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"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

"All right JJ. Here we go. We talked about this earlier in the podcast. It's something that was very passionate to you that I had not seen really much before. And then you told me that this actually debuts here in the United States today. Yes. The story of Kaiser the greatest footballer never to actually play money minutes are or any minutes at toll twenty years in the Brazilian top-flight on somehow probably the greatest Conlon non I've ever seen on film or read about. Yeah. And the documentary like I said launches here in the United States today in the director Louis miles is kind enough to join us right now. Louis what's up, man? How are you? Yeah. Hey, guys. Nice to meet you. I'm good. Yeah. I guess the natural place to start is how did this project? Come your way. Schule si- all up in working in soccer of air in the in the case of question. So I'm in. I'd be doing some work. The competes again football manager in that business star to canes me said, hey, have you had this story about this guy who had twenty six year career playing football in Brazil, but never capable any. Do do anything to get a comes. And then anything not on the page to show that he was terrible of football. Now. That's incredible. Is was the true story. We wanna make a movie about it you want to join a come and do like, yeah. To anew Tim Vickery who's like a football correspondent in South America. Does loaded work ever here for BBC for live in quote will nine unknown V as he said, you know, what? In in twenty one years of living in Raya. That's not just the best football story of the hunt for the best story. So much of make a movie about it. So we still right that that's gonna make this in. We sort of got a bit seed funding together jumps on the plane of its Rio de Janeiro and tried to find the guy in found him. And then it was just a mad two and a half year Janney China. Find out the truth of what happens in meeting everyone for Matthew bosses to soccer legends United to call us about the Torres. The cats in nineteen seventy woke up scored the pets of Zeka over these absolute legends of new Kaiser who all of them had a story to tell about in which is dump covered. This incredible story Louis how willing was Kaiser to talk about his life considering it had been such a large Chirad wanna think he he wanted stays..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is James Menendez with NewsHour live from the BBC. Well, let's turn to Brazil where a fire swept through the training center of Rio de Janeiro soccer club Flamengo a number of deaths in critical casualties are being reported. Let's talk to sports writer, Tim Vickery who's in Rio and Tim just take us through what happened. The early hours of this morning around five o'clock fire broke out. It's been filmed the image. Their their images have been filmed from those living in a nearby building and the flames leaping alarmingly into the the Rio. Dawn. By the time. The fire services got there. They were able to put out the fire relatively quickly. But they said there was no chance of saving those who were inside. So ten have died divided between youth players between the ages fourteen and seventeen and some club workers as well. Three young players fourteen and fifteen have been injured one in a series condition. Having suffered extensive burns the other two have inhaled large quantities of smoke. So that's where we stand at the moment. The bodies are being removed as I speak and the inquest has already started. Yes, any clues as to what may have started the fire. It's very early days yet we we had here in Rio Rio a situation of calamity on Wednesday nights with torrential rain and that area of town over to the west near me away. The the Olympic park was indeed some of the Olympic athletes use these these these training facilities that area was apart of that area were without electricity. So there has been some speculation that maybe this was callousness with a candle on the other hand some of the the young guys you managed to get out. A believed to have suggested that the fault could have been with a an air conditioning unit still very very early days and really on adding tragedy. Today's is the fact that this part of the of the training ground was about to be deactivated about to be transformed into a car park with replies. Lodged in facilities about to be upgraded to better facilities, which is adds to the human tragedy of this group of. Of young men who went to bed with a dream. And we hope you hope didn't wake up you hope they were overcome by the smoke and fumes beforehand, although from some of the eyewitness reports, maybe that's not the way that it actually happened and tell us a bit more about that dream and and Flamingo sort of position in Brazilian football. And indeed world football. Well, Flamingo one of the best supported clubs in the world. They are a national institution. This is this is not a real tragedy. This is a national tragedy. Rio used to be the capital radio carried the matches of the big Rio clubs to the far flung corners of this joint nation, and in the nineteen thirties Flamingo who will born as an elite club very much took on the popular touch and became a club of the people now that gives them enormous power enormous traction all over Brazil, they have millions of supporters some of them thousands of miles away. And they do have a reputation for producing their own players on these very facilities until recently were housing Venezia's junior the eighteen year old who's currently making such an impression at Real Madrid. Until I imagine the reaction so far reflects that status of the club. And also as you say the fact that these were these were teenagers caught up in this. Indeed, the governor of Rio was declared three days of mourning tomorrow Flamingo would you to play one of the historical rivals Fluminense in Rio's mackinaw stadium. That game will not be going ahead too. Many thanks that was sort of Tim Vickery joining us live from RIA..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Notable moves MSCI best Shuai banter king is on loan to Chelsea sorry on loan from Chelsea to Crystal Palace since two thousand sixteen he has played for Chelsea Dortmund Valencia now Crystal Palace and scores wherever he goes. So I mean like, I I like this move is also for for Crystal Palace been struggling defy goals. Despite being kind of a tricky proposition for better teams. So I mean, you know, I I like it for a mid table move. Yeah. I mean, you saw him come on on the weekend, and he instantly made an impact. Yeah. Probably be. I would think a super sub, but you know, him and Ben Ben tech is back. So we might see them together. At some point the big move. The biggest move in the primarily probably. The one that got the most attention beyond Gonzalo. He got in which happened before a little bit before the deadline was Miguel. Miranda to Newcastle that Newcastle finally spent some money they broke their transfer record which was fourteen years old or something. It was the Michael Owen deal was their biggest transfer since the Elmore and move. Of course, we know him from MLS in Atlanta. United rhino Hanlin dearly. Departed said in his newsletter that Almira and has the lanky efficiency of motion that you typically see in a no nonsense holding midfielder, but he's actually an attacking midfielder who ran the show for a team that played on hyper speed field turf and love to get out and run questioned. Michael, do you think this is potentially the beginning of a new trend? I saw something that Tim Vickery wrote or actually said in an interview about how a lot of eyes will be on this move because there are a lot of South Americans young South Americans in MLS, and this could be like a new market because they. Only paid. I mean, although twenty million is a lot if he was coming from say Spain he'd probably be like forty five million, right? Sure. There's guys like Luciano a cost for DC United Argentinian around the same age. I guess twenty four twenty five teams are looking at. I think its something like wear how Jaden Sancho went from England to Germany thrived. And now all these German clubs are looking for young English talent on the books of these big English clubs like for example, the kid from arsenal. What's his name emeals Smith row? Just went to lies big on loan rice Nelson went last year. So if Omar on thrives, perhaps you might see more MLS guys being poached by merely clips of insure it was a believe in December that basically Bill Commissioner, Don Garber finally accepted that the molest needed to become a selling league in Atlanta United. I mean, like you've seen it everywhere. I mean, like the like all of the people that you've mentioned bus far mean like, Jay. Show Emile Smith row lake teams of basically signing younger players at a relative unknowns that then become known that eventually hopefully superstars did you can sell on for tens of millions of dollars so United when employed up a bunch of younger South American players, and they have proven themselves in a now moving on. So I mean like in that basically is a good way to recycle and replenish, the talent. And and then still get the injection of cash when you sell those players on. So yeah, maybe it is a tread. Maybe the Melissa's. This is a good thing. I guess is what I'm trying to say. One other MLS moved to report is Sebastian GIO Van Gogh from Toronto FC to Saudi Arabian side, Al hall. I don't know if that's a upgrade for him back to the Premier League grouchy back. Peter crouch age thirty eight is at Burnley. He also came on as a sub over the weekend. Peter crouch, indomitable irrepressible. You know, he's he is extremely seven feet tall. You know? It's great also a podcast host. And a good Twitter. Follow actually. Yeah. He has a great sense of humor. Everybody loves crouch e. Yeah, let's see Frankie Dejong to Barcelona seventy five million euros. He's gonna finish the season. I x and then joined Barcelona next year, which is football hipsters, wet dreams. See him for Barcelona. How do you feel about that? I think PS g whereas in the running city were in the running..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

