19 Burst results for "Roberto Martinez"

"roberto martinez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Watch while doing this we're not going marchers were allowed to cross back into Brooklyn park as the city prepares for phase one of re opening on Monday the MTA's released its plan to return to regular service with some caveats W. N. Y. C.'s Steven Nelson reports the MTA plans to increase how often trains are running but those overnight closures from one AM to five AM will still be in effect face masks will be required and both the city and state are providing millions of them to be distributed at stations still the MTA says it does not support the arrest or ticketing of anyone who does not wear a mask other changes writers will notice social distancing floor markers and hand sanitizer dispensers despite the return to regular service the MTA is still urging nonessential workers to consider other forms of transportation and asking businesses to stagger work shifts whenever possible all to reduce crowding on the buses and trains as protests continue New York city buses are finding themselves caught in the middle of fluid demonstrations last weekend the NYPD attempted to commandeer a bus to transport people arrested but the driver refused MTA bus driver Roberto Martinez saw video of the incident on social media and says he would do the same thing you're asking me to transport people for exercising their right to legally congregate and peacefully protest them out I wouldn't comply with that directive and then I guess you would have to throw me in handcuffs and take me with them as well the MTA policy is that police officers can take over buses in emergency situations but also the drivers may decline to drive if they choose partly sunny skies this morning then cloudy with showers and thunderstorms this afternoon we'll see highs today in the lower eighties right now it's a beautiful sixty.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"One of them. Just a house. It was a house. We just finished remodeling. It. It was beautiful in all fourteen thousand homes were destroyed in that small town a paradise a mural in Koreatown is being taken down some people who live in the area say it depicts the Japanese imperial flag. It was painted on a building at Robert F Kennedy community schools more than two years ago by mural artist, Bo Stanton. Objectively. This is not the right thing on flag. It's not red and white with a joint rich circle in the middle. Still Roberto Martinez local district central superintendent for LA unified said he made the decision to remove the mural after community members said they were offended by it. We believe, but when it divides the community, then we have to make decisions where to go next. He says the plan is to remove it over winter break and then work with the community toward commissioning a new art piece in Koreatown, Margaret, caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. So, you know, Diana. I know it's kind of clearing up outside outside of our windows. But those roadways are still very slick out there. So you'll definitely want to keep it tuned here to KNX we have traffic updates every ten minutes on the fines. Because as you know. I mean, sometimes they don't drain very well because we just haven't had so much rain, and I'm wild debris loads of all things like that. And all the trouble spots that we always have when we get these winter storms. It happened today. We had the five freeway flood, and they had to close it down at the one seventy and we had snow. In the great vitamin all the stuff, we all know it. But it doesn't happen all the time. So boy, we got surprised by that today..

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Sports flash bell if anyone missed a world cup this afternoon you missed the great quarterfinal matchup between belgium and brazil belgium lead it one nil after an owngoal by brazil in the first half and they were looking for more on the thirty first minutes john strong fox on the call brazil did score in the seventy six minutes on a wasn't enough as belgium wins it to one they advanced to the semifinals where they will face france next the french defeated uruguay to nell nba news tony parker was a spur for seventeen years winning five titles but now he's moving on reportedly set to sign a two year ten million dollar deal with the hornets and carmelo anthony also moving on from the thunder and appears the team and carmelo working on a trade or a buyout that would make the ten time all star free agent and dwight howard expected to sign a two year eleven million dollar deal with the wizards the baseball one final from today the red snap the cubs six game winning streak hang on for three to win tyler molly the victory allowing just run and six and a third frames games now underway the pirates in early one nothing lead on the phillies top of the second also top do the nationals and marlins scoreless that adds coming off that incredible comeback last night bottom one the yankees bluejays are scoreless anand atop the second the as of jumped out on the indians to nothing also top two mets and raise scoreless top of the second the rangers one nothing lead on the tigers at wimbledon venus williams falls in three sets serena williams advances though and on the men's side roger federer straightset winner and according to dolph dot com tiger woods phil.

