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Next EPL Talk Podcast: Paul Oakenfold

 Next EPL Talk Podcast: Paul Oakenfold

He’s the world’s most famous DJ. He’s opened for U2 and Madonna, and worked on records for New Order and The Happy Mondays. And, best of all, he’s a raving mad football fan. His name is Paul Oakenfold.

Learn more about his passion for football, what team he supports, and more during this fascinating interview, which is scheduled for release this Sunday night. Be sure to subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast via iTunes or this page today so you don’t miss this episode or any others.

Oakenfold also talks about what he thinks of Premiership coverage in the States, and discusses Fox Soccer Channel and Setanta Sports.

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2 Responses to Next EPL Talk Podcast: Paul Oakenfold

  1. Yannick says:

    Wow that’s pretty cool. I had no idea Paul was a big football fan.

  2. The Scout says:

    Didn’t he do some of the music for the EA Sports games?

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