I'm joking. Okay all right, so you ready? How long is it? How long is the mantra? We're GONNA make it. Let's see. Let me look at the clock here. Yeah, let's. Let's make it a nice full minute long. All right I can do a minute, so everybody chose your eyes and take a deep breath. Providence having A. Eleven new popping good, do I? Do probably good. Pie. How. They knew. I hate it is probably dude. Poverty Poverty Poverty. Poverty. Probably it is. Having. Pavon Pavon Pavon Pavon. Having. Having. Well he? Probably do having having A. Having a pipe! Having. A. Probably Oh. Base. I love it and you know all I can think of when you every time you sing you like a Modern Day Snow White. Always have images of Snow White when when? Singing, so thank you for sharing that with does and starting the week off right? happy Monday. Everyone Autumn Conley. At meditate with automatic gmail.com or and Ville traditional healing dot com, that's and though traditional healing dot com. We've got Logan chills. Coming up to another great friend of mine are very different topic, though health and beauty products, ingredients, and what to look for and what to avoid autumn, always a pleasure. We'll talk to you soon. Take care sister, thank you, you too bye. All right all right everyone, a great show, continuing on I've got a big smile on my face, and I hope you do to stay tuned. You're listening to one live radio. The, Do. You! Laugh it off. Our. Own. Way. Him. Scott. Vote All. The way! Off! That I can remember the first time I danced. Welcome back everyone. You're listening to one radio. This is Bernadette with the Logan shiels and Rinaldo Davis on the controls Logan's Oklahoma. Girl who has planted her roots in Dallas Texas and put her heart into Dallas as well. She is a veteran of the beauty industry as a hairstylist now at Amazon in Dallas, and has become somewhat of a beauty guru. She is the CO owner of the uncommon clothing Boutique. Boutique alongside her husband Kyle as well as a charity advocate she also whatever she happens to be wearing. Her goal is always to make the people around her feel and be their best. When she's not hustling and one of her careers. You can find Logan traveling working out or doing some Self Care or just drinking Rosanna Texas Day. She's my sister I. Love this girl, Logan, shields. How you doing today? I'm good. How are you? I'm good I'm good you know I I love talking about beauty with you. it because beauty comes from the inside out it really does, and I know people say yeah, whatever, but it really really does, and in my opinion, you truly are the Pitta me of that you do you do always try to make the people around. You feel good you do so you know health product? ingredients what? I said I do that's why I went into the industry? I love making everyone feel good and I love feeling. Good myself so I think it's really important. Yeah and and I do think especially when you're hurting it's good to do self care. Whether I got my I. Actually got my fingernails painted for the first time in four months over the weekend. and it feels good, and my nails look pretty and I'm glad I did it, but you know it's been a while so many people out there you. You know during this covid. Nineteen haven't been getting the self care that they normally do but it really is important, so health and beauty product ingredients what to look for what to avoid so Are there Are there ingredients universal to all health and beauty products that we should avoid no matter what and and really help that or some of these ingredients? You know I wouldn't say there's nothing. Like universal because everyone's skin is so different that you really have to find what works for you, there are definitely things that you should stay away from if you have sensitive skin, or if you're prone to breakout. Such a you know fragrances I trying to do all my product fragrance free, because I do have such sensitive skin, but as far as universal. I don't necessarily think that there's just one product, but everyone should stay away from. Well and so many people including me. You've done it to everyone out there. Listening on this has gotten sucked in by Q., packaging and clever wording, but it doesn't necessarily mean a good product, does it? No never and I'm I. Am such a Sucker for this especially now when you walk through Sephora, all you can think about is how cute you want your bathroom to look so it's really hard, but that that doesn't mean that because usually what you're looking at, it's just marketing and they're so good. At putting. Highlighting certain ingredients on labels that are actually only present and such tiny amount like so tiny that it doesn't even have an effect. So you really have to turn label over reading gradients and go from there well, because it does matter in the order in which they're just like food. You know the thing that there's the most stuff and then it decreases. As, you go down the list, but the like the number one thing a lot of products Food Anyway starts out with like water sugar, whatever whether it's a drink or something solid, but we do have to be aware of that even when it comes to beauty products especially. Right? That's the most important thing I think. Because like you said it does go from greatest to least president, except on duty labels the products that are less than one percent of the formula. Those can actually be listed anywhere out through. throughout the list that I always say good rule son, depending on what ingredients best for your skin or what you're looking for that, you want it to be in the top five ingredients listed on the label. Yeah. I'm thinking of a lot of things here. I'm thinking of of you, I think I told you this yesterday or maybe i. text it to you or somebody else, but I don't. A lot of people. Don't know this that Johnson and Johnson's baby powder. which is you know around since I? What one hundred years it's been around forever. It's Ben Removing for dolls in in the US and in Canada, they are no longer selling it here because of all the lawsuits. And accusations that it causes all kinds of ovarian cancer and a lot of other problems and women, and so you really do have to be so careful what you put in and on your body. It's a science. It takes a really I'm not even there yet. It takes years to really be able to read everything in a label, so that's why we have these mini computers in our hands so all the time, so you just flip it over, and if to look at all that, but yeah, that's a perfect example of I mean. Everyone was using it. So why wouldn't it be good for you? Well and we put it on babies for years and years, and near you know and women. especially you know using for you know different things arms. You know different parts of their bodies that maybe. Right she I'm I'm like you're you'RE SCOUT Well. You know they they've got its. They've removed it. Because of all. The lawsuits says that said that it causes cancer. They're saying no, that's not true. You know they're going to try to fight for right now. I think that's a powerful statement, though and I'm trying to think of the film that I saw with Stephanie Tubes that I was invited to I'm sure somebody'll text it to me here in a second, but it was powerful, very very powerful. Powerful and that's kind of what what really I think you and I so involved of you will or alerted to how many Kirk carcinogens there are in so many beauty practice it products that are on our shelves, but let's go to break, and when we come back more coming up with Logan, shields we're talking about the health and beauty products industry ingredients what to look for and what to avoid state everyone. You're listening to one life radio. Is. Bill. Past. Just Welcome back everyone you're listening to one life radio. This is Bernadette Ronaldo Davis and our special guest is back. Logan she'll. She is Oklahoma Girl who has planted her heart and her roots in Dallas Texas. She's a veteran of the beauty industry as a hairstylist now at Amazon in Dallas, and has become somewhat of a beauty guru around town, and she is also the CO owner of the uncommon man clothing boutique alongside her husband. Kyle as well as a charity advocate, whichever had she's wearing, her goal is to always make the people. People around here around her feel and be their best. I can attest to that And when she's not hustling one of our careers, you can find Logan traveling working out or doing some self care or just drinking some rosie on a hot Texas Day She's my sister and we're talking beauty today, health and beauty product ingredients, and what to look for and what to avoid, and so this topic is really a big one. It really is and so let me ask you this. How does his is expensive? Always Better Logan. So no and I do believe that there is truth in that luxury skincare is. So Nice, but they doesn't really. The price doesn't always matter Because usually you're being for packaging and the marketing, and every now and then an expensive crema actually have an ingredient. That's more rare or maybe a little bit more expensive, and that's why it's important to know those where ingredients that worked for you But. You have to really compare ingredients before you just break the bank for a theorem because we. We both know Serum Pin. HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS And I have the same exact thing, and then as one that's maybe you know fifty or seventy, five or twenty, so you really just have to look because oftentimes giant brand will take formula from someone else. That's doing really well and decorated with packaging and use it for their brand so. well natural products I mean they're army. Oil is is a simple product that has been known for years like really Oh. Let's say eliminate but diminish and put off wrinkles on your face for sure, but I have to say you know what we do here on radio. One of the most important things that you can do for your skin is to stay well hydrated exercise. Get plenty of rest and eat well. That's what makes you look beautiful. That's what makes you glow at the end of the day. Yeah, not inexpensive crane so right from within right exactly one hundred percent. Well you know What about you know when you pick up a you know a beauty product and you think wow, this looks like a good one, and it's got words on it. You can't even pronounce you know. Is that what what do you know about that? Should you wish you avoid anything? That's got some sort of chemical. chemicals in it that are even difficult to pronounce. Right so when I'm eating and choosing my food, of course, because like you said it comes from within so I do follow that rule when it comes to that they don't Wanna come some beauty product labels there so fancy that this just isn't the case because there's plenty of safe and natural derived ingredients that have complicated name, so it's good to know putative pugh of those one of my favorite examples is. Fetal alcohol, instead of sterile alcohol has the word alcohol of people tend to shut that out, but really those outcomes are just fatty outgoing that have a moisturizing and moving action unlike pure as an alcohol. That's drying knowing that difference in those. Is Good and then like Vance Gun. That's just a naturally derived. Is Only used to thicken Roddick's, but it is hard to pronounce. It looks a little scary on labels. So well, but you have to be careful. The FDA truly there's been no no no act the health and beauty industry I should know this off the top of my head, but it the the the act that they put in place. I believe in nineteen, thirty, six or nineteen, thirty eight has not changed just so they basically can put whatever they want and products that target the health and beauty, industry, and women, of course, our us more health and beauty products than men do, and so we're. We have to really be careful because we birth babies. We reproduced other window, so there's a lot of carcinogens in some of these products that you really need to read your labels. Time. So that's when it comes down to having your phone out when you're going to the beauty store and really looking at those things, but also just knowing the basic ones right off the top of your head, because when things say that they're clinically tested. They don't have to be. They can say that they don't have to be approved. These clinical tests don't have to be approved through the industry. Yeah? There's a Lotta fraud exageration that goes on especially in this business I've seen it over and over again, but you know. What about the term anti-aging labels does that really mean anything anymore? Usually, no because. That's usually for marketing. Everyone wants to find the fountain of Youth and many many companies have claimed to have found that but most of them are just too good to be true so for anti-aging I always think it's better to find vitamin C. or retinol that really works with your skin type to keep you fresh, and you know this everyone should invest in good sunscreen that is lotteries. SPF, thirty or higher. That is most the anti-ageing. SUNSCREEN sunscreen sunscreen. No. Absolutely especially on your faces and your declaration nothing will aid you faster than the sun, absolutely and your neck Andrew. How. My hands. God. Well I. Grew up clean and working in the restaurant, your hands and water so much. Going to be, gone well yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah, with with all the animals and being in the SPA and the restaurant business you know eight brothers and sisters being a cleaning. Not You know. Yeah, my hands I mean they don't look horrible, but you know they definitely look older than my actual age but that's okay. You Know I. Don't like to wear gloves. I don't and when I got my manicure last week over the weekend I should say I went and got a pedicure and a manicure for the first time I think since the first week in February and it felt really really good. It did to get a little bit of self care, but I am very self. Conscious of my hands because people are so judgmental. They just are really awful. How much emphasis! One should not be yeah I have seen your hands. You should not be. Well Yeah. You've seen you've seen a lot of me. She does my hair you die. Anyway just trying to be funny. Oh my goodness! Yeah, but okay so. Let let me ask you this. What about sensitive skin because I have really sensitive skin to and I? Know you do or have you have common breakout twitter? Some of your beauty tips. so I have super sensitive skin and I'm prone to break out so I'm actually going through, and my skin is a little upset with me because I decided to change a couple of products. into now I'm trying to figure out if I'm purging or if it's a product that doesn't work for me. That's really hard. There's a fine line there, so you just have to wait it out, but Skin like I said. Avoid product with fragrances and Paraben 'cause they can be too harsh and 'cause. You're really have an instant reaction. And then as far as like prone to break I am very wary of oil free claims because I know that we're told to look for oil free on the label, but there's plenty of products that can be reports logging that is still free, because they will have fragrances or they do have bourbon or they have an alcohol. It's a little bit too dry. So. yeah, those are like my main points for those. Yeah and I said you know taking good care of yourself you're you're you're inside beauty? And that includes what you think at all of that it all matters. It's all connected to your skin. It's our biggest wargin on our body, and and how you treat, it internally isn't just is what you're gonNA. Get externally for the most part I mean. There are exceptions when you're hormonal. You know certain times a month. You're GONNA get breakouts. and you almost can't avoid that, but just drink a Lotta water. That's the one thing that I typically forget to do and and it's really not good for you. It's really not. It causes a lot of premature aging by not. Off Your even something as simple as hydration so and that's so easy, and so you know every morning wake up and have lemon water next to your bed. Drink that first thing in the morning and you're going to have an infant freshness glow every morning so. Yeah. Some vitamin C.. Vitamin, C, critical to and that's one of the biggest anti-aging supplements that you could absolutely take especially the life of someone because it's not the fat, and there are women that take vitamin C. specifically just for anti aging, and I'm sure there's men that do it, too. Whenever I think of beauty I, think I think of women you know focusing on it more than men so my. Ask My husband. Now I know he's. ONLY SCREAMS Put Your hands. Off. They love it funny. Oh my Gosh! Yeah, well, there's a there's a biohacking. Just take some of your girlfriend or your wife screen. Don't buy your own. Never Miss a little DAB here and they are right Oh my Gosh Logan always great. I'll see you on Wednesday and Hope you enjoy the show? It's a Monday. That's for sure. But always great working with you on the air. We'll talk to everyone tomorrow on Tuesday, so what everyone you get one body, you get one mind and you get one life. Get out there today and make them.

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Zion Williamson, Duke-UCF, and Rob Gronkowski

