9 Burst results for "Sergio Boost"

"sergio boost" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:51 min | 2 months ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I think maybe the most important one well you know. I'll table that. The first is is their financial crisis because ultimately with barcelona. Jj they're not like they're not the first team to try and cope with life after a superstar leaves every single one of those teams that goes through that they all take a step back like. It's not a crisis for that to happen. I think of the patriots. After brady the bulls after jordan like. That's just when you lose a guy that means that much to your team. It's natural to have this kind of transition phase. We're trying to figure out life after him. The problem with barcelona when when it comes to this is that under normal circumstances if their finances were an order than they make decisions to kind of expedite the process of getting back on track like they're one of the three most prestigious clubs on earth marquee players are always going to want to go play there. The great managers are always going to want to go manage their but if barcelona don't have the funds to accommodate those types of decisions. Then it's gonna slow the process of moving forward for them and now you're gonna have to rely on your academy you're gonna have to rely on low budget or free. Transfers both of which offer no guarantees in terms of pathway to any kind of success. Certainly not the kind of success that they're accustomed to. I mean that we talked about their academy with simon cooper. How just not. It's just not churning out the type of talent that it did. You know fifteen twenty years ago now that ken chain. I'm not saying that that's a permanent change. But like if that's what they're relying on now until they get their finances in order than it's it's going to be trouble for them and then the other crisis and this is the one that graham identifies as being their biggest crisis is what he calls a loss of their modern football identity. He talked about their yeah. He writes messi xavi. Ronaldinho danny alvis. Sergio boost gets samuel. Eto luis suarez gerard peak and carlos were exceptional individuals but what elevated their teams above. The some of the parts was the entire concept of how to play the johann christ pep guardiola concept of possessional and positional. Football has been consistently eroded over a number of years and recently abandoned altogether. They're lost like that's what he's saying is. This is a team that has lost. Its way their identity is gone. Their finances are gone and so where does that leave them as a club. They're just kind of in this weird nether zone that we don't ever see this club in so i don't think like i've said the past couple of weeks that i i don't necessarily believe that. Barcelona are going to be bad this year. I think they could still be a decent team. I i still think it's possible that they challenged Atop the table but like where there where this is all headed is frightening. this is a downward trajectory. And i don't know that there's a quick fix here. Well there might not be but there might be a reset and you're right about getting calintaan butcher also right about the dna and on the identity of the team being taken away. And i'm not saying graham. Says it should be done. But he does suggest that zavarei shouldn't be managing he he blunt. I says that they should get him. Now does this. I mean he. He makes it pretty clear that should be their manager. I'm trying to remember exactly how he phrased it bought. Yeah he kinda. He shouldn't be in outside Managing outside and in qatar. That he should be he might be the only one who still holds that flam for that kind of football and that he might be the reset. Because i wonder if you were if you are one of the poor reading graham hundreds article dot is the picking up the phone and you're saying how quickly can you be here. Because i another wrinkle to this this fires- this disaster is dot. Kumon and laporta are now sniping at each other in public and that relationship seems to be in the toilet soy knuckle and get javale. No campy any worse. Well but here's why again barcelona's financial situation is like can they can afford to be paying two managers at once. You're gonna if you fire coom and you gotta pay him out and then you've got you're not getting any are not getting javi for free. He's gonna like technically they can't afford to be paying anyone. But i'm saying adding like you're just looking at their books. It's like okay. So we're in bryn complete an utter financial ruin. Oh now you wanna pay to managers like we're going the wrong way here. Fellas lay so they might just have to kind of grin and bear it with kumon while they're going to be using the it seems they'll be using to if they do go to get jerry they'll be using the last of the r-acton money to pay to pay off to get him out of the club because that is coming to an end according to the article too so a shirt sponsor is another problem and You know being reading a little bit of odious milan in the last twenty four hours and they may have to do what gazeta's did ac milan. Which is try and find new and inventive revenue streams to help them out. What a mess man. it doesn't it just. I don't know look how quickly it look. How quickly it's it's gone this way. Now they were being eroded over few seasons but they always had andrew. They always had that link to that early period of greatness and and now it's gone and and with him gone anne vestige of guardiola's amazing qatif deady bolton in barcelona. It's all gone now. All right next one you ready. Yes sir This is from sky sports and they said alarm bells for blank. I don't want to say the name because that'll give it away. Who are the long bells ringing for georgia. Oh if if if this guy sports if if you've been across Uk twitter soccer twitter than it can only be. Harry can that's correct you're killing it. You are very well read but these are the big stories andrew. You're right extra layups. Read all about it Yeah harry kane. He's yet to score primary goal. This season It's the first time since two thousand fifteen that he's failed to find the net in his first four appearances and it comes after summer in which he attempted to push the remove to city of course Which did not happen So i saw this. From jamie o'hara former tottenham player on talksport And he said this about cain. And i'm curious what you make of it. He said when it was berg wine lucas and sun up front. We sat in. we were composed. We soaked up the pressure and tried to hit teams on the counter-attack harry kane has come back and he's trying to do everything for some parts of the game. He's playing as a holding midfielder O'hara goes on jayjay to basically say that they were better off without him I better off without him. No i don't agree with that. I understand what he's saying about. You know kane dropping off and it was something that we saw develop during the marino period where he drop into a deeper position almost sometimes like a number ten..

