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Jimmy Szabo sits down with special sporting stars each week, discussing their story, interests, on-field feats, and everything you, the fans, want to know!Today’s guest is one of the most versatile, professional and unflappable media professionals our country has ever seen. Covering such events as the Olympics, Wimbledon, the Ashes, and the AFL, he’s brought us countless iconic moments we’ll never forget. Journalism, news reporting and radio and TV hosting are some more items on his long list of skills, and when asked about three words to sum up this man, his friends and coworkers told me; ”Family, Hawthorn and Food...”I’m super excited to chat to him today - Stephen Quartermain you star!To submit a question or comment; #GoodChat@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Welcome to Trade Centre Live brought to by Sportsmate and Footy Live. We're talking all things trades, bringing you all the breaking news as well as REAL opinions, from REAL fans!Today we're talking to Luke Macquire about the Gold Coast Suns. He’s not a Gold Coast fan per se - don’t think they actually exist - but he’s as knowledgeable as anyone on the topics of footy lists, trades and news. Use #TradeCentreLive to get involved on Twitter (https://twitter.com/AFLFootyLive) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AFLLive)Follow all the Trade Period news in Footy Live. DOWNLOAD: m.onelink.me/8190c56c
Jimmy Szabo sits down with special sporting stars each week, discussing their story, interests, on-field feats, and everything you, the fans, want to know!Today’s guest is an absolute legend of our great game. As one of the toughest and most determined players the footy world has ever seen, this man notched up 240 games for the Hawthorn Football Club, collecting 5 day-premierships, 4 night premierships, a BROWNLOW MEDAL and an induction into the Australian Football Hall of Fame. He’s also been named in the VFL/AFL Italian Team of the Century, and with a media career longer than his famous moustache, he’s graced our screens for many years since he hung up the boots and has become an icon all around the nation. It was a  great pleasure to welcome Robert DiPierdomenico to the GOOD CHAT podcast!"To play in a Grand Final ... it's what you play for ... get injured, suspended ... all that bullsh*t you go through ... to get to that one game in your life" Dipper's influence on the Italian-Australian community Growing up with immigrant parents The day his dad 'sold him' to Hawthorn Front cover of The Age before he'd played a gameReplacing Leigh Matthews Grand Final memories The infamous Alan Jeans fight over selection Playing with broken ribs and a punctured lung Favourite footy moments Almost losing an ear Getting on the quaddie during a gameThe boundary riding secrets The Media Career The life of Dipper in 2021 10 QUICK QUESTIONS PLUS MUCH MORE!To submit a question or comment; #GoodChat@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Jimmy Szabo sits down with special sporting stars each week, discussing their story, interests, on-field feats, and everything you, the fans, want to know!Today’s guest is a cult figure of the Collingwood football club, a man who left everything out on the field in every one of his 246 games. He was tough, unrelenting and courageous, which earned him a placing in the Copeland trophy-count three times, and three ‘Wrecker Awards’ - given to player with the most tackles and one-percenters. He was a Premiership hero in 1990, and his impressive footy brain landed him coaching roles at North Melbourne, Hawthorn, North Ballarat and Carlton. All while this footy legend appeared to have it all, he was battling addiction and mental health issues that eventually resulted in him hitting rock bottom. He’s since recovered, opened up his own rehab clinic and is continuing to inspire others to turn their lives around and beat life-threatening issues. It was a  great pleasure to welcome Gavin Crosisca to the GOOD CHAT podcast;"It was very easy. I'd just go to the toilet quickly and have a line ... you wound't even know. It took me 10 seconds."Living sober for 3,786 days and counting! Growing up with an alcoholic father How the feeling of footy saved himFirst time drinking and using drugs The influence of Leigh Matthews The drought-breaking premiership of 1990Career highlightsThe 'embarrassing' truth of addiction throughout his career Getting 'highjacked' and taken to rehabOpening up his own centre to help others Advice for others and how he shares his story today To submit a question or comment; #GoodChat@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Jimmy Szabo sits down with special sporting stars each week, discussing