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1987. The very first Rugby World Cup. Before fly-halves had discovered kicking for a purpose. Before forwards discovered lifting in line-outs. Before fullbacks discovered catching. A try is worth four points, for Christ's sake. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and a nerdy rugby writer for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa ...
 
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The Beatles World Cup

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The Beatles World Cup

The Beatles World Cup

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What's the greatest Beatles song of all time? We think there's only one way to find out - by pitting every Beatles song against each other in the ultimate winner-takes-all tournament! Join Jono, Rob and special guests as they progress through the rounds robins, knockouts, and finals to find the ultimate Beatles song. It won't be easy, it will be contentious, but one thing's for sure - no song is safe... Not even your favourite.
 
The USMNT is a delightful bunch of misfits that will warm and break your heart. Follow the highs and lows as the US builds a new team and soccer identity to try and qualify for the 2022 World Cup. We release a show before and after every single USMNT game, along with special episodes like “The Peeps” (our yearly awards show) and the occasional interview with friends and soccer experts. For big matches, we record live on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf-JqbdLCVPbHF8DyAaWY4w) right ...
 
The game of basketball has become a global game. From legends such as Hakeem Olajuwon and Dirk Nowitzki, to today’s superstars like Giannis and Luka Doncic, there’s no shortage of international talent in the NBA. Each week, Fran Fraschilla will be profiling and talking with the players, coaches, and executives who have led the way in growing the game of basketball around the world.
 
A cricket podcast by two guys whose school team once got bowled out for 22, and the next week got bowled out for 13. And they never let it go. 'Acclaimed' - Financial Times See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Startup World Cup

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Startup World Cup

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Startup World Cup is a series of global startup conferences and competitions, powered by Pegasus Tech Ventures. It consists of 40+ regional startup competitions in more than 20 different countries around the world, leading up to the Grand Finale in Silicon Valley. The top startups from each regional event will fly out to the USA to compete for a $1,000,000 prize.
 
Dr. James M. Dorsey is a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, co-director of the University of Würzburg’s Institute for Fan Culture, and co-host of the New Books in Middle Eastern Studies podcast. James is the author of The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer blog, a book with the same title as well as Comparative Political Transitions between Southeast Asia and the Middle East and North Africa, co-authored with Dr. Teresita Cruz-Del Rosario and Shifting Sand ...
 
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Hip Hop World Cup

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Hip Hop World Cup

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Hip Hop World Cup is the podcast that pits golden-age hip-hop albums against each other in a contest to find the ultimate champion! In each episode, we pick eight albums from a year in hip-hop’s golden age (1988-1996) to battle each other in a series of one-on-one matches. We debate them and vote for our winner. Victorious albums make their way to the final, where we vote one last time to crown our ultimate champion! Join life-long hip-hop fans Danny, Steve and James as they deep-dive into t ...
 
Francis Leach and Tony Wilson are off to their fourth World Cup, this time in Russia! Re-live the World Cup day by day held behind the Putin Curtain, interviews with fans and whatever else you might expect from a normal day in Russia. World Cup Road Trip is produced by Nearly Media. www.nearly.com.au/worldcup Artwork by Studio Baker Music by George Parker-Brien
 
Football and politics have been inseparable since the sports' creation, but how do they interact in the modern world? And what happens when countries with different domestic and international agendas meet in the ultimate clash of nation v nation conflict... the World Cup?! Starting with the Russia 2018 World Cup, Awful Commentary brings you: 'Who Watches The World Cup?' a podcast about the intersection of football and politics that aims to predict the results of matches through both the team ...
 
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When seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton wore a helmet this weekend featuring the colours of the LGBTI Pride Progress Flag during the debut Qatar Grand Prix, he was challenging more than the Gulf state’s failure to recognise rights.So will the Danish Football Union (DBU), Denmark’s governing soccer body, that announced that its com…
 
In our most on-topic episode yet, we spend 43 minutes discussing one 20-second-long clip from France vs New Zealand, 2021. Romain Ntamack pulled off a pass so sublime, it limited our chat about Vicky McClure. We also play a fun game of What Would Yionel Do? (WWYD) - It was a lot of fun. More content like this will be available soon on the Squidge R…
 
