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"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

09:58 min | 11 months ago

"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on Caught Offside

"You know endangering the safety of an opponent. He's got a lot of the ball. There's a follow through all right but it's not. It's not a dangerous followed through. You're not injuring anyone in that fashion. Or it's going to be very unfortunate if you do to me. It was dreadfully harsh. And i know it's i don't understand why it was given. It changed the complexion of the game. Because you know. The swiss had battled to get back into it and they found themselves in a good moment. This was this was a really really tough game for the spanish on was interested in. I I was reading on the euro twenty twenty app so graham hunter our friend. Friend of the podcast. He's dispagne reporter so when they're doing their match recaps on the euro twenty twenty app which is pretty. Good up they give. They take a little blurb a little paragraph on On each team from the respective reporter's perspective and obviously for spain. Graham graham had this say about the spanish performance nobody claimed at spam wordperfect. But this was an afternoon which proved where their problems light if they lose an edge physically or mentally then their exuberant sparking. Football can go a little flat. I taught that's exactly what happened in this game. A no matter how much the coach and the two players dislike talking about the subject. Pow tar is an american port as to left-footed central defenders. Simply don't look all that comfortable together. Nothing wrong with the effort nor the basic concepts with the verve. Wasn't there frankly could stand to learn from their opponents daring an all or nothing attitude then again span. Just penalty shootouts onwards. Just that's true. The point he makes about a po- tors and laporte. You could see it in the game. You could see it. In the in the mistake that led to the equaliser But yeah when when when there's a physical or mental or a something goes a little bit against them. this team can lose its its sparkle on its verve. As as graham said an. I thought we were pretty high on span even despite the fact that croatia pegged them back to bring them to extra time in the last game. i wonder if you know. We're roberto mancini's looking at those box and thinking that's somewhere we can. We can prophet. I'm sure he is now. I will say this about spain. it's not like they were completely limp in this one. No they weren't they weren't they generated. Chances i mean like you said john saumur was excellent ten sates in this and that leads to an excellent trivia question for you. Jj All right so yawn summer ten saves last goalkeeper with more in a single euro match. Was sir timothy of howard. So he's actually american so sorry. Sorry sorry sorry. Sorry so sorry euros not not were not tournament. sorry In the euros. But i'll tell you this for you. Specifically i would tell you. Don't think too hard. Don't think too hard more than ten saves in a single euro match. God was not that long ago. Spain was also the opponent. No-gwan tony shay given. no you're doing. Who made eleven saves against spain in group at age loss in twenty twelve andrew. How dare you why that may be a creek statistic. It may be very correct I want you to dan. Look how many goals he can look. Facts are facts and ideal in fact all right. That is that that is so you are right technically. You're right but the numbers and the facts you are right. That is so bogus bogus was. He was literally. And i'd like to see some of those saves by the way he was injured going into the tournament he was. He looked very old in that game and he conceded four goals made eleven saves my stupid my stupid answer of tim. Howard would have been better than this come on. He was excellent that day. That's how his remember that was never even said. Oh my god. That's how history remembers j. o. Lord dot is horrendous. So spader through. I don't i actually don't have a ton left on this game But i am extremely excited about that. Matchup spain in italy. I think that's going to be great. Anyway that is one of the most if not the most regular matchup in european championship span v. italy a kind of shocked me. What do you mean in terms of how many times they they have played each other in major tournaments. Yeah i look. My head is full of things. I've been watching so much football but What yeah that Commentator said those words. Yeah i i don't have the numbers in front of me but that sounds about right. I could see that. Can i Can i do one more thing. I mean they met in the twenty twelve final. I certainly right that right. Can we go back to our chart of on the s. From the previews i promise. I won't dwell on this squad. Average age versus playing time in the season. Twenty twenty twenty one so england with their huge amount of minutes led this table but they were on the good side of it so they had about thirty. Two hundred minutes across their squad played in for in club. Football bought their average age was in around was more was one of the younger ones. Actually it was in around twenty four point six twenty four point eight years of age so there's england in a semifinal Belgium who are out they are. They were one of the oldest teams but actually didn't have they were mid-ranking for minutes. Italy at around twenty eight hundred minutes And an average of twenty seven twenty seven point four. They're still in it. Obviously denmark andrew similar edge to italy la Quite a few laps less minutes. Twenty two hundred minutes. They're still in it. What does this prove about anything. Don't know a lot of numbers. Spain spain suspending england actually are in terms of minutes are are the d. remaining teams with the the two remaining teams with the most amount of minutes going into semi finals. I don't think that makes a difference now. I think we've answered our question on that. Maybe it'll make a difference in the semi finals but But england of showing that with their ability to rotate the squad. No problems Along those lines like is there any i. I've seen this talked about a little bit. Jj is there anything to be made of the fact that before semi-finalists all had their group stage matches played at home in the countries. Yeah is that a coincidence. Or is there something to that nod. There's something in that okay. Of course there is. I mean there's something in the fact that the danes went into their final group game with all that adversity with a design crowd behind him. Yeah against rocha to try and to try and lift them to that victory. of course there is There's something in the fact that wales at the travel back coup and then to rome and then to amsterdam like you just can't discount that There definitely is there definitely is something in it and having a home. Crowd is a pretty nice advantage job. Well there you go. That's our look at the quarter-final stage of the european championships. I'll tell you what let's take a super quick break when we come back on the other side we'll get to our other. Things are happening portion of the program. Don't go anywhere. Oh back now. Caught offside as we wind it down here j on a beautiful fourth of july. At least where i am. It's looks gorgeous out I can't wait to bring my children to fireworks tonight where they will undoubtedly be completely petrified and probably make it a miserable experience for everyone around them Fourth of july memories. You you take a lot of joy in bringing other people down to your misery level. I think you've unfairly pegged me in that way. I think i'm a much more beaten positive person that i'm given credit for But whatever i can take it Let's see a couple of other things. Jj that i wanted to mention. Obviously i wanted to at least say that the Copa america is now almost. It's essentially kind of reaching its conclusion here and we've really gone all in on it. Let's see so brazil governor. Jay zeus sent off but they do advanced one nil over chile and Also that same night an incredible Three three peru advancing on penalties against paraguay. There were cards there were late. Goals for both teams A really thrilling match so peru are into the semifinals as well and then leo messi once again leading argentina scoring a late goal three nil over ecuador and also columbia dancing on penalties. So you've got Some of the the the big boys are all still there. Certainly colombia argentina brazil. And they'll be joined by peru So i don't have too much else. I know the gabby was a worldy. An old timer.

