17 Burst results for "Steve Sampson"
"steve sampson" Discussed on ESPN FC
"You saw us here in Los Angeles right now. Oh, we on. We are on now. Okay. So we're at Melissa media days. And this is a great time. I really look forward to it. I wanna speak on your behalf. I'm sure you do too because we get to really prime up on Major League Soccer. There's a players are here. The coaches everyone involved with the league it comes through these doors. It's here in Los Angeles. So you have a good time. Most of the players are very accommodating. Yes. I heard there's an issue with Dom Dwyer. He got all kinds of divo-. What's really? Yeah. Been reading about it. I hope that's not the case. Because Dom always been an awesome guy to us. But he apparently that was the case. We'll give him the benefit of doubt. Let's say maybe he's a misunderstanding. Hopefully, you've oh, yeah. Like the band like amount whippet whippet male term for diva. Oh, ill Ildiko ill diva. All right. So we have a really cool podcast. Call him that by the way. Okay. No. You just brought it up. Yeah. Breaking news. We have a nice show for you. Here. We're going to sit down right here with Josie outdoor. We're going to talk with only Kamara of the galaxy as well have another podcast was he said, you know, I never did. You did just please. This is absurd. I can I finish. Sure. So, unfortunately, one of the things fortunately, and unfortunately because it was a very special night. The memorial service resumed Schmidt happened on Friday, we arrived Thursday. We'll go through the weekend. So it was here in Manhattan beach about twenty miles from where we are right now. And. Me personally, I knew I was going wanted to attend. And thankfully, the we're I was able to do that. And I was expecting a big turnout. And when I got there, I it was overwhelming. It was the word her Chilver whelming, which was filled, and you looked around and there were people that, you know, working in this or playing in this sport for the last twenty years, folks you recognize and it was just an outpouring of relationships, and and almost cathartic to see guys that you hadn't seen in ten fifteen years. I mean coaches. Players that you play. I mean, just one was such a overwhelming out of body experience. It was a time capsule last thirty five forty years, and what is college soccer professional soccer with Major League Soccer and US national team. And to see the amount of just love and social players broadcasters administrative where I saw picture with three US, men's nationally and coaches ex US, MS axioms coaches, Steve Sampson, you know, Bob, Bradley, Bruce Arena. Had all types of ex players, whether it's collegiate levels professional levels national team level, it just anybody and everybody who's CD somehow touched all along the way touch the lives along the way was there to show their support for Valerie as wife, and then Kyle and their family, and I was a little over weld seen so many people together because I don't think you can get that many people in a room to say they like me alone, come to my service. And I'm saying the most respect it was really overwhelming. And I know you had a few instances where you knew ciggie, I played preceding he'd getting my opportunity when I was nineteen and when things got rough towards the end of my career, he gave me an opportunity to come back in my career the right way. And I will always be grateful for that. Like a lot of players city. Had this rocky road of a relationship. You know? Nineteen and he told me that I should look for another profession in for for a lot of years. I resented Ziggy for that not understanding of this is just business, and then I play wasted that you. Yeah. Not understanding. And it's just too cold truth. You know at times he has to coach estimate harsh decisions in when he cuts Uni. He says, listen, maybe you need to start thinking about other things in your future. I took it the wrong way. And and then I became a player and played in Mexico and played against Sounders. And you know, a couple of times I took shots at at Sigi on air, and it wasn't until after that would speak..
