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.

Thursday, 31 May 2012

Sound Of Football Podcast 117 - Euro 2012 Preview. (WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS)

Join Graham Sibley, Terry Duffelen and Chris Oakley for our unique Euro 2012 preview. As with our World Cup 2010 preview we have decided to predict the of come of the tournament on a round by round basis and for added excitement devised an unusual method of determining the outcome of the winner.

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Monday, 14 May 2012

Sound Of Football Podcast 116 - Season Finale

In our final podcast of the regular season, the chaps reflect on an eventful season in England and abroad. We ask if there is anything wrong in paying for a league title, compare Manchester City's success to other suddenly monied clubs like Blackburn and Chelsea and take a look at the notable achievements in the Premier League this season. There is even time to squeeze in a little Bundesliga chat as well.

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Monday, 7 May 2012

Sound Of Football Podcast 115 - What makes for a competitive league?

This week, the chaps consider what elements are required for a truly competitive European Football League. With the Italian, German and Spanish Leagues decided, only England and France will decide their titles winners on the last game of the season. Are these league's set up better that the others? What does it mean to have a truly competitive domestic league and what will it take to achieve this?

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

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Sound Of Football Podcast 114a - Moving house

In this bonus issue of the Sound Of Football, the chaps reflect upon the consequences of football clubs moving to new stadiums, starting with Chelsea's proposed move to London.

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