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Welcome to Everything EFL, a podcast about language teaching. I love sharing my knowledge of stuff I've learnt and the things I do in class. I also like branching out and discovering other teachy stuff that can apply to other kinds of teachers – after all, we all want to achieve the same things, don’t we? I do this podcast to give you some practical ideas and food for thought. I also have guests who know much more than me. It's a learning experience all round! Subscribe on Apple or Spotify ( ...
 
Your weekly soccer media podcast about watching soccer on TV, online and apps. Longest running soccer podcast in the world covers Premier League, MLS, Liga MX, Bundesliga, LaLiga, NWSL, Champions League, USMNT, Serie A and more. If you’re a hardcore soccer fan, we’re the podcast for you.
 
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He’s been in the game a long time and is vastly experienced, but Bristol City manager Nigel Pearson understands only too well how much pressure you have to absorb when you’re living life on a knife edge, as he explains perfectly during a fascinating chat with Clem. Elsewhere, homegrown Oxford United striker Matty Taylor has seen his career come ful…
 
Marlowe Johnson is the CEO of recently launched Educational Testing Service (ETS) subsidiary EdAgree, a company that is dedicated to optimizing long-term outcomes for international students, supporting their journey from research to application to graduation and beyond. Before founding EdAgree, Mr. Johnson worked in the EdTech space at ETS, 2U and …
 
In this episode, we feature Matt Jones from The Blue Room Podcast and Kartik Krishnaiyer. They discuss the impact of fan culture on soccer clubs in light of what's happening at Everton. When fans feel powerless against the decisions made by their own club that they’ve supported all their life, what do they do? On today’s podcast episode, we delve i…
 
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two. In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back on Nottingham Forest’s win over Derby, what it meant for Steve Cooper’s side and another tumultuous week for the Rams away from the pitch. It was also a gre…
 
I can't believe it's been almost two, count 'em, two years, since I've taught in an actual classroom with actual students just (an officially designated number of) metres away. Yes, things are a bit different: social distancing, no handouts, no mingling......but the principles of the first lesson (regardless of how you're teaching) are always the s…
 
Derek Rae joins host Kyle Fansler to talk about his career in soccer broadcasting. Rae, one of the most popular and known voices in English-language soccer commentary, shows off a handful of items collected throughout his time in the game. His time covering soccer includes a number of major games and tournaments, including perhaps the most memorabl…
 
In the NEW episode, we discuss how much (do) we need the middle men who broadcast soccer, beIN SPORTS's coverage of Africa Cup Of Nations sinks to new lows, the latest analysis on the US Soccer TV rights deal for the USMNT and USWNT, DAZN has a lot of appealing soccer content heading our way, what to look out for in the new version of the Fubo app,…
 
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two. In the Championship (from the start) there was another big win for Derby despite the latest turmoil engulfing the club, while Luton won a thriller against Bournemouth and Fulham enjoyed another thumping victory at the …
 
In a discussion with ESPN's Janusz Michallik and World Soccer Talk's Kartik Krishnaiyer, host Kyle Fansler asks about several topics including: are MLS clubs selling U.S. talent too cheaply, how the pendulum is changing with MLS selling players to Europe, Americans that missed out on signing for European clubs, why European clubs are signing player…
 
Mark Pemberton has been pioneering in EdTech for the past 15 years. A strong advocator for meaningful change and adoption of technology in both at homes and schools. Mark is a frequent speaker and EdTech conferences around the world and a recognized thought leader in game-based language learning. Mark founded Studycat with his Co-founder Mateo Sola…
 
In this episode, we discuss ESPN+'s latest soccer numbers, a drought has fallen on the Africa Cup of Nations, FOX cements a World Cup deal with Twitter, which soccer channels are losing the biggest % of subscribers, and why does the FA Cup upset MLS writers so? Plus we recommend matches to watch this weekend as well as answering your questions in t…
 
There are some over the years who have criticised the FA cup for not being the competition it once was. Weakened teams, lesser crowds and altogether not the competition it was apparently, yet last weekend’s third round was an absolute belter! Huge goals, huge shocks and some magnificent performances from lower league teams to knock out top flight o…
 
With no Championship this week the panel took a look back at the FA Cup’s biggest shocks and upsets (from the start), including incredible results for Cambridge, Nottingham Forest and Reading. In League One (22m30s) the Sunderland missed the chance to go top after an incredible draw at Wycombe, Gillingham parted company with manager Steve Evans, an…
 
Transfermarkt's Manuel Veth and Kartik Krishnaiyer are this week's guests to discuss the January Transfer Window. Host Kyle Fansler asks Manuel and Kartik about what major transfers we can expect to see in this window, what Newcastle United's strategy will be, which leagues will see the major moves, and whether we may see more or less deals signed …
 
We discuss what differences there are with Premier League games on the USA Network. Who the big winner is with the Pepi and Dike transfers to Europe. We share what happened to Sky Sports News. We look ahead to the latest news about the next MLS TV deal. And we share our recommendations of what to watch this weekend.…
 
They do say it’s a funny old game, but the Christmas and New Year fixture schedule has created a very different type of challenge for many managers this year. Rather than the relentless schedule of match after match in a short period of time, this year covid and injuries have resulted in many being postponed, and then the challenge is keeping the p…
 
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Andy Hinchcliffe to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two. In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at all the festive action as Covid once again wreaked havoc on the schedule. Some sides didn’t play at all, while others such as Derby enjoyed a fine coup…
 
