Episode 31 of Bombazo is a special one as we talk to one of our favourite football journalists and a man you should all be familiar with, Sid Lowe. Not only has Sid been the guy bringing Spanish football to an English speaking audience via The Guardian for as long as we can remember, he's also one of the hosts and people behind The Spanish Football Podcast – in our humble opinion the best pod on Spanish football out there. That's thanks in no small part to their dedication to attending games and getting to know the human beings behind the clubs. Sid knows more about Spanish football than most, so it was only right for us to grill him on the Scandinavians in Spain, including...– Why Martin Braithwaite is such a convincing player to speak to, and how that has won over Barça's coaching staff as well as a certain number 10. – His high hopes for Martin Ødegaard, in Sid's view probably the best player in LaLiga this season behind the aforementioned Lionel Messi. But there are some concerns about him continuing to play in the right environment for his development. – How Alexander Isak's endless confidence impressed him when the Swede put Real Madrid to the sword at the Santiago Bernabéu after a less than perfect first half. – Plus praise for Daniel Wass, intrigue on Pione Sisto, a bit of Zlatan, a bit of Henke, and how he ended up with Thomas Gravesen's shorts.You can hear Sid and the TSFP guys here, and they also have loads of additional content for subscribers. Thanks again for listening and, yes, you know what's coming: LEAVE A RATING for Bombazo at your podcast provider of choice, please. Drop us a comment or even an email while you're at it. Follow the pod here, Alex here, and Lee here. Enjoy the episode, it's a good one!
Theo Delaney is joined by Sid Lowe of the Guardian, ESPN and The Spanish Football Podcast. Sid lives in Madrid and is a huge fan of Real Oviedao as well as maintaining his boyhood allegiance to Liverpool. The remarkable depth of his football knowledge and his passionate love for the game is manifest as he tells stories spaning Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool side, Euro 96, several World Cups and following Oviedo at all levels of Spanish football. Among his chosen scorers are Messi, Dalglish and Stuart Pearce. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Viva Espana - Sid Lowe On Football, Franco And Friendly Chats With Beckham
Our Man In Stockholm
On the latest episode of the Our Man In Stockholm Podcast, I spoke to journalist and historian Sid Lowe about how he got started writing about football, coping in these Covid-19 times and making an impression on a certain Spice Girl's husband...
Atletico Madrid v Liverpool | Sid Lowe Special |Simeone, Felix, Costa and view from Spain on defending champions
Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
We have a special Blood Red podcast ahead of Liverpool’s return to the Wanda Metropolitano to take on Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. Caoimhe O’Neill speaks to leading Spanish football expert and historian Sid Lowe about the last-16 first-leg tie – and much more else besides. Including: What the view is from Spain on this remarkable Liverpool team; the form of one-time reported Jurgen Klopp target Joao Felix; Diego Simeone, and whether the Atletico boss can blunt the most feared frontline in the world, and whether the Argentine will ever end up in the Premier League; Diego Costa’s chances of playing, and, of course, Sid’s prediction for the game. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Ep 1091: Ireland Managers Past And Future, Sid Lowe on Barca V Chelsea - 19/02/2018
Richie Sadlier joins Eoin and Murph in studio to talk about how football management can be an emotional business. When Ipswich took the lead against local rivals Norwich on Saturday, Mick McCarthy couldn't resist having a go at his own fans.Is there ever a right time to shoot back at the same people who have been criticising you for months? On reflection, probably not... but it doesn't mean it doesn't feel really good while you're doing it. We also praise the job Chris Hughton is doing as he leads Brighton to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and analyse his potential to be the next Ireland manager.Plus Sid Lowe joins us to wax lyrical about Andres Iniesta before he returns to Stamford Bridge, the site of his favourite goal-not-scored-in-the-World-Cup-final goal.
On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Spanish football journalist Sid Lowe (The Guardian, ESPNFC) joined Kiyan Sobhani to discuss:Real Madrid's upcoming Copa del Rey match: What it means to Fuenlabrada, how the players reacted, and how bumpin' Estadio Fernando Torres will be on ThursdayFernando Torres's connection with the clubFernando Morientes's brief stint as head coach of FuenlabradaCastilla, SolariCopa del Rey schedule this weekValencia's strict diet regime under MarcelinoAnd more!If you enjoyed this podcast, and want more bonus content, join our army on Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Podcast: true faith speak to Sid Lowe about Rafa Benitez
True Faith NUFC Podcast
Alex Hurst speaks to Spanish football expert Sid Lowe about Rafa Benitez in this podcast special.Sid for many football fans who've listened to podcasts he's featured on and read his work in a number of publications, is arguably the go to author on Spanish football.Based in Spain, Sid produces his own football podcast 'The Spanish Football Podcast' (well worth a listen). Sid has appeared many times on BT Sport as a pundit on British television as well as a pundit on Spanish TV.Basically he knows what he's on about.Sid talks to Alex for half an hour on Rafa's career in Spain and how his experiences in his home country may have shaped the manager we somehow have in charge.Many thanks to Sid for his time.