"steve sampson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Staley's look yeah down one nothing steve sampson i believe right one nothing at halftime and i really believe that because of the way were playing in creating all goal scoring chances that we believe that we come back and get a result i never felt at halftime that the players didn't believe in themselves at didn't believe at half that they were questioning anything they didn't express that to me they blew back from any of the plane none zero not one not one not one player came up and said you know why isn't this player playing are why are we playing this way and the reason is because we were completely dominating you're on that's the thing about soccer you can be so dominant sue strong out pass out possess shoot your opponent but then one single mistake callous oversight the toys they just turn and the only stat that matters in the end is the school jim frosted says a mood and not look was released subdued your one nell down your dominating you know this is a moment where you know you can come back right but at this time when you need someone to step forward at halftime and nobody steps up and says anything that was that was a bad sign i don't remember anybody getting fired up and brian mcbride screaming at each other or yelling you know something positive no less nece perhaps she was known plus design at this point we've got a coach remembering that movement say kate that i can tell you this if you go into a locker room at halftime and you teams down one they'll the goings just sitting there checking shoelaces some interim sherry room got got to do to do the same kind of aggressive style of solar early on the game is now changed not changed as a player mill down ticking time go fast sleep at this time it's going it's going way to fast you intend on monologue speeding up there it's becoming it's not necessarily speeding up it's becoming more and more important more and more sensual that we get working on what would be injure upset franks of these two teams second hole you keep changing fool with do you have any kind of internal frankie i remember like i was in the game specific do we got plenty of time even when we were down one zero i really thought that we would we could come back at any moment even though we were we were down a still thought that we were better than them and and that we could come back the us looking for dry for the us attacked relentlessly recklessly still in the orion best chance yet for the us in the second half by this towing it feels like a national mission to someone to go but the american soil to the failed it's completely vulnerable and the minute they runs medea viki launches a woman counterattacks strolling into the american hole it all comes down to go casey taylor.
"steve sampson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"To take the lead you know states i and this has gotta be a xactly what steve sampson was hoping for to happen messes wise to get forward getting behind an attack and the press high of the let's go out and make a statement for soccer the united states one of the biggest in us history we would've really happy with type quite of course these american players would have been happy with the like me they'd grown up watching the merit don era revolved telling football when alexi lalas was sixteen he'd watch your intentions win the nine thousand nine hundred six world cup in person nine years later score a goal against favorable results when alda hurling all the way to the fireside that's cobi jones cobi jones and won on the cross tuck sit in inside the us swedes to not paying i knew that it was something that regardless of what happened nobody will ever take away i scored against argentina they normally at the fender he'd symbol recklessly abandoned this position to make bold dashing run towards the argentine go and that gamble paid off diego maradona himself would have been delighted with the way that lewis didn't just school but he scored with style fifty minutes later the halftime whistle when and the origin tones dazed as shuffled to the locker room hearing the booze from their own fans the americans what they used to but for a different reason the locker room of time legs gonna tell you just cool professional and course to nila fun tina we united states of america well i mean you're like well no there were certain moments where we kind of looked other and giggled but in the second half the americans had to contain that giddiness they need a tire win remember they were out to the copa argentina have been cooled by surprise they underestimated the americans by resting there in force at the simione but in the second hall he entered the gate almost scored twice but almost doesn't count elder on the other hand expert a little too three.
"steve sampson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"You and now you're going to hold us up for extra my you don't wanna play for the united states national team you don't wear the crest you on grateful lot more faxes from the hotel you're supposed to be our partners and i remember moments where we were in room together as a team and we said look are we going to fight this are we not gonna fight this what consensus cracking hold it together then you can see a few guys were hesitant but we made it very clear that in order for this to happen it's got to be united and then facts from the federation you're gonna put a noose over our neck and a bullet to our ed screw yael you're finding your way home and i'm bringing down the olympic team well the olympic team steinbrenner didn't just to send in replacement plays diddy scabs should the players responded in killing great go for it they called his bluff back at the hotel boola vol you're going soccer fans with a news is pressed against the gloss just a glimpse marcelo balboa alexi lalas every when the sip coffee there was no way hang steinbrenner was going to send in the scabs replace these big names to represent the united states in the biggest tournament in south america yes absolute of done it yet didn't do it hang stowing russia you blinked we came to a compromise position which was not a popular decision by the way the members of our board it's no way you're gonna give into these guys get into them now you'll be given into forever reluctantly us soccer agreed to increase the play as fees and on the morning of july seventh nineteen ninetyfive the day before the first game of the copa against chile coach steve sampson finally got his team back you know the thing is that when you ask for more money you'd better live up to it you better go out and prove that you deserve that money steve rounded up lallas and his teammates who had time for just one practice before the first game and i'll never forget them looking at us and saying all right you fuckers you got what you wanted now you do your job.
