Episode 47 of the podcast features an interview with Steve Banyard, one of the top football commentators in the Premiership. Banyard discusses his most memorable match he’s ever commentated, what a week is like preparing for an EPL match, his viewpoints on whether video technology should be used in matches, and his input on how commentating his changed over the years. Banyard also talks about his web site, SoccerCommentator.com

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In 2010, Steve Banyard wrote and produced a football anthem for the England national football team called “Let’s Hear It England” under the artist name ‘Commentators United’. It was published by The Prince’s Trust. The song features lines from well-known commentators including Martin Tyler, Clive Tyldesley, Guy Mowbray, Ian Darke, Jon Champion, Rob Hawthorne, Steve Wilson, Peter Drury, Simon Brotherton and the late Peter Brackley. The singing was done by the Cotswold Male Voice Choir. Banyard himself was a member of the choir for 5 years.

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