"When on the field at the same time as Murata, I think that's the stat. That sounds crazy. I might want to go back and check that. But it's something ridiculous. Yeah. It's just not hot enough for Murata right now and jerus- links with hazard much more pills it up way better and brings hazard into the place. So it is something worth considering. And then Sunday nine oh, five AM eastern time, the north London Darby at the emerets arsenal and Tottenham JJ in twenty five years in the last twenty five years, how many times do you think Tottenham have one at arsenal? In the last twenty five years. Twice once on that was the thousand eleven God, you remember who scored the way it was down to nil. And they stormed back and scored three straight. Do you? Remember who scored the winner for them on a set-piece on a header? I think it was the eighty sixth minute or something. Two thousand eleven all my God. I don't Eunice Kabu. Oh, my Lord. Yeah. Eunice kabu. It's the only time in the last quarter century Spurs of one at arsenal. Ona Harry's guys. This is it ends. Well, we talked about it ends a fascinating week for Tottenham which started against Chelsea mid week against inter. And now this I mean, this is pasta Tino been been putting through put through the ringer here through the same thing. He had an Chelsea Chelsea Napoli run. You know, come on. Now, you're right. But like it's just funny because all of the good that has happened for Tottenham this week. You know, how the fan base will react if they lose to arsenal. They would have taken. I think like six nil drubbings in those other two matches at the. Yeah. So if Tino comes up short on this one, it feels like all the goodwill that he is picked up over the last few weeks and other matches are just out the window. And then of course, Sunday eleven fifteen AM your weekend is capped off with your Darby Liverpool and Everton, of course, it's at Anfield all their games are. 'field s right? Yeah. Resurgent everton. It's going to be very interesting. The I suppose the murmurs from Everton fans have changed very quickly in the last few weeks. They believed that the silver project is moving in a direction, which is quite to their liking. And this is a strong. I mean cloth even said, this is strong and Everton as he would have come up against in the last year or so. Yeah. Looking forward to it. It's probably going to be nil nil. No with about four contentious tackles is this won't be. No, no, what a bad opinion by you, one of your worst. And obey the way, the Copa Libertadores. Second leg has been announced. It's going to be Sunday December ninth at the burn avow in Madrid. Yeah. Which is. Well, what was the right answer here not Doha, but definitely not Madrid. Either Tim Vickery suggested that he was all for the United Arab Emirates suggestion. Yeah. There's there's a lot historically going on here, which means playing. In the burn abo- this game in the burner. Bo is is is weird Boesch. Well, I don't know. Look, you talk about being between a rock and a hard place. Everything what Tim did predict, you know, Boca Juniors did make that kind of one eighty turn and ask that river played disqualified. I was thinking about that is that how you would want to win a to my whole absolutely not like if I were Boca Juniors player. I would almost wanna talk the club out of that. Like the eagles won their first Super Bowl last year. If like, you know, let's say back in two thousand four when the eagles played the patriots in the Super Bowl during spy gate, like if let's say the NFL had retroactively gone back and said, no, no New England. You're disqualified the Super Bowl has been awarded to the eagles. Yeah. Wants that. I don't know. Just feels just I don't know that would feel hollow to me. I'm glad that they are actually playing a game rather than just having an end on this qualification. Yeah. But one final point on. This is the Washington Post pointed out money in Argentina and other South American countries said it didn't make sense to transfer to. Spain the final of tournament named after the men who have freed the American continent from European colonize interesting. That's the other kind of background to this. Look, it's better than Doha put it..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