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

2:01:57 hr | 1 year ago

Zion Williamson, Duke-UCF, and Rob Gronkowski

"Thanks for listening to the heard podcast. Be sure to catch us live every weekday from twelve to three eastern nine to noon Pacific on Fox Sports radio and f s one find your local station for the hurt at FOX board trail dot com or stream it live every day on the iheartradio app by searching heard. You're listening to Fox Sports radio. Here we go. This is the heard wherever you may be. And however, you may be listening. We are live in Los Angeles on iheartradio FOX radioed f Juan one hour from now we're calling was right where Colin was wrong. And there are plenty of bulk joy Taylor is joining me and a Monday, what was a a magical magical weekend. March madness we both love it. Mazing amazing so much fun. So much urgency. So let me start with this ratings are up twenty nine percent. Accuse me they're up eight percent of the highest ratings in twenty nine years, and whenever ratings go everybody tries to guess why the ratings going up it's gambling. It's not gambling. We've been gambling on the final four forever. It's not gambling. Well. Let me let me tell you. Why the ratings are up Zion? Williamson CBS has Zion Cam. All right. College basketball. Let's be honest has become like a two three weeks sport. It's the honeymoon of marriage. It's great for about ten days. But it's not reality Zion. Williamson is a superstar. This is what superstars look like at seventeen years old. If he goes to the New York mix he is going to blow pass Janas co why Paul George Westbrook harden, coli, Leonard Embiid, Ben Simmons in name value in star value. He is going to blow by them because he's got three factors which are massively important to superstars number one. The name factor. Zay on Oprah. I'ma stern Hannity rush. Palay? Rinaldo kobe. I know it sounds kooky. But that one name factor is a marketer dream. And the fact that he has the letter z is even crazier which is another perfect letter for a marketer. He's got the one name factor. It's not called the Rush Limbaugh show. It's called rush. And that's the way marketing works. Remember, the movie the recall on the Facebook and somebody came in and said, just call it Facebook, Google Yahoo Amazon as a reason one word second factor. He's a physical freak people are busy in life. They don't have time for subtlety and nuance. Zion jump through a television set. It's not a clever crossover physically dunks. Even when he shoots a jumper. I can't take my eyes up. He is not subtle. Although he's got a beautiful touch his smile. His size. His dunks his game not a lot of subtle. You don't have to be a huge basketball fan to turn on the TV and go. Oh, yeah. Kind of like win. Lebron broke into the league. You can be like who's that big kid on the floor the third factor, which is arguable. He plays at Duke. It's the number one brand in college basketball. I didn't know who Janas was for three years. I never watched Leonard play. Chris Paul went to Wake Forest I've been in a lot of forests. I've never been to that one. This kid's gonna walk into the NBA potentially with the New York Knicks. He is going to be a superstar now going to be LeBron big. I'm not saying that he's not going to be like Durant and Steph curry big, but there's going to be about three or four. Guys in this league. He's gonna blow past all of them. And if you want to know why the ratings are going up it's Zion. It's not gambling. We gamble on. This thing our entire lives. There haven't been a lot of upsets there haven't been a lot of crazy finishes. There's you know, the other big star plays at a college. He's already out John rant that most. You don't watch. This is what a superstar looks like at eighteen years old. This is what they look like, by the way, tiger was a superstar at sixteen years old Sports Illustrated when it was a huge publication that started narratives around sports they were doing stories on him. He was the talk of golf clubs network soda every shot when he was seventeen eighteen years old on any tournament. He was part of name factor. Physical specimen superstar from a great college brand. That is why the ratings are up Twenty-nine percent. I will get to the Duke controversial win after the break because I do. You want wanna touch on that? But I think the second biggest story of the day. Speaking of one name gronk, not rob gronkowski. Gronk another star in America. One of the ten biggest sports slash character stars ever. He retired. There's two things about rob gronkowski, rob gronkowski. Number one is college football. There's a lot of spread offense. So like tight ends in college don't block anymore. So the NFL is struggling to find college tight ends who they think they can turn in a blockers. There's a kid in Iowa TJ Hawkins Sohn who's probably the most underrated player in the entire draft. He's the next version of gronk though. I don't think he's nearly as talented, but he blocks in college guys don't block so gronk. There's not a lot of gronk out there. We'll see talented tight ends. But he became an unbelievable force on the offensive line. Tony Gonzalez last year talked about what makes gronk special. With gronk what he's better than me. At is is the blocking. He's he can block is a big old guy blocking is about desire. First of all do you want to do? It's not about can you do it. It's will you do it. You know, and a lot of those big tight ends two hundred and fifty pound Jimmy grand two hundred two hundred fifty pound Travis Kelsey, not innocuous them. But they don't wanna buck because it's hard. It hurts. It's not fun. It really is not fun. It's not fun. I love that bite. But I gotta tell you something about gronk when gronk came into this league. You saw an ice Amish just a big dumb football player goofy. But over the course of time gronk became one of the smartest. NFL players hit did the opposite of sometimes what misguided athletes do gronk was incredibly coach -able. As he physically wore down wasn't as fast. He accelerated his blocking skills gronk could've left multiple times. More money. Lot of stars do that. But he knew that Tom Brady was the perfect fit. And Bella check was the perfect coach lot of athletes spend, their money unwisely gronk has never spent a dime of his he's legendary gronk came into this league is a big dopey goofball talented. I'm not denying that. He was talented, but he actually became really wise and really smart in that he could have chased a lot of things, and he didn't any became incredibly coach -able any accelerated his blocking skills, and he became an incredible ally to Tom Brady, and he took care of his body. So by the end of the year last year, the two biggest games he was arguably the best guy on the field. Gronk admitted that he came into this league. Anyone had he wanted to have a lot of fun, and I'm not anti-fun, but gronk instead of pushing back at his coach and pushing back at the system and pushing back at a very complex New England system gronk said, you know, what it's better for me. It's better for the team if I'm more focused. Remember this moment by gronk at the podium. We got yellow we're not allowed to talk about celebrations. That's what we got told by kinda wanna talk about it. But I kinda don't because they'll get in trouble. So I don't know what to do. So I just happened on the spy wasn't planned. We'll just keep it there. Gronk Zabid personality. But gronk understood. This place is good for me this quarterbacks. Could for me. This coach is good. For me learning. The block is good for me working really hard is good for me. It's okay. To be a big personality and also fit within a system. All sorts of people in my business have big personalities, but they can appreciate having good Bach. Good bosses at FOX like I have a personality it rubs some people the wrong way. But I try to never take advantage or never underestimate the value of a really good boss and really good management in a really good system. I know I know I know at such a out. Yes. Our shows sell out and some bands sell out, but they still don't have to compromise all their artistic value. Gronk entered the league is a big dumb. Dope guy. Right. I think he leaves the NFL in players who are stars with big personalities. Should take a look at gronk? You never make more money in endorsements than when you're playing in AFC championships and Super Bowls. Sometimes she got to reduce a little your personality. Just a little not all of it to fit into a structure and assistant sports loves personalities Zion. Williamson by the way, I think has a great personality but systems and cultures win personalities. Don't gronk reduced his just a little bit and leaves a first ballot all time. Arguably greatest tight end talent ever. Coach -able listened evolve grew to me, that's what smart guys doing sports. You're not a victim if your coach and your culture ask you to pull back the Facebook live in the locker room for the betterment of the team tip the cap gronk. Okay. There was a big controversial big controversial call in do can UFC. I was watching this around about ten guys. Everybody's freaking out at Duke game. So why didn't the official call a push on that rebound on Duke. All explain why coming up be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific on Fox Sports radio affects one and the iheartradio app. If you're going to build something from nothing, you've got to know what really works. I took a thousand dollar loan built a five billion dollar business. And now, I make smart investments new businesses on shark tank. I'm Barbara Corcoran. Now. I'm sharing my secrets on my pod. Gez called business unusual. You might think that looking at someone's resume and asking them a lot of questions are the key to finding the right person for a position, you're dead wrong. Follow business unusual on iheartradio or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts, by the way. So Doug Gottlieb in ten minutes. We'll talk about that. Controversial call in the Duke UCF game. I said UFC earlier. That's obviously, not UCF central Florida. And there was a no call on a push and fans. Make this mistake a lot in the media. Makes this mistake. Sports are not officiated the exact same way late in games. Just like, they're not coached the same way. Just like rules change, Layton games. They did not call a push because refs swallow their whistle in close. Big games late always ever noticed in the NFL on a hail Mary. They never call pass interference. Even though everybody's grabbing and pushing. You ever noticed in soccer? You very rarely with a minute and a half, two minutes left. See a penalty kick because rafts don't want to call it unless it's agreed in hockey, you go to overtime refs want it fully manned. They don't want unless it's agreed grievous hockey raff is not gonna take a guy off the ice. But Colin game should be officiated the same way why they're not played the same earliest late. They're not coached the same earliest late. There are rules that change you have a two minute warning late not early in overtime college. Or pro football the rules all changed, by the way in the NBA. If you call a time out late in games, they take the ball. And they move it to the other end of the floor that don't do that in the first quarter the second quarter and the third quarter. Why do they do it at the end of the game to make the game more competitive? You also can't do hacker shack in the NBA. Layton games anymore. There's all sorts of rules in place telling you that games are different late football. Basketball baseball. You can't do a challenge in baseball after the seventh inning. You can't do a challenge in football under the two minute warning. So the rules change late in games officials also officiate differently. They get out of the way member Christmas day last year. Lebron Kevin Durant and LeBron claimed he was fouled twice when you have LeBron and Kevin Durant to two biggest stars in the NBA going to the basket late. Lebron claimed he was fouled twice. They swallowed the whistle by the way several years ago in the finals LeBron failed. Kevin Durant going on the baseline. They swallowed their whistle there. Go ask New Orleans Saints fans referees will allow aggressive play late. They always have. And they always will. They don't wanna get in the way of an outcome. But they should know they shouldn't rules. Change late overtime. Rules are not the same as regular rules. NBA? They advanced the ball NFL. You can't challenge baseball. You can't challenge hockey, they won't call anything in overtime. That's the way it should work in sports. You don't drive to work going the same speed limit. There's the freeway there's offroad their side road their school zones. This idea there's just officiate same rules. Not the great ones. They get. It officials do not want to be in the newspaper the following morning. Having called a foul that wasn't a foul. They're much better off not calling anything disappearing and letting them play. Okay. I know it makes you mad. You don't want to hear it. But every time people are furious at officiating almost always it's because something that wasn't called not something that was and deny think it was a Porsche wanna pushing in basketball. But I didn't think they were gonna call that. I don't think you decide a game that way, by the way UCF. I had a chance for an alley oop dunk. Blewett Duke came down hit a shot. It was a five point swing four or five point swing. That's your game. That's not your game. That MS jam at the other end was the game. Rules, change coaches coach differently. They substitute differently. You can't hack a shack late. They moved the ball and basketball down the floor late. They don't do it early. That sports joy Taylor. The news. Turn on the news. This is the third line news. Officially eliminated from the playoffs this weekend after they lost. The nets jumps the first time. The Broncos miss the playoffs in fourteen years. And while the is taking a lot of the blame for the Lakers woes this year his physical therapist who worked with him during his groin injury is coming to his defense. Dr Karen, Jo Baer wrote on Instagram. I want you all to know. How bad is injury wasn't is the pain he endured he was on the court and six weeks. It should have been six months unselfishly, he endured pain pain pain, you'd not want to let the Lakers down the fans down. But I know what he went through. I learned about determination the will to win how to get the job done. He is a force to be reckoned with it was a picture of her and LeBron in what looks like the physical therapists office. Yeah, they're go training room Lakers. She's since deleted this. Of course, it's kind of interesting timing considering it they had just been eliminated from the playoffs. But I also don't know who this helps. I obviously don't think the Lakers love having this up because it's it's not really a good look for them. If. He should have been out six months, and he was out there playing in six weeks. But it's also not a great look for LeBron either. Because of course, you can't just post information about a patient's injury on the internet. So someone had to prove this pose you're assuming and then also it's like if you really were had to be out six months, what are you doing out there? This is not the point of your career where you need a push through an injury during the middle of a regular season. It's another. Moment, whether LeBron where bad things are happening on the court and he races to Instagram to save his brand or elevators individual accomplishments. I've felt this year. It's been a bad year of of kind of marketing and branding for LeBron. Everybody looks at his pizza chain and his TV shows, but like four times this year you and I and I think we've agreed on these there's been like eliminated from the playoffs bad loss. And he races to Instagram to say I blocked a shot. Right. And it's like let's LeBron should do when the season ends like recalibrate take a month off do what you wanna do. Go see a therapist Coon by a guru get back into the team thing. I just feel like this year's been all about LeBron, and I get L as very much a, you know, celebrity town, but it's almost like Cleveland and Akron kept. Lebron check like he felt like he was part of a community in a fabric that at least in Cleveland. There was a feeling that if he doesn't do. Do it literally. No one will. And it was his idea what the Lakers where he's just he's going to get another star. We just know it and everything's just gonna work out. We just know it in the basketball guys are just gonna give this to us and it didn't. And it was issue after issue injury after injury. And this is just another example to me like, I don't get this. It doesn't help anyone it doesn't help LeBron. Because if you really that injured there's no reason you should be out. There is a six month injury. It's no region should be out there in six weeks. And it doesn't have the Lakers at all. So it's just it's just one more thing. It's like, okay. This is done. We know there was a lot of issues. Let's just all kind of right off into the sunset of the summer. And and allow us all to clear the air. So after going an eighteen point lead in the fourth quarter of Saturday's loss in Charlotte. The Celtics were blown out on their home floor last night against the Spurs. Kyrie's was seen sitting away from team during timeouts and walked the locker room with twenty seconds left in the fourth quarter. And after the game was asked about his leadership. It's hard team environments are hard. You know? It's not as simple as you know, listening to everybody else speak about what's going on with our with the team. You know, it's it's hard being a professional athlete being team environment. One accomplish something very great. You know, everyone always going to say, well, then you do this do that. But nobody. Nobody's been my position. Nobody you speaking about here to understand that like to speak on my focus is figuring out. You know, the guys that haven't as locked on how to get the best out of them. And then to get the best out of me Celtics have lost four in a row and five of the last ten so just been not exactly the way you wanna be rolling into the playoffs. I I don't know what to make of the Celtics. I when they're playing great. It's like no worries. These are the Celtics expected, and then when they're down it it feels on their good night possible. They're really good like when you watch them on their good nights when Kyrie's hot and they're playing and then Hayward's going to Golden State box. And it's like, but they have they are wildly inconsistent. Like, I always feel like certain teams like the raptors Denver. You kind of get the same team every night. Right. Boston. You get Golden State and Boston. I get wild versions. Emotionally volatile. Yes. Yes. They are. And I don't understand it. I I do think that Kyrie is. Is still learning. How to be that number one guy? And he's he's still adjusting to that. And maybe they do have some chemistry issues style of play with Kyrenia and Gordon Hayward, and it's not all just as simple as everybody getting along. But it's just it's just not the way you want to be able to buy if you're great at anything. It is harder to move into a team concept. I mean when Dion Sanders didn't wanna tackle the odds like all cover your best receiver. I'm not into the tackling thing when you're great it is harder to fit because you have no limitation sometimes into a coach's system. And I think Kyrie's twenty something year old kid, and he struggled a little with its w end of the world, not a bad guy. And I also think he said something that's true leaderships hard. I mean I've seen politicians in their forties. It can't leave. It is possible for twenty seven year old kid to still be maturing and figuring out lead. That's real. That's very human. That's very normal. Sure. I I will say the basketball has always been. Team sport. So if you're at basketball, you've always literally been in the environment where you're playing with other people. So I I do get it. Yes. See still developing and figuring it all out, and he gets more on the court. Actual system issues that are preventing Celtics from assistance, but again wanna get together for the playoffs. And finally, congratulations to everyone who pick the most boring bracket and your pool for the first time since its ornament extent expanded sixty four teams in nineteen eighty-five all sixteen betting favorites. One. Three times in two thousand nine ninety five and ninety one the favorite team had won fifteen of sixteen games in the round of thirty two. But this is the first year in which the chalk went undefeated and a lot of the favorites. One in blowout. Fashion to Duke was the closest call consensus, chalk guy. So I always go all chalk, I'll pick one upset five twelve. So my brackets in great shape. My in great shape. But I went with a lot of the the favorites. Do I just think that, you know, the talent throughout the course of the year? I made a prediction on the championship game. Which is now not possible because of seeding. But do you remember what that game was it was due and big ten team Michigan? Yeah. So all year long. I kept saying Duke Michigan are gonna play in the championship won. As the best talent. One has the best endgame coach. And I still believe that. But they can't now. Now, they'll meet on one side of the bracket, they won't be in the championship at the two teams. I feel best about this morning are Duke, Michigan and. Then I really like North Carolina. Yeah. I mean, I have Duke in North Carolina in the championship game. Yeah. It's probably good peg North Carolina's really got a great combination of NBA guys. And really good college players who aren't NBA guys who have been there there you still get credit for that though. You can't you can't help the seatings. No, you're right. I should get humongous credit for that joy with the news. Well, that's the news. And thanks for stopping by heard lie is a college basketball expert, but no so much more. He's the Duggar Fox Sports radio after my show. You know, we got him today. Let's bring in Doug got leave. Awesome. Oh, they man. I was sitting there watching that game with seven guys yesterday. And they're all complaining, I'm like, hey UCF hit the Allieu dunk. You win the basketball game. What did you make of the no call on the rebounding thing there's a series of of no calls? Yeah. Right. I xiv. Williamson drives his right and spins back to his left. Yeah. Now, it's I hate it in college basketball, but nine times in ten that's called a chart. Yeah. Then he drives in and taco fall all of seven foot twelve. Yeah. Is at the rim. Not trying to take charge hand straight up. It's called verticality K eight two seven to eight times in ten in all of basketball. Now, that's not called a foul was called a foul for Duke then's, I Williamson and this shouldn't be dismissed. And I love the kid chokes the free throw right front room a free throw that you make you tie the game. Yeah. That's choking free throw. So even if we say, hey, RJ Barrett pushed off which is pretty clear, and but there is no box out should have been a foul. Okay. I. Except on the other. If you look at the other side the other block. Hey, it's what's called a hook. And hold watch. As UCS players is the box out, and there's a hook in hold of his arm. That's a point of emphasis in college basketball because last year, so you don't like the officiating. I just thought that the way in which college basketball has been officiated all season long is one way and in thirty seconds right there. It was completely different. So let me ask you. This. College basketball is one basketball is like this. I heard your opening rent but another game it's World War three. It is show me what you got intestinal fortitude. Go and get a rebound. No excuse I the way on the other hand shove in the back is usually called. Yeah. I mean, I just it was a foul officials generally just wanna get the heck out. I remember LeBron Katie and the baseline about two years ago in the final two or three LeBron hooked him, and everybody's crying. And I'm like superstars basket minute left. They just there's there's a difference a hook of on an offensive move. Right. Yeah. Man. When a guy jumps you push him in the back. Get the rebound late in the foul. It's about. We'll so's about hail Mary. You're pushing guys. Nobody calls anything. Those are all fouls. Yes. Again, different. This is one against one. I have inside position. I leave the ground. I you push being back. Yes. Do I think it's a do? I think there's a similarity. Yes. But in basketball, it's almost always called it just is the the part. I would only part I would defend is is if central Florida you're not supposed to jump there. We're just supposed to do is the second the shot goes up bunks guy out box bucks about didn't do that. By the way Zion. I've said this before one name Oprah Madonna LeBron Kobe magic bird. There's a reason the Greek freak, although wildly talented. We didn't know who he was out of college. Last names hard to describe say for most people Zion. Look sounds feels like a superstar in this league. His game is joy, it's Duke Zion. The one name I'm watching this kid. There's no subtlety he jumps off television set. I think he's gonna fly past all but about three NBA stars when he walks in terms of value excitement ticket sales. He'll never be LeBron at least not probably won't be Durant or staff when you watch him. But one the last college basketball player was this big. Well, I mean, Ben Simmons didn't play in the NCAA. But he wasn't. I I wasn't rushing to my TV to watch Ben Simmons. It's also it's a combination of the fact that there is a build up with the YouTube dunks. Yes. Plays for Duke. Yes. Look playing for Duke has a ton of value. Yes. Like, so many people in our position they're in such denial of what is what the tournament does for the value of the brands of the player. Yes. Job mirant. Everybody in basketball new job Mirant was he won one game. And suddenly became kind of a household name because his team played in the tournament beat Marquette. Right. So I I think Zion. The combination of the YouTube build up the dunks the fact that he's a little bit different than other guys. He does appear kind of bigger than life. And then he plays for Duke. And he makes likeable and he plays with a smile on his face. So I love I, you know, look when I sat in your seat. And I told you this before off air, I think as long as people have reasonable. I they're not going to but reasonable expectations of what he will be gay. He is if you combined Blake Griffin, and Roddy Rogers and Draymond green. And maybe a little bit of LeBron. Right. That's what you must. Show together Barclay a little bit Barclay people. Forget that when Barkley came on early in his career. He was a freak athlete. Oh, good loan. And if Barclay played the NBA today, he's really self deprecating. I couldn't play that's not true all play in the NBA day. He would be Draymond green. Only an offensive weapon really is only offense weaponry housing. The would be great any era. I understand. But but back then Barkley was an undersized power forward right now. Barkley would be a small ball center and small ball lineups. Which is what Zion? Williamson will be. And it'll be a very good one. He's he's making threes more. Now, he's leaks comfortable as a passer is a high basketball QE plays heart. The question's going to be his body. What's it to be? How long can you play? It that way. All right. Hey, stick around. We've got a bunch of stuff today. We got stuff on Kobe and LeBron that don't like each other nearly as much as all the nice stuff thrown out there. The kyri Irving situation. Drunks retirement, don't go anywhere back in a second one. Doug godly, be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific. Great to have ya in dreaded. Cold and flu season, try Vic sign next nasal spray, twelve hours Vic Sonics Natal's Ray. The Doug Gottlieb joining us, right talk. Some college basketball. Let's shift to this. You know? It's funny about basketball is that Brad Stevens is a great coach in college. And pro he's got an offensive system. And sometimes I'm not blaming anybody here, then you get kyri. And I was saying this morning in the history of the NBA if you had a one on one tournament for guys under six three kyri would potentially win it left hand. Right. He's a great closer shoot basket. I mean, he's really an amazing talent. Could I make the argument that it's not Kyrie's fault? It's not Brad Stevens fault that they just don't by the way, Mike dantonio doesn't work. Well with a lot of Biggs Gregg Popovich would not be good with Kobe as much as they said they would have loved to play together kind Rian Brad Stevens. It's not a good fit. Yeah. I don't know if it's just carrion Brad Stevens. But there is something amiss with this team. You know, they were two of eighteen from three in the first half the other day two of eighteen from stop shooting threes. Right. You know at at at some point and who's taking who's taking those threes. But there is there's something to a fight. Over join I've Thanh talk. But this is it the con or the conch from Lord of the flies. I don't know caso so ever had the conscious or conch where was it. Conc con con. Okay. Whoever had the conch had the power gronk end com today. And it's like they're all wrestling for carries. Like, look, I got it. I got it. All right, fine. Dude. What are you gonna do? Now when you leave right? So I do think there's some sort of disconnect between that staff, which is made up of you know, business types, right? Like like, Brad is there's no facial expression. There's there's no there's no down. He just solid is the days long almost kind of like a banker member that's his background after he got into playing in college. Roy went back in and the rest of his staff role. Really smart, really good guys. And then you have. There's kind of a different group there that they brought in from what they used to have you know, like. The Morris twin is a is a leader and a vet and a tough guy, but sometimes a tough guy to to work with others. And then you have you know, kyri personality who's he's he's still trying to kind of find himself alone. Find his leadership voice, then you have Marcus smart, who can't shoot doesn't seem to know. He can't shoot. But is invaluable with all the other little things. He does you know. Then you've got carry Rozier is like, wait. I was good at times lashing the playoffs, and I'm playing there's just there's something amiss there with the Celtics. If you think chemistry doesn't matter. I give you the Boston Celtics who on paper should be one of the elite teams in the NBA. And yet are all over the map. The only problem with was saying with calling the Celtics dead is look at the west, and you got the Oklahoma City thunder who couple of months ago were, you know, like a rocket ship and now and now they're a disaster in their own, right? Sometimes guys are around each other too much. That's also by the way in both situations. You have a star point guard Westbrook in kyri who are. All time talents and basketball's a unique game it Kobe at the end was no day at the beach to play with the game changed stabbed Elsa wasn't a point guard. And it's different like what happens with people as they. They look at assist numbers. And they did this Russell, and they do is for kyri and like well ago, this is he had like, you can be and I know this because that's what I did like, you can be selfish and get assists. Yes, marbury. Yeah. I mean, listen, there's there's a way to do it in basketball. If you throw it to a guy, and he jumps up makes a shot. That's an assist for you. You could also hold a ball. So it's not the the hockey assist is what you want you want to get it moving and have an extra pass. But that's not what these guys do. They wanna make every single play. They want either make the shot get fouled or create the shot for others. But going back to the Celtics they are mess. And I I think we all assumed by now they would have it together. But I think it feels worse not better. So it it interesting about Kobe Bryant LeBron. They. They were always different players. I always felt Coby was sort of the closest thing I've seen in my life to Michael Jordan. That's not a revelation. We all know that. And I always thought when LeBron's came into the league he had a little bit more magic than Michael. He's not the killer. He had a little pip, and he was a slasher, blah, blah, blah, and so- Kobe and LeBron they have different games. They also have different personalities one is a score to the end. And one really is. Actually, I think LeBron's greatest asset is his unselfishness in high school junior to senior year. He averaged one more point he could average twenty more points. So I don't think Kobe's rooting for LeBron. I think he'll say publicly all the right things. But I thought last week Kobe came out and took a shot at LeBron. Which is I would have to be dead not to play in games. What do you make of the relationship? Well, I think you nailed it in that Kobe might be saying one thing, but privately enjoying the fact that LeBron is struggling in L A and it suddenly now it's become Kobe's town yet. Again. Right, right. It's the the many lives. Kobe Bryant are fascinating to watch. You know, because it was Kobe versus shack. And then he had the off the court issues changes numbers. And then remember he wanted to be traded Koby fill and Kobe versus fill and then the end of Kobe as you point out like people want to come play with them. He had the ridiculous contract. He had the standard. But somehow then he ends up with sixty point since last game. You're like, well, you have it as being like still sixty was still sixty point. Right. I mean put together he had the lowest. I think field goal percentage in the entire NBA. And yet he found a way to have sixty on his last night in an MBA uniform. I do think they're wired differently. I do think there's a there's a a massive disconnect there. I don't think that they're boys. And I think he's privately enjoying the problem with it, though, is that Kobe at least part of his legacy is tied to rob Pelinka. Like, they are the closest of friends they're the closest ally agent that was his agent and now in the front off the GM of the Lakers. And so while I don't think he minds LeBron failing in his first year. I don't think he wants his dear friend to fail. And I do think he's a Laker. And he knows that the Lakers winning is good for business. It's good for Kobe's brand long kids, go go like look at that sit down interview with Mike Greenberg. And he was like I'm over it. I've moved on. I don't care about the goat conversation. Do that is a stone face lie. Of course. Kobe cares. All of a sudden, he's going go like, no, I don't I don't care about it. Of course. He does. Like that's why he did one two three four five. He he was in the conversation with Mike. He wants to remain in that conversation with. Mike and his legacy does remain very very important. And by the way for people that don't live in Los Angeles. This is a magic Kobe town wilt too long gone, Jerry West is eighty shack is elsewhere Kareem was too aloof worthy was good. Not all time. Great. It's a magic Kobe town. They have immense juice in this town now Magic's more communities and out in front and Kobe's ten Orange County, but Kobe still got juice in this city and Coby talks people. Listen and for the record. He's had a very good second career out a basket maze. He's having amazing career smart. And he's he started his basketball cabin which is in Thousand Oaks, which the other side of Los Angeles. He's still is daughters team is like super dominant in in youth basketball. So like he's actually doing a lot of very very interesting. Interesting things in Kobe. And then, of course, the the movies and books and stuff. All right. Rob gronkowski retires might take away as we saw him as a big dumb dope. But he actually became a wise old man that he became. As the eroded a better blocker. He reduced his personality to fit into the ballot. Check Yunwei saved every penny. He ever made is that. Here's a guy that came into the league is a grog. And he was very thoughtful smart guy. Brady's best friend on the team. I kind of like I kind of like the later gronk better. But I'm kind of impressed by rookie wrong. Retiring gronk a little bit of two different people. Sometimes I just think that he kind of had us all full with a little bit. You know, because look we work here you work on Sundays. Tony gonzala. Right. We he and I grew up playing a U basketball together. Right. He's the greatest pass catching tight end of all time. Shannon sharpe. Is right there in that discussion. Jan work with two of the all time greats gronk is greater because he was always a good blocker because in order to stick with the patriots. You could not be a guy that we we have to run the other way. Right. And he showed that and the sacrifice of ego much like Larry FitzGerald going in the slot. For a star tight end late in his career to go. Like, hey, I'm not gonna get you know, I'm not going to get anything in the red zone. Even I will be a star blocker BA star role player to steal from. Well. The bronze said about Tristan Thompson going back a couple of years ago. I think the the wide array of skills e ad and the ability to late in his career when his body was starting to fail him still make plays with the size and with his hands. And with his brain like he had his fooled as as a big oaf. And does he does he have a childish to them? Sure. But he's dumb like a FOX the money thing is just one part of it watch. How he plays football. He was a savant on the football field. And then by the way, like you get out on top when you win the Super Bowl, and then drew Rosenhaus early date throughout like, hey, you know, what's to say Tom Brady doesn't call him late in the year. He doesn't come back. He is body's feeling him. And I'm sure he'll see how he feels if he feels like he can go late in the year. Yeah. You know? It's. You know, it's there's a tight end at Iowa who I was talking to an executive in the end we won the it's the blocking tight tight ends out of Iowa. Yeah. The kid that can block a has name here. What is it? TJ Hawkins San Jose was talking to an NFL about two weeks ago. And he said that's the closest thing to gronk that college football is gonna give us because of the big twelve and the way they moved the footprint offense offenses, no tight end tight ends don't block. They said Iowa's got the next. Gronk. He not gronk. But he's the closest thing that gronk. And I think he's just been you know, it it's funny. You know, the Steelers, you know, lady and bell said, I can't do my music in Abia Takano personality. There is something. I've always felt this is that you can still be a big character. Of course, you can't and wildly successful. I mean. Gronk was smart enough to just say I'm going to scale back a little bit on the boat cruises. Not take my coach off as much in the end ended up playing in February and made a bunch of money on endorsements. No question again, like the the guys who say I can't do this and still be allowed in the strictest organization football, rob gronkowski, not just survived. But he thrived and some of that is because he has a lot of talent. But a lot of that is because the guys who say they can't do it. They just don't understand how to separate church and state if you separate church and state, you do your thing off off camera. You'll be fine. Doug Gottlieb, Fox Sports radio after us, Colin right, Colin wrong. Our two next one more heard heard streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio app. Search her to listen live or on demand. Whenever you like. Our two in LA. This is now her wherever you may be in. However, you may be listening. We're alive in Los Angeles on iheartradio, Fox Sports radio and FM S one. I don't know what the weather is today. Joy. I wore a sweater because his often cold in our studio. It's been cold outside of the last two. Is it a nice day today? Supposed to be nice today. All fairness, it's always a different temperature in this this room is anywhere. If you wanna know why I wish sweaters mostly because skipping Shannon, like a cold studio. I think that's what it is David David Letterman liked to cold student. Those lights and stuff. You know? I mean, I have a heated blanket over here every day every day. Yes. So on high. Well, we always do this every Monday we used to just do it in the football season. And I said we saw the numbers people really liked it that I don't think enough people in our business admit when they're wrong and call themselves out. And I think it's something that I'd like to do because I have strong opinions. So it's only fair when I with I've got to come out and say it and you've responded by making often one of our highest rated segments every week. So we do it on Mondays at this time. It's calling right Colin wrong. Where Colin was right. Well, we set only sixteen could win this tournament and all six or left. We said, Duke Carolina, Tennessee, Gonzaga, Michigan Virginia, those ear sixteens with the highest percentage not just because of their seed. Here's the reality. There's not a lot of NBA guys in college basketball. Find the teams that either have an NBA guy or two or induce case for and then fine coach. Who have a history of winning games? Coaching matters a lot here NBA talent matters a lot. And even when you do find the occasional upset the team that wins by upset the following game usually loses. Go chalk. I've always been top ten percent in every bracket I've ever had. And it's not because I watch more college basketball or some expert. I just go the teams that have an NBA player or to go at teams that have turned experience. Go with teams that plan a lot of big games and full arenas that can handle the pressure six for six. They're all remaining where Colin was raw wrong retired. And I said twice last week. I thought he was going to come back for one more year. Listen, it was either one more year retired is bodies falling apart. I didn't have any great sources on this. But I said my hunch is he's become a really really important blocker college football doesn't produce those and the truth is he's a really coach -able player. And I think New England and him had a, wink, wink, nudge, nudge relationship with it didn't ask. A ton of him until late in the year. And he was unbelievable in the Super Bowl and unbelievable AFC championship. But in the end gronk noses body. It's probably as much about not wanting to practice not wanting to go through the grind. He's probably gonna go somewhere warm and end up on a boat somewhere. But I thought he had one more year left at him. And now he's gone where Colin was right? Listen, the NFL is pretty simple get a quarterback. And even if he's a pain in the butt if he can play just keep resigning him. What are the Steelers do this weekend worked on a new Big Ben contract? I think he's passive aggressive. I don't think he's the greatest leader. But in the end you're going to let a star receiver. Go you're gonna let a star Baco. You gotta you gotta go with the guy that takes sixty snaps and they supported him in the press and this weekend they were working on a new contract. He had the worst PR week of his life. And in the end matter not one iota again he and Aaron Rodgers Carson Wentz have got to get better at uniting everybody. In locker rooms. But Russell Wilson had a little pushback from star players. And you know, what Seattle did got them all out of town and Seattle rebooted and made the playoffs. This is the NFL if there's quarterback gets into a fight with the star ship in the stuff out of town. They're keeping the quarterback another illustration of this with Big Ben in the Steelers where Colin was raw. Listen, I picked the Lakers who in forty eight games. There was in a million years. If you've told me they won't win any more than a year before LeBron got there Ida said hard pass on that take injuries were a big component. And the other thing is they just don't have enough shooters. It's not that their average at shooting. They're terrible at it. They don't have a single elite shooter in the building. They had brook Lopez one of the best shooting bigs, let him go the had Lou Williams. Let him go to get Kyle Kuzma, which I guess you can argue, but they got eliminated before. Sacramento in Minnesota to really bad teams or disappointing teams. I wished on the Lakers this year where Colin was right? But I've been saying for years don't tell me Kevin Durant better than LeBron. Kevin Durant, not the most valuable player on his own team and this Saturday night. Steph did not play for the warriors. And they got blown out by thirty five at home of the fourteenth seeded Mavericks, Golden State this year without Steph curry is five and seven when Kevin Durant doesn't play. They're often better than Kevin Durant. Great. He's an unbelievable all-time talent. But he's not that valuable Golden State was fine before him. They'd be fine without him. When he misses games, they still win at the same clip. But when Steph curry doesn't play this team's amass by the way, nobody's disputing talent. But when they hand out these MVP awards, the word is most valuable Steph curry is far more. Valuable to the warriors than Kevin Durant is where Colin was wrong. Mike trout signed a twelve year contract in the last three weeks. Manny Machado signed a ten year deal. Bryce Harper signed a thirteen year deal. I just don't get it. I thought they were done. I thought baseball exacts went, you know, these are awful all of them. None has ever worked by the year two or three you're basically begging to get out of the contract. And we got three guys stunning. Massive contracts on what's interesting is Mike trout to speed guy. He's his big thing is he can steal basis. I thirty covers a ton of ground in the outfield. I'm not sure he's gonna age, particularly well, he's already in his peak. My guess is he's got four to five peak years left, and that will be less than half the way through the contract. I don't get it. I understand. He's a star. I would never in a million will call and what would you do? I would have gone out and gotten three first round picks a closer an ace. And a starting second baseman. I'm not signing any employees to a thirteen. Year contract. But once again, I'm wrong. Baseball's now addicted to it, despite the fact, none of them. None of them have worked out for the team where Colin was right. Been saying for a year of in preaching it. The Cowboys are smart they used to be quirky when Jerry was young and had more energy. But this past free agency Randall Cobb one year deal, very affordable, George Illo cut a safety one year contract. Very smart. The Cowboys had become one of the smartest teams in football. They're not paying Randall Cobb anything and he's going to come in and be a number three receiver. He probably gonna play about thirteen games have sixty five catches four touchdowns. They paid nothing for him between their drafts where they have been. They have just nailed on the defensive side of the ball. They built their offensive line on that draft got criticized for it. They were right. They made the Amari Cooper trade. They got ripped for it. They were right. They did this year in free agency last year. They drafted a linebacker from Idaho. You couldn't find the town on a map. He ended up being the steel in the draft. This is a smart and subtly smucker franchise, they go away against Jerry's brand which is splashy and big and loud. The Cowboys have once again proven along with Philadelphia the Colt New England, maybe both L A teams Kansas City. They are a really well. Run franchise where Colin was raw I've been clobber in the Green Bay Packers for years because they just won't go out and spend money in free agency. But you know, what they did a great job. They spent twenty eight million on Billy Turner, a very good offensive lineman who will help Aaron Rodgers. They spent fifty two million on Preston. Smith sixty six million dairy Smith linebackers who will both especially Preston Smith make an impact Adrian, ammos. They spent four years thirty six million. I loved every one of those signings their offensive line got better. Protect Aaron Rodgers and their defense. Got better. Get the ball back to Aaron Rodgers. I've been banging on the Packers for years for being cheap. I thought they had as. Good a free agency as any team in the NFL, not splashy names. But guys who will start guys who will either protect Aaron Rodgers or get the ball back to Aaron Rodgers. I loved what Green Bay did. I'm actually fascinated to see what they do in the draft. Because the new owner the new guy running this team between last year's draft. This year's free agency has been really exceptional where Colin was right, March madness highest ratings in twenty five plus years, why because of two things I always preach about stars matter. It's why I talk about Tom Brady, and why talk about big band in. Why talk about LeBron every day. College basketball has its first star and fifteen years Zion. Williamson is why these ratings are through the roof and the other thing. Favorites are winning everybody always tells you they love the underdog. No, they don't if you love the underdog. Then why do the ratings go down in this tournament every year when Duke and Kentucky and Kansas get eliminated? This tournament has always had its highest ratings when two things happen to things I've preached for years favorites win and you've got stars this year. You've got both where Colin was raw last year when Trevor Aretha left, and Luke Imbaba moutain left, the rockets, I said they peaked it's over you know, what I like more. Now, they've done a great job. Daryl Maury deserves a ton of credit. They've rebooted this team. They beating the warriors three a four. They've won fourteen sixteen. Kenneth reads a physical presence Iman Shumpert in Austin rivers are guards that can match up. Well with the warriors they played defense. They have quietly done a. Terrific job to reboot this team. And I gotta be honest with you. I think I liked the way they match up against Golden State more than last year. I was surprised how well they matched up, and I kind of buried them when Trevor areso left, I'm like, you gotta resign that guy and the other thing that they went and got mellow which I hated and this is what smart people do they're like, you know, what doesn't work mistake out. They didn't try to convince everybody they were smart. They didn't try to grab onto their mistake. They're like listen. It didn't work. We try to bring in Carmelo it. Didn't work. You know, even Derek jeeter struck out a lot. They're not paralyzed by making a mistake. They take risks. And I think they've worked really well. And I think they're going to be a good matchup for Golden State. I don't think they'll beat them. But I think they've re-engineered this team. And I love it, Colin right, Colin wrong. There you go. Something this weekend happened. And I think it's kind of sad. And I know a lot of people will laugh at this person. And they'll they'll pound their fist and say, I told you so, but it's kinda sad. We'll talk about that. Plus James Harrison two-time Super Bowl champ. Five time pro bowler. His thoughts about gronk. He faced him a few times. That's coming up. Be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific on Fox Sports radio affects one and the iheartradio app. Our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy the tiny little categories that make us feel safe. I'm Erin minke. Most days I'm writing and producing the hit podcast lore. Now. I'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with Aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every Tuesday and Thursday, you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation, listen along on apple podcast iheartradio or wherever you listen to podcasts step inside gather round. I'd like to take you on a tour. Welcome to the cabinet of curiosities. Saturday the seeping biggest off season signings. Hit the field with their new teams. First Bryce Harper and the Phillies take on Freddie Freeman and the Braves then the giants face off against Manny Machado in the Padres. It all starts at four eastern one Pacific on f s one and the Fox Sports Phillies, actually, Harper's not the only guy they signed this year. David Robertson, the Yankee closer jeans gurus on their Andrew mccutchen to the Phillies actually spent a bunch of money Harper's the big signing might take away. His though these ten twelve year contracts. I love rice Harper's from Vegas. I know is met him at his dad. I just think halfway through the contract. He's out of his prime and you're on the hook for another two hundred million dollars. I just don't get it. I mean, that's why the NFL even if you have a bad contract in the NFL, boom. You can get out of it in about ten minutes. Something happened this weekend, a story broke and for many people. They will say, yeah, I told you the guy was allowed mouth, blah, blah, blah, big baller brand. It's been discovered got ripped off by a business associate and lavar ball. Can't find one point five million. He got scammed. He is not a man that has one hundred one point five million just give away in a business. It's a fledgling business. I it's been a bad last six months for lavar ball in the big baller. Brand lavar ball was loud in the loudest guy at the bar is generally not the smartest guy in the bar. But lavar had some good qualities. I think he's a good dad. I think he loves his family. The problem would lavar is he didn't have a ton of substance beyond the loud. I'm okay with Lao. Charles Barkley was loud, and Dion Sanders was loud. There's a lot allowed guys. Manny ramirez. Made a lot of noise. I'm okay with loud. The kardashians. Make a lot of noise. But they're brilliant behind the scenes. They have connected with the best retailers. TV producers in Hollywood a gronk, by the way is loud. But he saved every penny became incredibly coach -able and evolved as a football player for a lot of people today. It's an I told you so with lavar ball, I feel bad. I think it's sad. He got take. Can he's a victim here. He is. He's a victim of somebody who allegedly scammed him out of one point five million dollars. Which if you're starting a business that doesn't mean anything for a dis edit mean anything for under armor, but for a man starting a business that's the beginning. And that's the end of the business. Some of it has been the loudness Lonzo ball's on the trade block. He's hurt. Again. A lamelo how the China theft is Aster. But for those who were never fans, it's an I told you so moment to me, it's an American scam. And I feel bad for anybody who ever gets caught up in that and gets hoodwinked and snookered by that. And so I feel bad for lavar ball today. I do. Yeah. I mean, it's a situation where somebody took advantage of someone else. And it happens all the times. Nice lived athletes or famous people will get scammed all the time. And it's it's unfortunate that people were rooting against lavar ball kind of rooting for him to fail. And I know I don't think this means is the failure. I mean, this is a family operation to begin with. It's just right. He law. Lonzo's a victim in this case. The families got taken advantage of by someone who stinks Liden skeletons. Yeah. By the way, that they created a show called American greed Jeter watch that show and a lot of smart people got taken to the get smart people taking advantage of all the time. Well, however, much money, it is really really doesn't matter. It's it's the principle of it. But yeah, I mean, you really should be rooting for him to succeed. He's going against the grain and creating their brands so the people that rooted against it for it to fail number made sense to me anyway. All right, James Harrison, let's bring him on what a perfect time for James Harrison fifteen years in the NFL all time Steelers sack leader multiple Super Bowl. Multiple pro bowls. So there's a lot talking about man. Oh, man. Did you pick a good day? First of all, let's just start with gronk. I think he came into the league and we saw him as a big dopey football player. And at the end, I was like savvy situational smart hell of a blocker Tom Brady teammate. What did you make as a player? You know, very dominant player, you know, especially, you know, at his position, you know. He did he put up numbers, you know, those nine years that you know, are comparable to receivers. You know, what I'm saying not people in his position, you know, just being narrow, you know, he's he's a good guy. He's he's funny. You know, he can be a goofy. Sometimes, you know, very, very cultural, very approachable personable. You know, you're one of the few people on the planet played against him schemed against him. And then played with him was he different in the room then facing him. He never really said anything, you know, he was a good blocker. I didn't feel like he was really a, you know, a dominant blocker. I really didn't feel like it was truly a lot of you know, dominant blocking tight ends out there not many in the league at all anymore. So, you know, he he really wasn't a talker out there, you know, science thing, you know, a practice other than, you know, you know, being goofy playing around, you know, something like that. Yeah. Okay. So we got Steeler things to unpack here. First of all, Josh Haret. Josh Harris had a tweet about a week ago. And he said big band years ago intentionally fumbled. And as I said on the air at the time. How do I know? I have no idea. I got no sourcing on this. I had somebody I trust in Pittsburgh, text me and say Josh Harris is friends with Antonio Brown. They were guys and they both hate ban. Just unpack it for me. What do you make it as claim, you know, that's that's what he believes on? Obviously since he stated I don't see anyone going to that. Extreme of even if the situation was I see said, it was he didn't like what was going on the call whatever. And he decided to you know, do what he did. I don't see that. I don't even want to go into extreme anything happen. You know, the ball the other team get the ball running back touchdown. Now. You're in a fight, you know, in, you know, ended the game James where people talking about that fumble after it happened to you. Remember, I don't even remember it. So there you go. So in the locker room, it wasn't a hot topic. Yeah. I don't. I don't. I don't remember. Yeah. Wow. Okay. Let's talk about other things. Big Ben's, not a great teammate. And by the