Cover image of Greg Clarke

Greg Clarke Podcasts

Read more

13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Greg Clarke. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Greg Clarke, often where they are interviewed.

Read more

13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Greg Clarke. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Greg Clarke, often where they are interviewed.

Updated daily with the latest episodes

Best weekly hand curated episodes for learning

Episode artwork

EP29: Greg Clarke & The FA, MPs Debate, Manager of the Month, & Much More...

Read more

Peterborough United Chairman Darragh MacAnthony and long-suffering Bradford City supporter Philip Ideson shine a light on the hard truths behind the football industry.

On this week's episode:

- Manager of the month

- Greg Clarke and the FA

- Why is it harder to manage in the Championship than League 2.

- John Sheridan and Nigel Clough getting new jobs

- EFL bailout latest

- Buying Nathan Thompson

- Mental health

- and much more...

To submit a question for a future pod, email contact@hardtruthfootball.com.  To listen to our back catalog, go to www.hardtruthfootball.com.


Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darragh-macanthony/support
Nov 18 2020 · 56mins
Episode artwork

Greg Clarke resigns from The FA, another dinosaur returns, and Danny Drinkwater puts himself out there

Read more

We begin today's episode with the abrupt resignation of Greg Clarke from The FA after he made a string of offensive remarks while discussing diversity in football. Jules, Andy and Jim discuss the fallout and what meaningful actions The FA should take to promote diversity and inclusion within football governance.  

Elsewhere, we celebrate the return of Gunnersaurus thanks to a rotating shift of freelancers, applaud Danny Drinkwater's search for a club and worry about the future of the EFL as ten clubs reportedly struggle to pay wages.

***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.

Nov 11 2020 · 45mins

Similar People

Sean Dyche

Stephen Warnock

Pep Guardiola

Wilf Zaha

Paul Scholes

Steve McClaren

Harry Maguire

James Maddison

Eric Dier

James Garth

Ian Holloway

John Sikkema

Sir Alex Ferguson

Ross Barkley

Paul Pogba

Episode artwork

Rapinoe to the WSL? And Greg Clarke resigns

Read more
Jeanette Kwakye is joined by Izzy Christiansen, Siobhan Chamberlain and Ben Haines for a women’s football special.

BBC Football Correspondent John Murray joins the pod as Greg Clarke resigns as FA Chairman after ‘unacceptable’ remarks.

We hear from Megan Rapinoe and whether her future in football will see her move to the WSL.

Manchester City goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck joins the pod after Manchester City won the Women’s FA Cup.

PLUS Chelsea’s Emma Hayes shares her tactics for keeping players disciplined.
Nov 10 2020 · 48mins
Episode artwork

Episode 85: Parhelia. Formed in 2006 with current members Greg Clarke (Guitars, Keys & Effects) and Cathal Rodgers (Bass & Keys), Parhelia have five critically acclaimed releases. Celestial Horizons is their brilliant new instrumental album.

Read more

Combining the genuine warmth and emotion of progressive rock with the desolate feeling of post rock, Parhelia's Greg Clarke (Guitars, Keys & Effects) and Cathal Rodgers (Bass & Keys). chat with myself and Howard reflecting over the early formation of the band up to their incredible new instrumental release Celestial Horizons. Seasoned veterans on the Irish Metal Scene, it was great to hear Greg, Cathal and Howard of Partholon share insights on coming through those formative years playing in bands and still be relevant in a vibrant Metal community now in 2020.

Songs featured and permission granted:
Sky Burial (c) AeSect, 2020 all rights reserved.
A Lonesome Journey (c) Parhelia 2020 all rights reserved.
Lith (c) Abysm, 2020 all rights reserved.

Support The Metal Cell Podcast

Aug 13 2020 · 1hr 20mins
Episode artwork

Ep. 4: Amy Spencer & Greg Clarke of Southampton Football Club

Read more

In this episode, Amy Spencer and Greg Clarke of the Southampton Football Club psychology staff join the conversation. Greg begins with a mindful breathing exercise, and then they chat with Keith and Tim about their unique paths to incorporating mindfulness into their work and how they've integrated MSPE into their Premier League academy system. 