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Roberto Martinez gets Belgium's tactics right to beat Tite and Brazil

24 Hour News

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Roberto Martinez gets Belgium's tactics right to beat Tite and Brazil

"Sports flash bell if anyone missed a world cup this afternoon you missed the great quarterfinal matchup between belgium and brazil belgium lead it one nil after an owngoal by brazil in the first half and they were looking for more on the thirty first minutes john strong fox on the call brazil did score in the seventy six minutes on a wasn't enough as belgium wins it to one they advanced to the semifinals where they will face france next the french defeated uruguay to nell nba news tony parker was a spur for seventeen years winning five titles but now he's moving on reportedly set to sign a two year ten million dollar deal with the hornets and carmelo anthony also moving on from the thunder and appears the team and carmelo working on a trade or a buyout that would make the ten time all star free agent and dwight howard expected to sign a two year eleven million dollar deal with the wizards the baseball one final from today the red snap the cubs six game winning streak hang on for three to win tyler molly the victory allowing just run and six and a third frames games now underway the pirates in early one nothing lead on the phillies top of the second also top do the nationals and marlins scoreless that adds coming off that incredible comeback last night bottom one the yankees bluejays are scoreless anand atop the second the as of jumped out on the indians to nothing also top two mets and raise scoreless top of the second the rangers one nothing lead on the tigers at wimbledon venus williams falls in three sets serena williams advances though and on the men's side roger federer straightset winner and according to dolph dot com tiger woods phil.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"This isn't an official medical opinion because i'm not qualified but i'll be honest i don't think he looked like he was moving particularly well southgate's giving less away than roberto martinez he certainly hinted at making changes of course hurricane isn't going to want to be on the bench because he's trying to win that golden boot top scorer at the tournament so far with five goals but there will be changes but not the ten that roberto martinez he's claiming he might make for belgium steve crossman thank you very much following a hip hop nation which kept him from playing for almost a year andy murray has won his first match at eastbourne tournament he produced an encouraging performance and he beats stanford rinker andy murray will play college tomorrow here are the tips they run beverly five o'clock number two foxy boy and then we're off to brighton five fifteen number five dove mountain at nine o'clock this morning we begin the bbc wreath lectures twenty eighteen history of war and society general for the elder who had presided over the german victory over france in eighteen seventy warned in one of his last public statements he said we have moved from cabinet will is to people's was and he said those will have incalculable consequences the historian margaret macmillan when the passions of the peoples are involved it's very hard to stop them he said seventy is thirty years who knows and woe to him who sets your polite who puts the first few powder keg reflexes twenty begin on bbc radio four this morning at nine and the weather it's going to be very warm.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on WEEI

