The Sound Of Football Podcast

The Sound of Football is one of the longest running, truly independent football podcasts. Half an hour of anything and everything to do with the world of football every week. Listen to it for FREE either through this website or add our feed to your podcatcher of choice.

Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Sound Of Football Podcast 20 - Merry Christmas Mr Hughes

Only one topic up for discussion this week folks: Manchester City, Mark Hughes and the odious Garry Cook. Join Chris, Graham and Terry as we pick over the carcus that is Manchester City's reputation and assess new coach Roberto Mancini's chances of not getting sacked at the end of the season.

You can listen to the podcast here or if you right click on that link, you can download the MP3.

Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Extra podcast - Football Disaster Movie: An Onion Bag Christmas Podcast.

We are delighted to present to you Football Disaster Movie: An Onion Bag Christmas Podcast.

Burt "Two Phones" Anderson is a top transfer newshound for Sky Sports. On the night before Christmas he discovers that his only reliable source of insider information (the mysterious crackpot scientist Dr Julius Limbani) has dried up and is predicting the end of the World... of Football that is.

Determined to find out the truth, Burt seeks out Limbani and uncovers a terrifyling (and hopefully very funny) chain of events that could lead to catastrophe....

The podcast is written by the Sound Of Football's very own Terry Duffelen & Graham Sibley from the Onion Bag and features their own vocal "talents". The narrator is Chris Oakley our resident anchor from Some People Are On The Pitch. The podcast also features some very special guests.

The music and sound effects were obtained from the good people of Partners In Rhyme and PacDV Free Sound Effects.

We hope you enjoy the production and would be grateful for any feedback you can give in the comments section below. Please be aware that this podcast does contain the odd naughty word or three.

The Sound Of Football Podcast will return on Monday.

You can listen to the podcast here or if you right click on that link, you can download the MP3.

Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Sound Of Football Podcast 19 - The Premier League and European Competition

This week, Chris and Graham return their attention to the Premier League and discuss Arsenal's impressive away win at Anfield. The chaps also run their eye over the runners and riders in England's top flight and discuss an open season.

Next up is the Europa League and the fellas assess the prospects of the final round of group stage fixtures.

You can listen to the podcast here or if you right click on that link, you can download the MP3.

Monday, 7 December 2009

Sound Of Football Podcast 18 - World Cup and Champions League

Join us for another edition of the Sound Of Football Podcast. This week, the chaps discuss the World Cup Draw and look ahead to this week's Champions League fixtures.

You can listen to the podcast here or if you right click on that link, you can download the MP3.

Friday, 4 December 2009

World Cup Draw 2010: We did it our way...

With only a couple of hours to go before FIFA makes its draw for the 2010 World Cup Finals, we'd like to show you how the groups looked when *we* did our own version of the draw at the start of this week.

If you heard our podcast (Show 17), you'll know that Graham had worked out the seedings according to theory and logic (something FIFA did away with before announcing the official seedings this week) which just left us to pull the teams from the hat, so to speak.

And here for those of you that either want confirmation or simply can't beat to hear our podcast is the way our draw panned out:

GROUP A: South Africa, North Korea, Paraguay, Switzerland
GROUP B: England, USA, Cameroon, Serbia
GROUP C: Spain, Mexico, Denmark, Uruguay
GROUP D: Brazil, Ghana, New Zealand, Slovakia
GROUP E: Germany, Greece, Ivory Coast, South Korea
GROUP F: Italy, Netherlands, Chile, Japan
GROUP G: France, Honduras, Nigeria, Portugal
GROUP H: Argentina, Australia, Slovenia, Algeria

We're not seriously expecting any of these groups to actually be drawn by Sepp Blatter and his merry band of celebrities, but imagine if they did, eh? Wouldn't that make *us* a bit special? Well it could happen...