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Title: Football Podcasts
Post by: Gash? on Saturday 20 February 2010, 11:41:28 pm
I've personally listened to The Guardian one and didn't really get into it also (hear me out before you dismiss it) The Alan Davies: Up for grabs Arsenal podcast read the reviews over on iTunes and fans from all clubs love it, he basically just takes the p*ss out of Arsenal. Regular viewing and friends of mine who support various teams love it.

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=160938123470

Any of you listen to any football podcasts?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Saturday 20 February 2010, 11:46:08 pm
The Football Ramble is class. 4 blokes basically just chat like a group of blokes at a pub, except they're pretty knowledgable. Not afraid to speak their mind either and say things as it is, it's a good humourous listen.

On a totally different note, if anybody's interested in wider range of football then '5 Live's World Football Phone in' is superb. It's on at some ungodly hour so I've never listened to the live thing but the podcast is a cut down version of it. They actually have some journos on there that are knowledgable and aren't utter c***s, South American specialist Tim Vickery in particular really knows his stuff.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Gash? on Saturday 20 February 2010, 11:49:51 pm
The Football Ramble is class. 4 blokes basically just chat like a group of blokes at a pub, except they're pretty knowledgable. Not afraid to speak their mind either and say things as it is, it's a good humourous listen.

On a totally different note, if anybody's interested in wider range of football then '5 Live's World Football Phone in' is superb. It's on at some ungodly hour so I've never listened to the live thing but the podcast is a cut down version of it. They actually have some journos on there that are knowledgable and aren't utter c***s, South American specialist Tim Vickery in particular really knows his stuff.
Sounds like the Arsenal one, going to give that a listen.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: PM on Sunday 21 February 2010, 11:04:42 am
The Football League podcast with Clem is awful, although occasionally there's a decent guest on.  I listen to the BBC Newcastle podcast, Lowes and Anderson are a right pair of numpties but it's nice to hear the game back.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ObiChrisKenobi on Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:55:51 pm
Guardian Podcast is still probably the best one around, but the FourFourTwo one is catching up for me. Recently started to buy World Soccer Magazine too, which seems to balance out the increasingly poor 'laddish' approach that FourFourTwo has been heading towards for years.

NFL Rant & Raves is the only NFL Podcast I'll listen to.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: David Icke - Son of God on Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:57:37 pm
The Football Ramble is the only one I can be arsed to listen to. Very funny.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:57:43 pm
Never listened to the 442 one. Shall give it a blast next week.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jdckelly on Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:59:19 pm
like the guardian and times one football ramble world football phone in and for self hatred the sunday supplement podcast
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:59:27 pm
The Guardian one bores me to death.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ObiChrisKenobi on Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:59:29 pm
Its alreet like, has a Geordie on it.  :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Jill on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:00:06 pm
NFL Rant & Raves is the only NFL Podcast I'll listen to.

:lol: Is that the one they were on about on Soccer Saturday today?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ObiChrisKenobi on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:02:49 pm
NFL Rant & Raves is the only NFL Podcast I'll listen to.

:lol: Is that the one they were on about on Soccer Saturday today?

Aye! They've been on SSN a few times, usually help out with the London NFL game and the Superbowl over here. Its a good podcast too though, they go through all the latest news in the NFL, have a good relationship with each other so its easy to listen to.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:03:50 pm
The Independent's South American Football Show has been a decent little series too. Hand of Pod is ok on the same subject but a bit more rough round the edges.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Pilko on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:03:56 pm
Fighting Talk is good.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ObiChrisKenobi on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:08:24 pm
Fighting Talk a boxing one? I tried to listen to the MMA one (Sherdog) but it just goes on FOREVER.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Pilko on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:10:47 pm
Fighting Talk's a sport in general one but there's a canny bit of football on it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ObiChrisKenobi on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:15:10 pm
Ah right, might try that one; could come in handy for the Pub Quiz. Need to brush on Golf, Horse Racing & Tennis for the sport round!
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:31:34 pm
Alan Davies' Arsenal Podcast is great.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:32:14 pm
Alan Davies' Arsenal Podcast is great.

Yup.

Even if you don't support Arsenal or anything, it's still funny.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Sunday 19 December 2010, 02:48:54 am
Football Ramble and World Football. Occasionally The Guardian.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Sunday 19 December 2010, 04:55:12 am
Love The Guardian, wish it was longer, but prodcasts are not very high a priority for me, so I probably would never finish an episode if they were.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jukeboxromeo on Sunday 19 December 2010, 02:40:10 pm
Football Ramble, Football Weekly (The Guardian's podcast), and 5 live's World Football Phone-In. I used to listen to The Game's podcast but they spend about 35 mins of the 40 banging on about the top 4. Ridiculous bias. Oh, and they usually have an annoying Scouser on it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: neesy111 on Sunday 19 December 2010, 03:03:50 pm
I was at an awards evening the other day regarding football blogging and podcasting.  The Football Ramble is an excellent one.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Sunday 19 December 2010, 03:11:55 pm
The 3 I listen to on a weekly basis are the Football Ramble, World Football Phone In and Up For Grabs Now.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Thursday 16 June 2011, 01:22:34 am
This has recently started, just about to give it a listen:

http://www.europeanfootballshow.eu/

The European Football Show is a new podcast launching in June that takes you on a journey across the continent to discuss the stories that matter.

Presenter Dave Farrar will be joined by European football writer Ben Lyttleton and a host of guests, including Gabriele Marcotti, Jonathan Wilson and Iain Dowie, to go behind the European headlines, while there will also be regular tactical analysis from Zonal Marking's Michael Cox.

Coming up in the next show:

Spain and its problem of competitive balance.
How Sampdoria went from Champions League to relegation.
A former Premier League coach explains West Ham's demise.
The story behind Germany's new generation of coaches.
French football prepares for a new dominant force.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: LooneyToonArmy on Thursday 16 June 2011, 04:25:17 am
Anyone else listen to the World Football Phone in with  Tim Vickery?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wf
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Thursday 16 June 2011, 09:26:17 am
The only one I listen to is The Game from the Times, Marcotti is awesome. Used to listen to the Guardian one as well, but it annoyed me too much during the relegation season.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ObiChrisKenobi on Thursday 16 June 2011, 09:29:56 am
This has recently started, just about to give it a listen:

http://www.europeanfootballshow.eu/

The European Football Show is a new podcast launching in June that takes you on a journey across the continent to discuss the stories that matter.

Presenter Dave Farrar will be joined by European football writer Ben Lyttleton and a host of guests, including Gabriele Marcotti, Jonathan Wilson and Iain Dowie, to go behind the European headlines, while there will also be regular tactical analysis from Zonal Marking's Michael Cox.

Coming up in the next show:

Spain and its problem of competitive balance.
How Sampdoria went from Champions League to relegation.
A former Premier League coach explains West Ham's demise.
The story behind Germany's new generation of coaches.
French football prepares for a new dominant force.

 :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Thursday 16 June 2011, 08:36:45 pm
Anyone else listen to the World Football Phone in with  Tim Vickery?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wf

The 3 I listen to on a weekly basis are the Football Ramble, World Football Phone In and Up For Grabs Now.

 :snod:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Thursday 16 June 2011, 08:58:44 pm
Recently got into the world football phone in, top stuff.

Enjoyed that European Football show as well today, good recommendation.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Friday 17 June 2011, 10:48:56 am
Will have to give that European Footy one a listen.

Love the Tuesday Club Alan Davies Arsenal one too. He's gone right up in my estimation from listening to that. I love how blind his support is.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 29 June 2011, 02:56:23 pm
Will have to give that European Footy one a listen.

Love the Tuesday Club Alan Davies Arsenal one too. He's gone right up in my estimation from listening to that. I love how blind his support is.

Told you that was brilliant. It's hilarious even if you don't support Arsenal.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Colocho on Wednesday 29 June 2011, 03:19:23 pm
Podcast - http://bit.ly/jUmTrg
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Fugazi on Tuesday 2 August 2011, 07:53:50 pm
The Ramble returns tomorrow. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Si on Tuesday 2 August 2011, 07:55:04 pm
The Ramble returns tomorrow. :thup:

Hurrah.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Tuesday 2 August 2011, 07:56:55 pm
Good stuff.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Tuesday 2 August 2011, 09:12:03 pm
GTFI
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Tuesday 2 August 2011, 09:15:01 pm
Recorded yesterday, pre or post Bartongate I wonder.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jdckelly on Tuesday 2 August 2011, 09:48:55 pm
in the evening i think so post bartongate i
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Wednesday 24 August 2011, 08:41:20 am
Guardian Football Weekly seem to have got over the don't mention Newcastle gag.

Glendenning was very confident they were going to turn us over at the weekend.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Thursday 22 September 2011, 11:33:42 pm
This week's Football Ramble was fantastic.

