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Netflix’s Wrexham documentary, Hulu raising prices and ATA Football’s slick production: World Soccer Talk Podcast

In the NEW episode, number 199, Christopher Harris and co-host Kartik Krishnaiyer cover a range of topics including:

• We have our preview of this weekend’s must-watch games,
• Our thoughts about Netflix’s Wrexham documentary,
• News about another price rise from a streaming service,
• What we love about Ata Football’s coverage of women’s soccer,
• Plus letters from you, the listeners, in our mailbag section.

Listen to the show via the player above or via this link.

Launched in 2006, the World Soccer Talk Podcast is the longest running podcast on the planet. Every week, we share the latest news about watching soccer on television and streaming, in addition to discussing what we like and dislike, and featuring your questions and feedback in our Listener Mailbag segment.

HEAR MORE: Listen to our archive featuring hundreds of soccer interviews

Send in your questions, comments and feedback via e-mail web@worldsoccertalk.com, via Twitter (@worldsoccertalk) or Facebook. We’ll read them out on-air in the next episode.

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7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. rkujay

    November 24, 2020 at 7:14 am

    I get all channels. ALL of them, on my ‘media’ player.

  2. Pelejr

    November 23, 2020 at 8:46 pm

    How do you get two hundred channels? Nvidia shield pro is a media player not a channel provider.

  3. rkujay

    November 23, 2020 at 7:11 am

    This dinosaur dumped the cable. Left the high speed internet for less than $80. Bought an Nvidia shield pro for $180. As reliable as cable. Two hundred channels and ‘everything’ is on.

  4. JP

    November 22, 2020 at 10:11 am

    Is the a average cable bill of over $200 including internet and phone costs in the bundle? That’s about what I pay now for the bundle including DVR equipment costs etc. Every time I research cutting the cord the savings don’t amount to much given what internet would be and the mixing of streaming to obtain all the necessary RSN’s along with beIN and a few other channels.
    Cable is still more reliable and convenient for dinosaurs like myself (over 40) and the small extra cost is worth it.

  5. me

    November 22, 2020 at 2:51 am

    The Nations League doesn’t matter because it’s essentially still meaningless and glorified friendlies… just repackaged to look like a tournament.

    Living in Europe myself, I can confirm that the interest in Nations League matches is pretty low.

  6. Don

    November 20, 2020 at 9:40 am

    Today Friday the 20th the Indian Super League kicked off. I love how they have a match every day and two matches on Sundays.
    I was wondering what you think of their format as it basically follows the format of IPL Cricket.

  7. Don

    November 19, 2020 at 5:42 pm

    The issue with Nations League just like with any other League is we only discuss the top teams.

    I for one was glued Wednesday to the 1st half of the Russia vs Serbia match when Serbia took the monster lead going into half; I immediately turned to Hungary vs Turkey for their 2nd half. The Joy and the frustration for those 4 fan bases would’ve been fascinating to watch but with no fans in the stands we won’t know.

    Knowing Russia was gonna lose and thus making Hungary the winner of the group with a Win or Draw; Turkey the winner of the group with a win a draw would see them stay in the same group level or a loss would then go down.

    All the possibilities happened where we not only got Hungary moving up but Turkey moved down and Serbia with the hail Mary will stay in League B.

    Tell me again how Nations League doesn’t matter?

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