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"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

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

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"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on Caught Offside

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

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"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on KTOK

"Limbaugh's because we know for you only the best will do on the network news radio one thousand Katie okay this is an advertisement paid on attorney spokesperson regular block admitted Massachusetts only Sokolov law LLC Chestnut Hill mass Paul J. Morgan Winter Park Florida great hobby New Jersey Michael broken solace admitted Louisiana well this from maintains joint responsibility most cases of this type referred whether attorneys were principal responsibility miso feely alma if you know what me so Helio may is you or someone you love is likely been affected by this devastating cancer you may be entitled to compensation call Sokolov law today one eight hundred eight one one twenty eight hundred the only known cause of mesothelioma is asbestos exposure thousands of U. S. veterans in trade workers are at risk for the disease nearly thirty billion dollars in court ordered trust has been set aside to pay money to asbestos victims if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma call now you may be able to receive compensation without ever going to court or filing a lawsuit call for a free legal consultation at one eight hundred eight one one twenty eight hundred that's one eight hundred eight one one twenty eight hundred one eight hundred eight one one twenty eight hundred minute stocks are dropping with tech shares leading the way down after Reuters reported any signing of a partial trade deal with China won't happen until at least December signing could be delayed because both sides have yet to agree on a venue the Dow was down thirty five points that's a tenth of one percent twenty seven thousand four fifty seven the nasdaq is down forty one points a half a percent S. and P. five hundred is down four points H. P. rose after the Wall Street journal reported Xerox is considering a cash stock offer for the PC maker.