"steve sampson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Camp so they just shoved steve sampson in that when borough left to go for his next world cup challenge after ninety four they needed an interim coach steve the only guy around he was the only guy willing to work for pennies he became the interim coach i'm well an interim kind of rolled off a series of stunning results the like which americans is still is never had so they were forced politically to give him the job the nineteen will cut was a was a humiliating zastava which you may remember if you watched it the iran game the great satan game where the us were humiliated with the world watching he took steve is fired over zone depending on who you are shortly afterwards and his career to me it's always been live backwards is linked in page starts with a big job the national team us suck job and then it slowly kind of gets larry larry larry till he's at a at a nice colleges solid college but it's somewhat of a footballing backwater and he's still haunted i mean he talks about it quite openly by two two movements from the american story still i asked him does he does he think about them and he said i still have nightmares the still night on a recurring basis where i wake up on recalled to to in particular listeners to the podcast actually find out what they are but this is a man who twenty years old is still wrestling with the decisions that he made how they came back to him and the decision you made particularly about john hawkes arguably the most experienced the most kind of vocal us player who kicked off the team for personal reasons and eric wynalda said if i was him he said steve ultimately with a man of value and in sports particularly soka men have value they don't make the best managers and that's that's truly a ultimately keep wrestling with a my the queen delasin i learned that i'm most trying to grapple with in the wake of this thing in sports of value is of principle is one thing but a good manager is often the complete opposite it's been a pleasure sir the podcast is a triumph thank you for speaking with us about it and we hope you get many downloads for american gasco and.
"steve sampson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"To you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts welcome back to the sporting life and we're joined again as we were in our last segment by the great roger bennett twenty years later to hear so many of these guys balboa marcelo balboa and alexi lalas and steve sampson especially in john harkes and eric wynalda and let's not forget david ritchie although i'm not sure i'm pronouncing his last name any better than you did you know to hear them speak so candidly now when we do at the time that it was the titanic i mean a blind man could have seen that what we didn't really know was the inner workings the actual slice i mean that's why it was so fascinated to get into the actual mechanics of how disaster unfolds you know anybody can make a great podcast series a documentary about a great triumph but to make one about an epic defeat takes a different kind of understanding of human nature and human foibles and just the extended stuff about the poker game in how'd that lead to division in the team and then to your thomas wrong in the assistant coach at the time talk about how shocked he was at what steve sampson the coach was doing with their formation the three six one and the unfolding disaster against germany it's great journalism in it's great storytelling into been a part of it but not to really known it the way that you you tell the story was very rewarding espn the great bob layton documentary that was fly on the wool behind the scenes of this team that i really mind for the series and it was hilarious just how little any of the journalists named mesa journalist i interviewed said you know we will say this whole spoil with new to us we had no idea what to us we had no idea what we were watching we truly believe that america was going to win because that's what americans day we look at how to win we win bake with the dream team where we crush all opponents and elbow went on golan in the head as we dunk on them charles barkley and beaten my seventy points well we win underdog let the miracle on ice what americans don't do is lose so they all went into thinking everything was great they were going to win and this team by.
