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February 27, 2018

Ep. 60- A Positive Point, with Michael Kurn

Michael Kurn is Southampton born and bred. He always wanted a career in professional football and he’s created one for himself as a presenter and reporter for the Premier League, working on studio shows such as Premier League FanZone and bringing pre and post match interviews with players and managers to many of our TV screens. Michael also does a lot of work with charities and other sporting organizations. From Hampshire Cricket, to England Hockey and the Olympic and Paralympic games, Michael has been around world doing what he loves.

 

Michael and I discuss his journey and career, as well as his current speaking engagements and upcoming book by the same title “Desire Dream Vision.” Michael is truly a motivated and inspirational character. From his positive attitude to his work with charitable organizations, just listening to him will inspire you. We also talk about Saints, the draw at Burnley, and what the rest of the season looks like for Saints as the club strive to stay in the Premier League and make a cup run.

 

You can get in touch with Michael on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, or visit his website michaelkurn.com and get a better idea about the book at the Desire Dream Vision website at desiredreamvision.com.

 

It was truly an honor for me to get to know Michael a bit better, to help share his story and to get the perspective on Saints of someone who constantly talks with ex-players, coaches, pundits, and fans around the globe.

 

I hope you enjoy it. Links to Michael’s social media and websites are below, just in case the embedded links above don’t work for you. Also, be on the lookout for Michael’s book when it is released in September of 2018.

 

Michael Kurn:

 

  • This podcast is partnered with The Saints Report. For your all your Southampton FC news and needs, visit The Saints Report on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
  • If you have questions or comments about the show, I'd love to hear them, please contact me via Twitter or email. If you have a guest you'd like me to try and get ahold of please let me know and I'll do my best.
  • The artwork for the show is done by Matt Beling of the wearesouthampton page on Instagram. Be sure to check out the great edits, competitions, and polls he has going on over there.
  • The show is on Twitter (@SFCDell_ivery) , Instagram (@sfcdell_ivery), and Facebook (facebook.com/sfcdellivery), so give us a follow, like the stuff, and stay up on what’s going down.

Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on future episodes and give the show a rating on iTunes! You can click the links below or search “Dellivery” in your app.

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All feedback can be sent to @SFCDell_ivery on Twitter, @sfcdell_ivery on Instagram, or at  facebook.com/SFCDellivery. Questions can be submitted using the hashtag #sfcdell, and you can email the show at southamptondellivery@gmail.com.

 

Music Credits:

All music in this episode comes courtesy of the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org.

Intro Song- “Epic Song” by BoxCat Games- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/

End of Show/Credits- “Aim is True” by Podington Bear- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/

Until next time, cheers.

Matt

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February 20, 2018

Ep. 59- Squad Goals, with Kirsty Whitton of the Southampton Women’s Football Club

This weekend I had the pleasure of speaking with Kirsty Whitton(@Whitton_8), midfielder and Captain of the Southampton Women’s Football Club. After Kirsty helped lead her side to a 4-0 victory on Sunday afternoon in the semi-final of the Fa Hampshire Cup she sat back and chatted with me about her career, coming to the South Coast, her goals for the season, and more. We also took some listener questions (thank you to everyone who sent them in!).

 

Kirsty is sponsored by Keila Tucker (@keilatucker), but the club is always looking for new sponsors, as the players and coaches often have to pay their own way to the matches, for training, etc. If you are interested in sponsoring a player, coach, or advertising, you can visit the contact page on the website, or email the club secretary (email below).

 

A special thank you to the Southampton Women’s Football Club, Lee Calendar, and Kirsty for making this happen. It’s a pleasure to be able to work with such a fantastic organization.

 

 

The Hampshire FA Women's Challenge Cup Final will see a rematch of last year as Southampton Women's FC takes on Portsmouth FC Ladies on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. The match will take place at Havant and Waterlooville FC with kickoff at 7:45. Save the date and be sure to cheer the ladies on!

 

  • This podcast is partnered with The Saints Report. For your all your Southampton FC news and needs, visit The Saints Report on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
  • If you have questions or comments about the show, I'd love to hear them, please contact me via Twitter or email. If you have a guest you'd like me to try and get ahold of please let me know and I'll do my best.
  • The artwork for the show is done by Matt Beling of the wearesouthampton page on Instagram. Be sure to check out the great edits, competitions, and polls he has going on over there.
  • The show is on Twitter (@SFCDell_ivery) , Instagram (@sfcdell_ivery), and Facebook (facebook.com/sfcdellivery), so give us a follow, like the stuff, and stay up on what’s going down.

Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on future episodes and give the show a rating on iTunes! You can click the links below or search “Dellivery” in your app.

iTunes, Acast, Stitcher, Google Play, Tunein, Soundcloud, YouTube, Radio Public

 

All feedback can be sent to @SFCDell_ivery on Twitter, @sfcdell_ivery on Instagram, or at  facebook.com/SFCDellivery. Questions can be submitted using the hashtag #sfcdell, and you can email the show at southamptondellivery@gmail.com.

 

Music Credits:

All music in this episode comes courtesy of the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org.

Intro Song- “Epic Song” by BoxCat Games- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/

End of Show/Credits- “Aim is True” by Podington Bear- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/

Until next time, cheers.

