The latest Premier League side to get the PL Download treatment is Tottenham Hotspur, as Men In Blazers’ Roger Bennett details the club’s ethos in “To Dare Is To Do”.
Rog speaks with Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, and head of coaching and development John McDermott in a preview of his film, “Premier League Download: Tottenham Hotspur: To Dare is to Do” which airs Sunday at 11 a.m. ET after Spurs vs. Stoke City on NBCSN.
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The latest Premier League Download makes its debut on Sunday, as we dive deep into Tottenham Hotspur.
With a brand new stadium under construction and a solid look at perennial top-end pushes, Spurs are among the more intriguing stories in the Premier League.
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Spurs host Stoke City on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. EDT on NBCSN, and “Tottenham Hotspur: To Dare Is To Do” debuts at 11 a.m. EDT, right after the match.
In an era where managers are frequently hired and fired barely 12 months apart, Arsene Wenger has managed to stay afloat — and thrive like few others have done — for 20 years today, Saturday, October 1.
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It’s an unbelievable milestone for the Frenchman, who will finish the 2016-17 season just shy of 1,200 games managed at the club. For the latest episode of Premier League Download, NBC Sports’ Roger Bennett sat down one-on-one with the Gunners’ legendary boss (above video).
Their conversation was wide-ranging, from Wenger’s early days at the club, to the world-class players he’s had the privilege of working with, to his personal philosophy about what it takes to be a successful manager.
Learn about one of the more intriguing PL personalities, Jurgen Klopp, with an all new “Premier League Download: Inside the mind of Jurgen Klopp” hosted by Roger Bennett on May 10, following NHL coverage on NBCSN.
The man who helps bring you Men in Blazers will bring you an in-depth look at the heavy metal loving, maniacal laughing, tactically inspiring manager of Liverpool.
This is one of those shows which will likely bring laughs and a bit of education, even for neutrals and those who don’t love the game of soccer. For those who do, sans Manchester United and Everton supporters, it should really do the trick.