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Football शुटबॉल is the podcast to get your football fix. Hosted by 3 die hard football fans - Gaurav, Sivaram and Karthik, it's the show that will bring you in depth analysis along with unhinged banter. Predictions, rumours, controversies, match reviews, even picking your fantasy football side, Football Shootball has you covered.
 
20/21 season - Follow the fastest growing Football Podcast. Covering The Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Champions League and Europa League! Listen to all things football, transfers, match previews and reviews, match predictions, competitions and much more! Our Listenership comes from an international audience. Top listeners come from India, Japan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, China, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, USA and The UK. Get involved and follow us/message us on instagram @Ondavolley T ...
 
For all those sports fans out there - we bring to you All About Sports - The Podcast! Tune in every week as we bring some of the most interesting discussions to sports with uncensored content, for the fans, by the fans. May it be football (soccer), basketball, tennis, cricket, Formula1 or the UFC, we have got you covered! We are everywhere - https://linktr.ee/AllAboutSportsThePodcast For the latest updates on sports, follow us - https://www.instagram.com/allaboutsports_podcast/ https://www.f ...
 
The Coaches Network Podcast, hosted by CoachYas, a Football Coach & Coach Developer by trade but also a husband, father and someone who is passionately curious about Personal Development. Twice a week Yas hosts conversation in the hopes of inspiring others to grow, and become the best versions of themselves. Every Friday your host CoachYas sits down with industry experts including the likes of Shaquille O’Neal, Jack Wilshere & Sol Campbell just to name a few. Guests join CoachYas to discuss ...
 
The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health is a truly international journal that encompasses all aspects of epidemiology and public health. It publishes original research, opinions and materials concerned with the study and improvement of communities worldwide.* The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for a healthcare practitioner’s judgement, patient care ...
 
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Turkey's Karpowership provided a quarter of Lebanon's electricity, but has cut the supply. The company says it made the decision after 18 months of unpaid bills, and Beirut-based journalist Luna Safwan explains the implications. Also in the programme, as Greece prepares to reopen to international visitors, we speak to hotelier George Filippidis abo…
 
Episode #106 of The Coaches Network Podcast. The guest for this episode of Nather Al-Khatib. Nather is currently a Youth Development Phase coach with Peterborough United. Nather joins CoachYas to discuss his journey as a coach going from grassroots to academy football in roles with Norwich and Cambridge United and working his way through the coach …
 
Tesla founder Elon Musk says the car maker will no longer accept Bitcoin for purchases. In a statement he cited concerns about the "rapidly increasing use of fossil fuels for Bitcoin mining and transactions". We get reaction to the news from Olinga Ta'eed, who is an adviser to the Chinese government on digital currency, and director of the UK-based…
 
Adam Peacock and James Dodd discuss all the happenings in the A League and Manchester City's crowning moment in the Premier League. From the A League there's plenty of news; the top six race remains a logjam, some departures at Wanderers and a looming one at Glory, which Warren Medal winner is a chance to return to the A League, who is ready to lau…
 
Canadian drug company Biolyse have agreed to supply 15 million covid vaccine doses to Bolivia. But this is reliant on cooperation by vaccine producers Johnson and Johnson, or compulsory license. We hear from Biolyse's executive vice president John Fulton. And Susan Schmidt of Aviva Investorts on the day's trading on Wall Street.…
 
Amazon has won an appeal against an EU ruling that it should pay over $300m in back taxes. Simon Van Dorpe of Politico explains the background to the case, and Alex Cobham, chief executive of the Tax Justice Network, tells us why he's disappointed with the ruling. Also in the programme, the BBC's Vivienne Nunis examines the practice of recycling le…
 
This week on Football Shootball - Siva, Sapre, and Karthik start with Man City losing against Chelsea in the Premier League match, and will that also be the result of the Champions League Final? They then talk about Fulham's declining position, Arsenal's game against Villarreal, and upcoming finals of FA Cup, Europa League & Champions League. Footb…
 
The Vineyard Wind project off the coast of Massachusetts is intended to create enough electricity to power 400,000 homes in New England. Does this herald the dawn of a lower emission energy industry in the States? A question for Helen Zichal, CEO of the American Clean Power Association. And Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in New Jersey tells us about…
 
China's population grew at its slowest pace in decades according to results of its census. The BBC's Robin Brant in Shanghai explains why a slowdown in population growth presents significant demographic challenges for the country. And we get wider context from Dr Lauren Johnson of the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. Also in the pr…
 
The finalists of the Champions League and the Europa League have been decided! Man City and Chelsea will go for Europe's biggest prize, while United and Villareal will battle it out for Europe's seconds. The curtain raiser to the UCL final ended with a victory for Tuchel's men, with a failed panenka from Aguero dominating the headlines. Elsewhere, …
 
The Colonial fuel pipeline, shut down by a cyber attack since Friday, serves 45% of America's east coast. A regional state of emergency has been declared which will allow tanker drivers across 18 states will be able to work extra hours to get some fuel where it's needed – but will they be able to keep up with demand? We ask Ellen R Ward, president …
 
