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Shaka Hislop Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Shaka Hislop currently works as an analyst for ESPN, but before that he was a goalkeeper for Newcastle United, West Ham United, Reading, and Portsmouth. On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, the Trinidand and Tobago international – who represented that country at the 2006 World Cup – joins The Gaffer during ESPN’s Super Bowl at Sea cruise.

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Shaka Hislop Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

EPL Talk Podcast Logo draft 300x242 Shaka Hislop Interview:  EPL Talk Podcast

Shaka Hislop currently works as an analyst for ESPN, but before that he was a goalkeeper for Newcastle United, West Ham United, Reading, and Portsmouth. On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, the Trinidand and Tobago international – who represented that country at the 2006 World Cup – joins The Gaffer during ESPN’s Super Bowl at Sea cruise.

Don’t forget that the EPL Talk Podcast is the only Premier League interview and analysis podcast available for free. In the past few weeks, we’ve interviewed legends of the game such as Steve McManaman, Efan Ekoku, Martin Chivers, and Robbie Earle as well as experts such as Declan Hill, Simon Kuper, Misha Sher, Matt Dickinson, Andy Brassell and many others. Why pay $40 a year to rival podcasts when you can subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast for FREE featuring interviews with the biggest names in football?


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