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December 29, 2020

Ep. 206- Total Recall: Dean Hammond, A Collaboration with Saints Archive

Show Timeline:

  • Intro Music- 00:00

  • Intro- 00:55

  • Saints Archive Hall of Fame- 6:18

  • Dean Hammond- 11:48

  • Sport as a Child- 13:21

  • Coming to Saints- 18:55

  • Captain- 21:04

  • Club Hierarchy- 23:29

  • Promotion to the Premier League- 28:53

  • Moving on, Dealing with Disappointment- 32:55

  • Playing in the Premier League- 46:53

  • Dean Hammond Elite Fitness and Fatherhood- 49:12

  • Listener Questions- 58:22

  • End Credits- 1:17:43

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The Southampton Dellivery Podcast is proud to support the work of Kick It Out as they work to tackle racism and discrimination in the game we all love. See how you can get involved at kickitout.org.

The holiday period is a busy time for people in English football. Managing training, matches, family, and your personal mental and physical health becomes even more difficult when the schedule bunches up around the holidays. Dean Hammond knows that, and that’s why we recorded this episode over a month ago. Between his role analyzing Saints matches for the Final Whistle, running Dean Hammond Elite Fitness, raising his kids, being a husband, commentating, and staying in shape, Dean is beyond busy and Leon and I were blessed to be able to sit down with him for over an hour to discuss his career at Saints, lifting a trophy at Wembley, making it to the Premier League, goal setting, answering your questions and more.

A huge thank you also goes out to Will and Leon of Saints Archive. Their patience and passion really help episodes like this come together and it’s a pleasure to work with them!

If you’d like to follow Dean on social media you can do so using the links below, and make sure to check out deanhammondelitefitness.com for more information on how to use the platform to help get the best out of yourself!

With that said, I hope you enjoy the show. Please let us know who else you would like to hear from in the future, and, most importantly, thanks for listening!

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Until next time, cheers.

Matt

December 22, 2020

Ep. 205- Tell(a) Me There’s More, with Jay from The Southampton Page

Show Timeline:

  • Intro- 00:55

  • Southampton Page- 2:18

  • City Match- 4:42

  • Walcott- 19:16

  • Questions- 35:36

  • End Credits- 58:04

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The Southampton Dellivery Podcast is proud to support the work of Kick It Out as they work to tackle racism and discrimination in the game we all love. See how you can get involved at kickitout.org.

Saints welcomed Manchester City to St. Mary’s for a 3:00pm kickoff on Saturday. Despite playing with City for 90+ minutes, losing Danny Ings in the first half, and pinning City back for portions of the match, the visitors left the south coast with all 3 points and Saints saw themselves fall to 7th in the table by the time the week’s matches concluded.

There is a balance between performances and points. Saints won ugly against Brighton, dispatched Sheffield United, let Arsenal off the hook, and went at City with everything Ralph would have expected. The result just didn’t come off. But, at least there’s still Christmas… oh, wait.

Jay Grant, the man behind @Southamptonpage and a partner of the show, joins this week’s show. We’ll discuss the City match and your questions, and consider the impact of Mike Dean and Oriol Romeu’s inevitable coming together, and look ahead briefly to Fulham.

As always, let us know what you think, and thank you again for all of your support over a year that’s treated us all pretty badly.

 

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Until next time, cheers.

Matt

December 15, 2020

Ep. 204- United Over Sheffield, with Saints Brass

Show Timeline:

  • Intro- 00:55

  • Saints Brass- 3:00

  • Fan Forum- 13:27

  • The Last Post- 25:56

  • Sheffield United- 28:41

  • End Credits- 1:05:46

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The Southampton Dellivery Podcast is proud to support the work of Kick It Out as they work to tackle racism and discrimination in the game we all love. See how you can get involved at kickitout.org.

Last week Saints won ugly. This week they welcomed fans back to St. Mary’s with a dominant, beautiful performance that made all of us smile at least a few times during the 90 minutes. It was an emotional day for many, including the manager himself, and although not everyone could be there, it obviously meant a lot to have fans back behind the team in person. If you were one of the lucky ones to be there in person, congratulations. The other 30,000 hope to join you soon, including Dan from Saints Brass, who joins the show this week. They were not allowed to join in at the stadium this week, and we discuss what the pandemic has been like for them and how football has gone as well. We also chat the Fan Forum and answer your questions. I hope you enjoy it.

 

If you’d like to hear them before then, you can give them a follow on Social Media. They are @saintsbrass on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook and you can also find them at saintsbrass.com. If you missed Dan's first appearance on the show, you can find it here.

 

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Matt

December 8, 2020

Ep. 203- Penalty Strikes, VAR Yikes, and the Return of the King, with Matt Neuhausen

Show Timeline:

  • Intro- 00:55

  • Matt Neuhausen- 3:05

  • Lineup- 10:39

  • Vestergaard- 22:09

  • Ings- 26:58

  • KWP, Second Goal- 35:11

  • Questions- 43:20

  • End Credits- 51:02

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The Southampton Dellivery Podcast is proud to support the work of Kick It Out as they work to tackle racism and discrimination in the game we all love. See how you can get involved at kickitout.org.

We’ll keep this pretty short and sweet. Saints did not play well on Monday night. The second half was better than the first, but neither was very impressive, especially going forward. But, we took 3 points from the AMEX and saw the return of the king. So, we can celebrate those and learn from the rest.

Matt Neuhausen, a Saints fan living in Florida, joins me this week to discuss the match and address your questions. Follow him on Twitter @neuhausenmatt and on Instagram @neuhausen_matt.

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Until next time, cheers.

Matt

December 1, 2020

Ep. 202- Lawrie and The Boy’s of 76… and the Loss to United, with Michael Kurn

Show Timeline:

  • Intro- 00:54

  • Michael Kurn- 3:37

  • The Boy’s of 76- 13:42

  • Maradona- 27:59

  • Lineup and United- 36:44

  • Goalkeeping- 46:30

  • End Credits- 1:00:40

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The Southampton Dellivery Podcast is proud to support the work of Kick It Out as they work to tackle racism and discrimination in the game we all love. See how you can get involved at kickitout.org.

Saints lost to Manchester United at St. Mary’s after holding a 2-0 lead going into halftime. It was the first loss since Spurs torched Saints’ high backline for 5 goals in September, bringing an end to an undefeated run that stretched 7 matches (5 wins and 2 draws).

On the day it was disappointing to lose, given the halftime scoreline. But, on the balance of play, I don’t think it was totally unfair. United were better for much of the match, and Cavani’s movement gave our defense a tough time.

Still, there’s plenty to celebrate, including yet another JWP free-kick that was all but perfect and the fact that if VAR wasn’t ruining football we’d be in the top 5. Joining me to discuss the match and his newest project, Lawrie and The Boy’s of 76, is Michael Kurn. We’ll discuss his new documentary which looks back at the 1976 FA Cup Final, developments around the football, and, of course, the United match.

To get in touch with Michael and learn more about Lawrie and The Boy’s of 76, visit lifeofasaint.co.uk. You can also follow Michael on Twitter and Instagram @michaelkurn. You can also follow Sholing FC by visiting sholingfc.co.uk or by going to @sholingfc on Twitter.

If you’d like to get involved with the Saints DSA Banner and have your picture up at Staplwood, get in touch with Saints DSA on Twitter or at https://saintsdsa.org.uk/we-miss-you/.

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Until next time, cheers.

Matt