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TIm Vickery Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

On this episode of the EPL Talk Podcast we welcome Tim Vickery, who picks up on some of the theses regarding player developed that we addressed with Andy Brassell two weeks ago. Then, Tim talks to us about some notable players in Brazil, talking about how their styles would fit into the Premier League. Then, we talk about Tim’s support of Spurs, the nature of being a club supporter, and how he found his way to Brazil.

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Tim Vickery Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

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On this episode of the EPL Talk Podcast we welcome Tim Vickery, who picks up on some of the theses regarding player developed that we addressed with Andy Brassell two weeks ago. Then, Tim talks to us about some notable players in Brazil, talking about how their styles would fit into the Premier League. Then, we talk about Tim’s support of Spurs, the nature of being a club supporter, and how he found his way to Brazil.

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, Tim Vickery 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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3 Responses to Tim Vickery Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

  1. Christian says:

    This interview was absolutely fantastic. Vickery takes a subject that I have little knowledge of, South American football, and not only wows me with his knowledge, but also presents his points in such a fashion to make it easy to understand. I can’t rave about this 45 minutes enough.

    • The Gaffer says:

      I agree Christian. It was a fantastic interview, and I learned a lot from listening to it. I especially liked the part where Tim talked about his father and the different type of influence he had on his son in terms of how he viewed soccer.

      I’m a bit biased here, but I don’t think you’ll find a better quality of soccer interviews on a consistent basis anywhere else than EPL Talk.

      Cheers,
      The Gaffer

  2. Richard Farley says:

    Hello all:

    In listening to the podcast today, I noticed that there was a bit of audio at the beginning of the interview where my introduction and Tim’s first response overlap. I have amended the file and uploaded a new version of the interview. For those who are curious, who may want to relisten at around the two minute mark, just as Tim starts talking.

    The rest of the interview was unaffected.

    If anybody ever notices a problem with any podcast you can email me at richardfarley aht gmail doht com.

    Christian: It sounds like you were just as excited for the interview as I was. I have to admit the interview was a test of restraint for me, as I would have loved to talk with Tim more about Copa Libertadores (which I write about at another site), the relative strength of the Chilean, Uruguayan and Argentine leagues, as was as the Ecuadorian and Venezuelan national teams, both of which I found very interesting at the end of qualifying (for divergent reasons).

    However, those topics will have to wait for another place.

    If people would have been interested in more South American football talk that was independent of the Premiership, please let us know.

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