"Did you plant a flag in my daughter's centre circle?" :D
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: FrenchWilliam on Friday 23 September 2011, 10:41:07 am
Anyone tried the True Faith one? Listened to the last two and throught it was alright, nowt special. Just two blokes talking about Newcastle basically.

Quite like The Game, but Marcotti gets on my tits a bit.

Football Weekly is by far and away the best though.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: oldtype on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 09:56:59 am
Listening to the latest "the game." Marcotti is a f***ing legend :lol:

Was so off putting initially listening to an American accent on a football podcast.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 11:20:57 am
Listening to the latest "the game." Marcotti is a f***ing legend :lol:

Was so off putting initially listening to an American accent on a football podcast.

It's my favourite podcast by far, love Marcotti as a presenter. That Alison Rudd had some irritating things to say about the SJP renaming. Basically saying we should be grateful the stadium is being renamed instead of demolished or moved.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Geordie Boot Boy on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 12:23:35 pm
Listening to the latest "the game." Marcotti is a f***ing legend :lol:

Was so off putting initially listening to an American accent on a football podcast.

It's my favourite podcast by far, love Marcotti as a presenter. That Alison Rudd had some irritating things to say about the SJP renaming. Basically saying we should be grateful the stadium is being renamed instead of demolished or moved.

She always talks s****. And she has this irritating habit of talking over people (which is made more annoying by the fact that she's generally making a bullshit point anyway). Can't stand her.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 08:07:40 pm
Listening to the latest "the game." Marcotti is a f***ing legend :lol:

Was so off putting initially listening to an American accent on a football podcast.

It's my favourite podcast by far, love Marcotti as a presenter. That Alison Rudd had some irritating things to say about the SJP renaming. Basically saying we should be grateful the stadium is being renamed instead of demolished or moved.

She always talks s****. And she has this irritating habit of talking over people (which is made more annoying by the fact that she's generally making a bullshit point anyway). Can't stand her.

I agree, she talks s***. Marcotti's one of the only media people I've heard actually point out that the club's getting f*** all from it, although they obviously did go on to discuss ridiculous hypotheticals of the idea anyway.

I was hoping Tony Evans would be on to discuss SJP, he's very against football clubs focusing on foreign markets instead of fans on their own doorstep, I think he'd have had something interesting to say, especially given that he broke the story in the first place.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 09:43:31 pm
Cannit be arsed with The Game meself like. I quite like Marcotti but I hate him as host. Mind-numbingly Liverpool-centric too.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: GuyP on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 09:46:43 pm
Alison Rudd has always annoyed me, the most liverpool-centric "journo" on there, and when the debate was mentioned, i was cringing waiting for her to speak incase she came out with agood  point and i was wrong about her...i need not have worried, same old shower of s*** from her like.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:12:49 pm
I've stopped listening to any others than Football Ramble and then World Football Phone In when I get the chance. The Guardian one started to grate on me quite a bit.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:17:55 pm
I've stopped listening to any others than Football Ramble and then World Football Phone In when I get the chance. The Guardian one started to grate on me quite a bit.

Aye, I used to listen to the Guardian and The Game but can't be arsed anymore.

I listen to Ramble, WFPI and Tuesday Club Arsenal podcast. Wish NUFC had a podcast as good as that.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jukeboxromeo on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:21:33 pm
Ramble has gone down massively these days, just too cliquey now.

I suppose it's expected when it's four fans rather than pundits, but they spend half the time on in-jokes.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:22:08 pm
Has anybody listened to the True Faith podcast? No fan of the Fanzine but I think the two that do the podcast are pretty sound. Only listened to the last couple and it's alreet.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Robster on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:31:09 pm
I've stopped listening to any others than Football Ramble and then World Football Phone In when I get the chance. The Guardian one started to grate on me quite a bit.
I enjoy the Guardian one. Barry Glendenning is a bit of a smug t*** though; as well as a mackem.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:32:52 pm
I actually find Glendenning quite funny.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:33:23 pm
Has anybody listened to the True Faith podcast? No fan of the Fanzine but I think the two that do the podcast are pretty sound. Only listened to the last couple and it's alreet.

Somebody mentioned it earlier in the thread. Sounds good enough to start listening to. I've got about five going right now, not sure I have enough time for another podcast.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:35:24 pm
Ramble has gone down massively these days, just too cliquey now.

I suppose it's expected when it's four fans rather than pundits, but they spend half the time on in-jokes.

Aye I can see what you mean. I'd imagine it's a strange one to get into if you're a first time listener anarl. Still, I much prefer it to all the others with smug journalists on.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 10:38:35 pm
Has anybody listened to the True Faith podcast? No fan of the Fanzine but I think the two that do the podcast are pretty sound. Only listened to the last couple and it's alreet.

Somebody mentioned it earlier in the thread. Sounds good enough to start listening to. I've got about five going right now, not sure I have enough time for another podcast.

I have plenty of time to fill with them.  :lol: Always look daft as f*** laughing out loud in public mind, Tuesday Club especially can have me pissing myself at times. Nowt as bad as the Ricky Gervais podcasts mind, genuinely couldn't listen to them in public.  :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tiresias on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 11:04:38 pm
I actually find Glendenning quite funny.

Yeah I do too.

It's a rubbish podcast for Newcastle, even when trying to, but I think their european coverage is pretty great, though they won't stop going on about wolves frequently, which is odd. Their ripping into John Terry has been funny.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 11:14:43 pm
Has anybody listened to the True Faith podcast? No fan of the Fanzine but I think the two that do the podcast are pretty sound. Only listened to the last couple and it's alreet.

I listened to a couple last season and haven't bothered with it since. Was OK content wise but their banter wasn't for me. TFR, FW, TC, HoP & BBC Booted/MNC are my podcasts of choice.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 11:39:48 pm
HoP? Two Footed Tackle is good but the sound quality is s***, too muted.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 11:43:29 pm
Hand of Pod I'd assume? Argie football one. Never tried it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: schmuck on Wednesday 16 November 2011, 11:44:57 pm
Would heartily recommend the Red White & Blue podcast, it's like a less manic Football Ramble, really good. Just started listening to that and True Faith to go alongside TFR and World Football Phone In. Hours... wasted.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Thursday 17 November 2011, 12:08:05 am
Has anybody listened to the True Faith podcast? No fan of the Fanzine but I think the two that do the podcast are pretty sound. Only listened to the last couple and it's alreet.

Somebody mentioned it earlier in the thread. Sounds good enough to start listening to. I've got about five going right now, not sure I have enough time for another podcast.

I have plenty of time to fill with them.  :lol: Always look daft as f*** laughing out loud in public mind, Tuesday Club especially can have me pissing myself at times. Nowt as bad as the Ricky Gervais podcasts mind, genuinely couldn't listen to them in public.  :lol:

Unfortunately, I know that exact feeling. :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: The Bonk on Thursday 17 November 2011, 12:40:34 am
Listening to the latest "the game." Marcotti is a f***ing legend :lol:

Was so off putting initially listening to an American accent on a football podcast.

It's my favourite podcast by far, love Marcotti as a presenter. That Alison Rudd had some irritating things to say about the SJP renaming. Basically saying we should be grateful the stadium is being renamed instead of demolished or moved.

Honestly, she gets her back up over every single topic.  f***ing relax already, we don't give a f*** what you have to say.  She'd be better if she could take the intensity down a notch.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: GuyP on Thursday 17 November 2011, 12:51:38 am
Ramble has gone down massively these days, just too cliquey now.

I suppose it's expected when it's four fans rather than pundits, but they spend half the time on in-jokes.

i think its almost the opposite, i reckon theyve become to serious...they used to make alot of jokes but its like something went off on them and suddenly its like "right, we need to be more serious and analytical"...i used to love the 10 minute sections talking about Torres being dreamy etc.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Thursday 17 November 2011, 01:53:40 am
I've stopped listening to any others than Football Ramble and then World Football Phone In when I get the chance. The Guardian one started to grate on me quite a bit.

Aye, I used to listen to the Guardian and The Game but can't be arsed anymore.

I listen to Ramble, WFPI and Tuesday Club Arsenal podcast. Wish NUFC had a podcast as good as that.

Would love this to happen :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Thursday 17 November 2011, 02:20:05 am
Let's do it...:pokerface:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: LooneyToonArmy on Thursday 17 November 2011, 02:29:24 am
anyone else find Dotun on World Football Phone In annoying as f***?


Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jukeboxromeo on Thursday 17 November 2011, 02:43:23 am
anyone else find Dotun on World Football Phone In annoying as f***?


I personally think he's a good presenter, but can see why people don't like him. At least he's stopped singing now!

The thing is, the WFPI is only part of the 5-hour Up All Night programme (all of which he hosts by himself) so he has to be a versatile presenter. He does a good job imo. Though, if you Google him, I seem to be in the minority.  :hmm:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jukeboxromeo on Thursday 17 November 2011, 02:48:46 am
Ramble has gone down massively these days, just too cliquey now.