"steve sampson" Discussed on American Fiasco
"Today. This is America fast ashore about people who communicated feelings and writing in the days before movies were thing. I'm Roger Bennett. US coach, Steve Sampson. He was smart enough tonight that was only as good as his loss win, and he hadn't won Jack of the World Cup. So it wasn't a question of if Barack Barreau the river went. Hank Steinbrecher secretary general of the US so confederation. Did you speak to Steve to the game? Yeah, of course. What did he say devastated? And there are times when you hit hard, and there are times where you hug. And at that time we just needed a couple of hugs will face the realities in a little while. But right now you just let it sink your the the last team in the World Cup thirty two of thirty two teams. Something's have change. I can only think of the gold fall that where they free on the gay fish. I don't be was quite as bad as than. A day off that lost to Yugoslavia. Steve told the Washington Post. He wanted to remain head coach and that he wouldn't let a few disgruntled players dictate his future. But things change quickly. After his boss US soccer federation president, Ellen Rothenberg invited him to breakfast in Paris, Allman Leslie. That breakfast was first thing when they morning. I offered my resignation because one I felt it was the right thing to do because I had lost three games in a world championship, and I didn't want Allen to feel as if you needed to fire me. And before he could get it out of his mouth, I offered to him to resign from the national team. You told the me yet. This was not Steve's full. This was not the place fault. They played their hearts out your very diplomatic man, Alan. But what we really thinking that moment bitterly disappointed really, really was. And deep down, I guess, upset writer wrong. I was second guessing myself about the decision to keep Steve. It was sort of like all fears that I had all along have just been realized. So you're angry yourself? I would say angry, but I, you know, my moment of reflection was. This is what I was afraid of your worst case scenario would come trick. Yes. Now I interviewed nearly two dozen people for this story and I only met one anything even nearly after the nine hundred ninety eight World Cup was done. Can you guess you? That is? I'm fine with that that we lost. Fuck, that sucks. Mad. So I am Cussing so much guys. Frankie Hejduk even though as team we had, you know. We were last place for me wasn't a bad Cup. God, you understand his defeated teammates. They are burning that you as he's smashing bottles, railing, the heavens by which God say, must've offended to be laid so low and this guy, he's just smiling. I was just happy. Go lucky Frankie, and that's just was throughout the whole thing. And so that moment was for me, it was purpose. I'm fine. What do you guys complaining about? You guys are the ones that frigging 'cause this whole thing, and you're, if you're if you're getting mad at me, sign a contract come on. Oh. Wasn't just Frankie's and -bility to make lemonade out of lemons that got him three. It was the Joba. He got the night off to the Yugoslav gang right after dinner. I got a phone call from my agent who was at the hotel and Beyer Leverkusen just explain who they Beyer Leverkusen I would say is probably one of the top five term and teams I don't know about all time, but over the last twenty five thirty years, they've been pretty much in the top five top eight in in in the boondocks league and ended up signing the contract that night pretty much. I think you know I was making making thirty grand in the MLS a year, and you know, has been offering, you know, one point, three one point, four million. So it was a, no, it was a no brainer to just to be clear on this. Everyone is getting mad. How popping off plans self-destructing plays a burning Dan. I'm doing great guy how you a wedding. Everybody else funeral k. right. Totally one hundred percent. Yeah, it's crazy how that works out right like so it was such a bad thing for so many people, and for me it was it ended up changing my life in probably the best way ever that wouldn't be fishing. I wouldn't be hitting golf balls off my back deck and all all favorite. Yeah, really. That's crazy thinking about and I never thought about it that way. Now, the locally comb Major League Soccer team in Columbus, Ohio, slim locked. They wear near the ocean. We still serves when he can. On the cool lake.
"steve sampson" Discussed on American Fiasco
"This was at gold. I remember watching live who which was then Chicago, the US three, nil up against Mexico. Barely. A third of the game gone. This was like science fiction, beautiful science fiction felt as a stall niche as a crow, what she elephant fly. Not the injury. I tell you never read up to thirty six minutes. The hall time whistle blew in the play is headed towards locker rooms. When the exhilerated emotional, he's boiling over and they're all the, the delegates from the Mexican federation were coming onto the field and Hank Steinbrecher was trying as hard as he could hold it in. But he was beaming with pride, and I just went after just essentially said, you know why we're beating them because we're better than they are and looking right at their federal looking at the Mexican federal and say, we're better than you now a deal with it. I, I remember Hank basically saying politically incorrect, but with your kid. The truth is right there for everyone to see on the school board. The US were better the Mexican, and it was just total dominance from the first minute to the ninetieth minute. Any hope the Mexicans had a forcing they way back into the game dissipated in the sixty. Seventh