their story, interests, on-field feats, and everything you, the fans, want to know!Today’s guest is one of the most brilliant leaders the great game of Australian rules football has ever seen. This man played over 350 games for Fitzroy and Sydney, before ending a 72-year premiership drought for the Swans as coach, and almost single-handedly helping the Demons rise up from years of hell. He went on to become one of the most insightful and professional media presenters in the AFL world … and currently inspires and motivates groups of people through his educational talks around leadership, culture, and mental well-being. His list of achievements is longer than the mullet he sported in his playing days - with seven all Australians, inductions into the Lions, Swans and Australian Football Hall of Fame, Fitzroy’s Centre half back in the team of the century, five best and fairests and goal kicking awards  - to name just some of his achievements - along with that all-important 2005 premiership cup. For the people who have waited (probably less than 72 years) for us to interview Paul Roos … HERE IT IS!  It was a  great pleasure to welcome Paul Roos to the GOOD CHAT podcast;The 'Here it is' story The life of Paul Roos today feat. Performance by Design The Journey from Donvale to Fitzroy What the mighty Lions were really like The downfall of Fitzroy Why he nearly went to the Pies Ringing up for his paycheck and the fake Best and Fairest award The 96' Grand Final with Sydney Coaching vs. Playing - What's a better feeling? Reliving Leo Barry's mark The difference between modern coaching and the old daysThe famous slideshow that won him the job Andrew Demetriou's 'weird comments How he fixed Melbourne Mindfulness and meditation 10 QUICK QUESTIONSTo submit a question or comment; #GoodChat@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Jimmy Szabo sits down with special sporting stars each week, discussing their story, interests, on-field feats, and everything you, the fans, want to know!This week's guest is a legend of our great game. His commitment, hard work and on-field brilliance at Richmond led him to become a life-member and honourable hero of the famous club. Through his 243 games for the yellow and black, he kicked 182 goals and picked up two best and fairest awards with his blistering pace, elite skill-set, and magnificent marking. His leadership qualities saw him become vice-captain, before being an influential leader at GWS over another three seasons. The No.1 draft pick lived up to the hype on the field, and is continuing to do great things off it, through coaching, mentoring and being a great person for his young family.   It was a  great pleasure to welcome Brett Deledio to the GOOD CHAT podcast;Idols Growing up in KyabramPlaying junior footy with Troy Chaplin and Jed AdcockPlaying cricket vs. India and David Warner Getting drafted ... although not with Roughy Clinton Casey's $25 million houseReading papers and hateBig Footy ForumsCoffee runs for Wayne CampbellKane Johnson's words of wisdom The truth about Mark Coughlan ... and his rigJack Dyer Medals in 08 & 09The famous Richmond, Collingwood brawl Why 2016 broke him Nearly going to the PiesWhy he chose GWSSpending GF day at the zoo Playing through injury Being a Player Agent 10 Quick Questions To submit a question or comment; #GoodChat@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Jimmy Szabo sits down with special sporting stars each week, discussing their story, interests, on-field feats, and everything you, the fans, want to know!Today’s guest is a tough, fierce competitor, who never did things by halves during his 157-game journey at the highest level. Through an impressive career with Melbourne and Carlton, he built an on-field reputation as a courageous midfielder whose attack on the footy and decision-making ability was as elite as they come. This man battled countless injuries, as well as extremely difficult mental-health issues over 11 years in the game, to come out the other side as inspiration to many. Post-footy, he’s continued to share learnings and important messages with others who are struggling, while building a career in the finance industry and living life as a proud family man and father. It was a great pleasure to welcome Brock McLean to the Good Chat podcast;Life in lockdown Work as a mental-health ambassador Growing up in a footy family Being drafted to Melbourne Finals footy Carlton Culture Dealing with depression, anxiety, bipolar and eating disorders Hitting rock-bottom How he turned his life around Advice for others 10 quick questions To submit a question or comment; #GoodChat@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