Adam & Tony look back on a slightly strange, arguably underwhelming, but still gratefully appreciated T20 World Cup. Very few people picked an Australia-New Zealand final - but were the knockout games actually pretty good? Were Australia worthy winners? How 'pleased' are we for Mitchell Marsh? Will New Zealand ever win a white ball tournament? And …
 
Ty and Clayton discuss all in the newly minted michail Antonio-verse!! Job done? Weah's world now? How many times can Brendan Aaronson get fouled? it was nice to see christian pulisic... anyhoo, moving on... All this and much much more on today's episode of WE THE PEEPS! Rate and review on iTunes, which helps us show up when people search for “Socc…
 
Whatever sparked the brutal mob lynching of a Sri Lankan accused of blasphemy , the government's response seemed aimed to project determination to tackle a festering problem. It is a claim that rings hollow, despite Prime Minister Imran Khan’s strong words, in a country where government policies are inconsistent or appear to even encourage religiou…
 
The Ashes are here! And Adam & Tony have got the comprehensive lowdown on all the teams taking part. Is Pat Cummins the right man to lead Australia? How much pressure is on Joe Root? Have England got enough firepower in their bowling? And in a deeply uncertain time, is the only certainty that there will of course be a 5-0 whitewash? Plus, more thou…
 
A cursory look at Saudi Arabia and Iran suggests that emphasizing human rights in US foreign policy may complicate relations but has little impact on regional stability or the willingness of protagonists to reduce tension and manage conflicts when it is in their interest.Από τον James M. Dorsey
 
The United States has signalled in advance of next week’s Summit for Democracy that it is unlikely to translate lip service to adherence to human rights and democratic values in the Middle East into a policy that demonstrates seriousness and commitment.Από τον James M. Dorsey
 
The former Manchester United striker Louis Saha remembers playing for Sir Alex Ferguson. We hear from the new coach of Fort William, a club in the Scottish Highlands once described as the worst team in Britain. And the former Australia international Alicia Ferguson discusses some one-sided results in the latest round of women's World Cup qualifiers…
 
Mohammed Ali al-Husseini, one of Saudi Arabia’s newest naturalized citizens, ticks all the boxes needed to earn brownie points in the kingdom’s quest for religious soft power garnered by positioning itself as the beacon of 'moderate,' albeit autocratic, Islam.Από τον James M. Dorsey
 
World Cup winner Gilberto Silva looks ahead to the Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and Palmeiras. Also on the programme, the former Australia international Alicia Ferguson reacts to the latest abuse allegations in women's football.Picture on website: A Palmeiras fan holding the team's flag after beating Santos. (NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP via Gett…
 
It has been a good week for United Arab Emirates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed. Headline-grabbing, fast-paced moves reinforce the UAE's position as a regional power. They highlight the UAE's willingness to chart a course that increasingly competes with Saudi Arabia, the Gulf's regional behemoth; is at times at odds with US policy; and scoffs at a…
 
Twenty-three-year-old Mohamed Rasheed was at a loss after returning to Iraq from a grueling failed attempt to cross the Belarus-Polish border. “There’s no life for us here. There are no jobs; there is no future,” he told a Washington Post reporter. Mr. Rasheed was returning to a country whose population has largely been excluded from sharing in the…
 
Just in case there were any doubts, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu demonstrated with his visit to Lebanon this week that improved relations between Middle Eastern rivals would not bury hatchets.Από τον James M. Dorsey
 
World-leading rugby commentator and RugbyPass+ writer Jamie Lyall sits down with us to discuss many things, including Scotland's dramatic 20-20 draw with France from the 1987 World Cup. We dive into commentary tips, rugby themed poetry and exploding corner flags. Jamie blesses us with the phrase "capricious bonkerdom" at one point, which is worth a…
 
Reflections on a dramatic week of World Cup qualifiers with Serbia and Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenković and Ghana's Andy Yiadom. We also hear from Marseille's young American winger Konrad de la Fuente. He tells us about his journey from Miami to the south of France via Barcelona's famed La Masia academy.Picture on website: Dusan Vlahovic and N…
 