minute. The cameras to the soil loans to find Steve Sampson thrusting both hands into the end with of triumph, despite the gesture, he was able to moss the look on his face. It was one of sheer stillness. Times against the United States. Great backflicked by the United States. Coach, Steve Sampson defeated Mexico. On a sunny afternoon near nations, Kevin. You ever went out the Fullerton, California after the game, you show the media. We have a great deal of respect for Steve Sampson with playing for him. Did you mean? Yes. At that moment in time I felt that that Steve had embraced the role. This was a guy that at his core could understand where we're most of us were coming from. He had a background in American soccer. This guy was for lack of a better phrase, one of us, a background in American Soka that should have been the officer of what you were looking for back then. Home paper, Steve still should never have been the head coach, but there was no longer the unemployed guy by the side of the pool, Steve was winning and his team was about the head to a foreign continent and take on all comers and smile. It was biblical within fifteen weeks. The would interim was removed from Steve Simpson's title. In a way with Steve, the placeholder wouldn't let go of his place. Yeah, it was today. She says, all him. You know when I had to pinch myself when I went back home and I was greeted my three young children and my wife in a home that wasn't mine living with my inlaws. And in that moment is what the hell just happened. I've just spent the most magnificent summer living dream, but frankly. And to be offered to be the the national team coach. And then I was able to tell my wife, we can move back to a girl hills and actually buy a home now. We don't have to live with our inlaws. I can't tell you how excited I was about that and to give her the opportunity to basically say, where do you wanna live. Did you know who is living with his mother and his mother-in-law. No, no idea. Stowing Brescia he had couldn't afford a is he moved his whole family with his. I can believe that said that that you gave them a full-time contracts take to is wife and said, we can move anywhere. Not under the terms that I negotiated. American fee Lasko is production of WNYC. Studios are team includes Joel Meyer Emily Boutin. Paul Shuman Derek, John Starling kind Keegan. Jemma Ernie intranet, Elisa Lambert Jameson York. Daniel met mad Boynton Jonathan Williamson, grad Feldman, be Aldridge, Jeremy bloom is Jones. And Sarah sandbox Joep Laura's our technical director and his Brown composed. Our original music are Fien use. It is by big red machine. The collaboration between Erin designer of the national and Justin Vernon of bony there. Audio, this episode courtesy of ABC sports and NPR. For more about this story, including a time line at more Goto fiasco podcast dot com. This is real. If you like this coast recommended to your friends, especially you sock, curious, friends who have stoned to fall in love with the sport during the World Cup. This Poku I guaranteed to put him over the toll courage. American fiasco supported by wicks comb with wakes. You can create your own professional website exactly the way you want, which means you can lose your own online store, blog or portfolio wherever you all. Even while listening to this poke cost, his how it works, go to wicks comb the summit what you need to sell for it. You style add, you remedies and your website is ready in five minutes or less. Make sure your story doesn't go untilled go to wicks w I x don't come to create you professional website today.
"steve sampson" Discussed on American Fiasco
"Which. Listener support w. NYC studios. Nineteen ninety-five who was the year of the J. Simpson verdict sewing feld Frappuccino unleashed across America little website called Amazon sold it ferry first book. One thousand nine hundred hundred was also the twenty two soccer players from the US national team flew from Uruguay feeling. They were ready to take on the world. They beat and superpower Oaten Tina. They made a socket, God, Diego, Maradona cry. They were prime now to start a qualification for the nineteen ninety eight World Cup and then leave yet hard pounding little soccer hearts. They told they could be giant killers, dark horses, a team with outside shot at shock in the world, and maybe laying claim to the cuff itself. We had a swagger, but that wasn't arrogance. That's confidence, confidence, and era. They are completely different for me. We were confident team. When we walked out on the field, we knew that we could beat anybody in the world. That's the United States. Captain Marcelo Balboa who's at defensive rock who also played club soccer professionally down in Mexico. Bobo long, been a fixture, the national news now gearing up to lead it into a World Cup qualifying. It's a protracted process and US will play sixteen games against their neighbors from across north and Central America and the Caribbean over the course of twelve months enough good results and they'd be, but we'll qualification is an ordeal in its own right victory. It's never a given. So the teams coach, Steve Sampson, he got to work and he had some decisions to make his long-term go. I was to qualify to win his way into the World Cup, but day in and day out, it was some-some was holding brewed way, oh dishes. Which plans would make the cut who don't a starting role and it won't position the worst thing that I ever did as I started thinking, okay, what does Samson want from me that I can do in this game today to get myself back starting spot? That's got to me the two different Steve's Steve sort of at the beginning of, you know, way took the interim to about middle