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The Sound Of Football
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A podcast that gives you half hour of football chat every week
A podcast that gives you half hour of football chat every week

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Sound Of Football Podcast 300 - The triple century show
Summer is coming and with it a slew of competitions that don't really mean anything. Or do they? When does a hokey summer tournament turn into something that actually counts? All football tournaments are made up so how do we differentiate between the stuff ...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 299 - Integrity and the play-offs
While many sides are still battling for promotion or escaping relegation, when it gets to this stage of the season the majority of sides have little or nothing to play for. Except, that is, for "the Integrity of the League" - that old-fashioned concept that...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 298 - A Messi world
Is Lionel Messi the greatest footballer of all time? His performance in last Sunday's EL Clasico 3-2 victory for Barcelona at the Bernabeu could well be the finest individual performance ever seen. His winning goal, scored with just a few seconds of injury ...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 297 - Under new management
Harry Redknapp is back, having been swiftly appointed as Birmingham City manager following Gianfranco Zola's exit at the weekend. This piece of surprising news came just a few days after the announcement that Tony Adams had taken over as caretaker manager a...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 296 - Escaping the trapdoor
Squeaky bum time is here: titles are waiting to be taken, play-off places are being snapped-up and the sucking maw of the relegation trapdoor has groaned open. On this week's podcast, Graham, Terry and Jan get together to watch Crystal Palace (Terry's team)...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 295 - Having a flutter
The link between watching football and having a bet seems to be stronger than it ever was - half of the teams in the Premier League are sponsored by betting companies and the ad breaks during live matches are over-flowing with odds and options. With the wea...

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Sound Of Football 294 - National team fans v Non-league fans
As a pivotal international break draws to a close we find ourselves in reflective mood. By the time you've got to almost 300 podcasts, you might think there are few questions about football left to ask ourselves. However this week we stumbled upon a questio...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 293 - The Nations League
The Nations League is on its way - UEFA's solution to uncompetitive matches and too many unnecessary friendlies. A two-year cycle of promotion and relegation, a new alternative to qualification play-offs, and a shiny new cup for Europe's elite to battle for...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 292 - Rise of the VAR
The use of technology in football is something that this podcast has always viewed with a suspicious eye . Now, however, following a groundbreaking decision last year, the Video Assistant Referees (VARs) are on their way whether we like them or not. So is i...

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Sound Of Football Podcast 291 - With intent
Controversial actions and decisions are far from uncommon in football. The match between Manchester United and Bournemouth last weekend had more than usual. Many of the incidents, including the two most controversial, were seemingly missed by the referee bu...
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