"Four goals in this tournament zubin he's in great form for belgium coming off these inform with manchester united i thought the way he played today setup the way belgium looks going forward especially in the final third back to back games with multiple goals for little cocco last person do that diego maradona in nineteen eightysix a soccer power index pretty much says you can dance belgium penguin gifts themselves a winner draw against panama tomorrow they will move on as well so not too much mystery at the top of group jade lisa's far too will advance to the knockout stage goes but speaking of a knockout five goal performance how impressed or you with belgium i'm impressed but look at who they're playing they're playing in panama so my one question for the belgian national team and our good friend roberto martinez espn is the first time they see adversity what is going to be their reaction they still gave up two goals to tunisia today so my big concern is not about the quality of the attacking player on this team four five world class players defensively they're not one hundred percent on the same page and in the round of sixteen if you go up against colombia if you go up against mexico whoever you go up against in that scenario i'm not sure this team's fully prepared how they deal with adversity more than likely it's gonna come in the round of sixteen that's going to say a lot about this team because going forward they've got the quality to go to the semi finals it's the other way i still have huge question marks about was belgium one of the teams to look out for this year's world cup espn afc's steve nicol with alexis nunez how good are belgium looking thank you going forward there's no question they have plenty plenty of weapons lukaku has others you said matignon the scoresheet came on probably should have had a hattrick but go yourself a goal so going forward paying quite open which eventually did hurts and easier but still yeah so again roberto martinez yes.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Has got four goals in this tournament zubin he's in great form for belgium coming off decent form with manchester united i thought the way he played today set up the way belgium looks going forward especially in the final third back to back games with multiple goals for lucado the last person do that diego maradona in nineteen eightysix soccer power index pretty much says you can advance belgium england gifts themselves a winner draw against panama tomorrow they will move on as well so not too much mystery at the top of group g at least as far more advanced to the knockout stage goes but speaking of a knockout five goal performance how impressed or you with belgium i'm impressed but look at who they're playing they're playing in panama so my one question for the belgian national team and our good friend roberto martinez espn is the first time they see adversity what is going to be their reaction they still gave up two goals to tunisia today so my big concern is not about the quality of the attacking player on this team four five world class players defensively they're not one hundred percent on the same page and in the round of sixteen if you go up against colombia if you go up against mexico whoever you go up against in that scenario i'm not sure this team fully prepared how they deal with adversity more than likely it's going to come in the round of sixteen that's going to say a lot about this team because going forward they've got the quality to go to the semifinals it's the other way i still have huge question marks about belgium one of the teams to look out for at this year's world cup espn afc's steve nicol with alexis nunez how good are belgium looking think he'd to see going forward there's no question they have plenty plenty of weapons lukaku has others you said mountains done gone to school she came on probably should have had a hot track but go yourself a goal quite open which eventually did hurts an easier but still.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"A couple of chances are quite open which eventually did hurts an easier but still can a harpoon to what you said the plan site in england team england again who i think going forward the now defensively show we will find out whether the roberto martinez has done a bike lane between no i'm the england game belgium eight goals through two games at this year's world cup i'm john rider thanks for listening to sportscenter allnight espn radio espn app and sirius xm channel eighty nba offseason headlined by what's the next move for lebron james does he stay in cleveland or does he go elsewhere again espn senior writer scoop jackson talks with some fans in cleveland on how much lebron james means to the city at not just in terms of his play on the court a lot of unknowns about the bras next move for one thing we know for sure if he decided to leave cleveland for the second time the konami is going to change no player in the history of sports has done more for an economy that lebron james the local chamber of commerce tells needs attributed to hundreds of millions of dollars do you believe again got to be scalp all parts for the there's more stability this time now than it was before i think the sky will fall no i do not what we take a little bit of a head.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on WEEI

"Four goals in this tournament zubin he's in great form for belgium coming off these inform with manchester united i thought the way he played today setup the way belgium looks going forward especially in the final third back to that games with multiple goals for the cocco last person do that diego maradona in one thousand nine hundred eighty six a soccer power index pretty much says you can dance belgium england gifts themselves a winner draw against panama tomorrow they will move on his wealth and not too much mystery at the top of group g at least as far more advanced to the knockout stage goes but speaking of a knockout five goal performance how impressed or you with belgium i'm impressed but look at who they're playing they're playing in panama so my one question for the belgian national team and our good friend roberto martinez espn is the first time they see adversity what is going to be their reaction they still give up two goals to tunisia today so my big concern is not about the quality of the attacking player on this team four five world class players defensively they're not one hundred percent on the same page and in the round of sixteen if you go up against colombia if you go up against mexico whoever you go up against in that scenario i'm not sure this team fully prepared how they deal with adversity more than likely it's going to come in the round of sixteen that's going to say a lot about this team because going forward they've got the quality to go to the semi finals it's the other way i still have huge question marks about belgium one of the teams to look out for this year's world espn afc's steve nicol with alexis nunez how good are belgium looking you think going forward.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Roberto martinez is the manager and the director of football is michael zork from dortmund and getting the initial interview some of these guys i knew before like shami alonzo christian pulisic other guy they had an interview before and i kind of tried to maximize some relationships i had with the clubs themselves for my first interviews and i did a sports illustrated series out of the first interviews and that kind of got me in the door to talk about in detail what these guys had learned about the craft of their position over the years and then once they saw the product in sports illustrated i went back to them and said to me meet up a few more times for this book and i think from an access perspective that helped a lot of the top clubs and players and european soccer wannabe bigger in the state and so i think that helps sometimes with with us media i think sometimes they're willing to get more access to us media than they are to their own media over there i've tried to you that over the years for sports illustrated but also for this book signed it's always interesting at least in my experiences and i haven't had nearly as many as you dealing with soccer stars from around the world but i've had some germans and i don't want to generalize too much i find are more willing to tell you candidly things about the game and things about themselves and their opponents then many of the others is that something cultural and the game in germany maybe it is you know i mean i've had a lot of good experiences with germany players over the years they they all speak it seems like to me really good english and they don't realize it and at first and then they just start jabbering away in english and it's great but beyond that there is an openness i think two germans and i tried to take the people who would participate in this book do i thought would be good at at being candid at being insightful i mean the fact of the matter is and you know this that the vast majority of really good athletes aren't always great at explaining their gift verbally and so.