through the qualifying and those a second type of Steve afterward. This is Jeff Agoos you've not met him before and we'll be returning to soon just no, for now he was a defender who've been on and off the team since nineteen eighty eight. So he's an established veteran by the time Steve arrived, the first eve. That is the first one was very inclusive and he brought a lot of people into the tent and you know, Asselot questions, and he was very quizzes of Steve Sampson version will defer to the place. I'm just grateful to have a job, and then the second type of Steve was sort of, I know what I'm doing and I'm, this is this is what I'm going to do and you're there on the, you're on the bus, you're not on the bus, and I'm going to be driving this this way. I wanna drive it Steve Sampson version to who calls the shots I do did I feel that I had to do something different for world championship? Absolutely. But if you don't evolve and try to influence change, that's when you get caught. He didn't want to let this car drive itself, and I can respect that. That's defender Alexi Lalas. But I also think at times he wanted to to literally sit in the driver's seat and drive it. And I don't think that he was. Necessarily equipped to do that. And and I don't think that he recognized that that wasn't going to get the car going fast as it could, and most importantly get it to the place that needed to be now become the face of the sport in the United States. Thanks partly to his exploits in the nineteen ninety four will Cup and Paul because his subsequent moved to Italy, Syria, the world's best league at the time. And he took to the fail with a signature sweat, Phil Jinja goaty an aside career as a minor rooks. That's one of my favorite tracks from Jinja. Alexis Deb, you elva cookie, which to this day. True fact just three months to the ninety. Eight World Cup said Alexi spanned. Yep. Alexy's band would go onto for none other than Hootie and the blowfish. Oh, this is American Fieschi. American
"steve sampson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Week did did we ever decide what year that was it was in nineteen ninety eight nineteen ninety eight it's castle hot springs it's north west of lake pleasant down twenty mile dirt road and it was originally built in the eighteen hundreds and the owner at that time open the it was closed to the public and they opened it up to us for a family reunion we went out there for a day an absolutely had a blast well i don't know that you've heard but castle hot springs is being reborn so we've brought the director of marketing for castle hot springs mr steve sampson this morning talk jal this morning about one of the most historic storied properties in the entire state of arizona stick thanks a million for coming in rosie jennifer thanks for having me oh man how did you get this gig our company west rock hospitality we own and operate the hotel valley ho we rebuilt mountain shadows we also operate the sanctuary camelback mountain we're local company so you could say that this is what we do we restore iconic great historic hotels and i'm not sure i'm not sure offerings was a coincidence or not but it fits the mantra of what we do it sure does the story of the hotel dates back to well dates back way before it was built in eighteen ninety six i mean for centuries unmeasurable amounts at times it was a medicinal healing ground for native american tribes particularly yavapai and tonto apache indians in october eighteen sixty seven a band of robbers raided a mining camp south of prescott which was the territorial headquarters weren't even a state then group of cavalry officers from fort whipple gave chase through the bradshaw mountains and cottam a day later right if the hot springs they went back and word of mouth happened and wealthy land developer getting frank murphy who with a time own the congress mine which was the most heavily produced mine in arizona he ended up buying it and building it as a luxury resort and it opened in eighteen ninety six and throughout the early twentieth century mid twentieth century it was the zona biltmore was the sanctuary camelback mountain it was one of the.
"steve sampson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Head he wouldn't let go i kept screaming beating him with a paddle when you're in the middle of it you don't have a lot of thought except you hope you survive finally specter has been climbed on the guides kayak and begin paddling as fast as they could the otter followed us but didn't attack again current how i think it was last seen taught segment saying you come into my hands right this is what is going to happen to you han think federal excellence for free yeah so there you go twenty percent off the next guy get out of here we will come back we will have all gone radio will talk to barry at about at this point about koreans heated toiling zach and the most important while ago yeah we need to talk about the the meeting would steve sampson and because liz loved that hotel she loved that hotel we have to see a parallel to we'll be back i'm tony kornheiser this is the tony kornheiser show gotta go this is the spotify read for those of you who wanna know how to write good effect of add copy listen carefully to the spotify rate every knows spotify is the place to go to stream the latest in greatest than music but you can now also stream podcasts it's easy open the app on your mobile device or desktop click on the browse channel then click on the podcast section you can also stream on your smart speaker they've all your favorites across news entertainment sports and culture start streaming now boom boom you're listening to the tony kornheiser show the county coroner.
