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La campanella è suonata. Ricreazione finita. Urge una nuova leadership.

raffaella cardarelli | 9 August 2020

Il senso di urgenza, quel fuoco che spinge alcune persone ad agire con solerzia e determinazione, in me è innato.  E’ un impulso incontenibile, che mi ha sempre spinta a realizzare le cose che ritenevo giuste e necessarie, senza aspettare “il momento più opportuno”.  Ho vissuto pertanto questi ultimi mesi di angoscianti incertezze, nell’unico modo […]

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Are You Not Entertained?

Episode: 57, Season 2

Hosts: Roger Mitchell - Grant Williams | Guest/s: Kelvin MacKenzie

The lads have an intimate relaxed chat with one of the key personalities of the last 30 years in sport and media. From the shambles of the efl, charlatan owners, selfish players, Arabs and Newcastle; to the role of The Murdoch dynasty in financing the world of sport for over a generation. Be a fly on the wall to a rare conversation with Kelvin MacKenzie.

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are you not intrigued?

What we live, observe and work on everyday, often inspires us to share reflections and insights, which we like to share here with other professionals. It is for us a unique opportunity to transfer our experiences and knowledge and gain new perspectives from all those people, who like to engage into thought-provoking conversations with us. Scratching the surface of things, to better understand the world around us and always be learning.

The Albachiara Podcast

are you not entertained?

Today, much of what sport has always meant to true fans, has been lost in a blizzard of corporate communications, fireworks and froth. As a result, the attachments, that were once so strong, seem more trivial in the global age of televised sport as entertainment. What was once authentic, is increasingly staged. In this podcast, we'll get back to the things that sport has always meant to true fans.