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"sergio boost" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:51 min | 2 months ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I think maybe the most important one well you know. I'll table that. The first is is their financial crisis because ultimately with barcelona. Jj they're not like they're not the first team to try and cope with life after a superstar leaves every single one of those teams that goes through that they all take a step back like. It's not a crisis for that to happen. I think of the patriots. After brady the bulls after jordan like. That's just when you lose a guy that means that much to your team. It's natural to have this kind of transition phase. We're trying to figure out life after him. The problem with barcelona when when it comes to this is that under normal circumstances if their finances were an order than they make decisions to kind of expedite the process of getting back on track like they're one of the three most prestigious clubs on earth marquee players are always going to want to go play there. The great managers are always going to want to manage their but if barcelona don't have the funds to accommodate those types of decisions. Then it's gonna slow the process of moving forward for them and now you're gonna have to rely on your academy you're gonna have to rely on low budget or free. Transfers both of which offer no guarantees in terms of pathway to any kind of success. Certainly not the kind of success that they're accustomed to. I mean that we talked about their academy with simon cooper. How just not. It's just not churning out the type of talent that it did. You know fifteen twenty years ago now that ken chain. I'm not saying that that's a permanent change. But like if that's what they're relying on now until they get their finances in order than it's it's going to be trouble for them and then the other crisis and this is the one that graham identifies as being their biggest crisis is what he calls a loss of their modern football identity. He talked about their. Yeah he writes messy jovi andreessen. Yester- ronaldinho danny alvis. Sergio boost gets samuel. Eto luis suarez gerard pique and carlos. Julio were exceptional individuals but what elevated their teams above the some of the parts was the entire concept of how to play the johann christ pep guardiola concept of possessional and positional. Football has been consistently eroded over a number of years and recently abandoned altogether. They're lost like that's what he's saying is. This is a team that has lost. Its way their identity is gone. Their finances are gone and so where does that leave them as a club. They're just kind of in this weird nether zone that we don't ever see this club in so i don't think like i've said the past couple of weeks that i i don't necessarily believe that. Barcelona are going to be bad this year. I think they could still be a decent team. I i still think it's possible that they challenged Atop the table but like where there where this is all headed is frightening. this is a downward trajectory. And i don't know that there's a quick fix here. Well there might not be but there might be a reset and you're right about getting calintaan butcher also right about the dna and on the identity of the team being taken away. And i'm not saying graham. Says it should be done. But he does suggest that zavarei shouldn't be managing he he blunt. I says that they should get him. Now does this. I mean he. He makes it pretty clear that should be their manager. I'm trying to remember exactly how he phrased it bought. Yeah he kinda. He shouldn't be in outside Managing outside and in qatar. That he should be he might be the only one who still holds that flam for that kind of football and that he might be the reset. Because i wonder if you were if you are one of the porta reading graham hundreds article dot is the picking up the phone and you're saying how quickly can you be here. Because i another wrinkle to this this fires- this disaster is dot. Kumon and laporta are now sniping at each other in public and that relationship seems to be in the toilet soy knuckle and get javy no campy any worse. Well but here's why again barcelona's financial situation is like can they can afford to be paying two managers at once you're gonna if you fire coup and you gotta pay him out and then you've got you're not getting any. You're not getting savvy for free. He's gonna lactate technically they can't afford to be paying anyone but i'm saying adding like you're just looking at their books. It's like okay so we're in. We're in complete and utter financial ruin. Oh now you wanna pay to managers like we're going the wrong way here. Fellas lay so they might just have to kind of grin and bear it with kumon while they're going to be using the it seems they'll be using to if they do go to get jerry they'll be using the last of the r-acton money to pay to pay off to get him out of the club because that is coming to an end according to the article too so a shirt sponsor is another problem and You know being reading a little bit of odious milan in the last twenty four hours and they may have to do what gazeta's did ac milan. Which is try and find new and inventive revenue streams to help them out. What a mess man. it doesn't it just. I don't know look how quickly it look. How quickly it's it's gone this way. Now they were being enrolled it over few seasons but they always had andrew they always had that link to that early period of greatness and and now it's gone and and with him gone anne vestige of guardiola's amazing cathedral deady bolton in barcelona. It's all gone now. All right next one you ready. Yes sir This is from sky sports and they said alarm bells for blank. I don't want to say the name because that'll give it away. Who are the bells ringing for georgia. Oh if if if this guy sports if if you've been across Uk twitter soccer twitter than it can only be. Harry can that's correct you're killing it. You are very well read but these are the big stories andrew. You're right extra layups. Read all about it Yeah harry kane. He's yet to score primary goal. This season It's the first time since two thousand fifteen that he's failed to find the net in his first four appearances and it comes after summer in which he attempted to push the remove to city of course Which did not happen So i saw this. From jamie o'hara former tottenham player on talksport And he said this about cain. And i'm curious what you make of it. He said when it was berg wine lucas and sun up front. We sat in. we were composed. We soaked up the pressure and tried to hit teams on the counter-attack harry kane has come back and he's trying to do everything for some parts of the game. He's playing as a holding midfielder O'hara goes on jayjay to basically say that they were better off without him I better off without him. No i don't agree with that. I understand what he's saying about. You know kane dropping off and it was something that we saw develop during the marino period where he drop into a deeper position almost sometimes like a number ten..

