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EPL Award Winners Announced in TV, Radio and Podcast Categories

Throughout the Premier League season, we’ve been spoiled with so many remarkable TV coverage, podcasts and radio shows to enhance our love of the beautiful game, so it’s perfect timing to reflect back and announce the winners of the 2011 EPL Awards in these categories.

From the best commentators to the best podcast shows and presenters, we recognize the best of the best according to you, the readers, and also the editor’s choice awards.

The third annual EPL Awards recognized the best of the 2010-11 Premier League season. Organized by EPL Talk, the voting began Monday, May 2 and closed May 22, 2011. Trusted since 2005, EPL Talk is the most popular Premier League blog in the world.

The final results are as follows:

Best EPL Podcast

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Football Weekly (43%),
  2. The Football Ramble (26%) and
  3. The Footy Show (11%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. Football Weekly

Best EPL Club Podcast

Reader’s Choice:

  1. The Tuesday Club (35%),
  2. Chelsea Football Fancast (34%) and
  3. The Spurs Show (12%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. The Spurs Show

Best EPL Podcast Presenter

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Alan Davies, Tuesday Club (35%),
  2. James Richardson, Football Weekly (34%) and
  3. Phil Cornwell, The Spurs Show (15%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. James Richardson, Football Weekly

Best EPL Podcast Pundit

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Keith Dover, Tuesday Club (44%),
  2. Barry Glendenning, Football Weekly (36%) and
  3. Raphael Honigstein, Football Weekly (17%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. Barry Glendenning

Best EPL Commentator

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Martin Tyler (52%),
  2. Ian Darke (14%) and
  3. Jim Proudfoot (9%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. Ian Darke

Best EPL Co-Commentator

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Andy Gray (23%),
  2. Alan Smith (17%) and
  3. David Pleat (10%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. Steve McManaman

Best EPL TV Feature Show

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Special 1 TV (53%),
  2. ESPNsoccernet Press Pass (16%) and
  3. BBC Football Focus (12%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. Special 1 TV

Best EPL Goal Highlights TV Show

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Match Of The Day (62%),
  2. Match Of The Day 2 (23%) and
  3. EPL Review Show (16%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. EPL Review Show

Best EPL TV Network Website

Reader’s Choice:

  1. BBC Sport (52%),
  2. ESPNsoccernet (26%) and
  3. SkySports (17%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. BBC Sport

Best Video Site

Reader’s Choice:

  1. 101 Great Goals (57%),
  2. Footy Tube (37%) and
  3. Soccer Clips (4%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. 101 Great Goals

Best EPL Radio Show

Reader’s Choice:

  1. Fighting Talk (66%),
  2. 606 Football Phone-In (10%) and
  3. World Football Phone-In (10%).

Editor’s Choice:

  1. World Football Phone-In

Congratulations to The Guardian who won three Editor’s Choice awards as well as one Reader’s Choice award. Plus, congratulations to all of the other award winners, which were thoroughly deserved. To find out the winners in the other categories, visit epltalk.com/2011-epl-awards

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Marcus

    May 23, 2011 at 10:43 am

    Seriously, where did you find these podcasts? Utter crap.

    • Ward Bond

      May 23, 2011 at 1:58 pm

      Tsk tsk, not a spud by any chance are we Marcus?

  2. Keith Dover

    May 23, 2011 at 3:21 am

    So when are you going to send us the trophies then ?

    • The Gaffer

      May 23, 2011 at 7:37 am

      Here’s a virtual pint! Congratulations.

      Cheers,
      The Gaffer

      • Keith Dover

        May 23, 2011 at 12:09 pm

        Oh that was nice can you put a dash of lime in the next one please

        • The Gaffer

          May 23, 2011 at 12:10 pm

          Coming right up, sir!

          Cheers,
          The Gaffer

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