I suppose it's expected when it's four fans rather than pundits, but they spend half the time on in-jokes.

i think its almost the opposite, i reckon theyve become to serious...they used to make alot of jokes but its like something went off on them and suddenly its like "right, we need to be more serious and analytical"...i used to love the 10 minute sections talking about Torres being dreamy etc.

In fairness, they do cover the occasional bizarre stories which you don't hear on other podcasts, the Going for Glold part is usually quite fun, and I like the Hall of Fame segment, even though it's copied from Wikipedia every time.

However, if I hear "Paolo Maldini" or "X years before/after the summer of love" again... :(
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: LooneyToonArmy on Thursday 17 November 2011, 03:45:08 am
anyone else find Dotun on World Football Phone In annoying as f***?


I personally think he's a good presenter, but can see why people don't like him. At least he's stopped singing now!

The thing is, the WFPI is only part of the 5-hour Up All Night programme (all of which he hosts by himself) so he has to be a versatile presenter. He does a good job imo. Though, if you Google him, I seem to be in the minority.  :hmm:

Fair enough.....he has his moments I suppose, perhaps less annoying than when I first started listening.

btw, just noticed the BBC site put up 3 WFPI podcasts back to back (I just assumed they were taking a break recently)...
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Thursday 17 November 2011, 08:12:16 am
Hand of Pod I'd assume? Argie football one. Never tried it.

:thup: I'd only recommend if you had a decent interest, I've learned loads from it like. The Copa America previews were superb though.

WFPI is let down by its callers (as has been mentioned before repeatedly) more than it's host especially when it has Brassell and Vickery who are so knowledgeable and get their point across so well it's ridiculous.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Saturday 19 November 2011, 01:06:44 am
Download podcasts on iPod. Plug iPod into computer to charge over night. Take iPod in a hurry in the morning, podcasts have been deleted (moved) from iPod. Why the f does it do this?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Heneage on Saturday 19 November 2011, 01:20:33 am
Hand of Pod I'd assume? Argie football one. Never tried it.

:thup: I'd only recommend if you had a decent interest, I've learned loads from it like. The Copa America previews were superb though.

WFPI is let down by its callers (as has been mentioned before repeatedly) more than it's host especially when it has Brassell and Vickery who are so knowledgeable and get their point across so well it's ridiculous.
The premise of WFPI is great, as you rightly say though it's let down by a poor range of questions and the host. I appreciate Dotun isn't a sports presenter, but the episode I was listening to last night he wasted a good 5 minutes going on about his boss and singing.

I know it's the graveyard shift but for me something with Mark Chapman would be much better, I love him on booted. He acts like he knows little to nothing on the subject and really listens to the guests answers.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Saturday 19 November 2011, 01:34:23 am
Mark Chapman. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Monday 5 December 2011, 06:08:40 pm
Just noticed theres been more European Football Shows lately. One episode is focused on tactics and the other spends a bit of time giving NUFC credit.

http://www.europeanfootballshow.eu/ (http://www.europeanfootballshow.eu/)
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Monday 5 December 2011, 06:10:45 pm
Really random but I was proper touched by the minutes applause they had for Gary Speed of the WFPI. Made for abysmal radio but a great touch none the less.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Heneage on Monday 5 December 2011, 06:11:31 pm
Really random but I was proper touched by the minutes applause they had for Gary Speed of the WFPI. Made for abysmal radio but a great touch none the less.
Second that actually.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Chubby Jason on Monday 5 December 2011, 06:14:35 pm
James Richardson is an irritating bellend.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Geordie Boot Boy on Wednesday 7 December 2011, 01:18:34 pm
James Richardson is an irritating bellend.

Couldn't disagree more.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Wednesday 7 December 2011, 01:24:47 pm
This week's Ramble is entitled Shola Ameobi OBE
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: GuyP on Wednesday 7 December 2011, 08:42:53 pm
This week's Ramble is entitled Shola Ameobi OBE

noticed this before listening, didnt see it coming before! good episode like, best one of the season i reckon?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: oldtype on Thursday 8 December 2011, 12:52:15 am
This week's Ramble is entitled Shola Ameobi OBE

noticed this before listening, didnt see it coming before! good episode like, best one of the season i reckon?

I normally skip football podcasts after a bad loss, but I've obviously got to give this one a listen :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Thursday 8 December 2011, 01:52:05 am
Same here, guess I'll be doing the same.
Title: Football Podcasts
Post by: Dr Venkman on Thursday 8 December 2011, 08:56:14 am
Skip podcasts if we lose? Bizarre. Football Ramble is streets ahead of anything else I've tried like.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: oldtype on Thursday 8 December 2011, 08:57:35 am
Skip podcasts if we lose? Bizarre. Football Ramble is streets ahead of anything else I've tried like.

I need to forget about it all week and usually can't bear to listen to people talking about it.

After particularly s*** losses like last week I usually try to avoid football altogether.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Thursday 8 December 2011, 09:13:23 am
When saying bad loss I thought you meant Speed, not the Chelsea game.


I don't avoid podcasts when we lose, sometimes go to bed before we're on MOTD like.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ObiChrisKenobi on Thursday 8 December 2011, 01:23:55 pm
Did anyone start a Newcastle podcast?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: je85 on Thursday 8 December 2011, 01:52:14 pm
There's a True Faith one, I follow the lads that do it on twitter where they are quite funny, rarely listen to the shows though.

There's also a ShiteSeats one that's new, not listened to any of theirs yet.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Friday 9 December 2011, 12:52:23 am
There's a True Faith one, I follow the lads that do it on twitter where they are quite funny, rarely listen to the shows though.

There's also a ShiteSeats one that's new, not listened to any of theirs yet.

The Shiteseats lads are canny, not heard their podcast though. Surprised people off here haven't sorted something tbh.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: CarlCort16 on Friday 9 December 2011, 11:42:28 am
Love Guardian's Football Weekly. Dislike Glendenning though.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Friday 9 December 2011, 08:44:56 pm
Skip podcasts if we lose? Bizarre. Football Ramble is streets ahead of anything else I've tried like.

I need to forget about it all week and usually can't bear to listen to people talking about it.

After particularly s*** losses like last week I usually try to avoid football altogether.

Pretty much. I don't usually watch MOTD or any highlight show either. I don't even like to post on here, except for maybe 30 minutes after a loss, for a day or so.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: p_cowell141 on Saturday 10 December 2011, 12:04:38 am
I listen to Beyond the Pitch, which can be a bit hit and miss sometimes, except for when they have Phillipe Auclair, the legendary Ray Hudson (his preview of the clasico was rather entertaining, and the weekly show they have with Warren Centre Partin'

The Barton one from after the Chelsea game was quite interesting if you get the chance to listen to it - it's about 32 mins onwards.

Warren basically said very bluntly that Mike Dean is someone who makes controversial decisions on purpose, and he's like that whenever he has been in his company that he's very self-important.

Imagine if a manager said that...
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Heneage on Friday 16 December 2011, 05:38:31 pm
I must admit Guardian Weekly is starting to grate on me. I'm not sure if Richardson was bullied by a Newcastle fan but he doesn't even seem to give us the lickings of a dog. Meanwhile Sunderland have 'The O'Neill factor'. Admittedly I don't listen to it for Newcastle coverage but it's still becoming annoying.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Friday 16 December 2011, 05:46:25 pm
It's a 4hr special World Football Phone In special tonight. I've even sent a question in.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Friday 16 December 2011, 05:47:18 pm
Aye I decided to skip it this week for that reason. Their hatred of Newcastle is quite ridiculous.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Craig-NUFC on Friday 16 December 2011, 05:59:16 pm
I think it started off with idiot supporters commenting to them, then they started getting abuse for mocking the idiots and not giving more time to Newcastle and then it became a running joke to not feature much of Newcastle, to which people would call them all sorts and so they just sacked off Newcastle almost completely.

Personally not arsed that they don't include us. Only really listen to podcasts for lower divisions and other leagues round ups.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Interpolic on Friday 16 December 2011, 06:51:18 pm
I can't get away with the Guardian podcast really, they just seem like a bunch of smug t***s.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Friday 16 December 2011, 07:05:54 pm
I can't get away with the Guardian podcast really, they just seem like a bunch of smug t***s.

I just find it boring. Same goes for The Times.

Excuse the cretinous word choice but the banter is better on say the Ramble.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Interpolic on Friday 16 December 2011, 07:31:09 pm
I can't get away with the Guardian podcast really, they just seem like a bunch of smug t***s.

I just find it boring. Same goes for The Times.

Excuse the cretinous word choice but the banter is better on say the Ramble.

