Durante o Domingo Esportivo do dia 19 de maio, o apresentador Milton Neves desejou boa sorte e realizou um bate-papo com o comentarista Mauro Cezar Pereira. Confira aí.
This weekend's West Virginia University sports news and notes.
"What is life, what is the reason why we live? It is to live these kind of emotions..." So Pep Guardiola told the BBC in his pre-FA Cup Final interview. By this standard Saturday was another great day for the City manager, as he got to live almost the full range of emotions - from exultation as his players gave another fantastic performance, to fury as a reporter took the opportunity to ask him about money matters. Why do City feel as though they're not getting the credit they deserve? What more do they have to do? Jonathan Wilson and Rory Smith join us to analyse a week that was the most successful and perhaps the most irritable in the history of Manchester City, and the part the media have themselves played in the apparent decline of trust in their integrity. We also chat about Kompany's next move, Mbappé's bombshell, and a flurry of dubious quotes involving Gareth Bale.
Having lost their first two games in the Joe McDonagh Cup, Offaly are battling to avoid relegation to the Christy Ring. Former Offaly captain Brian Carroll and our Offaly hurling commentator Joe Troy joined Will O'Callaghan to assess what's been going wrong
Bud and Ingram dive into FSU kickoff times, Xavier Peters, the ACC Network and answer your questions!
What was it like to watch the PGA Championship alongside Brooks Koepka’s girlfriend Jena Sims? Jessica Marksbury got that opportunity this weekend. She joins Dylan Dethier to give some behind-the-scenes insight into Team Koepka and how they took in the action at Bethpage Black.
"If someone can't work that out for themselves in a managerial position there's not much I can do about it" Horse trainer Jim Bolger has a cut off the Wexford style of play after they were denied victory by a last minute Dublin goal in Parnell Park.
Ted Knutson and James Yorke look at the world of managerial shifts, transfers and more with a stats lilt
Guest: Meyers Leonard – Trail Blazers John Canzano talks with Meyers Leonard about his career-high Game Four in the Blazers/Warriors series and being in the zone. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. It’s free. Why wouldn’t you? Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Rusty Mansell of Dawgs 24/7 Joined The Bill King Show To Talk All Things UGA, SEC, College Football, & Recruiting!
On this episode, we hand out our crowns for the long weekend (00:00), the Sharks are one loss away from going home (17:00), will Patrick Roy be the next head coach of the Ottawa Senators? (46:50), The Athletic's Top 20 NHL free agents (57:30), and FULL GAME OF THRONES SPOILER TALK (1:44:25), Originally aired: May 20, 2019 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/cNnixNpw8EA Merch: https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/fancydangleshirts Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Subscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2
Munster have now lost 8 semi-finals, and 2 finals since they last won a trophy. Many people saw last Saturday's Pro14 semi-final against Leinster in the RDS as a must-win game, but what they were left with was more questions, departing coaches and a thoroughly bewildered-looking head coach and captain. Former Munster player James Coughlan and Gerry Thornley try and assess their next move as they look to progress, while Leinster have another final to look forward to, this one against Glasgow in Celtic Park next weekend. Oisin McConville joins us to talk about an extraordinary game in the Ulster championship which saw Armagh beat Down and win their first game in the province since 2014. Plus Ken scouts Glasgow Rugby, while marvelling at all the Scottish players who have first names that are surnames, and there's golden Fairview days, the GAA herrenvolk, and Leo Cullen's cultural insensitivity.
Jay Schaub makes his very first appearance on the show and the guys talk Brendan's comedy special screening party, Bryan's name misspelled in the credits, Game of Thrones spoilers, important Jonas Brother's, Jessica Biel, Elizabeth Hurley, aging necks, Mindhunter FBI agent, Arnold Schwarzenegger kicked in Africa and much more!
Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, John Brewin and Mark Langdon discuss Manchester City 6-0 Watford, the price of supremacy, the Women’s Champions League, a rare crestfallen goalscoring keeper and botched Panenkas We look back at the FA Cup final, which Manchester City won 6-0, casting Watford aside like a team which wasn’t assembled by one of the greatest football managers in history at great expense. We discuss the line of questioning pursued by the Associated Press’s Rob Harris, which angered Pep Guardiola, and the implications of living with a team this much better than the rest. We speak to Suzy Wrack about Lyon’s 4-1 demolition of Barcelona in the final of the Women’s Champions League, a story of perhaps a more ethical domination. We round up the play-off action as well as events in Scotland before bringing you the latest from the tail end of the league seasons across Europe: Archie Rhind-Tutt on the phone about Bayern Munich, Paolo Bandini over WhatsApp on the climax of the Serie A season and a few tidbits from Poland, Australia and the Netherlands. Back on Thursday!
Cedric Phillips sits down with Mythic Championship London finalist, Matt Sperling, to chat about his runner-up finish with Affinity, the state of Organized Play for Magic and how things can be improved, everything that's wrong with his beloved Los Angeles Lakers (he's far too optimistic about them!) and how's he able to succeed in so many different formats when he has such a finite amount of time to dedicate to the game.