The French Scrumhalf of Podcasting
There are two types of (English) rugby fan. One believes it's the greatest of all sports, most holier than of all things, complete with its own exceptionally fun way (see; "banter") of viewing the world and oddly loves James Haskell and Andy Goode for the lions jokes. If you're one of these, don't listen to this pod. If you understand professional union is a flawed beast, that you can both love and despair simultaneously, that games can be valued by the quality of the shirt or mascot as much as anything else, that Saracens are the Borg, the CPC is the greatest of shames, that Welsh rugby is by and large going terribly and that there is no way to not crush hard of French 9s, then this is for you. Dai Young, Dai Young, Dai Young!Read full review »
Lancaster Cat via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/03/17
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Two grumpy but loveable men in the balcony seats chuntering on about the good, bad and ugly of the rugby week. Do expect: regular haskelling, wails of Welsh lamentation, fruity language. Don't expect: lavish praise of French conditioning, welsh coaching or Jules Plisson.Read full review »
Stephentdavies via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/04/17
Imagine if every rugby related thought you have ever had, had been extracted from your brain, synthesised, and then delivered back at you in a slightly more structured and side splitting manner. This is that, but in a podcast format.
The_Baptist via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/09/16
I say this because there will be various times during this podcast where Lee or Josh will have me in stitches with laughter - I likely look pretty silly as I snigger with my headphones on the Central Line in the morning. There is a tinge of the "grumpy old men" to it, and co-host Josh...Read full review »
AV427 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/28/16
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