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Andy Gray - My Best Eleven

My Best Eleven

The midfielder who was known for playing at Crystal Palace and Tottenham (amongst others), talks about his time at these clubs as well as the call up for England that came and went Andy was one of the most honest podcasts yet and speaks about how he saw each of the players as well as what it was like coming through and proving yourself as a non league player to Palace in a few weeks He also talks about life post football and how his relaxed nature ensures he enjoys and grasps everyday as it comes Contact Us:Website: https://www.mybestelevenpodcast.com/ Email: mybestelevenpod@gmail.comTwitter: @mybestelevenpod Download/Stream the podcast from (selected list but available on other pod apps): Direct: https://mybesteleven.podbean.com/Apple Podcaster/ iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/my-best-eleven/id1531409475Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/79XqOdXO5dOp2SV2Ib3blvGoogle Podcaster: https://podcastsmanager.google.com/show?show=show%3AsTOC6DrGP4qPKRBq6K674AYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCosPHLqTf7KuZfKVtlVLy0Q Musical credits:Higher Up by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

1hr 17mins

22 Jun 2022

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Building Bridges Across Racial Divides with Ming-Jinn Tong and Andy Gray

Unlocking Cultural Agility with Marco Blankenburgh

Join Ming-Jinn Tong, Andy Gray, and Marco as they unpack how cultural agility is building exciting new bridges in racial equity and diversity and inclusion work in Minneapolis. Ming-Jinn Tong is a Certified Intercultural Intelligence Practitioner and owner of Cultivate, specialty consultation firm helping companies connect better across cultures. As an amateur chef, Ming-Jinn likes to equate culture with a good meal. He loves everything about culture. The flavors, the textures, the colors, the sights, the smells. He sees culture everywhere and is eager to engage with it. Find out more about his work at meetcultivate.comAndy Gray is the Executive Director of Catalyst for Harmony. Teaming empathy, truth, understanding, candor, and compassion together, his disarming approach to navigating difficult matters has served as a catalyst to build bridges of hope and oneness.In this episode you will learn --  What culture has to do with racial equity and DEI work;How to build safe communities where challenging racial and cultural topics are discussed; How to use cultural agility to build bridges in diversity, equity, and inclusion; | Articles: -- Unity in Diversity in Your Organization (knowledgeworkx.com/post/unity-in-diversity-in-your-organization)-- The Key to Unlock Success in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives (knowledgeworkx.com/post/the-key-to-unlock-success-in-diversity-inclusion-and-belonging-initiatives)-- Better Conversations, Smarter Questions, and More Listening (knowledgeworkx.com/post/better-conversations-smarter-questions-more-listening)-- Brought to you by KnowledgeWorkx


31 May 2022

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Combovers, Surname-ball and Andy Gray's Beef Olé

Football Cliches - A show about the language of football

The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker assemble for another Adjudication Panel. On the agenda: a novel new word for a near-post flick-on, examining football's classy new fad of crest-respecting, the most Australian co-commentator of all time, and a bumper instalment of Keys & Gray Corner.Meanwhile, the panel discuss which manager was the first to earn themselves the "Surname-ball" honour, what makes a player an "old warhorse" and what exactly constitute "the basics" in football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


12 Apr 2022

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Episode 4: Who's been texting Andy Gray?

Career We Go: The Football Trivia Podcast

Did Johan Cruyff play for the Washington Diplomats? How many games did Winston Bogarde play in his 4 years at Chelsea? Which Premier League manager has been texting Andy Gray? Listen on for all that and more football trivia drivel. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @CareerWeGoPod


17 Mar 2022

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Interviewing Andy Gray: Podcaster, World Champion Kick boxer and Fun Interviewee - You'll See

Wildcatdojo Conversations

You'll totally smile and laugh as we interview Andy Gray. He runs a podcast called Hobby of a Lifestyle where he talks with  everyone from Olympians to TV personalities. Scroll down for a link to his podcast (or search where you listen). Thanks for listening to this episode and let us know what you think!Here's Andy's website with his podcasts:https://hobbyofa.com/Please support our sponsor Honor Athletics:https://honor-athletics.com/


7 Mar 2022

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Andy Gray's 'Gray Matters' (ft. Adam Hurrey of Football Cliches)

Football Book Club

Having already been treated to Andy Gray's 1986 autobiography 'Shades of Gray', it's finally time to read the sequel - 2004's 'Gray Matters'. And joining us to read it is The Athletic editor and host of Football Cliches podcast, Adam Hurrey. A self-confessed 'Andy Gray stan', Adam joins us to discuss embellished anecdotes, bombastic punditry, unnecessary Darius Vassell beef, and the time Andy and Richard Keys went on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.Follow us on Twitter! @FootieBookClubInstagram @footballbookclubJoin The Football Book Club *Club* - www.patreon.com/footballbookclub

1hr 14mins

17 Jan 2022

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Crosses into Quality Street, Andy Gray's top drawer and random footballers' names in songs

Football Cliches - A show about the language of football

The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker assemble for another Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this time: Troy Deeney's autobiography emoji, the credentials of "Quality Street" as a long-term successor to the corridor of uncertainty, Everton fans tracking sand dredgers in the Irish Sea, and when footballers' names appear unexpectedly in song lyrics.Meanwhile, there's a brief journey into the often awkward sub-genre that is "football commentary re-recorded after the event for various reasons". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


7 Oct 2021

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Richard Keys and Andy Gray talk about the launch of the Premier League and Sky Sports, The Qatar World Cup and the moment Andy Gray become the game's most expensive player.

The Old Spice Boys

Introduction:On this week’s Old Spice Boys podcast, we’re speaking to a football pairing almost as famous as we are. As BBC documentary series 'Fever Pitch' this month features the birth of the Premier League, we’re delighted to have as our guests the two men who steered us through those formative years and are still at the heart of the sport, Richard Keys and Andy Gray.Richard the anchor and Andy the analyst were at the heart of Sky Sports innovative, game-changing coverage of live football in the UK 30 years ago. Today, based in Doha, they present for Bein sports with the same, evocative blend of comment and news. We welcome Richard and Andy to the podcast as the Premier League starts to take initial shape, the Champions League bubbles into action and new managers, like those at two of Andy’s former clubs, Everton and Wolves begin to bed in.Show Notes: The advent of Sky Sports drove one leading manager to refuse to let his players speak to the company for the first year of its existence. Who was it?Why the Qatar World Cup should deliver a permanent winter break in English footballWhich current Premier League boss should not have to put up with his job any longer?The moment Andy Gray, who had just become the game's most expensive player when he joined Wolves from Aston Villa in 1979, walked barefoot across a Birmingham street.Rafa Benitez and why Everton shouldn't have appointed him, 


17 Sep 2021

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NARSA Interviews Andy Gray

NARSA Podcast

Gary Gillan sits down for a catch up with Andy Gray


5 Aug 2021

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22: Former Villa, Wolves, West Brom, Everton, Rangers and Scotland striker Andy Gray

The Game's Gone with Tom Ross

Andy talks straight from the heart on his 17 year career as a striker and 20 year career as a TV pundit, he explains why he left Villa, his first derby game v Blues, Success at Everton, his joy at playing for Rangers, Being sacked by SKY and what he thinks were the real reasons, unable to cope, being suicidal and how talkSPORT saved him, how he loves BeIN TV and how the World Cup will be brilliant and the perception of Qatar is totally wrong - brilliant listen with some fantastic stories from one of the games great characters

1hr 10mins

3 Aug 2021