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The Game Football Podcast
The Game is the premier football podcast from The Times, with the finest writers previewing and reviewing all the action throughout the 2023/24 season. Twice a week, Gregor Robertson and Tom Clarke speak to the leading football writers from The Times and The Sunday Times, offering unparalleled analysis of the latest results and commentary on emerging issues. On Mondays, Alyson Rudd, Tom Roddy and Tony Cascarino review the weekend's action and on Thursdays Martin Samuel tackles the biggest issues of the week alongside the likes of Jonathan Northcroft and Ian...
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Ratings & Reviews
3.3 stars from 1,712 ratings
Podcast Gold
Tony Cascarino’s ‘relief’ comment was an absolute laugh out loud moment. I’ve got used to Tom Clarke hosting, does a good job and Martin is a great addition to the team. Keep it up!!
grahamsparshott via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/11/24
The podcast recently has lost a lot of energy and now is more similar to “old men yells at clouds” than real football analysis and commentating. I don’t really want to hear about the good ole days that we so often get out of Martin Samuel. Alyson Rudd also offers very little other than gut...Read full review »
Jambso via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/05/24
A Mainly Liverpool podcast
If you support Liverpool you may like this podcast. If not, don’t bother with it. Lots better out there. Try the guardian or totally football.
Cheese n pickle via Apple Podcasts · Thailand · 01/23/24
Recent Episodes
Genes count as three sons of former players star for Liverpool. As academy players are in the spotlight the team discuss the modern player, private education and clubs more holistic approach to their assets. Had Stan Bowles been a player now he may have had more help with gambling problems that...
Published 02/29/24
Published 02/29/24
Was it Captain Colossus, Klopp’s charisma or just really good academy players that got Liverpool over the line? Alyson Rudd was Nostradamus, highlighting last week the huge impact Virgil Van Dyke has on his Liverpool team. What now for Pochettino and Chelsea, wilting in extra time and still no...
Published 02/26/24
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