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"sergio boost" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

GSMC Soccer Podcast

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast

"Welcome back to the. Gmc soccer podcast. If you missed the last segment we talked about the gold cup. I give you my experience at the gold cup. Preliminary rounds and just talked about how the How the competition has gone so far. And who i believe is gonna come out on top of you guys. Want to check that out. Please go ahead and do so. But now we're getting into the good stuff. The top ten senator defensive midfielders in the world One of the most important positions as it deals with you know anchoring the defense helping out the in the back line but also being able to push the ball forward and get the ball in the right position to start the attack so These are very important players in each of their squads. So let's get started with number ten a guy who has been on this type of list for a while now and that as sergio boost gets compared to last year's list i had skits at number six so he's dropped four Four spots in the rankings. But i mean he's still an amazing senator defensive midfielder one of the best passers on this list with ninety one point seven pass. Completion percentage per ninety minutes. That's in the ninety six percentile any completes pretty much. The most passes that anyone at this position with ninety six passes per game He's super good at getting the ball. Forward finding the right players in the attack to to get it started those progressive passes. He gets about seven point five completed per ninety minutes. It's in the ninety eighth percentile. And he's still a very solid defender not at the best of the best anymore but he still gets about. Two point five tackles for ninety minutes in the sixty seventh percentile. And about one point five aerials errol duels one per game. That's in the sixty nine th percentile One of the smartest guys on this list as you would expect for for a while still and even lovely guy you need to get five assists. You could tell that he still one of the better playmakers at this position Sergio sketches to someone that you know even at thirty three years old can still play with the best of them and that's why he's there at barcelona and is an integral piece to what they do and and why. They had a resurgence throughout the season. So sergio skits comes in at number ten and number nine. We have a new player on the list. We have georgina. I feel like the gino gets a lot of hate for you. Know just being a little inconsistent at times but he is still one of the best. Senator defensive midfielders in the world needs to be recognized as such and he's also one of the best penalty. Kick takers in the world with that. Little hope hop gather before he goes and takes the kick although his save is a his goal is penalty kick was saved at the most recent euro finals He's still able to win that and now he's got a champions league final win and euro win in twenty twenty one Pretty great resume for the year so far and should be in the discussion for balloon or his play. Continues this way But you just look at what he does. He's he's one of the better defenders at this position gets about two point one interceptions per ninety minutes. That's in the ninety four th percentile. He's also an incredible passer graded you know controlling the temple. The game you want someone that that makes you feel at ease and controls the tempo and doesn't turn over the ball very often. Dzhergenia is that type of guy. He passes it very author. Seventy three point four passes per game and completes almost ninety percent of them. That's up a ninety. One eighty nine percentile among midfielders over the past year. He's also very good at getting. Those progressive passes out. And like i said man to go along with with pretty much. Guaranteed penalty kicks. He is amongst the best and he doesn't mind getting his body in the way almost two blocks per ninety minutes it's in the eighty first percentile and he's also very good tackler and he puts a lot of pressure on the ball. He's got a great work rate and can do a lot of different things on the field. And it's just one of those midfielders that chelsea would not have been as good as they were the season without At number eight we have marcello broke. This is one of my favorite midfielders from last season. Didn't have as crazy as over year but still was absolutely integral inter. Milan's said he Title-winning season he does fall three spots under his. I believe five Last season so you know didn't have as great of a year but it also has to do with some other guys that are just absolutely bald this past season You know he's an amazing playmaker gets about eighty seven point. Five percent of his passes completed about seventy six passes per ninety minutes The progressive passes are incredible. He knows how to get guys the ball in transition and on the run six point three progressive passes almost six point. Four per ninety minutes in the ninetieth percentile and you look at his contributions on the offense event. I mean among the champion between the champions league and said he's got seven assists and two goals can do a little bit of everything. The only thing is that his defense was not act that same level this season as it was last season. That's why dropped him a bit But he still incredible. Senator central defensive midfielder Twenty eight years old still has a chance to be at the top of this list. is an incredible talent. And i feel he's one of the good ones out there man. I mean a guy that can do a little bit of everything just needs to get a little bit more consistent on that defensive end but i mean what he does with. The ball is almost amongst the best on this list entirely so marcello but also comes in at number eight and number seven. We have a guy that i listed near the. I think i had him at top three last season. But you know some injuries certainly did not help but he was still amongst the best if not the best defender in the in the midfield. This season wilfred indeedy dropped four spots from his From from where. I had him last year. Still an incredible passer. Eight percent pass completion That's an eighty first percentile. So he's great with the ball but the number one thing that that makes wolford indeedy so good is his ball winning ability just as ability. Interceptions tackles put pressure on the ball. Get put his body in the way. Whatever you need he can do it. He's in the ninety eight or ninety. Seven percent tile and above in tackles with four point two almost four point three per ninety minutes interceptions with two point four blocks with two point six in clearances with about three per ninety minutes and he's also very good in the air. So i mean you want an anchor. That's wilfred indeedy. And the only reason he's in seventh and not in the top five is because of the injuries yet to deal with this season so he couldn't off get off the.