With the Ramble I did the same thing I always do when I discover something late - fell in love with it, listened to it far too much, got bored of it, hated it, then developed a more logical view of it.  When it's funny it's really funny and I look forward to it every week again now.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Chubby Jason on Friday 16 December 2011, 07:34:21 pm
The Guardian podcast is hideous. Arrogant, unfunny and smug would be how I'd sum up pretty much all of their panelists, especially Richardson the bloke's a f***ing c***.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 04:34:57 pm
Been getting into World Football Phone-In, good discussions. Their U.S.-correspondent Sean "Big Wheel" Wheelock is a bit of a douche.

Grantland's Men in Blazers is a favorite, though they cater mostly to a North American audience.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 04:36:30 pm
Been getting into World Football Phone-In, good discussions. Their U.S.-correspondent Sean "Big Wheel" Wheelock is a bit of a douche.

Grantland's Men in Blazers is a favorite, though they cater mostly to a North American audience.

:kasper:

I love the WFPI, like. Vickery is great and Mina Rzouki is good too. Was even better when Andy Brassell was on, I'm not keen on their African correspondents.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 04:39:24 pm
I dunno, I just don't like him. Anyone with the nickname "Big Wheel" has to be a bit of a turd.

Vickery is great.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ManDoon on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 04:46:03 pm
The Guardian podcast is hideous. Arrogant, unfunny and smug would be how I'd sum up pretty much all of their panelists, especially Richardson the bloke's a f***ing c***.

Bang on. Used to love Richardson back in the football Italia days, he's an absolute hat now like. And as for glendenning he's blocked me on twitter, I can't stand his smug, condescending bilge
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 05:01:16 pm
Glendenning is a f***ing arsehole like.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 05:13:13 pm
This is the time of year I try to get back into football podcasts, listened to Ramble and Football Weekly so far and already remember why I gave them up so quickly last season.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 05:27:46 pm
I've completely packed in with all of them. Will probably still listen to the Tuesday Club but don't miss the rest really. Might start again when we're not s***, though God knows when that might be.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tiresias on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 05:55:52 pm
I could barely bring myself to listen to any last season. In defense of Football Weekly: I don't mind Glendenning that much, he's just a troll and I think he sometimes has some valid stuff going against the normal opinion, but god yeah he's annoying a fair bit, albeit with him and Johnathan Wilson (who I actually like a fair bit) bit too much Sunderland talk. Rafael Honigstein, and some of the other contributors are good, I don't think it's as terrible as all that but yes it is quite meh.

I haven't found one I like that much tbh, the Ramble is too matey and 'banter'-y, full of s*** injokes
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 06:00:42 pm
Sid Lowe is amazing, generally like all the podders though.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tiresias on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 06:02:58 pm
Sid Lowe is a great writer actually, trouble is Spanish Football has got pretty boring, all Barca Real and all the rest in varying degrees of financial distress  :lol: (sorry VI)
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ManDoon on Wednesday 14 August 2013, 07:44:38 pm
I think the ramble is the only decent one that genuinely makes me lol. I listen to the 606 phone ins sometimes for LULZ
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Saturday 17 August 2013, 10:17:11 pm
Has anybody listened to the True Faith podcast? No fan of the Fanzine but I think the two that do the podcast are pretty sound. Only listened to the last couple and it's alreet.

I've just listened to my first ever, the new one and it's pretty good. They had Michael Martin on and the three of them summed up the summer fairly comprehensively, definitely worth a listen.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Si on Saturday 17 August 2013, 10:19:30 pm
This is the time of year I try to get back into football podcasts, listened to Ramble and Football Weekly so far and already remember why I gave them up so quickly last season.

I love the Ramble.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: triggs on Saturday 17 August 2013, 10:30:51 pm
There is an Irish one called secondcaptains@theirishtimes that is decent enough. They used to have a successful radio show for 3 hours each night but resigned and are now doing pods on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Its mostly about the premier league and European football
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jdckelly on Saturday 17 August 2013, 10:51:46 pm
The Spanish Football Podcast is a new one by Sid Lowe and Phil Kitromilides on obviously enough La Liga, only 1 episode of it so far but could be worth keeping an eye on if your interested in Spanish football
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Sunday 18 August 2013, 12:29:03 pm
The Spanish Football Podcast is a new one by Sid Lowe and Phil Kitromilides on obviously enough La Liga, only 1 episode of it so far but could be worth keeping an eye on if your interested in Spanish football

Do you have a non Itunes link for it?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jdckelly on Sunday 18 August 2013, 12:49:39 pm
The Spanish Football Podcast is a new one by Sid Lowe and Phil Kitromilides on obviously enough La Liga, only 1 episode of it so far but could be worth keeping an eye on if your interested in Spanish football

Do you have a non Itunes link for it?
https://soundcloud.com/thespanishfootballpodcast
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Fugazi on Sunday 18 August 2013, 12:50:56 pm
Haven't listened to The Ramble for a few years, got a bit tired of their 'bantz' and I don't particularly like Lukey Moore.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Monday 19 August 2013, 11:29:31 am
The Spanish Football Podcast is a new one by Sid Lowe and Phil Kitromilides on obviously enough La Liga, only 1 episode of it so far but could be worth keeping an eye on if your interested in Spanish football

Do you have a non Itunes link for it?
https://soundcloud.com/thespanishfootballpodcast

http://thespanishfootballpodcast.wordpress.com/

Found the site here. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: triggs on Thursday 22 August 2013, 02:32:14 am
There is an Irish one called secondcaptains@theirishtimes that is decent enough. They used to have a successful radio show for 3 hours each night but resigned and are now doing pods on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Its mostly about the premier league and European football
this is a link to this podcast http://www.irishtimes.com/sport/second-captains?gclid=CKDFg4rzj7kCFc8q2wodxi8Ahg. scroll down to the bottom to get the football shows as the top one is a general sport one and focused on gaa mostly, although there is a good interview with former cyclist sean kelly on it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ameritoon on Thursday 22 August 2013, 02:36:55 am
This is the time of year I try to get back into football podcasts, listened to Ramble and Football Weekly so far and already remember why I gave them up so quickly last season.

I love the Ramble.

Someone in here mentioned it, but there's just too much banter/jokes amongst them that turn me off.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: n4e on Thursday 22 August 2013, 03:23:10 am
Haven't listened to The Ramble for a few years, got a bit tired of their 'bantz' and I don't particularly like Lukey Moore.

I quite like him but I think there's times he tries too hard. I noticed they've got rid of the profile section now, always thought that feature took up too much time of the show.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Thursday 22 August 2013, 04:24:48 am
Stopped listening to the Ramble about a year ago now I think. Not that I completely dislike it, just can't be particularly arsed about it especially when we're so s****. I do think there's a pretentiousness and smugness to it that wasn't there when they first started out, particularly from Luke. It's even more apparent if you follow them on Twitter.

Still listen to WFPI mostly in the gym or on the bus, always remains interesting because of Vickery but definitely weakened by Brassell going. The African experts are rubbish, Wheelock is lost outside of MLS or US national team and you can see why Adebayo has the grave shift doing Up All Night. Not a good host IMO. The show was always at its best when it was the Vickery/Brassell combo and they talked enough to stop Dotun's interruptions.

Tuesday Club is still by far the best podcast of the lot but churns out some duff ones more frequently now with the same discussions going round it circles. Wouldn't be surprised if they f***ed it off this year if Arsenal have an underwhelming window and season, with maybe the odd one off episode instead.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: timeEd32 on Thursday 22 August 2013, 04:29:14 am
The Ramble makes me laugh out loud multiple times a week. That's enough for me, especially when we suck.

I find it hard to listen to any podcast that doesn't have Newcastle representation. Too many stereotypes and generic opinions otherwise.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: n4e on Thursday 22 August 2013, 05:47:50 am


Still listen to WFPI mostly in the gym or on the bus, always remains interesting because of Vickery but definitely weakened by Brassell going. The African experts are rubbish, Wheelock is lost outside of MLS or US national team and you can see why Adebayo has the grave shift doing Up All Night. Not a good host IMO. The show was always at its best when it was the Vickery/Brassell combo and they talked enough to stop Dotun's interruptions.



I can't listen to the ones with the African correspondents on at all like. I'd say one of the biggest problems with the show is that a lot of the callers are regulars and they seem more interested just getting on air and making a joke about Dotun eating all the biscuits rather than coming up with decent questions they want answered. There's also a lot of times where Vickery goes of on a tangent when he knows the questions are pretty generic and Dotun tries to reel him in and then proceeds to waste the next few minutes singing and making awkward jokes.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Thursday 22 August 2013, 08:20:33 am
The African ones are awful :thup:

I got sick of Tuesday Club sometime last season. Its sometimes funny but I just dont care about Arsenal.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: AlanSkärare on Thursday 22 August 2013, 08:43:17 am
Andy Brassell leaving was a real blow, not many people with more knowledge about European football around. Vickery is still brilliant when given time to talk.

