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The Pod FC Episode 7: George Street Hooligans

Mark Houston March 5, 2015

It’s another week of The Pod FC, with host Adam Dow joined by Mark Houston, A-League columnist Joey Ratcliffe, and debutant on the podcast Jarrod “Hip Flask” Nelson. The boys discuss all of the football that took place over the weekend including: the Sydney Derby, fan violence, the battle at the top of the A-League,… Continue Reading »

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Coutinho took the headlines but Joe Allen was the difference against Man City

Mark Houston March 3, 2015

With injuries to captain Steven Gerrard and Brazilian Lucas Leiva – and Emre Can’s conversion to a centre-back – leaving Liverpool light on midfielders there was doubt that they would be able to cope with the power and guile of Manchester City’s central players. However, after playing 120 minutes in Turkey on Thursday night, Joe Allen… Continue Reading »

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Russell Crowe’s Leeds United?

Tyler Wakefield March 3, 2015

There has long been an Australian connection with Leeds United, with former Socceroos Mark Viduka and Harry Kewell making names for themselves in Yorkshire. However there’s a new Australian who could become a hero in the north of England, with media outlets whipped into a frenzy following a very vague indication of Russell Crowe’s interest… Continue Reading »

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The Pod FC Episode 6: School’s In Session

The Blog FC Staff February 19, 2015

The Pod FC is back for another week and host Adam Dow is joined by ever-present Mark Houston and ESPN FC’s Mike Wise, who makes his debut on the podcast. The boys run through the fallout from the Big Blue, discuss the issue of full-time referees in the A-League, take a look at the latest… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #9 – Gareth Bale

Adam Dow February 17, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #10 – Sergio Aguero

Thomas Stelzer February 16, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #11 – Xabi Alonso

Mark Houston February 13, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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The Pod FC Episode 5: Grievous Bodily Harmison

The Blog FC Staff February 12, 2015

After a lengthy break The Pod FC is back in 2015. Host Adam Dow is joined by Mark Houston for an intimate chat on all things football. A generous serving of Blog FC banter includes an Asian Cup review, A-League, Derby Day in the Premier League, Atleti’s win over Real, the African Cup of Nations,… Continue Reading »

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Felipe Caicedo brings European dreams back to Espanyol

Inside Spanish Football February 12, 2015

Inside Spanish Football statistician Javier J. Hernandez is back to discuss Espanyol’s incredible run of form that is being spearheaded by forgotten striker and former Manchester City man Felipe Caicedo. Espanyol are celebrating a 2014/2015 season reminiscent of their glory days back in 2006. The “other” club from Barcelona almost reached European grandeur in the… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #12 – Diego Godin

Mark Houston February 10, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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