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World Soccer Talk

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World Soccer Talk Podcast is your weekly dose of talking about watching soccer on TV, online and apps. Co-hosted by Christopher Harris and Kartik Krishnaiyer, the show is the longest running soccer podcast on the planet (10+ years).

Customer Reviews

Awesome Job

I greatly enjoy the interviews. They add a personal touch and expose one to new perspectives about football.

Must Have Podcast for the Footie Fan

I am a fan of the radio show/review show Podcasts. I subscribe to all the major Football Podcasts, and listen to them religiously for updates and insights. That said, EPL Talk takes a different approach to the Football Podcast. The Gaffer lets the other Podcasts cover the gameweek reviews and caller driven formats. He brings us a weekly Football-centric interview. The interviews last between 30-45 minutes. It is a great addition to Podcast library. The Gaffer also brought the fans Podcasts from his odyssey to England. If you are a Yank like me, and have not been to a Premier League match yet, this is as close as you get. The sounds, the drama, you can almost see the sights and taste the pies!!! Bravo Gaffer!!!!

New host is awful

Used to love the fun relaxed nature of this podcast and its host (and now we go to White Hart Lane! Not literally...) but the new host has ruined the podcast. Each contribution he makes appears to be an attempt to out #hottake his last, and since he's the host it's difficult for the analysts to pull the conversation out of the gutter. The relaxed banter I enjoyed so much is gone and it's been replaced by shouting and condescension. I'll check back in to see if the host changes but until it does I won't be listening.

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  • Category: Professional
  • Language: English

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