Jul 03 2020 · 40mins
Episode artwork

Greg Clarke, author and illustrator, A Sidecar Named Desire, Thousand Oaks

Read more

Illustrator and epicure Greg Clarke describes writing and illustrating his book, A Sidecar Named Desire: Great Writers and the Booze That Stirred Them, his favorite cocktail, and what it’s like to see his work in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, and The Wall Street Journal.

@greg_clarke / gregclarke.com

Also, have a look at the episode page for Greg Clarke on letsgetconsumed.com to see a photo of his illustration for "L’homme Wiggly,” or Wiggly Man, which hangs in his living room.

Mar 02 2020 · 50mins
Episode artwork

From Lemons to Leadership with Greg Clarke, founder and MD of Digicom

Read more

In this episode we chat with Founder and MD of Digicom and former President of Dublin Chamber, Greg Clarke.

Greg is one of those rare breeds, those unsung heroes of the indigenous small business sector in Ireland.

No grants, no advance factories, no super cool App - this is a business employing 40 people, built on pure hard work and excellent customer service.

Greg chats about lessons from 23 years running his own business, about things he learnt from his dad and his fruit business, from selling in the Isle of Man, LA and Dublin, about how it is a game of confidence and how coaching GAA teams and cycling can refresh your head.

Enjoy the show 

This show has been brought to you by Fuzion Communications, a Marketing, PR, Graphic Design and Digital Marketing Agency in Ireland with offices in Dublin and Cork.

The show is produced by Greg Canty

Feb 22 2020 · 1hr 3mins
Episode artwork

Ep 150: How does the story end? | Greg Clarke

Read more
Stories inspire, entertain and stimulate - we all understand ourselves as part of stories. What do stories tell us about some of life's biggest questions? A fascinating conversation as we confront the end of the world and discover our own place in an even bigger story.
Feb 08 2020 · 27mins
Episode artwork

Running the Race (Literally) with Greg Clarke

Read more

On this week's episode of the Calvary Life Podcast, Eric and Matt are joined in studio by Calvary member, endurance athlete, and Director of Up and Running Again Greg Clarke! Greg shares the story of how one man's persistence brought him to Christ, how he was inspired to participate in triathlons, and how those came together to form the nonprofit Up and Running Again. 

Up and Running Again helps provide a pathway to lifelong success by training homeless individuals living in rescue mission to complete half marathons. Through the work of Up and Running Again, addictions have been overcome, lives have been changed, and hearts have been won to Christ!

If you would like to learn more about or get involved with Up and Running again, visit them on their website, Facebook, or Instagram

Oct 30 2019 · 43mins
Episode artwork

Greg Clarke, Director of Up and Running Again- Episode #62

Read more

In this episode, Andrew interview Greg Clarke of Up and Running Again.  Andy and Greg and many others will be running with Raleigh Rescue Mission and Up and Running Again in the City of Oaks Marathon this November. Andrew and Greg talk about faith, family, and share inspiration stories about running that are so uplifting! Greg is a story teller and loves to run with people who don't give up!  Visit their website and buy a runner a pair of shoes! Also if you want to run join their team! Up and Running Again Welcome to Up & Running Again. It's our mission to assist people seeking to overcome economic poverty. We do this by training people to complete a half-marathon. The goal setting and sense of accomplishment it inspires translates toward a path of lifelong success. The Winter Faith Podcast is focused on creating conversations to promote emotional and spiritual growth through tough conversations about faith, apathy, and everything in between. Podcast music by Josh Cleveland. Purchase his album Root of a Man on Apple Music and Amazon Music. Follow  @winterfaithpodcast on Instagram, Twitter, and join the Winter Faith Podcast on Facebook. Follow Andy @winterfaithandy Instagram and Twitter. Subscribe to the Winter Faith Podcast on Apple, Anchor, or Spotify. Support the show for as little as $1 a month on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/winterfaithandy


This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/winterfaithpod/message
Sep 03 2019 · 38mins