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Rodger Armstrong
The Blue Half Podcast
45 minutes of Everton chat with special guests.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 25 ratings
Thoroughly Enjoyed!
As an Evertonian living in Atlanta, USA, I thoroughly enjoyed this episode! One of the hardest things about leaving 31 years ago, was leaving my Blues 💙. Thank you for reaching out to those of us who watch and cheer from a distance! #COYB
BridgetTheBrit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/27/20
Stop thinking you know more than the people who actually run the club
Wj mc lee via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/24/20
Very enjoyable.
I really enjoyed the first podcast and thought Rodger did a fabulous job. It was interesting to hear David Maddock talk about Everton from the media's viewpoint. I'm looking forward to listening to future podcasts.Read full review »
Blue Kipper via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/10/20
Recent Episodes
"Culture Club" This week @rodgerarmstrong talks to Shaun, David & Sarah from @mintisculture to explore the culture of Don Carlo's #EFC and how it can develop locally and globally. Lots of great ideas we hope the Club can use to build the Royal Blue Brand
Published 11/26/20
Brace! Brace! @rodgerarmstrong talks to Paul Bracewell. After winning the League and the ECWC in his first season at Everton, there's no doubt that the injury suffered on New Year's Day 1986 at Newcastle cut "Brace" down in his prime. We talk about his time at Everton, the rest of his playing...
Published 11/19/20
"Food for Thought" In the welcome respite of the International Break for #EFC fans @rodgerarmstrong talks to @DavefcKelly about his fantastic work with @SFoodbanks Established over 5 years ago this is a project fans of all clubs can get behind #HungerDoesntWearClubColours
Published 11/11/20
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