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Comedian and England Fusal International Josh Pugh talks 55 Years years of hurt and England's Euro 2020 journey. In what should have been Sam Michael and Josh zoom calling each other live from a 48 hour bender celebrating football coming home, a slightly worse-for-wear pair of comics come to terms with England's Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy. The…
 
The Gaffer himself, comedian and Twitch streamer Bilal Zafar talks all things PES United. Since lockdown came along in 2020 and live comedy ended up as null and voided just as League 1 & League 2; Bilal Zafar took to Twitch where he started the new interactive-improvised-comedy Hot Peppsy, where he plays the slightly disturbed football manager of P…
 
Comedian and Gunners fan Jamie D'Souza got into football at the age of 11 and as the 'The Invincible' came to the end of their reign... So Jamie talks about how it's all been downhill for Arsenal ever since. We talk Saka's chances of making an impression for England at the Euros, if Arteta is the man to bring home the Premier League title (or even …
 
Comedian and highly regarded MC of comedy nights/Richard Cresswell after dinner speeches Jonathan Elston talks all things Rotherham Utd. A fan of The Millers since he was a child, which was natural growing up in the streets of *checks notes* Croydon... Jonathan looks back on what has sadly been a not-so-successful year for Rotherham, whilst reminis…
 
Comedian Andrew White grew up in a family of Cherries fans, including his Nan (AKA Nan Kermorgant!) a Vitality Stadium legend. A fan since childhood, Andrew has seen his club go from a relegation battle in League 2 to 4 seasons in the Premier League, even finishing as high as 9th in the top flight. We also talk about bizarre job of football mascots…
 
North Yorkshire's own Maisie Adam talks about all things LEEDS! LEEDS! LEEDS! As seen on Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week, Would I Lie To You and many other TV comedy shows, Maisie Adam is one of the hottest acts in the UK at the moment, so it's only natural she supports one of the hottest teams in England right now, the mighty whites! We tal…
 
In this special episode of Sam Michael is joined by comedians Jamie D'Souza, Dan Fitzhenry and Lee Hudson and discuss the craziest 48 hours in English football since the Three Lions won a penalty shootout at World Cup 2018. How did football change for the worse and how, now the fiasco is over, will English and European football change going forward…
 
Comedian, former Ice Cream Seller and CAPS LOCK lover Martin Wratten talks all things Pompey FC. As Portsmouth's youngest 'life time season ticket holder' - Martin has pretty much seen it all at Fratton Park, from League 1 and League Trophy campaigns to FA Cup glory and Europe. We also talk about the time we gigged for the Michael family off Goggle…
 
Comedy legend Mike Fenton Stevens, who's graced our screens for over 4 decades, talks all things Manchester United. Appearing in programmes such as Only Fools And Horses, Outnumbered and Mr Bean (to name SO few!) there's plenty of comedy chat as we cover his amazing career and how he's worked along side some of the greatest comedians and actors of …
 
Paul Cooper, who starred in BBC's Three's This Country as Martin Mucklowe talks about Fulham FC. Father of comedian and writer Daisy May Cooper and father to her comedy creation Kerrie Mucklowe in the show, talks about his love for football which lead to being part of the team that created The Children's Football Alliance, who have done amazing wor…
 
Comedian, writer and Merseyside lass Sam Whyte talks optimistically about the future of Everton Football Club, tears into the Toffee Lady's mints and talks about the time she met Neville Southall as the team's Mascot when she was a child. We also discuss the magic of 'proper football grounds' and enjoy a nostalgic trip back to the early days of the…
 
Comedian Joseph Parsons talks all things Bristol City FC whilst refusing Sam Michael's bait to say anything bad about 'rivals' Bristol Rovers (what a nice guy!) and he is also optimistic for the Robin's promotion to the Premier League... Joseph also talks about his experiences in regards to homophobic chants and actions in the terraces and how they…
 
Comedian and MC Mark Olver talks about the 30 year wait for Liverpool to lift their 19th English League title and first Premier League trophy. A fan for more than 30 years, Mark Olver shares with us his fantasy 5-a-side Liverpool team of unsung heroes and also his 5-a-side football team of ex-housemates. His housemates over the years being comedian…
 
Comedian and Brentford FC fan Nathan Caton talks about the 2020 Championship play-off final defeat to rivals Fulham and says goodbye to the legendary Griffin Park. The recorded video version of this episode can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIw-HKMl6jg Returning from a goodbye tour of Griffin Park, Nathan Caton as seen on Live at t…
 
Being in his 20's Leicester-born comedian Jack Topher has been a Leicester City season ticket holder through the highest and the lowest moment of The Fox's 135+ history. Jack relives the one and only season Leicester spent in the third tier of English football and how they rose from League 1 to Premier League champions and UEFA Champions League foo…
 
Moss Side born Lew Fitz (that's Lew, not Lewis) as seen and heard on BBC Three and BBC Radio 4 talks about the rise and rise of Manchester CIty. Growing up in a family full of "Reds" - Lew talks about why in Manchester United's 1998/99 treble-winning season he decided to choose (then) Division 1 side Man City over arguably the greatest team in the …
 
Although he was raised in the east end of London, David Alfie Ward's football loyalties lie in the north of the capital with Tottenham Hotspur. As heard on talkSPORT and The Fighting Cock podcast, David talks us through that infamous Champions League semi-final night (which he nearly missed!) in Amsterdam, where a Lucas Moura 96 minute goal offered…
 
Veteran comedian and veteran Blues fan Graeme Coulam talks about supporting Chelsea through thick and think - from their struggles in old Division 2 to Premier League and Champions League winners, While gigging on the comedy circuit in the late 80's, Graeme's green-room peers and car-share pals included the likes of Micky Flanagan, Graeme Norton an…
 
West Brom striker Charlie Austin joins Sam Michael for the second part of the Comedians Talking About Football Lockdown Special Podcasts to talk about what professional footballers are up to during lockdown and how he's prepared for a promotion battle at any given moment. He also gives he thoughts on possibility of playing the remainder of the seas…
 
Dan Fitzhenry, or Fitz as we know him is the first guest on the podcast to defend being a Manchester United fan living in the South of England! From Eric Cantona, to the treble winning squad of 1998/99 and uncertain times after Sir Alex Ferguson's departure; Fitz, who's supported the likes of Stewart Francis on tour and is renowned nation-wide for …
 
Jon Matthews, and that's Jon, not John ("He's so good he don't need the 'h'.- Simon Munnery) talks about his love for Southampton FC We relive the Saints 2000's rollercoaster ride from the Premiership down to League 1 and back up to nearly a decade in the top flight of English football. We take a look at what Matt Le Tissier COULD have bought to Gl…
 
As Coronavirus/COVID-19 has suspended the Premier League and EFL, this special episode of Comedians Talking About Football gathers the thoughts of Harvey Hawkins, Matt Hobbs, Andy Gleeks, David Jefferies, Laura Fell, Lee Hudson and Jon Matthews to try and work out just what happens next with football and how to fill the void left by football at 3pm…
 
We start the Comedians Talking About Football Podcast in the same way every Merlin Premier League Sticker Album started, with Arsenal. BBC New Comedian of the Year finalist and hit BBC Sounds Podcast host Jacob Hawley talks about his life-long commitment to The Gunners. From hating the 'aggressive' colour red, to 'The invincibles' to the upsetting …
 
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