"When on the field at the same time as Murata, I think that's the stat. That sounds crazy. I might want to go back and check that. But it's something ridiculous. Yeah. It's just not hot enough for Murata right now and jerus- links with hazard much more pills it up way better and brings hazard into the place. So it is something worth considering. And then Sunday nine oh, five AM eastern time, the north London Darby at the emerets arsenal and Tottenham JJ in twenty five years in the last twenty five years, how many times do you think Tottenham have one at arsenal? In the last twenty five years. Twice once on that was the thousand eleven God, you remember who scored the way it was down to nil. And they stormed back and scored three straight. Do you? Remember who scored the winner for them on a set-piece on a header? I think it was the eighty sixth minute or something. Two thousand eleven all my God. I don't Eunice Kabu. Oh, my Lord. Yeah. Eunice kabu. It's the only time in the last quarter century Spurs of one at arsenal. Ona Harry's guys. This is it ends. Well, we talked about it ends a fascinating week for Tottenham which started against Chelsea mid week against inter. And now this I mean, this is pasta Tino been been putting through put through the ringer here through the same thing. He had an Chelsea Chelsea Napoli run. You know, come on. Now, you're right. But like it's just funny because all of the good that has happened for Tottenham this week. You know, how the fan base will react if they lose to arsenal. They would have taken. I think like six nil drubbings in those other two matches at the. Yeah. So if Tino comes up short on this one, it feels like all the goodwill that he is picked up over the last few weeks and other matches are just out the window. And then of course, Sunday eleven fifteen AM your weekend is capped off with your Darby Liverpool and Everton, of course, it's at Anfield all their games are. 'field s right? Yeah. Resurgent everton. It's going to be very interesting. The I suppose the murmurs from Everton fans have changed very quickly in the last few weeks. They believed that the silver project is moving in a direction, which is quite to their liking. And this is a strong. I mean cloth even said, this is strong and Everton as he would have come up against in the last year or so. Yeah. Looking forward to it. It's probably going to be nil nil. No with about four contentious tackles is this won't be. No, no, what a bad opinion by you, one of your worst. And obey the way, the Copa Libertadores. Second leg has been announced. It's going to be Sunday December ninth at the burn avow in Madrid. Yeah. Which is. Well, what was the right answer here not Doha, but definitely not Madrid. Either Tim Vickery suggested that he was all for the United Arab Emirates suggestion. Yeah. There's there's a lot historically going on here, which means playing. In the burn abo- this game in the burner. Bo is is is weird Boesch. Well, I don't know. Look, you talk about being between a rock and a hard place. Everything what Tim did predict, you know, Boca Juniors did make that kind of one eighty turn and ask that river played disqualified. I was thinking about that is that how you would want to win a to my whole absolutely not like if I were Boca Juniors player. I would almost wanna talk the club out of that. Like the eagles won their first Super Bowl last year. If like, you know, let's say back in two thousand four when the eagles played the patriots in the Super Bowl during spy gate, like if let's say the NFL had retroactively gone back and said, no, no New England. You're disqualified the Super Bowl has been awarded to the eagles. Yeah. Wants that. I don't know. Just feels just I don't know that would feel hollow to me. I'm glad that they are actually playing a game rather than just having an end on this qualification. Yeah. But one final point on. This is the Washington Post pointed out money in Argentina and other South American countries said it didn't make sense to transfer to. Spain the final of tournament named after the men who have freed the American continent from European colonize interesting. That's the other kind of background to this. Look, it's better than Doha put it..

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Boca Juniors vs. River Plate: Real Madrid's stadium will host second leg of Copa Libertadores

BBC World Service

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Boca Juniors vs. River Plate: Real Madrid's stadium will host second leg of Copa Libertadores

"Government and the and the government of Madrid the council of Madrid have given all these security guarantees, which which is important river plate's have also suffered other punishments. They'll have to play two games next year behind closed doors, and I've suffered a fine of four hundred thousand dollars after tell you. That both sides are appealing so both Boca Juniors and River Plate. We'll take this to the appeals committee ball could Younis assuming that like turn up for the game. And I think I will will still maintain their protest, and they could take it all the way to the court of arbitration for sport in Switzerland. So the quarrel between the sub-tropical Tweedle dum and Tweedle Dee continues. Yes. And and so it seems like no lessons have been learned here. Unfortunately, not. So I would love to say that I was unpleasantly surprised by the saints in one as last Saturday. But instead are found it all very sadly predictable. And as as one leading Argentine journalist has just tweeted on social media. He said, you know, we've come accustomed to Europe taking our best players now taking our biggest gain simply because we can't organize it with the twenty thirty World Cup Argentina wanting to stage that this is a big belong to those planes. Tim Vickery the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is now the second biggest in history as the country heads towards long awaited. Election's officials say measures will be taken on voting day, a number of health workers involved in the response or more concerned about possible post-election violence and how that could halt their efforts to contain the virus. Louis Dewa reports. He region is an active conflict zone in eastern DRC. It's also where full hundred and twenty six cases have been reported since July two hundred and forty five people are believed to have died at the same time campaigning for upcoming elections is underway. One of the presidential candidates is scheduled to have a rally in the area later this week one of the challenges when it comes to containing. This outbreak is not Benny is a region where people travel a lot between towns and across the border to Uganda. And now elections scheduled on December twenty third or presenting a new challenge as Sarah Taylor from the International Rescue Committee explains in order to vote populations. Everyone has to be where they registered to vote. So there will be a lot of movement of people, and if that's happening around. Any and Bhutan bow. Then there's risks of the spread as a result of that. Benny is home to more than two hundred thousand people and is expected to have around three hundred polling stations, a number of them will be in affected areas. The ministry of health

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"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