"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And, and we cannot sit here today and say that, that we know the value of. Of those draft assets because they go, very far out the pelicans were really smart to push them into LeBron's prime and or past the expiration of his current contract or into the end of LeBron's nut prime like way post Brown and passed his expiration the expiration of his contract with the Lakers into twenty twenty three twenty four twenty five you know, you can sit here and say, well, the Lakers won't bottom out the way the nets did when they didn't control their on picks because Anthony Davis is twenty six and Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, where more than seventy years old combine at the time of the traits. Not the same thing hundred percent right. One hundred percent right. You still like we don't know how the Lakers are going to build the roster. And part of the reason why I think getting a third star is in some ways, I, I'm not quite convinced of this, because of trade ability and other reasons but is in some ways preferable to the two or three role player about is like the more stars. You have the more you fortify yourself against one or two of them being injured at the same time and feel stars talent as insurance against the. Downside of those picks. I'm not sure it's better insurance than having like two or three good role players. But I, I do there is part of me. That's like I mean, that was the power of the warriors. Right. Like, if one star gets hurt we still have others ready to fill fill the gap and there's only so far, you can fall like Jimmy Butler is the worst player is the best player on your team best healthy player on your team. But like you can't sit here and just pretend that there is no potential downside for the Lakers like LeBron's going to get LeBron's again, we'll be third all time in minutes, all time among all players ever by the end of this coming season. He'll be forty in twenty twenty four twenty two thousand four hundred twenty five AD. Look, you don't have to look very far for evidence that a team, a misbegotten team built around a d is not that good. Now is entering his prime he'll get better? Maybe he'll grow into that role. But, like, if LeBron gets hurt one year and is the centerpiece of like a block team missing. It's hurt. I mean you look at the top layers in this league. Between the ages of who, who are at least twenty eight years old. The number of those players who have actually missed the majority of one season is a standing, you're talking about now. It's going to be Kevin Durant. Paul George Russell west. I mean, like like it is typical for guys who have a history of playing twenty eight hundred minutes year after year to at some point, we'll LeBron hardener kind of the outliers here like it tends to happen. I mean it is it like we're seeing it..

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"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

