Ahead of tonight's matches, listen to the UEFA Champions League anthem in full.
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Nejvyšší česká liga je zpátky! Proto jsme se v pátek večer, v den startu nové sezony, sešli, abychom si neformálně a s nadsázkou o nadcházejícím ročníku FORTUNA:LIGY popovídali. Řeč přišla hlavně na Slavii a Spartu, krátce se zmíníme i o Viktorii, Suchošovi občas vypadne signál a nám vše občas vypadne pointa. Ale snad se i tak budete dobře bavit.
On this week's RTÉ GAA Podcast Colm Cooper talks about the prospects of Cillian O'Connor taking his all-time championship scoring record in his own Killarney back yard and Dónal Óg Cusack discusses the possibilities offered by 'smart' sliotars.
There's never been a week during the offseason that reminded us more that football is approaching. Kennedy Brooks news sent everyone into panic mode and fighting mode to start the week. But the All-Big 12 Team, Brooks' return and Big 12 conference standings have us all ready to talk football. Big 12 Media Days are coming up Monday as well. Josh and Bob talk about the latest commitment as the Sooners finally secure the state's top player after two years of missing out. We also talk about the commitment of Bryson Washington and the loss of Dontae Manning and how much of a chance the Sooners still have of landing him. Bob is back from having a baby and Josh can't stop talking about Ketchum, which triggers Eddie. The full rundown follows below: OPEN - Andrew Raym commits to the Sooners 0:7:50 - Where OU goes now with OL recruiting with Raym in the fold 0:12:30 - Cornhole & Stranger Things tangent 0:14:30 - Kennedy Brooks, board meltdowns and summer workouts 0:21:45 - Big 12 Media Days are coming, the players OU is taking, but Jalen Hurts isn't going 0:26:49 - Bob talks about being on baby duty 0:30:34 - OU voted No. 1 in the preseason poll once again 0:33:40 - Teams we see surprising and disappointing 0:39:00 - Josh did a podcast with Geoff Ketchum 0:41:50 - Kenneth Murray is the preseason Defensive Player of the Year. Our thoughts 0:45:40 - What position can't afford an injury to a starter? 0:54:18 - Any misses on the All-Big 12 team? 0:57:30 - Do OU fans hate Sam Ehlinger irrationally? 1:01:30 - The Bryson Washington commitment 1:05:10 - Dontae Manning decommits. Where is OU now? 1:07:40 - Where are the Sooners nationally in recruiting right now? 1:12:10 - Bob's eyeball emoji report (another one just popped as we were wrapping up the pod) 1:15:00 - Josh rips on Carey over his love of El Fenix
Bud and Ingram have a loaded show this week! The guys discuss a variety of topics including Paul Finebaum, FSU's recruiting policy, coaching hot seats, the fake punt and rifle through your listener questions!
Daniel is joined by Jonny as they Celtic and Rangers' Champions League qualifiers during the week. They discuss the need for Ryan Kent at Ibrox, Olivier Ntcham's 'untimely' comments and everything else. And they move on to Motherwell's signings, rumours about Jason Cummings, the start of the League Cup and a load more while answering your questions too! --- Main sponsor - ladbrokes.com for the best odds, news, views and opinions in Scottish football.
The new Premier League Anthem will be heard at all 380 matches in 2016/17
Declaraciones del alavés de Movistar Team después de ceder 2'09" en la meta de Albi por un enganchón a 19 km de meta. (15 de julio)
The Phil Neville v David Brent remix you've all been waiting for.
In association with At The Races: Emmet Kennedy, Kevin Blake and Declan Rix are here to preview the best bets and talking points ahead of the July Cup meeting at Newmarket, The Grand Prix de Paris at Longchamp and Ascot. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
Declaraciones de las dos bazas de Movistar Team para la general de la 'Grande Boucle' en su hotel a las afueras de Albi (16 de julio).
It was a sunny Sunday when for once football was pushed into the shadows - but nobody keeps this baby in the corner for long. La Liga clubs have been the most active in the summer transfer market so far. Has there been an outbreak of caution in the Premier League or is everyone just waiting until the last minute to lose their minds? We discuss Manchester United's reported interest in Harry Maguire. Is £80 million for England's World Cup hero solid business, or one of the most insane examples of transfer mania yet recorded? We join Oluwashina Okeleji in Cairo to talk about the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations. What has happened to Nigeria's 90s flair? How does Kalidou Koulibaly compare to some other highly-valued centre-backs? And why are the Egyptians supporting Algeria?
Bud and Ingram discuss Jeff SIms' performance at the Elite 11, recruiting, Coach Taggart's future and rifle through some listener questions and buy or sells!
Ted Knutson and James Yorke talk transfers
The guys look back and reminisce about Brendan's retirement from fighting and talk Brendan's Ford Raptor dilemma, new Mercedes car test drive, Bryan's French Street Fighter standup, importance of having no plan B's, Bradley Cooper being awesome, Chin's love life, dudes with female friends, pricey female escorts, gender reveal fails, HBO's Euphoria, monkey attacks, killer crocs, A$AP Rocky in Sweden jail, Will Smith's talented family and much more!
It was a stunning weekend of sport, which had all the hallmarks of summer - Wimbledon finals in baking heat, GAA in front of massive crowds, with an added soupçon of Cricket World Cup final madness. At the end of it all we have Novak Djokovic as Wimbledon men's champion - but why is he so unpopular? Caitlin Thompson of Racquet magazine answers that question in pretty emphatic style. We have Oisin McConville and Mike Quirke on hand to tell us the main headlines of a huge weekend of Gaelic football, which included a massive win for Kerry over Mayo in Killarney. And there's the return of Diarmuid Connolly to the Dublin panel, announced in typical Jim Gavin style. But is this decision the most un-Jim Gavin thing he's ever done? Plus there's triple-screening, heroic hurling losing efforts, and an Uncle Jim update.