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Listen to Inside Soccer, "Where the Football World Comes To Talk"

Many people believe, myself included, that there’s no better place in the world to follow the Premiership than in America. Sure, we’re thousands of miles away from the live action, but we have an incredible amount of live matches and programming to choose from.

So it’s a great pleasure to introduce a soccer show that many of you may not be familiar with. It’s called Inside Soccer and it’s hosted by two former professional players with a long history in the game, Brian Quinn and Brian Halliday.

The four hour show is broadcast every Saturday afternoon (2pm-6pm PT) and features interesting interviews and news about the world’s game. Taking a look at past interviewees, Inside Soccer has an impressive repertoire of guests that have included Sir Alex Ferguson, Gordon Strachan, Marcus Hahnemann, Lawrie Sanchez and many more.

Yours truly was interviewed this past Saturday on the topic of why EPL Talk was created, my thoughts regarding a few of the clubs in the Premiership and what the future holds for the EPL Talk business.

Listen to the interview on Inside Soccer here.

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    October 17, 2006 at 3:31 am

    America (or ESPN more to the point) allows Tommy Smyth to force the footballing world to turn the sound down to avoid his “analysis” of the matches. He has worst in the world sewn up by a country mile.

  2. Anonymous

    October 17, 2006 at 1:05 am

    What, only 40 hours a week? You’re slacking Gaffer!

    TT

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