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Episode 8: Alberto "Alpo" Martinez

The Undersiders

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Episode 8: Alberto "Alpo" Martinez

"Washington DC nineteen Ninety-one. A young yorker amidst murderer. Fourteen people. One of them is his best friend in partner for him. It wasn't personal. It was just business once known as the mayor of Haarlem, inspiring artists like Jay z fifty cent his name lives in infamy as the ultimate symbol of trail. This is the story of Bertone Getty's Martinez aka Alpo. Alberta was born on June eighth nineteen sixty six. He grew up in east Harlem, aka Spanish, Harlem. A Trulia, Rican, Avella patio. It's a well known hub for Puerto Rican experts. Most families living today have parents and grandparents coming from the island to New York. During the fifties and sixties. The neighborhood was an up and coming place to live back then. But a finance crisis struck the city during the nineteen seventy when major cities including the your stop getting federal funding soon. Predominantly black and latte, neighborhoods like Harlem and the Bronx collapsed completely overwhelmed by drug issues and crime. They became some of the worst places to live in New York. During the seventies local government would abandon them as well. Focusing on funding whiter, neighborhoods and tours, friendly parts of the city. Soon neighborhood. Watch star organizations popped up around Harlem to take care of their people. One of them was the young lords of far left group, Puerto Rican, political activists modeled after the Black Panthers home. They were close to. The New York financial crisis will create some legendary activists, musicians, like to parks court, a Harlem native before becoming the California icon. We know his childhood however, could have been like that of young Roberto Martinez out Berta lived in our body with his mother and two siblings. His older brother Flocco had major psychiatric problems. Alburto was a likable young easy going with the broad smile and a kind nature, everyone loved, but that made them easy target on the hard streets of Harlem. Alberto's mother was protective of breaking up fights. Burt, oh, God quoting because he was getting pushed around by the kids on his block. His mother had put all her hopes into Alberto to keep them off the streets. His mother enrolled him in the fresh air fund a summer camp for young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods every summer at Berta will go live with the Clintons, ah, quiet. Middle class couple who treated him like a member of their family at the Clintons house. He discovered another way of living the good life of middle class. America were houses was tallest four storey buildings and back with the size of playgrounds for young man from Spanish Harlem. This was a life out Bertel could get used to and he wanted that life, whatever it took any planned on making it happen by joining the military as a marine when he turned eighteen, but he'd never get the chance. Holidays don't last forever from the nice houses in the suburbs. Alberto came back home to the grimy streets of Harlem for the school year. Alberta was sick of getting jumped by kids on the street. So we learned to defend himself after school Alberto started boxing, he trained with a friend from the neighborhood Wilfred the radar Benitez one of the best Puerto Rican boxes of all time appro. By the time he was seventeen but need as we're going to win three world titles during his career. Alberta was quite a good fighter, but he never won his battles against poverty, boxing lessons costs more than our Berta could afford. He was tired of running to his mother for everything both physically and financially Alberto drought, boxing dropped out of school and started learning his lessons from the street. It was an unfortunate turning point form. He was so good. He could've turned pro as a team like

