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Offline Gash?

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Football Podcasts
« 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?

Offline ponsaelius

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« Reply #1 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.
Before that why didn't the Wigan fans just walk the the Stewart's, the Stewart's only went up to the touchline, their was a big gap between the end of the Stewart's and the stand they could have walked through.
God man replacement's don't have to 100% of best to 100% of a replacement.
The are both white, both intellects, both middle class, both the typical 'people who would have thought could never do such a thing ', all traits of a Psychopath.

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« Reply #2 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.

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« Reply #3 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.

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« Reply #4 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.

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« Reply #5 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.
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« Reply #6 on: Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:57:43 pm »
Never listened to the 442 one. Shall give it a blast next week.

Offline jdckelly

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« Reply #7 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

Offline ponsaelius

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« Reply #8 on: Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:59:27 pm »
The Guardian one bores me to death.
Before that why didn't the Wigan fans just walk the the Stewart's, the Stewart's only went up to the touchline, their was a big gap between the end of the Stewart's and the stand they could have walked through.
God man replacement's don't have to 100% of best to 100% of a replacement.
The are both white, both intellects, both middle class, both the typical 'people who would have thought could never do such a thing ', all traits of a Psychopath.

ObiChrisKenobi

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« Reply #9 on: Saturday 18 December 2010, 08:59:29 pm »
Its alreet like, has a Geordie on it.  :lol:

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« Reply #10 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?

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« Reply #11 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.

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« Reply #12 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.

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« Reply #13 on: Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:03:56 pm »
Fighting Talk is good.
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« Reply #14 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.

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« Reply #15 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.
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« Reply #16 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!

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« Reply #17 on: Saturday 18 December 2010, 09:31:34 pm »
Alan Davies' Arsenal Podcast is great.

Offline ponsaelius

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« Reply #18 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.
Before that why didn't the Wigan fans just walk the the Stewart's, the Stewart's only went up to the touchline, their was a big gap between the end of the Stewart's and the stand they could have walked through.
God man replacement's don't have to 100% of best to 100% of a replacement.
The are both white, both intellects, both middle class, both the typical 'people who would have thought could never do such a thing ', all traits of a Psychopath.

Offline Ketsbaia

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« Reply #19 on: Sunday 19 December 2010, 02:48:54 am »
Football Ramble and World Football. Occasionally The Guardian.

Offline Ameritoon

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« Reply #20 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.

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« Reply #21 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.

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« Reply #22 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.

Offline ponsaelius

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« Reply #23 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.
Before that why didn't the Wigan fans just walk the the Stewart's, the Stewart's only went up to the touchline, their was a big gap between the end of the Stewart's and the stand they could have walked through.
God man replacement's don't have to 100% of best to 100% of a replacement.
The are both white, both intellects, both middle class, both the typical 'people who would have thought could never do such a thing ', all traits of a Psychopath.

Offline Ketsbaia

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« Reply #24 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.