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These Football Times
These Football Times
Traversing the world of football in search of the stories that matter, brought to you by expert journalists and guests. Check out our award-winning print magazine.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 66 ratings
Very good
Really good content from a knowledgeable group. Well researched and mostly seems well prepared. I agree with other reviews that Audio sometimes lets it down and some of this is avoidable. My other gripe is that sometimes there is excessive repetition of points and dwelling too long on subjects....Read full review »
AP0101 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/27/20
I particularly love the deep-down looks at the history of football - both the big tournaments, but also some more obscure stuff. I agree that some of the editing/production could use a little bit of work, but for the most part - this is a great podcast for those who love soccer - especially the...Read full review »
ROBLOX player MeBANANA000 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/17/20
Content, subjects, and guests are great. Production needs help. Audio is erratic, hard to hear some, breathing heard too much in some by host — audio irregularities are disappointing for so many episodes. Would be 5 stars with better audio.
Bradley28 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/09/20
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