Agree that the callers have become worse as well. I miss people calling in to ask weird questions that only really obsessed football fans would ask. Remember one guy who was very concerned about what had happend to Rafael Sobis.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Dr Venkman on Thursday 22 August 2013, 11:32:02 am
I really like the Ramble, don't find them pretentious at all. They'll just happily take the p*ss out of anyone, including themselves. It's very refreshing to hear people talking about football in the right way.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Neil on Tuesday 15 October 2013, 03:10:18 pm
Really enjoying the Guardian Football Weekly ones currently. Jimbo's very quick and funny as well as usually very knowledgeable guests. Mondays and Thursdays.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Tuesday 15 October 2013, 03:19:36 pm
Aye, I like The Guardian as well. I stopped listening in the relegation season, it was unbearable. It's generally better than The Times I think, although I like Marcotti as well.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Tuesday 15 October 2013, 03:24:16 pm
Really enjoying the Guardian Football Weekly ones currently. Jimbo's very quick and funny as well as usually very knowledgeable guests. Mondays and Thursdays.

Glendenning is a prick mind.

I like it but at times the likes of Richardson come across quite pompous and belittling.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: jdckelly on Tuesday 15 October 2013, 03:24:53 pm
Generally enjoy the Times one even if its a bit too focused on the "big sides" but usually find it an interesting listen, plus yeah always enjoy listening to Marcotti. Guardian ones hit and miss, at its best with the likes of Wilson, Auclair and Honigstein
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ManDoon on Tuesday 15 October 2013, 03:42:36 pm
Really enjoying the Guardian Football Weekly ones currently. Jimbo's very quick and funny as well as usually very knowledgeable guests. Mondays and Thursdays.

Glendenning is a prick mind.

I like it but at times the likes of Richardson come across quite pompous and belittling.

Used to love Richardson back the day on football Italia. Can't stand him now, him and glendenning are both patronising, pompous bell ends imo.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: triggs on Sunday 17 November 2013, 01:27:53 am
Is there a way of listening to old episodes of the world football phone in podcast?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Tuesday 26 November 2013, 01:30:49 pm
Is there a way of listening to old episodes of the world football phone in podcast?

Good question, I'd like to know too.

Also, some of us from Uni are doing a weekly podcast now - entitled Kevin Phillips' Piano.....not really sure why! We've only done 2 episodes so it's very VERY rough, with lots of small problems that'll get fixed over time. But, on the other hand, we're using the Cagney & Lacey theme tune.

https://soundcloud.com/matthew-barber-10/episode-1-one-in-the-hand-or
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Tuesday 26 November 2013, 10:05:57 pm
Is there a way of listening to old episodes of the world football phone in podcast?

Good question, I'd like to know too.

Also, some of us from Uni are doing a weekly podcast now - entitled Kevin Phillips' Piano.....not really sure why! We've only done 2 episodes so it's very VERY rough, with lots of small problems that'll get fixed over time. But, on the other hand, we're using the Cagney & Lacey theme tune.

https://soundcloud.com/matthew-barber-10/episode-1-one-in-the-hand-or

Well done. :thup: Some genuine laughs in there too. The description of the Joe Allen miss. :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Tuesday 26 November 2013, 10:07:29 pm
Interesting stat on the Guardian podcast this week about every team in the league last season having the minority of possession after going in front in a game. Might have some bearing on the whole 'we always sit back' issue.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Tuesday 26 November 2013, 11:09:29 pm
Is there a way of listening to old episodes of the world football phone in podcast?

Good question, I'd like to know too.

Also, some of us from Uni are doing a weekly podcast now - entitled Kevin Phillips' Piano.....not really sure why! We've only done 2 episodes so it's very VERY rough, with lots of small problems that'll get fixed over time. But, on the other hand, we're using the Cagney & Lacey theme tune.

https://soundcloud.com/matthew-barber-10/episode-1-one-in-the-hand-or

Well done. :thup: Some genuine laughs in there too. The description of the Joe Allen miss. :lol:

Thanks :aww:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Roke on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 12:52:47 am
Interesting stat on the Guardian podcast this week about every team in the league last season having the minority of possession after going in front in a game. Might have some bearing on the whole 'we always sit back' issue.

Among football analytics writers that phenomena is called "score effects", and has its origins in ice hockey analytics.

Basically, all teams tend to change their style of play slightly depending on the scoreline. Teams that are ahead tend to see less of the ball than their opponents, and attempt fewer shots while teams from behind have more of the ball, take more shots (though those shots tend to be more long-distance than other game-states).  Even a dominant team will usually see less possession when they are leading than when they are when the game is tied.

Basically, when trying to analysis with stuff like shot attempts or possession you need to separate them depending on the scoreline and then examine them. You'll get the best idea of how good a team is when the score is tied over many games or the full season.

I can't speak for football, but I know in hockey it's not so much a tactical issue on the part of the side that is leading as something inherent - whether due to psychology and risk-aversion or something else. The score effects tend to render non-score-tied possession metrics* mostly useless on a single-game basis.

*since they don't actually measure possession in hockey it's measured by proxy using shot attempts, which syncs up very well to actual possession when somebody has bothered to try to track it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: healthyaddiction on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:49:24 am
Interesting stat on the Guardian podcast this week about every team in the league last season having the minority of possession after going in front in a game. Might have some bearing on the whole 'we always sit back' issue.

They didn't say that, it sounds like he did but then he clarifies what he means is that every team's possession reduces after going in front.  So it might go from 60% possession to 59% possession.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:51:14 am
Interesting stat on the Guardian podcast this week about every team in the league last season having the minority of possession after going in front in a game. Might have some bearing on the whole 'we always sit back' issue.

They didn't say that, it sounds like he did but then he clarifies what he means is that every team's possession reduces after going in front.  So it might go from 60% possession to 59% possession.

Oh, if that's right I misunderstood. Guess the effect is similar either way, since your possession is likely to be around 50% anyway.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:52:19 am
Interesting stat on the Guardian podcast this week about every team in the league last season having the minority of possession after going in front in a game. Might have some bearing on the whole 'we always sit back' issue.

Among football analytics writers that phenomena is called "score effects", and has its origins in ice hockey analytics.

Basically, all teams tend to change their style of play slightly depending on the scoreline. Teams that are ahead tend to see less of the ball than their opponents, and attempt fewer shots while teams from behind have more of the ball, take more shots (though those shots tend to be more long-distance than other game-states).  Even a dominant team will usually see less possession when they are leading than when they are when the game is tied.

Basically, when trying to analysis with stuff like shot attempts or possession you need to separate them depending on the scoreline and then examine them. You'll get the best idea of how good a team is when the score is tied over many games or the full season.

I can't speak for football, but I know in hockey it's not so much a tactical issue on the part of the side that is leading as something inherent - whether due to psychology and risk-aversion or something else. The score effects tend to render non-score-tied possession metrics* mostly useless on a single-game basis.

*since they don't actually measure possession in hockey it's measured by proxy using shot attempts, which syncs up very well to actual possession when somebody has bothered to try to track it.

I believe it's a basic psychology of scoreline-based sports, certainly more than it is a tactical decision. But that's just my feeling really, I don't know much about it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Doctor Zaius on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 12:55:34 pm
Is the True Faith Podcast worth a listen? Never been a fan of 'Taylor and Besty' on twitter but heard some good things about it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: healthyaddiction on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 01:02:01 pm
I don't agree with everything said on there but it is interesting and they often have local journalists on which is good.  Although they're podcasts are always really annoyingly quiet I find compared to the other podcasts I listen to.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Inferior Acuña on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 01:51:18 pm
Absolutely love the guardian podcast like, just find it really entertaining. Sometimes skip over stuff I'd like to hear more of, but their crack is right up my street and I learn a bit about foreign leagues that I neglect when they've got their correspondents.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 01:53:47 pm
Is the True Faith Podcast worth a listen? Never been a fan of 'Taylor and Besty' on twitter but heard some good things about it.

Yeah I think it is. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Belfast Mags on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 10:43:20 pm
Is the True Faith Podcast worth a listen? Never been a fan of 'Taylor and Besty' on twitter but heard some good things about it.

Yeah I think it is. :thup:

Quite like it myself although I wouldn't always agree with some of their assertions.

Definitely worth a listen though :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Dr Colossus on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:35:03 pm
Absolutely love the guardian podcast like, just find it really entertaining. Sometimes skip over stuff I'd like to hear more of, but their crack is right up my street and I learn a bit about foreign leagues that I neglect when they've got their correspondents.

Found it quite funny when they got to our game on this week's and none of them had seen anything from it. The most they could muster was one making a vague point about Ben Arfa being dropped from the team, ironically in the game that he came back in. Enjoy it regularly though.

True Faith one used to be much better when it was just the two of them cracking jokes with each other and stuff like that, a bit more irreverent. Now they're getting journalists and that on it's a bit shitter (TF editor being the worst offender by far, his crack is rank)
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:37:47 pm
Aren't Besty and the other lad from B. Auckland?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ManDoon on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:46:21 pm

Absolutely love the guardian podcast like, just find it really entertaining. Sometimes skip over stuff I'd like to hear more of, but their crack is right up my street and I learn a bit about foreign leagues that I neglect when they've got their correspondents.