way, not everybody pile of in the locker room. Not everybody's loved by everybody. There's probably somebody New England doesn't like Brady. Okay. This idea that everybody home about that. You know? I hated him. Always got their Big Ben was he good teammate. I think is dependent on the relationship that you have with that person, which gives you the way you you see them or how you how you respond to them, and therefore the lack of relationship that makes it to where now you're just going off what you perceive to be that person because you don't have a deeper in, you know, in detail understanding of them as far as how you communicate with other people or don't communicate with people gives you, you know, gives them their perception of you, and how you communicate with other people around here. So them saying that you know, he has an owner's mentality. You know, you see him talking to, you know, the head coast, you know, to GM the the owners, and you know, a lot of guys are nervous or think that he's unapproachable I came in and I was already there and we're being came in four. So I met you know, I met a rookie. I met a different player. So it was easier for me tomorrow. Him. I guess it is then a guy that's coming in. You know that you were one of the bedrock guys for him like so would he came in? He probably leaned on you a little bit. So you guys grew together. We yeah, we are together. You know when I came in. It was a defensive team. You know, the defense is what helped us to to win a lot of games and been, you know, of course, he did his thing. And a lot of the things that he did was when he was scrambling. You know, he scramble and he'd make big plays because we'd run the ball play exit play action. And then you know, they hit and what a what a long past. So the the people that are saying he's not a good teammate. That's their truth. That's how they feel. That's their understanding as far as their relationship. They have with him for me. I think being a good team. I think Ben is a good leader. I think you had the offense lineman that are coming out. And you know, they're like a been is a great leader, you got Marquis policy. You got Ramon foster, and you know, been was a lot closer with his office of line than he was with anybody else. Okay. Know in that organization. So that that that's true. You know, I believe they might have had a weekly thing that they did where they got together, you know, with Antonio Lamey on maybe they felt like they they should have been closer. They wanted to be closer. And you know, that's fought on both sides on being on them. If that's something that you want. You guys should have, you know, tried to build a relationship if it's nothing more than, you know, saying let's meet up once a weekend and watch film or go eat do something. So that we can get a better understanding relationship between you and me Latvian bell said something I thought it was kind of nonsense when he said, you know, I'm a person, I'm a human. I can't do my music here. And I can't do my video games. And might take away was I'm watching juju Smith, Schuster creator, a real brand. And so lazy. I mean, by the way, Jews out there every day on Instagram, and they seem to embrace it in. And I've always felt the Steelers. Unlike the Packers are very much about do your thing just come and play football. So here was and bell about that. They don't think you human what I mean. By is like, I'm an athlete, but as a human being, you know, saying, well, I still play video games. I'll still make music. It's like they don't want to like allow you to be yourself real as like they want you to be. If you're a Steeler Yuli put me playing football twenty four seven. You're not supposed to be. Play video games and like making music playing basketball. And I'm going to be doing that. Okay. Now lady and says, listen playing music basketball, where they just want you to be all football. Did you feel that was the truth? No, no. I don. I didn't feel that way. When I got there anyplace, I felt like they want you to be off oboe. It was when I went to the patriots. You know, it's no social media in their facilities. That's you know, that's a real dad. That's that's what Bill goes by even when I posted the picture with Tom. And I when I first got there, I didn't know that. But later later day or two later, he was like a, you know, we have a rule. I have a rule this is. So, you know, I'm like cool. That's fine. I don't I don't have issue with to be honest. I feel like social media itself has created a lot of these issues that we have is. Everybody's so worried about their followers. They likes. Yeah. You know, they're communists. What's going on? Yeah. So it's funny because. Pittsburgh has always been to me the Steelers really ahead of the curve in terms of empowering players, and which is interesting because Pittsburgh Joyce from Pittsburgh. It's not inevitable to small town. It's not go. Crazy. It's not almost a big city would a small town mentality. It's like a high school released city. That's like a high school. Everybody knows somebody to know somebody. And I've always thought the organization starting with the Rooney's has always been sort of pro player players. Have brands players have players make endorsements for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Green Bay you can argue suppresses at New England suppresses it. I've never felt New England does he's James Harrison's, great senior love you have it back in the studio with the news. This is the heard line news is on the Zona cardinals. See what they'll do with a number one overall pick in the draft cliff Kingsbury is not giving us any insight force until the NFL network. I think everything's on the table when you have that first pick. You've got gotta turn over every stone and look at every scenario that's out there. So we're definitely doing that coaches on the road scouts from the road, private workouts. Pro days, we won't even discuss until next week try to fill out our boards and go from there. I do think there's a truth to this. They haven't made up their mind yet. I do believe that's true because I've talked to people this year, and they say when the season ends you kind of scrambling to catch up. I got combines I have pro days. I have dra- free agency I have draft. So I think there's a lot more joy that goes on the season ends, then people think because you think about it you kind of gave everybody a little bit. Rest you wait for the season the NFL limits what you can do. Okay. Now, we have we have to combine we have we have to get our free agency with the rank all the players the combine and I got the draft. And then we got so I don't think Arizona's made their mind up yet. I think I know where they're leaning which is giving kinder. But I don't honestly, I I don't think they've made their mind. I agree. I don't think it made their mind up the draft isn't until April twenty fifth. It's March twenty fifth today. They still have quite a bit of time. A lot can happen between now. And then and it it's no benefit to them to tell us what they're going to do unless it was an obvious. We have the number one pick we need quarterback and the obvious number one pick in the draft is the best quarterback in college football like that that whole scenario, then it's it's like, duh. Of course, they're taking that that player, but it's not that obvious. So it doesn't benefit them in any way. Like, I said to me if I was I would trade back keep Josh Rosen and get more picture that so many pieces that you need to fill on your team. So it doesn't benefit them. I mean, we would like to know. We can talk about it. But it doesn't benefit them to tell anyone what they're gonna do that only hurts nap so grants agent. Drew Rosenhaus has several interesting things to say in an interview with Peter King. He revealed that he received a call from Bill ballot. Check check on status Thursday who urged gronk to make a final decision. But even more interesting is that he told him. He wouldn't be surprised if bronc returned to the patriots sometime in two thousand nineteen Rosenhaus told Peter King Peter King wrote Rosenhaus that it wouldn't shock him. If drunk hausky decided to come back sometime in two thousand nineteen we'll see there's nothing to indicate a return to football now for now there's a void in New England and the NFL really fun player. A really good player walked away with something left in the tank, by the way, what if he? What if he did decide at thanksgiving, or you know near that period when you can come back into the league, my body's feels great. I've been hanging out in Arizona and Florida, I don't know. I think wrong like you said everybody thinks gronk is just this big goofy guy. He he really actually is very smart. He's been smart with his money. He's managed his career. Well, I've known for a very long time. He's he's a good guy. And he's not gonna make some rash decision about the rest of his career, very close to this family. I'm sure he talked it over with the doctors. He's had a lot of injuries. He's talked about recovering from his injuries exhausting that has been. So I don't think this is something that he could a decision that he took lightly that he's just gonna walk back into football talk about him joining WWE to which is the obvious transition for him. But don't forget WWE is not easy on your body either. It's not like he's just going to be walking around the ring talking the whole time. He's going to have to do some physical stuff too. So it's that's not that simp-. Of a transition either WWE is a fifty two week a year enterprise. I've gone to WW van when it ends within twenty minutes. You nor the wrestlers are in Uber's going to the airport to the next event. If you think football. Oh my God. I just saw Stephanie McMahon. I was at an event with her. She's wonderful. That's been his daughter. You have no idea like this wrestling you just throw each other again. Guys careers in wrestling end, pretty quick to don't get your. It's very physical. So yeah. I don't know if that's going to be the exact move for him. But I don't I don't see him coming back. I don't think he took this this decision lightly. Finally, reaching the NCAA tournament is a college basketball players goal every season they're put up in hotel rooms, but their families, aren't and some families can't afford to get to the tournament to watch them play. It's university of Houston coach Kevin Sampson's spoke about it over the weekends. I've had families asked me can I sleep on my son's floor in his room. I think about that. Now. What what else might live? That's not unusual for me. Can I sleep on because they don't have the money to pay for a room? But when you look at around at how big does industry has become Mike can't we figure that out? I'm not saying give them this will give them that saying that when young men. Get to the NC double A tournament. Let's find a way to get their parents and their brothers and sisters. Plane ticket and hotel room. I don't think that's asking too much now. It's funny joy years ago. There was all this talk about college football should just do it like division three and they should just have like layers of playoffs. And that was always like I've known people who've gone to bowl games and taking their family to the fiesta bowl. And it's like that's a six thousand dollar weekend. So you're gonna ask families Ohio State Buckeye fan. And then after that ballgame you go to the Cotton Bowl. And the folks this stuff's expensive for people like a there should be some sort of reservoir of money for families. Obviously Secondly, everybody loves all these playoff systems, they're expensive. I I am my wife sometimes laugh now big sports fan should be like, how do I call those Iowa State people travel across the don't they have jobs, and I'm like, yeah. And they have to give up Fridays and Thursdays in like, everybody loves the playoff system in the media. You're not paying to go to all. These different places and fly your family to watch your kids play. He's he's absolutely right there should one hundred percent money set aside to just pick a game. Whatever family doesn't have to be ridiculous. Whatever game the family wants to go to you. Fly their parents and their brothers and sisters do the game. I mean, that's not too much to ask. It's ridiculous. That families would have to sleep on their child's floor to watch them play. Taco falls mother had never seen him play a college basketball game and hadn't even seen him in seven years. The they brought her out to the game actually saw them places natty. I mean, that's that's ridiculous. It's not it's really not too much to ask the amount of money that tournaments are making you wanna get you the whole conversation about paying players and stuff. Okay. That's a different conversation. But this is definitely should we take care of. Joined the news. Well, that's the news. Thanks for stopping by. Dr heard. We got a lot of great stuff left. We really do. I've got some thoughts on a remarkable. Award was handed out this weekend that I think and football that it didn't get a lot of headlines. It's fascinating. I want to talk about that. Plus coming up next Aaron Torres. Great college basketball guy on the teams remaining is on the best NBA prospect since LeBron James there's a lot of nitpicking here. I want to go to somebody who talks to scouts who. Talks to coaches will do some final four stuff in March madness stuff coming up on Zion. Williamson who I think's going to be eight tremendous NBA player be sure to catch live additions. The heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific. Gyco. Quick and easy way. You could save money. Go to Geico fifteen minutes. Geico dot com. See how much you could save Aaron Torres, my friend. We bring him on a few times a year. College basketball insider, Fox Sports radio host. You've got multiple books. You've written for college basketball, one one and fun that twenty ten Kentucky. Wildcats. So here we go air. And this is ten minutes if you'll have. College hoops. And there's been a lot to like about it. First of all, we've got no upsets this year, virtually no upset and the ratings are through the roof. Let's start with this. Is there a reason? Or is it coincidental? Why I don't remember a year with fewer upsets, well, this only the second year ever that all one two and three seeds advanced the second weekend. Yeah. And so I don't think there's any reason other than that. It's this weird kind of confluence of events where all of the good teams are really good, right? North Carolina's really good Duke is really good for Jinya for all their struggles is playing better. They're kind of an NBA guy. Yup. They have an NBA guy Kentucky the same. Even the teams that don't have the NBA guys like Tennessee old old experience they've play together three or four years in. So I just think it was a year that all season long. It felt like those top six seven teams include Gonzaga. Maybe maybe Michigan state. It always felt like they were better than everybody else in significantly better all season. We're seeing it in this term. Okay. Let's go to the call the no call against RJ Barrett. Right. Like, he pushed right. It should be a call. Right. And my take away as late in games pro or college. They don't call pass interference on hail Marys. Sure. Raff swallow, the whistle. That's what it felt like to me. Were you bothered by it? No. I really wasn't. And I've never been blamed the ref guy at the end of games. It just felt like listen. It was a it was a hotly contested game all year, obviously UCF they're the only team in the tournament. The guy that seven foot six right like every play at the rim could be a foul one way or the other. And there was two or three calls at could have gone against UCF at various points throughout the game. They didn't that one happened to go against against central Florida. Obviously the fifth all by the way. I would mention Zion. Williamson the end one they missed a shot on that possession and got an offensive rebound. Thank you. So I'm not saying I'm just saying is the rest in it costs. Anybody by the way, UCF add to good looks at the buzzer, alleyoop dunk that would have sealed the game and then do came back and either hit or two or three. But it was a five point swing. Wasn't it four? Yeah. No. It was. Yeah. I think they came back and hit the three. But oh, by the way, here's the other one too. How about the the shot clock violation? We couldn't tell if it hit the rim. I thought they were going to take the points off the board. I gave them to they gave them to UCF. Exactly. And so to me, I just sit there, and I look at it and say there were couple calls in those final fifteen or so seconds that went dukes favor. But if you go forget the totality of the game. Just the last two or three minutes a lot went UCF's favor to. They didn't close. Okay zion. Listen, we've had players who have been great college players Pearl. Washington herald, minor they go to the NBA, and you're like, oh, this doesn't work at all. Adam Morrison gones, Azure, Twenty-eight a game just couldn't play at the NBA level. So I'm not saying there's no chance Zion jimmer for debt, buddy. He'll to go out to figure out the NBA. I just see this guy. And I see a little airy Johnson. I see a little Barkley. I see a lot of Blake Griffin to me. He's an NBA star. What are your people saying Shawn Kemp, by the way, low Shawn? Kemp hops the power didn't go high school day. But I'm just saying in general, the kind of some Sean can't leave yet power to his guy. See this guy is a star. Listen, I see him as a star to. Absolutely, I I don't think and I've said this on all the platforms. I went on with with crisper Sarda, rob Parker on their radio show the day. I said nobody there is no chance there is. And by the way, this was why I was in favor of him coming back and playing because God forbid if some kind of major injury happened he still going to go number one. Nobody is passing up on the chance to have this guy. I think he's going to be a star. I have. I can't ever remember a guy looking this awesome this dominant and co I mean look at yesterday yesterday. And this is something that's kind of crazy about this whole Duke run. They have not been the same team since he went down. And since he came back. You look at yesterday you had thirty two points. I don't think anybody else had more than fifteen or sixteen. RJ barrett. Struggled Zion had more than half of their foul shots. So his value to that team is through the roof in terms of NBA long-term. I see a superstar my only concern would be had a couple of smaller injuries in highschool. Obviously the knee thing this year could injuries be factories a little bit heavier. He's got a trim down some weight. But yeah, if you're betting on me on this guy to be like superstar to three or four best players in the league for the next fifteen years. I could totally by that. By the way, is going to go to the NBA is going to have better weight training. Eat better the NBA now is a wide open spacing game. So he's going to get one on one match ups near the basket. You can't sag you're in college. I can just sag in on him. He should have more trouble in college. In fact, the. The congestion in college is intense in the NBA. He's going to get a lot of threes and fours down low and he's going to draw fouls. Now, would you take Duke or the field at this point? Oh, I think the field. No doubt. No doubt. Serious question. I don't know. I think Duke and Michigan of the two best teams. I've seen my thing about do because they have four NBA guys. But there is one problem of Duke that Hannah shoot threes. They have like the that. You could argue of everyone left in the tournament. If you want to say even just like one seeds to seize the real contenders. They have by far the most glaring weakness. Which is they shoot thirty percent from the three point line. It just they're not built for twenty nineteen basketball. They're just not built for twenty nine thousand basketball. You have one of those guys. That's fine. You have all three. And I think you even saw it in their opening round game for people who didn't see that game. They played North Dakota's. Yes, they struggled for a while struggle for awhile North Dakota state packed it in central Florida packed it in Macomb. Make jump shots. You see? I'm telling you Zion had thirty two nobody else played well on that team. And by the way, this regional just this weekend. Forget the final four forget North Carolina Virginia, whoever they may play this weekend. They have Virginia Tech who already beat them. Once they got. State who is tough as you know, what I mean, you have to be one Tom Izzo Yellen LSU has a bunch of NBA guys as well. If you gave me Duke or the field this weekend in DC, I would probably take Duke. But if you give me the field the other fifteen teams, I will absolutely take do. Okay. In the in the last several years, I can make an argument the best college basketball programs, not Duke. It's carolina. So carolina. Unlike Kentucky and Duke, isn't winning the recruiting battle house ROY Williams doing it. Because I think the last four years Carolina's been to national title games. I think the best program right now. It's unbelievable. It's ironic because that huge academic scandal that went on for years. Yes. It really costs them in recruiting. Like, Brandon Ingram was going to go to North Carolina. And everybody's telling him I'm not saying Duke, necessarily everyone's telling them they might not be eligible for tournament. Yeah. Jason Tatum all those guys. And so I think that the bottom line with North Carolina is I think ROY William. Maybe took some guys that he might not have taken. But it worked out for the best. And as you said, he's got the blend of the young guys the old guys and the old guys, by the way are unselfish because the young guys are the NBA guys and his old guys are twenty two years old. But they don't need to be stars. They know they're not NBA guys. And it's unbelievable because I think this is the toughest thing that nobody talks about right? Everyone's like, well, how come Duke has no depth? Well, how come Kentucky has no debt? It's because when you're recruiting the best players every year, you don't wanna come for three years in wonder year to year who are they bringing in next year. Right. And so that's why Duke has no debt. That's why Kentucky in past years has struggled with debt North Carolina. They found those guys that are willing to one maybe even sit on the bench for a year or two not be a star year two year. Three. Maybe you're four their star. Maybe you're four they're not. But the bottom line is they buy into what they're doing. And as you said they consistently win in an insanely. I think if Carolina faced Duke again, I think Duke could be in a little bit of trouble because Carolina can get hot from the outside. His name is Aaron Torres. He's a college basketball insiders. He works for Fox Sports radio. Good football stuff around the corner as well. Good seeing you Aaron our three next on L A. It's the her one more heard the herd. Streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio app. Search her to listen live or on-demand whenever you like. Live in LA, our three this is the heard wherever you may be. And however, you may be listening. Iheartradio, Fox Sports radio AFS one. I have an award was handed out this weekend. Jon Gruden the raiders and didn't get a lot of press. And it sounds crazy. But I'm gonna talk about that later this hour also. We got this real mildly. Our Sirius XM channel eighty three as well. Fifty minutes. Cotino Mobely what is wrong with the Boston? Celtics there mass. Now, what's wrong with Loma city later and best for last? Also, we're going gonna have fun list in the history of sports a recent history, the ten app leads who put their money where their mouth was they were big talkers and big personalities, but we're also great players, and I think gronk fits into that list of personality, big talk, crazy goofball. But was unbelievable when the game mattered. And so we'll have that coming up. All right record ratings. I mean best in two thousand nine years for the NC double A tournament this year. And I think I know why college basketball, let's be honest has become a two three weeks sport. It's the honeymoon of marriage. It's great for about ten. Days, but it's not reality Zion. Williamson is a superstar is what superstars look like at seventeen years old if he goes to the New York Knicks. He is going to blow pass Janas co. Why Paul George Westbrook harden? Kawhi Leonard Embiid, Ben Simmons in name value in star value. He is going to blow by them because he's got three factors which are massively important to superstars number one. The name factor Zion. Oprah I'ma stern Hannity rush. Palay? Rinaldo kobe. I know it sounds kooky. But that one name factor is a marketer's dream. And the fact that he has the letter z is even crazier which is another perfect letter for a marketer. He's got the one name factor. It's not called the Rush Limbaugh show. It's called rush. And that's the way marketing works. Remember, the movie the recall on the Facebook and somebody came in and said, just call it Facebook, Google yahu Amazon as a reason one word second factor. He's a physical freak people are busy in life. They don't have time for subtlety and nuance. Zion jump through a television set. It's not a clever crossover physically dunks. Even when he shoots a jumper. I can't take my eyes up, but he is not subtle. Although he's got a beautiful touch his smile. His size. His dunks his game not a lot of subtle. You don't have to be a huge basketball fan to turn on the TV and go. Oh, yeah. Kind of like win. Lebron broke into the league. You can be like who's that big kid on the floor the third factor, which is arguable. He plays at Duke. It's the number one brand in college basketball. I didn't know who Janas was for three years. I never watched Leonard play. Chris Paul went to Wake Forest I've been in a lot of forests. I've never been to that one. This kid's gonna walk into the NBA potentially with the New York Knicks. He is going to be a superstar now going to be LeBron big. I'm not saying that he tried not going to be like Durant and Steph curry big, but there's going to be about three or four. Four guys in this league. He's gonna blow past all of them. And if you want to know why the ratings are going up it's Zion. It's not gambling. We gamble on. This thing our entire lives. There haven't been a lot of upsets there haven't been a lot of crazy finishes. There's you know, the other big star plays at a college. He's already out John rant that most. You don't watch. This is what a superstar looks like at eighteen years old. This is what they look like, by the way, tiger was a superstar at sixteen years old Sports Illustrated when it was a huge publication that started narratives around sports they were doing stories on him. He was the talk of golf clubs networks. Haute every shot when he was seventeen eighteen years old on any tournament. He was part of name factor. Physical specimen superstar from great college. Brand. That is why the ratings are up Twenty-nine percent. But I think the second biggest story of the day. Speaking of one name. Gronk not rob gronkowski. Gronk another star in America. One of the ten biggest sports slash character stars ever. He retired. There's two things about rob gronkowski, rob gronkowski. Number one is college football. There's a lot of spread offense. So like tight ends in college don't block anymore. So the NFL is struggling to find college tight ends who they think they can turn into blockers. There's a kid at Iowa TJ Hawkins Sohn who's probably the most underrated player in the entire draft. He's the next version of gronk though. I don't think he's nearly as talented, but he blocked in college guys don't block. So gronk. There's not a lot of gronk out there. We'll see talented tight ends. But he became an unbelievable force on the offensive line. Tony Gonzales last year talked about what makes gronk special with gronk what he's better than me. At is is the blocking he's he can block. He's a big old guy blocking is about desire. First of all do you want to do? It's not about can you do it. It's will you do it. You know? And a lot of those big tight ends two hundred and fifty pound Jimmy grant two hundred two hundred fifty pound Travis Kelsey, not a knock against them. But they don't want about because it's hard. It hurts. It's not fun. It really is not fun. It's not fun. I love that by. But I gotta tell you something about gronk when grant came into this league you saw an ice Amish just a big dumb football player goofy. But over the course of time gronk became one of the smartest. NFL players hit did the opposite of sometimes what misguided athletes do gronk was incredibly coach -able. As he physically wore down wasn't as fast. He accelerated his blocking skills gronk left multiple times more money. Lot of stars do that. But he knew that Tom Brady was the perfect fed. And Bella check was the perfect coach a lot of athletes spend, their money unwisely gronk has never spent a dime of his he's legendary gronk came into this league is a big dopey goofball talented. I'm not denying that. He was talented, but he actually became really wise in really smart, and that he could have chased a lot of things, and he didn't any became incredibly coach -able any accelerated his blocking skills, and he became an incredible allied to Tom Brady, and he took care of his body. So by the end of the year last year, the two biggest games he was arguably the best guy on the field. Gronk admitted that he came into this league. And he wanna have he wanted to have a lot of fun, and I'm not anti-fun, but gronk instead of pushing back at his coach and pushing back at the system and pushing back at a very complex New England system gronk said, you know, what it's better for me. It's better for the team if I'm more focused. Remember this moment by gronk at the podium. We got y'all that we're not allowed to talk about celebrations. That's what we got told by kinda wanna talk about it. But I kind of don't because they'll get in trouble. So I don't know what to do. So I just happened on the spy wasn't planned. We'll just keep it there. Gronk so big personality. But gronk understood. This place is good for me this quarterbacks could from this coach is good for me learning to block his good for me working really hard is good for me. It's okay. To be a big personality and also fit within a system. All sorts of people in my business have big personalities, but they can appreciate having good Bach. Good bosses at FOX like I have a personality. It rub. Some people the wrong way. But I try to never take advantage or never underestimate the value of a really good boss and really good management in a really good system. I know I know I know at such a sell out. Yes. Our shows sell out and some bands sell out, but they still don't have to compromise all their artistic value. Gronk entered the league is a big dumb. Dope guy. Right. I think he leaves the NFL in players who are stars with big personalities. Should take a look at drunk. You never make more money and endorsements than when you're playing in AFC championships and Super Bowls. Sometimes you got to reduce a little your personality. Just a little not all of it to fit into a structure and assistant sports loves personalities Zion. Williamson by the way, I think has a great personality but systems and cultures win personalities. Don't gronk reduced his just a little bit and leaves a first ballot all time. Arguably greatest tight end talent ever. Coach -able listened evolve grew to me, that's what smart guys doing sports. You're not a victim if your coach and your culture ask you to pull back the Facebook live in the locker room for the betterment of the team coming up gronk is one of the ten money where your mouth is characters and personalities to me in the history. Recent history of sports, we'll give it that list. Coming up Cotino Mobely around the corner Celtics are amass I thought they'd be in the finals. I don't know if they get out of the east. We'll talk about that be sure to catch live additions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific on Fox Sports radio affects one and the iheartradio app. Earlier this year in an interview with Breitbart news, President Donald Trump said that in the event of a civil conflict. He believed that the police the military and armed civilian groups like the bikers for Trump would be on his side. Have you been thinking more about the possibility of a second American civil war? I have I'm Robert Evans host for the podcast behind the bastards. And. 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Check the raiders Jon Gruden traded away. Khalil Mack Khalil Mack. Great player. He's a really expensive. They're paying to pay quarterbacks said, I'm not gonna pay a pass rusher that this weekend the Sloan analytics conference gave John gruden's trade of Khalil Mack the highest award as the best transaction now analytic people like draft picks and cheaper players. You know that about analytics, they don't think paying a lot for individual stars generally make sense. There are exceptions quarterbacks dominant NBA players, but here's what the raiders got for Khalil Mack two. First rounders. And it's the greatest draft for defensive players in twenty years with all sorts of edge rushers and gruden's got more first round picks in anybody. He got two first round picks, and they saved a bunch of money. Now. Bill Belichick, by the way, traded Chandler Jones. And they had no pass rush and Chandler went and led the NFL and sacks for Zona and New England got Jonathan Cooper who they cut two hours later and a second round pick. Crickets, crickets, it was only recently and barely recently. They regained any sort of Pash rush with Trey flowers and now free agency he's in Detroit and gone. Nobody criticized ballot. Check for this. He gave up the NFL sack leader. Now Kanter Jones is not Khalil Mack. But Khalil Mack makes twenty three million dollars a year. And when you gotta pay Mitch Trubisky and a couple of years. You're going to have a problem with depth. Did we blister Gruden because that's John cronies been out of sport for ten years. The Sloan analytics conference says if you look at the value of what he got. It's a great transaction. Football makes us emotional. But it is interesting success equals equity. Warren Buffett has been investing in newspapers. The last fifteen years they have not been good investments, but he's Warren Buffett, and he mostly is a billionaire and he makes good investments. So in Warren Buffett invest money in something we're like bother, you know, it's just a great. No investing in newspapers, really is not a great investment. And it hasn't turned out to be one of his top fifty percent investments. So anyway, I thought I thought it was news. I know success is equity, but Bella check did something virtually nothing in return and Gruden got a ton in return and it take great defensive draft. And he's got more picks in anybody. And so the analytic people it's Sloan MIT conference. They liked it. They thought it was great. And with that many years in the NBA over a decade, one of my favorite guests. And we got a lot of stuff to talk about Katina Mobley. Joining us today the best dress man at our network style. Master. A hipster maven SOGA to see. Okay. Let me start with this. I saw a story today Jason Kidd to the Lakers. And I thought always perfect he's famous they only hire famous people now in Los Angeles, Jason Kidd to the Lakers. What do you make of that? I don't I don't like that. I don't like Jason Kidd Lakers. I love Jason Kidd as a player when he played. He's actually one of my favorites. Maybe to me to me as Magic Johnson is Jason Kidd. As far as point cards. That's just my opinion. Super smart super smart on the court. But I mean Jason had successful. As a coach what year was really successful. He left Milwaukee. They went from seventh to the best team in the east, right? Right. I don't know. I I just don't I don't like Jason Kidd, especially with LeBron James. Why? Lebron's harder. Coach g see Jason's better playing with LeBron James like he did Carmelo Anthony opposed to the bond James as a kid of play the same, right? Triple doubles into making. They're both rebe ruled they're both make their team better. Right. It'd be a pack of kools, and he's still going to make it look good like it's just that's just Jason Kidd. But when it comes to being a coach and coaching a superstar. It's just doesn't match up Jason Kidd to the way the three coaches this year three of the four best records in the NBA. The coach's name Nick nurse. Mike Malone and Mike Boone Holzer. They're not famous. No. I know. I know the Lakers are now addicted to famous people in their franchise, right? It's like by and large in the NBA. Nobody knew who Popovich was before he was Gregg Popovich in winning titles like famous coaches, generally that means they were successful doing. Something else. And coach is an absolute grind. I'm not a big fan of famous coaches. I want to shift to this. There are times in basketball, which has always been a team game where a wildly talented score. Kyrie Irving can struggle with a coach that has a strong system. Could I make the argument? It's nobody's fault. But when you give me the Celtics numbers within without Kyrie Irving, our radio audience can't see this. And there's too many numbers to read they are significantly better without Kyrie. They average almost ten point game more for fact, they shoot better their spacings better. Can I just argue Cotino? They're just not a good fit nothing against either. A coach a player, then I'll work together. He's more of an ice. Oh, great individual one on one player. Let's use bottle in this. I'm not just saying this. But you guys on this show. Are so accurate it s just my opinion. Like what I think you guys say and Kyrie Irving to me. It's like, Alan Iverson. Jerry Stackhouse was there. Tim Thomas was there. Larry Hughes's daily leave their all stars. Like, so now, Alan Iverson has to get snow air Mckee and Matombo there were people played well with an nose guy sacrificed their bodies, and what difference of guys maybe that's what Kyrie needs because having these guys who were young Tatum's and Browns and smarts in an Roegiers. They wanna be stars as well and likes to play well together, it's like corre- is like you say, he's an ice. Oh, more individual guy. But for the record I said this if you did an all time one on one tournament in the NBA like all the great players, but you'd have to do like six three and under then six four to six seven. Then bigs you can't have Kareem. Facing Isaiah Tom, right. I could make an argument six three and under kyri would win the tournament. Plus one of the great one on one player is left or right in the history of basket. My love that. I think the top three finalists for that. I love this one the top refinance for that is Kyrie Irving. Isaiah thomas. Oh is e it's all is AM Thomas was Thomas Detroit Pistons because he had so much heart. And he was so talented and my last one. Steph curry I would go out and our Sohn because Iverson's were deceptive. He was see some guys fast. And there's some guys are quick. He was both. Yeah. I mean, he had Florida's from from damn near fifteen feet from the basket right off the glass. He was he was so hard to stop. And I think kyri is some this is where I defend let's say it was singing. Let's take basketball out. Okay. And let's say joy had the she had a Whitney Houston voice. You do. Don't you, of course, in my mind. Yeah. So all of a sudden, she joins a choir and the choir the teacher of the choirs legendary. Okay. But she's really the next Whitney Houston. Of course, it would be hard because singing voices, you know. They don't last forever. They have like an athlete. You got about fifteen years. They hit it. And the voice goes down. Anybody seen an old rock and roll concert more music than voice? But of course, it would be difficult for the superstar singer with a limited shelf life to play with an assistant because Kyrie's walking into the gym everyday thinking the best one on one player ever. My sport me to- Kobe. Remember that? Yes. You would USA games in there in practice. It means that I beat you on companies. Like, are you serious drugs? Of course, you're not going to beat me now six four to six seven is Kobe Bryant all day long right plan. So I I guess what I'm saying is I don't think less of kyri or less of Brad Stevens. I think you have an all time classic one on one player in an all time system. Offensive guy, by the way. Mike dantonio is a good coach doesn't work with a lot of begs Gregg Popovich does not work with ball stoppers. Right. Kobe has said I would've loved to play with pop and don't think pop would wanted to coach Koby, right? Dunkin worked for man who work for him. Tony Parker worked for him. I don't know let let me shift to this. Lonzo ball. Sad story this weekend. It's crazy awful. So lavar ball gets kinda scammed by business guy. Allegedly. They'll figure out one point five million gone, Lonzo at warned him his business partners the Bank had worn lavar get out of this relationship. But I I'm wondering does this whole thing force Lonzo to separate from his dad. A little me be a great excuse. Don't you think? I mean for me somewhat. I'm listening to the whole. Tobacco. The whole crazy thing that's going on. And. I. For Lonzo to say, listen, I wanna part ways. Like, I'm it's something else going on besides that with inside the family. I don't know just speculating with inside the family where you know, you taking pictures down from your pop, you're you know, you're quoting Nike. You just kind of being your own self. Now what else is going on besides that money part? Right. Because if something happens in your family, and I've done nothing wrong to you Joyal, Colin, and we're family for years in one thing happens, and it's about money. Do you get to that extreme or do we talk about it? I saw something else is going on with inside that family. What we know nothing about. Maybe pulling the youngest out of school. Now, he's not eligible for college. Maybe the other one pulling them out of UCLA where you got him a scholarship there because he thought the youngest is going to go. Listen, the other young people we listen to her dad. Right. And then there there comes a point with our fathers that we realize they're human. But and sometimes we set. Operate if not emotionally professionally from our dads. We realize you know, dad doesn't get technology. He dropped the ball. Dad dropped the ball drop the ball. I actually think you know, one of the things that I didn't love early in the lavar. Lonzo thing was his kids didn't talk let I mean, Dan, they were museum is like the youngest one did speak. And he said some crazy when everybody the WWF or whatever the WWE had the ban him from talking because he just got a little crazy and says the money appropriate stuff, but other they don't even talk to mute. Yeah. I think he's separating finally Zion. Williamson while I think he's going to be an NBA star. I think he's big quick got great touch. I think he's got a great joy for the game. I think his body is you can't duplicate it. I see Larry Johnson plus Charles Barkley list. That's what I said. Yeah. Yeah. So what do you make Zion? Just just all like a lot of people are saying he could get heavy. He's not tall enough. He'll get overwhelmed by length and big like, what are you see? Everybody's entitled to own opinion. What I'm just looking. It's like the eye test. Right. This kid is super special. That's one thing. Okay. And he can improve jump shots play making. Right. Not. I mean, he says it's unbelievable to eighty five to eighty five to be so fast. Like that. It's kind of like Shaquille O'Neal ish. A little Debbie where you're so big. But yet you're so agile go on YouTube Charles Barkley at Auburn. Yes. He was chubby phenomenal. What race guys down the floor? Unbelievable. Fast-break wanted to look at that move right there by Zion. Sorry for our radio audience. We keep showing that one move joy where he goes any hops. It's not this one. Now, I want I want to show our TV audience this. So I apologize for the radio audience watch this hop move. Now, I want you to watch this not this one it'll come right after this. This is just brute strength, which he obviously has. All right. We've got about six highlight tone show more time. We'll watch listen to speed. That doesn't three hundred pound, dude. Yeah. That's nothing wrong with that. Knee the way like that. He just gets right. He's like a pogo stick. He gets right back up. And all that we don't think people really understand all that weight Saint Louis down court and college you can have congestion in pain. But in the NBA, it's all spread out. He's gonna get one on one match ups against two hundred thirty five pounds soon as he rips through an NBA. It's a dunk. It's a Blake Griffin. Yeah. You can forget about it continue a mobile. Good senior by thanks for having me Levin seasons in the NBA. We love having you on sharp dressed, man, joylin news. This is the headline news Lakers for fishery eliminated from the playoffs this weekend after their loss to the nets first time abroad missed the playoffs in fourteen years. Taking a lot of the blame for the Lakers was this year. But his physical therapists who worked with him during his groin injury is coming to his defense. Dr Karen Jubeir wrote on Instagram, I want you to know how bad is injury was and is the pain he endured he was on the court in six weeks. He should've been six months unselfishly, he endured pain pain pain. He did not want to let the Lakers down the fans down. But I know what he went through. I learned about determination the will to win how to get the job done. He's a force to be reckoned with she has since deleted this. She posted a picture of her and LeBron and the training room at the Lakers facility. This helps no one this doesn't help the Lakers, which I'm sure the Lakers have no part in this. Because it makes the Lakers. Look like they force Laurent back to early. It doesn't help lebrons. Because it looks like p. He came back to early and try to push himself through an injury that he clearly should have gotten better. This is not the point in your career where you're gonna be pushing through injuries during the regular season when it's a mostly a trial year. Like, this is not the year that everyone thought that they were gonna make it to the championship of the finals. Now, people thought they were gonna make the playoffs, obviously. But this injury was clearly more significant than he led on. And that's that's the case. You don't need to be out there. I it's not it's not helping the fans for you not be out there. One hundred percent and be hurting yourself long term. Also tells me he had a really bad injury. Sure. Okay. That happens. But if I was early everyone, but if I was a free agent on the market. I'd be like tell my agent dot injury for LeBron. Like that was that was a real injury thing doesn't help anybody stuff. There's nothing that you want that she went out. It doesn't help anyone. And like I said she's deleted after blowing in eighteen point lead in the fourth quarter of Saturday's loss in Charlotte. Celtics run out on their own for last night against the Spurs or just discussing this. Carey was sitting away from his team during timeouts and watch the locker room with twenty seconds left in the fourth quarter. And after the game was asked about his leadership dot cranky hard team environments are hard. You know, it's not as simple as you know, listening to everybody else speak about what's going on with our with the team. It's it's hard being professional after being team environment. One accomplish something very great. You know, everyone always say, oh, then you do this do that. Nobody. Nobody. Nobody's been in my position. Nobody speaking here to understand that like to speak on my focus is figuring out. You know, the guys are having this lock on how to get the best out of them. And then get the best out of me. South except lost four in a row and five of their last ten not the way you want to be playing going into the playoffs in the fifth seed, but they have a lot of good players to like, I mean, like eight legitimate NBA players to me, this is this is everything you just talked about Kyrenia being an ice. Oh player. But I I just I don't have as much sympathy as you do because you're if you're a basketball player, then you've always played eighteen games. So even if you are primarily an ice. Oh player you you still have to play the teen game at some point or another. But you saw that this is maybe not the right system for him because he excelled with LeBron situation where you had the opportunity to close and do what he does. I just don't think this is the right? The right system for them. Whether they can be great team without him. It can be a great team with him. But they're so inconsistent. I don't know how you do that through a seven game series in in the playoffs. The two teams in the NBA playoffs. I can't wait to watch Oklahoma City because I think there's somewhat combustible and Boston because I think they're somewhat combustible. Find myself like I know Golden State's good. But I I wanna see. Okay. See can they write the shit because we have two teams in the NBA that we know talented Oklahoma City and Boston and they're both like bailing water right now. And can they kind of okay? Let's put our stuff aside. Historically, talented teams kind of do flip a switch and get over their stuff. But I think you could have man overboard for both. I think I think actually this year is a fifth seed who had Boston stack up with Phil of be then east is pretty good at the top. So you could you could have I don't think it's going to happen. But I I'm not bailing on Boston. Just because they do have kyri, and they do have an incredible amount of talent. But I just don't feel good about them going into the playoffs. Fair enough. Finally for the first time in the thirty five year history of wrestlemainia, a women's match will close out the show for the main event, the raw women's championship, mashed between Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch, Charlotte flare will close out the show, which will be on April seven. At MetLife stadium. I ever for New Jersey, I ever all women's pay per view. No, they're going to close out the match. They're going to close out the matches the main the main event of of the show. By the way, have you gone to Charlotte, flares, Instagram and Twitter recently. Big finish, Charlotte flare. I like Rondo I I love this this move Ronda Rousey, it's why I think it's a great move for gronk Ronda Rousey, w w w was the perfect move for her. She's actually very entertaining. Very good and just a natural. And you said he spent some time with Stephanie McMahon as well. Right Stephanie's crate, Charlotte. I've met Charlotte player you don't mess with Charlotte floor now. She's very good Twitter page, very she's a very beautiful woman and an amazing wrestler to the news. Well, that's the news. Thanks for stopping by heard lie in honor of rob gronkowski. Who are the ten? Biggest personalities. He retired today who were yesterday who are the ten biggest personalities in sports, but they've been money where their mouth is. They were not just talkers and funny and glib they were great a top ten lift and best for last coming up. Be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific men and women across America, upgrading from their tattered, multi pack. Tommy, John, Tommy, John dot com code her. Twenty percent off. You know, a lot of athletes have had big personalities. And then they dry up on the field. They're more personality than they are more performer than they are productive gronk is not one of those. And I thought today would have fun. We'd have a list, I call it your money where your mouth is the had mouse, they talked. They were celebrities. They were personalities, but they always delivered in the biggest spots. Here's our money where your mouth is list. Number ten number ten John Daly, he won two majors. He won actually a p g championship as a nine alternate. Okay. Yes. He had a mullet and drank a lot and smoke when he played, but he he invented the grip it and rip it style. I didn't put him number one. And I didn't put him number two. But John Daly for a sport that could use celebrities was a real golfer and a great golfer for about a half decade grip. It and rip. It smoked. Drank swore did everything you're not supposed to and actually one majors number ni- Conor McGregor. Kost swore through things attacked a bus. But he also simultaneously held the featherweight and lightweight belts. And he is without question. Not only the biggest personality in the history of the UFC. But for a while not anymore was the best fighter pound for pound in the UFC number eight, Andre Agassi flashiest tennis player of all time, big rebel big hair. He was Bjorn Borg meets Bon Jovi and while he was doing this. He won eight majors and upon his retirement. The BBC said he was perhaps the biggest worldwide star in tennis history of the two or three tennis stars in my life. Serena. John McEnroe, and I think Andre Agassi, by the way, Pete Sampras was a great player if on Lendl Jimmy Connors, Bjorn Borg, but to me. Agassi is perhaps the biggest star number seven Charles Barkley. You. Forget how likable because he is so likable. Now Charles was nothing, but trouble he was the anti-jordan. He had no interest being a role model in in. In fact, the first time Charles really became nationally. A big deal was when he did a commercial for Nike saying, I am not a role model. I do not want to be a role model. He was frequently involved in fights. Although as he got more handsome as he aged. He avoided the fights and stayed on the periphery as he became a TV star. He wants elbow to player from Angola in the Olympics, which was seen as really over the top. But he also was one of the great players transition low post scoring and he's now one of the great TV personalities in America. Number six. Manny being Manny, Manny Ramirez, he wants left a game disappeared into the green. Monster went to the bathroom in the middle of a game. He wants cut off. I think this is the. This is the moment. He'd cut off Johnny Damon. He he cut off the cutoff throw he would shake hands with fans as he was climbing up the wall, but he was also the two thousand four World Series MVP and broke the curse and a two-time World Series champ at Fenway two thousand four two thousand seven Manny being Manny was an all-time crazy personality but deliver number five rob gronkowski. Gronk it appeared for a while his off seasons appear to be one really long booze cruise, but he cleaned it up. Never spent any of the money. He made work hard play hard three Super Bowl wins five Super Bowl appearances in nine years and this year as he just retired. He was a go to star a blocker a catcher a red zone guy. You can say what you want about gronk when the light was on in the biggest games. He was Tom Brady's favourite. Tar. Guit even at the end of his career number four Dennis Rodman. I mean, he wore a wedding dress on his book promotional tour. He was an outrageous personality hooked up with Madonna Carmen Electra colored his hair every week say this for Dennis though, seven straight years lead the NBA in rebounding on my lifetime. There's not even a question. He is the biggest star who didn't score points in basketball almost always in the NBA. Even if you're a good defensive player like Kareem you got to score points Rodman couldn't shoot he was kind of dream on before dream on. But would even more personality. Dennis rodman. Number three. I'd say Dion Sanders primetime neon. Dion the flashy, suits, the big personality. He released at one point a rap album hung out with MC hammer, these the only person to ever appear in a Super Bowl and World Series. He's the best corner cover of all time and the best punt returner ball time, he didn't like to tackle much. That even though that piece of video there. He won great against the Iran. But in terms of just locking down a great pass receiver huge personality now works at the NFL network. Number two, I'm gonna go shack. I mean, he he was he had I I've always defended he handily more Landau. He was simply too big. I mean, he was just a megastar in America called himself. The big Aristotle. He tried to become a rap star Anna television star during his playing days. Some of his movies were good. Blue chips was good Kazam. Did not win an Oscar. That was not one of the great moves by him. But he won four titles with the Lakers and heat three time MVP. I mean, listen Kobe Bryant was moving into his prime and shack was the finisher. So to me shack is the second. Biggest money whereas mouth is big personality. But absolutely delivered on the court number one. Mohammed Ali if you put Mohammed Ali, he was the first trash talker. Po. Poetry rhyming. He had a relationship with Howard Cosell that sort of I remember as a kid at kind of transcended like sports. He was the first athlete to really get polarization working for you. He was political. He was good looking. He was funny. He was gifted his fights were Super Bowls. I mean, the he'd go desire. He was a star New York Vegas star. It just didn't matter. He was largely considered. I'm thinking about this. This is pre cable TV. This is pre internet pre Google Facebook. He was the biggest most recognizable sports star in the world. In a nice to say that. There was no internet like like that. How big was his fights were by the way, he wasn't even on broadcast TV his fight for pay per view. So you had to go behind a paywall to see him. But between the the look in a personality. And he was political courageous. I've said before. To see Muhammad Ali today. And I'm not joking. When I say, this he would be tiger and golf he will literally take the sport and double its popularity and that's what tiger with golf. I mean, he basically took the sport doubled. It. He laughed it came back to be in. What had always been semi popular? Bomb? Alley miss, and then got an honorable mention Tyson and may weather. My only problem with Tyson was he famous or infamous, Mike Tyson's pretty famous. Yeah. He's in a group. Good stuff today. Doug Gottlieb, stopped by the show, a James Harrison and all that Steeler stuff. And rob gronkowski Aaron Torres gave us ten. 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GSMC Soccer Podcast Episode 105: Could Jurgen Klinsmann have led the US to the Semis?

