Also on offer in the podcast world is the always-entertaining Football Ramble or the more serious but very informative Spanish Football Podcast. Anumber of excellent club-specific titles are also heavily subscribed to, such as The Anfield Wrap, Arsecast and TheRant Cast from United Rant. Others such as Football Weekly and Men In Blazers have sold out ticketed live shows. In the written sphere, it’s similar. Football tactics in particular has been a boom area. Michael Cox’s Zonal Marking is incredibly popular, Sam Tighe’s work at Bleacher Report is a favourite of readers here and countless of the inquisitively minded have read Jonathan Wilson’s Inverting the Pyramid. Beyond tactics, the “Far-Flung Adventures” series from The Set Piecesappears to be developing a strong following, and in the realm of video, Copa90′s regular forays into fan culture are well received. These are not meant to be ringing endorsements of the aforementioned titles above others; it’s simply a selection of the work this writer has come across. The striking thing, though, is that their popularity does not seem to be only tied into the popularity of football, but also into the demand for football discussion to be taken to another level. Jurgen Klopp is so easy to listen to. check hereclick here for moreDon’t really want the game to start.
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