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

30:09 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"And you realize that your belgium would play england in group play a team in a country that you are so familiar with the players you will play as new them better than any of this what was your instant emotion in that second was it dread was it delight of something you get either on housing they draw his ban on duty to make it good by winning the game said there's no suggesting many people has asked me is that a good draw is a good joy if you win your games about dr you lose your games in the will cope if you wanna do well you have to be able to face any one it is true that dealings of therefore all the players majority of over players they're going to be sharing dressing rooms up and down the premier league together going through the motions to win football games and then they're going to be facing each other i think it would have been difficult to face england in and knockout face in a way you're going to draw negative out of it what are the two nations under going to go through i think in the group stage you can hope to make the successful slowly for both and you can still progress you told the media that when they secrets about belgium from england oh rust belgium about the england team sent make it more difficult the fact the you know everything about the other team was it as you make it harder to build a tactical games look he's a game that you have to prepare from the understanding of knowing each other is almost a club level game you got the understanding of the styled you got the understanding of the individuals you go the understanding of the expectations in that respect i think he's going to be ah pule football game where the secrets and no going to be developed over the.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Is more important another you get younger players that the been influence in the last two major tournaments to take a leading role in that another lion in just one or two footballers is more reliant on each other how we can become a stronger group but he's a human little dynamics exercise before you can become a football team biggest flashpoints now just the argument about mayo and chips but when you talk about history for this team recent tournaments woke up two thousand forty euro two thousand sixteen uteem promised so much and then damp squib d in the quarterfinals wales how much does an international teams history that past performances play through to the present or his each scored unique display a big role they psychological approach is essential when you go into a very short period of time to be together when you look at the favorites in wool cups is always nations at they've won the will kabul revie that shows you that the previous generation in a way they set a way of becoming a winning team so if you look in the last twenty six twenty seven years these only been five nations and everyone speaks about those because they've done it because they want it so that he's a psychological door that you have to open so it is the vehicle when you gotta brand new generation that they cannot follow the guidelines will a previous generation that won a major tournament in a way that you can see a lot of similarities with what happened in france ninety eight with a nation with an incredible group of players but they did enough that know how of winning a major tournament it happened with spain in two thousand and six of winning that first major trophy our biggest work is going to be to believe two of that psychological believe now we can win a major tournament when we've never done before did you do that if this an inherent about winning in german dna in spanish dna they have the knowledge of going deep into tournaments other lesson nations lag how'd you compensate to take the next step of unity grow into the tournament nothing unique.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"In and then they developed a technical type of football that players had to be very comfortable with the ball the could be gooding won't be one situations and then very openminded openminded and being flexible in ways of playing and that's why when i was in the premier league you always will look into the belgian players as players that they could come in in never give you a problem in terms of understanding of what's needed the team place and that squared sensational in terms of of in the individual quality that a player can have but that team play a mentality and that's goes back to twelve switching years i would say that the belgium for that asian described the direction for everyone to develop a plan in a said the money on the results that he and now the biggest job that we have in hands is sworn it take advantage of this generation but second is making sure that these generation gets follow with all the youngsters that they can fulfill their high standards that these group of players that they've already set mentally adaptable the belgium play and not just in the football thing but also mentally adaptable within europe does a hall at the ten asif mentally they are willing to gave to franz are willing to go to germany they're willing to leave their home go to england and thrive totally i think that's the biggest difference when you see a youngster developing into a footballer but that he can speak three languages that these aware that not everything is so was in the same structure that there are different ways of believing into doing things and wanted to be part of it noblame culture no excuse kulthum on that's probably from mentality point of view we've got probably 95 percent of over squad the plan abroad so they are good footballers that they leave belgium and they become footballing stars that they represent belgium and the got an incredible humble feel about what they do and that's a really good example at everton you when it by mersing yourself in the club dna and its history of uganda balance.