"steve sampson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Just a week later arrested for again disorderly intoxication after his found urinating outside the bills department store and he just have orderly intoxicating s then a couple of weeks after that arrested for disorderly intoxication again after his found sleeping in the infant department at walmart it's been busy get out of here we'll have all guy radio would steve sampson we return i'm tony kornheiser you're listening to the tony kornheiser show and this all guy radio for the day this one of the top hundred songs if not one of the top fifty songs fault on i love this soft every rep our tank discipline they signed in terms of critical commentary they sign erected you'll forty years ago two day uh they broke off after a few years and their main guy gordon sumner is that is actual name gordon summer yes former high school english teacher michael gordon isaac by but he goes under the name sting and apparently works out fourteen hours a day it looks good because he's close to seventy and you can't believe what he looks like so it apparently this was like a really dark sinister song he wrote it when he was leading one relationship it getting involved in another and he just was in a really don't place and so staying is always said he wanted to see just turn on allies with it's truly could have done that i guess in england they don't have light now we don't really like nights over there or toothbrushes for that matter but he said he's really shocked and surprised when people come up say oh that was this one we played at a wedding i would ask so much fantastic so yeah steve sans joins us now you boy joe martin sent us an email today with a picture of himself in front of a whole bunch of ma.
"steve sampson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The past hundred years led belly of course has got her pretty popular version um we ah yeah there's all kinds of like i guess it goes back hundreds years though so by the way something has happened for those of you listening at home something has happened on stage the fairfield four are are are suddenly with us big materialize on day you really ought to come to these show sometimes vote them and they were they were lowered onto the stage with hydraulics it was it was amazing we do a very quietly so as not to distract willie while he's tuning on but but took you guys the fearful for his on this wrecker that's right they sing a few songs on the record with me including include yes including this this next number sampson and delilah leaving the by an away he afa edna way upi wait in down last and she was warmer genes is five and then fair she had good looks god does and cold through lazett g g the wound sanson's when foods dissoled the roma it would be may have ten lazett shooting sanza sentence d do sympton of wiggled strength lies and if you please please do so to know who spoke so south some trouble all you can see it and then staying calm natural has nan the man de no way if i had not on the way i had the way home built in doubt simpson dozens of lies the got an attempt to sanson jumped a foul meant in fact nizhny if you defy file his beeston killed manziel is incense got his hands in lhasa in general with his brand and kill the immunity and these made liam payne wave the way he afa no way mizzou in down steve sampson then i'll win the was the strong man that democrat the his leila when the wizards sampson what through walked in look looked on the ground and asano jonathan when even stressed that is our own him north sinn ads on movin ten thousand was dead and the way nia long bad mile away if i had my way the superior in five wave sad this old ubuntu ricki mary field simpson and delilah.
"steve sampson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Smartphones in digital cameras have made us all photographers pretty good photographers it's way easier to come up with a picture i like when i'm not worried about how much film i've got left there was a time back in the 70s when the idea of a digital camera was simply that an idea an idea with the potential to upend an entire industry here's the latest instalment in our series holidays brought to you by imagine a wonderful time brought to you by my name is steve sampson and i worked for eastman kodak company for over thirty five years i began in july of 1973 i was a junior engineer my supervisor said we've got a filler job for europe there is a new type of imaging device call the charge couple device immature we want somebody to look at one of these and see if we can do anything useful work our conversation probably lasted about thirty seconds maybe the device itself is a small piece of silicon that you expose with light and whatever sort of immature light pattern is enriched on that surface creates a corresponding charge pattern figured well if i'm going to measure how this thing does something i sort of have to look at the output in the best way to look at the output is to select capture each pixel and turn it into a number digitization so there started thinking well okay a really what i'm doing is capturing an image so i was building a camera.
