Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode Two

Tweet *Contains Strong Language* Welcome to the 2nd episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast. This week we discuss the sackings of Unai Emery and Quique Sanchez Flores and how Jose Mourinho got on in his first game in charge with new club Tottenham. Riley talks about how Joe Root bounced back from his failure at Mount Maungahai with England looking to draw the series in the second Test in Hamilton. Tony talks about the winding down of the Formula One season before joining producer Lil DA in talking about…

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‘We went to a Mexican restaurant and the meal sizes were three times the size of ones back home’: moving abroad to play sport at a young age

Simon Birgander and Mollie Taylor are basketball players who departed their respective home countries in search of new opportunities

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Live Breathe Sport Podcast: Episode One

Tweet Welcome to the first episode of the Live Breathe Podcast, a podcast where every week our two hosts, Riley and Tony are joined by producer Nile to discuss the week’s sporting news. This week they discuss Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking and his replacement in Jose Mourinho and whether Unai Emery and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be feeling the heat. Nile and Tony also talk about the latest basketball news and Riley talks about the thing he knows best, cricket with England and New Zealand facing off in the first of…

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The Malice at the Palace – NBA’s darkest day

Tweet By Joni Ahokas  19th November 2004 will always be remembered as one of the most infamous fights in sports. The Malice at the Palace was probably the darkest day in NBA-history.  It was last season’s Eastern Conference finalists Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers who played host to this dark event. The Pistons were the defending champions and Pacers wanted to put their rival’s in their place.  The Pacers were already leading by 15 points and coasting to a win with just 15 seconds left on the clock. Then the incident started.  Pistons-center Ben Wallace tried to execute a layup, when he was fouled…

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