GSMC Soccer Podcast

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GSMC Soccer Podcast Episode 105: Could Jurgen Klinsmann have led the US to the Semis?

"I want to know the latest and soccer. Then listen to the golden state media concept's soccer podcast. LS Is the world of the Premier League. We've got you covered the latest. Update the hottest matches news on the League's top players. It's the golden state media concept soccer. podcast the listen Thank you for tuning into the GMC soccer podcast brought to you by the GSFC podcast network. I'm your host Lucas more and we want to welcome you back to the GMC soccer podcast. Those of you that have been fans in the past and we want to welcome all the new fans to the show. Please give us a follow all on twitter. GS MC underscores soccer follow our facebook page jess MC soccer podcast and. Give me a follow on twitter. That's at more more Lucas M. O. R. E. K. A. S.. Pretty simple breezy. I know the K- is a little weird but it's the German spelling and we'd like the German spelling because as hey this is a soccer podcast and soccer a little bit more popular in the country of Germany then the United States and what I mean by popular is means and they're better at it and their league is a bit better but not in terms of raw players participation and that takes us into who are first topic of the day. Don't worry we've got a lot to get into the show. We have some transfer news from Byron Munich in the Bundesliga we're gonNA talk Cristiano Rinaldo Aldo. Ends lots on Ebrahim Vich opposite performances to start the New Year from those two superstars in the same league and I think that one has made a horrible mistake and one is set themselves up to potentially being the greatest of all time. You can go ahead and assume which one is which there. We've got a lot to dive into in today's show but where I wanted to start with with the United States men's national team we know that this is arguably the most disappointing sports team in the United States. Bottom line I I really do believe that. The United States states missing the World Cup in two thousand eighteen was the most disappointing unbelievably shocking result. I think in American sports in a long long time. It's it's up there with the twenty eight to three comeback in the super bowl the Atlanta Falcons debacle. It's right there because let me flash back to two thousand eighteen Uragan KLANSMAN's tenure was coming to an end as that qualifying lying run just before two thousand eighteen was wrapping up. And your clansman was can bruce arena. Takes over to save the qualification because they were off to a rough starting qualification and Bruce Arena straightens the ship a bit it was mainly Christian Pulisic straightening the ship for the United States sexually carrying that team through each of these qualifying matches but they get to a match. Where all they need to do all they need to do is draw or or beat Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago? Let me let me talk to you about Trinidad and Tobago. When I started to explain to friends friends who are asking me the soccer guy? Why on Earth? The United States didn't qualify for the two thousand Eighteen World Cup. I said bill because we couldn't beat Trinidad and Tobago. Oh I thought Trinidad and Tobago were two separate countries. I didn't know that's what the same thing. That was the common response to that question. They lost that match and they didn't qualify for the World Cup. They didn't qualify out of CONCACAF. Are you kidding me. Are you kidding me. And some people in the United States will say many things. They'll say well you know we're just not as good at soccer athletes. Tom Whatever we just don't care as much but I really don't believe that I really believe that the United States can be the best at any sport it chooses to to be the best APP if it does its development properly. I I really do believe that we've had elite tennis players. We've had elite. What are we win? Every gold medal in the Olympics sprinters pole vaulters. All all these different sports that are less popular in the United States states than the sport of Soccer United States has found a way to be the best in the world at or one of the five best countries in the world. Let me say well Lucas. The rest of the world care so much about soccer. That is true. Yeah I know that's true but the rest of the world also cares hears about all these other sports too and the United States still finds a way to be at least one of the ten best countries in each of these sports in the reason the United States often finds that way is because it is an extremely large athletically focused country. Sports is king in the United States are politics politics system in the United States revolves around the sport model red versus blue. This team that team racist presidential races. WHO's ahead ahead WHO's behind? Who's going to quit the right? It's sports is central in the United States and that is why sport after sport time after time there are great athletes athletes within that sport. It's also because this is the largest economy the world has ever seen in the United States. That means that each of these sports is going to be much better funded than most other sports are funded in all these other countries in the same is true for the sport of soccer. The same thing is true. True we spend over a billion dollars a year in soccer in this country we have four point. One million registered soccer players in the United States that is more than the population of the team. The United States couldn't even beat to qualify for the World Cup Trinidad and Tobago. That's more than a team that was in the World Cup final in Croatia. These are real numbers. So why on Earth can't the United States figure itself out. It's because it's horrendous leadership. I don't want to hear these things. Well the culture is just not good enough. Imagine if all all the United States best athletes played soccer. I get that point and it wouldn't be fair if Lebron James and all these guys decided to play soccer instead I don't think it would be fair her but I think the United States has plenty of lead athletes plenty enough elite athletes to be competitive at the highest levels in this game until at least be one of the fifteen best countries in the world at soccer without even trying because of the money that's spent into it because of the highly successful swallow. It is a highly successful. You compare the numbers attendance and MLS money. That's brought in through television. It is a highly successful domestic league one of the top eight leagues in the world in soccer. Right all these things combined and yet the United States keep stepping on its own toes because they have horrendous leadership and frankly it's just the most embarrassing Sport Federation in the United States. It's awful so you're getting Clinton comes comes out with a controversial statement this week and said that if he were still the manager of the team not only would the. US have qualified for for the two thousand Eighteen World Cup but they could have been in the quarterfinal or even the semi-finals under your Clinton do I believe this. I don't know you're you had that team shaky at lot of bad things. When you're gone clansman hiring it was a bad relationship between him in the leadership of the United States Federation? It just felt bad. It felt like this thing was headed. Where headed the whole time? Especially when you look back at it so I'm not sure I believe you're Klinsmann statement. But but I think that he would have at least got the team through qualifying and I think Bruce Arena. Who wouldn't take blame for this whole debacle? After it ended needs to look himself in the mirror and understand that this is a national embarrassment. What happened in the qualifying round for the two thousand Eighteen World Cup? It's not even something that you can redeem yourself for. Because the next World Cup the field is expanded it. If the United States can't find a way to qualify win six teams now. Well six teams will make it out of Concha calf to the new expanded forty eighteen world cup. If you can't qualify in a region with Canada and Jamaica Maker in Trinidad and Tobago in Costa Rica in all these tiny little island nations that are barely the size of the city of Chicago. If if you can't find a way to qualify as a top sixteen Kaka calf. Well then we might as well just stop playing this sport at an international level so there's not even really a chance for the United States to redeem themselves they will qualify for the next World Cup. It is borderline impossible for them to not and that's what makes twenty eighteen eighteen so hard to swallow because the United States had gone on a run where they were guaranteed qualifier and often times in the round of sixteen and now they are not at that now they are something different than that. And it's just GONNA make everybody nervous heading into the World Cup it's GonNa make us tight in awe and and it's GonNa be stressful the entire way through because we don't know how good this United States team is. My point is it should be much better than it has been and and frankly the fact that they haven't been able to figure this whole thing out the fact that this was a federation that made the quarterfinals in two thousand and two and was a a brilliant Oliver Kahn. Performance away from being a semi-finalist in South Korea in two thousand and two they went from that to not even be able to qualify. If I had a cocker cap it's a drastic change and it's an embarrassing. We'll go ahead and step aside and I'll be a little more positive about the United States. Men's national national team on the other side of the break you're listening to the GMC soccer podcast on the GMC podcast network. Are you looking to get your college football. Beck's looking to get the latest news go near Favorite Schools Deem Diaz Mc College football. PODCAST is your ticket to all things college football doing us as we talk college football from the National National Championship the college rivalries the bowl game to the heisman trophy. So which conference is the best. We've got you covered for the big ten as these the big twelve well the PAC twelve. ACC and everything in between download the GSM see college football. podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud Google bootleg or anywhere. You find podcasts. Type Diaz NC in the search Bar All right we just talked about the United States men's National Team Jurgen Klinsmann says you would have been able to take that team. Had he been allowed to stay through qualification not only would he. He brought them to the World Cup in Russia he would have been able to bring them to the semi-finals something you're gonNA clansman is claiming well worry about making Hertha Berlin relevant relevant again. Do that first year again. I respect your Clinton and I like what he did with the German national team and I WANNA believe his statement but at the same time I am I read way too many articles. About how much of it to Bockel. His tenure was especially near the end and the the poor relationships with him and leadership. And I just. I just don't think that that would have happened. Maybe they would have qualified. Maybe they would've actually showed up and played a match and I dunno tied Trinidad and Tobago. Oh which I couldn't even point that thing out to you on a map. I don't think most people could I know it's in Concacaf to perhaps in the Caribbean I don't know and I'm not even going going to look it up. It's just it's unbelievable embarrassment. What happened there but I promised we would be more positive in this segment about the United States? Men's national national team little later in the show will Cristiano Renaldo Manchester United. What are they now? How should we think of them? Slowdown Ibrahimovic Huma. Veg Dive into Byron Munich. Bet and they made a signing a big signing and I have a theory about how they should approach their manager position moving forward that it comes at the end of the show but right now let's be a little more positive about the United States men's national team. I think this is a really important point. It is that it feels hopeless right now and I get that. It's like when you have a really bad nine. Take you back to college or high school and you do really really poorly on a test. makes it feel like that class is going to be impossible in that every single test. Moving forward you'll do just as poorly but we all know at least those of us that made it through high school and college not saying you need to make it through college intelligent but if you study a little harder change your tactic you're gonna be able to turn around. You'll be able to take the test again and you'll probably be able to pass it and the United States has been presented with a really interesting opportunity over the next two World Cup cycles is Gregg Berhalter. The current manager of the United States. Men's national team is he the guy that'll be able to carry the United States. The place that I want them to go. I'm not sure about that. But he'll have a chance to prove it so first things first they need to do the very easy task. I mean very simple task. Ask It's honestly it's easier than a layup basketball what the United States needs to accomplish moving forward and that is qualifying qualifying for the two thousand twenty two World Cup in Qatar. I I think that that is an easy qualification. Because six CONCACAF teams will make it. It is a forty eight team tournament in the United States. I just not even going to entertain the thought so I step qualified. Think they'll get that done. Ninety Ninety nine percent sure they'll get that step done so first step for them qualify. Second Step Twenty twenty two and I think this is possible. This is a good young roster Polis is going to be starting to move into the beginning portions of his prime. He'll be let me do the math. Your quick he'll be twenty the two years old twenty three years old. You've got a lot of other really young talented players that are starting to succeed throughout Europe. That are starting to succeed exceeded high levels of the MLS the play in the MLS is getting better and better. I think this will be the most talented United States. Men's national team ever. I think better than the two thousand two team better than the two thousand ten team better than twenty fourteen. I think this would definitely be the most talented United States states team ever now. What is talent mean? You need to write culture. You need a good system. You need all those things to be successful in win world cops. Just ask the Germans but I think that they'll have the most talent they've ever had in twenty twenty two. The goal is just get out of your three team groups so for those that don't know now the World Cup is going to be completely restructured and it's going to be sixteen groups of three teams each in the top two teams from each each group. Make it to the round of thirty two and you play knockout from there. This favors a country like the United States because because they're going to be placed in a group with probably one power so a Germany and Argentina Spain etc Brazil Croatia. Maybe one power then the United States will be that meddling team in most likely the other team in their group. It might be even a country. We've never seen in the World Cup before because the field is expanded to forty eight. So you're gonNA have a win. Guaranteed you win that game. You play close close with the elite team. You move on to the round of thirty two not too difficult. I think that is the minimum expectation for me for the United States in the twenty twenty two world World Cup. Play in that round of thirty to see what happens from there be competitive if they lose in the first round shore but I think this team's talented enough to make a round of sixteen perhaps even a quarterfinal run in this type of format. If things align right if you get the right match up they certainly could be around sixteen so that's step one step to continue all the positive things that have been United States soccer over the previous years right which aren't many but there have been some. The domestic leagues are growing. Youth levels are growing talent is growing there's more prodigies time and time again from the United States. So keep all that stuff up in twenty twenty six. This is what I think's going to happen and bear with me here. I've said this to a few people Christian Pulisic who in my opinion by the end of his career will be the greatest American soccer player and it won't even really be close at that. Time will be twenty six years old. Yeah it's a really good age twenty six now not only will he be twenty six but the collection of other young players that are about his age. That don't exactly have the big name West mckinney. Tim Way these guys. We'll be also twenty five twenty six twenty seven this is prime athleticism peak athleticism for these United States athletes. This is a really good sign. This means that the twenty twenty six team should be one and a half times one point eight times more talented. Did than the two thousand twenty two team. I meant which I think will be the most talented United States team in history and in twenty twenty six. The United States AIDS is hosting the World Cup along with Mexico and Canada. But it's ninety percent in the United States and we know what hosting a World Cup can do for you momentum heading into it all those things you'll also have other collection of probably new prodigy's new Pulisic eighteen nineteen twenty twenty one. I really do believe the twenty twenty sixteen will be one of the best ten soccer teams in the world in if they get the right manager and they get the right draw in a tournament where you're only going to have to win one game to advance to the round of thirty two and you play knockout from there. Don't tell me that the United States eight can't be in the World Cup final in two thousand twenty six and I know most of you are laughing right now. I've been laughed at every time. I've said this I've upset this. Even after they failed to qualify for two thousand eighteen. But they're hosting they'll be the most talented team in history. They'll have legitimate superstar and I think a couple other borderline stars frontloading. Their team in leadership can just figure this thing out heading into twenty twenty six. You're telling me a round of sixteen home match in the middle of the country. Let's say a city like Chicago. Seventy thirty thousand Americans cheering on a World Cup. Round of sixteen we know Americans loved the World Cup. Even those who don't like soccer loved the World Cup especially if it's here and I think that the United States can string together wins and I think the United States. Let's put it this way. If they're ever going to win a World Cup it's going to be in two thousand twenty six and that is That's a pipe dream. Maybe you can say that. But I I have an expectation and it would not be successful any no run in two thousand twenty six. We'll be successful. Unless the United States is playing in the semi-final they need to be playing in the semi-final a final and I think they're good enough to do it. That's my positive. Take on the United States. I really do think there'll be talented enough. I think the United States has the role athletes. I just I think soccer needs to get embedded a little bit more and it's still growing and I know twenty eighteen hurt but don't let the one failed test. Keep you from believing that you can pass the next one. So I believe in the United States moving forward somebody. I don't really have belief in anymore. Manchester United. We'll talk about them. Where they rank in the premier league and should we have the same expectations for Manchester United? Moving forward that comes next on the GMC soccer podcast. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here nothing less than a podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music a fashion entertainment fantasy football and so much more so stop lurking around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network work to build. That podcast is whatever it may be visit us at. WWW DOT JESUS MC podcast dot COM Follow us on facebook and twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and Google play. Yeah in the back into into the show. TSMC soccer podcast just talked United States. Men's national team. I think that they'll have an opportunity to win the World Cup and Twenty Twenty Six. You can laugh but come talk to me in six years and maybe I'll be right or maybe I'll be horrifically wrong. Hopefully I'm right. Just get in the World Cup twenty twenty to win a a couple of games please. That's all I want. Make sure to give us a follow. GSM see underscore soccer on twitter. Hit US up with that. Follow for do podcasts re tweets of soccer pages etc CETERA. Same thing on facebook. GMC Soccer and follow me. Friend me Lucas more the name more Lucas on twitter. That's Lucas Focus with a k. m. o. r. e. but let's dive in to somebody else. That's been disappointing. Recently in really has been a disappointing a decade. That is Manchester United. So I WANNA take you back to when I was first being introduced to club soccer because at the very first breath of my soccer fan of I was visiting Germany once a year I family in Germany technically German citizen. But I've family over there in Germany and I visit and we talk. International soccer is four five six never really latched on to club soccer because it wasn't popular at all in the United States at the time time this was around two thousand three two thousand four not at all popular in the United States club soccer. It just it wasn't something that I was really interested in at all. I was interested in international soccer right. We were leading into the two thousand six World Cup. Two thousand to adjust happened. It felt like international soccer was just just what I enjoyed at the time. And it's all I really understood them as much as a fiber six year old can understand sports right and so I was all about international national soccer international soccer international soccer until I saw a Manchester United Ball on sale at Walmart in Springfield Ohio the middle of America all the the only soccer balls they sold were Manchester United Balls and when you go back to the middle of is that it's not the previous decade two decades ago. Oh my Lord. I'm old but if you go back to to the mid odds right two thousand four five six. I don't even know what we're GONNA call two thousand ten two thousands I guess. Manchester asserted was top of the world. They were the most popular the most successful the most respected the most feared everything in soccer. They were at the top of the world and in the fourteen years since that time. What are they now? I mean Manchester United. Just got embarrassed in the EFL. Come I'M NOT GONNA call it the Cariballo Cup up or whatever. They're calling it. I'm against this. I don't know it's the English Football League Cup. That's the way I understand it. I just don't want to call it the Karabakh Cup I I get. It's I I just don't want to do it. That's a discussion for another day. But they got absolutely throttled balanced manhandled shaking around by Manchester City their arch rival keenly. That three to one. It wasn't even close. You turn that match on. It looked like a top of the top top of the table Premier League team against team. That was battling against relegation. That's what that looks like. Manchester United had injuries and all these excuses that they continue to throw out but they just look bad they were boring they were interesting and to me. It made me really sit and think because I continue to respected Manchester United even up until so last year. I know they'd have been down but I'm like look Manchester. City came out of nowhere. Premier Li got better. They just need to adjust. They still have that culture. There's still a championship type hype team but another not. Let's lower expectations Manchester United. Because to me they aren't one of the best five Premier League Organizations Premier League clubs. I mean can you really say that. They're one of the best five at Liverpool's clearly better at the time not just a better team but a better club all around. They just had a huge deal with Nike. I think they're more popular in the world. Bright Manchester City. Clearly bettle better club at this point Chelsea's he's a better club. I just and then you can throw out a bunch of random teams that have just been better over the past three or four years better in not just soccer but better at everything thing as a club like signings etc etc etcetera. So to me. I think we should lower our expectations for Manchester United. I didn't understand that. This is not the Manchester United of two thousand two thousand six. They're just not that team. I mean these premier league finishes are awful the last time they won the League twenty twelve thirteen seventh fourth fifth. Sixth second sixth. Are you kidding me. I mean it and I just think. This is the expectation for Manchester United from this point forward. They haven't been competitive in the Champions League. They have some star talent. Don Wayne Rooney Lukaku. I like Lukaku. They make big signings but they never really work. And I just don't think they have the same cloud and I think the Premier League is too competitive at the top especially with the team in your own city in city. That has just taken all your juice and I think that Manchester United needs to be put in that same boat that you know. We've placed Liverpool now Liverpool as one since nineteen ninety. But they'll take care of business this year and we can then put them in the same boat that Liverpool is it the days of Sir. Alex Ferguson are gone in Manchester. United is going to be a team that win the premier league once every four years. They'll be competitive in the Champions League once in in a blue moon and if they may be get the right manager maybe they can have a two or three year run. Same plays Liverpool's in Saint Place. Manchester City's same place Chelsea all season. They are no longer the royalty of the Premier League and the performance in the NFL Cup. Prove that they looked awful and they're just they've lost all their juice and as an organization when you lose all your jus it's difficult to bounce back from that it's something something that is really difficult to wrap your head around even if you're a Manchester United fan the fact that this happened so quickly after a championship. Thirteen you fast forward. Seven years later and you're struggling to qualify for Europe. You're in you're out in the premier league and I just think that's the reality now now for Manchester United a sad reality indeed for united fans but you know what at least you're one of those top sixteen is the premier league. It's a good place to be sitting. It's a good place to be competitive in but they don't even. They're not even the best Manchester and that's just the truth of it. All former Manchester United player Cristiano Earn Aldo. Notched himself a hat trick. He's got an excellent goal record. We know that he's Cristiano Renaldo. We'll talk about him and another worldwide superstars ars lot Donnie. Brahima Vich on the other side of the break you're listening to the SMC's soccer podcast. This is your ultimate stopper. Everything sports the Golden state media concepts or podcast. Should I say more from the NFL UH Melby the NBA MMA. It's all in here. The golden state media concepts sports podcast. Listen yeah welcome back into the GMC soccer podcast. I'm your host Lucas more talked Manchester United disappointments. We talked United States. Men's national team their disappointments disappointments of of my hope for their future. WanNa remind you to give us a follow. GMC underscore soccer on twitter. GSM see soccer on Facebook facebook for all your great soccer content and you know all those goodies all those good things see when the episodes are posted etc etc.. Let's talk about Cristiano Renaldo another hat trick for him this time. You vent his first hat-trick for you vent is in Syria play. He's now had a hat trick and I'm GonNa try to name it it off the top my head the Premier League Lolita Syria the European Championships World Cup. And that's just the startling because you start to add in all these different tournaments that these teams played in Champions League has a hat trick in. It's just unbelievable. He is becoming the most deadly in the box. Goal score of all time and I am just in awe Cristiano John Rinaldo and I remember a few years ago when the Rinaldo versus messy debate really heated up I was on the Rinaldo side of things I prefer style style. He's big he's strong. He's fast. It comes off his foot hard. He's athletic these physical not that messy isn't all those things but Rinaldo oh embodies that more so than messy ever did ends to me. I just always preferred Rinaldo and Rinaldo real success success success success at Real Madrid. Three Pete in the Champions League I mean just time and time again winning winning trophies with Real Madrid scoring goals but still falling too messy most of the time in the league and I think Rinaldo hello made it a very calculated decision in a good decision to say. Hey maybe I should get away from this messy guy. Think Barcelona's got a little bit Better structure around him and they seem to do better against the worst teams in the league. Let me make a change later in my career. It might be a wrist. Some people might call it a risk but to me it will set myself up. I'm talking as Rinaldo here for an opportunity. Become the no doubt definitive greatest of all time. And there's a lot of messy fans whomever Donna fans and some German Franz Beckenbauer Atkin Bauer fans who are going to be screaming at the top of their lungs about this but to me Rinaldo has set himself up with you ventas if he can accomplish one thing to potentially be the greatest of all time and his legacy won't be hurt if he never does this at you vent this and it'll still be one of the best five players that's ever had an opportunity to touch a soccer ball to professional level but the one thing that he could do it you Venice that to me would solidify him as the goat right. Champions League take a trophy to Venice in the Champions League beat beat the seemingly unstoppable Liverpool beat Manchester City out for it beat Bayern Munich. The German giants out for beat your old team Real Madrid out for the beat messy in Barcelona out for it. That would be greatest of all time status. Because now he's been been he would have been a significant player in three separate leagues. Not just a significant player arguably the best player in three separate major leagues. He will have won one. I believe five Champions League titles a European title and he's made Portugal consistently relevant in world soccer which you know they've been relevant eleven here and there but they've never been as relevant as they are with Rinaldo in Rinaldo success in the international level has been questioned times but to me. He's been excellent in a lot a lot of matches and to me. It's just it's hard to get Portugal to the place you want him to go. Meanwhile messy has a consistent World Cup finalist team team Argentina. Argentina is a World Cup power and he can't win the World Cup with them so to me I think Rinaldo honestly sleep has the engine international play then he would pass messy clearly with Champions League and then if he goes in dominates all the way is event is wins the title there which is sure thing to me. It's just how are you gonNA argue with this. How are you going to argue against Rinaldo with the numbers of goals that he's GonNa put up by by the time? His career ends the number of assist that he'll put up by the time his career ends the highlights. The branding the merchandising. Just all across the board it becomes uh-huh really difficult to argue against Cristiano Renaldo as one of the greatest players if not the greatest player to ever live and and I really hope he accomplishes. I really hope that he's able to just drag Juventus now. You went to a talented team. You're not necessarily dragging but you know what I mean. Take Ventas lead event his two a Champions League title Ole boy. That'd be fun. That's greatness right there right did it. So much with Real Madrid time and time again coming up the biggest spots in the biggest tournament in the world a big stage player if he does it again with another team in another country I think that makes him the greatest of all time. And he's just so a such an enamelling figure Cristiano Renaldo. He plays with such power yet. Grace and it just this this beautiful wonderful mix of soccer speed and cutting ability and the ability to place the ball where every once on his shot combined with the ability to rip it harder than I think most humans on the planet can. It's just beautiful. It's a beautiful beautiful way way to play soccer in especially as somebody who grew up watching a lot of an American style soccer. I just really appreciate the way place and to me. I really hope that he's able to do this because I just think his his image is branding. I just like it all better than Lionel Messi and I like it better than I just I really don't have much respect for the Mayor Donna. So I'd really like for Rinaldo to do this so that I can say more than just with my heart but also my brain that he is the greatest soccer player of all time. And that's really my hope. For Cristiano Renaldo moving forward that he becomes he comes. The greatest soccer player of all time. Event is one of the the upper tier favorites but they've got a difficult path in front of them. I think it's possible. I think they're more due for a semi-final run in this whole thing. Obviously depending on the draw but even that would be impressive wooden solidify him as the greatest first of all time but it would be feet that he's proud of should be proud of and is impressed by and I'm just excited for this Champions League draw which I wanted to touch on just shortly before we head into the break and before we talk about Zlatan. Ibrahimovic the Champions League round of sixteen. This is the first time in Champions League history that the round of sixteen will feature sixteen teams comes from the major five league so no offshoot league as found a way to get a team into the round of sixteen for the Champions League. It is the major five the big big five and to me. That's exciting and we. We take a look through the draw. I WANNA go match by match or match up by matchup and just kind of discuss them a little bit because we want to start with Athletico Madrid in Liverpool to me. This is Liverpool all the way Athletico. Obviously there are nice team in Spain but to me it's just Liverpool is playing at such a high level with such a brilliant manager Jurgen Claw that. It's hard for me to imagine Liverpool not winning that at that time then you have dorman. BS GPS. She's the favorite here but dormant for the first time. A long time really choosing not to sell here. They're going to hold onto some pieces January. I liked the direction. Dorman always goes does that one of the best teams in Germany but PSG is without a doubt the favorite their Valencia should handle business against Atalanta which their first time with around sixteen ecksteen in a very long time. But that one is an upset to watch I think of the round of Sixteen Tottenham. Rb Leipzig is hurricane. Going to be healthy for the match on February nineteenth. That's the big question because he's not. I don't think that Spurs will have enough to overcome the Germans in rb live sick Chelsea Biron man. That sounds like an even matchup but Byron. Munich went six for six. In the Champion's league group stage I like what Hajjis flicks do and we will talk about Byron at the end of the show. I think they'll win. That tie. Barscelona should handle Napoli you. Venice should blow Olympic Leone right off. The field really shouldn't be close first. And then the most intriguing matchup with around Sixteen Real Madrid Manchester City. This just feels like some a tie that pep guardiola loses right and Real Madrid highly talented team. They certainly could knockout. Manchester City. Just feels like Manchester City. Win The premier league last this year by near record margin ninety eight points not by record margin but record point total at ninety eight and this year. They're just a little disappointing off the start. They were the betting favorites to start art and they just seem to always disappoint in big big match ups like this especially in European competition and I just think Real Madrid will be able to carry the day in that that one awesome around sixteen coming up in the Champions League. We will die if all into those matchups on the Monday. Before the first Wednesday of those match Gotcha ups that comes up in February but I wanted to just touch on those matchups because the Champions League to me is the center of European club soccer especially especially for us here in the United States. Most of you. I'm assuming listening in the United States if not ignore this but for us in the United States it's it's really that the super pro bowl of European soccer because each of these individual leagues are one extremely hard to follow day in day out to they're often won by the same team. I mean Germany. Germany has been dominated buyer Munich this entire decade last time event. His loss Italian Tyler. I couldn't even tell you in Barcelona. Real Madrid are always winning in Spain. So this is the time for the best clubs in the world to compete in a tournament that changes hands often has a couple dominant teams surprise teams that make their way up there. It's it's a beautiful tournament it's tournament that I just absolutely loved to talk about in. It will really be the center of our show. Every time that these matchups come up weakened week-out through the month February March April moving into summer and then we'll have the European championships. It'll be a great time on the. GMC SOCCER PODCAST DOC. Gas What won't be a great time slot towns time in a C Milan. It did not start well for Ebrahim Vich and I'll tell you why he probably just made the biggest mistake of his career on the other side of the break you're listening to the GMC soccer podcast. 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I loved his attitude. I love his cockiness. I knew that he can back it up in the MLS. Because he's one of the greatest argument of all time he didn't need to run run a bunch he could stand receive distribute and score. That was his job as a galaxy. Fifty two goals in fifty six matches excellent player Zlatan. Ibrahimovic loved watching him play and I thought that he was going to be a mainstay in major league soccer until he decided to retire. Because because who on earth wouldn't wanNA score goals easily in a league where you're going to be playing in front of twenty two seventy thousand people every single week which is about the same. You're going to see in Italy with AC Milan. Which is where he ended up going? And you get to live in Los Angeles and be a superstar at the center of a really beautiful butting L. A. Versus L. A. Rivalry with Carlos Villa Bob Bradley in La L. AFC. I just really excited for that match up and I thought it'd be a great way for somebody to end their career and it's really one of those rare opportunities. Is that these major superstar. Soccer players have to actually play in a lower league and yet still be respected for it still earn a bunch more new fans still we able to dominate and be playing in front of thousands upon thousands of people have billions of social media followers have your highlight the MLS is a serviceable league. That's not available to guys like Tom. Brady there's no minor league football team or a pitcher that wears out in major league baseball. They're not going to go to triple A.. And live about the glory days there to me. It's just it was a beautiful opportunity. Present time to be a superstar to score goals in a major major injure market in Los Angeles California and Win Games and be a star instead. He makes the decision and just absolutely blew. My might makes the decision as Mila who is currently twelfth in their own league cannot get out of their own way and will not be able to get a thirty eight year old target man the ball so slots on your better to be able to find some youthful energy and start to run around and get the ball for yourself because you are not going to get a lot of opportunity to score and you're playing against most of the time I'm better defenders than you were in the mls into me. You're going to wile away in frankly irrelevance in Italy instead of being the superstar in Los Angeles helping soccer grow in an area scoring goals. Now you'RE GONNA lose a lot of matches not score a lot of goals and not be a superstar other than the fact that there's lots on which that's a really important point is lots that's on Tani's Lautan Los Angeles ask for slots on in you got slots on is what he said. And I love all that stuff. And he's still going to be massively popular her just because he's lots on but this is by no means going to elevate his career. I don't think he's GonNa score much I think's going to be ineffective on other. macy belonged better at all in fact he he might start lose. Minutes then is going to come back to the MLS. This just was a a mistake. All across the board in the cockiness thing. It doesn't work when you're not scoring people. Don't WanNA listen to that when you suck people don't want to hear you talk when you suck the bottom line if someone's talking trash but they're really good. You kind almost respected like man. That guy's really good. He's telling me how good he is. He's telling he's going to beat me and then he beats me. But if you're talk talk talk cocky cocky cocky on the best in the world talking third person all that crap and you're unable to get out of your own way. Were they see Milan. You're unable to score thirty eight year old target man that is not going to receive any targets just doesn't work it doesn't work as well it's bad. Pr Move doesn't sound good doesn't roll off the tongue as well isn't as fun and I think. Tom Has just made an unbelievably believably horrible mistake by deciding to move away from major league soccer and I think the Cristiano Renaldo should take a look. It was locked on just did and understand that his reversal here is something that Cristiano Renaldo should take advantage of when he is thirty. Eight thirty nine because Cristiano Renaldo by the time. He's thirty eight thirty nine the MLS will have grown even more. There will be plenty of major major media markets for Rinaldo to choose from in. Who doesn't WanNa live in Los Angeles or New York? You know in their late thirties as an international superstar Cristiano Renaldo will consider sitter the meat in the MLS. I think you'll see the success that as Lon- had but the difference between Latin Rinaldo is just feel like Rinaldo calculates things a little a little bit more like he's a little better with his business and I think that if he made the move them less at age thirty seven thirty eight he would just ride it out two years term turn forty score lots of goals maybe we'll win and MLS Cup gain more fan base in the United States maintain that fan base leave on a good note retire there. That's my career. I really hope that's Rinaldo elect to do and I thought that's what's Lon was going to do. And and I thought it was going to be a brilliant exit for a brilliant player who dominated in all leagues in the world who has some of the most famous goals in monitored soccer history. Remember the bicycle kick of the World Cup when he was playing for all my Lord. That was so famous and instead he's just going to be an average striker in an average league on an average team and to me that's boring and disappointing and unfortunate. That's Latin has chosen this path and unfortunate. That's Lon we'll be Lautan but old old slot time. No longer effective slot pours lots on. Actually you know what he's made. Plenty of money. No Poor Zlatan Poor Hansie flick. Probably really though Ozzy flicked the manager of buyer Munich. Will he be able to hang around after this season. I've got a couple ideas on that. A couple of thoughts on that and more about the German airman defending champions in potentially future champions on the other side of the break. You are listening to the G. S. M. C. Soccer. PODCAST AST are you looking for the very best. 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And when you have a five to one loss to Eintracht Frankfurt on your record he I understand y break. In case of emergency glass has been broken for buyer Munich. But if you take a step back and really look what Haji Flick was able to do in. The last. Three Champions League matches what he was able to do. Since Biron loss five one against Frankfurt in the Bundesliga they headed to the middle. Oh break getting ready for the Rook Rhonda therefore points back. They're still the favorites. According to five thirty eight to win the Bundesliga Salita and they are the second highest favorite team to win the Champions League according to five thirty eight and I think Hansie Flake who is you know a prodigy Kranji of Japan. Who was the last really successful manager for buyer? Munich is showing us and I think he will show everybody what works at buyer so every single sports culture every single word culture has certain things that work for its culture so in the sport of basketball. If you've got a team filled with guys who are high energy view of a culture like the Los Angeles Lakers where it's just unbelievably high expectations. You take it to the soccer where it's just star players all across the board. Some cultures work. Well when you put a star head coach in it just elevates everything because everybody's a star and they're playing a bunch of stars weekend and we gal like Real Madrid plays Barcelona. There's another stars to combat against. There's somebody he to ground these players right. The Lakers in the NBA Abba made the playoffs in a while. That grounds them right. The American sports tend to ground teams teams. To where it's okay to have a fiery head coach to elevate teams Navistar head coach to try to take them into the atmosphere. When I think Byron Munich has learned or at least I don't think they've learned? I think that I have learned about Byron and I hope they figured out about themselves is is that they are a club that is so unbelievably dominant both fan base financially and success on the field in Germany Germany. They are unable to be grounded by domestic competition and they need to be grounded by head coach. Because there's a lot of stars on this team a lot of big heads right a lot of very very wealthy players who really have no competition in the country. They live in four four players that are as famous as wealthy as well known as respected as players. That play for Byron Munich. The that's an unbelievably the beautiful thing to play for Bermuda Germany. It is an honor. It's like kingship. You're like night when you play for Byron Munich and there's a lot of people from Germany who don't like Byron who who refused that statement but then why does every single player Alexander Nubile just the perfect example twenty three year old captain for one of Byron's rivals free transfer transfer. I'm just GONNA go ahead and leave and let the team strip my captaincy to go be the backup to Byron. Munich's keeper that's what it means to play for Byron Munich Germany. That's that's what it means to wear those colors Germany. These guys are so elevated above everybody else in their own league in their own country that they live in that. A grounded did humbling. Head coach is necessary. Pep Guardiola didn't work Kovac didn't work. These guys who were big names. Big League hires don't work your bank. Is I understand. He's a big name but he's a big name. Because of the grounding component he brought to Byron Munich he humbled that team. He humbled a team into the point. where it's like? We've got a focus on us. We don't want to focus on her star starpower and focus on branding and just put forward right and be grounded. And I think that's what Hansie Flick really brings. I don't think Byron Munich Mc needs to go hire a big name Jose Marino were are Steve Wagner. I don't think that these things need to be. I don't think they need that. I think think there's plenty of talent here that you don't need a big name. Big Tactical Genius a guy. Who's just a superstar in world soccer to try to come in and Ativan more pressure and more spotlight to bar Munich. I think you need a guy. Like Hans Likud ground. WHO's good tactically? Who understands how to get the best out of the players? Here's how to develop players. And maybe he isn't the same tactical genius that Pep Guardiola's but pep couldn't get out of his own wing in Europe with Byron Munich. And I think that Honfleur GonNa go out and win the Bundesliga by Golly if he wins. The Champions League and Byron doesn't bring him back they would be absolutely foolish foolish. I think the Bar Munich should understand that. That's who they are right. They need to be star. Power in the brand and on the field in everything else needs to be grounded. Upper management needs to be grounded. Coaching needs to be grounded. Sensible straightforward eight forward solid decisions and a little more loyalty to write. Loyalty comes from guys who are grounded. Boil T to German national players Win Biron. Was Clicking Twenty twelve twenty thirteen when they won the treble in Germany. The Champions League was there's when they were consistently consistently gently right there to win the Champions League it was mainly German players and I love Kingsley Komen and I love these guys from all over the world that a decided to play at Byron Munich Germany who they think is one of the most respected clubs in the world in. You need those guys to win a high lev. Orien- robin was a guy from the Netherlands. Excellent that played on those teams but the core of Byron Munich needs to be German needs to be German and Hansie Flick is exactly what he did. He empowered Thomas and look what's happened to bar. They made a little bit of a rebound. They made a little bit of comeback. And I think that if fire can understand that they need a grounded head coach they need to focus on German talent. Develop a little more young talent. Stop trying to pay fix every problem. I pay to fix most problems. I love that you don't have to pay to fix every problem. That's what will make Byron the most successful assessable. They can be which is now more successful than they've already been there to win eight consecutive domestic titles. In my opinion I think they'll make the four point comeback they could potentially be another semi-finalist once again in the Champions League. Maybe even the whole thing. They're fine right there. Fine right but for them to be elite for them to be the best that they can be that formula they used in two thousand twelve German centric roster grounded head coach each little bit of humble. Because there's enough added pressure in cockiness just from being buyer Munich. I think that's the formula moving forward for the Bavarians. That's the formula moving forward for that. Hopefully they figure that out but knowing buyer Munich and karl-heinz And just everything they've done at the top of that organization in the top of that club. I just got a feeling. They'll try to hire a really big name trying to make a big splash and when they don't win the Champions League firearm and I just don't think that that is the formula that would make buyer Munich as successful successful as they can be. That'll bring an end to our show. The GMC soccer podcasts. I hope you really enjoyed the first episode because I certainly enjoyed bringing it to. 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LADS#196 - Racism in Bulgaria, Ronaldo 700 Goals, Arsenal Good?, and Liverpool Title Hopes

