Hold the Back Page: Episode 3

by The Podcast

In episode three of the Hold the Back Page podcast, your host Ciarán O’ Raghallaigh is joined as usual by the enjoyable Neil Ahern to discuss all the paper talk that has caught their eye this week, including departing managers, unsettled goalkeepers and cheating beanpoles.

The Guardian’s David Hytner is on the line to put an expert eye on the Premier League and discuss possible title challengers, Manchester City’s chances, the relegation battle and more.

Dundee United player Sean Dillon is here to talk to us about the big Scottish Premier League kick-off this weekend, can his side or someone else break the Glasgow grip-hold?

Back Page Football writer Richard Chambers is on the line to talk about the controversial Oriundi debate in Italian national football.

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5 Responses

  1. Kevin Coleman Kevin Coleman says:

    Apologies for the delay, listeners – various problems at each stage of the conveyor belt means its up late.

    Enjoy anyway, and let us know what you think!

  2. Ed says:

    sound quality is alot better in ITunes….am i the only one that thinks that? saw a few lads say that on various forums over the last 2 weeks, so maybe thats the reason, the quality when you link directly off the site is less than that on itunes…

    1. Kevin Coleman Kevin Coleman says:

      I presume it’s down to the player, the one on the site is just the normal WordPress one – itunes would have much better quality in their players…….

  3. Daniel says:

    Barstools?

    Oh fuck off.

    1. Anon says:

      how many of the 50,000 who turned up at the Aviva to watch United have seen the club in Manchester?

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