The Sound Of Football Podcast

Now in its 10th season, 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.

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Saturday, 29 May 2010

Meanwhile, on a rival podcast...

What connects The Sound of Football, dubiously-flavoured crisps, Sarah Cracknell and Kelly Dalglish? Answer: The TwoFootedTackle podcast!

Yes, once again The Sound of Football's Terry, Graham and Chris were invited along to join Gary Andrews and Chris Nee for a chinwag and a jolly old time discussing football.

As ever, we had a fabulous time being a little bit silly and ever-so-slightly immature as a great deal of hilarity ensued over the course of an hour or so. To hear the end result of the five of us chatting about the beautiful game like a bunch of 8-year-olds, visit the TwoFootedTackle website where you can download the MP3 in question or for the complete TFT experience, follow the guys on Twitter at @twofootedtackle or visit their Facebook fanpage.

Our thanks to Chris and Gary for inviting us to take part in their latest podcast.

Monday, 24 May 2010

Sound Of Football Podcast 39 - Champions League Final 2010

Chris and Graham present The Sound of Football's first ever '3-Way Special' for the 2010 Champions League Final.

In an innovative and possibly ill-judged move, we recorded a show before, during and after a big game - namely the battle between Inter and Bayern at the Bernabeu Stadium.

We assessed the key players, the coaches, the tactics - in fact the whole shooting match - before checking out some of the more amusing Twitter messages floating around on the web during the final, prior to reviewing the action after the event from Madrid.

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

Friday, 21 May 2010

Interview: Sir Geoff Hurst

To paraphrase Carlsberg's advertising campaign, we don't do interviews, but when we do, we generally pick only the finest people available.

And so it was that earlier this week we had the great good fortune to interview one of the legends of English football - Sir Geoff Hurst.

As Honorary West Ham Supporter for The Sound of Football, it seemed only fitting that Chris was sent along to talk about Sir Geoff's long and illustrious career as well as England's chances of winning the World Cup in 2010.

The interview took place at Porter Novelli in London to promote a new World Cup commemorative medal being launched by the Royal Mint. You can get your own medal for free by visiting the Royal Mint website, so hurry along and pick up your own lucky charm while stocks last!

Finally, before we let you hear the interview, we'd just like to say a huge thank you to our old friend at TwoFootedTackle, Chris Nee for inviting us along to meet Sir Geoff himself. We're truly very grateful.

So now on with the interview which you can listen to the podcast here or if you right click on that link, you can download the MP3.


Monday, 10 May 2010

Sound Of Football Podcast 38 - The Premier League is finally over

Back with a full compliment, the chaps breath a sigh of relief now that the Premier League is finally over. We praise Chelsea for their title victory, offer a warning to Tottenham not to get ahead of themselves and suggest that Europa League qualifcation for Manchester City may not be a bad thing after all.

There is also a fond farewell to Soccerjens.

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

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Sound Of Football Podcast 37 - Fulham reach the Europa League Finaarl

Sadly no Terry this week due to ill health, but Chris and Graham are back to review Crystal Palace's miraculous escape from relegation, plus there's a look at the final Premier League relegation situation, the Championship play-offs and a hearty pat on the back for Roy Hodgson's Fulham side.

There's also the answer to last week's competition where you could have won a gold car. What do you mean, you didn't enter?

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

(Oh and by the way - here's the picture Graham referred to during this week's podcast...)