Football Fives Podcast
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A weekly football podcast by David Hartrick, Daniel Storey, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee.
||ExplicitQuiztopher Wreh||At least one of the members of the Football Fives Podcast panel has never really understood the popularity of our quiz episodes. Nevertheless, popular they are. So it's good news that this week's show is a return to the world of football trivia. Yes, it's||22 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitOwen Hargreaves||Injuries are fun, aren't they? Well, not fun as such. But interesting. Sometimes. This week's Football Fives Podcast is all about the treatment room, where you'll find five questions related to bashes, snaps, breaks, slaps and tears. Both kinds. First up:||16 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitClaudio Ranieri||The Football Fives Podcast is a three-hander this week because of Chris Nee's work commitments, but don't get too excited - his absence is a temporary one. Daniel Storey, David Hartrick and Ryan Keaney hold the fort admirably with a topic we've not covere||9 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSean O'Driscoll||Football is a broad church. On the one hand, the world's elite leagues are awash with cash, endlessly exposed to the world and subject to the maximum amount of waft and waffle. Oh, and often sensational football, which is kind of a good thing if you ask u||3 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitZinedine Zidane||It's another wide-ranging Football Fives Podcast this week, with David Hartrick back in action for good measure. The format is simple: four men answering five questions about one game: the game of the association footballs. Dave is joined by Daniel Storey||27 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDavid Moyes||David Hartrick is injured. I know, right? We miss him. But his loss is greater, for this week's Football Fives Podcast is a groundbreaking affair in which Ryan Keaney's latest "blind episode" - in which the rest of the panel tackle five football questions||19 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitJules Rimet||The loss of Graham Taylor has taken the wind out of our sails, and unfortunately this week's Football Fives Podcast was recorded before the news. You can rest assured we'd have been speaking about him if we'd had the opportunity. Nevertheless, here we are||12 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMark Crossley||When listener Ashley Connick suggested the topic of penalties for this week's Football Fives Podcast, three of us were delighted. The other? Shocked that one of our listeners opened up a subject that wasn't bloody awful. So we went with it, and this week'||5 1 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGraeme Souness||While other football podcasts have either had the good grace to disappear over Christmas or have chosen to give you good stuff for free, the Football Fives Podcast is dragging its toes through the sludge at the bottom of the barrel and delivering whatever||29 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSanta Claus||Ho ho ho! It's, like, three days until Christmas. You didn't know, did you? That's because Sunday Christmas is a right old stitch-up. Some of the Football Fives Podcast team haven't even put their Christmas trees up yet, such is the fleeting nature of thi||22 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitPackie Bonner||It's five-a-side team week again here at the Football Fives Podcast, and this time we put the subject out to a public vote. An Irish team was the resounding winner, and so this episode of the show is our chance to build our ultimate team from Irelands Nor||9 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGary Neville||Football and the media. Isn't it? Mmm. In this week's Football Fives Podcast we're going back in on the beautiful game's rather less enticing mediascape, inspired by Gary Neville's set-to with members of the fourth estate last week. So, where better to be||1 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitStefan Ilsanker||Regular Football Fives Podcast listeners will be aware of our tendency to prioritise the obscure in the face of pressure to embrace mainstream topics. In this week's show we've taken our preference for the niche questions by talking about the flashest pla||24 11 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSir David Beckham||When you get four men in their thirties together there's not always a lot that unites them. Their politics will differ. Their music taste will differ, as will their taste in films, their taste in books and their taste in...well, food and that. And their f||17 11 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSteve Chettle||The Football Fives Podcast is at full-strength this week and we even had time to prepare for a specific topic, for once. The strikers among us are setting aside our differences with the folk on the other side of the game, talking as we are about defending||3 11 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGraham Taylor||Well, it's all kicking off in the Premier League, isn't it? Jose Mourinho's not a happy man and the world has to hear about it at every opportunity. The Football Fives Podcast isn't inclined to indulge him, but his influence tees up the first question of||28 10 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGunnar Nordahl||Whether or not our interest has continued into adulthood, there's a generation of football supporters in England with a disproportionately affectionate nostalgia for Serie A, the storied and celebrated top flight of Italian football. This week's Football||21 10 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFrancesco Totti||What football supporter doesn't dream of owning a club? Not a one, that's what one, or something. In this week's Football Fives Podcast, David Hartrick challenges the rest of the panel with his latest blind episode, by which we mean not that our eyes are||13 10 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitPaul Gascoigne||We've got a few formats we like to throw our "Fives" name behind, and one of them is a five-question review of a football tournament from years gone by. What with three of us being England supporters - and two of us just a year or two too young to remembe||6 10 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitGarth Crooks||When an England manager loses his job after just one game, it's always going to be worth abandoning one's existing plans and talking at length about his demise on a podcast. In this week's Football Fives we do exactly that, picking over the carcass of Sam||29 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitLuka Modrić||Back once again with the ill behaviour, it's the Football Fives Podcast. We're back to our customary four-hander this week with Chris Nee's return from the brink of technological oblivion, so we decided to mark the occasion by doing next to no preparation||23 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWayne Lineker||With reluctant apologies for some of the sound quality (free podcasts sometimes can't do much about technical problems - you know how it is) Football Fives is delighted to unveil its latest weekly podcast episode about football things and that. This week||16 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRobert Mak||In a move that's almost guaranteed to ensure that the Football Fives Podcast falls flat before its time, this week's episode is a typhoon of self-referential nonsense. It's a year or two too soon for that kind of thing, but there you go. We're a man down||8 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMichail Antonio||Yes, yes. We're a day late again. Sorry. (We're not.) It's all about international football this week and it's international football where we put our focus in this, the latest episode of the Football Fives Podcast. Daniel Storey is too busy to talk to th||2 9 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitKarl-Heinz Rummenigge||This week's Football Fives Podcast puts the spotlight on the serious side of the game, so we're sorry about that. The full panel is present to talk morals, standards and scandals in what begin as one of our 'anything goes' episodes but took a sinister tur||26 8 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
What's great about this podcast is that it's not about current football issues particularly, it's just really interesting debates and questions by people who really know their stuff. I listen every week and it's always enjoyable, the atmosphere is clearly one of warmth, and I've found that I've learned a lot as well as it being a great way to pass an hour each week.
A must listen
I originally rambled on and fawned about much I enjoyed this podcast and the guys that do it, but instead I'll just say that it was four episodes in when I first downloaded them, I listened to them in a row and they've become part of my weekly routine on my commute from work.
Really funny, informative and some good ideas that get you thinking - also some good topics and opinions on teams such as MK Dons etc etc.
(Plus I find myself chuckling like an idiot at the smutty comments from Daniel Storey)
I hear it's Bobby Zamora's favourite podcast