"steve sampson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Good evening this is the eleven thirty report i'm rob comper the forecast from the apollo plumbing and electrical weather center tonight mostly clear and cool with a low of forty degrees tomorrow sunshine returns the high of sixty five then slowly warming up wednesday sunny a high in the upper 60s sunny thursday a high in the low to mid 70s were in the mid 70s by friday afternoon with continued sunny skies that's the forecast from your severe weather station newsradio 700 wlw currently forty five degrees here's the big stories you'll be talking about on newsradio 700 wlw wave record amount of people packed downtown over the the weekend not for sports not even for food but or the plan was that we were going to get about five hundred thousand visitors over the weekend so now we were off on that we got one million visitors over the four night so our plan actually was quite successful although we were off by five hundred thousand people rick walberg with the chamber talking about the response to blink cincinnati massive free light festival than ran from the banks too over the rhine city leaders and organizers will meet some time tomorrow to talk about plans for next year able to county prosecutor joe deedar says announced each 2500 dollar reward for information leading to the unsolved shooting that occurred lorde earlier this summer and west six street near the i 75 south ramp anyone who normally drives in that area that may have seen or heard something is urged to call crime stoppers at three five two thirty forty in an update after an oil rig explosion late yesterday in louisiana causing injuries in a massive fireball at lake pontchartrain right outside new orleans an oil rig explosion sent flames shooting into the night homes in the area shook rescue crews are desperately searching for worker who is still missing glass seriously injured at least seven workers on the rig shrapnel and flaines flew in all directions the rig blue just out after seven pm the entire platform was on fire in minutes authorities believe the fire was caused by cleaning chemicals on the surface of the platform that caught fire there is a possibility that oil could be leaking into the lake abc's steve sampson samih reporting in i'm rob carpenter our next update will be at midnight breaking news anytime on news radio 700 wlw on obama iheart radio online on your smartphone hype had an tablet 700 wlw dot com well it's time for breakfast but you've been sitting at a threehour traffic jam it's time to grab a bigger as breakfast set which so you could keep roland try.
"steve sampson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I think you look at what you saw in the let the ladder to our stretch of yesterday's around nec biggest turnarounds in a major for a golfer where he's able to completely turnaround his mental approach i actually think yesterday was was close to being a worse outcome than what happened in in 2016 at the masters with two going in the water that was a quick mental mistake that overwhelmed a young kid this was mistake after mistake where he was kim compounding the mental issues along with the physical we saw him missing short putts we saw him quick hitting these eight 10foot par putts which has been his bread and butter and putting is essentially would wanna yesterday i think for all of us we have to likud happened on the thirteenth as just the the greatest examples to what makes him such a good competitor to date and that's the mental approach he did not get overwhelmed by teeshot that would have had every other player scurrying to retain hit a provisional off that teebox he wanted to talk through every option and i think it's the talking that got him back to where he's comfortable he wants to take charge you saw him directing traffic like he was a marshall you over there that guy in the shirt and people complain about how long it took him to play that whole a lot of it was outside of his hands rules officials not necessarily knowing line of sight the issues of a modern major with just the size of the trucks but i think i think that hole put him back in a position of strength where you got to see what makes him so strong coming down which is making these unbelievably strong putts and fearless iron shots so you've heard from us now let's hear from steve sampson was there who went on a flight all day today to philadelphia from england gotten a car went down to the beach where i hope it's going to be a very pleasant sunset in your life of watching golf.
"steve sampson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Is a gritty no yorkshire market town if anyone has ever been you'll you'll know and love a it's a phenomenal place full of characters i think that the city was built on the wool industry population one hundred sixty two thousand four collins colorado sized and the glory the story is their manager david wagner germanamerican born their minds your son of an american serviceman father and german mother one eight caps for the us in the lets you said the dark days of steve sampson so technically we have another american in the top flight for bullying education made no mistakes was from his time in germany growing up there playing in the bundesliga learning to manage alongside jurgen corp at dortmund is holdups bringing was incredibly teutonic as with the five germans in to revitalize our team when he inherited them in two thousand fifteen there in the relegation zone and then this dizzying run which has been really propelled by obsessive attention to detail depressing hardcharging highways were rate transitional football which demands from his team called it terry has football and he says we're not the biggest dog we are small but we are aggressive we are not afraid we'd like to compete with the big dogs were quick mubara we have endurance we never give up the small dog has fighting spirit for sure partly because of this i think john green tweeted at the final whistle and look forward to watching liverpool find a way to lose at huddersfield next season.