"And there was lots of clutching Pyros on Saturday. Not amongst River Plate fans who are pretty nonplussed about this whole scenario. They were only annoyed that the game was called off. But regular folks like me who dip and dip out of South American football where we're shocked by this. You've view know this game inside out in South America. How regular is this claimed of not maybe this level of violence, but how regular is violence in the game on matchdays on the continent. Extremely regular extremely regular almost almost run of the mill huge. And what I would say a football in. United States is coming. Because you look a seat in South American football Akon seats, many positive elements of change agents. She's gonna come from one. Possible hug puffing keys is more cooperation between South America. And I'm the CONCACAF region. They're all synergies there. I think because football in South America is not club football is really not in a good way. Not going into good Bill reaction. Buff has credibility and tradition. Football in your positive world. I think it has been moving in the right direction. You know, you've consolidated. Very strong, very interesting league in king in in Mexico. But what's lacking, even in Mexico, which alone football interdiction? But. On tradition and credibility. Of come to the conclusion of of I come around to this. Oh. But more cooperation, I think is the food because those finishes they meet folk perfectly. No, there have been attempts to get Champions League full the America's up and going and that one's into problems it runs in especially appropriate distance the distances involved, a huge, you know, just the distance between Mexico City. Other than that between London remember cities, India. So you put up to Seattle Toronto. And soap of that, you know on a home in a white by. I think there are serious problems on that basis. I think they're all real possibilities for cooperation. Maybe let's hope for in in the limited-overs. It's helpful in the CONCACAF Champions League. I'm not the calendar is already very very close it and something would have to give you know, what if it happened? But I think that Israel potential. Potential. I think in that kind of tournaments in a home in a white thing striking hold America's because of the because of the distance in both oh, bringing 'em LA and Mexico into the limited-overs because that would be a complete treason all the countries in coca Kathy really don't deserve that, you know, votes as well. So having some kind of tournament between side itself four of Concha, Catherine culpable allows both to retain this separate identities. But also to have some kind of the benefits of each other the benefit financial, and they're also incomes of credibility on much and what it would do to a an MLS club. So win trophy like this up against the best of Mexico. The best of South America as well credit? But it's a football in you'll pasta world and the financial spin-offs imparts even. Spinoffs Becca governments would think perhaps they wanted to full full in South America. So that that's the that's a nice shiny looking at among one step at a time. We're still waiting for an MLS clubs win Kaka CAF Champions League. Let alone the liberty doors. Yeah. But we this could be an American foreign policy. We could all get behind. Yes. Absolutely. Well, Tim, this is fascinating. Obviously the whole world is watching how this is gonna play out. And we appreciate you giving us some time here to to fill us. Thanks, man. About our thanks to Tim Vickery. That is jarring to hear him say that football violence is still not just prevalent, but very prevalent in that part of the world and beyond. What even we remember from the nineteen eighties in in Britain where we thought that was disaster of it. This is this is a criminal enterprise. He suggested unbelievable. Yeah. Ugly situation will will keep an eye on it for sure because it's far from resolved. We'll do we got a podcast later in this week. We'll recap both the Champions League MLS conference finals second legs. We'll do our mailbag there..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And there was lots of clutching Pyros on Saturday. Not amongst River Plate fans who are pretty nonplussed about this whole scenario. They were only annoyed that the game was called off. But regular folks like me who dip and dip out of South American football where we're shocked by this. You've view know this game inside out in South America. How regular is this claimed of not maybe this level of violence, but how regular is violence in the game on matchdays on the continent. Extremely regular extremely regular almost almost run of the mill huge. And what I would say a football in. United States is coming. Because you look a seat in South American football Akon seats, many positive elements of change agents. She's gonna come from one. Possible hug puffing keys is more cooperation between South America. And I'm the CONCACAF region. They're all synergies there. I think because football in South America is not club football is really not in a good way. Not going into good Bill reaction. Buff has credibility and tradition. Football in your positive world. I think it has been moving in the right direction. You know, you've consolidated. Very strong, very interesting league in king in in Mexico. But what's lacking, even in Mexico, which alone football interdiction? But. On tradition and credibility. Of come to the conclusion of of I come around to this. Oh. But more cooperation, I think is the food because those finishes they meet folk perfectly. No, there have been attempts to get Champions League full the America's up and going and that one's into problems it runs in especially appropriate distance the distances involved, a huge, you know, just the distance between Mexico City. Other than that between London remember cities, India. So you put up to Seattle Toronto. And soap of that, you know on a home in a white by. I think there are serious problems on that basis. I think they're all real possibilities for cooperation. Maybe let's hope for in in the limited-overs. It's helpful in the CONCACAF Champions League. I'm not the calendar is already very very close it and something would have to give you know, what if it happened? But I think that Israel potential. Potential. I think in that kind of tournaments in a home in a white thing striking hold America's because of the because of the distance in both oh, bringing 'em LA and Mexico into the limited-overs because that would be a complete treason all the countries in coca Kathy really don't deserve that, you know, votes as well. So having some kind of tournament between side itself four of Concha, Catherine culpable allows both to retain this separate identities. But also to have some kind of the benefits of each other the benefit financial, and they're also incomes of credibility on much and what it would do to a an MLS club. So win trophy like this up against the best of Mexico. The best of South America as well credit? But it's a football in you'll pasta world and the financial spin-offs imparts even. Spinoffs Becca governments would think perhaps they wanted to full full in South America. So that that's the that's a nice shiny looking at among one step at a time. We're still waiting for an MLS clubs win Kaka CAF Champions League. Let alone the liberty doors. Yeah. But we this could be an American foreign policy. We could all get behind. Yes. Absolutely. Well, Tim, this is fascinating. Obviously the whole world is watching how this is gonna play out. And we appreciate you giving us some time here to to fill us. Thanks, man. About our thanks to Tim Vickery. That is jarring to hear him say that football violence is still not just prevalent, but very prevalent in that part of the world and beyond. What even we remember from the nineteen eighties in in Britain where we thought that was disaster of it. This is this is a criminal enterprise. He suggested unbelievable. Yeah. Ugly situation will will keep an eye on it for sure because it's far from resolved. We'll do we got a podcast later in this week. We'll recap both the Champions League MLS conference finals second legs. We'll do our mailbag there..