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LADS#196 - Racism in Bulgaria, Ronaldo 700 Goals, Arsenal Good?, and Liverpool Title Hopes

"No no no no coming from the vivid seats studio this is overtime media overtime media think halting the game is a good way to start but there has to be awards or penalty for the Bulgarian fans especially the comments so I have an article from ESPN up here. The Bulgarian manager said that England has a bigger racism problem than in Bulgaria so they if you're going to experience my question to you guys I wanNA get your comments we'll go around the room but I heard before we started the podcast Hussein Uefa did enough to try and prevent this just kicked them out for such heinous things really an example that you know banners and you know these slogans and these campaigns aren't really doing shit so I want to go around when match we had rival Fans Nazi salutes chanting yelling fuck you hime sterling and horrible going in we do think UEFA is doing enough or there should be more extreme punishments are around I'll start with Brian mentioned this before we started it lost money on France today fuck France like withdrawal man like I just need club to come back Sergey an inch served law yeah they did what they were supposed to do but I think Kevin to your point that's kind of not clearly not working and so I think the officials should have but I've been seeing around twitter and ally in my own personal feeling so Ufo should've let the England team walk off in like disqualify Bulgaria there's mixed feelings about international break I think is kind of bullshit but let's talk about the incidents that occurred today there is a lot of racism occurring in it was in Bulgaria right the Bulgarian you know kind of taking matters into their own hand a little bit more and just like you know what we're not playing this anymore until y'all can get your shit together maybe it'll happen next time but I don't think this protocol Oh Stadium Games where no one can go but that's just not enough I think there needs to be a harsher penalty after the fact that all this happened yeah no I mean I think you know reading an article earlier they were talking about there they have some new protocol where the first time something happens they talk to me captain of the team second time it happened I can suspend the match and then the third time they would actually stopped the match I mean I think if we're talking by the voice over in the discord what's up boys the bullies scan how we have quite the gang today we got neal. Jd Key is a good sign moving forward that they will permanently halt matches and they will actually be like reprimands to those who are actually doing these racists bat in the match and then go to the media and say like Oh it's a bigger problem for them there should be fines I know one thing with the Champions League and Europa League they do the Jason Logan Brian and myself gang gang gang scant six nine games skit skating one hundred Emoji we had today in international I mean I before even going to that house everyone had been joined international break let's go around the room all right it sucks yes all is going to get the job done all right let's hop over to Neil what did you think of all this is doing enough has everyone doing tonight so I personally coming up with you know pictures of sterling and everybody on the field and they I saw the quote from the coach of the Bulgarian team and I mean Bulgaria is a former eastern Soviet bloc country that's an eastern Europe than is has been sex and Kudos to the a Bulgarian captain of the team who actually you during halftime was talking to the fans and trying to get them to calm down so shout that's that's just blatantly unacceptable in in any professional setting or anywhere really in the world so I think the them allegedly allegedly as far as I know they weren't doing Nazi salutes so okay we got three guys left we got Keith Jason J. D. so Brian Introduce yourself and your thoughts about the whole incident that happened in English or in Bulgaria today what's up I'm Brian on on writing for the site actually doing something 'cause passive really kind of just put up banners have really done anything to take action against the you want to racist them actually doing something can stop me match in that you know that what's it what's that Chapelle show characters name type Bingham's whatever you start becomes yeah well all right be harsh I believe there should be harsher penalties because there has to be a message so it really depends on what UEFA actually values do they value has happened to the English team when they were in Montenegro before nothing really happened to Montenegro as a result so here we go to it is what they're supposed to do but the litter the law isn't always right I feel like they should have stopped the game I mean if they're doing Nazi salutes and Shit I be you just can't be doing shit like that rush because it's not really the players faults although the manager for Bulgaria sounds like a dickhead old of tribalism and the sort of nonsense for the end of time and no one should be surprised to that and the sad part of it is all these than what they've been doing so far and they haven't done it yet win will they do it I mean this was way way this was worse than what happened in Montenegro by are worse and in until UEFA actually does something then it will continue to happen any will be worse the next time what is it they value and if they really truly value this whole equal game and equality and unity and all this other stuff they have to have more severe panel competition bands banning teams from specific competitions for certain amount of times and that is I am not a good looking it's going to be harsh for the first team that happened to but they need there needs to be an example made the arts should there be harsher punishments and just a whole incident that occurred today in general I think the only way that this is going to ease up or stop is saying that there was a more of a racism problem in England which is which is just absolutely does any I mean I don't think anyone should be surprised that that this happened in Bulgaria Okay area another easy quote easy game for England and he country to buy a crappy country which you know just as me trying to you know real these guys in time so I'm going to do my best but we have a lot to talk about boys we have a major incident Turkey I mean you with your country borders water Romania and Turkey then I mean order Keith what did you think of all that happened today well I didn't know anything about it until I looked at my instagram and it saw okay well let's hop over to Logan you were doing a couple of homes there what do you wanna hot I agree I feel like this I will branson by the letter of the law it is okay area so I as far as what is Africa on mumbling over my words UEFA concerned is that lottery respect for him I don't blame the players by any means 'cause Y- there seem like people but yet from the I'm one team for it to start to sink in with the fans and I think that would do it and actually in response to the Bulgarian managers claim that England I remember I just remember that scene whether in like the fucking the terminal and the one dude like yeah we're here to play football and the terminal guys like Bulgaria has ms and so it so there was just like since nothing happened in Monterey go so now it's free rein when you go to the next crappy country which is the movie united like that about like Bobby Charlton with the plane the Munich air disaster and then they go to Bulgaria so and that's what I worry about yeah no I definitely think it's a major concern I think the agreement is something needs to be done but let's see top over to Jason Jason what do your what are your been said my opinion is I think UEFA officials started doing the right thing they did they follow protocol stopped the game you know they talk to the player the team like I know about Bulgaria I feel like Liam Neeson kill those guys in movies I don't know I really can't put my finger down on it the conversation but I was GonNa say I agree with Jason That's no somebody's got to be made an example of at some point is gonNa suck but eventually you gotta make there's I think that game should have been should have been forfeited at half especially to the fact that England was up four nothing actually by the end of halftime you were there or why why didn't they do that. Russian in it would set a precedent and has more of a racist problem sterling said Not So sure about that chief twenty twenty nine hundred and twitter snapchat rare air with those like pay lay a couple of other guys Mueller crazy ridiculous I saw something today it was like if you scored twenty goals a year yeah I mean seven hundred career goals is just a fucking lot that's in fathom that's so many and the one thing okay we Kinda can't be these pieces of shit anymore you know so hopefully hopefully this starts a good Trent all right let's move on to something more enforcing now has some fucking light shining on them from being a bunch astles I- addicts but JD Bulgaria borders Romania and who not great no one can be surprised no so jd let's goes out with you your final thoughts on the whole mess today honestly the way everything's example of someone in I think it should have started with Bulgaria today it didn't but now that you're doing something hopefully it'll calm down other nations diesel blinded by that and not appreciate greatness right now people are going to regret it I think I I think where you fall on the spectrum if club goals of note okay okay all right of note that we can publicly speak about but yeah is not slowing down anytime soon which is scary to think so you know he has more to offer I think visited today I have seen that what am I saying renounced Gortat seven hundred that's always trying to say so that's pretty wild he's in Palay Yeah Fair play he did play the farmer's league also claimed it's absolutely absurd and he really doesn't I mean even like you said even if he's slowing down he's still scoring ridiculous rate for someone his age and has been played it would take you thirty five years you'd be like fifty five to try and get up to seven hundred goals so pretty amazing accomplishment the guy is just a goal-scoring machine he is I guess all right we'll honest I don't think I've done anything of note seven hundred times let alone score seven hundred you know doing this for so long he should not be this good at his age and if we're only counting goals that actually happen he's about four hundred it brings me to the next question which is what does UEFA value what do they value money conversation cash as long as he has so I mean it's really great yeah Jason I mean it's he's just unreal and he's been I do appreciate and love our Rinaldo he's like thirty three thirty four yeah he's Keith physical condition too and you'll looks like he you can he's he's incredible Do you have anything that I mean Rinaldo the Rinaldo messy debate is really silly as I agree with the other here the reference isn't like nine in World War One after that I don't give a fuck look satellites date I think of Bulgaria is in the is the best if he's not the best of all time it doesn't it doesn't matter he's one of the best of all time if not the best of all time you need appreciate it before it's gone Neil top review demand is read seven hundred goals because pretty impressive yeah it's very impressive and I see all the time domestic debate and you could be on one fence or the other but like forty one forty two I think he he is an with pharmaceutical companies because here's a test tube baby he has already you just keep scoring and I don't recall though if he's ever had a major injury that has put him out for a significant amount of time I don't I think that game should has been because at any point in there was no there was no point a player should have been taken off yeah that's my the lady I just I was Gonna say I feel like top gear went to like Bulgaria fairly some reason just as Dr Ram cars or something I don't know it's pretty irrelevant country that auto fucking crushing it I mean I'm I'm the biggest Rinaldo hater in the world I hate him but seven hundred goals got get deny him yeah no I yeah a good footballer has money I mean like I'm sure he has so much support from like you know how they always say they have a cancer care but they're not going to give it to the public will analyst on that one I mean the one thing I I I mean Rinaldo is a former united player so that's that's wonderful and I respect optima the heat memed the fuck out of Bulgaria I know where to buck is bog area who I just finished like find your new season and that's the only time I've in his latter half of it I mean we never have seen a decline in the past couple of years but the guys still killing it I just whoever wants to go everyone just like just loud by the fact that member if he has and that's one of the that's the big thing also he's going into his mid thirties or in his mid thirties and from Mike recall he hasn't had a major injury I'm back that he's gone through different teams differently eggs and continue to just crush it in all of them the N. national play as well so everywhere he goes everything he a bunch of goals that just did not have true well we can't prove it yet who lost in the out what is it the Anaheim angels he's a credible will be thirty five next February Brian what are your thoughts Pretty pretty impressive right aw fucking I robot anyway we're going to move on to so I've been bagging on Arsenal hoping just seeing tyranny bomb up the left crossing coming back on defense getting the tackle up top and playing the ball back in Weil and now they're sitting in third and I should be very happy but luckily we have a massive arsenal fan here to tell me why I should stop bitching and Moaning Neil please tell me why I should stop complaining about my gunners our gunners as fellow owners so the way I see is a lot of our key players were injured Hector Bella and yeah because knowing arsenal we're going to do very well and then the classic midseason collapse happens and then there's right there for you and yeah yes exactly deepen their we have so anything else that I mean I think we're all just like wow nice one Berg posed no problem is it Freddie Freddie because what they're doing with him is he's kind of like the attack I think once these three players are fully integrated back in the team will add a new dimension and we're only one point off of cities from what I've been reading it's either into the Champions League or bust and if say hypothetically that doesn't happen who do you bring in I know a lot of people want Freddie Southwick episode and it was like Superman and he was like he was like it was like an advocate for stem cell research or fucking what over different from a nasty ACL injury rob holding as well and then we signed our beautiful Scottish leftback here interior in the summer who was recovering from a double her he has also a chip in his deck. Now we're asking the real question is he airman Nader Terminator all right well the Terminator something happens and who gets the sack January and he takes over it's GonNa be an Ole two point zero goes on this ridiculous Rondo Form Rinaldo probably has an immortality cure like like Magic Johnson and AIDS Yup yeah no that's that's that's cash he he just sleeps with cash Doug Bread India and as they've been slowly getting integrated into the team you see so much more improvement of play so the magic in standardly edge where our someone for him take the test to baby was born in San Diego to a mystery America active so yeah always number four th leases like home at this point so I think it also pigs the question what do you do emery because everything looks good they time down and then the levees open and arsenal remains classic arsenal that's what he's got red shirt and a sense he manages for Cup Games in Europa League games so they're trying to get that first team manager experience I think personally if Jaydee x-files music in right there so you think Lebron James is like there's almost a sort of Schumer superhuman quality about it I doubt if you gotta go until forty arsenal fan told me because you could be a united fan true I forgot about that Shit Fan to do you could be taught him Fan hello the future looks bright but my biggest problem with this and there's one thing I've learned being a massive arsenal fan it's the hope that kills you far guys welcome in this Tuesday's special you're looking listening not licked licking listening Q.. Lads podcast I am joined by the unlike you know really really going so that would be pretty entertaining and just like they just haven't had their complete squad yet at that Kevin Yeah I wanna be happy with that Ginger scoring a goal Oh longstaff yeah I've Neal's right ourselves have been without their best lineup so far this season which I'm actually curious what your backing from the board united we don't have to get an earlier I know I'm going back to the main subject Kevin you know why you shouldn't complain about being would the Arsenal fans here's best lineup would be if you'd have if you wouldn't I don't know be personally I I don't you know I'm a big fan of anyone he is scary looking though Bdi's I gotta give him his mother Fucker patient zero will you could be an Everton fan you could be offered fan there was a strike against the united and I'm sure that's going through your memory over and over again I guess we can just go around the room should are we done with Arsenal so we talk about a little united talking about Arsenal arsenal okay. We'll talk what got the money she takes everything he's from north England I mean he is the son talk that's over now though is dude seriously though no he has a test tube baby doesn't need any a new low low around the horn here logan your thoughts on arsenal should I fuck man no kidding now getting ours it's it's very strange so where would he give its first ski where would he get that support be able to get yeah I know but every wake everybody in late they know but like that's also been in and out with injuries wells we haven't really seen Obama lock and peppy upfront really altogether yet it's like hey no Sunday no food leads isn't he tight man quaker Hill Rinaldo we'll look at Rinaldo when he was fucking like eighteen right in your thing find city but city have a plus eighteen. I'm I'm I mean it was it was that Wofford then they'd have I don't think but there's thirty table the they only have a two goal differential though the table it's not great city are you are one point yeah but I could probably get some money I mean you have you have value in that squad but it's not producing anything Oh really good manager get all the dead out Ozil sold fucking China were America Ozo- sold use that money honestly to win that game yeah I feel so I agree with you Jason sometimes you can just be too safe to conservative he's not playing to win the game you know what I mean and their full squad and with the struggles of Spurs and Woodstove United I think arsenal if they can kind of manage that you know December that kind of bums me out I'm like dude what are you like come on we have the talent we have the attack like I definitely want to see a back four of tyranny rob holding NIAMH ARY is that every time there's a big game he will not play Obama and lock is at at the same time he always benches one of them when they need the most talent Oranje pace isn't everything have needs to fucking score and I mean I like I'll give its arsenal they got a good player I think he's a great player and their their leader Captain Yeah but they should probably by so BIOS terminally ill yeah yeah take this team to a title in the next three to four years no no I'm not yes it depends on who you said yes what's his name Hector Bello ran and I can't think of his name crisis as anyway moving who also shit which is a law which also cannot complain are only loss the three four three and one I am thinking that the best team in the League which I want to get the more like Liverpool and mentors united talk because obviously that's the big matchup communist we this is good guy that would be good is still I think I said I also think that people need to give him some time 'cause he is optimistic neal says yes needs to be Oh disagnosed two thousand fourteen fifteen liverpool rebuild at Arsenal get get a Lotta people writing them off hell early high retail from Jason One thing that just absolutely baffles me about you anywhere kinda collapsed they might sneak in the top four you could happen happened Pepi needs a score that's the thing this isn't this isn't fee for which is now playing in the premier league he was playing France for that so give us a time he has scored you've given some time he shows a lot of problems I think that people are out too early on you Kevin is he's very he doesn't disrespect opponents when we'll be going to a game that we should win and we play so conservatively my decide who is more banter FC Tottenham Manchester United so I'll open the floor question right now who's more what are your thoughts on arsenal I I just wanted to say that our our master plan of inserting David Louise as a double agent or Klein is yeah no yeah he just he needs and I it's like you want Rohan on the opposite side of the field after triple past Van Dyke though rather than to the players he has around him Oh yeah I feel oh which is a which can be a good thing but also can be a detriment Yeah Brian I haven't really heard anything from this game at the Emirates was the infamous three two loss of Crystal Palace ours is he respected the opponent so much and it ended up continuity So Gee I mean I I basically agree with with everything everybody already said well I want to move on to two teams who I can't he is even if he's not causing directly there are some tensions in addressing room that are affecting their ability to play as a team out there on the pitch I think that needs to go ahead that will they also can't let him go for free right exactly I think they should have sold Erickson two games he in his mind he should win he should play the starting eleven that went not late yeah layers minutes here and there and be safe it was something that that will work given the players that he has he tries to do all these weird things kinda getting advantage and it Kinda Bites monastic because there's no take time to get shipped yeah I think Tottenham is better squad honestly and depth wise I think they have a better squad again but who else do they want to chime in about arsenal like Is I am I gonNA take us why is it reached a ceiling with him is this the best we're GonNa get like is he going to attention is kind of feeding onto the field so the issue with Christian Eric's I think I think regardless of how good he may be they they need to sell them I mean uh-huh Oh my God Audi Cup yeah that's trophy prestigious Tottenham is the most disappointing team I would say so far in the At the end of the season so I mean if I were Eric than I just wouldn't let them try answering and then save my no yeah but in full force them he scored though but he also has conceded like he's also penalties and he's also he give any take it yeah they'll buy him anyway ready in January he's free to sign a contract with any team he wants and then leaves her free should be better than what they are they are a symptom of you know your coach has been there for several years has the message nick to mostly the sign to Logan's I mean I think emory he he he workshops too much with lineups right like he doesn't Just Inca say coaching as well yeah yeah easily I think they need to get rid of a lot of the reports are saying that the dressing room thin but basically now with all that talent I mean I know that you know the whole you know thing and not getting players and thing but they got some players this time enter. FC over the last two weeks is Tottenham let me like by far because because like they didn't use lose they got the shit beat out of them the difference United States lost games that they probably could have one tunnel just got the shit kicked out of them consistently for like a week straight so like Oh the curtains the score really good have you seen that did pass Van Dyke Again Robertson fucking legend it just got lost I mean you see this with a lot of other teams in football and soccer and basketball where you had the same coach number of years of same players and then the same message Tottenham was like the the number three team pretty much in the Premier League based on the talent they had on the field there coaching what they had going on everything that they came in with from the previous non stop maybe socrates anyway but like I would have at least those three tyranny Hector Bello Ren and holding back there doc is looks like he's playing for another team you know and and he's been playing with it but still he doesn't want to be there Erickson doesn't want to be there and so will you have one player who is a very good player that doesn't WanNa be percents should have left in the summer I mean look like himself as well so I mean he he looks like he's you know doesn't care it's like he's playing for another team just salt no he wonders who else oc it added layer right right so again one also other point emory which I agree I love as a Liverpool fan like I love having that kind of team to go up against like more good teams in the Premier League like more good challenges and I'm afraid advisor off man is rough and I'm afraid of a mass exodus honestly spurs like they're a great team and I that if Eriksson leaves on a bad note Harry Kane is GonNa get plenty of offers young men sewn a great player is going to just gets old and that's what it kind of feels like kind of feels like right now whereas experiment over that we were trying to say the fact that this is done like we just got it it was a monster pepper beep everyone I have proposed dot you there it wrecks the locker room and regardless if they're seen as a leader on the team or not he's a very good player and he doesn't seem to really want of Lake player manager team mentality goes like I'm afraid of a mass exodus for them like it might happen the quota biting us in the ass and does it though cripple city three to everyone and then being united this year I think we'll ever when he responds about expectations like what do people who support the team support the club what do they expect and is the team meeting those expectations we'll be there he doesn't want to listen to the coach anymore and that's a that is the ultimate that's I hate to use cliches I hate them but he's a cancer in the locker room potentially league so far I mean given place don't want to be known Tottenham Hat kno Taht should be this summer I mean they're not they're mid level players at best but they still shoot via belly like that okay I raised him I think he's should've this last summer yeah go sell they'll show January probably they could get a lot of money from this mill sell him in January Paul has any respect for Tottenham he'll he'll respect for Donald TRAMP Cup they won the Cup I don't think Tottenham expected to reach the Champions League final now I don't I really don't think any fan at the beginning of the season expected them to resell the bad anfield you just had to watch tottenham not even like getting to the final third whatsoever I think I saw hurricane touch the ball twice a couple of chances through like Crystal Palace and they they're very good team but being arsenal going with that it's like this should be yeah it's yeah especially at home too I feel like emory plays more to his tactics because if you look at teams context of their history you know it's like their people's expectations are going to be higher or lower depending on past for over from whipple fan that's massive yeah it was yeah it sucked fuck it's music vinyl but when they were there they were all hype but when they lost it's the worst downhill feeling like a horrible game that was I think we're going to lobby he sounds like he's done their players in the locker room that sound like they're done you have the whole Ericsson thing amounts but past performance in this day and age is not a necessarily at accurate predictor a future because things quickly club we did that all of the spur and that's where we I think the biggest thing about fandom is get pointy of offers Deli Deli alley rape but I the deadliest place seventeen minutes all season I haven't travelled okay a an probably be fucking you Venice like or Alex Madrid yeah well yeah it'll probably do not nick's Gotcha okay okay I thought it was great no I on radio driving to a friend's house already won the league this year should be just watching the premier league is insight I expect nothing yet I'm I'm still like wait a minute guest fun like a lot of their Tongan like you know they they have great players said once way once this discourse and Liverpool system is such an intricate machine to learn the prasad that fast it's GonNa take a little bit adaptation so the whole flow of the team sucked literally wrote a book they wrote a Goddamn Book about just reaching the Champions League finals was it wasn't fans it was the last year when they had an eight point lead and completely blew it so I think there's two things that are still exciting to watch premier league season and to see if Liverpool MS in a way taken off I think it's a little early but yeah I think it's gotta give us time the time we'll tell Jason what do you think as a Manchester United Fan obviously play a Metal Trafford this is that Old Trafford. Es It'll traffic all of the metrics indicate that Manchester City is is the the best still the best team in the Premier League but you know Liverpool Right now agree that the the only reason why Manchester City is not close at liberal right now is the injuries that Manchester City has suffered I mean because before the game starts but I think it's I mean it is Liverpool's titled to lose but it was around Christmas last it's a war of attrition at the end and so it's going to be exciting and how many times that we seen as stated before teams in in in many lease where they had a little too early they have a fantastic team fantastic coach fantastic system like everything about them as write checks everything off one problem that I see Collini a history of the talk to now it's true it's true it's just what happens I I do think lead so so it's it is right now Liverpool's to lose but a key injury to the wrong person with who they've got on the field and playing with their coach and so forth is the best team right now the second but with thirty games to go and a eight nine point lead going into winter and then winter came and they felt earth and got closer and you know in some cases they lost their a gauntlet of games that everyone has I mean I I you know injuries are going to be it's a teams that you're going to be fighting for those top four spots because it's really up for grabs there and you know the future is injuries because hypothetically like Van Dyke Ramana solid gets a bad injury you're gonNA have to panic by January Wheatley blows the lead again with the exact same team and coach and to watch the relegation battle of Man United Teams you guys I think the glory away from Liverpool you gotta get down that's only way oh it was so yeah I mean Liverpool I the team and get relegated man actually I agree with that take I actually agree with that take teams you know that come in their teams I think are better than what we then they seem to be that may sneak up on people I mean I it's a number expound on how much of a hangover I mean like you see it in other sports to how much of a hangover is it to go all the way to Champions League final and then lose so bad and it's it's more of the fact that WHO who've they've lost Sunday is replaceable with how many fucking amazing tears they have but thirty five games left I need I need a twenty five point lead me to grant a Christmas in April okay yeah April yeah all right well as pop around I am in about this Liverpool campaign you know like thirty plus year whatever you know you guys are keeping guys my nineteen ninety nine different things that can happen so much can happen and that's the fun part of the Premier League so it's not the rules loose yet okay does anyone else have eighty on house go over to Neil Neil is this now Liverpool's title to lose the Ariza's just are we just making all these crazy speculations way too early years we'll be thirty next year I guess yeah whatever thirty years ago whose county whose county I don't know I mean there's with start but that winter stretch last season there were many games where we drew that we probably should have one and you have a shot to stop this happening just just going to block that out just going to repress that game that or I'm going to go to the pub and had like ten beers the possession against wolves but Otamendi decided oh I'm GonNa try to tackle somebody widow pack up no support whatsoever trial tackle and Miss Laporta money kind of isn't like LaPorte was so vital to them now they have to start off two Mendi and he sucks he's really bad the entries they've had in the back line injuries dave had with Sante and so forth you know that's the only reason why they are where they are all of the the wrong time The time thing could be so so I I I'm not ready you know that's why it's a thirty eight game season that's why lasts I think if we just keep this pace we don't get injured I think that we this is obviously our best chance ever to win the primarily so while yeah probably ever really long because it is in the end a war war of attrition and you know we'll see you know we'll see what happens because we also have the scenario of I will not through but like Wanna one but like Dow's really about it yeah it wasn't well let's get since we're on the topic of Liverpool so since the last last week I guess but the week before Alaskans lesser was a game that historically going last season we would have gone but we managed to win that so teams going to be the most pivotal period because if all we had to do is just beat city last year and we would have won the primarily it comes down to those Goddamn Goldline crew. He's not good Manchester City he's the Mustapa Mattress love they broke one hundred points with Otamendi in their back line you yeah I don't really have much to do since ninety percent of the bantering offers out there you know who just have fun but cities injuries have hurt them yes season was we went like four games in a row just getting draw draw draw draw against Leicester Everton West Ham teams that we should self they're still like fucking thirty games so and and and like the people that are older I can watch privileged anymore it's over shut your fucking it's still ten still ate more than arsenal but like yeah but like you know I I am I'm curious to see to watch arsenal whenever they have clearance that was the most important things in history that was important was that Johnstone's batstone cells invoked ass Jones Ali beat that's what killed us so we just want one of those games but to me if we can just beat city we can win the as all like Oh yeah it's me games are patio quickey rapid fire we can go through these questions guys thank you again for hanging out there's been a lot of fun of course oh anytime all right so first question destiny I'm not going to say it but it feels like you know what I'm saying I'm kidding but was getting results but yeah we're because like that's great I love it doesn't matter you'll just irate travelers so high not because he's a great footballer just because he's ripped and he has pace it's like God damn it is but yeah that was pretty easy when he doesn't have the touch the ball at all he's the love Rhino Liverpool City had seventy six percent of ED BILL LEGENDS SEALING UP THE GAME Komo under independent was fuck it terrible Oh yeah neutral zone air I too so I agree cabinet fully agree with Kevin your new terrible belt got too but all right I wanna I wanNA explosives out we have a lot of great questions from our discord I want to say thank you guys again for coming on the troy good ripped he is so jacked for me Dagan is in my opinion the third best keeper right now in the world who while probably all black number they come from Brian Angelino he says what do you make of the keeper controversy with the German national team should be playing ahead of Noyer I think he yes you guys he's getting older and father time conquers all except for Tom Brady so he's getting slower he's got the couple broken foot Bernalillo yeah that's fair and the forwards are just getting faster so his a big part of his game was being sweeper keeper and with him slower and all the players great for young players but for older players like noyer I think it's hard to project your how good you are I yearn they've been so dominant in the bonus Lita I think he might have gotten soft from it okay chime in about this anyone Anyone Pro Noyer I love you I used twenty seven I do love Noyer many years you know and he's gotten saw from it I like I love him like he he's he's such a good keeper like if there was a hall of fame were at some point my thinking is that at some point you have to play the next in line is part of the strap atom a lot faster it's it's just not working anymore and he's giving up pretty bad goals because of it all right well I'm GonNa move on I love how he's the leader like on the pitch I think he's great and probably it fielder yeah I just think I think he with Byron in in in seven years they're run so But but I do think that I mean I I am Um I think actually uh noyer had one of his better seasons last year win because you think about it though when I talked about earlier about one of the teams that had to come back from us was that he's had injury problems and injuries yes engine and injuries but he the Bundesliga like Byron of had that rap for the last energy for the future for the international team or any team is like okay give her stake in a shot at a game against Albania or some weird country and just lent put him out there the season that help bring that help bring a Byron back to win the title and that was the probably the biggest challenge to I mean I all blacks insane fucking to stay in is also really good in third no to have maybe I don't know she's like thirty three easily Rinaldo age as a why exactly yeah which is true yeah week in the program so forty across the top leagues how long must we wait so this is honestly fantastic and even someone else I believe it ah we're you know had a string of clean sheets or Biron Through the winter into the spring late sexy Kay he says do you think the way players are being racially abused stopping us from having an openly gay player statistically there

