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EPL Talk Podcast: Bill Shankly and Don Revie

shankly revie 1965 fa cup EPL Talk Podcast: Bill Shankly and Don Revie

Alexander Caulfield and Kartik Krishnaiyer take a trip down memory lane in discussing the historic legacy and the managerial styles of both Bill Shankly (Liverpool) and Don Revie (Leeds United).

A must listen to show for fans of either club!

Be sure not to miss a single episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, the only Premier League interview show on the Internet. We have a long list of high-profile guests scheduled over the next weeks each with their own fascinating stories to tell. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast via iTunes or visit EPL Talk or the archives for the latest episodes.

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About Kartik Krishnaiyer

A lifelong lover of soccer, the beautiful game, he served from January 2010 until May 2013 as the Director of Communications and Public Relations for the North American Soccer League (NASL). Raised on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the old NASL, Krishnaiyer previously hosted the American Soccer Show on the Champions Soccer Radio Network, the Major League Soccer Talk podcast and the EPL Talk Podcast. His soccer writing has been featured by several media outlets including The Guardian and The Telegraph. He is the author of the book Blue With Envy about Manchester City FC.
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One Response to EPL Talk Podcast: Bill Shankly and Don Revie

  1. The Gaffer says:

    Excellent podcast episode by Alex and Kartik. If you didn’t get a chance to listen, I highly recommend that you do.

    On the topic of football history, are there any specific managers, games, players or stories that you would like the EPL Talk Podcast to analyze? Post your suggestions here.

    My suggestion is: The history of English football teams coming over to the United States for friendlies from the late 1800′s onwards. I don’t expect the hosts to have first-hand experience of these games, obviously. But it may make for an interesting topic of how preseason competitions such as the World Football Challenge are hardly new to these shores.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

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