The Sound Of Football Podcast

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Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Sound Of Football Podcast 274 - South London Fussball and the Saturday TV Blackout

Terry and Jan return for another edition of the Sound Of Football podcast.This week we discuss the Saturday afternoon TV blackout in the UK.

While enjoying an afternoon in the pub watching the Bundesliga Konferenz in south London. We ask why are we unable to watch live English football in the Saturday afternoon slot and we consider whether or not this would be a good thing.

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



Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Sound Of Football Podcast 273 - Red Monday




Terry and Jan are back for another dose of feisty football opinions. The topic this week is the Manchester United v Liverpool game and its relegation to a Monday night TV slot ahead of the Champions League.

Fans of both clubs don’t need reminding that neither team is in the premier European competition this year. Jan and Terry examine the recent history of both clubs, wondering to what extent they are in decline and if so, how far will that decline take them.

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

Thursday, 13 October 2016

Sound Of Football Podcast 272 - England, Gareth and Saint Wayne


Graham Sibley is on holiday for the next few weeks so it falls to Terry Duffelen and Jan Bilton to keep this mighty podcasting ship of state afloat. Join us as we recap and try to make sense of the latest doings in Englandland.

Terry and Jan try to draw a straight line between Big Sam’s debagging, Gareth Southgate’s initiation and Wayne Rooney’s humiliation. We also postulate as to whether there is a single constituent at whose door we can lay the blame for all England's problems? Because, like so many of our compatriots, we love easy answers and finger pointing.

We also have some listener feedback and some corrections and clarifications.

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