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#1321, Immunoflora w/ Jared Ramirez, Mory Fontanez

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#1321, Immunoflora w/ Jared Ramirez, Mory Fontanez

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Flora I'm waiting for mine to come in the mail I ordered five more boxes to give away. You're going to be getting one of those Ronaldo You know how I like to do that with everyone on the staff to keep everybody. Healthy and strong, and on the second half of the show, we've got Maury Fontenay as a she is a purpose coach and the founder and CEO of the two to group. WE'RE GOING TO BE TALKING ABOUT DEALING WITH GENDER BIAS in corporate America that should be interesting, right? Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know I have my own ideas about that I think sometimes, women are more prejudice against other women then men are. So we're gonNA talk all about. I know I've experienced that myself. You know as I've moved through the years in my career, but it's always great to have Jared Ramirez on the show with us. As I said, he is the CEO of environmental data makers of Tariff Flora and a sponsor of one life radio and Vira. Medica. Is a natural health and wellness company that was founded in two thousand seven inspired by. Nature and in central health, they really do make premium the most amazing foundational products to support whole body nutrition and he'll people. So they can achieve their optimal health which is important to all of us especially now, you can visit them at environmental data, Dot Com and it's always great. Jared how you doing today I'm doing fantastic yourself yeah. I got a lot of energy. Can you tell? You, you always have a lot of energy. Do. I have a lot to take care of around this House I joke about it but I really do sing the song greenacres to stop myself from really losing it sometimes there's so much to do. For example, I, found a red in the filter of my pool this morning. So I know right I'm like, oh my gosh, really seriously but you know I got the bleach out played it up did what I had to do and call the Pool Guy. So that kind of stuff just happens and we and stuff in live just just happens to all of us and so we need to have a good attitude and we need to take care of our health and that starts with our God. Absolutely being at the top I feel of that list along with some good old fashioned sunshine. But I'm so excited truly excited that immune flora is here and I want to I, want our listeners to really understand what a great product this is. So let's talk about it but before that, I want to know what was the decision or why did you decide to create immune flora? What makes it so different from everything else? Great great question. So you know we really identified a need in the market for a natural supplement that comprehensively supported both arms of the immune system, the innate and the adaptive immune system. But more importantly, did so in a very robust way and you know behind that that it that it works right. So there needed to be a deep clinical substantiation behind it. and you know 'cause most of the most of the products in the market activate very specific components, immune system, but not necessarily a comprehensive format and then you know beyond that, there's typically. More or less week substantiation for how these products work and What the the biological benefits are. and. You know kind of a third layer to that is that we wanted to create something that was compatible with a very wide audience you know kids, adults, children, seniors was a very, it's a very flexible product. Very. Low a low doses required one small capsule day. So I, also that we could you know on that same vein that we could put it into a number of different formats, including kids, chewables, Comey's and things like that. Yeah. Yeah. Working on. We're working on that at this at this time. So the capsules are just the first product but yeah, those are the drivers behind it. Well, that's that's fantastic because I have to tell you as a mom of many years. Now, that's one of the things that I and my nieces and nephews like I'm always worried about them getting probiotics and there's not a lot of companies out there. That actually make probiotics specifically for children that I feel are really effective in work because you know you talk about the two arms of the immune system, the nate in the adaptive you. Know a lot of people don't understand probiotics that don't have a good science background and MOMS. Just you know MOMS trust and count on companies like yours and doctors and people out there in that field to guide them, you know to really guide them. So for someone out there listening for the first time, let's say it's a mom and she has no idea what the innate and the adaptive immune system are. Can you explain it to her? Sure. So the innate immune system is your first your first line of response. That's your first First Response The adaptive immune system is also referred to as your acquired immune system. So that's the immune system that's learned. Through exposure to different immune challenges could be a virus or bacteria things of that nature history kind of. Correct now. You know to that effect. You know you know the history in terms of how long your body remembers how to respond to certain immune challenges that can vary widely depending on the person and also depending on what the challenges. Yeah. Well, you know I mean it's difficult to navigate sometimes because there's so much science behind all this, and that's one of the things I love about being on the air with you is getting scientific about it. You know because I think that's really the best way to understand what it actually does when it enters into our body. But with this particular product, you got PDC's the Plasma Saito. I'm GONNA pronounce his hold on Pl- I practice before I went. Plasma side toyed Dan d- riddick cells are PDC's. How did they work and how do they help our immune systems excellent job getting that? So so we'll. We'll call him. PDC's for short term. Yes. That's how we refer to them. That's how referred to in the literature you know. Back your question about. Parents want to know what a mom's WanNa know that the question is, does it work right and how does it work You know to the fact of of does it work? The answer is, yes, I mean, this product is supported by twenty, five studies. Nine of those are human clinical trials and in terms of how it works that's very well defined in the in the scientific literature behind this product PDC's effectively if we if we think about them yoon system as a as an orchestra each member of that. Era is a different cell in the immune system, right? There needs to be a conductor of that orchestra and in in the context of the immune system The PD. See. Is that conductor. So they function as pivotal leaders of the immune system and they are. Most well, known. For their extraordinary ability to secrete high levels of a of a protein call. Well, they're proteins called interferons. I won't go down that that science rabbit hole but but that is to say that P., C.'s represent a very highly specialized cell type that provides an early response against immune challenges. And so what immune flora does that activates. These PDC's it primes them it primes them. Basically in effect it stimulates the body's immune defences, the natural immune defences that that are already there Well, you know. So you said you already said that immune floor was a daily supplement. Is there a best time of day take it like empty stomach with food evening you know morning what's the best time to take supplement like Amina floor? Again. You know so back. what I said earlier, we wanted something that was very flexible. could take a day or night empty stomach full stomach. It does not matter it works through its interaction with the gut immune system and It's very gentle gentle on the stomach it's not alive probiotic. So there's no you know adjustment period that's typical with probiotic products. Yeah. There's so much to know about this I know that none of your products need to be refrigerated, which is huge because. You know when you travel, you can throw this in. You know the immune floor I haven't received a I had the sample one but you know gave it to a friend of mine who's fighting cancer I had gone through about half of the bottle a couple of his like last week I gave it to her. So I'm waiting for mine to come in the mail and I'm super excited. They actually are in a package so that it's individual like you pop them out of the little tin foil. Slimy, thing, right. What do they call that? They're in little blister blister cards. There you go. Well, let's go to break because I have a ton more questions for you. Jared everyone. You're listening to radio and Jared Ramirez. He is the CEO of environmental. We will be right back. Get, a good feeling. Know. Know. It. Ain't. Happy. Day. One. Kicking what's Dot Com. You Talk. Jack Got Brandon. This point. I WANNA play. War With the needle in a haystack. Back. The Brown Fat Some Dan. Beam. Do that. took. Welcome back everybody you're listening to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davidson we are continuing on with Jared Ramirez he is the CEO of Environ Medica makers of Tariff Laura and A. Life Radio, we're talking about their new release of immune floor, which is an incredible product. I cannot wait to get mine in the Mail I. ordered it a couple of days ago I'm guessing it'll be here today and. I tried it a couple of weeks ago and I really couldn't tell a difference. Jared. You know I really could because. You know I'm out and about a lot even though I try not to be I'm very busy girl and so you know Aiko through these little periods and everyone out there does listening to where you just feel you have days where you feel a little green around the gills. Do you know what I'm talking about exactly what you're talking about? Yeah. Yeah and especially. Okay. So like this weekend you know, I drank a whole bottle of wine on Saturday night. Like I don't know how I did but I did it was really good wine but I didn't feel so good the next day you know and I think we all have days like that or maybe I yet and I think I ate pizza two days in a row too I mean I lost my mind literally starting Friday afternoon or Friday night. But we all do stuff like that, and so it's important. You know the message I'm trying to get out is everyone does that from time to time and you do feel a little off and so it's important as get right back in the game and start. Getting back on your supplements, drinking lots of water being more cognizant of what you put in your mouth and what you drink and all those things because our immune system is important and so one of the things that I want to ask you though is it possible to over activate our immune system by taking too many supplements. at least in the context of Immune Flora you know what we're talking about is is stimulating the body's natural senses to quote Unquote Helpful Levels Right you know I I wouldn't process to be an expert on every immune supplement you know worldwide I think that they're you know there's definitely going to be some supplements out there that could potentially over stimulate them you system so that I think that's why it is important to to choose the supplement that does have a a good base of clinical substantiation behind it well, and you said earlier in the broadcast about that you don't need to take, you actually need to take a small amount of immune flora is that it. It's just the nature of of how it works right it doesn't require because because of how it works it's a an immune modulator, right? So it. It's IT works at a small dose. That's how it was tested in the clinical studies and obviously the the lower the dose that you can. You can show efficacy with the better it's to be for that user. Well. Okay. So Replaced probiotics or is it? It's just an addition to it's a nice enhancement. Sure. So immune flora contains what are called Para probiotics which is inactivated. So in this case there he killed So it's not a probiotic itself and It wouldn't have any bearing on on you discontinuing a probiotic because that's what you're currently taking. Goal, I take deep immune that's what I take, and sometimes I take the women's Daily. With it just I don't WanNa, get too personal on the air but sometimes. I need the UT support. And a lot of women do by the way and some women are more prone I think to ut is and some are not. A because of a lot of different factors some of it is even just genetic, but but So Immune Flora doesn't replace PROB- probably addict. So in your opinion, are there supplements that every adult should take on a daily basis? So I'm very concerned, I'm actually quite conservative when it comes to making those those statements right you know some stuff that should be taken on a daily basis. Typically I'm a you know point towards food based supplements, based products. If that's the case I think that you know immune for could. Definitely. A a very strong inclusion as a daily supplement because it's it's a very low cost for per day in terms of an individual user it's it's very robust in terms of the immune support that it delivers and in in the clinical studies have been conducted. There is some suggestive information that shows long term benefits cumulative in some regards. Well, I know you're the wind story. Okay and the pizza story was relevant and here's why because when you do stuff like that and you get out of your regular routine and you start to feel bad. So the first thing I did last night I was like, oh my gosh, I need to take because you get out of the habit of taking your supplements. Wasn't taking my vitamin D in my vitamin C. Like I'm so adamant about Monday, through Friday on the weekends kind of relax and that goes with forgetting my supplements. But as soon as I took the two took too deep immune last night just to give myself an extra boost because I'm not one of those people that ever learned what the word sparingly means. It comes to stuff like that. Yeah Yeah. So I was like well to Scott to be better than one because I was feeling just kinda crappy and sure enough you know and I went to bed I got a pretty good night's sleep and I feel like a new person today. So I one hundred percent believe in probiotics and I have for many many years because there's so many things in our environment that strips away are good bacteria and one of them is. Six and antibiotics are even on foods that you don't even suspect anymore like. You know they spray antibiotics on oranges. Now to control this, the bug population I believe it might just be the oranges in. Florida. But unless you're buying organic, you don't know if you're ingesting antibiotics and so you really do have to take care of your gut health at least in my opinion and that means daily. So well. Again, you know you and I have discussed before seventy to eighty percent of the immune system resides in a gun right if you not. Taking, care of your Gut and the health of your gut you there is I don't see any plausible way that you can have an immune system that's going to respond the way that you need it to. Well let me this one I think one of the most important questions I want to ask you about I mean a flora and I it can. It really help build immunity for those headed back to an office setting after Cova Quarantine or back to school like my daughter because there's you know the the ingredient Senate really support a healthy lung tissue right or immune house with the long. Correct. So it supports respiratory health that that is covered in the clinical literature for the product However, there are some direct randomized human trials that have been conducted in actually both settings that you're talking about one with school aged children. in terms of symptom and incidents of influenza and colts and then another in office workers showing that reduced absenteeism among office office workers. So you know absolutely I think you know they're. The the thing that I always want to convey to people that you know. Making sure that your body and your immune system is ready to rise to the occasion whenever that occasion maybe is critically important and even more. So now than ever I think it's brought it into an acute focus for everybody. So you know making sure that you're taking appropriate steps to do that. For you your loved ones, and your children is well advised I love that you can give the children and I want to share this with all the moms out there listening especially, the new moms that are may be breastfeeding and you might want to close your ears, jared. I'm going to be very transparent here I used to take capsules. Feeding I don't even remember the name of the brand, but it was you know probiotics and I would. When I was breastfeeding I, put it on my breasts. Holes so that my baby. I didn't do it with my first one because I didn't know enough about it. But my second one for sure she's sixteen now. But that's a good way for kids to get probiotics to especially little ones that can't swallow a capsule. That's a great idea. Right? I'm a bio hacker from back sixteen years. So so I when I say kids I say. The studies have been done in kids as young as to. beyond that if they're if they're exclusively Nursing. That's an area you. You'd WanNa talk to your practitioner right? So and obviously I gotta put my You know legal hat on for a second just make that as a broad abroad disclaimer You. Know should should your practitioner your professional You know deem it you know appropriate for you A. Absolutely my my wife did the same thing when she was nursing with bolts. Children so We'll see I I thought I was so clever coming up with us the other women you know it because we do need to share information like that mothers young mothers especially, my first baby I didn't know any better. I didn't have a lot of success breastfeeding my first time I think I went back to work too soon. But we all make mistakes as we get through this thing called life You know anything else she wants to know about Immuno Flora. I. Think we covered quite a bit I just you know there's there's a lot of immune supplements out on the market I. There are especially now. Amidst the current pandemic I think that you know it's a lot of marketers and and the like out of the woodwork. A lot of very bold claims about products right and. Because of the. Newness of some of these, these marketers claims that are being made our first off wildly outside of FDA allowable. You know rules. But beyond that, you know the question is, where's the clinical substantiation and what exactly is being claimed when somebody says, it supports the immune system. I think the important thing to to make because again, lots and lots of different cells in the system, and there's without actually understanding how it works the mode of Action you know it's it's tough to know what exactly it's doing. And what about if you already have an autoimmune condition I'm looking at your website which by the way, it's full of a ton of information about so many great things. I encourage everyone to check out and BIOMEDICA DOT COM So what about if you have an autoimmune condition? So. You know again, going back to to you know strictly speaking terms here is that there have been no studies that have been conducted directly on patients. With autoimmune. Conditions. and. So to that end, you do want to work with your health health care practitioner to to ascertain whether or not. It's appropriate. however in in healthy human candidates and healthy human patients there has been no abnormal rise in immune system sell presence that would otherwise suggest that it. It could be an issue, right? So so that's that's basically all we can say about it right now. Well, yeah anecdotally speaking I have had an autoimmune disorder for years on and off what I keep it at bay you know on the last time my body attacked itself was UV Itis I woke up one morning I'm jared about I don't know about fourteen years ago and I had gone blind in my in my right eye. And it was very scary. Yeah. I had retina my my retina was bleeding and anyway they put me on steroids and brought the bleeding down. But that was the last time my body kind of attacked by itself before that multiple miscarriages. Autoimmune disorders come out in many different ways, Eczema all kinds of things and I think the key is just keeping your immune system strong with products like tariff Laura. Deep, immune and woman's Daily and and also you know you're magnesium cream that I use it night I just read something. In fact, let me pull it here. I you'll find this interesting. This came out of the epoch times, but it's the five best worst anti-aging substances. Did you know that one of the best anti-aging substances as Melatonin anti-stress properties as well as its effects on the immune system have well been research for their anti-aging effects and I won't go on reading anymore. But that's one of the key ingredients in your your what's the name of the product that you put on it and my bedside? Ancient Minerals. Good night. There you go. Yeah. I love that stuff but I didn't know that Melatonin was anti-aging Andy stressing go get to in same bottle right? Absolutely does a does a lot of different things. It's one of those again master you know. Master molecules in. The body. Always great to talk with you and and it was great having on the show. But hope hope I didn't talk too much. Not Not at all. I always enjoy always enjoyed chatting with you and again, thanks for having me on. All Right Jared Ramirez, you guys CEO, by wrote Medica makers of Tariff Laura and the sponsor of one life radio. They've just introduced immune flora I encourage you to go to environmental dot com and check it out. I'm waiting for my boxes today. So we're going to go to break I've got Mary Fontenay's coming up. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT DEALING WITH GENDER BIAS in corporate, America stay tuned. You're listening to one life radio. August. Say. This being accused. I. Love Rinaldo Davis is so good on the music everyone. Welcome back to one life radio. We are live in Dallas Texas on Iheartmedia as well as. In Sunny Southern California I have a first time guest on the show today Maury Fontenay says she is a purpose coach in a founder and CEO of eight to two group designing intuitive organizations in cultivating purposeful leaders. Previously, the Managing Director of strategy at a global PR company Maury uses both her corporate strategy and intuitive skills to coach executives and individuals, and aligning their business with their higher purpose. I like that. More he's work has been written up and business insider conscious company doing good business Cayo daily and more. Their website is eight to two dot com such an honor Maury doing today. Welcome to one life radio. Great. Thank you so much for having me. Well, this is an interesting group and it's our pleasure by the way dealing a an interesting topic I should say dealing with gender bias in corporate America. So. You know my first question is you know the twenty, one, thousand, nine women in the workplace study found that one in four women believed that their gender played a role and missing out on a raise or promotion. So why are women still being destroyed? Just first of all is that true or is it perception? Do you believe and why are woman perhaps still being discriminated against and corporate? America what are your thoughts? Yeah I mean I'm a lover of data. So I think there's lots of studies out here. That proved that that is still unfortunately true which maybe surprising to a lot of people because we've made some significant strides absolutely but there's still some areas where there's work to do. So I do believe that those studies are accurate and I really think that the reason that we're still in this place is because of our conditioning as people. We have been taught for a very long time through storylines through media through things we see and hear that leadership characteristics that are valued are masculine You know there's a hero narrative that we've all bought into. That gets again kind of really framed for us through the things we watch and we consume, and so because leadership is seen as masculine still even UN women buy into the narrative that you have to have certain. Behaviors, characteristics and strength that maybe for some of us is not naturally who we are and so I think women to we don't lean into our natural instinctual leadership style sometimes because we want to be something else that we've told is more valuable and because of that unconscious bias, we allow ourselves to be held back and you know decision makers continue to reward behaviors that have been traditionally pointed out as valuable leadership behavior. Yeah. Wow, you'd. said a mouthful I've got so many thoughts that I can't even get them all out. I can't even think about what I want to say truthfully because this is something that really I've employed a lot of women I've employed a lot of men and Gosh I. There's some things that I really want to say, but I'm afraid to say I'm I'll get a ton of emails but you know I think from my perspective men complain less. That's I'm being very. Transparent hair in my and and my experience women complain more than Undo and sometimes that makes it much easier to manage them when you're managing people or expecting them to really do their job. Well, I mean women unfortunately, you said the the masculine or the hero women are feminine and I don't think some of us. We can't help that and there's nothing wrong with that being feminine has so many wonderful. What I say attributes are wonderful. It's wonderful to be a woman and none of us should be ashamed of being women or try to stop ourselves from being women. I think that women can be great leaders and I think they can do it with more compassion than men, and so we do have that advantage but you know I, think some of the gender bias is that I've seen personally throughout my career are some of them are mainly mainly but a lot of them have been from other women as well. Maybe sometimes even more have you ever experienced that. I do experience and it's interesting to actually just to get to your point about women complaining less I actually would refrain that I. Don't think that you know that experience of yours is wrong. It's your experience however I. Think looking at it from the perception of how empowered are the men or how in power do they feel to just make change or do things the way they want where women still have to ask for permission and that can be. Seen as complaining but I think that there is an entitlement that men have and have been handed. Through society that they can just do and women really feel like they have to and I don't want to generalize I don't even know what you know that I think we still are stuck in this contract we have to ask for permission. So therefore, we have to explain it and that can come out as a complaint and I think when I consult women leaders, that's the one thing I say is. That, you're not in a leadership role to ask for permission and you don't need to explain your leadership you need to stand in your power and I think that's something as women that we absolutely need to learn and I think that you're right. Sometimes our biases against each other work against us and our and our growth, and I think that that goes back to the way we've been conditioned and not all women. Are Compassionate leaders. They're not women that aren't naturally compassionate run into problems because there is a perception that because you're female, you have to be softer nursing compassionate. Well, that's not who you are. Should you try to pretend like you are right so there's this inauthentic I. Think we face either way that is an obstacle for us. Yeah I mean I'm very compassionate. person just in general I mean I always have been but I'd like to get the job done to and when it comes to work like people to take their job really serious. Does that make me? You know people you know the word I'm going to go to you know it's like if a if a woman behaves like a man, then she's a you know what you know everybody says it right that's gotta go away because a woman has a right as you said to be a leader and to exercise her strongest character and talents that she has and there's there's just a lot of. I don't know just a lot of mess around the subject of of gender bias in corporate America absolutely, and I think that you know having honest conversations is first way out of the meth. and I know you said you know there's things you were going to say you're going to get a lot of emails but that's how it's gotTa start because if we keep. Putting our head under the sand and pretending like it's okay. It's never. GonNa Change. So I think the uncomfortable conversations or where that. Yeah I was reading actually was the enemy this morning. I. Warning by Ryan holiday and I just happened to fall onto the chapter about maintain your sobriety and it was about Angela Merkel is the anti thesis of nearly every assumption we make about a head of state especially German one she is playing she is modest she cares little presentation or flash. She gives no fiery speeches. She has no interest in expansion or domination mostly she is quiet and reserved, and it goes on to say a lot more about her but she stoic she smart you know and. And people don't like that either and women they're like Oh. You know they expect us to be STOIC. They expect to be modest expect us to be beautiful and sexy and all these things and I just wish that that that men especially with just accept every woman for who she is and look at the good in her and not pick her apart. Well. That's only going to happen after we accept ourselves. I. Yeah, and I think that got the most powerful place to start. I think we explain ourselves too much. We asked like I said for forgiveness too much and we don't accept our own natural abilities, and until we start standing in that power as I say and really owning it it's really hard to expect to see it. I love having this conversation I don't think I've ever had this conversation on the air with anyone and it's quite refreshing. Let me ask yet. No I love and loving this I really love your energy to Maury. It's great to have you on the show with us. So should a woman accept any amount of bias or discrimination in the workplace if they want to get ahead Well No but understand the terrain you're operating in. Yes. and I think that those are two very different things I. Think you have to have your Eyes Wide Open and look at your environment and understand what works for you and against you in that environment so that you can change it. accepting it I think means you see it and you just give up you think that that's just the way that it's going to have to be. So No, I don't think you have to accept the bias but I think you need to have your eyes wide open to it and then find deliberate ways that are authentic to you for changing whether that's calling it out in a collaborative way whether that's really focusing on your own abilities and honing them and just focusing on you know doing the job well. You are but focusing on the change is I think the best way to deal with bias in the environment and not have to accept it because accepting it creates resentment and then we can't be our best selves I'm loving this conversation and I might add and no excuses. I don't like excuses I like to get the job done and do it well. More coming up you guys. It's been great. We're GONNA continue on with Maury Fontenay is that how you pronounce your name is at Fontana Fontana Zonta Fontana? It's okay. All right. We'll be back with more of You On one life radio talking about dealing with gender bias in corporate America. Stay tuned everyone you're listening to one life radio. Oh Out of. Fruit. Look. and. Hi Welcome back everyone you're listening to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Ronaldo Davis and we are continuing on with Maury Fonterra's she is a purpose coach and the founder and CEO of eighty-two Group designing intuitive organizations and cultivating purposeful leaders more uses both her corporate strategy and intuitive skills to coach executives and individuals and aligning their businesses with their higher purpose. You can find her at eight to two group, dot com that's eight to two group DOT COM. We're talking today about dealing with gender biases and Corporate America. So let's continue this conversation Maury. Are you ready? All? Right. Well. As a woman of color, can you tell us about any instances where you've personally experienced gender or race bias? Oh my God where do I start? Yeah. I definitely experienced it a lot. I. Think you know one of the Most, common things I hear from women in Corporate America that I experienced was being called overly aggressive I worked in a you know global firm, which is very competitive to head and anytime I had an idea that I felt strongly about that I had to push people really hard on. I would always get feedback that I was overly aggressive and it was really clear to me that the men around me. Never ever got that feedback. So I think broadly, that's one example. Another is just even now You know when I'm in consulting situations I, sometimes work with other consultants and I will have you know CEO's hear me out here my perspective and then turn to the man on the call and make sure that what I'm saying is right and I've been so lucky because I've had some really great partnerships where. The, you know the dental men will say, I. Really. Think you need to listen to what more he's telling you right now she has twenty years of experience and crisis management, for example, and they will continue to double check with the man on the call. So I face it even today twenty years then to at running my own business and you know I I've grown and I don't let it trigger me any. Longer but it's very prevalent absolutely well, and I know for myself my own experience I'm being the devil's advocate here because when I get an opinion where we're sitting having a round table discussion, you know but I don't think that's the particular instance that you're talking about. But I like to get everyone's opinion before I make my decision, I like to hear what everyone has to say most often and so. I don't know and maybe it's a you know and it's difficult to be a woman in business it is you over sensitive I mean, I've done work that that have never got ricky recognition for because I'm not a man and they don't WanNa hear about it. Even some I'm Gonna I'M GONNA. Call Out The Dallas Business Journal you know I won't go into the story, but you know there's just so much. Adulation for men and not women when behind the scenes, women do a lot of incredible work and they are the ones that should be getting the credit I mean it's been going on since the beginning of time I don't know quite why it hasn't. We haven't evolved more to try to overcome this obstacle, but it still exists but. I do believe that there are extreme benefits to having a diverse workforce and I know that you too. Can we talk about how diversity and Korge encourages growth in a company? Absolutely I mean, I've been working with a Lotta organizations especially based on what we're facing the country right now you know as we look at race. And helping organizations think about what they want to do around diversity and and the one thing I always tell them. I want you to equate the word diversity with innovation diversity just means that you are able to open the stream of innovation and expanded a number of channels because you have people with different experiences and backgrounds and ways of thinking contributing to what you as a company are doing. And so I really think it's important as we talk diversity and inclusion in order not to make that a silo of you know some work that's happening on the side and to understand how integral it into the company to start thinking about it as innovation Well, I know you're familiar with the book the feminine. Mystique by I believe it's Betty Friedman of you've ever it's a fascinating book and all the things that we deal with as women I'm but but how companies working to become more diverse please tell me that they are. In your circle ranges I, see that there's a response right now and I think there's a spectrum and I think one of the spectrum the response from corporations is to do something to show that they get it and that they need to respond to what's happening in the climate today and that's really great. But sometimes, those are very shallow check the box effort right and it'll be, let's hire someone or let's name a chief. Diversity Officer as the spectrum goes into really being effective I'm loving some of the trainings I'm seeing that are mandatory like I said in the beginning we all have unconscious bias and I think unconscious bias is really important. The other one I'm seeing is just organizations really hosting open conversations where everyone gets to talk about what it feels like to work better. What decision making looks like what collaboration looks like bringing in good facilitators. We do this a we says a lot of sessions where we just help people align on their goal and I think that having that kind of conversation around diversity is really important. What are you trying to accomplish really, and then I think lastly what I'm really seeing is you know on the all the way on the other end of the spectrum is you know companies really making commitments that are meaningful and that range across everything. They do that they don't take diversity and inclusion, and they just put it like I said in a silo but that they're very thoughtful about across every single department and product that we create and that we have, how were we going to increase diversity every single day and that kind of consistency and focus and dedication to it is the kind of thing that gets me really excited to see that there's actually change happening in this. Subject. Well, that's what changes what came to. That was the word that was that was in my mind I was listening to you speak and and that is what's going to create this change a little little tiny steps, every single day inconsistency and just keeping. An open mind about the diversity and the greatness that women bring into the into. Corporate America. So we've only got about a minute. What advice do you have for women wanting leadership roles in today's corporate environment? I think you have to get to know yourself really well and really understand what your strengths are and owned them and don't try to be something that somebody else has told you is what success looks like but really become in relationship with your strength and lead with those things and truly be yourself and anyone the problem with you is there it really is not for to solve for them. Oh. I love that I. Love that. What a great what a great way to end. This show and your and your segments on my radio. Thank you so much more. It's a pleasure really a pleasure to get to know you. It was wonderful speaking with you. Thanks for having me again. Absolutely. My pleasure we'll talk again sometime soon everyone. Thank you so much for listening. I, always enjoy doing the show and I hope you have a great day embrace it. You'RE NOT GONNA get it back because you get one body you get one mind and you get one life you are not going to stay back. So make the most of it.

