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The Game Football Podcast

By The Times

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Gab Marcotti and Natalie Sawyer bring you the premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers reviewing and previewing all the action from the greatest game in the world. You can subscribe to The Times and The Sunday Times to enjoy our award-winning journalism on your smartphone or tablet. Just search The Times online.

Customer Reviews

Good...but not convinced...

This is a very informative podcast with good guests, it's clear from the outset that The Times have thrown a lot of money at this to try and top the charts. Unfortunately, and whilst I think he's great on 5 Live's Fighting Talk, Danny Kelly just doesn't cut it for me. James Richardson at the Guardian podcast has far more wit, knowledge and general good presentation skills. Good try though Times, just try concentrating on paying a better presenter and he'll get you far more listeners than high profile guests will....

Top-rate journalism transfers from print to audio...

If you love quality Sports Journalism, not just reporting or rumour swapping, you will be enthralled by the depth of debate contained within these 'casts. Surely the best line-up of, knowledgable, reporters give great insight into the biggest talking point of the week without resorting to scandal brokering. The Times has the best Sports section of any of our daily's and it transfers from one medium to the other seamlessly. Top-stuff!

Surprisingly good

I was never a Danny Kelly fan and therefore expected the worst. However, this is genuinely good, mainly because Kelly doesn't try and be funny and generally controls himself and lets his usually excellent guests get a lot of airtime. Credit where credit is due.