THIS INTERVIEW IS FROM THE FULL EPISODE OF THE JIM SESSION - ROUND 12 WITH SHAUN GRIGG PODCAST:"Being the best version of yourself when s**t doesn't go your way ... that's really hard.""How do you treat people when you're getting a kick in the ass?" Today’s guest is one of the biggest characters of our great game of Aussie Rules football. With a warm personality, an ability to relate to others, and a confident persona, this man has added a profile and theatre to the art umpiring never before seen. His commitment to officiating has seen him notch up over 350 AFL games, 29 finals, and three grand finals since his debut back in 2004. Off the field, he’s a motivational speaker, mortgage broker, business owner, and a great bloke!It was an absolute pleasure to welcome the one and only Mr. Ray ‘Razor’ Chamberlain to The Jim Session this week. Ray and Jimmy spoke about; The feeling of getting booed every weekThe schedule of an AFL umpire What 'a win' looks like for the umpsHow he 'accidentally' fell into umpiring The greatest cover-up story The AFL debutThe AFL grand finals The Anxiety of games Which player gave the most lip What motivates him every day PLUS 10 QUICK QUESTIONS AND HEAPS MORE!To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Footy Live Editor Jimmy Szabo wraps up the round that was, while bringing you strong opinions on the hottest topics in the AFL world.Today’s guest is one of the biggest characters of our great game of Aussie Rules football. With a warm personality, an ability to relate to others, and a confident persona, this man has added a profile and theatre to the art umpiring never before seen. His commitment to officiating has seen him notch up over 350 AFL games, 29 finals, and three grand finals since his debut back in 2004. Off the field, he’s a motivational speaker, mortgage broker, business owner, and a great bloke!It was an absolute pleasure to welcome the one and only Mr. Ray ‘Razor’ Chamberlain to The Jim Session this week. Ray and Jimmy spoke about; The feeling of getting booed every weekThe schedule of an AFL umpire What 'a win' looks like for the umpsHow he 'accidentally' fell into umpiring The greatest cover-up story The AFL debutThe AFL grand finals The Anxiety of games Which player gave the most lip What motivates him every day PLUS 10 QUICK QUESTIONS AND HEAPS MORE!The Monday review panel on a Wednesday also returns with Nick and Gordon!NICK'S PICKS;HERO: Caleb Serong - Goal of the yearHIGHLIGHT: Clarkson's Tassie send offLOWLIGHT: Carlton's attempt at an effort for M.Murphy's farewellGORDO'S PICKS; Hero: Astbury/Taranto Highlight: Freo keeps the dream aliveLowlight: Top 4 stumblesOn this week's show:Razor Ray Interview (01.50)Monday Review Panel (On a Wednesday) (57:20)Tweets and Emails (1:21:00)To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
This week's guest is one of the most talented, driven, and best-looking defenders the footy world has ever seen. Through hard work, resilience, and a golden left fist, this man went from being overlooked in the draft to a three-time premiership player, two-time Best and Fairest winner and an All Australian respected by the entire footy community. Post his 225-game career at the Roos and Hawks, he’s continued to grace our screens through media work, reality TV appearances and entrepreneurial pursuits.With his love of being around people, motivating and helping others achieve their goals, he has continued to make an impact on the community well after hanging up the boots.JOSH GIBSON sat down with Jimmy to have an insightful and entertaining conversation; The only reason he's not a professional squash player Answering the home phone to Brian Lara How he got from 95kgs in year 12 to a Kangaroo contractToilet troubles in his first gameJonathan Brown's threat after his first goal The brain bleed that nearly ended his career Why Clarko told him to "fit in, or F*** off" Fear as a motivating factor Why the Hawks were so successful Thoughts on the succession planHis favorite game10 Quick Questions + MUCH MORE!To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Footy Live Editor Jimmy Szabo wraps up the round that was, while bringing you strong opinions on the hottest topics in the AFL world.The Monday Review Panel (on a Wednesday) breaks down Round 21;Peter Wright GWS skinning of the Cats MRO decisions Josh Kelly's mega-deal Hawthorn's list Are Brisbane back? The Blues' blues Who makes the eight Plus tweets and emails. To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