Kyle Fansler chats with Keith Costigan and Kartik Krishnaiyer about how and why some managers thrive with different philosophies through their coaching. Costigan, who works with FOX Sports and the Seattle Sounders, has a UEFA A coaching license, requiring significant research and learning into the world of coaching. He, along with Krishnaiyer, brea…
 
Listen to our latest episode to play our soccer knowledge quiz. And celebrate the end of 2021 and the start of 2022 with us. We also talk about what the holidays would be like if there was no soccer on TV. On behalf of the entire staff at World Soccer Talk, we'd like to wish you Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year. Thanks for listening.…
 
It’s been quite an eventful season so far and we’re only at the halfway point! To celebrate some of the brilliant interviews that Clem has done with the biggest names in the Skybet Championship, League One and League Two over the past 5 months, here’s a festive little best of the guests so far this season, on the official EFL podcast!…
 
On the latest episode, we discuss FIFA's biennial World Cup idea, whether Concacaf is in support of the biennial World Cup, how the idea helps or hurts Gianni Infantino politically, is MLS for or against the idea, and what US Soccer Federation's stance is on the biennial World Cup.Autor: World Soccer Talk
 
As we all get ready for the festive season, (covid permitting) Clem is joined by his old mate David Prutton, to mull over the season so far and where we find ourselves at the back end of 2021. There’s plenty to discuss, and if you’ve ever heard Clem and Prutts before, you’ll know that they’ve normally got plenty to say!…
 
In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at another poor result for Bournemouth, which allowed Blackburn to close the gap on the promotion-chasers, while Middlesbrough’s good run continued under Chris Wilder and Blackpool returned to winning ways. We also hear from Middlesbrough’s Marcus Tavernier (33m31s), who answered our quickfir…
 
We discuss the crystal ball revealing who is getting MLS rights, a new soccer documentary hits the airwaves about one of Europe’s top institutions, Spectrum TV throws English soccer fans a bone, why MLS is not in a New York state of mind, what USA Network's Premier League coverage will look like, broadcasters don't need to hype leagues that do its …
 
It’s a jam packed, bumper edition of the official EFL podcast this week, as Mark Clemmit sits down with 3 big hitters. Tony Mowbray’s high flying Blackburn Rovers have been on a roll of late, but now is the time for some big management decisions, as he has to keep his squad together and fit to face the pressures of the Christmas and New Year fixtur…
 
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two. In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at a back weekend at the top as Fulham and Bournemouth slipped up again, allowing the chasing pack - particularly West Brom and Blackburn - to close ever furth…
 
Major League Soccer is different from many soccer leagues. Rather than crowning a champion based on the club's results throughout the 34-game season, the league takes a more American approach. LAFC's Dave Denholm and World Soccer Talk's Kartik Krishnaiyer talk about parity in soccer and how the U.S.'s top league could be improved in the future.…
 
Presentations. A word that often strikes fear into the heart of the most capable student. I take you through the things I've learnt from experts and stuff I do when prepping my students for a presentation. Do you really need to be this thorough? I say yes. Have a listen and see whether you agree with me. I approach presentations from 3 angles: psyc…
 
We discuss why the US Soccer calendar needs to change. MLS drops more details about their next TV deal. Der Klassiker, Champions League and Philly-NYCFC suffer from technical problems. And we share our recommendations of what to watch this weekend. Plus, who has the best marketing machine between ABC/ESPN, NBC and CBS? And we discuss the success of…
 
This week Mark Clemmit sits down for a chat with Tom Cairney, to find out what the mood is like inside high flying Fulham’s training ground, and Clem is joined by David McArdle from the EFL, to reflect on this week’s first ever Rainbow Laces fans forum, which was broadcast live from London on Monday night.…
 
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and David Stowell to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two. In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at a huge game between the two pacesetters of Fulham and Bournemouth, West Brom’s return to winning ways, Blackburn’s impressive recent form and the ominous ga…
 
Ho Ho Ho! I'm rereleasing my fabulous Christmas episode from 2021. I'm joined by my lovely friend and teacher Sinead McMorrow, and we hope you can use some of these fun activities, some of them sent in by our lovely followers. These activities are suitable for different levels, nationalities and mainstream schools. Dive in and have some festive fun…
 
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Jobi McAnuff to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two. In the Championship (from the start) there is a look back at a week of upheaval for Sheffield United as they replaced Slavisa Jokanovic with Paul Heckingbottom in the dugout - and kicked off with a win against Brist…
 
Today's guest is James Liu. James is a scientist, consultant, business coach, and an ESL student. His own ESL teachers inspired him to start a business to help many more ESL teachers who are currently undervalued. Since 2019, he has helped thousands of teachers go independent and charge what they’re worth. James's links: linkedin: https://www.linke…
 
Ever wondered why your projects with students fall a little flat? I give you some quick, practical advice on how to structure you projects and presentations with 4 easy steps to follow: pre-project tasks, delivering instructions, the project itself and the presentation, should you choose to follow up with one. Did I miss anything? If you found this…
 
We discuss the latest news about the next MLS TV rights deal, we talk NWSL and whether the Championship Final is an indication of the level the league is at, where NBC Sports goes from here with the Premier League coverage, has CBS Sports' soccer coverage lost their audience in order to chase social media likes and media attention, our recommended …
 
A little under a year ago in December 2020, Sol Bamba was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and the prospect of his own personal fight against cancer in the early part of 2021. Having been through an extraordinary journey, he catches up with Mark Clemmit about life at the Riverside with new club Middlesbrough, who Clem has more than a little soft…
 
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two. In the Championship (from the start) the panel reflect on another week of points deductions in the second tier, and morale-boosting results for Derby and Reading after being hit with them. They also take a look at…
 
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