The US has acted to keep fuel flowing after a major pipeline was hit by a cyber-attack. Energy analyst Gaurav Sharma explains the significance of the Colonial Pipeline, which carries 45% of the east coast's supply of diesel, petrol and jet fuel from the Gulf of Texas. And Algirde Pipikaite is a cyber security expert at the World Economic Forum and …
 
The US government is working to get one of the most important fuel pipelines in the country going again. The Colonial Pipeline was shut down after a cyber attack, with criminals seeking a ransom to allow the network to be switched back on. Ellen Ward of Transveral Consulting tells us the impact the shutdown is already having. One in three adults in…
 
Adam Peacock chats to former Socceroos and now Yokohama F. Marinos manager Ange Postecoglou. A range of topics are covered, including how football has changed in the last 12 months, having another crack at winning the J League, his thoughts on the progress of Australian coaches and players, plus some reflections of a decade ago when Brisbane Roar t…
 
The Brooklyn Nets made the biggest super team we have probably seen... Basically, Kevin Durant has been the creator of the two strongest Super Teams on paper. But are these the best super teams to have been formed since 2000? Join Rishabh Krishnan and Mazhar Gadiwala as they discuss all the Big 3s formed in the NBA since the 2000s. Also, share your…
 
The US economy added 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than economists had predicted. We get analysis from Diane Swonk, chief economist at accountancy firm Grant Thornton in Chicago. And Chris Low of FTN Financial tells how how the markets reacted.Also in the programme, we hear how delivery drivers in Indonesia are using apps to conceal their real l…
 
The US economy added 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than economists had predicted. The BBC's Samira Hussain in New York talks us through the latest figures, and we get reaction from Harvard economist Jason Furman, who was also chair of the US Council of Economic Advisers under President Obama. Also in the programme, the BBC's Justin Rowlatt finds…
 
The EU has responded to the US favouring a waiver of coronavirus vaccine patents. European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen says the bloc is prepared to discuss how a suspension could work. We get reaction to the development from Thomas Cueni, director general of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations…
 
Episode #105 of The Coaches Network Podcast. The guest for this episode is Lee Johnson. Lee was most recently the Head of Academy Coaching with Barnet FC, having previously held roles in a range of capacities in domestic and national football including India, Rwanda, Chelsea and Crystal Palace. Lee joins CoachYas to share insights gained, lessons l…
 
The EU has responded to the US favouring a waiver of coronavirus vaccine patents. European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen says the bloc is prepared to discuss how a suspension could work. We get reaction to the development from Thomas Cueni, director general of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations…
 
Adam Peacock and James Dodd chat all things football, including a thorough review of the A League and a look back at how Manchester City and Chelsea set up an all-English Champions League Final. From the A League, the Wednesday games are discussed, along with Jamie Maclaren's century, we touch on the Sydney Derby, whether VAR will remain in the bra…
 
The US government has backed a temporary suspension of intellectual property rights for Covid-19 vaccines in a move likely to enrage the pharmaceutical industry, which strongly opposes a so-called waiver. Shares of the major coronavirus vaccine companies were hit by the announcement but is it just an empty gesture? We speak to Jorge Contreras, Chai…
 
The European Union has revealed an updated industrial strategy for a post-pandemic world. The BBC's Andrew Walker talks us through the plan, which aims to cut dependency on Chinese supply chains in areas like semiconductors and pharmaceuticals. The EU also wants to become a leader in electric vehicle batteries, and Diego Pavia, chief executive of I…
 
This week on Football Shootball - Siva, Sapre, and Karthik talk about different games in the world of football, upcoming UEFA Champions League and Europa league 2nd legs, Arsenal's shot at winning Europa and Andolan at Old Trafford. All this and much more in this pod ball of the episode! Football Shootball was LIVE again! Catch Siva, Sapre & Karthi…
 
In what to many seems to be a vacuum at the heart of the government response to the crisis charities have stepped in to fill the gap. In the capital Delhi, members of the Shahi Bagh Wali mosque have been distributing oxygen cylinders to patients in urgent need. We hear from Pavinda Nanda of the United Sikhs a charity affiliated to the United Nation…
 
Sunday was going to be a big day in Manchester as United and Liverpool geared up to go head to head at Old Trafford! However, what we got was wannabe Timo Werner who was unable to control the ball, random kid who fell off the goalpost, and relentless cries for the Glazers to be kicked out. Elsewhere, Riyad Mahrez's freekick went through the wall an…
 
The tech giant Apple, was in court on Monday defending itself against accusations that it is anti-competitive. The company making those claims is Epic Games which produces the hugely popular and lucrative, Fortnite. Adi Robertson, senior reporter for The Verge brings us the details. Plus, as a successor to Warren Buffett is announced at multination…
 
Google has failed to remove adverts for websites that charge for free government services. The BBC's Chris Fox explains how a number of adverts found among search results go against Google's own policies prohibiting fees to change information such as driving licence addresses, despite a pledge from the search engine to remove them. And we get react…
 