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"sergio boost" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:12 min | 6 months ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Wow yeah loud drip water player for rail madrid and barcelona. Don't you know one of the one of the few. He's attack minded but not afraid to help out defensively as well Only sergio boost completed more tackles for barcelona midfielders and we're talking about an eighteen year old. That's that's eight beyond his years for stats like that and did you know. Jj also he's he's one of three players eighteen or younger in europe's top five leagues with ten plus goal involvements in all competitions this season flurry and birt's was one with fifteen and the other one was i. Don't tell me young geo raina. Yeah anytime you're comparing a guy gio raina then you know there's something there but here's now i had to put this nj classic danny from this european championships worry. He did play three thousand five hundred twenty nine minutes. This season across all competitions most of any teenager in europe's top five leagues. I hope those eighteen year old legs are ready for a big tournament. Well his his aiding dragging down the spanish average nicely so they sit in around twenty six years of age as the team average age. Twenty eight hundred minutes. It's in the third percentile area. It's below england. It's below germany france. Portugal you've studied this graph. I picture you with like goggles on and beakers around you and bunsen burners going. And i really do think it matters. I really think it matters so I don't know it sounds like just a lot of numbers and i you know i don't. I don't deal really in math. okay. I'll do it simple for andrew. Some of the occurs might be tired. Oh now it makes sense alright. Jj darkhorse from this group. Who do you think i know. We just talked about eleven dusky and poland equally levin doc- but they have some really good experienced players creko via click from leeds. United bednarik from so them. Ten zilenski a creative force. You're gonna need him to be on fire for poland to prosper there a better site than we're probably giving them credit for this in this Grew preview but Yeah they could do something Yeah i i kind of said sweden. Even though i don't know their performance at the last world cup maybe takes out of the category of being a dark horse. But i don't know. I i still put them. They've done well against high level competition lately. Which i think bodes well for a major tournament. Other manager yanni anderson recently said this. He said we've been playing against some of the best teams in. The world is past year spain france. Croatia and portugal. I think played good. Gains learned a lot from this experience. We know that we have performance At the top level hopefully we can use what we have learned to be a better and sharper team in the upcoming euros. I think that's a good thing To play in the build up to a tournament to play great teams so they won't be afraid. They did well at the last tournament and i give him a good shot here. And maybe alexander isaac twenty international caps six goals and seventy goals in the league of for real sociedad. Maybe he can emerge into the mantel that has been left by that any brnovich and and make an inference until i see his minutes played versus a to that. I'm not really sure finally. Jj is team in this group that you give no shot. I don't give shot to slovakia reliant on handshake Greg minnesota united will be there. Dubrovka zookeeper but sam the most. They can hope to do as dense sweden. And if they can do that. Maybe the maybe the chance. Well an eight-match unbeaten streak. Yeah and you talked about their road in you. Know extra time against or penalties against ireland. Extra time it gets northern ireland. So they know they know how to ground out. Tough wins in high pressure situations. I don't know. I would say know what no that wasn't. It was twenty sixteen euro qualifying when they beat spain. Who they'll see in this group. So you know what i i would say no. There's not a team this that give shot. It wouldn't stunned me if slovakia wound up as one of the top four third-place teams. Okay fair all right. The wheel gan spin. Oh a classic top of the charts. Jj we used to do this in our world cup group previews for every single nation. We would play for you as our intro into talking about that. That side for our group previews we play the number one song currently from that country and so we've landed on that for the wheel now. I don't have all the countries here. I have spain ready for spain. This is toto not by rahula. Here we go go. Don't us on what we think. I like it. I like it too. He's like.

