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The Game Podcast

By Times Online

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Gab Marcotti and a selection of leading football writers give their thoughts and analysis on the latest events in football

Customer Reviews

No Danny, No Fun, No Thanks

Oh dear. Enjoyed every minute of last year's podcasts, but this certainly sucked the life out of me. Look out for a mention of "implied anti-trust law exemptions" after 23 and a half minutes. I'm not joking. Plus, that Martin Samuel is an incredibly humourless cove, isn't he? Given no mention of what the great Danny Kelly is up to, I presume he is going to re-unite the Fabio/Grooverider partnership over on Danny Baker's podcasts. If so, I'll look forward to this immensely, even if you have to put a few quid their way. At least The Guardian understands that you need to keep things a bit light (e.g. Senegalese wrestling bodyguards this week). Two stars awarded for the only interesting bit - the minute spent on the players to look out for this season.

The only footy podcast worth downloading - Marchotti and Balague are brilliant

A revelation. This is really interesting and witty - Marchotti and Balague clearly love the game and have thought deeply about it, the English league and psyche. You will hear no cliches coming from them, they ask interesting questions of the guests and provide their own interesting analysis and critique to Danny Kelly, who is a fine host -- a surprise to me as he normally comes across as a bit of an idiot on the radio. By far the best podcast I have come across, in any area of interest.

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!