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"I'll Lowry was diving for a ball to seats over this idiot. In the blue shirt reached over put his hands on me for no reason. I think the one year ban and the additional crying as appropriate a lot more than five would have been having to call the behavioral, I apart own of the Golden State Warriors, absolutely unacceptable. He's offering him like a lime in his drink. It's the Friday for here on out side, the lines where it is national Donut day, which is why we have this wonderful happy Donut and that great budget cuts man on talking more. You know if feels like the week, where sports was turned upside down, why look at our big story. And the final is underway in the biggest name in the game right now is Mark Stevens that all the wrong reasons whereas investor they in one year from the NBA and find five hundred grand for shoving and cursing. Kyle Lowry and game three Adam silver take it away. I did not. Year on year van was in keeping with what we saw on the court together, fine, actually. Artha values of the one of the values giving his and forgiveness comes if someone is appropriately, contrite somebody's appropriately apologetic, and takes responsibility or about. Okay. Forgiveness is the note they're striking. But I wonder why do you think is important story we're not? I think that Adam silver is going to regret what he said. And this is the man remember who ban Don sterling for life, so by the NBA, and that someone who didn't put his hands on a player while he was trying to steady himself. This is a guy that was not a pushed aside by lower when he was diving for that ball. He was several seats away. He decided to insert himself into the situation. Listen, I'm with snoop Dogg on this one. When he said on I take that he needed a couple more zeros onto that fine five hundred thousand dollars for someone who is a billionaire. Look, if your net worth is a mill. Dollars. This is like a two hundred dollar fine. This is nothing for him more over the by the NBA zone precedent of banning people for one year two years. This really does fail the bar. I don't think it's too lenient I think silvers right here, I think this is appropriately stiff, I think a year way from the game for obviously takes a lot of pride. And a lot of his sense of identity from an ownership drought microphone, the sign maybe. I caught ship in this team. I really think. You know what he did was wrong. It was unconscionable. He's being punished for it a year, five hundred thousand dollars, regardless of his wealth. I'm okay with that. I agree with Michele five hundred thousand dollars is a speeding ticket for this guy. He's worth three billion dollars what he did was an conscionable act on the game's biggest stage and there have to be consequences for that. Lebron James all the other players rallied around Kyle Lowry, rightfully so. And I think lifetime ban would be appropriate. Absolutely. In this case certainly more than a year. There's a big difference between one year and it's a suspension, by the way, not a ban. Some of the language here is also troubling. He's called an investor. In fact, he's a part owner. They let's, let's put it on the table. He's a part owner. He's not an investor. It's not a one year ban. It's a one year suspension. I feel a lifetime ban, and if they actually do force him to divest. Himself from his shares in the team, he stands to make four hundred and fifty percent on his money, leaving the team is not worth three point five billion dollars when he invested. Right. Like I don't think this is comparable to what Donald sterling said, in those tapes will people might say it's worse because it's actually a physical. Let me say this. Oh, and this is why many ways, I think it's an important story, first of all, when you talk about forgiveness tell that to the guy in Utah who made the comments against Russell Westbrook. And for many people, rightly so was banned for life to me. One of the big things this points out, is the nature of inequality in some of this, because where I look at it that guy was banned for life. This guy was put up for your and not only that the handling was different of this, I it was well, he's not going to attend the finals because their investigations, what does that mean he's going to sit on his yacht and watch the game? But in there for the rest of the finals. And then when they come back, it seems like so much of it is talking about forgiveness. This man was contrite all of that stuff. I mean to pay how Kyle Reese foundation money, right? Way of getting out of what does that tell you in so many ways? But I look at what versus the rank and file of what if they were well what about in owner versus a player, right? I mean, I think that player would be considered ban. They would be a consideration of ban that player, but we've had situations like that where players have gotten physical with fan. Fans with journalists. And as far as I remember, none of them has been banned for life, Charles Barkley, the spitting, incident obvious. I don't know if you've got more than a couple of games spent, I think that is Rodman kicking the cancer point. But that was that was also. Right. And that was also a very different when this Kyle Lowry Bush on saying, but we're going to talk about how we treat owners in this guy is an owner versus fans versus players and we can look at incidents with players. But the but the perception among some fans is that the rules are different. If you're an owner than if you are a fan of it exactly that way this guy has this penalty. The Utah fan does not defending that person because what he did was that courtside again. They should give his seeds to someone who can't afford those. All right. I take let us move to the deals of the week. We're not just saying deal, we're saying deals, why. Because Craig kimbrel Dow's kaikal. We'll now they have finally signed the two remaining. Big time free agents with wouldn't call them. Deals three year. Forty million for kimbrel. One year thirteen million pro rated for kaikal guys. What do you think about this? Not only as a story, but as sort of these guys held out all this time, and this is what they end up. Yeah. Obviously they played dangerous game here and they lost and. In the offseason, we were talking here, a lot of that whether there was collusion, whether that was what was going on. And then we saw a few gigantic contracts, and we said, we'll nothing to see and we kind of moved on people forgot about kaikal and kimbrel. Or a lot of people did not everybody in the fact that this is what they're getting. I think it's a long way to go from this and say, there was collusion. I think there's kind of a group mind thing now in baseball, it's changing, and it's above the way that people consider deals, it, although it structured in such a way that players typically get paid for past performance. Now with analytics advanced metrics say we're paying for future not passing that's working to the disadvantage. Specially the situation these two guys. What if you've done for me lately, listen, I'm based in Chicago, and people are loving this, they needed to strengthen that bullpen the cubs were under a lot of criticism in the offseason, for really not spending any kind of money, the question now is how long is it really going to take a guy like kimbrel to adjust? It's a six month layoff. Two or three months. I one of the players look at this and say, we got a really work on the next CBA because we're not liking what we see that remains to be seen years is a long time. Yeah. But still, I mean these guys. Anyway, let's go to walk off the week. So just take a look at this. How about that? A walk off RBI single for UCLA to take the title for since two thousand ten guys you see that moment, would he make? It's just it's amazing. Women sports has come so far and these kinds of events. I mean, this has been really some of the most exciting highlights we've seen all summer and it's much must watch TV for sure you need. Big moments. Right. You know, when you're trying to grant market share in there, a lot of competence eyeballs you need moments, it's not enough. Sometimes have a great sport to have a great athlete. You've got to have dramatic big moments and it takes you back, the brandy Chastain twenty years ago. This is huge. I think yeah, absolutely. Big moment, and congrats UCLA coming up two of the biggest names in sports are embroiled in sexual assault scandals did anybody notice and the Goshi Roger Goodell style. And like this under reported coming up. The sweet science of Goodell's negotiating. Ganging up on. Welcome back. And let's talk under reported stories and let's start off with a big one that is a little bit. Like it's not getting the attention of deserve. Both Rinaldo end name are facing rape allegations. Rinaldo in federal he's facing federal civil case and criminal case. It's still open neymar spent two hours just today talking to investigators about potential cybercrime that he committed. That's related to a rape allegation. Guys for me. What is amazing about this story is why isn't it a bigger story had something like this? We're talking about two of the top five biggest names in sports in this on this planet, but not in this and it's really just flying onto the right. I mean it's lying under the radar the right. Because you know as big as they are globally. People don't Cristiano Renaldo. Is he name are they don't play here and have never played here, otherwise he'd be bigger deal? I think it's a big deal for a company like Nike. That's so invested in soccer internationally. And I think that's how sort of people in this country will see the story through the prism of how does it affect Nike's business? Because for all intensive purposes Nike's bigger name, quite Frank. Than either of those two in this country. And we've also had the unfortunate circumstance that there's been some misreported in the Renaldo case, the case was actually moved over the civil case over the federal court, if there was some headlines some stories that have been dropped against all by the woman who who brought that suit as much more serious in federal court now. And it has to do with trying to get Rinaldo to the United States face those even when it is reported and it's not been reported nearly enough. It's been misreported here in this country and Brazilian president apparently as pick sides in the name name, our case. At least he tweeted a picture of himself with neymar as neymar is working his way through the judicial system in Brazil. We'll see how fair shake he does or doesn't get. I'm glad you brought that up. Imagine again, if that happened with a major athlete here in America, we would be talking about it for months, and yet, it's barely made a blip on the radar. Okay. Roger goodell. So Roger Goodell, this week was at the gym Kelly charity, golf tournament in buffalo. He again, laid a lot of chips on the table. For only two preseason games not for as we all know this is nothing more than him signaling. I believe to the owners in particular that yes he's doing everything possible to get eighteen regular season games as we know the owners and the players are now having negotiations with the goal of actually the NFL wants a CBA by September, first of this year, which is probably not likely, but really, what's happening here, the importance of this, it was under reported, I believe, is, it's Fidel, signalling to the Jerry Jones of the world to his constituents. I'm doing everything I can to not to preseason games out to get you eighteen games because if there is an eighteen game regular season. It's far more revenue for the league. I don't know how the players know the players are not for it. The only way they'll do anything is if in fact, a lot of money is moved to their side, by the owners, and I don't think that's happening. But it's very interesting that still this is what the owners want their insisting eighteen regular season games. And that's when everybody you hear Roger he'll talk about fewer preseason games. It's only about the regular sees. I'm gonna take the other side of this coin. Don, I think this is an over reported story because I feel like the NFL and Roger Goodell in particular have been pushing for an eighteen game season. Now for what ten years, certainly since the last CBA, I don't feel like there's no appetite for on the part of the NFL PA, and I don't know how, how realistic how much teeth or really is behind it other than a bargaining chip that comes up every time the contract is up putting it out there, but as bargaining chip. And that's about and mostly for the owners. I believe the owners inefficacious tennis anyone is anyone look I just think we've grown so accustomed almost desensitized to the excellence. We've seen from three players in particular in this last generation in tennis that were in Adel joke, which I mean we're talking about guys in their thirties. They're arguably the three greatest players of all time, their careers, overlapping, this fashion for as long as they have is so remarkable, and we don't give it enough credit. The fact that these guys. Their ages are all in the semi finals of the French Open on the Dow today. Joke. Vich behind now in the third set of his match and the most remarkable statistic. Chris Claire the New York Times tweet this the other day. There is only one male player in the world, under the age of twenty nine with so much been in a grand slam final in his career serious. Serious loud that Tommy, exactly what you said about Rinaldo in neymar if these guys were Americans remember, blog McEnroe had won all their majors by the age of twenty five. That's how I have to say. That's why are you go? Chris rock the mice. Jared finished. All right. Let's hawking bold move of week. I want you to look at this and we'll tell you about it from a minor league game yard for yard goes Trenton thunder. No hitter going. Okay. And you saw what just happened? Can we roll that again? Minor league game to me to see that again afterwards. By the way, little skirmish now again combined. No hitter going is the fourth guy a fourth reliever on the four person on the mound there. They were trying to get no hitter. Guiding Trenton lays down a bunt and gets to base. Saturday. That's great the unknown, I think we're at side on this. Yeah. When you're okay with it or not, do you want them to win like has an opposing manager ever said, hey, everybody lay down your bats. Let's, let's let the pitcher cabbage have his moment. Wii her funny, can I think another tone, I get on written rule part of it, but it's a combined no hitter. Well, it was a one pitcher no hitter. I feel a little bit, every, here's either way if it's buying find over there. Why are you Herzog? He used to say look, guys, would bunt when they had six run lead in the ninth eighth. I'll tell my guys to stop trying. They tell their guys to stop trying. That's baseball. And the fact that the benches were cleared over this. You know it's still you said it's a skirmish it was only a skirmish but still for them to be that upset you play to win. There have been awards that the Buntar Matt key was facing some death threats, that's coming from some period, you know, hopefully, that is not the case tonight. True. When we come back when getting trademark goes wrong, even for the NFL's invincible man, and we remember one of the heroes of d day, the good guys and the bad guys coming up. Big coming up in the NBA. We've got game for the NBA finals of oracle arena tonight on ABC and ESPN app. The rappers up two games to one. Our coverage starts with end the countdown eight thirty eastern five thirty persisting and sportscenter at six eastern after PTI with Kevin Bristol and say, we're gonna preview game for the NBA finals. Plus, how Carson Wentz is new deal impacts Prescott and the best comments from UFC two thirty eight press conference there's going to be a lot of good ones. Sportscenter after ESPN and ESPN app. All right. Let us talk villains, and Jeremy has a very interesting one. Yes. It was a shocking upset at Madison Square Garden last week, Anthony, Joshua, the undefeated, British heavyweight champion twenty nine years old getting beaten up by Andy Reid who was a last month substitute in this fight. But here's my problem afterwards. A lot of people, including Deontay wilder WBZ title holder, took it upon themselves, to say this proves Anthony, Joshua's a bum that he was overrated to begin with that he did not deserve the statuary held in particular flits, just slow down a second and remember that boxing, hardest sport it requires the don't roll. You're on. Flyers. Boxing, is the. The call the guy of bum because he loses one fight in its career is ridiculous. If you're the ten best pitcher in the major leagues or the twentieth best pitcher people say you're great. You're an all star, you're making fifteen million dollars a year. If you're the fifth, best heavyweight in the world, which may very well be now we get to call him a tomato care, and this is the nature of box number one and number two. Yeah. People are upset because he looked past his opponent. It feels that way to so many people watching that fight seeing what happened watching the optics. This was a guy who was supposed to be one of the next great heavyweight fighters. And he drops this fight. All right. Those are all this, this fighter this guy to a lot of all right? Maybe maybe them. No. You're willing to change my mind change. I'm not rigid. So much of this is because of who he lost to write a lot of Joshua's way beat him. Yeah. If nobody's gonna dispute now that he's so one of the top ten heavyweights in the world. He's not a stiff. Oh, he lost. You haven't changed your opinion. Die on that hill. Let's talk another villain. And I will leave it to everyone out there, watching to decide whether you think this villain or not. Let's, let's talk about Tom Brady. Okay. So Tom Brady applied for trademark this week. The Tom terrific trademark. Why did he apply for it? Well. I I'm gonna let you hear him explain what he did. It's unfortunate. I've actually trying to do something because I didn't like the nickname, and I wanna to make sure no one used it because some people wanted to use it. So. Trying to keep people from using it, and then it got spun around to something different than it was. So. Good lesson learned and try to do things a little different in the future. I don't like the nickname. So I'm going to buy it. So other people can't use it, which trademark squatting, which doesn't really work on the long-term. But more than that. Why not just not use the name? And also it belongs to Tom Seaver. And then from is he doesn't like the name. Well it belongs to one of the great pitching heroes of mine, and one of the great legends in baseball history. This is so tin eared by Tom Brady, first of all to initially tried to trademark name that he says he doesn't like, but then this explanation he made. Yes, it is unfortunate. And the whole thing is just horrible the way he described it. And yes, it's unfortunate time. I agree with his name, then he should tell the patriots broadcast stop using it because they. Right. And you know, on the radio, yes, that's where for the most, he knows some people that can get done. It task is one. Tom terrific. Absolutely. Thomas Seaver forever in perpetuity that will never change. Tom Brady, just lay off. Why would you do this? Why would you pick them? It's almost like he's trolling New York. That's how I. Satire. Oh, you're telling me doesn't even care. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I, I think potentially someone on the business side of his team was like, hey, let's do this. We can capitalize on it gets a new business. All right, let let's rehab New York a little bit, Michelle. You lead a heroes. Oh, yeah. I mean there's been so much coverage this week of d day. Right. And when you hear the stories of people who stormed the beaches at Normandy, is beyond inspiring, and amazing to hear to this day and Yogi Berra's going to be my hero because he was eighteen and he was playing for gang keys affiliate Norfolk Virginia and he knew his country needed him. And he went out and enlisted. Now, the funny part of this, and how, how could there not be if you're talking about Yogi Berra's? He didn't know what an fibia ship was. And so he listed in the navy. They put him on an fibia ship. He thought that sounds great and curious on day. So you'll keep era is, is my guy, my hero your over. My hero is nNcholas. Who of French tennis player, who's thirty seven years old lost after the third round at the French Open? It's very likely the last time he's ever going to play on his home soil. We see here his young son, consoling him. He ran across the court, the really just great scenes, even the man who beat MO who was was very, very touched and moved by it. And so my hero is nNcholas mahood son for just an incredible us. Nine years ago. One of the greatest matches ever played the incredible match. With is ner that no one will ever forget that. All right. Speaking of incredible. My hero. Is this little guy? Can we just roll this video who doesn't like puppies, this barklay from the Saint Louis blues e-e-e-e-no? This is great glory be. No. They adopted him. He is training to be a service dog. So the adopted him he made his home debut in December. He's got huge Instagram following the more than that he has to be around people all day long to sort of get that skill. And he's learning it through the blues kudos to them. I love puppies. Puppies. I love. Yeah. I don't think it was puppies. Let's see next week.

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New Pet, Now What?, Entrainment, Race Talks cont.

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The whole downstairs my house every single day like a quickie job around the you know cat boxes which I. Think I think. My last count was like I. Have Twelve twelve cowpox boxes. Something like that. I know that you're if people are saying what my gosh that so many, but I have to tell you. It goes pretty quick. It takes me about ten minutes and you know I don't keep and I use. Use that natural one that's made out of corn I can't think of the name of right now. You would think I would know since I do it every single day, but but anyway I love Very Fridays and I love having more. Davies Donald Air with us. She's on the phone I'm going to get to her and just a second, but we've got a great show coming up. You guys have got cody meyler. We're GONNA. Be Talking more about All the currents of current events in the in America all the protests and Rachel Rachel. Again. Racial, violence, I feel like when I say that word. I'm saying Rachel and I have a lot of friends with the name Rachel rate seen. It comes out wrong so laugh with me. With me, okay when I. When I screw it up, but but yeah, we're going to be talking about that and Robin Perry. Braun is on the show. We're GONNA be talking about the law of entrain. If you don't know what that is not falling into collective. Emotion and having successful discussions during times of heightened. All Great Sophomore. How're you doing today? Hi doing great today. Oh my, it's summer. What happened it is it is it is and I was out? You know renting off on my deck this morning. Getting rid of the bird poop, 'cause that's something I have to do regularly to, and it's always great having you on the show. MORE DAVIES IS VICE president of communications at the SPCA that is the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals North Texas. Their website is S., p., C., A. Dot, Org and today. We're talking about so even. Pat Now what so how should someone prepare their home for a new patmore? Yes well, there are a bunch of things you know. The first one is going to be make sure. You have everything that your new head is going to need to be happy and healthy This could include you know kind of baby proving puppy proofing, especially, if it's an actual puppy or a kitten, but if it's an adult dog I could give just make sure you have the basics for starters, then you can get really fancy so. Water dishes Make sure you're. You're as you adopt. You're looking for that. The the food that your pet has been eating, so you can either continue feeding that or transition to something else if needed make sure that your pets going to have that resource of the water. If it's a kitty cat, make sure you already have a litter box in place. make sure that if there are any exposed wires you try to tech those in, or you can get those like wire covers. That can be really helpful or Tuck them away. Away if there are any dangerous plant like Cather, especially allergic and allergic has several plants or downright poisonous, and can be fatal to cats. There's a long list you can go search online for that long list of those anything that's going to be poisonous or dangerous. That could hurt your pet. They could fall from. Make sure you go through it with your home place with a critical eye so that you're removing any potential danger that they have covered like a bed to make sure if it's a dog, you have a caller. Unleash Ready. You know like I said you can get fancier. All kinds of toys goodness gracious. Well speaking of college. This is a good time a couple I do it like every couple of months especially with new check their collar because they grow, they get too tight. You say you should be able to get at least four fingers I know it's kind of hard to say five. Wasn't really line up with the rest of them, but unless you've got a weird hand. You. Don't want it too tight. And and he said it's the beginning of summer everyone I started. My my PA alert. You know if I see somebody always very very kindly, say hey, you know. I just talked to somebody with the SPCA, and they reminded me that the pavement. If it's hot for you, that's hot for your animals. So if you're walking your dog, be cognizant of that. Some people do their cats, but I'll never have time for that. I'll just tell you that but and there's a lot of things that I would say you'd have to. Before you even been bringing pat home you have to be. You have to decide whether or not you've got the time. The patients and the love and I say patients in a big win because I mean you really have to love that animal I'll give you an example so yesterday morning I got my sprinkler system had been off for about a year. I think I can't remember when I turned it off, but I'm like you know I probably should get that back on, and so I went, and I turned it on, and it was working fine, but I didn't. Nag Me. Beautiful Magnolias all over my property that I planted about fifteen years ago. and they have water sources to them with the sprinkler system so anyway long story short the sprinkler system under the Magnolia which I hadn't seen in like a year. got. Everything really wet. My new dog love apparently I don't know what he's a mix with. I know he's got some pit bull in them, but we don't know everybody's been trying to figure out what the other part of him is, but the dog loves water. So last night he was underneath the tree. Yeah, he was underneath the tree and I didn't see him. You know and he was up I. Mean I saw but. But I didn't see what he was doing, I didn't really pay close attention, but he was playing with the water sprinkler and created this big thing, a mud underneath the tree, and was rolling in the mud and was so excited he got up, and he came running at me, and he actually hit one of the pillars, and almost knocked himself out, and so it was like Oh. My Gosh love. Calm down, but You, you have to be careful and you have to have a huge heart and a lot of patients because you know happy gotten motto mud everywhere. You gotTA. Clean it up. You know and you can't lose your mind over stuff like that so just being mentally prepared when you bring a pat home. That's my biggest message as an animal lover. I love that, too. Yes, no, that this. When you bring a pet home, the ideal situation is being in that in that spot whether it's mentally physically etc to know you're GONNA to make that commitment for that pet for the duration of their lifetime. Knowing that there will be here, there will be messes and you know honestly the pets give us so much more They're members of our family. Their best friends their confidants. They're amazing. I couldn't imagine my life without pets. Well me either and I I probably have a little too many everybody says that to me, but you know what don't judge because if if I didn't have them, they'd be on the street, or they would be dead, so you know I'm just doing. What would I would I when I'm supposed to do? for me personally and for the environment to and by the way. Way Today is is a happy world environment. Day So you know. We put a post up about a book. Silent Spring by Rachel. Carson and she's been I think. She passed away a few years ago, but she wrote this book fifty years ago, and it is so forward thinking and so spot on I encourage everyone who loves his earth like I do and. And wants to keep our environment clean to order a copy of silent spring, and as you read it, you'll be astounded that this book was written fifty years ago. She was an incredible leader and we all need to pay attention so happy World Environment Day to everyone out there as well, but let's talk about this real quick because this is something that's so important more. More you know it I know at all animal lovers notice that a newly adopted will be more than likely to be nervous and show all kinds of signs of anxiety and their news around surroundings, and so, what behaviors are normal for pets first few days, or even say the first few weeks or months in their home and What can we do to help that? It Up I. This is this is very important. Information to because there are a lot of things could potentially be very worrisome for the new human family member of the new for like at very family member, but there are certain devote be behaviors that are normal hiding. If your pet is hiding, let them hide if it's under a bad, it's in their crate again. Make that crater, really nice cozy, safe spot for them with treats and all kinds of good stuff, but hiding they could be. They could not eat for a little bit they they may not drink for a little bit They might be a little bit more fussy. could be a little bit more irritable. Could potentially show signs of being a separation anxiety at first, or that could be an ongoing behavioral issue that you'll need to address. But there there's a there's a big range of what's normal doubt if anything gets to the point where they're just not eating, they're not drinking. They're not going to the bathroom. There indicate they have some other health situation like there panting excessively for an excessive amount of time where you worry about them, those different behaviors could indicate much more serious issue. That would be time to call your veterinarian on. well, and it could be this a lot of times that the opposite of that where they don't eat and drink, or they eat or drink too much, and then they throw it up just nervous wrecks. I'll just give him give him time yourself to adjust to any new environment. It's it's really important and other other any other ways to prepare for other pets for new. You know like me. Okay, so I've got all these pets. Bringing new jobs out of course, I'm kind of an expert in the field. Kinda of for the people out there listening. Should we have should Are there. Are there ways to prepare your other pets for the new arrival that work? I'm you? Can I've heard? Different people give different advice. Everything from you know. Bring something new pet smell on it home with the cat. Especially, you're not gonNA take them to different area. make them especially for dogs. Make their first meet and greet on a neutral territory. So maybe just not your home or your yard that way. Her dog may feel less predisposed to be protective of their home environments, and they can have good meat in a neutral spot. I mean you pick any number of neutral spots Those are probably the two that I've heard the most but honestly just also being very patient, if it even if it's a cat or dog. Give the the new pet and the current pet space example I give when I brought home. I do Cat Opel a few years ago. Our Cat Hamilton at the week. We couldn't take them to a neutral place to have them meet, and so we kept opal in the same room with a separate litterbox, separate water and food for almost a week, and they sniff each other through the door, and by the time they got to know each other in person. They weren't friend, but there wasn't violence. Right. Well, you know, and there's I was going to ask you. Are there resources to help? when and adapt to pet isn't adjusting well and also and makes there's much information I want to get out here I can't think of the name of them. They're downstairs, but I've mentioned on the show a couple of times. There's these little peanut butter square. They work remarkable. If you bring home a new dog, you can give it to them, or if there's thunder store, thunderstorms coming or whatever really work I I ordered by the case on Amazon and I can't think of what the name of them is right now but I'll. I'll get it after the break I'll run downstairs and grab one, but it's so important to remember so many things about taking care of our pets especially right now during cope in nineteen. Not Everybody is back up and running the grooming business, and so I WANNA put this out there too so this morning when I was grooming Susie, she's the first one I started with Do Clause on the side of a lot of people don't know what those are, but they're the clause that are Kinda like the fingers will on our hands on the side, and they're very difficult to see especially if you have a furry dog, but they can get so long that they can actually grow in a circle and grow back in to the pets paw, so you have to be really careful not to clip them too short to take your time, and if you don't have the patience to do it, get someone in your family or a friend that really a patient and not afraid to do it properly. Yes, so that's that's really important. Because yeah, those do clause do grow so they. They need to be clipped just like all the other fingernails on a pair of toenail. Well Yeah, and even if you only clip a little bit, you now see every. It would do it more often. The the pet will be more comfortable, and then you'll. You'll never take the risk of you know going too far into the to the. What do they call it? The bed, a banal riot and Probably the the pad of the like cal pad. And you know the beginning. Column the beans. Yeah there. You go the poor little. Yeah, poor, little love who I found it Walmart now I think it's been about six weeks since I found him. His nails were so short when I found him, they were right down to the lake to the very quick, and they still haven't grown very much. I'm guessing he was on the street. Vermont as an UN neutered puppy maybe got. Got Tossed aside or just I. Don't now. There's no excuse for in my opinion. You can do the right thing always. You have a choice so and if you see an animal out there, please help, but to find his way back home, or call the SPCA and let them help you because there. There are a lot of resources out there to help. All the pet lovers aren't there. Yes Oh my gosh. There's so many SPCA that work we can help out. We have a customer care center that is on the phone seven days a week. If people are looking for resources, it said two, one, four, seven, four, two, seven, seven two. And we have a pet resource center if there are people who've been affected by COVID, nineteen at for, or for whatever reason are really needing to have a supply of food for their pet, other resources for their pets medical bad people can reach out to us to just that same phone number or website either way. Well we'll put a post out for it. How about that? With the phone? Number? Because I there are a lot of people that don't even have money to feed themselves, and it's just really sad i. mean I, sent my niece and money again yesterday to get cap for her cash. She adopted a cat where she's living in. Seattle and she lost her. Her job. You know and she's trying to find another one, but a lot of people are out there, stuffing suffering, and so are their pets, so everybody generous If you've got an extra, you know five ten fifteen twenty bucks you know, donate it to the SPCA it's really easy, you can do it online, and you can also sign up for withdrawal right where you give five dollars a month or ten dollars a month. You can set up recurring giving. Thank you so much. Yes, the. where. The SPCA Texas is here to serve our community and to help. provide any services resources that anybody needs out there to help them. Give the love and care for their pets that we everybody loves their pets. Yeah they do if they don't. They're bad. They're just not good people. I judge people by well, not all of them. Because some people you know Rinaldo I'm going to bring you into this because your mother-in-law didn't like cats at first, but when she met your cat pd now, everything's cool people have sometimes just unreasonable fears based on childhood experiences, or what have you but but if someone really really doesn't like animals, that's kind of not a good thing in my opinion, so they're clear of them. But always great to have you on the show with us more I. Thank you so much for jumping on the air with us today. Thank you so very much. All right more we'll be back, guys. We've got a great show coming up. Robin Perry Brown with does and Cody Meyler. Stay tuned. You're listening to one life radio. into. W! S. A. Welcome back you one life radio, everyone. This is an dad with Rinaldo Davis and Robin Perry Bron. She holds a Master's in psychology and is a holistic energy practitioner who has also worked with sexual addictions for over eighteen years. She is an emotion code and integrated life process a practitioner Ordain Minister. Author speaker she has created her own certified energy modality and holds trainings, live and online virtual sessions all. All over the world and uses a holistic approach to address mental, emotional, spiritual and physical issues. You can find her at integrated lights. Freddie's dot com that's integrated life strategies DOT com today we're talking about as I, said earlier, the law of entertainment, not falling into collective, heightened emotion and having successful discussions during times of heightened emotion, so my first question first. Hello, Welcome how you doing today good. Morning, so I'm in a great place What I can't I'm sorry I can't hear you very well. I had a massage his all right. Let me take it off of Yeah. Here you. Is that better. That's a lot better. Yeah, because we want to be able to hear you. So. Yeah Okay. I understand, but thank you so much. I can hear you much better now, so let me ask you. What is what is the law of entrapment? The best way to understand that intriguing and basically says that frequencies do not like to conflict or a interfere with each other, so they will move towards alignment or resident a couple of easy to understand examples would be if you play G. String on a guitar, and there's another G. string nearby, the G. String or guitar you're by the G. will start to vibrate from the first guitar. Tuning works be. If I hit a tuning fork another one. At that same frequency will start to vibrate. they did an experiment where they took sixty. Four metronome metronome is out will quickey thing that used to keep rhythm with an instrument. And they put sixty four eight by eight on a floating table, and they send them all to different frequencies, different paces, and within five minutes they were all going in the same direction at the same timing and rhythm so basically what China says is that whatever the dominant energy is? we are moved towards a Lima resonance with the dominant energy, because energies do not like to interfere with each other, so they're more likely. What line? It's interesting. It really is I've you know and I looked up the definition of and training and I'm like it. What does that mean they? Train Train Abbott to draw along with or actor oneself or to draw in and transport something such as solid particles or gas by the flow of a fluid or to incorporate into concrete to determine or modify the face or periods of Circadian Rhythms and trained by light cycle very very interesting stuff. And so you know. Let me ask you this Let me ask you this so I. Hold on a second I lost something. Hold on, you, guys. With me Oh here. It is very. Rarely do that because that's why you shouldn't live the paper. I shouldn't move the paper, but so so let me ask you this. How does this work collectively? How do we get triggered as human beings? Okay, and so you know I, mean it's not rocket science to figure out why I'm talking about this today. when you have a group or just overall heightened state of emotion. We can call it a bandwagon jumping on a bandwagon. That energy is a very strong powerful force. And so as an individual, we are if we're if we're not conscious about it. We are going to more likely. Get sucked into that emotion if I walk into a room of Tenggara people. I'm going to start feeling feelings of anger and not know why. Unless I'm very intentional. Walking into that room, knowing that's what I'm walking into and I'm kind of prepared for that, but energetically. Frequency or might reparation. My Body is going to want to entrain with what's in the room, and so if people are super sensitive energetically, they don't like being around anxious people because people make them feel anxious. Their body's GONNA tend to in train with that frequency and be like that So when we have a math thing going on it, it's a it's a strong energy. We see as emotion, but from a vibrational standpoint. It's a very strong collective. Shen. Well, we've all experienced it yet. You know some people still think oh, that sounds Hokey, you know. How can that be? What is very real science? Absolutely. That's why I said. I showed the metronome experiment. Because you, can you. Can You metronome experiment? it's. Youtube bubble and you can watch it for yourself. So a lot of times women will say five women will move into a house together, and then their mental cycles wall, start to line up and be on the same day. No that's all and trim it. Musicians totally understand entertainment. It has to do with frequencies and vibrations in harmony, harmony or alignment, but it's also true with emotional energy every emotion Housi- frequency vibration. Yet so usually being triggered isn't necessarily about the topic. We can get triggered by frequency. That connects to us in a way that we have a negative you know memory or a negative experience with that particular libration, so if I if I, it had a lot of trauma around anger, and I walk in a room and somebody's angry I can feel it immediately. Leagues and I'll get very uncomfortable. And not know why I know this autumn right right. Well in you know, we talk more Davies about animals, dogs, cats. They know this energy to. That's why you know. is a little leery of someone. It's 'cause they're picking up on their bad energy. Right. Or fear fear energy here. Yeah. Yeah, well, so let me ask you this. How do we get triggered by this? Well, you know. Trying to be admirable to now, is we we? We have an opinion on titled to One. But when we're in a state of heightened emotion. Really don't necessarily recognize that we're not actually very gifted. Because? The emotion makes us. You know not realize that there's a lot more going on than the topic. Were dealing with, and so we can tend to overreact. We can tend to just be very emotional because we're just in an atmosphere of heightened emotion. And so we so it makes it difficult to have. A rational discussions because. You know just like when for women listening when your PMS seen, everything is a much bigger deal right because your hormones are off, so it's right same concept when we have a collective meaning a large number of people kind of in this heightened state of emotion, it just affects everybody kind of like a full moon every day. Care workers does when there's a full moon because the kids act AH. Yup Well, there's a phone last night, but you know I think of media and the coverage and we're seeing all over social media, mainstream media, and how it exacerbates, you know this heightened fear because we walk away from it, you turn your television off after a few hours. You're not feeling it so much, you know you. You have time to like wash yourself. Yourself from if you will, but it, it's it's definitely it works collectively, and that's one of the reasons you know. Well. A lot of leaders have been have been. You know advising people to turn off television. They offer their social media and try to shut down this collective fear. That's happening all over the world, but especially here in America right. Okay I. Don't want to run out of time. Let me ask you this, so we and then this this kind of rolls over into having to set successful discussions during times of heightened emotion, so what is listening to understand versus listening to react or be right? What's the difference? I love this question. Well I first of all. We have to come from an intention that. Every that there's more than one opinion, and there's more than one angle we also we have to come from an intention of hey. I'm entitled to my opinion, I'm entitled to be heard and so are you. And and really without getting into a big overarching principle or argument about it, but the this is the root of racism is deciding that one person or type of person is more valuable than another type of person. so when we argue about stuff. If we're not behaving in a valuing the other person, we're doing the same thing at its root now. No Mike People get mad at that, but it's the same principle. If I'm not valuing knew enough to give you the right to have your opinion. And listen to your rationale so first of all I. Want to start with He. I value you enough to give you the right to have an opinion because I have an opinion and I want you to value me enough to have the right to have an opinion even if they differ. So. We have to start with that assumption. The second thing we have to do is we're not mind readers. And we should not assume the other person is is. Angry hostile, negative violent whatever. Or that they don't have the capacity to understand. So. Giving the other person the same. Respect nitty that you would want them to give you, so we start with that. And then secondly we have to have a recognition. Of Doing. Do we have a need to be right? Is Our personality one of those where we just need to be right? And if we do, we should just avoid these conversations. but are in. Win Fear is high. We respond to fear primarily with fight or flight. So. We're either going to be difficult conversations altogether or we're. GonNa engaged to them, but if we're in a state of fear, we're going to be more into fight mode. It's hard to listen and hear when you're in fight. And there's no peace in that. You'RE NOT GONNA. Come to a peaceful resolution ever. So starting out with this kind of setting your framework, it says hey, even if this person disagrees nearer different opinion, it doesn't make their painting long. We can both be entitled to have different opinions. There's not one absolute true. There's no. Getting understanding education when we listen to multiple angles of think. Absolutely and you know and and everybody is entitled to their opinion, and after all, it's just an opinion. It doesn't make FAC necessarily and I. Love Talking about this because I think this is, this is so important that we understand that that we must listen to one another. We really must listen in order to really have changed and so We were almost out of time Robin I only have about a minute or two. How do we have potter? We have constructive conversations when emotions are high in particular. Is there any any keys? Yeah, so if I know that I'm triggered and I'm emotional. I have two choices one I would either say hey. I wanna be what's called consciously competent. I WANNA. Go Hey! I'm really upset right now. This is the best time to talk about it. or Secondly I'M GONNA go I'm really upset right now and I recognize them upset. But I'm not going to come on. I'm still gonNA Listen I. I I'm still GONNA. Recognize I'm upset and I'm triggered than sometimes I can still be in the moment and participate without being irrational, angry or hostile or aggressive Now that's a little bit harder skill to learn. But when this thing is carries on for days at a time, and we definitely don't want to have those conversations right after we watched the news, whose job is sight heightened emotion? Well and when you're in a state of heightened emotion, and you're and you're yelling or screaming, or you're being accusatory or pointing your finger. No one's GONNA. Listen to you just by the way. Ron Shut them down. Nobody's GONNA. Listen to what you're saying anyway, so if you really want to have an intelligent conversation, you have to keep your emotions in check. Absolutely. And just recognizing that there's all these triggers going on to put you in a heightened state of emotion, and definitely back and going right now. My perception is a little colored by the emotion and I'm just going to hone that, so you know tomorrow. I might have to apologize because I. was you know maybe a little off base, and maybe still? Communicated my opinion well, and even heard your opinion, but I might have overreacted a little bit in the in the way I handled that, and so that that's the mature kind of response is acknowledging right? This is hard. This is hard. Apologize. And probably end up. Apologize, and then don't repeat the behavior like do the work that it takes to get control of yourself and your emotions, so you don't harm other people. All, right? We're going to go to break. It's always a great pleasure to have you on the show Robin Perry Brown. She's my personal. Shrink just by the way. I always like to tell people that I do and I think it's important to to you. Know work on yourself daily. You can find Robin at integrated life. STRATEGIES DOT com, or you can email her personally at integrated life strategies at g mail dot com have a good weekend and we'll talk to you next week to again right? Thank thank you so much, everyone. This show is continuing on with cody meyler coming up next. We're GONNA, be talking about his his his podcast last night, regarding the current state of America, stay tuned, everyone. You're listening to one life radio. As Gray. SAFE to. Say I don't care about. Bride! Off. On? I. saw. Parts. Dot Com that's environment. Dot Com. I love it. Is laughing my knee getting ready to dance TJ everyone. It is Friday and I've got cody miler with me and Rinaldo Davis Cody is also known as Akito Cowboy. He's my favorite. In fact, he is the health and fitness, expert, trainer, instructor and business owner. He holds a bachelors and exercise. psychology, a masters in Sports Management, and over twenty different fitness certifications. In Twenty nineteen, cody founded the national, Association Kito, association or Neka as it's. It's known hosting the first. Kito Carnivore bodybuilding petition. He is the owner of Annex. T rap fitness for our workout facility offering specialized workout and nutrition programs designed around an individual's needs and fitness levels, so you can visit him at his website Meyler. Flax Dot Com. That's M. Y.. L. E. R. Flex. Dot Com, or on Instagram at meyler underscore, flax, or on facebook at Amex T. R. E. P., fitness, pleasure, cody. How are you doing today? I'm doing good. I'm doing good. How are you? Yeah! Did you get any rest? You're up late. I. Was Up late. That's for sure a little longer than intended, but you know. I think it needed to be done. Well you know I committed to listening and typically when I commit to something I follow through and I actually fell asleep with my phone in my hand. You guys put to sleep at the very end because it wasn't a long. Been I'd only had like two hours sleep the night before because my daughter was sick, with a little bit something with her stomach, and so we didn't get a lot of restaurants before, but but so yeah I watched pretty much the whole thing. And today we're talk. We're following up from cody's Ms. Fitness live podcast last night, regarding the current state of America. So you know we were excited about your new podcast and I love you know getting behind my friends and encouraging them. You know to do whatever it is. They're most passionate about and so the aspect this podcast. Let's talk about that. Can you tell our listeners what they'll here when they? They when they tune in the typical topic that you guys talk about. Yeah, yeah, so I started that podcast about a year and a half ago has originally called the miler flex podcast, so that's where now where the MS comes into play we kind of changed the format a little bit, but my biggest mission outside of informing people about fitness and different routines and nutrition was really I've been in the fitness industry for a long time and have met a lot of different people and different trainers and gotten to see. There's a lot of back stabbing. A lot of people think that they're entitled and I wanted to actually bring my competition onto the podcast in talk to them, and just having more open dialogue instead of saying I'm I'm the best trainer in the world and nobody else was very well. You know I wanted to. To bring them on and let let's talk and I promote I. wanted to be the one to promote them. Even though they're my competition, I promote them so I have a lot. More other trainers and fitness professionals that come on there and speak about their styles, and their point of views, and I wanted to eliminate the whole buffer of Oh, I'm better than everybody else type of deal. well competition breeds success. It's so true, and so you know. And I think it's great. You know we we kinda. You know your competition for me, too, but I don't care like I said competition breeds success, and you've you've become a dear friend to everyone at one life radio. You and your wife Chris are amazing people and I. Love Supporting People that are out there trying to do good in the world so last night on your podcast Did you did a facebook live interview with Jackie Robinson owner arrive roots juices discussing the state of America amid nationwide protesting. So, what were you wanting to listeners to take away from the conversation? What did you personally want to learn as well? I think the biggest. Mission, out last night's podcast. Is that kind of to piggyback off the lady that you're interviewing earlier? And she was talking about the vibrations and the people that you're around you kind. Pick up on. Well the one thing that I've noticed over the years and I've had people. And give them advice about relationships and. And the number, one aspect I think is the biggest aspect is communication. And I think without communication. You don't build trust. You don't build love. You don't build all the other factors that go underneath that and I had a up as as as a regular Joe White American I had to speak up. Say The I support and we need. We need more people to open their mouth and communicate that. Yes, listening is important, but you're not gonNA. Listen to silence. We have to talk and so. As a just a regular Joe American and I've had my. You heard my stories of things that happened to me. Growing up and and I I've I've had my I can. I can relate to the type of pain and anger that others feel when they're disrespected and when they're hurt just. Because, they're different and. I think not only does white America to speak, but also think Black America Hispanic. All we all need to speak in know that we are on the same level, but without that. Yeah, we're going to have the small small groups out there. That will never join us, but I think as long as already. Is On. We're okay. Absolutely and speaking of that I'd like to Bring Rinaldo into this discussion as a black American male. You know so when all the what do you WanNa say about what we're talking about. I think the most important thing is educating yourselves on the American history of what's going on. And that's it. I mean yeah, because it's been happening. Is this is nothing new? Right so I I feel like if you really want to know what's going on, you have to educate yourself, but the only gonNa tell you so much in the history books and we all know about slavery, but you don't know the details of it the extent of it. What happened after slavery? You know what's still happening You got systematic racism as well so it's it's. It's a long history in America's history American history, because it happened on American soil and I believe this is one of the things that this is. The skeleton doesn't America's closet. Now that America really doesn't WANNA put out there and want everyone to see. And when recorded like it was, and when everyone sees it, this is the results of what happens. This is an outrage. So I feel like people just need to educate themselves on on the history. With you know between police, officers and in Black America. I agree a hundred percent do so you know discussing racist difficult? Why do you think it is so difficult and although? Once again I mean it's the history. I mean it's A. It's a it's. It's one of those subjects, no just like religion and politics. You know. You. Know a lot of opinions to it. and. I feel like. If you really want to get to a really in the history books, I mean history repeats itself I mean that's that's pretty much what I can say it. I can't speak for every black person out there, but in my opinion, I believe is. In the history. Also, wanted to kind of chime in. It makes people uncomfortable. I mean I have a lot of Indian blood in me, and when I talk about the the Indian massacre that was the that was the biggest killing of all time of any race right then, but it makes people uncomfortable when they hear that and we need to get uncomfortable we need to. Learn the facts so that way we can all understand each other. Right, but this is. This is a big question here. At what point do we put the past away which happens to be the lyrics to one of my favorite talk, but where do where do you put the past away and start to move forward with a clean slate? It. It's like a couple you know. They have a fight, and they fight about the same thing over and over and over again. If you can't put the past away, you can never move forward. You get stuck in it and so I don't know what it will take to put the past away. I guess for looking for the for the for the violence to stop number one and for people to just sit down and really listen to one another really really listen, and just you know open their minds that it might not. Not Be like you think it is and and I think we're in although you make a great point, everyone needs to know the history of the Black American and the plight that they have been through in order to understand because you can't have peace until you have understanding and I think this is a good time to go to break, so we're going to go to break for station identification commercial. Break as well. We'll be right back. You're listening to one life radio with although Davis myself and cody meyler. We'll be right back. Own. No. Welcome back everyone. You're listening to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo. Davis and we have cody miler on the line with us as well. He is known as Akito Cowboy, and he is a health and fitness, expert, trainer, instructor and business owner. We're talking about up. Actually from cody's fitness, live MS, fitness live podcast last night, regarding the current state of America. So you know as. As I, said discussing racist, difficult and we talked about that right before the break so cody I'm going to ask you, and then I'm GonNa ask you Rinaldo. the probably the same question, but did you have any hesitation in regard to the type of questions that you would ask last night and were you? Were you surprised at some of the answers? Were you surprised at all? Well No, I didn't have any hesitation. and I guess because I know those guys. You know, so. I know I know that. I know their feelings I know who they are. I didn't I didn't really have any hesitation. there might have been one question that I was just I asked her I said tell me if I'm out of out of bounds, but let's say the next killing that because there will be unfortunately, but another person killed by cops is a white person, can we? All. and. Everybody talk on that because now i. Did. You see what's on on the street going to the white. House today they they. They know on the street. They painted black lives matters. I mean the voice soon and there's. Just as many blacks and just as many whites out there painting that the voice is out there so now the narrative can count, and it can change of listen. Cops can't just get away with killing anybody. So if the next one is why or black or Hispanic, we all need to speak up. Okay, we've only got about a minute. When although I'M GONNA? Let you finish up the show. I'm going to ask you to respond to what he decide. What are your thoughts on that before we and the show? I totally agree it's. It's about human rights as well, and that's pretty much all I can say about it. I mean it's really about human rising. Yes, the the outrage should be as equal if a if a black do that to person, or if a white cop did that's a white person I. Know we have get rid of the narrative with color and start respecting human rights, and not just writes about. Yeah, well, I say all life because you know, we must treat animals well and nobody. Everybody thinks that's okay, and I think it's a triple data. Trickle down if you will. Everything is the trickle down from the top, no matter if it's a business if it's a home or if industry whatever it is, it's a trickle down attitude from the top and I think that's where we need to go I. It's address other inhumane treatment that's going on all over the world, and that includes animals. They are like and they need respected as well even if we want to eat them, we only respect them that the music that I hear Rinaldo. Are we ready to go off the air? Right cody, thank you so much. We're going to continue the conversation with you. The next time you're on the podcast podcast was great and thanks so much for alerting us so I could be involved in. It everyone out. There have a great weekend. You get one body. You get one mind and you get one life. Get out there and make the most of it.