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"sergio boost" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:12 min | 6 months ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Wow yeah loud drip water player for rail madrid and barcelona. Don't you know one of the one of the few. He's attack minded but not afraid to help out defensively as well Only sergio boost completed more tackles for barcelona midfielders and we're talking about an eighteen year old. That's that's eight beyond his years for stats like that and did you know. Jj also he's he's one of three players eighteen or younger in europe's top five leagues with a plus goal. Involvements in all competitions this season and birt's was one with fifteen and the other one was i. don't tell me young geo raina. Yeah anytime you're comparing a guy gio raina. Then you know. There's something there. But here's now i had to put this nj classic davani from this european championships. Worry he did play three thousand five hundred twenty nine minutes. This season across all competitions most of any teenager in europe's top five leagues. I hope those eighteen year old legs are ready for a big tournament. Well his his aiding dragging down the spanish average nicely so they sit in around twenty six years of age as the team average age. Twenty eight hundred minutes. It's in the third percentile area. It's below england. It's below germany france. Portugal you've studied this graph. I picture you with like goggles on and beakers around you and bunsen burners going. And i really do think it matters. I really think it matters so I don't know it sounds like just a lot of numbers and i you know i don't. I don't deal really in math. okay. I'll do it simple for andrew. Some of the occurs might be tired. Oh now it makes sense alright. Jj darkhorse from this group. Who do you think i know. We just talked about eleven dusky and poland equally levin doc- but they have some really good experienced players creko via click from leeds united bednarik from southampton zilenski. A creative force. You're gonna need him to be on fire for poland to prosper there a better site than we're probably giving them credit for this in this Grew preview but yet they could do something Yeah i i kind of said sweden. Even though i don't know their performance at the last world cup maybe takes out of the category of being a dark horse. But i don't know. I i still put them. They've done well against high level competition lately. Which i think bodes well for a major tournament. Other manager yanni anderson recently said this. He said we've been playing against some of the best teams in the world is past year. Spain france and portugal. I think played good. Gains learned a lot from this experience. We know that we have performance At the top level hopefully we can use what we have learned to be a better and sharper team in the upcoming euros. I think that's a good thing To play in the build up to a tournament to play great teams so they won't be afraid they did well the last tournament and i give him a good shot here. And maybe alexander. Isaac twenty international caps six goals and seventy goals in the league of for real sociedad. Maybe he can emerge into the mantel that has been left by that any brnovich and and make an inference. I dunno until. I see his minutes played versus a to that. I'm not really sure finally. Jj is team in this group that you give no shot shot to slovakia reliant on handshake Greg minnesota united will be there. Dubrovka zookeeper but sam the most. They can hope to do as dense sweden. And if they can do that maybe the maybe the chance. Well an eight-match unbeaten streak. Yeah and you talked about their road in you. Know extra time against penalties against ireland. Extra time it gets northern ireland. So they know they know how to ground out. Tough wins in high pressure situations. I don't know i would say you know what no that wasn't. It was twenty sixteen euro qualifying when they beat spain. Who they'll see in this group. So i i would say no. There's not a team ministry that give shot. It wouldn't stunned me if slovakia wound up as one of the top four third-place teams. Okay fair all right. The wheel gan spin. Oh a classic top of the charts. Jj we used to do this in our world cup group previews for every single nation. We would play for you as our intro into talking about that. That side for our group previews we play the number one song currently from that country and so we've landed on that for the wheel now. I don't have all the countries here. I have spain ready for spain. This is toto not by rahula. Here we go gauzy. Don't us on what we think. I like it. I like it too. He's like.

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"sergio boost" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ditch. Arturo Vidal Samuel, Um, tt even club legend. Sergio Boost gets. Meanwhile, rack one radio reports. A new manager Ronald Coleman has informed Luis Suarez. He isn't in the club's plans moving forward. The 33 year old is third all time and goals for Barsa with 198 283 appearances. ESPN reporting that Manchester City is crunching numbers to see if Lena little mess he could potentially fit financially if the Barcelona star decides he wants to exit Cam no. While city would need to be concerned about financial fairplay rules, the club wants to do its due diligence if the 33 year old becomes available. Sources say that Patty State German captain Thiago Silva will sign a two year deal of Chelsea. After the 35 year Olds contract in Paris ended with the champions. They lost the buyer Munich on Sunday. The center back joins the Chelsea club that has already brought in team over in ER and Aqim's yes with a move for Biolab acoustic sky. Harvard's imminent Philadelphia 76 years, firing head coach Brett Brown after being swept by the Boston Celtics in four games in a disappointing first round playoff exit. Brown lasted seven years and led the team that three straight playoff appearances. Sports say that Clippers assistant Tyronn Lue as well as Villanova head coach Jay Right, are the leading candidates to replace Brown NHL second round playoff action game won the Islanders leading the Philadelphia Flyers. One to nothing. Andy Green with a goal to 606 mark of the first period. Major League Baseball scoreboard local teams in action heading to the fifth inning in Washington Nationals getting destroyed by the Miami Marlins seven to nothing in about 30 Minutes. First pitch. Oakland is at Texas here on Bloomberg Radio 9 60 in the Bay Area. Dan Schwartzman thatyou're Bloomberg World Sports Update. Home. All right. Thanks very much for that Dan and just reminded to a tune into a special coverage off the Republican National Convention That's going to be tonight on Bloomberg Radio. That'll be hosted by David Western. It'll kicks off a 10 PM at Wall Street time and in terms of the Republican National Convention. We will be discussing that in a moment when we're joined by Rick Davis partner It's starting Court capital, former campaign manager for John McCain's at 2008 run staging for that conversation. This is bowling. I've always economics. All this doom and gloom was out there financed. You See, this is a technical correction. Investment. What are you looking at, to give you some sort of compass Through this period? The Bloomberg surveillance podcast lots and lots of talk about what the Fed should and shouldn't does..

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"sergio boost" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

