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Press Box Confidential
The Football Writers’ Association and William Hill present ‘Press Box Confidential’. Paul McCarthy is joined each week by the biggest names in football journalism in the country to discuss the most memorable matches, moments and characters in the game. Where were they when Eric Cantona kung-fu kicked a Palace fan in the chest? How difficult was Fergie to handle? And what was it like being stuck in the same hotel as Coleen Rooney and the rest of the WAGs during a World Cup Final? Press Box Confidential gives you the stories behind the stories and those that never made it into...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 38 ratings
A great listen!
An interesting selection of guests covering some historic moments from the great game.
#GSBOut via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/27/20
3 great journalists, fascinating hearing background on such an iconic event. Looking forward to the next one via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/23/20
Great podcast
Paul’s knowledge of football and experience as a journalist definitely makes Press Box Confidential a must listen for any football fanatic
aijohnsun via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/14/20
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Published 07/10/21
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