The Sportageous Podcast brings you the most insightful and in-depth discussion on sports with athletes, sports personalities and sports professionals.
PCB CEO, Wasim Khan on tours to Pakistan, womens cricket and his journey to the top
We bring you an exclusive conversation with the CEO of the PCB, Wasim Khan.
Wasim shares the story of his journey from playing county cricket for Warwickshire to becoming CEO of Leicestershire CCC to currently the PCB. Emphasising the importance of his current regimes strategic plan, Wasim takes us through disabilities cricket, the women's game and the ICC Future Tours Programme, including an English Tour. Cricket fans this is one you don't want to miss!
Shaun Martyn on FairBreak and the future of women's cricket
In this episode of Sportageous Podcast, we bring you an exclusive conversation with Shaun Martyn, founder of Fairbreak Global.
FairBreak Global aims for a world where people have fair and equal access to opportunities that enable them to succeed in their chosen endeavour, independent of gender or geographical location through cricket.
Their mission is to create opportunities in sport, business, media, arts and education to achieve gender equality on a truly global scale. In this episode, Shaun shares his insights into the progress of the women's game, the ICC Women's T20 World cup, the Blackwell-Mir Trophy and more!
Get involved with FairBreak here: https://fairbreak.net/
Sue Strachan - President of Cricket Scotland
In this episode of Sportageous Podcast, we bring you our conversation with none other than the President-elect of Cricket Scotland, Sue Strachan.
Sue Strachan is a kidney doctor by-day, a masters squash champion, and now the president of Cricket Scotland.
In this episode, she shares her story of everything from mental health and wellbeing in sports, gender pay parity in squash versus cricket, and joining the leadership team at Cricket Scotland.
Neil Klerck on founding Tifo Football
In this episode of Sportageous Podcast, we bring you an insightful conversation with the founder of Tifo Football, Neil Klerck.
Neil shares the long journey of how he founded TIFO on YouTube, created consistent high-quality and engaging content until its recent sale to The Athletic.
To get in touch with Neil Klerck follow him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-kler...
Richard Pybus: Coaching Pakistan, Bangladesh and West Indies Cricket (Part 2)
In this episode of Sportageous Podcast, we bring you part 2 of our conversation with cricket coach extraordinaire, Richard Pybus. In part 1 Richard Pybus, shared the story of his own cricket career and his role in developing cricket at the domestic level in South Africa. This time around he talks about his time with Pakistan, Bangladesh and West Indies cricket as a coach and as the director of the West Indies Cricket Board.
We then talk about his new coaching platform, Cricketlab, which you can visit here: https://www.cricketlab.co/.
This is part two of our three-part series on Richard Pybus with our partners at Bullpen: https://www.bullpen.com.au/
MAAT SPORTS : Football from Africa to Europe
In this episode of Sportageous Podcast, we bring you a conversation with the founders of MAAT SPORTS, a football management company in Finland.
Musa Thompson and Adeolu Adediran founded MAAT sports to provide footballers, initially from Nigeria, but now across Africa and Europe with a support system to enable them to succeed in their careers during and after football.
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Definitely worth a listen
The interview style, the guests, and the content is top notch. Zushan and his team did a great job listening to, asking the right questions and entertaining the listener (me) at all times!
Well done, cant wait for the new shows!
Highly recommend even if you don’t enjoy sports
I was introduced to the podcast by a family member. I was initially skeptic as I’m probably the least sporting person ever, however, this podcast is completely different as it covers a wide range of sporting dynamics, not only the on-field discussions, but also what goes behind the camera, whether it is to do with sports business, philosophy, ideas and how it all integrates within the human community. It basically makes you understand why sports is important. I highly recommend it.