Ahead of the full leaders' meeting later this year, the G7's foreign ministers will be hammering out their respective positions on global issues. The meeting will be held in London and alongside the seven; the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, US - the EU and representatives from Australia, India, South Korea and South Africa will also att…
 
With all that transpired a couple of weeks back, we had some time to register it all and soak it all up... Here is our take on the breakaway football league that some of the owners/presidents of some of Europe's biggest clubs had planned by creating THE SUPER LEAGUE. We speak about - 1. What exactly The Super League is, how it was planned out? 2. T…
 
Apple has been charged with breaking EU competition rules over how it runs its App Store. It relates in part to a complaint brought two years ago by music streaming service Spotify, as Isobel Asher Hamilton of Business Insider explains. Also in the programme, the Eurozone has slipped back into recession, after recording two consecutive quarterly de…
 
Episode #104 of The Coaches Network Podcast. The guest for this episode is Paul Simpson. Paul is currently the assistant manager with Bristol City, having been an ex-professional player himself with the likes of Man City, Oxford United and Derby County just to name a few. Paul joins CoachYas to discuss his playing and coaching journey as well as in…
 
In the first three months of 2021 the US economy grew at an annual rate of 6.4%. The figures were released shortly after President Biden outlined his proposals for an infrastructure overhaul for the country to a joint session of Congress. We consider the prospects for the US economy with Marc Goldwein of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budg…
 
In the first three months of 2021 the US economy grew at an annual rate of 6.4%. The figures were released shortly after President Biden outlined his proposals for an infrastructure overhaul for the country to a joint session of Congress. We consider the prospects for the US economy with Marc Goldwein of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budg…
 
Adam Peacock and James Dodd chat all things football, mainly the latest from the A League. Ahead of the Sydney Derby, James Troisi joins the pod to discuss how Wanderers plan to turn around recent form in the biggest game of their season. And he's got some stories from overseas when fans haven't been happy with his team's form. A goat is involved. …
 
The coronavirus crisis has pushed past the grim milestone of 200,000 deaths in India. The BBC's Nikhil Inamdar tells us how the pandemic is causing an exodus of workers out of big cities, and considers the likely impact of the second wave on India's economy. Also in the programme, over the years a number of cities have changed their names. The late…
 
This week on Football Shootball - Siva, Sapre, and Gaurav are here with a short LIVE episode. They talk about the dissatisfying efforts by West Ham & Manchester United. Predictions on Leg 1 of Champion's League semi-finals and will Manchester City take 3 trophies this time. All this and much more in this pod ball of the episode! Football Shootball …
 
Alphabet which owns Google and Youtube has released its latest quarterly results which show advertising revenue rising at an unexpectedly sharp pace as we hear from the New York Times' technology correspondent, Mike Isaac. And consumer confidence is up, according to The Conference Board, an independent research group; Kathy Bostjancic from Oxford E…
 
Users will have to opt in to sharing their personal data across different apps, which makes it more difficult for social networks like Facebook to track their users' activity. The BBC's Jane Wakefield explains the changes, and we get reaction to the move from Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems. Also in the programme, the world's transition towar…
 
Better late than never to the party! Just hours after we finished recording the previous episode, the ESL dramatically imploded. The guys talk about the fallout of all the big clubs pulling out, owners apologising and Ed Woodward resigning! Meanwhile, Timo Werner got on the scoresheet, and that's no joke. What IS a joke however is VAR for disallowi…
 
In this special interview Adam Peacock chats to former Socceroo Andy Bernal about his amazing story. Bernal’s book “Riding Shotgun” is out now and it chronicles Andy’s rise from a son of Spanish immigrants in Canberra to the world stage - on and off the pitch. He was the first Australian to be signed by a Spanish top flight club and from there he p…
 
Shops and cinemas in Italy are reopening, whilst hospitality venues can now serve outside. Italian celebrity chef Alessandro Borghese runs a restaurant in Milan and gives us his reaction to the news. And we find out how Italy plans to spend more than $200bn from a European Union-wide recovery fund with Pietro Reichlin, who is an economist at Luiss …
 
The F.D.A. is under a court order to respond to a citizens’ petition to ban menthol cigarettes by April 29th. The deadline comes as President Joe Biden is considering whether to force tobacco companies to reduce nicotine in their products to a level that would stop them being addictive. We hear from Jennifer Maloney, a reporter with the Wall Street…
 
Leo Tomatsu hails from the United States of America but has a lot of Japan in him as well. He was a divisional conference winner in baseball in middle school so knows his fair share about the sport. He is also a snowboarding instructor so shares some valuable insights into the sport that Indians know nothing about. Join hosts Rishabh Krishnan, Anik…
 
A hunt is on for the founder of the Thodex cryptocurrency exchange, who has disappeared. Faruk Ozer has apparently fled Turkey and his customers have been unable to log in to their accounts and access their assets. Tayla Bilgic is senior news editor at Bloomberg in Istanbul, and fills us in on the story. Also in the programme, a global semiconducto…
 
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