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Oh, f f s I d there you go. I need a new suit. I'm going to do that before you definitely do before we get to Tim Vickery. This was breaking news, Paul Tenorio of the Atlantic. Columbus Crew and MLS finalizing transferred to send Zach Stephan to Manchester City for between seven and ten million per multiple sources. Yeah. I think he needs a move because the last few games that I've seen in playing in MLS. I he's made a few errors. I so what happens now, he's loaned out. Right. What do you mean? Oh, yeah. To be loaned out. Well, yeah. That's where you hope. He's a good level and his development continues because he's got all the tools, height agility. Wow. Strength. So you know, that's a good source as well. And Oreo how about that? All right. Interesting. Good for sex deafen. He's onto Europe. I assume which is unless he's loaned right back to Columbus. Push. Will be weird. I don't thank you think about that. That would be CF g owning a player in MLS. That is not NYC. Right. But is not their farm team. They I mean, the one in the same as I mean, I don't know. I don't know what you mean. By that. I'm saying like are NYC FC. They're just to be the minor league club for Manchester City. I don't think we should go down this road. Let's see Copa Libertadores JJ. You mentioned you were at River Plate bar over the weekend expecting to see the second leg. Yeah. And what you saw. Instead was nothing. Nothing FOX deport has doing a great job of talking about nothing worried anxious faces smashed windows on buses wrenching. Sick injured polka players in the dressing room on the worried design of Carlos Tavares and also in the meanwhile, all in the background River Plate fines in the bar in Williamsburg, just having a grand old time. It was all pretty embarrassing. I think you'd have to say, yes, shocking. The showcase event in this competition's history to now be. Be clouded the way that it is like this should have been epic, you know, memorable final between two of the great clubs and the greatest rivalry arguably in the sport chore, and instead none of that's all out the window now, like the the the script is written as to how this will be remembered. Yeah. And prominent journalists from our side of the gold were all there you had Miguel Delaney. You had ROY Smith of New York Times. This was big big news. And they tweeted to the English speaking world who were really invested in this game. Probably for the first time because we dip in dip in dip when whenever there's a story. Right. So that did huge damage as well. They really did everyone was talking about and and the farce the lack of organization the kind of also the craving -ness of CONMEBOL to try and make sure this game went ahead on Saturday. It basically took teve is on sky. Go to come out and said, we're we're not in a fit state to play embarrassing embarrassing. Still so many questions about this had happened who's to blame for what happens next. I'll tell you what Tim Vickery is really one of the thirties in the world on South American football from ESPN the BBC and in a busy time. He is kind enough to give us a few minutes right now. Tim what's up, man? How are you? Lovey to kick the ball around for a few minutes slipped capable round of it movement at W weekend. Yeah. I mean, you know, we essentially have the base knowledge of everything that went down there. Can you just sort of describe the level of chaos from your perspective and your experience? I mean, you've covered this for certainly longer than we have was this like, even by your standards, just like, wow, beyond precedent or anything. You've really seen before the game is on president as the biggest guy in the history of club in South America. It's the biggest guy high-stakes between the two principal rivals of of the consonants. Attracting global audience alike of which clubs never had. So you're folding from a from a very high place. Unfortunately, in the slightest surprised that we have problems not actual you have many good things about culture..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Oh, f f s I d there you go. I need a new suit. I'm going to do that before you definitely do before we get to Tim Vickery. This was breaking news, Paul Tenorio of the Atlantic. Columbus Crew and MLS finalizing transferred to send Zach Stephan to Manchester City for between seven and ten million per multiple sources. Yeah. I think he needs a move because the last few games that I've seen in playing in MLS. I he's made a few errors. I so what happens now, he's loaned out. Right. What do you mean? Oh, yeah. To be loaned out. Well, yeah. That's where you hope. He's a good level and his development continues because he's got all the tools, height agility. Wow. Strength. So you know, that's a good source as well. And Oreo how about that? All right. Interesting. Good for sex deafen. He's onto Europe. I assume which is unless he's loaned right back to Columbus. Push. Will be weird. I don't thank you think about that. That would be CF g owning a player in MLS. That is not NYC. Right. But is not their farm team. They I mean, the one in the same as I mean, I don't know. I don't know what you mean. By that. I'm saying like are NYC FC. They're just to be the minor league club for Manchester City. I don't think we should go down this road. Let's see Copa Libertadores JJ. You mentioned you were at River Plate bar over the weekend expecting to see the second leg. Yeah. And what you saw. Instead was nothing. Nothing FOX deport has doing a great job of talking about nothing worried anxious faces smashed windows on buses wrenching. Sick injured polka players in the dressing room on the worried design of Carlos Tavares and also in the meanwhile, all in the background River Plate fines in the bar in Williamsburg, just having a grand old time. It was all pretty embarrassing. I think you'd have to say, yes, shocking. The showcase event in this competition's history to now be. Be clouded the way that it is like this should have been epic, you know, memorable final between two of the great clubs and the greatest rivalry arguably in the sport chore, and instead none of that's all out the window now, like the the the script is written as to how this will be remembered. Yeah. And prominent journalists from our side of the gold were all there you had Miguel Delaney. You had ROY Smith of New York Times. This was big big news. And they tweeted to the English speaking world who were really invested in this game. Probably for the first time because we dip in dip in dip when whenever there's a story. Right. So that did huge damage as well. They really did everyone was talking about and and the farce the lack of organization the kind of also the craving -ness of CONMEBOL to try and make sure this game went ahead on Saturday. It basically took teve is on sky. Go to come out and said, we're we're not in a fit state to play embarrassing embarrassing. Still so many questions about this had happened who's to blame for what happens next. I'll tell you what Tim Vickery is really one of the thirties in the world on South American football from ESPN the BBC and in a busy time. He is kind enough to give us a few minutes right now. Tim what's up, man? How are you? Lovey to kick the ball around for a few minutes slipped capable round of it movement at W weekend. Yeah. I mean, you know, we essentially have the base knowledge of everything that went down there. Can you just sort of describe the level of chaos from your perspective and your experience? I mean, you've covered this for certainly longer than we have was this like, even by your standards, just like, wow, beyond precedent or anything. You've really seen before the game is on president as the biggest guy in the history of club in South America. It's the biggest guy high-stakes between the two principal rivals of of the consonants. Attracting global audience alike of which clubs never had. So you're folding from a from a very high place. Unfortunately, in the slightest surprised that we have problems not actual you have many good things about culture..

