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Football Weekly

By The Guardian

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The Football Weekly pod squad bring you a twice-weekly dose of puns and punditry, news and analysis from the Premier League and beyond throughout the 2017-18 season

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It's lively, it's interesting, it's informative and most importantly, it's very, very funny. The host, James Richardson is king of the pun, and he and his cohorts have a great rapport. The podcast also succeeds because it doesn't focus purely on the premiership, it takes in other parts of europe as well as cherry picking the choicest bits of world football news. This is the one football podcast I couldn't do without.

King James & His Merry Men

An informative and witty bi-weekly round-up of the English Premier League, Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1. (Alas no mention of the Scottish Premier but despite being a Scotsman even I can admit it doesn't really merit a mention among Europe's elite in this podcast) Quick Who's Who Guide to the podcast contributors; The legend that is James Richardson - may be best remembered as the anchor for Football Italia, Bravo TV (UK)'s live coverage of Serie A, as well as Gazzetta Football Italia. His Merry Men include; Sean Ingle - sports editor of Guardian Unlimited Barry Glendenning - deputy sports editor of Guardian Unlimited Kevin McCarra - Guardian’s chief football correspondent Sid Lowe - Spanish football writer for Guardian Unlimited not too mention regular articles for World Soccer, FourFourTwo and the Telegraph. Raphael Honigstein - the Guardian's German football correspondent and Talksport's German expert ...and one or two others.

Very good

An entertaining half hour of chat, news and frivolity. Barry Glendenning seems to be coming in for a lot of stick on here but I find his contributions consistently amusing. James Richardson is your engaging host and his opinions are invariably spot on.