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Is almost you know how to do every step when you become an international footballer is almost you need to take control of what you can bring to the group how you can be ready when you need it that is no margin of error international football forces you to be ready whenever the moment comes your way that's add every level but more for their footballer that is on the page and that brings a real sense of responsibility as a footballer that when you go back to the club level is almost that you ready to be mature and bring something to the group rather than wait to what the group demands from you you talk about how as a manager you've gotten used to the variables with which you are grappling with many of which are completely out of your control once they go back to the the club setting how much communication do you have with you players in between games when they are under the control the ags of their club that club manager how'd you communicate when he lateral communication they they see say that that you had the rigor with your players that you follow every single move that they make when a fullpitch on a weekly basis i will be watching probably between twenty five and twenty seven football games when it can seal the players that we follow that is around 45 players but you don't expect the football into our relationship back because it will be on family it would be wrong maybe might be as advantages i been for the last seven seasons in the primary that i know that sometimes international football gets on the way of club football and the other way around so having is unfair to distract players and even though you you almost desperate to share some sort of a common with a playoff what you've seen you need to be very respectful of allowing the player to concentrate the club level and allow them to work towards an x game and prepare the next game because i've been in that position but it is a lot in a way of communicating how are you communicating you big text before that but no you don't go when he gave these the the communication is that you see them perform in on the pitch and is almost a.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"What are going to the introduction rojas uh birth i bohm vanu as they say in wooloo when i lost so agape europe premier league manager at everton the end of your tenure the true challenge you were an eternal optimist as a human being but it was quite a growing that the end white belgium deported aegis crave a complete change polio yapping it goes on to the diversity in the quality of this group of football is that they represent belgian football the opportunity of working in a woke up is unique and special but the difference between club football management and international management they are completely different creatures club football as a manager you with squad the players on the training ground every single day if you have a problem at a position the transfer win they will please god solve that problem international teams you go to war with the all media have and that's such a fleeting beached let me play as paratroop in from all over the wolf a three four days of the time to three training sessions only and then they split in a goal how much can and international manager at chile the obvious differences the contact time with the place and you need to get used to that very very quickly it is true that the globe level work is very very different than international level a globe level you can share the motions of that a win lost you grow in you build into what something international level is more preparation shedding a vision and been very precise with what you're trying to do in order to give clarity to players but you do work so little with the players in truth and you are expected to do so much i mean the pressure is incredible how much does an international manager actually dave in game if you buy sagged the game is exactly the same the preparation for a game in a club maybe you're going to take three four sessions to prepare a game especially in the premier league that you play 3 games in.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"They say something inspirational that just lifts all spirits david moyes when he joined aegis coined the phrase the people's club roberto martinez talked instantly with his eyes long enough about bringing top four football back to goodison park big sam first press conference just kind of scratched his austin said yet a may two robust gia the ags players a great lads and is there for the comments were to kinda paraphrase it's a job for me it is record seventh and the premier league and everton kind of like we're patient a need to procedure it's going to be dirty it's not going to feel very good for reverse but let's get it all bend over and let's get it over and done with shell wait that's why it pretty much feels like dave and i say palme sadness when you think about everton don't you think of a club to avoid prided themselves on pena a positive footballing club yes the the us in la it came a quite clear enough i mean to be honest rubs in the premier league era people who on efforts implants haven't folts about everett's and very much because evanson haven't really put themselves in the conversation very much so i think sam allardyce is exactly what avidsson need right now he's the perfect manager for the job as evidenced by this performance pains me to astel think of the club in that the the the club that with the school of science and me we used to play higher revolt football lewis even a sponsor to in the darkest days and similar vice football it's not to lose football is not downs at set pieces transitions clean sheets hard to gauge too much from this skate against huddersfield who we love but they had lost their last four games by an aggregate score river thank fourteen goals league non schooled interesting thing big sam new managers normally try and signal a big change their first team selection he went unchanged.

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"roberto martinez" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"roberto martinez" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"From the bronx a piece of shit a real sick fuck he slammed his girlfriend's dogs so hard on the floor while that the dog lost his leg day roberto martinez you sick fuck he hurled an eight month old puppy named sassi down the floor uh leggett avenue in the bronx up in hudson point oh man that's may surveillance cameras have video of him doing it slamming the door to the ground the dog fortunately has lived he's got three lays beautiful dog sprightly dog and that's what dogs are men best friend and roberto martinez you are going to have some best friends in prison because there's a lot of lovers in jail and outside you know what they use they use plastic bags for picking up door she you know what they use plastic bags for in jail for people at slam women's dogs on the ground they use it as a condom duke they're going to fucking all up in the cuts roberto martinez you're not getting to wonder bread bag you can ship pag dole oh you you're going to be wishing you had a wonder bread bag duke you get in straight shit pag duke they got the crinkles and wrinkles and all that because you think that people in jail don't love dogs they have nothing better to do than stepped of dudes iq 'cause you probably put hands on the chick i'm looking at the picture this fuck boy little pretty boy.

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