Beyond the Pitch: CanMNT and Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies
(Note: certain visual elements of this episode might be better experienced in the video version, available at youtube.com/cplsoccer) In the latest episode of Beyond The Pitch, CanPL.ca's Kristian Jack sits down for an exclusive one-on-one interview with Canadian Men's National Team talisman and Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies, back in full training with his club after a bout of myocarditis derailed his plans to join the national squad over these final two WCQ windows. Now, with the squad only days from this final slate of games that would see Canada qualify for their first World Cup since 1986, Phonzie speaks on what it's like to cheer from the sidelines, and what this would mean to the team and him personally. The pair also discuss Phonzie's elite teammates at Bayern, his brothers on the national squad, and even take a moment to open some trading cards.
Canada vs Costa Rica, Alphonso Davies, Everton Embarrassed, Arsenal & Spurs win | Fast Money Football
James Sharman and Albert Vartanian recap that weekend that was in the Premier League and the FA Cup. They discuss Everton’s embarrassing loss to Crystal Palace, Frank Lampard’s comments, top four, Leeds’ shocking win over Wolves and they preview Canada’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Champions League picks, Eriksen Denmark call up, El Clasico preview, Alphonso Davies training | Fast Money Football
Albert Vartanian is joined by Sara Poraria to preview the 2nd leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16. They share their predictions, picks and bets for Ajax vs. Benfica and Manchester United vs. Atletico Madrid. They also discuss Chelsea’s request to play behind closed doors, Christian Eriksen’s Denmark call up and the El Clasico! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ben and Stephen are joined by Frank Seravalli (2:15) weighs in on which player from Team Canada should we watch for at the Beijing Games and why the women's tournament never fails to deliver. Later, Kristian Jack (16:53) from One Soccer on how Canada soccer's men's team will set up their squad against Honduras and then the U.S. on Sunday. Finally, Michael Grange (27:39) on his sit down with Fred VanVleet on a recent road trip and his hopes for being named an All-Star. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Episode 47 – How will Canada adapt without Alphonso Davies?
Northern Fútbol Podcast
The Northern Fútbol Podcast is proudly partnered with Northern Tribune and Canucks Abroad. Check them out at northerntribune.ca and canucks-abroad.ca. You can also follow them on Twitter @NorthTribune and @Canucks_Abroad. Peter and Thomas kick off the show with the news of Alphonso Davies' myocarditis diagnosis and how it affects the Canadian men's national team. They go through potential replacements in the squad and possible tactics for the January qualifiers, including some potential breakout candidates. Then the guys discuss Scott Arfield's international retirement, Stephen Eustaquio's pending loan move to Porto, Tajon Buchanan's debut with Club Brugge, Theo Corbeanu's hot start with MK Dons and a slew of other players abroad in the latest Canucks Abroad Roundup. They also answer your questions in the Canucks Abroad Mailbag, break down Carlos Salcedo's move to Toronto FC, chat with York United star Max Ferrari and so much more. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Northern Fútbol: @NorthernFutbol Peter Galindo: @GalindoPW Thomas Nef: @ThomasNef RUNNING ORDER: 0:40 – Who replaces Davies in the squad? 6:41 – How should Canada line up without Davies? 13:46 – Canucks Abroad Roundup (Arfield, Hoilett, Eustaquio, Buchanan, Corbeanu, etc.) 41:00 – Canucks Abroad Mailbag (Corbeanu vs. Millar, Dias and Smith updates, etc.) 50:51 – Thoughts on Toronto FC signing Carlos Salcedo 55:05 – Interview with York United's Max Ferrari 1:10:42 – News and notes (Olivieri's promotion, MLS SuperDraft recap, Whitecaps news, etc.) Produced by Peter Galindo.
Alphonso Davies and Myocarditis, Rusnak to Seattle, and Blockbuster Trade in Hollywood - Soccer Today (January 14th, 2022)
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Today on ST,Kevin and Duane talk about Alphonso Davies, his diagnosis, how his absence will affect Canada, and what to make of myocarditis.Plus, they break down the signing of Albert Rusnak by Seattle, and the acquisition of Kellyn Acosta by LAFC.A great show as always, check it out.Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/soccertodayspnSubscribe to our podcast herehttps://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/soccer-today-on-spn-daily-mls-podcast/id1123104604https://podcasts.google.com/search/Soccer%20Today%21%20on%20SPN%20%28Daily%20MLS%20Podcast%29https://open.spotify.com/show/1TK86y15mcI3mbJRBIFfu4or everywhere you get your podcastsSubscribe to our YouTube pagehttps://youtube.com/sportspodcastingnetwork
Tom Canton is joined by Josh Williams to bring you a tactical and analytical look at Arsenal’s 2-0 win away at Leicester City. Sambi Lokonga’s role in the midfield is analysed along with Alex Lacazette’s new role in a 4-4-2 partnering Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is also discussed. Nuno Tavares’ continued impressive showings are compared to Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies before Aaron Ramsdale’s underlying numbers are looked at. Enjoy.
Episode #109 - Alphonso Davies: The Canadian King of CONCACAF
Squeaky Bum Time: An English Premier League Podcast
In Episode #109 of the Squeaky Bum Time Podcast, Mike and Laurent talk about the latest twist in the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying tale, the emergence of Canada as a real threat to qualify after Alphonso Davies laid Panama to waste this week. Also:It's the international break, so Mike takes a moment to pay tribute to Rod Gilbert, Mr. Ranger, who was honored yesterday before the Rangers' home opener at Madison Square GardenThe UMSNT make a statement in a come-from-behind win against Costa Rica to strengthen their chances of qualifyingMore Newcastle chatter, because how dare we ignore our new Premier League Saudi overlordsOh yeah, the Premier League is back...again! We break down some of the best matchups from this week, including Brentford hosting ChelseaWe've renamed our Best Bets to Crap Bets because well, if you've made it this far that makes a ton of sense doesn't it?Follow us on Twitter (@SqueakyBum_Pod), Instagram (@SqueakyBumTimePod) and Facebook (Squeaky Bum Time Podcast) to stay up to date!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: OP3 - https://op3.dev/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Grading USMNT after six WCQers! Is Alphonso Davies the best player in Concacaf?
The guys gather in the wake of another Concacaf World Cup Qualifying window to discuss the USMNT's win against Costa Rica and qualifying campaign so far and celebrate Canada and Alphonso Davies' triumph over Panama! 1:18 - First reactions to the USMNT win 8:11 - Is rotating goalkeepers the right move for the USMNT? 24:17 - Evaluating Weston McKennie’s performance in this window 28:35 - Is Robinson/Richards the CB pairing of the future? 38:43 - Was this a successful window for the USMNT? 45:18 - Canada blows out Panama after early scare 52:06 - Will Canada make the World Cup? 56:46 - Biggest MLS playoff stories to watch as the international window ends 1:04:12 - MLS games of the weekend 1:09:12 - Ricardo Pepi is No. 1 on this year’s 22 under 22 list presented by Body Armor 1:13:51 - Mailbag
EP 248 - JAMES SHARMAN on the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, Team Canada & Alphonso Davies.
The Bob McCown Podcast
JAMES SHARMAN - friend of the show and football aficionado - joins the podcast to discuss the big 4-1 win our Mens national team had over Panama in yesterdays FIFA qualifying match. We discuss the events of the game and marvel at Alphonso Davies performance and controversial goal. James gives us some perspective at just how good Davies is, what that means for the future of soccer in Canada as well as the success of the mens team. We discuss the rising popularity of the sport in Canada and the direction we could see it go as Canada is set to host a portion of the 2026 FIFA World Cup. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.