The Athletic's Manchester United reporter Carl Anka reviews the much anticipated Sir Alex Ferguson documentary, Never Give In . Carl talks about Fergie's legacy in world football, his underrated success at Aberdeen, why he's the best manager of all time, and why some of his proteges haven't had as much success as managers. The guys also talk a bit of Hip-Hop, NBA and the NFL.Don't forget to watch our new "Debate Room" episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/N2nl_rXYmjQ
21st Century Football: The Complete Guide (so far)
We need to talk about Sir Alex Ferguson. Is he the greatest manager of the 21st Century? Listen to this podcast and find out.With Adam Brown, Will Brazier & Statman Dave.Find us on social @21CenturyFB on Insta and TwitterSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I owe a lot to Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester united for my coaching education and experience. They both opened up their does to a young enthusiastic coach when not many other teams would. In UK cinemas from 27 May, available on Amazon Prime Video in the UK and Ireland from 29 May and available to rent and own internationally from 31 May - https://www.siralexfergusonfilm.com/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shaun-spencer/support
Welcome to our Big Interview Icons series where we shine a light on a legend whose name has lit up some of the conversations I’ve had with my guests over the last six years of The Big Interview. This episode focuses on Sir Alex Ferguson.Rio Ferdinand once vented his rage at Sir Alex and was fortunate not to be sold. But he never doubted his genius. Yet there was a flaw to that genius, exposed when he left Manchester United too open in the 2009 and 2011 Champions League final defeats to Barcelona. Rio found the latter defeat particularly embarrassing.Terry Gibson tells us about how Sir Alex’s arrival at Manchester United was the new broom Old Trafford needed after the lax regime of Ron Atkinson. Terry’s face didn’t fit, but luckily Wimbledon came calling.Alex McLeish relates how his former Aberdeen boss tried to poach him for Manchester United, while Darren Fletcher provides an amazing insight into a Fergie team talk. He could be unpredictable, but ultimately exuded a calmness which affected his players and filled them with belief.Lastly, fellow manager Gianluca Vialli speaks of what an inspiration Sir Alex was, and shares with us two golden nuggets of advice he always remembered.EnjoyGraemeSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pep Guardiola isn't in the same league as Sir Alex Ferguson
English Premier League podcast: EPLpod
Pep Guardiola is a great manager. Sure, sure. But when it comes to refreshing his team, he's no where near Sir Alex Ferguson. After City's loss to Spurs this weekend, it's hard to see Guardiola's City pushing for the title as they sit in 13th place after 8 games.
England put Iceland to the sword, Wales take their seat at the top table, and how to greet Sir Alex Ferguson
That was more like it, wasn’t it? England cruise past Iceland as Phil Foden and Jack Grealish turn on the style. Not that Jules, Vish and Jim allow themselves to get carried away, of course. Elsewhere, Wales secure a dream promotion to the top tier of the Nations League and Kieffer Moore looks really happy about it, while Scotland go down to Israel but will definitely still boogie on. Plus, we learn how Andrei Kanchelskis greeted a certain Scotsman at Manchester United in the worst - or best? - way possible. Join us! Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org. ***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!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
6: BRYAN GUNN – Learning from Sir Alex Ferguson during his time at Aberdeen, and flying south for the winter to become a Canaries legend!
Dion's Gaffer Tapes
He may have started his footballing life in the far north of Scotland, but Bryan Gunn is an absolute legend when it comes to Norwich City, and will always be one of their finest and most revered of veterans. As one of the senior players at Carrow Road when a teenage Dion Dublin arrived in the late 80s, it was ‘Gunny’ who welcomed the talented youngster into the first team setup and someone that Dion has always had the utmost respect for.
Man United & Barcelona, Chelsea’s woes and Sir Alex Ferguson’s genius ft Charles & Josh
Joined again by Josh, Charles joins us to rant about Man United and Frank Lampard. We also briefly go over Barcelona, Ousmane Dembele, Jadon Sancho and Spurs.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/97football/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/97football/support