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"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The east side south the only thing that we're not concerned about ocean. So other than that, we've asked evacuate. We have all available firefighters out there an all parameters and unburned areas of this fire trying to protect the structure is joining us from Los Angeles. Correspondent Dan Johnson. And Dan, what is the latest? You can tell us on the fires. Well, they are still burning and there's real concern that this could get worse over the next couple of days because after a slight lull in the winds and the weather. The winds are expected to pick up again, which is what's being fanning these flames blowing them right across the hill here taking out people's homes and businesses as they stretch further towards the sea and with more warm, dry, weather and those winds. This is only expected to get worse because there are eight thousand firefighters battling these blazes. But so far they've been unable to stop them all contain them. Really? And it sounds like the one in the north is is worse, given the most people have died there. Yes. Indeed. It sounds like it was down to how quickly that fire was moving that it went through the town of paradise so quickly that people are no time to escape so twenty nine people have lost their lives there. There are nearly seven thousand homes and businesses that have been burnt to the ground. There's very little left there. And the authorities still trying to search for two hundred probably more people who are not accounted for because it's difficult to work out where people may have gone as they've evacuated at the last minute where they may have ended up and it's possible that some people were stuck in their homes, but just still aren't accounted for because officials and firefighters still can't reach those properties. And what's been the reaction in California to those comments from President Trump blaming forest management for these fires. Well, the the was absolute anger and rage yesterday that I tweeted message from the president essentially putting the blame on local officials for poor management. The response from the local firefighters union was very angry condemning those comments and saying I'm not even accurate anyway that much of the forest by the federal government. And anyway, shouldn't the response at a time like this Peter sympathize with those who've lost their lives lost family lost their properties. Well, the president has subsequently put some other messages on social media that are much more sympathetic, but people here are waiting for action. And that's why the governor has called on the president to release some state funds to try make even more resources available to try and fight. These fires we've seen helicopters flying over their planes dumping powder. That is supposed to suppress the fires. And there are hundreds of fire engines over five engines now involved in a huge operation. But still they seem to be unable to stop. These fires burning Dan. Thank you. Dan Johnson that with the latest live from California. Now to being built in Argentina as the game of the century. The rain tonight at first leg of the final of South America's main club football tournament, the Copa Libertadores finally took place in his hirees on Sunday night and brought together the city's fierce rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate watching our South America football correspondent, Tim Vickery. These are two deadly rivals. Both of them grew up in the working class dot Klein's area. Reporters poker have stayed defiantly. They stand for the people River Plate of long since moved out to the snooty suburbs. So there's a strong class elements, especially on the level of symbolism and just to show the importance of this game. The biggest game in the history of this. Great rivalry one local radio station broadcast the match with the commentators. Speaking in calming voices, soothing music in the background and the continuous spots during the program about how to get in touch with your cardiologists. It's something which transcends foot. This competitions equivalent to the Champions League in Europe. I think and the first time is it that two teams from the same city of Medici other in the final, correct. Yeah. We had a couple of all Brazil finals just over overtake ago. This is the first all Argentine final the first final from two teams of the same city, and it happens to be these two and because the rest of the continents can really identify with this fort line of haves versus have nots this game, which is followed with almost religious fervor. Not just in Buenos Aires, not just in Argentina. But all over South America. And this is the biggest match in the history of of this ROY. It's almost off the scale and this match ending to two is all set up for an incredibly, exciting second-leg. It certainly is especially as the first leg as a spectacle was so much better than people expected of the general expectation was for lots of drama lots of atmosphere, but not a lot of quality on the field instead of which we had the ebbs and flows of a five day test match. Condensed into nineteen minutes. So it was a terrific first game, and it raises the anticipation all the more for the second game on the twenty fourth of November, South American football. Correspondent Tim Vickery on the first leg of the Copa Libertadores. Final. Just gone five nineteen GMT. This is the newsroom from the BBC. More than a month after the Saudi Arabia jealous Jamal Shoghi was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, America and Britain are continuing to demand answers about his death the Saudis insist it was part of a rogue operation and Saudi Arabia's defacto leader crown prince Mohammad bin Salman had nothing to do with it the British Foreign Secretary. Jeremy hunt is heading to Saudi Arabia. Well, expressed his concerns in person. Meanwhile, the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has also weighed in and with details last, here's our Washington. Correspondent Kris Buckler. The US secretary of state's Mike Pompeo spoke directly to the Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, and emphasized that the kingdom needed to follow through on its promise to fully investigate Jurmala Xiaojie staff. He was murdered in the Saudi consulate in eastern bureau. And it's understood that the Turkish authorities have not shared audio recordings office killing with their counterparts in the UK, Germany fronts and America, Mr. Pompeo told the Saudi leader that the US would hold everyone involved accountable, and that his country needs to do the same the murder of the Washington Post journalist has strained the relationship between America and its Middle East ally lead to greater scrutiny of their ties in the wide ranging telephone call Mike Pompeo also pick pressure on Saudi Arabia to enter negotiations. In an attempt to end, the warring Yemen. The US house optimally provided some support for the Saudi led coalition involved in the controversial conflict. Chris Butler votes are being counted. In elections in two self-declared Russian-backed republics in eastern, Ukraine elections in Luhansk internet have been called farcical and illegal by Ukraine's government and have been condemned by the EU and US the regions have been outside the control of the authorities in Kiev since the early days of the separatist conflict in two thousand fourteen from the capital has our correspondent, John officia? They've been called a fast a fake and a mockery. But with the backing of Russia Luhansk and dinette have gone ahead with their elections television pictures show, a steady if unspectacular turnout optimism is many. And what can we change we can only come and make our choice? Why should we listen to Europe when we can listen to our only? Leaders and ourselves. We always said that is people who have power through elections. We give power to those. We elect we should have legitimate. Authorities. The result is not in question, the processes being carefully managed so that the current leaders faced no serious opponents it's likely to be simply a matter of how much they win by. And whether the result reflects the voting or is the government in Kiev claims is already entirely predetermined. No country has officially recognised the self-declared republics of la- hands could the nets. They continue to survive. Thanks to military and economic support from Russia. Jennifer in care now look at what else is happening in the world today with Stewart seven opposition leaders from the Democratic Republic of Congo have chosen a joint candidate for presidential elections due next month, the businessman Martin viola will stand against the former interior minister, Emmanuel Ramazani Shardari who is backed by the outgoing President Joseph Kabila, the elections were meant to take place two years ago, speaking in Geneva after his nomination took place, Mr. for you said he looked forward to the challenge of the election. Combat. I will lead the fight with all my colleagues. We will lead the fight for free democratic inclusive transparent and calm elections because the Congolese people need a leader that they have chosen the people need leaders. The will help them prosper, and we the seven of us. We are committed to these goals internet giant Alibaba has set new sales records on Sunday for its biggest shopping day, the annual singles day, the Chinese company hit a record one billion dollars in sales. He five seconds, and then just shy of ten billion dollars in the first hour of the twenty four hour spree internal customers spent just under thirty one billion dollars up twenty seven percent on last year. And the Canadian actor Douglas rain who was best known as the voice of the computer Hal in the film two thousand and one died at the age of ninety. He was an acclaimed Shakespearean stage actor before he was offered. The role in two thousand one space odyssey directed by Stanley Kubrick, how nine thousand control systems on the discovery one spacecraft one of the best known scenes in the nineteen sixty eight film sees the computer refused to obey the orders of one of the crew. David Bowman open the pod bay.

