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4.5 stars from 3,988 ratings
Blatant Premier League Bias
You should be ashamed massive coverage about Newcastle and Steve Bruce BUT hardly a sideways glance at the fans, players and staff who at Sheffield Wednesday who have been shown no support or respect in this sorry episode.
The S12 Owl via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/17/19
Like a lot of other reviews, it’s getting worse and really hit and miss depending on pundits and reporters. What I expect in my “Football daily”. Change the name to Premier League daily. You rarely cover anything outside this. 1. Coverage of more teams than just the top four/six. Is it really...Read full review »
Cricket World Cup Champions via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/17/19
Shut it Sutton
Surely there’s a way to ask Chris Sutton to talk about football property, rather than raise his voice, throw out contrary comments and generally argue with no purpose. He’s draining to listen to. I’ve started to download again now the WWC is over
PeterRobertGarrett via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/10/19
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