Fran Fraschilla is joined by the Dallas Mavericks Center Boban Marjanović for the World of Basketball Season 2 premiere. The two talk about his path to the NBA, what makes Serbia basketball culture so special and what he hopes to accomplish in the 2021-2022 NBA season.Από τον Fran Fraschilla, Boban Marjanović
 
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has tamed his kingdom’s ultra-conservative religious establishment and made hyper-nationalism rather than religion a pillar of a new 21st century Saudi identity.But the first beneficiaries of a recent decree to give citizenship to high-end achievers in law, medicine, science, technology, culture, and sports su…
 
Season 2 of World of Basketball with Fran Fraschilla will debut late this week. Enjoy interesting conversations with some of the biggest international basketball players hooping it up domestically or across the world. Hear informative interviews from scouts, coaches, executives and players as they discuss the global expansion of the game of basketb…
 
USMNT DEFEATS MEXICO LIKE WE DON'T GIVE A FUCK. WINNING. Rate and review on iTunes, which helps us show up when people search for “Soccer”: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/we-people-usmnt-soccer-podcast/id1019651760?mt=2 Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/wtppod Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wtppod **COMPETITION OPPONENENT Da…
 
World Cup winner Gilberto Silva explains how his tough upbringing shaped him as a footballer. And Thailand's new coach Mano Pölking looks ahead to the Suzuki Cup and explains the cultural differences he's faced coaching in South East Asia.Picture on website: Gilberto Silva of Brazil celebrates winning the World Cup (photo by Mark Leech/ Getty Image…
 
Former Saudi intelligence chief Prince Turki AlFaisal Al Saud must have gotten his tenses mixed up when he asserted in a recently published memoir that no one should underestimate the political importance of Muslims’ commitment to helping other Muslims.Από τον James M. Dorsey
 
Ty and Clayton get together to discuss all in this RECENTLY DROPPED JOHN BROOKS LESS USMNT 23 MAN ROSTER. du fug? what happened?? All this and much much more on today's episode of WE THE PEEPS! Rate and review on iTunes, which helps us show up when people search for “Soccer”: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/we-people-usmnt-soccer-podcast/id1019…
 
As Middle Eastern states attempt to manage their political and security differences, Muslim-majority countries are regrouping along a fault line that separates proponents of varying concepts of an authoritarian but religiously and socially more tolerant, ‘moderate Islam’ from those advocating stricter adherence to intolerant, non-pluralistic strand…
 
An Indonesian promise to work with the United Arab Emirates to promote ‘moderate’ Islam raises questions of what constitutes moderation and how it can best be achieved.Από τον James M. Dorsey
 
Adam & Tony discuss the T20 World Cup as it nears the business end. A mixed bag of a tournament so far? Have England been better than expected? Should the inquest start for India? Is Sri Lanka's future brighter than we thought? And is the fact it's in the UAE a bit of a problem? All this and more on the latest World Cricket Show - a tight 30 that's…
 
Unfortunately, Conor from Wibble Rugby couldn't join us due to illness, but he will be back later on in the series! We do, however, recount England's 19-6 defeat to Australia in Sydney, in which David Campese scored one of the world's most questionable tries. We also talk 22 Jump Street, University Challenge and Michael Lynagh's soccer skills. Most…
 
The Denmark international Martin Braithwaite talks about a tumultuous time for Barcelona following the exits of Lionel Messi and Ronald Koeman. And Braithwaite also describes how his positive mindset has benefitted his career and helped him top become the best possible version of himself.Picture on website: Martin Braithwaite walks out onto the pit…
 
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan may have averted for now further violence by caving in to demands of a militant, supremacist religious group. But in doing so, Mr. Khan is allowing radical ultra-conservatism to fester, undermining social cohesion, threatening economic development, and giving militants a say in foreign policy.…
 
Barely three months after the Taliban claimed victory in Afghanistan, Pakistan, the second most populous Muslim-majority state, is moving to join Kabul in becoming an outpost of religious intolerance and Muslim supremacy.Από τον James M. Dorsey
 
It's time for a true classic, as Romania pip Zimbabwe late on. In an emotional journey, we talk about bad kicking, fidelity, defection, tobacco farms, tennis, Roger Moore, ducks, two shady left hooks and an incident we can only describe as TapeGate. What a bizarre hour and a half you're in for. Thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our shiny new th…
 
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