Infuriatingly poorly researched
Fascinating topic with loads of potential but it seems the hosts just pitch up without any preparation or considered questions and are unable to react intelligently to what their guests say. Imagine interviewing someone like Ian Poulter and not even knowing if he’d done an autobiography, or even some basic background on his early golfing years so you can pose some pre thought out questions to get started. I like Robbie and Mathew but listening to this just made me angry at their laziness, especially with this quality of guests.
Puseygalore via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/05/21
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Great interview, thought Stef was well spoken and honest. An inspiration to us all. Although sometimes funny, Robbie’s constant Micky taking of Matthew is starting to get a bit boring and ruins key moments of the pod.
Greg93A via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/22/21
As a huge fan of the Ping Pong pod, it has been really good to see these two back together. Their chemistry is second to none and the way they fill each other’s gaps in knowledge is synergy at its finest. After a tough year and listening to the ping pong pod on repeat during a rough nights sleep...Read full review »
Bennyboy812 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/15/20
Great podcast. Matthew makes great points and Robbie adds humour. He doesn’t have to shoehorn that his son is at Manchester United’s academy or he was in the Class of ‘92 every podcast though!
Stephen 898 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/28/21
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