Matt

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February 13, 2018

Ep. 58- Liverpool on a Sunday and Sheffield on a Wednesday, with Lucy Highnett

I had the pleasure of chatting with Lucy Highnett (@lucyhighnett on Twitter and Instagram) for this week’s podcast. To be completely honest, I’ve wanted to have Lucy on the show for some time, but we couldn’t find a time that worked for both of us. But, finally, with her PhD studies wrapping up, this weekend worked. I was excited to hear her perspective on the team and what I thought was some momentum being built, and then we played Liverpool, with 5 ex-Saints in the squad (all of whom played in the match). Even after going into the break down 2-0, but having played a decent 45 minutes, I was feeling okay. Then the team came out flat in the second half and rarely looked as though they were going to threaten LFC’s lead.

At the end of the weekend Saints are back in 18th place. 18th. Relegation Zone. The board is silent. Pellegrino still employed. No matter, though, because the conversation I had with Lucy was by far the highpoint of my weekend where Saints are concerned. Even though the message may be grimm, I think it’ll come across well. So, I hope you enjoy the episode, and if you do please let us know be getting in contact and/or sharing the show with others.

 

  • This podcast is partnered with The Saints Report. For your all your Southampton FC news and needs, visit The Saints Report on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
  • If you have questions or comments about the show, I'd love to hear them, please contact me via Twitter or email. If you have a guest you'd like me to try and get ahold of please let me know and I'll do my best.
  • The artwork for the show is done by Matt Beling of the wearesouthampton page on Instagram. Be sure to check out the great edits, competitions, and polls he has going on over there.
  • The show is on Twitter (@SFCDell_ivery) , Instagram (@sfcdell_ivery), and Facebook (facebook.com/sfcdellivery), so give us a follow, like the stuff, and stay up on what’s going down.

Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on future episodes and give the show a rating on iTunes! You can click the links below or search “Dellivery” in your app.

iTunes, Acast, Stitcher, Google Play, Tunein, Soundcloud, YouTube, Radio Public

 

All feedback can be sent to @SFCDell_ivery on Twitter, @sfcdell_ivery on Instagram, or at  facebook.com/SFCDellivery. Questions can be submitted using the hashtag #sfcdell, and you can email the show at southamptondellivery@gmail.com.

 

Music Credits:

All music in this episode comes courtesy of the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org.

Intro Song- “Epic Song” by BoxCat Games- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/

End of Show/Credits- “Aim is True” by Podington Bear- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/

Until next time, cheers.

Matt

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February 6, 2018

Ep. 57- Wild Wild West (Brom), with Andy Caulton and a Range of Southampton Callers

This week I’m joined by a wide variety of guests from around the world to help cover a range of topics related to the sport of football and the Southampton Football Club.

 

First up I spoke with Andrew Coulton, a Baggies fan originally from Burton-on-Trent but now living in New Hampshire in the USA, about our most recent match against West Brom, his history with the club, coaching a former Saint, writing, the legacy left by Cyrille Regis, and more. We easily could have spent more than a full episode talking about all of it, but we kept it to a reasonable time given we still had more to cover. Andy is a passionate, caring, and knowledgeable man who understands the connection fans share and what makes the relationship between us and the football so special. I am truly grateful for the time I was able to spend with him. The link to one of his recent articles on Cyrille Regis is below. If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend it!

 

As we have done previously, after the transfer window closes, it’s nice to get a range opinions on what’s gone on at the club. So, I took some calls from fans around the world and asked for their opinions on the window, the current state of the club, and what needs to change moving forward. I was overwhelmed with the number of people willing to call in to talk, but I was only able to fit 5 interviews on the show. I appreciate everyone's willingness to chat and share their time with me. The links to the Twitter handles of each caller, along with Andy and his article, are directly below. I hope you enjoy the episode and thank you for listening!

 

 

  • This podcast is partnered with The Saints Report. For your all your Southampton FC news and needs, visit The Saints Report on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
  • If you have questions or comments about the show, I'd love to hear them, please contact me via Twitter or email. If you have a guest you'd like me to try and get ahold of please let me know and I'll do my best.
  • The artwork for the show is done by Matt Beling of the wearesouthampton page on Instagram. Be sure to check out the great edits, competitions, and polls he has going on over there.
  • The show is on Twitter (@SFCDell_ivery) , Instagram (@sfcdell_ivery), and Facebook (facebook.com/sfcdellivery), so give us a follow, like the stuff, and stay up on what’s going down.

Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on future episodes and give the show a rating on iTunes! You can click the links below or search “Dellivery” in your app.

iTunes, Acast, Stitcher, Google Play, Tunein, Soundcloud, YouTube, Radio Public

 

All feedback can be sent to @SFCDell_ivery on Twitter or facebook.com/SFCDellivery and questions can be submitted using the hashtag #sfcdell. You can also email the show at southamptondellivery@gmail.com.

 

Music Credits:

All music in this episode comes courtesy of the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org.

Intro Song- “Epic Song” by BoxCat Games- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/

End of Show/Credits- “Aim is True” by Podington Bear- http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/

Until next time, cheers.

Matt

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