The Fox Football team, led by Adam Peacock, look at all the issues happening both locally and abroad, plus go one-on-one with some of the biggest names in the sport.
ACL troubles, A League relocation, Mess-ut Ozil and the pod in 4 languages
Adam Peacock is joined by Robbie Slater and James Dodd from Fox Sports News, who debuts in spectacular fashion.
The boys discuss some standout results in the UEFA Champions League, the situation with the Asian Champions League, where it seems A League clubs are being forced to go.
Brisbane and Wellington are on the move, so too a player who has gone from NPL 4 in NSW with Fraser Park to St James' Park and Newcastle United.
Arsenal fan Dodd breaks down the Mesut Ozil mess, plus the political upheaval at Barcelona, which gives the boys a perfect chance to end the pod like it's never ended before - in French and Spanish.
And there's some singing in Italian from Andrea Bocelli.
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Arnie stays with Socceroos, Jets CEO to coach, filling the van Dijk hole and Terry Venables yarns
Adam Peacock and Robbie Slater chat all things football, with current topics and old yarns part of this week's discussion.
Graham Arnold turns down an overseas gig to stay with the Socceroos, Newcastle Jets looking within to coach the team and what it can be like running a football club when things don't go to plan.
The boys look into the Premier League clubs money grab in greater detail, how Virgil van Dijk will be missed for Liverpool and towards the end some wonderful advice Robbie got from greats Terry Vanables and Graeme Souness.
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A & W League restart, Robinson departs Jets, Harry Maguire and one extra night in Argentina
Adam Peacock and Robbie Slater discuss the new season start dates for the A League and W League, plus the bombshell departure of Carl Robinson from the Newcastle Jets to take up the Wanderers gig.
The boys also discuss a possible Premier League restructure, Harry Maguire's troubles plus Robbie tells a ripping story of the time he, Graham Arnold and Frank Farina decided to stay one more night in Argentina after the 1993 World Cup qualifier. Didn't end well for Frank.
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2.00 A League and W League restart dates... we're all in this together!!!!
7.30 Carl Robinson jets off. What will he do for Wanderers?
15.00 Where does Robinson's departure leave Newcastle
21.00 Details of the mooted Premier League restructure, and why this was coming
32.00 The trouble with Harry Maguire; and how he has to get through it
37.00 Socceroos game v England may not be as easy as you think to organise
38.00 Robbie Slater, Graham Arnold, Frank Farina and the misguided plan to stay for an extra night in Argentina.
The Player Market I State of play from an agent
Leading player agent John Grimaud joins Adam Peacock to discuss where the players market is at right now, with an emphasis on the Australian market.
Grimaud gives his take on how the A League reinvigorates itself, what the priorities should be and how we can go about getting more players into the European leagues.
It's a fascinating insight into the realities facing Australian football's development.. and it's not all doom and gloom!
1.00 State of Australian player market, and what the A League should really focus on post COVID
10.00 How you build a plan for your player
15.00 Getting players overseas - how tough is it now?
19.00 How do we alter that reputation in Europe?
22.30 Hardships faced by Australian players once overseas
26.00 Robbie Kruse and his pathway
32.00 The mayhem of a transfer window closing
35.00 Why India is flavour of the month for A League players
Coaching in COVID I Scott Miller on football in a pandemic
Former A League and now NPL coach in Melbourne Scott Miller joins Adam Peacock to discuss how greatly COVID has affected football in Australia, and in particular, the footballers!
From young players, to those playing at NPL level, to coaches trying to get the most out of a strange situation - especially in Victoria - Miller talks about what players can do to keep themselves up to speed not only in a physical sense, but mental as well.
Miller - who has spent time at some big clubs across Europe - also talks about the trends in football, and what it has become in the last decade, and there's a ripping yarn about Cristiano Ronaldo that typifies his mindset, and a quick one about why Scott Parker was always destined for management.
James Johnson, CEO of the FFA chats to Adam Peacock
Plenty happening, as always in Australian football.
Pay deals, pandemics, independent leagues, a World Cup to plan, a World Cup to win!
Adam Peacock discusses all that and more with the man in charge, FFA CEO James Johnson in tis special edition of the Fox Football Podcast.
2.00 The FFA XI Principles - when it goes from theory to practical
6.00 A and W League independence - why isn't it is it independent yet?
8.40 How close with the FFA stay to the clubs in running the professional leagues?
9.15 Don't copy and paste the Premier League model - there are others better
11.00 How does the FFA and the clubs ensure they don't step on each others turf? Club v country issues potentially
13.30 Confidence around the PFA and clubs sorting out a pay deal
15.00 Growing the football economy in Australia - how?! (Libby Cacace deal from Wellington was more than the total transfers for any year in A League history!)
18.30 tapping into the international transfer system - creating opportunities for young Australian players, clubs ensuring length of contract helps the ability to get transfers
22.00 The domestic system - especially between A League and NPL clubs - how we improve that. Clubs all over the country need incentive to develop players.
23.45 Thoughts on the sentiment of A League clubs plundering NPL clubs for young talent, without compensation. It will become more expensive for clubs, but they will get that back when better players are produced along the line.
25.00 When will a transfer system happen in Australia?
27.00 Second division. What are the next steps?
29.00 Is there a model of a second div that would suit Australian football?
30.45 Don't the A League clubs have a deal until 2034? How do you relegate someone from that?
32.45 Government support - how does the FFA make this work better for the game?
34.45 What do you hope the legacy of the Women's World Cup will be?
37.00 Will the Matildas be managerless for much longer?
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Always a great listen! Good job boys! -Scotty mc
Great insight and good to listen to
Always great insight into the a league over the years, as well as the world. Great variety of programs too, the review (Simon needs to let VAR grudge go, it’s not going anyway unfortunately, but great for bringing a perspective/context to garb’s claims and generally), Adam’s player interviews (so good, keep them coming), but need to bring back the bald cast! Thanks guys for the great discussions over the years and please keep them coming!
Thanks for this ....
So good to hear from our players, A-league and overseas ... definitely recommending to my mates .. cheers