THIS INTERVIEW IS FROM THE FULL EPISODE OF THE JIM SESSION - ROUND 12 WITH SHAUN GRIGG PODCAST:"I'm not bringing my microwave over for dinner, mate"Today’s guest is one of the most selfless, consistent and smart footballers the Richmond football club has ever seen. This man played 214 games for Carlton and the Tigers, kicking 96 goals and finishing his career as a premiership ruckman. He was president of the social committee, the common-sense officer and a cult hero, but most importantly a generous leader who always put the team first.  It was a great pleasure to chat to Shaun Grigg;Growing up in Linton The country footy vibesGetting drafted to Carlton The weird way of getting your first game!Being traded to RichmondThe culture shift The 2017 flag The Dusty friendship - "I'm not bringing my microwave over for dinner, mate"Retirement Giving Pickett a chance Coach at GeelongThe future for Grigga10 QUICK QUESTIONSPLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE! To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Footy Live Editor Jimmy Szabo wraps up the round that was, while bringing you strong opinions on the hottest topics in the AFL world.Today’s guest is one of the most selfless, consistent and smart footballers the Richmond football club has ever seen. This man played 214 games for Carlton and the Tigers, kicking 96 goals and finishing his career as a premiership ruckman. He was president of the social committee, the common-sense officer and a cult hero, but most importantly a generous leader who always put the team first.  It was a great pleasure to chat to Shaun Grigg;Growing up in Linton The country footy vibesGetting drafted to Carlton The weird way of getting your first game!Being traded to RichmondThe culture shift The 2017 flag The Dusty friendship - "I'm not bringing my microwave over for dinner, mate"Retirment Giving Pickett a chance Coach at GeelongThe future for Grigga10 QUICK QUESTIONSPLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE! On this week's show:Pun-derful round recap (01:35)Shaun Grigg Interview (05:30Monday Review Panel (On a Tuesday) (27:40)To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
THIS INTERVIEW IS FROM THE FULL EPISODE OF THE JIM SESSION - ROUND 19 WITH JASON AKERMANIS PODCAST:"Leigh (Matthews) was ropeable ... 'at the end of this game you trade him. I never want him in this club again'' ... then I went out and kicked five goals, two. So that literally saved my job there."This week's  guest is one of the most entertaining, skilful and clutch footballers the AFL world has ever seen. With four All Australian selections, three premierships, two best and fairest awards and a Brownlow Medal, to name just some of his incredible achievements, this Hall of Famer’s list of highlights is brighter than the bleached blonde hair he sported for the majority of his 325-game career. This man left us in awe on the field, while equally engaged off it, with media stints that provided never-before seen honesty and insights. After selling tickets, newspapers and a few extra few beers while fans stayed to watch his post-game handstands, he’s now selling houses up north to support his wonderful family.  It was a great pleasure to chat to Jason Akermanis;Moving from Mildura to Queensland as an eight-year-old footy fanaticFinding out his dad was not his dadLosing his mother in his first year of footy Dr. Phil Jauncey and Leigh Matthews' impact How Brisbane turned a wooden spoon into a three-peatThe Brownlow yearThe premierships How the AFL and Andrew Demetriou cost the Lions a fourth-consecutive flag The falling out with Lethal Why he wasn't an 'All Australian' selection in 2009The sacking from the Western BulldogsWhy he's never returned to the AFLLife post-footyGolf chat Zen BuddhismPLUS MUCH,  MUCH MORE10 Quick Questions with Aker.To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Footy Live Editor Jimmy Szabo wraps up the round that was, while bringing you strong opinions on the hottest topics in the AFL world.This week's  guest is one of the most entertaining, skilful and clutch footballers the AFL world has ever seen. With four All Australian selections, three premierships, two best and fairest awards and a Brownlow Medal, to name just some of his incredible achievements, this Hall of Famer’s list of highlights is brighter than the bleached blonde hair he sported for the majority of his 325-game career. This man left us in awe on the field, while equally engaged off it, with media stints that provided never-before seen honesty and insights. After selling tickets, newspapers and a few extra few beers while fans stayed to watch his post-game handstands, he’s now selling houses up north to support his wonderful family.   It was a great pleasure to chat to Jason Akermanis;Moving from Mildura to Queensland as an eight-year-old footy fanaticFinding out his dad was not his dadLosing his mother in his first year of footy Dr. Phil Jauncey and Leigh Matthews' impact How Brisbane turned a wooden spoon into a three-peatThe Brownlow yearThe premierships How the AFL and Andrew Demetriou cost the Lions a fourth-consecutive flag The falling out with Lethal Why he wasn't an 'All Australian' selection in 2009The sacking from the Western BulldogsWhy he's never returned to the AFLLife post-footyGolf chat Zen BuddhismPLUS MUCH,  MUCH MORE10 Quick Questions with Aker. The Monday review panel on a Wednesday is back with Nick and Gordon! On this week's show:The Monday Review Panel on a Tuesday (0:55)Jason Akermanis Interview (31:20)To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