"We're going to be peppering you with some questions. Are you ready to get pepper? Let'S SPICE IT UP Q. I'm ready to spice it up the first thing I always like to ask. Folks who are running for office is why. Why are you running? Well great question you know. For many many years I helped my mom Gail Sacco and A bunch of community members we Help THE HOMELESS HELP. The poor shared meals with people and You know back in college at UNLV. I got involved with marathon marijuana reform laws and that sort of legislation activism Got Me even more involved with the Democratic Party and when When my mom? Gail Sacco passed last year in August. You know I realize that there's no time like the present and we only have now and twenty twenty with the covert nineteen pandemic with everything that's going on in our city and our state in our world Again you know now is the time to act. We've got so many pressing issues and I figured you know it would be a disservice to my mom to not move forward and take my leadership in the community to the next level. So that's why I'm running so one of the reasons that you're on our show obviously is that you are a progressive in all endeavors. And we've talked about this before again in conversations that have been lost to the sense of time but I was wondering if you could tell us. About how structural challenges sort of present themselves to Democrats like you to progressives like you in the face of trying to you know engage in electoral politics that you're doing now getting elected or even pushing other candidates in Nevada. What are those structural challenges? Like because I know that they're the kind of challenges that you've been taking on for years. Yeah great question and so you know whether we're talking about Democrats or Republicans. I think the real conversation should be about the people in the establishment and let me just define establishment as corporately controlled candidates that have their hands tied basically so when you have. Democratic candidates taking big money contributions like here in Nevada a lot of Democrats and Republicans take contributions from Barrick Gold. Barrick gold is the mining industry giant. They have a sweetheart deal that is built into our state constitution and because that there are taxed very low A. Hiller you know they they They take the resources out of our mountains out of our backyard and And they're often the wind. You know through Utah Up to Canada with the prophets so when we're talking about systemic challenges for progressives what we're talking about is being up against the money machine so being a real progressive to me is about standing up and saying no to the big gaming money no. It's the big pharmaceutical money and no to the big industry money that let's face it when people write you a big check You've got to answer the phone and more than likely you're going to do what they say. So I'm the kind of candidate in this race. The only candidate in this race that has only taken small individual contributions from everyday people like you and I and because of that I am unbought. I'm on bossed and I can speak for the people for the working families of Nevada. We hear that a lot lately from candidates like you and a lot of people who are sort of swearing off that corporate money. But it's tough because it's a lot of money you mentioned all of those industries that come knocking especially when you have a decent chance at a at a seed or a position of power if puts the progressive of the party at odds very frequently with the more corporate led wing of the Party and I just wonder from your perspective a how challenging is it to you never see that I always talk about how Republicans in in some ways. I admire them because you never see them at odds with each other they will find ways to come to come together and and like not invite like that. What is it like to be You know people call purity test or whatever uses nonsense language but like what is it to be at odds with what is it like to be at odds with a whole wing of the party at times. Well it's not a good feeling. Let me be honest in this campaign. I've learned a lot of new things about running a professional respectful respectable campaign. And I'll just give you another example of how the system has rigging behind the scenes. You know we didn't get a whole lot of endorsements official endorsements in this race and I'll tell you why that's because people make inside deals. They have inside relationships. Some of the organizations for instance. They didn't return our phone calls. We didn't get invited to interview and another thing is in the Democratic Party. We see a lot of Checking off boxes so candidates run around from organization to organization and they say I'm this check off a box. I'm that check off a box. And what happens? Is They bank up a whole lot of endorsements that they get to put on their mailer or on their website and essentially they are trying to bamboozle the everyday voter because these organizations are run by a handful of people and these organizations for the most part? They don't survey their membership to do an endorsement. They have a small panel of two sometimes three four or five individuals that are the insiders of those organizations and when they sit down with establishment the insider. Pick what happens. Is they end up writing a check for five thousand dollars which is the maximum in Nevada for the primary? Then they write another check for five thousand dollars in the general and that gives an unfair advantage to the to the democratic insider and again what that means is if we vote for the same old same old people that we see the most billboards the most signs. The most advertisements and these are some of the candidates. Don't even a platform okay. That don't get into specifics. That don't take chances so to speak. And I think the time is now that we elect bold progressive candidates and for Nevada State Assembly district. Sixteen which encompasses by the way all the hotels and casinos. The major ones the airport university. And the Las Vegas Convention Center which when we reopen Nevada that is the powerhouse of our economy and the powerhouse of our middle class. You know I think I'm not candidate in this race because of how we fund raised because of how we've campaigned and hopefully In this in this eleventh hour of the race we can seal the deal and reach the voters with our platform because these are more than ideas. These are these are the plans that will change people's lives and and Ultimately the entire fabric of of our community so gene. I want to give you a chance to ask a few questions too but I wanna also let all of our listeners know that we are taking live Q. and A. and we will try to get to as many of your questions as possible Old Friend of mine former politico Editor Sergio boost those who now is at the South Florida Sun Sentinel running. They're running their opinion pages over there. Dropped the question. Joe Would you support a constitutional amendment to get money out of politics absolutely in a word absolutely in fact? Not only getting money out of out of politics. Which we do that. In a number of ways we could create laws in our states that ban large contributions from packs. We could do a state level. overturning of citizens united which allows corporations to be treated like people and Let's see what else can we do? We also have a more fair electoral system and instill something called runoff voting. Or in some states they call it fusion voting. Where let's say there's three Democrats in a race and You know you have a first pick and a second pick but you don't really think that your second pick has a chance because they don't have a lot of money they don't have a lot of clout they don't have a lot of endorsements what a fusion or run off voting system would allow is it would get rid of that spoiler effect and then people could could rank choice. They're they're they're politicians their leaders and I think when we do that as well as open up the system to More third party and non partisan candidates. I think that when we do that we're going to see candidates that represent everyday working. People millennials and underserved groups like the Lgbtq community are black community and especially here in Nevada are Hispanic community. So I wanted to ask you. You've been involved in politics for quite a while. How did you get involved in the first place? Tell us about. Yeah Great Question Gina. I was actually at UNLV. Right here in Nevada. Getting my bachelor's degree in criminal justice and I stumbled upon a very popular nowadays. Plant medicine that we all know and love to be cannabis and frankly without being silly about it. Marijuana just really blew my mind. It opened up a new way of thinking about society when I did my research about the war on drugs. I realized how unfair it was that you know. Middle Upper Class I'm generalizing here. But middle upper class white people were able to get marijuana enjoy marijuana even when they got in trouble. You know you could get a good lawyer and get out of trouble. And then looking around and seeing the disproportionate effect on our black and Brown communities and when I saw that injustice and I tied that in with the the military industrial complex I was just Lit Up no pun intended on politics and I realized that there's many many areas of our society that have these inequalities and from there. I went on to do Years of pro-peace activism and then Discovered groups like food. Not Bombs and. My mom got hooked on the idea that sharing food giving food to people as a right not a privilege and You know and now here. We are today many years later and I've been involved with politics with Iot local seven twenty. I was elected to be an international delegate and we protested at the trump. Hollywood tower in fact I took a lead role on that. And really it's all about speaking truth to power. You know in two thousand sixteen. A lot of people were devastated. A lot of Democrats were very upset. On how things all panned out at the end of the day and I'm here today to say that we really need to start building. Coalitions not only with Democrats but also with our nonpartisan neighbors and friends and family because a lot of our platform which is about healthcare housing education transportation and criminal justice. These are all things that everyday people want commonsense solutions so you know long story short. I just know that life is too short. Life is for the living and I'm here to help make the community better one day at a time and I mean it's real popular now to be active in politics. I mean everybody's doing it which is a good thing. It's a good thing to be progressive but in a way you could say that you've been doing it before it was cool and so you've been doing it for a while. What skills and experience do you bring to the table? Sure yeah well In the twenty five years that I've lived in this district of worn a lot of hats. I've been a member of the Union for Seventeen years so I think my experience working hard doing physically demanding labor supporting our trade show and convention industry here in Las Vegas. You know getting blisters on my hands getting sore feet working..