Found it quite funny when they got to our game on this week's and none of them had seen anything from it. The most they could muster was one making a vague point about Ben Arfa being dropped from the team, ironically in the game that he came back in. Enjoy it regularly though.

True Faith one used to be much better when it was just the two of them cracking jokes with each other and stuff like that, a bit more irreverent. Now they're getting journalists and that on it's a bit shitter (TF editor being the worst offender by far, his crack is rank)

:thup: the editor is woeful tbh
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Dr Colossus on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:48:18 pm
Aren't Besty and the other lad from B. Auckland?

North Shields or Hebburn-ish, I think they've said on it. I have no reason to doubt their credentials, either way.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Yorkie on Wednesday 27 November 2013, 11:49:46 pm
They had a jingle for "first time Newcastle scored a corner since 2011" on the latest Football Ramble.

Was cracking up when they were going on about Boruc's Cryuff turn.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: LooneyToonArmy on Thursday 28 November 2013, 03:33:39 am
The Times' podcast "The Game" (usually with Marcotti) did a podcast the other week in Newcastle if anyone is interested.

Steve Harper was on with Caulkin and co......

Still on the downloads page - 11/20/13

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/thegame-podcast/id191105605
https://soundcloud.com/the-game-podcast/the-game-live-from-newcastle
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Thursday 28 November 2013, 06:49:10 am
Aren't Besty and the other lad from B. Auckland?
Soooooooooooth Shields.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Thursday 28 November 2013, 02:59:12 pm
Aren't Besty and the other lad from B. Auckland?
Soooooooooooth Shields.

Ah right, must be confusing them with someone else. 1992ers ey?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Snags on Friday 29 November 2013, 04:41:00 pm
Is the True Faith Podcast worth a listen? Never been a fan of 'Taylor and Besty' on twitter but heard some good things about it.
I find it a lot of fun.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Sunday 1 December 2013, 05:37:09 pm
Still haven't uploaded this week's World Football Phone-In.  :rant:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: triggs on Sunday 1 December 2013, 05:38:18 pm
Still haven't uploaded this week's World Football Phone-In.  :rant:
I was thinking the same myself. Was it on the other night?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Sunday 1 December 2013, 05:39:03 pm
They're doing a 4 hour special soon :celb:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Sunday 1 December 2013, 05:42:14 pm
Maybe it wasn't on with the Glasgow incident ongoing through the night on Friday.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Monday 2 December 2013, 10:26:37 pm
http://elasticochop.com/2013/12/02/kevin-phillips-piano-episode-3-uncle-bens-team-of-the-week/

(http://static.freepik.com/free-photo/uk-plug_21163609.jpg)
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: triggs on Friday 6 December 2013, 09:55:59 pm
What time does the world football phone in actually be on at on a Friday night on 5 live?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Friday 6 December 2013, 09:57:18 pm
Think it's on at 1 tonight with it being 4 hours.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: triggs on Friday 6 December 2013, 10:03:39 pm
Think it's on at 1 tonight with it being 4 hours.
Might listen till 3 and then get the rest on the podcast tomorrow
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Sunday 8 December 2013, 08:06:24 pm
Been getting into World Football Phone-In, good discussions. Their U.S.-correspondent Sean "Big Wheel" Wheelock is a bit of a douche.


Listening to the World Football Phone-in Draw Special. Wheelock is such s***.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: tgarve on Friday 20 December 2013, 03:17:37 am
Been getting into World Football Phone-In, good discussions. Their U.S.-correspondent Sean "Big Wheel" Wheelock is a bit of a douche.


Listening to the World Football Phone-in Draw Special. Wheelock is such s***.

Just listening to this, boycott was on form like! Pretty good actually, but wheelock is a t*** like and the african correspondant knows nout and u cant hear him
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Friday 20 December 2013, 11:49:37 am
Been getting into World Football Phone-In, good discussions. Their U.S.-correspondent Sean "Big Wheel" Wheelock is a bit of a douche.


Listening to the World Football Phone-in Draw Special. Wheelock is such s***.

Just listening to this, boycott was on form like! Pretty good actually, but wheelock is a t*** like and the african correspondant knows nout and u cant hear him

Vickery is class, just so knowledgable about all things South America. It's good that he's there for every episode. I like Mina and Paul Sarahs as well.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: tgarve on Friday 20 December 2013, 02:27:55 pm
Been getting into World Football Phone-In, good discussions. Their U.S.-correspondent Sean "Big Wheel" Wheelock is a bit of a douche.


Listening to the World Football Phone-in Draw Special. Wheelock is such s***.

Just listening to this, boycott was on form like! Pretty good actually, but wheelock is a t*** like and the african correspondant knows nout and u cant hear him

Vickery is class, just so knowledgable about all things South America. It's good that he's there for every episode. I like Mina and Paul Sarahs as well.

was funny seeing vickery live on tv when the draw was made. face didnt fit the voice
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Friday 20 December 2013, 02:47:32 pm
We did our Christmas episode, complete with our own Xmas Andy Carrolls and general festive foolishness.

https://soundcloud.com/kevinphillipspiano/19-12-13-episode-7-christmas
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Dr Colossus on Tuesday 24 December 2013, 02:15:06 am
Does anyone else find the music that the Guardian use makes them feel suddenly really depressed and alone? It's like being in an art film and the camera just slowly zooming out on your blank, sad face.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Saturday 28 December 2013, 07:10:17 am
Emailed a question in to last night's World Football Phone-In and got a reply asking me if I would mind asking it on the show and that they would ring me if that was ok. Shame I'd fallen asleep. :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Saturday 28 December 2013, 09:02:55 am
Emailed a question in to last night's World Football Phone-In and got a reply asking me if I would mind asking it on the show and that they would ring me if that was ok. Shame I'd fallen asleep. :lol:

What was it?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Saturday 28 December 2013, 09:18:29 am
It was a question in relation to Eduardo Galeano. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Saturday 28 December 2013, 12:26:20 pm
Just listening now - gerrin it got asked! :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Tuesday 1 April 2014, 12:49:40 am
Been getting into World Football Phone-In, good discussions. Their U.S.-correspondent Sean "Big Wheel" Wheelock is a bit of a douche.


Listening to the World Football Phone-in Draw Special. Wheelock is such s***.

New CONCACAF correspondent, Jon Arnold from goal.com, is miles better than Wheelock.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: newsted on Tuesday 1 April 2014, 12:53:33 am
:lol: I think there's an echo in here.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Tuesday 1 April 2014, 01:11:13 am
:lol: I think there's an echo in here.

:lol: Wheelock just typifies everything I hate about American football (soccer) fans.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ketsbaia on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 03:14:47 pm
What podcasts are good for European football? My new writing job involves more of it, so I want to immerse myself in Bundesliga, La Liga & Serie A. I already listen to World Football Phone-In and the Guardian's pod with AC Jimbo.

Cheers.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 03:19:42 pm
Bundesliga Fanatic is definitely the best one out there when it comes to Jorman football.

Sid Lowe does a canny decent La Liga one as well.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Kanji on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 03:21:32 pm
I listen to Men in Blazers every week, it's not every one's cup of tea and will probably make us Newcastle supporters mad, but its their general banter and coverage of other things that I love. Their humor in general has me creasing throughout.

Happy to have added the Guardian one, will start a listen.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 03:30:26 pm
Kanji do you listen to the World Football Phone-In? If so what do you think of Jon Arnold?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Inferior Acuña on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 03:46:20 pm
I listen to Men in Blazers every week, it's not every one's cup of tea and will probably make us Newcastle supporters mad, but its their general banter and coverage of other things that I love. Their humor in general has me creasing throughout.

Happy to have added the Guardian one, will start a listen.

Can't those two from what I've seen of them, only heard of them after coming to US.

Listen regularly to Guardian one, and didn't like Footy ramble at first but into it now, especially with Pete's relatable Pardew stance.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 05:35:37 pm
I listen to Men in Blazers every week, it's not every one's cup of tea and will probably make us Newcastle supporters mad, but its their general banter and coverage of other things that I love. Their humor in general has me creasing throughout.

Happy to have added the Guardian one, will start a listen.

Been listening to MiB for a few years, since they were an afterthought on Grantland. Glad to see them doing so well these days, with the show on NBCSN and whatnot.

