In this Special episode we are joined by Japanese Journalist , Dan Orlowitz. We look back at Ange's tenure with Celtic , and talk perception then and now. We will look at Celtic's Japanese contingent, and ask is there anymore gems that Celtic could unearth? Hosted by Stephen Tomlinson Guest - Dan Orlowitz Check us out on facebook https://www.facebook.com/EndlessCelts Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/endlesscelts Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/celtsendless?lang=en Contact us Directly by email : email@example.com The Endless Celts Podcast is a fan-based podcast hosted by dedicated, knowledgeable and passionate Celtic fans. Our show aims to bring you an informed look at all things Celtic Football Club. We aim to provide Celtic fans the world over with an entertaining outlet for reliable, honest and informative Celtic news. Talking all things Celtic like every other fan would. Just a group of Bhoys with a love for the club. #AngePostecoglou #Giakoumakis #CallumMcGregor #Kyogo #ReoHatate #DaizenMaeda #Jota #CelticFC #CelticFootballClub #TheEndlessCelts #ScottishFootball #Soccer #Champions #Celtic #GlasgowCeltic #DanOrlowitz #SundayLive #SpecialGuest
A View From Japan.. Sports Journalist Dan Orlowitz
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A View From Japan.. Sports Journalist Dan Orlowitz from Japan Times joins Ryan in this episode.Dan spoke about how the reaction to Celtic's Signings of Maeda, Guchi., Kyogo and Hatate and the impact they have had, Dan gave us some very informative information about the players and what to expect season.Dan gave us some players to look out for and how the J-League standard is very good.Great listen for all Celtic fans.
115: Beijing 2022: A second pandemic Olympics w/ Dan Orlowitz & Madeleine Orr
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With omicron surging around the world, Japan Times sports reporter Dan Orlowitz tells us about the stringent measures put in place to allow these Games to take place, and how Japan is responding to the U.S. call for a diplomatic boycott of these Olympics. Later in the show, Dr. Madeleine Orr joins us to talk about how climate change is threatening the Winter Olympics, and why Beijing is so uniquely reliant on artificial snow. Read more: Absence of Yuzuru Hanyu fans at Beijing 2022 a relief for Xi’s Pooh-paranoid censors (Dan Orlowitz, The Japan Times) Slippery Slopes: How climate change is threatening the Winter Olympics (The Sport Ecology Group) China’s fake snow frenzy for Beijing Olympics strains water supplies China reports 34 new COVID-19 cases among personnel connected to Olympics Ahead of Olympics, Lower House issues toned-down resolution on 'rights situation' in China The Japan Times' full coverage of the Winter Olympics Sponsor: Today’s episode is sponsored by RGF Professional Recruitment Japan, the bilingual arm of Recruit, Japan and Asia's largest recruiting and information service company. Visit RGF Professional Recruitment Japan to register your resume and unleash your potential today. Livestream Dan will join Oscar for a livestream about his experiences in Beijing on Twitter on Monday, Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. Japan time. Follow @japantimes to join the conversation when they go live. On this episode: Dan Orlowitz: Articles | Twitter Madeleine Orr: Twitter | The Sport Ecology Group Oscar Boyd: Twitter | Articles | Instagram Transcript We have recently begun experimenting with transcripts for episodes of Deep Dive. A full transcript of this episode is available on The Japan Times website. Find transcripts useful? Tips for improvement? Contact us to let us know. Announcements: Get in touch with Oscar and the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. Support the show. Rate, review and share this episode with a friend if you've enjoyed it. Follow us on Twitter, and give us feedback. This episode of Deep Dive may be supported by advertising based on your location. Advertising is sourced by Audioboom and is not affiliated with The Japan Times. Photo: A volunteer wearing a face mask and shield is seen at the National Aquatics Center in Beijing on Sunday. | REUTERS
A View From Japan.. Sports Journalist Dan Orlowitz.
Celtic : The Unrestricted View Podcast
Celtic announced 3 signings from the J League in Japan which has hit the headlines very quickly and has became big news.Daizen Maeda, Reo Hatate and Yosuke Ideguchi have joined the quadruple treble winners ahead of the next half of the season and who better to give us the full report on the trio than Japanese Sports Journalist Dan Orlowtiz.Dan has a wealth of knowledge of the J League and football in Japan.. a fantastic chat and detailed report on the 3 players and what we should expect from them. Dan chatted about Ange and how massive news him coming along with Kyogo and now more players from Japan.Great listen for Celtic Fans.twitter- https://twitter.com/celtic_un_viewDan - https://twitter.com/aishiterutokyoYoutube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYThj9Mah8UOoPjGIc4SSeQ
Jリーグのユニークなファン文化について。先週に引き続き、ジャパンタイムズのジャーナリトとして活躍するダン・オーロウィッツさんをゲストに迎えて、ダンさんご自身の経験、Jリーグがアジアでの人気の理由についてを語ります。// Part 2 of our discussion with Japan Times writer Dan Orlowitz covers the unique fan culture of the J.League, why it's popular around Asia, and Dan's experiences as a writer and photographer in Japanese sport.
The J.League is often rated as the best league in Asia and has produced Japanese superstars like Shinji Kagawa, Shinji Okazaki, Keisuke Honda, and many more. It is renowned for its high-quality play, technically gifted players, and, as with anything Japanese, the quirky side is also picked up on a lot.In recent years, J.League support has grown, especially outside of Japan. Areas of Asia and even Europe have caught onto the thrill that is supporting the J.League, so today we wanted to talk about why. What makes the J.League such a joy to watch?---Jリーグは、しばしばアジア最高のリーグと評価されており、香川真司、岡崎慎司、本田圭佑など、日本のスター選手を輩出してきました。 技術的に優れた選手が多いことで国外でも知られていますが、一方で日本文化の独特で一風変わった面も海外メディアにも取り上げられています。近年、Jリーグの熱は日本国外で徐々に高まっており、アジアやヨーロッパ圏においてもJリーグを応援する熱気が徐々に高まってきています。
On this episode of The MLSMultiplex Podcast, Connor, Drew, and Josh discuss Samantha Mewis leaving the NWSL for Manchester City, rumoured transfers in MLS, the MLS is Back semi-finals, predict the MLS is Back Final (with the help of some MLSMultiplex Contributors), and MLS allowing fans to attend games. Later in the podcast, Josh is joined by Japan Times journalist Dan Orlowitz to discuss how Japan and the JLeague have handled the Covid-19 pandemic and allowing fans to attend games. (the interview is from 65:42 - 76:08).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.