Nevada Democratic Party Marijuana Barrick Gold UNLV Gail Sacco twenty twenty Nevada State Assembly district Las Vegas Convention Center Las Vegas Hollywood tower Utah Middle Upper Class Canada official A. Hiller airport university Joe Gina
"sergio boost" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on Bird Road Podcast - All Points West

"We're going to be peppering you with some questions. Are you ready to get pepper? Let'S SPICE IT UP Q. I'm ready to spice it up the first thing I always like to ask. Folks who are running for office is why. Why are you running? Well great question you know. For many many years I helped my mom Gail Sacco and A bunch of community members we Help THE HOMELESS HELP. The poor shared meals with people and You know back in college at UNLV. I got involved with marathon marijuana reform laws and that sort of legislation activism Got Me even more involved with the Democratic Party and when When my mom? Gail Sacco passed last year in August. You know I realize that there's no time like the present and we only have now and twenty twenty with the covert nineteen pandemic with everything that's going on in our city and our state in our world Again you know now is the time to act. We've got so many pressing issues and I figured you know it would be a disservice to my mom to not move forward and take my leadership in the community to the next level. So that's why I'm running so one of the reasons that you're on our show obviously is that you are a progressive in all endeavors. And we've talked about this before again in conversations that have been lost to the sense of time but I was wondering if you could tell us. About how structural challenges sort of present themselves to Democrats like you to progressives like you in the face of trying to you know engage in electoral politics that you're doing now getting elected or even pushing other candidates in Nevada. What are those structural challenges? Like because I know that they're the kind of challenges that you've been taking on for years. Yeah great question and so you know whether we're talking about Democrats or Republicans. I think the real conversation should be about the people in the establishment and let me just define establishment as corporately controlled candidates that have their hands tied basically so when you have. Democratic candidates taking big money contributions like here in Nevada a lot of Democrats and Republicans take contributions from Barrick Gold. Barrick gold is the mining industry giant. They have a sweetheart deal that is built into our state constitution and because that there are taxed very low A. Hiller you know they they They take the resources out of our mountains out of our backyard and And they're often the wind. You know through Utah Up to Canada with the prophets so when we're talking about systemic challenges for progressives what we're talking about is being up against the money machine so being a real progressive to me is about standing up and saying no to the big gaming money no. It's the big pharmaceutical money and no to the big industry money that let's face it when people write you a big check You've got to answer the phone and more than likely you're going to do what they say. So I'm the kind of candidate in this race. The only candidate in this race that has only taken small individual contributions from everyday people like you and I and because of that I am unbought. I'm on bossed and I can speak for the people for the working families of Nevada. We hear that a lot lately from candidates like you and a lot of people who are sort of swearing off that corporate money. But it's tough because it's a lot of money you mentioned all of those industries that come knocking especially when you have a decent chance at a at a seed or a position of power if puts the progressive of the party at odds very frequently with the more corporate led wing of the Party and I just wonder from your perspective a how challenging is it to you never see that I always talk about how Republicans in in some ways. I admire them because you never see them at odds with each other they will find ways to come to come together and and like not invite like that. What is it like to be You know people call purity test or whatever uses nonsense language but like what is it to be at odds with what is it like to be at odds with a whole wing of the party at times. Well it's not a good feeling. Let me be honest in this campaign. I've learned a lot of new things about running a professional respectful respectable campaign. And I'll just give you another example of how the system has rigging behind the scenes. You know we didn't get a whole lot of endorsements official endorsements in this race and I'll tell you why that's because people make inside deals. They have inside relationships. Some of the organizations for instance. They didn't return our phone calls. We didn't get invited to interview and another thing is in the Democratic Party. We see a lot of Checking off boxes so candidates run around from organization to organization and they say I'm this check off a box. I'm that check off a box. And what happens? Is They bank up a whole lot of endorsements that they get to put on their mailer or on their website and essentially they are trying to bamboozle the everyday voter because these organizations are run by a handful of people and these organizations for the most part? They don't survey their membership to do an endorsement. They have a small panel of two sometimes three four or five individuals that are the insiders of those organizations and when they sit down with establishment the insider. Pick what happens. Is they end up writing a check for five thousand dollars which is the maximum in Nevada for the primary? Then they write another check for five thousand dollars in the general and that gives an unfair advantage to the to the democratic insider and again what that means is if we vote for the same old same old people that we see the