I regularly listen to World Football Phone-In, 5Live Daily, and 606 Phone-In as well. The Best Soccer Show is a decent shout for MLS/U.S. team coverage, but they can be a bit irritating at times.
Title: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ryan on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 09:31:59 pm
Guardian football one is excellent, easily my favourite followed by the World Football Phone In. Usually give the Monday Night Club (5Live) and Revista De La Liga ones are listen too as they're decent :thup:

Usually listen to Talking Fussball for German football but I'll give the Bundesliga Fanatic one a listen on Tooj's recommendation :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Si on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 09:40:02 pm
Love Football Ramble, listen to the Times one too but sometimes it gets a bit too competitive over who knows the most. Will check out the others mentioned in here.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Fugazi on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 09:41:07 pm
Stopped listening to the Ramble about 4 years, not even sure why.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: r0cafella on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 10:45:21 pm
It's a damn shame talkshit binned the European football show all them years back, Marcotti, balague, honigstien and Laurens (iirc)

Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ponsaelius on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 11:11:16 pm
Stopped listening to the Ramble about 4 years, not even sure why.

Same as me.

Only one I listen to these days is the Tuesday Club.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: CFlan on Wednesday 14 January 2015, 11:19:21 pm
Tried Men In Blazers but I couldn't get into it. The only ones I listen to now are the Ramble and Second Captains Football.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Kanji on Thursday 15 January 2015, 12:31:23 am

Kanji do you listen to the World Football Phone-In? If so what do you think of Jon Arnold?

Nah haven't honestly. I've been new to sport pods minus MIB. usually do news, stories, self improvement and finance type. Mad given I love sport so much.  Should I listen to it? Is he good? Want to add more to my list.

Deuce listens,  his thoughts? I'll do more MLS now given we've got a team in jamlando
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Thursday 15 January 2015, 12:46:24 am
I really like Arnold, he's rather more humble than his predecessor. And he's actually knowledgeable about football in Mexico and Central America.

You should definitely listen to WFPI, Kanj. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: n4e on Thursday 15 January 2015, 03:10:33 am
I listen to Men in Blazers every week, it's not every one's cup of tea and will probably make us Newcastle supporters mad, but its their general banter and coverage of other things that I love. Their humor in general has me creasing throughout.

Happy to have added the Guardian one, will start a listen.

Can't those two from what I've seen of them, only heard of them after coming to US.

Listen regularly to Guardian one, and didn't like Footy ramble at first but into it now, especially with Pete's relatable Pardew stance.

Ramble seem to be the only ones acknowledging that Carver is a clown as well. Probably annoying for others but I love the AP/Office references at any opportunity from Marcus and Luke. 
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: firetotheworks on Thursday 15 January 2015, 09:52:37 am
Stopped listening to the Ramble about 4 years, not even sure why.

Same as me.

Only one I listen to these days is the Tuesday Club.

...they only talk about Arsenal though, don't they?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: vicente_14 on Thursday 15 January 2015, 10:10:58 am
Stopped listening to the Ramble about 4 years, not even sure why.

Same as me.

Only one I listen to these days is the Tuesday Club.

...they only talk about Arsenal though, don't they?

Yes, but even if you don't like Arsenal, and i don't, it's a good listen. Alan Davies is funny and knowledgable.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Kanji on Thursday 15 January 2015, 11:30:43 am
I don't listen to MIB for football news or analysis though. Just always loved their general stupid convo and banter. It's funny. They mix a ton of American stuff into it so it's fun 

Will add World Football and Guardian too. Thanks fellas!
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Thursday 15 January 2015, 12:03:49 pm
Guardian football one is excellent, easily my favourite followed by the World Football Phone In. Usually give the Monday Night Club (5Live) and Revista De La Liga ones are listen too as they're decent :thup:

Usually listen to Talking Fussball for German football but I'll give the Bundesliga Fanatic one a listen on Tooj's recommendation :thup:

Was getting confused with Talking Fussball and Bundesliga Fanatic. Bundesliga Fanatic is just the German lower leagues covered by the same blokes that do Talking Fussball. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Tuesday 17 March 2015, 07:54:22 pm
Anybody listen to The Sound of Football?
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: The College Dropout on Wednesday 18 March 2015, 11:22:03 am
I listen to Men in Blazers every week, it's not every one's cup of tea and will probably make us Newcastle supporters mad, but its their general banter and coverage of other things that I love. Their humor in general has me creasing throughout.

Happy to have added the Guardian one, will start a listen.

Can't those two from what I've seen of them, only heard of them after coming to US.

Listen regularly to Guardian one, and didn't like Footy ramble at first but into it now, especially with Pete's relatable Pardew stance.

Ramble seem to be the only ones acknowledging that Carver is a clown as well. Probably annoying for others but I love the AP/Office references at any opportunity from Marcus and Luke.

Some of the insight has been poor recently. The stuff around LVG and Bale especially. They report on a broad segment of football which brings up their lack of knowledge too often.

Enjoy the Guardian's podcast more. They bring in specialists from certain leagues which works better.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ilikenewcastle on Wednesday 18 March 2015, 01:02:56 pm
I quite enjoy the Guardian podcast, but Barry Glendenning really irritates me. Same with that Paul Sarahs on WFPI.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Wednesday 18 March 2015, 01:09:16 pm
I quite like Glendenning, he's good on TalkSport as well.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ManDoon on Wednesday 18 March 2015, 01:24:34 pm

I quite like Glendenning, he's good on TalkSport as well.

Really? He's partisan Mackem. Can't stand him
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Wednesday 18 March 2015, 01:29:15 pm
I know he supports the mackems, but he usually takes the mick out of them these days. In general I like most of his comments.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Wednesday 18 March 2015, 01:57:22 pm

I quite like Glendenning, he's good on TalkSport as well.

Really? He's partisan Mackem. Can't stand him
Seems to talk a lot of sense about them and us IMO. Not sure why the hate.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Wednesday 18 March 2015, 02:09:54 pm
I quite like him, seems a good chap.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: cookidge on Friday 10 April 2015, 08:27:19 pm
Any up to date Newcastle podcasts that aren't apologist in nature? Explicit and angry if possible? I like shiteseats but they're quite infrequent.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ryan on Friday 10 April 2015, 09:56:28 pm
Yeah, I don't mind Glendenning. He seems like he'd be good crack over a pint and whenever he talks about us/Sunderland he's pretty much always taking the p*ss.

I think Paul Sarahs on the WFPI is a really intelligent guy but he does come across quite arrogant at times, Dotun annoys me though the way he goes on.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Friday 10 April 2015, 10:02:29 pm
Love it when Dotun does his Nigerian bit. Has me creased every single time. :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tomato Deuce on Saturday 11 April 2015, 07:17:27 am
Yeah Dotun's mint, does well to keep things running smoothly.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Inferior Acuña on Saturday 11 April 2015, 07:48:03 am
I like Newcastle stuff on the Ramble because Pete's one of few in the 'media' that totally gets it re Pardew. (f***ing hates him)
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Jill on Saturday 11 April 2015, 07:58:11 am
I like Newcastle stuff on the Ramble because Pete's one of few in the 'media' that totally gets it re Pardew. (f***ing hates him)

I like Pete and appreciate his stance but I struggle to listen to bits about us on the Ramble when we've been s***, which is often. Usually end up just skipping through discussion of our matches.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: mattypnufc on Saturday 11 April 2015, 10:13:09 am
Any up to date Newcastle podcasts that aren't apologist in nature? Explicit and angry if possible? I like shiteseats but they're quite infrequent.

Our new one is out today hopefully.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: cookidge on Saturday 11 April 2015, 11:49:04 am
Any up to date Newcastle podcasts that aren't apologist in nature? Explicit and angry if possible? I like shiteseats but they're quite infrequent.

Our new one is out today hopefully.
Nice one, will check it out.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: BillClinton on Saturday 11 April 2015, 02:57:25 pm
I like Newcastle stuff on the Ramble because Pete's one of few in the 'media' that totally gets it re Pardew. (f***ing hates him)

I like Pete and appreciate his stance but I struggle to listen to bits about us on the Ramble when we've been s***, which is often. Usually end up just skipping through discussion of our matches.

I've listened every week but haven't bothered with this weeks for that exact reason.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Inferior Acuña on Saturday 11 April 2015, 05:00:02 pm
I like Newcastle stuff on the Ramble because Pete's one of few in the 'media' that totally gets it re Pardew. (f***ing hates him)

I like Pete and appreciate his stance but I struggle to listen to bits about us on the Ramble when we've been s***, which is often. Usually end up just skipping through discussion of our matches.

I've listened every week but haven't bothered with this weeks for that exact reason.

Basically expresses his hatred for Carver, bats off any suggestion that it wasn't good Pardew left. Slags Ashley.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ilikenewcastle on Saturday 11 April 2015, 05:22:45 pm
Yeah, I don't mind Glendenning. He seems like he'd be good crack over a pint and whenever he talks about us/Sunderland he's pretty much always taking the p*ss.

I think Paul Sarahs on the WFPI is a really intelligent guy but he does come across quite arrogant at times, Dotun annoys me though the way he goes on.

