In this week's bumper episode of The ChampionshipChat Podcast, the lads react to Garry Monk's departure at Sheffield Wednesday. Who will replace him? Elliott & George run through their ideal candidates. Jason from The Rams Review Podcast joins us an in-depth chat on Derby County after they dropped to the bottom of the table. Is time up for Phillip Cocu and how could a potential takeover affect his future? Alex Broom is on hand for the lowdown on Wycombe Wanderers as they've moved from relegation certainties to within just one point of safety after an upturn in form. FOLLOW US AND SUBSCRIBE APPLE: https://apple.co/30CZexh SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2BCchUP TWITTER: @CHAMPCHATPOD, @_ELLIOTTJACKSON, @_GEORGESMITH99, @TOM_C_6 INSTAGRAM: @CHAMPCHATPOD
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 this third episode, we take a look at Garry Monk's troublesome tenure at Sheffield Wednesday, and how he struggles with the emotional side of the game. We also shine the spotlight on Lee Bowyer's continued success at Charlton with a look at how he uses tactics to outsmart in-form opposition. You can find Jack on Twitter @jcritch7 and Mike can be found @foxpunter
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach look back on a weekend of Championship action that saw massive shocks and worldie goals. They're joined by Dan Fudge from the Wednesday Week podcast and Charlie Wise from the QPR YouTube channel Talking Rangers. Is Garry Monk on the brink? Reading finally lose! Are Derby about to be very rich? It's the Second Tier! Don't look back in anger, I heard you say!Website: www.secondtierpod.co.ukTwitter: twitter.com/secondtierpodPlease donate to our Movember page as we try to raise money for men's health: mvmbr.co/37QF751Join our Who Knows Wins leagues to win cash by guessing Championship results!Midweek league: wkw.page.link/mzCQ or join with PIN: M2J20HWeekend league: wkw.page.link/xaUf or join with PIN: FQDSS7 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week The Football Book Club read 2012's very confusingly titled 'Loud, Proud And Positive' by legendary Swansea City captain and manager Garry Monk. We join Garry on a miraculous journey from League Two to the Premier League, stopping off along the way for Lee Trundle doing stand up, something called Linchicken and a brand new game where we ask 'Who said it? Garry Monk? Or Bruno Mars?' PLUS a dramatic reading involving Garry, a headbutt and a tray of sandwiches.Follow us on Twitter! @footiebookclubInstagram - @footballbookclubJoin The Football Book Club *Club* - www.patreon.com/footballbookclub
A quick bonus episode as Garry Monk is appointed Sheffield Wednesday manager.James listens back to the press conference at Hillsborough this afternoon and forms an early opinion.We also hear from Alan Biggs on Monk's Championship record in management.More reaction to come next week....
The second part of an exclusive interview with Birmingham City manager Garry Monk. Brian Dick talks to Garry about why he wanted to go into management and the impact it has on his young family. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Blues writer Brian Dick is thrilled to present to you all an exclusive interview with new Blues boss Garry Monk.The 39-year-old took time out from a hectic international break to speak to us from his office at a sunny Wast Hills where he discussed his first couple of weeks in the job and how he is desperate to take the club forward.He detailed the work he has done with the players on the pitch - and the things he's been doing off it to lift the mood of not just the players but the people in all the departments at Wast Hills.He once again emphasised the connection between the team and the supporters and there's a couple of nice anecdotes about a team bonding session during which staff and players went go-karting.Listen out for which Blues player he'd least want to be driven home by.Hope you find it instructive and enjoyable, here's Garry Monk. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Alex Dicken and Shane Ireland host the very first episode of the Blue Noise podcast. A podcast on all things Birmingham City FC brought to you by Birmingham Live. This week of course is a Garry Monk special with the former Swansea, Leeds United and Middlesbrough boss replaced Steve Cotterill earlier this week. Alex spoke to the Garry himself to get his views on taking charge at Blues as well as the Teeside Gazette's Middlesbrough reporter, Jonathon Taylor for his take on Monk's time at the Riverside. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy