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Jurgen Klinsmann

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Football's Cult Heroes

It's the summer of 1994 and Tottenham are in turmoil.They've been hit with a 12-point deduction, a £600,000 fine and a season ban from the FA Cup.White Hart Lane appeared to be the last ground that German World Cup winner Jurgen Klinsmann would consider as a place to call home. But Spurs owner Sir Alan Sugar knew his club needed inspiration - and was quite literally willing to push the boat out to get his man.Football's Cult Heroes explores how Klinsmann charmed a nation of haters, became a pioneer for top European players to join the Premier League and left Spurs fans always wanting more. This is the story of the superstar striker that was taken into the hearts of the Spurs faithful and returned to save them during their lowest moment - told by the team-mates, journalists and fans that were there.Contributions from Julie Welch, Raphael Honigstein, Theo Delaney, Gary Mabbutt and David Howells.Interviews conducted in 2020 and 2021 in accordance with UK coronavirus restrictions.


28 Jul 2021

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291 - Michael Parkhurst: The Difference Between Tata Martino & Jurgen Klinsmann

The Cooligans: A Comedic Soccer Podcast

Parky himself joins us today on The Cooligans! The former Atlanta United Captain Michael Parkhurst talks about getting to losing MLS Cup three times with the Revs, playing in Europe, and the different coaching styles of Tata Martino and Jurgen Klinsmann. We also recap the North London Derby, and celebrate Yunus Musah decided to play for the USMNT.  Today's show sponsored by On The Volley Apparel.  Pick up all your Cooligans merch at onthevolleyapparel.com/cooligans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


17 Mar 2021

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Jurgen Klinsmann paid 1.8 million for doing nothing and US Soccer is to blame

Coach Cameron Soccer Podcast

#USsoccer #paytoplay #USMNT Jurgen Klinsmann was paid 1.8 million in 2019 for doing nothing. US Soccer should go back in town and kept Jurgen until the contract was expired. Waisting money is easy to do if you it didn't actually earn it.


20 Sep 2020

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Jurgen Klinsmann

Storie Nerazzurre

Un bomber con i capelli biondi che il popolo nerazzurro ricorda ancora oggi. Fabio Donolato racconta la storia di Jurgen Klinsmann.


29 Jul 2020

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Jurgen Klinsmann | Keys & Gray Show

beIN The Know Podcast

Jurgen Klinsmann made a splash in his debut season in 1994, taking a dive to silence his critics from the summer's World Cup. He reveals the story behind that celebration, and why he ultimately left Tottenham after just a year.


26 May 2020

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90's Football Hall of Fame: Jurgen Klinsmann (w/Daniel Storey)

The Football Faithful

Jurgen Klinsmann arrived to the Premier League in 1994 as the first superstar foreign signing in English football, and quickly made an impact with Tottenham Hotspur. In the latest episode of the 90's Football Hall of Fame podcast, football writer Daniel Storey joins Ste McGovern and Peter Henry to discuss his sensational season in England, the famous swan dive, what made him such a good striker, and why he has since trampled on much of the goodwill he garnered during his playing days. You can avail of a £20 bonus when opening an account with Football Index by using the code “FF20”. Music used: - Union - Let's Do It (ITV Football theme). - Virtua Striker 2 theme song.


16 Apr 2020

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Jurgen Klinsmann Si Raja Diving

PESball Squad

Menjelaskan Tentang Salah Satu Legenda Di Dunia Sepakbola Yang Hobi Nya Adalah Melakukan Diving


11 Apr 2020

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Jurgen Connsmann? Why Jurgen Klinsmann Quit Hertha Berlin

Football Today

Jurgen Klinsmann lasted 76 days as manager of Hertha Berlin. Then he quit. Today we look at why Klinsmann really left Hertha Berlin and what the fallout of the decision will be for Klinsmann and the club. Guest: Ronan Murphy (@swearimnotpaul) Football Journalist/Goal Follow us on Twitter: @FT_podcast_ www.FootballTodayPodcast.com


17 Feb 2020

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On The Continent: Addressing European football's imbalance, Iker Casillas' presidential bid, and Jurgen Klinsmann slips off into the night

Football Ramble

We welcome another esteemed debutant to today's episode of On The Continent, as Luke Moore and Andy Brassell are joined by The Independent’s Miguel Delaney! In light of Miguel’s recent piece, ‘How football became broken beyond repair’, we discuss the current imbalances within European football. As the top clubs earn huge swathes of money from Champions League performances and their international reach, competitiveness is being eroded across the vast majority of Europe’s leagues – we assess how this damage has been done and what can be done to remedy it. We also mourn the end of Jurgen Klinsmann’s totemic 10-week stint in charge of Hertha Berlin, as he moves upstairs, and wonder what he can provide in his new ambassadorial role. There’s also chat on Iker Casillas’ bid for the Spanish FA presidency and some cracking games of the week!Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.


13 Feb 2020

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On The Continent: Lyon's amazing academy, Jurgen Klinsmann's misplaced badges, and Taça de Liga scenes

Football Ramble

We’re back with some more continental conversation as Luke Moore, Andy Brassell and Lars Sivertsen bring you another episode of On The Continent on Football Ramble Daily! After a fantastic Coupe de France performance we begin with a discussion on Lyon’s latest academy product, 16 year-old Rayan Cherki. We discuss his impressive technical qualities and also look at the wider history of exciting graduates from their academy’s illustrious history. After that, we check in with a struggling Hertha Berlin and their coach Jurgen Klinsmann, who recently couldn’t produce his coaching badges to Bundesliga officials after leaving them in a cupboard back in the USA - an apt metaphor for their season…Elsewhere we discuss some typically insane scenes in Portugal’s Taça de Liga, delve into the backstory of Braga manager Rúben Amorim and preview the Rome derby in our Games of the Week!Find us on social media by searching 'Football Ramble Daily'.Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.


23 Jan 2020