most billboards the most signs. The most advertisements and these are some of the candidates. Don't even a platform okay. That don't get into specifics. That don't take chances so to speak. And I think the time is now that we elect bold progressive candidates and for Nevada State Assembly district. Sixteen which encompasses by the way all the hotels and casinos. The major ones the airport university. And the Las Vegas Convention Center which when we reopen Nevada that is the powerhouse of our economy and the powerhouse of our middle class. You know I think I'm not candidate in this race because of how we fund raised because of how we've campaigned and hopefully In this in this eleventh hour of the race we can seal the deal and reach the voters with our platform because these are more than ideas. These are these are the plans that will change people's lives and and Ultimately the entire fabric of of our community so gene. I want to give you a chance to ask a few questions too but I wanna also let all of our listeners know that we are taking live Q. and A. and we will try to get to as many of your questions as possible Old Friend of mine former politico Editor Sergio boost those who now is at the South Florida Sun Sentinel running. They're running their opinion pages over there. Dropped the question. Joe Would you support a constitutional amendment to get money out of politics absolutely in a word absolutely in fact? Not only getting money out of out of politics. Which we do that. In a number of ways we could create laws in our states that ban large contributions from packs. We could do a state level. overturning of citizens united which allows corporations to be treated like people and Let's see what else can we do? We also have a more fair electoral system and instill something called runoff voting. Or in some states they call it fusion voting. Where let's say there's three Democrats in a race and You know you have a first pick and a second pick but you don't really think that your second pick has a chance because they don't have a lot of money they don't have a lot of clout they don't have a lot of endorsements what a fusion or run off voting system would allow is it would get rid of that spoiler effect and then people could could rank choice. They're they're they're politicians their leaders and I think when we do that as well as open up the system to More third party and non partisan candidates. I think that when we do that we're going to see candidates that represent everyday working. People millennials and underserved groups like the Lgbtq community are black community and especially here in Nevada are Hispanic community. So I wanted to ask you. You've been involved in politics for quite a while. How did you get involved in the first place? Tell us about. Yeah Great Question Gina. I was actually at UNLV. Right here in Nevada. Getting my bachelor's degree in criminal justice and I stumbled upon a very popular nowadays. Plant medicine that we all know and love to be cannabis and frankly without being silly about it. Marijuana just really blew my mind. It opened up a new way of thinking about society when I did my research about the war on drugs. I realized how unfair it was that you know. Middle Upper Class I'm generalizing here. But middle upper class white people were able to get marijuana enjoy marijuana even when they got in trouble. You know you could get a good lawyer and get out of trouble. And then looking around and seeing the disproportionate effect on our black and Brown communities and when I saw that injustice and I tied that in with the the military industrial complex I was just Lit Up no pun intended on politics and I realized that there's many many areas of our society that have these inequalities and from there. I went on to do Years of pro-peace activism and then Discovered groups like food. Not Bombs and. My mom got hooked on the idea that sharing food giving food to people as a right not a privilege and You know and now here. We are today many years later and I've been involved with politics with Iot local seven twenty. I was elected to be an international delegate and we protested at the trump. Hollywood tower in fact I took a lead role on that. And really it's all about speaking truth to power. You know in two thousand sixteen. A lot of people were devastated. A lot of Democrats were very upset. On how things all panned out at the end of the day and I'm here today to say that we really need to start building. Coalitions not only with Democrats but also with our nonpartisan neighbors and friends and family because a lot of our platform which is about healthcare housing education transportation and criminal justice. These are all things that everyday people want commonsense solutions so you know long story short. I just know that life is too short. Life is for the living and I'm here to help make the community better one day at a time and I mean it's real popular now to be active in politics. I mean everybody's doing it which is a good thing. It's a good thing to be progressive but in a way you could say that you've been doing it before it was cool and so you've been doing it for a while. What skills and experience do you bring to the table? Sure yeah well In the twenty five years that I've lived in this district of worn a lot of hats. I've been a member of the Union for Seventeen years so I think my experience working hard doing physically demanding labor supporting our trade show and convention industry here in Las Vegas. You know getting blisters on my hands getting sore feet working..

Nevada Democratic Party Marijuana Barrick Gold UNLV Gail Sacco twenty twenty Nevada State Assembly district Las Vegas Convention Center Las Vegas Hollywood tower Utah Middle Upper Class Canada official A. Hiller airport university Joe Gina
"sergio boost" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sergio boost" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

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