Sarahs is pretty well informed, but he just sounds like he'd be unbearable in real life. And he tries to pronounce foreign players names 'properly'   :rant:
Dotun's a lot better these days, doesn't witter on as much as he used to.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: mattypnufc on Saturday 11 April 2015, 10:41:37 pm
New one looks to be on iTunes for those that way inclined.

Football related stuff until first break at 30mins, afterwards just us pissing about really.

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/seats-podcast-april-2015-stop/id473019191?i=339747078&mt=2
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Saturday 11 April 2015, 10:43:09 pm
Cheers Matty, you lads are always a good listen.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: mattypnufc on Saturday 11 April 2015, 10:53:44 pm
Cheers buddy. Hope it meets with approval. We invested in a new mic too so no more crackly s****.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: BillClinton on Sunday 12 April 2015, 01:43:20 am
I like Newcastle stuff on the Ramble because Pete's one of few in the 'media' that totally gets it re Pardew. (f***ing hates him)

I like Pete and appreciate his stance but I struggle to listen to bits about us on the Ramble when we've been s***, which is often. Usually end up just skipping through discussion of our matches.


 I've listened every week but haven't bothered with this weeks for that exact reason.

Basically expresses his hatred for Carver, bats off any suggestion that it wasn't good Pardew left. Slags Ashley.

:thup: might suck it up and try to listen then
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Sunday 12 April 2015, 02:04:54 am
I'm just listening now, definitely worth it.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Ian W on Monday 13 April 2015, 04:21:16 pm
Didn't know you did a podcast Matty, downloaded it for me journey home :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: La Parka on Monday 13 April 2015, 04:23:19 pm
ill dl too
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: mattypnufc on Thursday 21 May 2015, 05:48:03 pm
Our latest one is out for this who like this sort of thing.

We had Taylor & Besty and Caulkin on.  More a chat than a structured Podcast but a good laugh all the same.

http://level7seats.podomatic.com/entry/2015-05-21T08_45_21-07_00

Will be on iTunes at some point when it filters through.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: gdm on Thursday 21 May 2015, 05:59:37 pm
Our latest one is out for this who like this sort of thing.

We had Taylor & Besty and Caulkin on.  More a chat than a structured Podcast but a good laugh all the same.

http://level7seats.podomatic.com/entry/2015-05-21T08_45_21-07_00

Will be on iTunes at some point when it filters through.

It's on iTunes now
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Thursday 21 May 2015, 09:40:45 pm
Our latest one is out for this who like this sort of thing.

We had Taylor & Besty and Caulkin on.  More a chat than a structured Podcast but a good laugh all the same.

http://level7seats.podomatic.com/entry/2015-05-21T08_45_21-07_00

Will be on iTunes at some point when it filters through.

Good listen that lads.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: strongbow69 on Thursday 21 May 2015, 10:58:40 pm
Our latest one is out for this who like this sort of thing.

We had Taylor & Besty and Caulkin on.  More a chat than a structured Podcast but a good laugh all the same.

http://level7seats.podomatic.com/entry/2015-05-21T08_45_21-07_00

Will be on iTunes at some point when it filters through.

didnt expect george caulkins summation of the club to be so damning, good listen.

Good listen that lads.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: mattypnufc on Friday 22 May 2015, 12:21:08 am
Cheers. I was taken aback by how much George absolutely slammed the place. All of it entirely correct too.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: antz1uk on Friday 22 May 2015, 12:49:03 am
just listening to it, really enjoying it, between all the pint pots rattling  :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Geordiesned on Friday 22 May 2015, 09:27:33 am
Our latest one is out for this who like this sort of thing.

We had Taylor & Besty and Caulkin on.  More a chat than a structured Podcast but a good laugh all the same.

http://level7seats.podomatic.com/entry/2015-05-21T08_45_21-07_00

Will be on iTunes at some point when it filters through.

Listening now on iTunes. Good listen so far. :thup:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: mattypnufc on Friday 22 May 2015, 09:56:29 am
just listening to it, really enjoying it, between all the pint pots rattling  :lol:

Haha that was the aim really.  Wanted an authentic 'blokes in a pub talking about football' theme.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Tooj on Tuesday 3 May 2016, 07:27:26 pm
This has just started and if you're in into your Jorman football I'd highly recommend it. Not your typical weekly review style, but goes more in-depth around current topics.

https://twitter.com/tribunepodcast
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Wullie on Sunday 16 April 2017, 08:18:56 am
New "emergency" Tuesday Club released, should be worth a listen.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Astroblack on Friday 2 November 2018, 01:33:14 am
The Magic Sponge is a really good podcast. Heard about 10 of these. This one is class.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qErrcz6kpY&t=827s
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Darth Crooks on Monday 18 February 2019, 04:03:42 pm
LMG are pushing this for reviews and to keep people updated - please subscribe and it’s worth a listen.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nufc-outcast-londonmagpies/id1451500805?mt=2&uo=4

https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83YTRlMjgwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: ToonTastic on Tuesday 19 February 2019, 08:45:33 am
And Spotify

https://open.spotify.com/show/6d2VfuF6NQG7ZzaQMoTHTc?si=TBJcCR87RN6ZTsjkUhCYDg
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Papavasiliou on Tuesday 19 February 2019, 12:32:19 pm
Just started one called "The Offensive" on the same network as the Football Ramble. Into the 2nd episode now and it seems to be essentially The Thick of It but set in a fictional Premier League club.

Some nice digs in at Ashley already lol
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: gdm on Friday 22 February 2019, 08:09:55 pm
Just started one called "The Offensive" on the same network as the Football Ramble. Into the 2nd episode now and it seems to be essentially The Thick of It but set in a fictional Premier League club.

Some nice digs in at Ashley already lol

Thanks for this. Really enjoying it. One of the writers must be a Newcastle fan
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Yorkie on Thursday 28 February 2019, 09:06:27 am
Can highly recommend today's 5Live's Football Daily. Behind the scenes special on Bielsa and what he's done at Leeds so far. Fascinating character, didn't know much about him before this season.

Also includes a segment from Rob Price who's worked under both Bielsa and wor Rafa.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Yorkie on Wednesday 6 March 2019, 02:14:10 pm
Another recommendation; just listened to the True Faith podcast from 22nd January - interview with Simon Smith (goalie coach). Brilliant listen; fantastic Bobby and Rafa stories. Doesn't matter that it's over six weeks old.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Disco on Wednesday 6 March 2019, 03:14:43 pm
Another recommendation; just listened to the True Faith podcast from 22nd January - interview with Simon Smith (goalie coach). Brilliant listen; fantastic Bobby and Rafa stories. Doesn't matter that it's over six weeks old.

Can second this. Mates with someone he used to coach and he's supposed to be a really top bloke n all.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Papavasiliou on Wednesday 6 March 2019, 03:38:29 pm
Just started one called "The Offensive" on the same network as the Football Ramble. Into the 2nd episode now and it seems to be essentially The Thick of It but set in a fictional Premier League club.

Some nice digs in at Ashley already lol

Thanks for this. Really enjoying it. One of the writers must be a Newcastle fan

There's been some class little digs at Ashley throughout it.

Loving the constant footballer based puns too.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Darth Crooks on Wednesday 6 March 2019, 03:52:42 pm
https://anchor.fm/LMGOutcast
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Darth Crooks on Friday 22 March 2019, 09:10:33 am
Please listen and contribute https://anchor.fm/LMGOutcast/episodes/Outcast-5-NUFC-steal-2nd-bite-of-Cherries--Sliding-Doors-e3foj4
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Darth Crooks on Wednesday 17 April 2019, 02:46:16 pm
https://anchor.fm/LMGOutcast/episodes/Outcast-8-Foxes-Outfoxed-by-crafty-NUFC-e3o7cr
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Darth Crooks on Thursday 2 May 2019, 11:29:43 am
https://anchor.fm/LMGOutcast/episodes/Outcast-9-Hell-on-for-Saints-in-NE--Dull-at-Gulls--Rafas-SJP-bow-e3r4g9
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Darth Crooks on Thursday 9 May 2019, 03:53:49 pm
https://anchor.fm/LMGOutcast/episodes/Outcast-10-Liverpool-Blinder--Monkey--the-Organ-Grinder-e3vq0q
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Astroblack on Wednesday 4 September 2019, 03:50:23 pm
Some interesting stories on the new Stan Collymore podcast.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Fq2ZCj6o3k

G Nev goes in depth about his time in Valencia here. Really interesting stuff.

Listening to Carragher's one right now. Really insightful stuff.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Yorkie on Wednesday 4 September 2019, 10:26:07 pm
I just got a shout out on Set Piece Menu. :lol:
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: Gallowgate End on Thursday 5 September 2019, 05:02:59 pm
Listening to Carragher's one right now. Really insightful stuff.

Didn’t know Liverpool only lost 2 games in their near Title win under Rafa Benitez.
Title: Re: Football Podcasts
Post by: The Prophet on Thursday 5 September 2019, 08:52:17 pm
Is the Tifo podcast any good?