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"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

"On that i totally agree with you i also think that name neymar does get kicked around of course he does because he is that player but you know you have to get on with it happened to all the best players in the world maradona's at dan they all get that kind of attention and you have to be you can't be like him also if you know me i adore to read it's important to read tim vickery's piece on investable base it's on his on his twitter timeline about the monster of of neymar that's been created when he was a young player in senior football in brazil in twenty ten when people were still talking about bringing him to the twenty time world culpas an eighteen year old and he lost it absolutely lost it when he wasn't allowed take a penalty this is a long time how would i say cultivation of this monster of neymar that we see on the field now where he believes that he can dictate what is a foul when he goes over i believe no when name throws himself over and dives for the slightest contact on completely embellishes attack oh i believe he know thinks that is a phone anyway because it's on him he is built up this complex around on tim victories pieces own believable and i read that actually and he tim victory said something that was really interesting to me that i've never really thought about but he said neymars polarizing in that he is a sensational talent there's there's just simply no denying then but he does carry himself in a way that is childish and tim mentions the fact that look at his jersey he still has name our junior on the back of his jersey which almost serves as this constant reminder that he is a boy in the way that he can conducts himself on the field at time oh yeah yeah absolutely brilliant talent but look if you're expecting chichi are anybody on his team to bring them into line before the next game that's not happening so expect more of this from the oh yeah this is who he is no i don't think he'll ever change in his mid thirties playing and he'll be resorted this is just this is what you get with neymar love and hate him but this is totally who he can early in the time said that an unplanned name our nobody is telling neymar that neighbors wrong we move on from brazil and mexico to what is probably the game of the tournament so far here it is on fox sports to the middle courtois grabs it in traffic looks roles hebrews year leagues.

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"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

"On that i totally agree with you i also think that name neymar does get kicked around of course he does because he is that player but you know you have to get on with it happened to all the best players in the world maradona's at dan they all get that kind of attention and you have to be you can't be like him also if you know me i adore to read it's important to read tim vickery's piece on investable base it's on his on his twitter timeline about the monster of of neymar that's been created when he was a young player in senior football in brazil in twenty ten when people were still talking about bringing him to the twenty time world culpas an eighteen year old and he lost it absolutely lost it when he wasn't allowed take a penalty this is a long time how would i say cultivation of this monster of neymar that we see on the field now where he believes that he can dictate what is a foul when he goes over i believe no when name throws himself over and dives for the slightest contact on completely embellishes attack oh i believe he know thinks that is a phone anyway because it's on him he is built up this complex around on tim victories pieces own believable and i read that actually and he tim victory said something that was really interesting to me that i've never really thought about but he said neymars polarizing in that he is a sensational talent there's there's just simply no denying then but he does carry himself in a way that is childish and tim mentions the fact that look at his jersey he still has name our junior on the back of his jersey which almost serves as this constant reminder that he is a boy in the way that he can conducts himself on the field at time oh yeah yeah absolutely brilliant talent but look if you're expecting chichi are anybody on his team to bring them into line before the next game that's not happening so expect more of this from the oh yeah this is who he is no i don't think he'll ever change in his mid thirties playing and he'll be resorted this is just this is what you get with neymar love and hate him but this is totally who he can early in the time said that an unplanned name our nobody is telling neymar that neighbors wrong we move on from brazil and mexico to what is probably the game of the tournament so far here it is on fox sports to the middle courtois grabs it in traffic looks roles hebrews year leagues.

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"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of five thousand fans watching the match back in the plaza san martine in buenos aires on shoes day pandemonium there and heartbreaking dejection as we say for nigeria who have now lost five times in a row to argentina at the world cup but the former nigerian striker peter autumn wanggai's watching the match for the bbc says he was still proud of the nigerian performance despite the defeat so many compliments to argentina i think some of it is a credit to nigeria because you know eighty seven minute i think maybe a third notice messy lay down in flow before the final whistle trying to waste time and soon as he heard the whistle he got up right there on his feet which is how much stress they went through and you know it only shows that you did did well he got a yellow card at the end of the game for wasting time this shows like how much they how hard it was for them so i'm proud to be an issue today is the youngest team move ever put out in the world cup we have an african cup coming next you know qatar some of it i think maybe most of these players but for mikhail maybe we'll still be playing in this in this in the in the nigerian squad oh by no means everything is all rosy for argentina the bbc's south american football expert tim vickery says there are still massive problems for the team and their manager jorges some powell to address this very old side that they put out don't have class goalkeeper class sense about that class full and they're still having amash heavy in central mayfield so it's very hard to see how they can stand up to the french on saturday if argentina can make a challenge it's going to be a little bit the way that that it was four years ago when they went to brazil with individual talent that individual talent was unfit at the end of the season and they just played from a bunker and then managed to get themselves through the hardly school any colds in the knockout round at all it was messy with little bits of individual genius and it was measured a holding the defense together we'll masharawi is no longer able to hold the defense waited for years ago so it's very very hard i think to see argentina i'm putting in a challenge if always france i'll be very very happy about playing them rather than croatia so yes franz do next play argentina on saturday croatia tim also mentioned we'll play denmark in the last sixteen four more games later on wednesday at the world cup germany by no means guaranteed qualification yet to the last sixteen they play south korea later ron whilst mexico who currently top group e play sweden and those matches getting off at fourteen hours gmt and in group f brazil also still not guaranteed qualification yet take on serbia needing a victory while switzerland play the already eliminated costa rica thank you mike you may have heard a little earlier allen cassandra of this program watching the nigeria game with lots of ghanaians he himself of course ugandan kenyon and all the gun i were behind nigeria and one of our nigerian colleague says she's going to support senegal now and that's quite interesting so the continental solidarity which you don't something you would get in europe thing now the idea of english fans say after their team being knocked out suddenly going supporting germany or germans voting france or spain portugal just i can't imagine it the almost matters more to me that france lose an england win loyalty if i'm totally honest thank you mike i sport this new state now it's time for the business is a weird business story from kenya it's a big story in kenya one of the most talked about their a man arrested sentence for selling cat meat for use in samosas philip hampshire is here what's the business angle on this and philip well food adulteration is a major issue in large parts of the world particularly asia and across africa to kenya's had its massive share food adulteration scandals over the last few years we're going to some of those in just a minute but specifically the story is obviously causing a bus because people don't like not knowing exactly what their food isn't a gentleman called james kimani pip before caught in the town of nakuru yesterday it's the fourth largest town in kenya it's an agricultural market town which is one of the reasons was so significant it's a town.