THIS INTERVIEW IS FROM THE FULL EPISODE OF THE JIM SESSION - ROUND 18 WITH MITCH MORTON PODCAST:"By the time of the game, I'd actually gone 24 hours without eating. I couldn't keep Powerade down ..."Sydney Swans premiership hero Mitch Morton stops by to chat about:Growing up next door to Nat Fyfe Being drafted to the Eagles at 17His first anxiety experience at age sevenVomiting before each game for 19 years The 'old' Richmond culture The secret behind good footy in 08/09Grand Final week Life post footy Studying his way to a cure Starting a new business to help othersPLUS 10 QUICK QUESTIONSTo submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.comFor more information about Mitch Morton and Mr Anxiety:@mranxiety_aushttps://www.mranxiety.com.au/ 
Footy Live Editor Jimmy Szabo wraps up the round that was, while bringing you strong opinions on the hottest topics in the AFL world."By the time of the game, I'd actually gone 24 hours without eating. I couldn't keep Powerade down ..."Sydney Swans premiership hero Mitch Morton stops by to chat about:Growing up next door to Nat Fyfe Being drafted to the Eagles at 17His first anxiety experience at age sevenVomiting before each game for 19 years The 'old' Richmond culture The secret behind good footy in 08/09Grand Final week Life post footy Studying his way to a cure Starting a new business to help othersPLUS 10 QUICK QUESTIONS The Monday review panel on a Tuesday is back with Nick and Gordon, while the team answers all your tweets and emails.On this week's show:The Monday Review Panel on a Tuesday (01:20)Mitch Morton Interview (46:55)To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.comFor more information about Mitch Morton and Mr Anxiety: @mranxiety_aushttps://www.mranxiety.com.au/ 
THIS INTERVIEW IS FROM THE FULL EPISODE OF THE JIM SESSION - ROUND 16 WITH DENNIS ARMFIELD PODCAST:"A few hurt ... I cost us with holding the ball and that one hurts a little bit. You hold onto that for a long, long time ..."Carlton cult hero Dennis Armfield stop by to talk about;  Life post footyHis incredible off-field work Growing up as a rugby union fan Starting footy at 17 Why he thought he was drafted to Geelong The Carlton culture Finals painCareer highlightsHis most influential coach Goals for the future The current crop at Carlton Plus 10 quick questions!The Monday review panel on a Tuesday is back with Nick and Gordon, while the team answers all your tweets and emails.To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Footy Live Editor Jimmy Szabo wraps up the round that was, while bringing you strong opinions on the hottest topics in the AFL world."A few hurt ... I cost us with holding the ball and that one hurts a little bit. You hold onto that for a long, long time ..."Carlton cult hero Dennis Armfield stop by to talk about;  Life post footyHis incredible off-field work Growing up as a rugby union fan Starting footy at 17 Why he thought he was drafted to Geelong The Carlton culture Finals painCareer highlightsHis most influential coach Goals for the future The current crop at Carlton Plus 10 quick questions!The Monday review panel on a Tuesday is back with Nick and Gordon, while the team answers all your tweets and emails.On this week's show:Punderful Round Recap (01:15)Dennis Armfield Interview (05:15)Monday Review Panel (On a Tuesday) (34:40)To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
Western Bulldogs premiership star and mental health advocate Tom Boyd stops by The Jim Session to chat about;His AFL careerLife after footyThe real decision behind his retirement The danger of the 'homesickness' tag The psychologist that changed it allFeeling about the 2016 flag What's next Tips, advice and lessons around mental health Plus 10 quick questions! The Monday review panel on a Tuesday is back with Nick and Gordon, while the team answers all your tweets and emails.On this week's show:Punderful Round Recap (01:22)Tom Boyd Interview (05:10)Monday Review Panel (On a Tuesday) (32:15)To submit a question or comment; #TheJimSession@SzaboJamesjames.szabo@sportsmatemobile.com
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