‘Poo-gate’, Zaha’s potential and the problems with the modern game - with Ian Holloway
All To Play For
Joining Tom and Joe on this week’s All To Play For is Ian Holloway. One of the great characters of the game, with a career spanning 40 years and having managed almost 1,000 games. Ian tells us in detail what happened when, as Crystal Palace manager, he arrived at Brighton's Amex Stadium and there was an interesting surprise awaiting them in the away dressing room. The lads also discuss whether Wilfried Zaha should stay at Palace and how we can start to fix the problem of greed which has taken over the sport. Want to hear more great podcasts from JOE?House of Rugby - The UK's #1 rugby showTKO with Carl Frampton - Bringing you unprecedented access and brutal honesty from inside the world of boxingSportspages - Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever writtenBoys Don't Cry with Russell Kane - The show that gets men talking about the things men never talk aboutUnfiltered with James O'Brien - Our critically-acclaimed and award-nominated interview seriesJOE's Football Spin - for instant reaction to the latest in the Premier League and the world of footballMore football as it happens:Twitter @FootballJOEFacebook @SportsJOEInstagram @FootballJOE
Can Liverpool and Man City reach Champions League semis, Mo Salah’s wage concerns and Ian Holloway’s hamster
Football Social Daily
Chelsea got the job done in their Champions League quarter-final - can Liverpool and Manchester City follow suit to make it 3 Premier League teams in the last 4 of the competition? Plus, we discuss reports suggesting Liverpool are unconvinced Mo Salah should receive top wages. (Part 2, 34:21) We answer your questions, including crazy press conference quotes and Mikel Arteta's Arsenal future beyond this season.
Ep 06: Ian Holloway | Fishing in the snow, working for the Oystons, & Paul Jewell’s punch-up
Off The Hook with Jimmy Bullard
In the final episode of the winter run, Jimmy invites former Blackpool, QPR & Grimsby gaffer Ian Holloway to the picturesque Court Farm, for some fishing in the snow.Ollie discusses managing Blackpool to the Premier League under Karl Oyston, playing with ‘unreal’ Ray Wilkins at QPR and nearly getting the sack in Ibiza.Off The Hook will be taking a break until the spring, when there’ll be plenty more episodes on the way.Keep the suggestions coming for future guests on Off The Hook, via Jimmy’s social media accounts @JimmyBullard on Twitter and @1JimmyBullard on Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Charlie Adam: Being 'Parched', signing for Liverpool and playing under Ian Holloway
Oli Bell and Charlie Austin are joined by Dundee midfielder Charlie Adam to discuss the worlds of football and horse racing. From signing for Liverpool in a white van, to being the mystery identity behind 'Parched' from That Peter Crouch Podcast, Charlie walks us through his football career where he also played for Rangers, Blackpool and Stoke City. The guys discuss VAR in the Premier League and the Dublin Racing Festival as well as picking the 'Studs Up Double' for the weekend racing. Brought to you by oddschecker and Sky Bet. 18+ BeGambleAware.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the Foxpunter Manager Profiling podcast, hosted by sports writer and broadcaster Jack Critchley and Foxpunter’s Mike Holden. Every week we’ll focus on a selection of football managers, their leadership styles, how they celebrate, commiserate and how they deal with difficult situations. In episode 6 we take a look at why Pep Guardiola is struggling to get a tune out of his Manchester City side this season. We also react to Ian Holloway's explosive post-match interview and identify his managerial strengths and weaknesses.
#16 [Future of Law] - Work Hard, Be Honourable, and Take Risks: A Conversation with Ian Holloway, Dean of Law at the University of Calgary
Future of Law by Goodlawyer
On the show, we discuss the challenges of delivering quality online legal education, and how UofC Law is preparing for their first “virtual” semester due to the COVID-19 outbreak (2:45); Dean Holloway’s background and road to becoming Dean of Law at UofC (6:25); Dean Holloway’s advice for new law grads (15:40); How legal education will need to evolve and adapt in order to keep pace with the changes in the legal profession (19:50); The emphasis placed on procuring a “Big Firm” job out of law school, and the importance of law students knowing their other options (27:15); Promoting practical (and theoretical) legal knowledge in school so law grads can effectively step into real-world practice (35:55); The coming changes to the “traditional” legal model (38:55); The problems with the current articling model and some potential solutions (41:00); The importance of knowing your history (46:45). Get on the email list at goodlawyer.substack.com
Neal Eardley | Journey to Premier League, Ian Holloway, Ups & Downs as a player | S3 EP11 |
Joner Football Podcast
Neal Eardley | S3 EP11 |Buzzing to get Neal Eardley on the podcast this week with the boys. Talks about his journey from the football league into the premier league & his time playing under Ian Holloway with Blackpool. Gives amazing advice on how to deal with setbacks and Injuries and some insight into the different styles of the managers he has worked under in his career.Subscribe to our Youtube channel - www.youtube.com/channel/UC5wlBUZsx1r2IsO9-rvON6Q► Original Instagram: www.instagram.com/joner1on1footballtraining/► Joner 1on1 TEK IG: www.instagram.com/joner1on1tek/► Download our training drills: www.joner1on1footballtraining.com/trainingdrills► Online Training Program: www.joner1on1footballtraining.com/online-t…programs► Shop: www.joner1on1footballtraining.com/joner1on1shopAlso feel free to follow us on:► Facebook: www.facebook.com/Joner1on1► Instagram: www.instagram.com/joner1on1footballtraining/► Instagram: www.instagram.com/joner1on1tek► Twitter: twitter.com/joner1on1► Joner 1on1 Management page - www.instagram.com/jonersfm/MORE INFO - www.joner1on1footballtraining.comAll enquiries - firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you for watching our videos.“If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you”Joner 1on1 & team
Grimsby Town manager Ian Holloway joins Eamonn, they discuss his managerial inspirations, his career and how and when football should restart. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.