08:13 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight hundred minutes" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Vault Sanders disproportionately. No, I'm not. But it seems like you're explaining away a lot of a lot of this data with not much reason. Like why? Why we discounting this with because I think it's like pretty underwhelming that if you look at the candidates who are pulling it twenty percent, which is what burning is now nationally with a hundred percent name recognition those candidates. Do not have a very attract record. Oh, sure. Yeah. And so, you know, I think I'm going to be Frank. I think people are Bernie his third or fourth most likely nominee, which is not bad right in a field of seventeen twenty people. I think people are overcompensating for the notion that the underestimated Bernie in two thousand sixteen and therefore the commission wisdom is a little over tuned on his chances year, I'm making our name recognition. And apparently, we've done this work. I think Jeff and Laura doing different version. That's right. If you go back and just candidates for name recognition that matters a lot. And he's looking at the two best known candidates in the field. He's kind of correlation between once upon the other like that to me means like of the half of it roughly its name recognition right now. Then like most that crossover is coming from that half of it. And that. Elliot's less meaningful than the other half conclusion. It's too early. All right. So I think we've established that there are ways to disagree about the relationship between support for Biden and support for Bernie Sanders. But in conclusion, I wanna actually take a step back from our very candidate specific read of the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and ask the broad question of how much has the national environment changed since the midterms does still look like a super blue national environment. The way that it looked for much of two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen have things reverted at all to the mean. I think the reverted a little bit. Yeah. Colleague other Nathaniel rakish looked at nothing new. One of the one of the leading tangles here. Fivethirtyeight looked at all these state legislative special elections, which are always happening. They're always a lot of these the Democrats are not doing as well as they were in in twenty eight hundred minutes, the midterms where they're having some pretty good results some mediocre results in like overall looks like it's a blue leaning environment as opposed to a strongly blue environment. I'm not really, quite sure. Like, why in the context of April twenty nineteen we care that much about the environment all that much? But it's kind of what you might. We'll keep checking in on it as we go through all this quarter. But is part of it because it's a different people have different mindset about the presidential election. They do about the midterm elections. See twenty eight teen the year of the woman and then the twenty twenty nineteen twenty twenty primary race. But we're all like, I don't know are the women doing partly because like you quench the thirst elected for having more checks and balances they have. Art from Claire over there. Whatever that was not are. That's just gross. I do wonder if there's a thirst quenching kung on where where some left leaning voters or just people voted for Democrats in twenty three in our like, all right? Did that? Yeah. But I don't know clear you were in Ohio for that store. You did what like people have a high of thing. No. I'm sort of curious talked to all of them. What I'm curious what your sort of read on the ground was like, we do have special elections the special election sort of matched. What we've the sparse generic ballot. Polling. We have to which shows Democrats with like five six seven point lead. How does that compare the two thousand seventeen it was plus fourteen? Right. We did end they plus eight and a half we first special elections. I mean, yes. Special election, plus thirteen or something. Well, this is different types of state legislative versus congressional. That's very yeah. Congressional ones are better usually, but we don't have any yet. So we're going based on what we have. So I think what's what's interesting. To look at is in places that tr- Trump won in Ohio in twenty sixteen. There was some on the sort of state and local level in twenty teen in elections. Democrats won back or like took historically Republican seats to which you know, the the Ohio Democratic Party says see look we can win it again. But I think there's a lot of caveat from people when they say, well, you're not gonna win those places unless it's democrat in the mold of Biden Biden shared Brown, who's not running, but like that kind of person. And so it's it's a pretty pretty heavy caveat. I mean, if we're talking about strategic voters like that too. I think Ohio Democrats are or or Ohio leaners, maybe voted Trump. Maybe voted Obama kind of not sure about I think people see the presidency very differently. Like, there's there's. Some sort of bifurcation happening ticket splitting if you will between that your presidential vote and higher voting. Joe local state elections. There will be a candidate to that point about matters. Who it is? There will be a candidate who will it's sort of take the place of the national political environment as the main sort of like jokes the position to Trump. It's also just just one small thing. I don't have any data for this. But the idea that because politics has become pop culture who you say you're supporting for president does become much more of a signifier than like, oh who vote for for like your state legislative race. No one talks about that. But you have you know, dinner party blowouts about who you're supporting ultra historically, we know that midterm and presidential elections are very different. They turn out different electorates. And I don't think from a starting point. Does anybody expect that? The national environment in twenty twenty would be like a plus nine democratic and related, right? One doesn't protect the other. No in obviously, occasionally, you have cycles like two thousand six in two thousand eight where a strong out party performance mirrors big presidential year. But the more common pattern is certainly for the out party having Reagan mid-term out partying, not the president's party and then for the presence amounts back, and when the retain the presidency if you have a first term incumbent and usually congressmens it being fairly neutral in those years. So the default would be assumed that each party keeps its own cute little branch of congress, and I'd say like the data's not inconsistent with that. Yeah. Let's kind of what you'd expect you'd expect. We had asked like what would you expect kind of like the generic ballot to be in April twenty nineteen we'd say probably received from eight or nine points democratic to five or six that's kind of what we seem to be seeing. And does not. By the way, it's gonna be five or six in twenty twenty. I would expect it to recede further other things all equal. I would think and Trump is like he's not far off where Obama was in terms of approval in terms of approval going into twenty teen. His Trump is not marginally is like meaning meaningfully more popular, it's like his approval rating three points lower. But it's not like he's you know, when Trump was like thirty seven thirty eight he was like that's a big difference. Right. So. Yeah. All right. These are all things that we're going to continue tracking as we do our future quarterly reports. But I think we're going to leave it there for now. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Claire. Thanks, mike. And of course, we hope to see are all what we hope to see all of our listeners. But especially our listeners live in Texas at our Texas live show only Texans allowed. We'll be checking ID's at the door will be in Houston on may eighth and you can go to thirty eight dot com slash live for tickets. My name is Gail and drew Turney Chow is in the control room. You can get in touch by emailing us at podcast, fivethirtyeight dot com. You can also course tweeted us with questions or comments if you're fan of the show leave us a rating overview in the apple podcasts store or tell someone about us. Thanks for listening, and we'll see.

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