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"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

"The knockout round also i mean motion fans will look at it and they'll say god the first team we've played that's really the any kind of football standing in the world and we get told so you know yeah and then there's uruguay who i guess they look you know suarez cavani they they played pretty well i don't even really know what to say i mean i guess uruguay needed a game like that heading into the knockout round because they have been kind of you know tim vickery wrote a grid piece where he describe your voice football in the first two games as football within a bunker yeah like they throw grenade and then they they hide i'm just kind of absorb pre i mean they absorbed attacks from saudi arabia like this is the level of what you're gonna play football right to the very end this is who they are so rocha haven't been they're kind of coming out packed he has an attacking force is not going to feel good for the russians i guess no probably not and then the other game in group a egypt one and saudi arabia to saudi arabia score extremely late basically the last kick of the ball good for them in their first world cup win in thirteen world cup matches so now the baton of loser dumb is passed to honduras who have who have never won in nine matches six losses three draws a how cool was it for a forty five year old man to save penalty as well yes very cool made its debut in nineteen ninetythree oh yeah great moment and look i thought mosala goal was awesome yeah chip from that distance with the i dunno i thought it was in the moment to it felt like it could have been important it wasn't again import these are relative terms these teams knew they weren't advancing but there's still something to be said for getting a win especially for saudi arabia you saw what it meant to them when they finally did get that win their first ever also important for silent a sense of the rumors that been sort on random regarding like he's not coming back for egypt he did a good pulse match where he was only say ob but he's a kind of he seems like a positive kind of going and he said we're already preparing for the world call on i think him saying that will have a swayed some of the fears of egypt yeah it would obviously be such an incredible shame for a guy who's still in his prime who has another world cup in his prime in him or at least a run up to one it's no guarantee obviously that egypt qualify but most allah continuing at this rate we'd like to see him in another major tournament so it would be sad just like the way messy retiring from argentina after the copa centenario would have been sad for this world cup so hopefully i don't know cooler heads prevail you know the the emotions right now you see it i don't know i'm trying to remember back to other world cups jj where the the emotion that guys have shown in the early part of this tournament neymar tears cheat thereto in tears after very early game well don't forget on knockout stage games i'm just trying to remember if that has has been a regular occurrence in pass world cups i just feel like the emotion is just like way ratcheted up even by world cup standard you thought everybody else was more the kind of gary cooper strong silent type in previous world cokes they went round stiff upper lip yeah i don't know i don't know if that's true i you'd have to think back but i would say that wouldn't name all right we'll take that with a with pension salt i mean it's either as under tremendous pressure or be destroyed is the most social media savvy guy in the world on his just ready to add this to the instagram story out of his liking it is what you're saying we'll yeah this i mean you've always had it in for a guy who who broke his foot undecided too on the day of the death of dr stephen hawking getting the wheelchair and come on this is a individual who is very social media savvy and he's looking.

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"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I'm going to keep the company line of what i just gave for brazil and okay now i know the result was horrifying for argentina it was jarring and i'm sure there's gonna be some guys and some fans whose confidence is rattled by it however if you told me the cleveland cavaliers were playing you know i mean spanner a great team so let's tell you tell me the cavs were playing the warriors and you told me that the warriors won by forty i would say oh my god that's horrifying then if you told me yet but lebron play i would say oh okay well it's bad but i get it i mean i see what you're saying no messy no dibella noah cardi i'm not saying that argentina's still don't have good players but don't ask me to pass judgment over argentina when three of their best players and by the way one of those players is the best player in the world when those three aren't playing i'm not prepared to make any sweeping judgments about argentina i was reading our very own tim vickery who i'm sure we'll consult before the world called on espn dot com talking about this some police project so let's not forget the script over the line it took messy coming back and scoring a hattrick against ecuador to finally make it to the world cup andrew they have so many questions about style of play who plays alongside messy you just name some of the guys there to buy cardi how how they figure this out what about a going aguayo role on the you're not even talking about the midfield you're not really defense defense was shambolic span the monk space they gave up he's he also experimented with two new fullbacks that didn't really work oh for him and also he's a book coming out.

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"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I'm going to keep the company line of what i just gave for brazil and okay now i know the result was horrifying for argentina it was jarring and i'm sure there's gonna be some guys and some fans whose confidence is rattled by it however if you told me the cleveland cavaliers were playing you know i mean spanner a great team so let's tell you tell me the cavs were playing the warriors and you told me that the warriors won by forty i would say oh my god that's horrifying then if you told me yet but lebron play i would say oh okay well it's bad but i get it i mean i see what you're saying no messy no dibella noah cardi i'm not saying that argentina's still don't have good players but don't ask me to pass judgment over argentina when three of their best players and by the way one of those players is the best player in the world when those three aren't playing i'm not prepared to make any sweeping judgments about argentina i was reading our very own tim vickery who i'm sure we'll consult before the world called on espn dot com talking about this some police project so let's not forget the script over the line it took messy coming back and scoring a hattrick against ecuador to finally make it to the world cup andrew they have so many questions about style of play who plays alongside messy you just name some of the guys there to buy cardi how how they figure this out what about a going aguayo role on the you're not even talking about the midfield you're not really defense defense was shambolic span the monk space they gave up he's he also experimented with two new fullbacks that didn't really work oh for him and also he's a book coming out.

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"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tim vickery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The latest on sinn tennis unson football and kevin anderson through to the semifinals of the us open tennis off debating sam query in a marathon match at nearly two o'clock in the morning by the time they finished at flushing meadows our trade start from anderson whose through to the last four of a grand slam for the first time in his career at that is in the men's store in the women's draw venus williams beat patrick offensive are and will therefore play shlone stevens in the last four of the women straw to american women one of them guaranteed a place in the final at the football lend egypt's to manager told the baby she they won't be assuming qualification for russia 2018 even though are now two points ahead with two games to play off to victory over uganda last night zambia gabon and cape verde making the headlines as well cape first level at the top of their pool with burkina fasso it's all to play for in african qualifying and south american qualifying argentina and chile with two games left in their qualifying campaign outside the automatic qualifying spots for the world cup much more sport on sport today at eighteen thirty gmt cnn and on focus on africa and i was going to say do see count the common tree for a mess syria's ninety third minute equaliser against iran swimming world cup hopes are still alive after a playoff modern then it would be another play i won that playoff but the dream mr lula and the common sights was basically weak paying in not clip i've now after that goal must see kenyan thanks very much indeed and let's stay with some sports news and news have an international investigation into possible corruption in the awarding of the 2016 summer olympic gangs its escalated with the head of brazil's olympic association call us newsmen being questioned by police and his home searched the key allegation is that bribes were paid to mainly african delegates in return for them voting to award rio the games tim vickery is a sports journalist in brazil operation unfair play as its been been named has two facets one is domestic and the other is international the domestic angle of this is the use of of the olympic games and i quote here from the.

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