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Hour 2: Aaron Rodgers

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Hour 2: Aaron Rodgers

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And as always as if you needed any more proof of this, that this is a business, the rules are different depending on your value, and it brings me to Levy on belt. I'm curious if this is possible, we could sit here and judge it, whether he's greedy or whether it's business, we could sit here and argue about it all day. But what was rare about what happened with lady on bell? Is that when he didn't show up for work his offense lineman? Who are, you know, pride themselves on anonymity who hell man, yet a military guy for the Steelers, apologize for being outside the locker room and outside is team for respect. Getting the flag like, that's, that's then that guy who's mortified by being in public that way over something that you know, kind of matters that guy and others in that locker and put their name on. We're mad at this dude, and this is not team. He has sacrificed all of us in his greed, and it was a remarkable thing to see play out in public because usually soldiers, there's not friendly fire and the football. I know while it's tired to consider football as the military, you know that they think of themselves as the military that I will. I will be different for my partner. I will survive pain, high pain thresholds. I will bleed. I will do all these things for my partner. And now. Lady on bell who. During a hold out and who does stuff on hold out on hold outs. I've never seen before like applied to Dairy Queen lady on know, make rap songs where he's talking about. You know, his contract situation lady, I'm bell is talking about or returning week seven the bye week to come collect that check. So he's basically in it at a time where they're seizing can be ruined. By the time he gets back and this is the question I wanted to ask you. Have those dudes who put their name on criticizing his business over the last few weeks realized what we have also realized which is, hey, that dude made you guys, you didn't make him. Like, have they realized that they're not quite as good as they think they are? Are they aware of how good this person is that they were ripping when you see Ben Rothlisberger now falling apart and Tonio Brown is not nearly the threat he's been. He's been the most productive receiver in the sport the last few year. Right. Has it been nearly as good this year? I, they, they realized they're not nearly as good without levian bell. I think those offensive lineman, the guys who were talking. They feel like they're part of his success and he's part of their six cable. That would be, but my best guess is that they have come to realize over the last month. Oh, we need him more than we thought we did because he's better at what he does than we are, what we do. Correct. He has made all of us look like we're more competent than we are because on top of everything else they're running game has gone to bleep and it's not the first game they came out in full does, but they've been as bad as anyone league in the league since we too. But then that's why they talk. That's why they were upset. They realized that they know how good he is. They know they need him. Oh, I'm not sure that. That's why they talk that way. I thought it was more of that soldier mentality of you don't quit on your on your teammate. Falling apart might be a little too strong for Ben Rothlisberger. He's leading the league in passing yards because they're not running the ball. He second in terms of attempts, he had a very bad week one, but he hasn't been as terrible as you might have suggested did we not expect them to be a great offense like they've been the last few years and I would just say the, that's fine. You can come back at me with facts. These are facts as well, and we keep doing this with the quarterbacks. The measurement is winning and losing when lady on his bell is there with the other two guys. They went two thirds of their games when he's not, they lose as much as they went and that's where we are with that football team. It's those three guys. And if one of them MRs or sits out the way lady on is doing, you don't believe that there is the possibility that those offensive lineman have realized to their stark dismay over the last month in a way that all of us have realized, hey, you guys. Really, really needed this person in a way that obscured that you're not that good at your job. I think they've, I think they've realized that. I don't think to that extent, I think they think they're really good at their jobs. They know he's really good at their jobs in the combination of that offensive line with him running the ball behind that offensive line is a great combination, and I'm certain Dan, I'm certain they realized how talented player he is. But for a week they felt good because James, Connor, James, Connor had a big one week. It was one week and they felt good. The last three weeks. They haven't felt so good and they realized that they need. They were feeling great with that tie. I don't know what you do. I'm not saying that they didn't realize how good Levy on bell was. I'm saying that they overestimated how good they are probably and that's a hard admission to have playoff over a month as your season goes down the tubes as you as you see what's happening there and he's talking about coming back week seven, what he might be coming back to in week. Seven is a lost season and that defense wasn't very good and it in add to it. And now they're not controlling the clock because their running game is in where it was, and the defense is worse. Well, this is what I love though, and this is why I love. I just love watching the Pittsburgh Steelers is because I can see thirty yard plays either way because they can't stop anybody either. So you that Kansas City Pittsburgh game. We're all here for Ben Rothlisberger throwing for five hundred yards and throwing the ball sixty time. Is this the new NFL? Because that's not just with the sealers it's happening in almost every game that you see the. Games change. I think we're off to the best offensive start in NFL history. We know that Mike Leach, we know historically Mike Leach our beloved Kook at Washington state who has has the ability to Yam or on an endless number of topics. We know that he's been a pioneer in a genius in this area. His team beat Utah. This weekend with four hundred and fifty passing yards and zero. Rushing yards, zero zero, rushing yards. He's been at the forefront of like none of us really understand what the hell is happening in that former conference of his right where not not a coach can get a defensive player in everyone's throwing the ball, cliff. Kingsbury has got a lifetime contract 'cause he's throwing a fifty times a game, and Texas Tech is fun to watch. Even though they lose every important game they've ever played. I wouldn't lead to was there though they'd be Texas. Okay. They beat taxes and I think Crabtree Michael Crabtree beat somebody when he was one of their receivers, regardless points chance at Trajan. Grass Crabtree was just remember that game. It was just Crabtree quarterback cumby. Isn't it the reason that people questioned Mahomes because of that conference, yes. Yeah. So here's the genius from that conference and the coach Mahomes right? Was he was he there at the time was clings, bury my bed Kingsbury. So here is if thank you. I did it very quickly and scared here is Mike Leach explaining why his team won with four hundred fifty passing yards and zero rushing yards. There's nothing balance about fifty percent run. Fifty percent pass because that's fifty, percents stupid. Now, what what what is balanced is when you have five skilled positions of all, five of them are contributing to the offense of effort in a somewhat equal fashion and that's balanced. But this notion that if you hand it to one guy fifty percent of the time and then you throw it to a combination of two guys, the other fifty percents that you really balanced and you proudly Pat yourself on the back until yourself. That and people have been doing that for. Decade full, then you're delusional. I love that guy. He's awesome. And he's been awesome for years. I wish the university of Miami hadn't thought he was such a weirdo when he was down here in key west. I think he's a weird, but he's, I wouldn't you want? Mike Leach is your coach in every way. I think that's easier said until Mike Leach walks into your office. There's there's defensive way. I'd prefer not be my coach in one thousand nine hundred nine. This is courtesy of Jake Trotter because it's Red River rivalry week. He did a piece on the nineteen ninety nine Red River showdown. When Mike Leach was the offensive coordinator for Oklahoma. And apparently before that game, this is so great. Mike, Leach planted a decoy play script during pregame warmups the longhorns founded and use it and fell behind seventeen two zero before realizing they had been duped. I, I would love to understand a little bit better what some of these teams do by scripting and rehearsing their first fifteen plays of of the game because the dolphin game was funny. This weekend where they got a twenty two twenty two yard pass on the first play, and then the next fourteen plays where pooping on the field, like whatever it is, the place they worked on really hard. I don't know if the dolphins do it that way, but you know, you've heard of that, right? The idea of scripting the first fifteen plays of the game. This is not gonna surprise you at all that Mike Leach sound. Let's play one more time for the people. I only need really the first couple of sentences. There's nothing balanced about fifty percent run. Fifty percent pass because that's fifty percents stupid. It's just said so well, and you know, who was right there for him on Twitter, giving him the thumbs up lane kiffin saying, I'm here for a renegade future baby. This guy is my coach just say anything call everybody, fifty percents, stupid. Time to justify our unreasonable salaries. I really do with the seat ios of these college football teams were more renegades and kooks the JIMBO Fisher. Are you not here for that college football being the wild west, where Mike Gundy is actually a cartoonish character with with hair. You know, instead it's Mike Gundy taking himself super seriously in banning the press, say right about his transfers. Imagine everyone like Leach and lane kiffin how much better sports. Now it's going to be contaminated. They're going to be a lot of controversy, but how much better is that? And sometimes you're gonna miss a variable in the formula, and you'll get an a really boring team with a less mile. So kooky coach, but not fun team champion. That was a champion team while he's eating grass on the sidelines, got a big bet with Sperry this week. You see that if LSU beats Florida Spurrier, has he eat grass? And if Florida beats LSU less miles has to take off his trademark white hat and put on Spurrier visor where. That come from who made them make good on Spurrier's Twitter, such a lame old man. It is a lame old man. You eat grass, I wear your visor. I'll see you on the golf course. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. 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Thanks then DCC's live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. So help me understand here. Something got you are familiar with my adoration of Aaron Rodgers, master craftsmen, best quarterback I've ever seen you guys can talk about Patrick Mahomes all you like Aaron Rodgers. When he had something close to a talent level that you need to win a Super Bowl, Donald driver and Jordy Nelson when they were all together and then that talent pace actually got hurt anyone anyways, the yes, then those guys get hurt and he gets the playoffs. And because they're playing in domes, he wins the games in the domes. Have you seen what's going on with him and McCarthy had Greg Jennings to the went when they had they have betrayed Aaron Rodgers in terms of getting him players around him. It's crazy to think that all they can do is Jimmy Graham here. Or a Martellus Bennett. They're all they can get him as tight is tight ends as Mahomes is playing with the guys he's playing, right. I know there's some sort of rift over play calling and some of the stuff going on with Rogers and McCarthy that they've had those in the past. They usually squash him and just move on together. And we always wonder why is moving on together with Mike McCarthy. Okay. Well, this is the thing that I don't understand. I think McCarthy has held back Aaron Rodgers because what I'm watching on Sundays I think is with ten games with any team in the league, any single team in the league. If he's healthy, he's going to win ten games and they have betrayed him there. They largely kept their jobs while he is there. They have underachieved while he was there. They got rid of their general manager just recently that gave him the job over Brett Farr the difference with this one. In the interesting thing about this little rift ears, it came after a win. They won the game. They shut the team. Erin thought they should've scored more? Yes. And so this is what Mike McCarthy says, because I, I wish I were better at understanding. Okay. The technical ways in which Mike McCarthy is either harming or helping Aaron Rodgers. I do not. I admit that ignorant. I am not a scheme guy. I don't understand some of what I'm watching on Sundays. I defer to the expertise of the men involved. Even though many of the broadcasters are former coaches who will not tell you the truth about the men involved. So you don't get what you get from Aaron Rodgers after twenty to nothing win where he's criticizing the play calling openly, and this is what I want to ask you. Because I think it's interesting. I do not think it's a coincidence that the Green Bay Packers, even though they did not have to, they had him under contract and they could've franchised them out until he was thirty eight years old that they in what is not altruism. This isn't a dot org, but they were generous and loyal in ways that businesses that have people locked up do not have to be. They just paid Aaron Rodgers because he was worth it and not because they had him locked up to keep him happy and immediately after that, this is what you're getting. Now. He's been here for a while. You know, not happy that they're not consulting him, offensive coordinator. He clearly it seems to me from what I'm seeing. Let them run the thing. Man, just be his aid just be his secretary just to what he wants do what he's really good at this, give him the power LeBron has because he is in his sport, LeBron led him put in the offense. Let him call the plays. Just Mike McCarthy. Him Secretary Do not be the authoritarian who's after the game saying, I have good relationships, proper relationships. With all of our players airing, I, we've gone through a lot of years together, so I feel good about our relationship and what I'm telling you is I don't know as I'm watching it, I suspect it, but I don't know as I'm watching it that Aaron Rodgers is keeping Mike McCarthy gainfully employed as a head coach because every year, Mike McCarthy is going to win ten games of his quarterback doesn't get hurt. God forbid is quarterback gets hurt because you're going to see what you saw last year, which is the Green Bay Packers and everyone who runs them becomes immediately irrelevant the moment. He's carted off the field. How far do you extend that out though? Arrages goes to the general manager and says, hey, this coach we can win more with a different co. Let him I'll tell you who I want high. Yes, I'd be good with it. Yes, I think I'd be good with that too. He's just too good. He's too valuable if you're gonna if you're going to be in a salary caps, what man? They just did the thing that no team does. They just gave him money when they didn't have to because it was the right thing to do that two thousand fifteen. And if c. championship was. Regis everyone points through the Brandon Bostick off the hands player, Morgan Burnett slipping when he had or sliding to the ground when he could have just easily ran back and interception watch that game back whenever it's on NFL network, that king was lost. Era should have to Super Bowl wins because he went into Seattle against the prime legion of boom and Mike McCarthy for whatever reason, just when away with what got them, the lead, even though it was working every time and he let Seattle back into that game with his play calling. I'm wondering, Stu, guts, much like in basketball. We saw a real time of Aleutian where everyone in the sport realized that the same time we've been taking the most inefficient shot. We need to the three point shot has more value. I am honestly wondering given Green Bay's personnel if they shouldn't be playing the way. Mike Leach does bleep balance, and you got the best quarterback in the game. I'm totally comfortable with him doing what he wants the football every time he's holding, let him do whatever he wants, including with personnel. Why wouldn't you? Especially the previous seasons where you're running back was wearing. Number eight because you were so hurt at the puzzle. Mike come on man, Geronimo Alison in devante. I mean, come on to volunteer pretty good because of that quarterback production is good, but he is very rarely open edges raising how is how cloth and I'm watching the difference between remember. I told you this years ago I was in, I was watching film with with Ricky Williams and he was looking at his four hundred carries a season, and he was looking at what Denver was running behind when their offense of lines just opened up these giant holes right at, you're like, oh my God, that is Ricky's trying to get this three yards at a time. But Rogers was saying, like after that bills game that devante Adams who was targeted fourteen times said he should have been targeted a lot more that he was opened that if he were, he was basically saying if I were calling the plays, I kept what I would have kept calling Davante Adams of number. He was Aaron Rodgers open. There's a difference. My yes, there is a difference. My question to you is how different do you think if film would look. If we were watching how from overview how the chiefs receivers were running open and what the Packer receivers were doing it, because I assure you it would look vastly different than it looks right now. 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I Billy played some sand, Aaron Boone talking about the pressure that comes with putting on the pinstripe, the Yankee uniform going into the postseason Billy's. Tell me about this out at all the pressure we're going to brace hold on. This is Aaron Boone manager of the New York Yankee. When you put this uniform on that goes with the territory. And again, I, I've used that pressure as a privilege. We'll all embrace that and look to apply that to to our opponent. And yeah, we, we've had a great season to this point, but that's now behind us and the real season starts. Now our guys will be ready and I look forward to watching them go out and do their thing tomorrow night. He put that uniform on for fifty four games. What does he know about pinstripe Yankee pressure? What is he? I know he hit one of the biggest home runs and yanked history resulted in nothing resulted in them being embarrassed losing to the Marlins in the World Series plays Arab, who knows nothing about Yankee pressure police. Chris. Hey, was caught. I don't know if you know this, he was cut by the Yankees because he tore nasc- l. playing basketball. How about that? Which led to them getting a rod to replace. Chris, I want you to look something up for me. Please did Lee SoHo play more playoff games for the Yankees. Then Aaron Boone played games for the Yankees. I have no doubt that he did. He was always there. So I like I prefer put it on the poll who'd you rather hear about Yenkey pressure from Lisa ho or Aaron booed and also was Luis Sojo always there. Great question. Put that on the phone was leased. So always there is a great question. I gotta get to something serious and something funny here, Stu gods. I'll get to the series thing in a second, but I wish you would seen what I saw during the break. We have another cavalcade another wave of important ESPN people coming through town and other group of executives. And Mike, Ryan executive producer of this particular ship was ship is the word I said, all of the other one would have been better. He did not know these executives for coming. So he chose today to have it be his upside down, close grid of death punishment, which I don't even know how to describe it really Geir MO, can someone help me here like for the for the radio audience to can't see this? I'm like, ESPN. How would you describe because he doesn't look like he's wearing stuff upside down. This is the upside down man penalty, and he doesn't look like that's upside down close. So how would you describe it's a zebra print thing? He's wearing the showing off his Harry Beli. He looks like an idiot. Okay, that's good enough. So he he's talking to executives about serious things in the hallway, and I could tell him he's rubbing his body. He's soothing himself because of how one comfortably is trying to be in an authority position while dressed that way. So vulnerably without them having any understanding or explanation for why he's dressed that way, they don't listen to this crud. They just cash the checks. Thirty two games. Louisville played in the postseason for the army of funnier name that played more postseason games than Aaron Boone played because SoHo. I want to him because I was thinking funny. But anyways, all of this is to get to Mike false executive emperor of all things that are here two minutes penalty box. Get out of here. You made Mike Ryan uncomfortable. He's not been himself today, and so just kick him out of here, put him in the penalty box and have him sit down over there because every time the executives come through here, they throw off everybody's game. And next thing you know, what do I need to do? I need to do this. I need attack this Rinaldo story. I need to attack something serious now because executives are in town. I gotta give social commentary. I gotta give journalism meet now instead of the normal hijinks around here, we try to disguise they don't like how everyone else here is dressed wearing hats. They're like all sorts of rules. They don't like any of you are, but the idea that Mike, there's a new dress code around here. There is. Yes, there's a new dress code that doesn't apply, evidently not let calls about this. It's upside down close. So. The Rinaldo story. Are you guys not a little amazed in this particular climate? And I'd like to know what's going on with the world because you know, Stu gods that for as misogynistic as America is the rest of the world. Much of it has an even more antiquated viewpoint about women. I mean, there are there are places there are countries multiple countries where it's not illegal to hit a woman. So there are some things here that are complicated where you're in the middle of this movement and Rinaldo is as big star's. There is in the world of sports. He has LeBron James, he made me might be bigger than LeBron James. I think I can make the argument that he is bigger than LeBron James. And now there is an there is an accusation from ten years ago, and I don't know what to do with this. I don't wear. It's being reported that there was hush money exchange. You know a settlement reached in which the for almost four hundred thousand dollars and it. It appears ten years ago if you want to be cynical about these kinds of allegations, because you know, we're in a very precarious position in this country right now to got where the poor feelings of men not getting what they want or being trampled on greedy. Men who haven't gotten our men. Everything that they're entitled to our feeling victimized right now, and the president of the country is giving voice to that victimization. And here's Rinaldo is biggest stars. There isn't sports. Do you think if this was playing out in this country with a star of that magnitude, that it would be this quiet in terms of media coverage? Because we don't know what to do with the story where we're sitting here trying to navigate all this gray area between innocent until proven guilty, which is what Trump is waving around now, men as victims versus women as victims. And now here you are in a situation that is, he said she said it's a ten year old allegation. If you want to be cynical about it, you can say, well, the money ran out now she wants to see if she could get more money by getting another settlement. But the point being here that we're not covering this very well, and it's at least in part because I don't know how to cover it, but you think it'd be different if it were, you know, Aaron Rodgers or someone like. I think there's still plenty of people who wouldn't know what to do with the story. No, but it's not like we weren't talking about this when it made an appearance with Kobe Bryant. It's a lot like we out of the fray waiting for facts there. Now you're at, it's arguably the biggest star in the world and just more details happen. The alleged incident happened in two thousand and nine in Las Vegas. The woman went in received treatment and didn't tell police a location or or the person involved at the urging according to her and her new attorney pressure, the pressure of of the camp to will figure this out, make it go it. Yeah. She says at the urging of her then attorney, she signed a nondisclosure agreement that had the some close to four hundred thousand dollars tach. Now, several years later, she's obtained new representation. In fact, a number, a lot of people are throwing around that that she's, you know, looking to just get some more money out of this. It's not an amazing astonishing number that she's she's chasing. Allegedly Rinaldo has after a couple of days. This all, by the way stems from an interview that she gave the German news magazine Spiegel and Rinaldo did an Instagram live in which it was very poor form. He was sort of grinning when in the Instagram comments, people were asking that he comment on it and he said, fake news and he just released a statement on Twitter, let me pull it up, but I think the one message that he's sort of still maintaining despite that bad Instagram moment his at these are just people trafficking on his name and try don't know what to do with it. That's the reason I don't know what to do with it. Like I just beyond saying that we can't talk about it because we not not. We're not allowed. We can't. 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In the case, I sound he's making them all. All right. Now, all the sounds that he makes when he's not listening, these live at our show with stugatz on ESPN radio, a king joins us in ten minutes. We've been teasing this. It's mysterious in ten minutes. You will be in the presence of a king Willie Cauley Stein. It's a king. It could be anybody. It can be Jerry Lawler. It can be LeBron James. It could be anyone from Sacramento's past. It's not LeBron James. Well, that never ever going to be brunch. You just leave that smidgen of hope though. One more item of business that Stu gods mentioned during the break. If it is indeed fact that it's being reported that it's fact Mike. I'd like that statement from the German newspaper the specifics of it because this is potentially the biggest star in the world. It's either him messy or LeBron, right. Those are the those are the three choices for biggest and LeBron might finish. Third, there might. And so he's it's being reported that this payment was made and God's his assuming guilt because a settlement payment was made. And if. If that's true, I think a lot of people would that would be their position that even though it's not true, sometimes you pay just to get these things away from you. Right? But something that bad Dan for me like, so when I read a story like this and the starting point is and it and it has been reported that there was a settlement payment made. I believe her. Listen guilt? Yes, had I because listen, the charges are so bad. If you had conviction, if you didn't do the payment, the allegations allegations allegations, we still bad, but this is a bad place for you to be discussing this because you're reckless with the details. But I would say that stugatz opinion is probably man. Look, I don't need to even look at the internet to know what men are saying about about this woman in terms of money grabbing and everything else. The stuff that happens when men feel wrong. This is an ugly environment for all of that stuff because I've told you many times around here. I honestly can't tell from the reaction of men sometimes if they love women or hate them, like I honestly can't tell because of how they react to situations like this where a woman might feel helpless. She's making public accusation here that yes, results in money. But what comes with that is this, and I'm not sure anybody wants what comes with this after you. Feel like you've already been sexually abused. Then on top of that, you have these anonymous men from all over the globe climbing over each other to tell you what happened that night when they weren't there and to tell you what happened that night in the most smearing way possible for someone who already feels like a victim part of the allocation in which she tells her side to the German news magazine Spiegel is that after this alleged incident happened, Rinaldo apologize saying he's usually gentleman and nondisclosure agreement was agreed to under four hundred thousand American dollars. Some would say that's worth just at price alone in not having to send the tweet out and putting this in the news stream right now because Rinaldo yes, four, four Rinaldo that isn't amount of money you pay. If you've been if you've dabbled in questionable behavior, if just so it never sees the light of day if you have as much money as that dude has and you Andrew lawyer up and get advice. If you could pay to make it go away, you would pay to make it go while she argued, she felt pressure not only from Rinaldo side, but her own attorney to sign the NDA and she's obtained new representation. I don't know what is funnier you trying to address this topic wearing what you're wearing or you being credible again, and again, by naming the German magazine, this is the blonde James, and you're listening to the Dan lebatardshow on ESPN radio.

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