25 episodes

A weekly football podcast by David Hartrick, Daniel Storey, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee.

Football Fives Podcast Football Fives Podcast

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    • 4.9 • 35 Ratings

A weekly football podcast by David Hartrick, Daniel Storey, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee.

    Quiztian Chivu

    Quiztian Chivu

    With quizzes in our Football Fives DNA™ and lockdown ongoing, it was inevitable that one of us would subject the others to another of our inexplicably popular pub quiz episodes. On this occasion it's Ryan Keaney in the quizmaster's chair and he uses an app(!) instead of the usual manual nonsense. So, no chaos to be expected then... Steven Chicken joins Chris Nee, David Hartrick and Daniel Storey for his first ever Football Fives quiz and he wasn't the only one. Graham Sibley of The Sound Of Football and The Finnish Football Show's Rich Nelson are here to spice up your life. So crack open a beer, get some popcorn on the go and enjoy yet another Football Fives quiz episode, for some reason. Submit a question: show[at]footballfivespodcast.com Listen to the show: Click to play / right-click to download (MP3) Import to podcatcher of choice (feed) Subscribe in Apple Podcasts // Subscribe in Stitcher

    Walter Zenga

    Walter Zenga

    The Football Fives team is back in action and this new episode of our sporadically released podcast is one of our bafflingly popular five-a-side teams. Typically we'll pick a country or a league from which to select the ultimate five-a-side team. This time around we're doing it differently. David Hartrick, Steven Chicken, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee have each chosen five players from the two Milan clubs - AC Milan and Internazionale - and go toe to toe as they argue for the inclusion of their selections in the final five. Fun, eh? So kick your shoes off, put your feet up, get a beer on the go and join us as we bicker about football. What could be finer? Submit a question: show[at]footballfivespodcast.com Listen to the show: Click to play / right-click to download (MP3) Import to podcatcher of choice (feed) Subscribe in Apple Podcasts // Subscribe in Stitcher

    Danny Cowley

    Danny Cowley

    Welcome back to the sporadically populated world of the Football Fives podcast, where our erstwhile panel congregates to pick apart five of football's brightest burning topics. We're fast approaching our 150th episode - we're coming for you, 2037! - and to keep things ticking over we've recruited a fifth team member. Yes, Episode 138 marks the debut of Steven Chicken, the newest member of the podcast, and he's joined by Chris Nee, David Hartrick and Ryan Keaney to tackle five footballing questions that begin with our favourite moments from the past year or so and end with a look ahead to Harry Kane's EURO 2020 prospects. In between those two pod-ends we talk about the Carabao Cup and the tactical impact of the short goal kick. Is it the game changer it was said to be, or a mere lubricant for the teams who like to play that way anyway? Submit a question: show[at]footballfivespodcast.com Listen to the show: Click to play / right-click to download (MP3) Import to podcatcher of choice (feed) Subscribe in Apple Podcasts // Subscribe in Stitcher

    Super John McQuiz

    Super John McQuiz

    All hail the mighty Meatball! Oh, hello. This is the Football Fives Podcast calling. We're back, in a manner of speaking. The weekly podcast is a thing of the podpast - you already know that, right? - but in the spirit of avant-garde pod publishing we are going to keep going and adhere to no structure whatsoever. Hurrah! This week's episode was supposed to be a round-up of listener questions. Thank you for sending those in. We haven't used them. Ryan Keaney hijacked this comeback and turned it into an entirely unexpected (seriously) PUB QUIZ! episode in which Daniel Storey, David Hartrick and Chris Nee merely attempt to retain their dignity. Mission not accomplished. Some pod-sonal news: we've signed Steven Chicken as well. You know, Football FIVES and that. He's not on this one. Welcome aboard, Stevie Chicks. Submit a question: show[at]footballfivespodcast.com Listen to the show: Click to play / right-click to download (MP3) Import to podcatcher of choice (feed) Subscribe in Apple Podcasts // Subscribe in Stitcher

    Mark Hughes

    Mark Hughes

    Hello. Here is the latest episode of the Football Fives Podcast, in which our assembled panel rattle their way through five of the most pressing questions in the world of football. We're without Daniel Storey this week, so it's a three-hander - and, topic-wise, anything goes. Ryan Keaney is in the host's chair and spends 55 minutes trying to keep control of David Hartrick and Chris Nee. Our first two questions focus on the wrong end of the Premier League, putting Fulham in the spotlight next to former Southampton manager Mark Hughes. We also talk about abuse of referees and mythical tournaments of the future. Finally, we welcome Sol Campbell to the world of Football League management. Macclesfield Town have hired the outspoken advocate of black managers and plunged him into a battle for their league status. Has Campbell taken on an impossible job? Submit a question: show[at]footballfivespodcast.com Listen to the show: Click to play / right-click to download (MP3) Import to podcatcher of choice (feed) Subscribe in Apple Podcasts // Subscribe in Stitcher

    Quiz Iwelumo

    Quiz Iwelumo

    After last week's stuttering return to action - sorry about that, something went wrong with the Wordpress upload and we had to repost the audio - this week's Football Fives Podcast is the one in which we truly get back to how things should be. Even Daniel Storey joins us in this episode, if you can imagine such a thing. Better yet...it's a pub quiz! Yes, this bafflingly popular F5 format has been tapped once more for 55 minutes of chaos, moaning and quizzy questions. Chris Nee's in charge this time and Daniel competes against Ryan Keaney and David Hartrick for podcast bragging rights and a Mini Metro. So buckle up for five rounds of football trivia, a few giggles and a surprising amount of bad language from almost the very beginning. Parental discretion iz advised. Submit a question: show[at]footballfivespodcast.com Listen to the show: Click to play / right-click to download (MP3) Import to podcatcher of choice (feed) Subscribe in Apple Podcasts // Subscribe in Stitcher

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Richard Farnan ,

Excellent

My favourite podcast. All 4 are really interesting and provide a lot of insight into the game we love. Mixing up the formats keeps it fresh. Sometimes the Irish fella doesn’t half mumble though, which leads to my car radio being on full volume and me nearly crashing the car when the pod finishes and I move to 6Music without adjusting.

Pdhod ,

Not another boring weekend review/preview pod

The guys clearly love football and if you read football books and love the game this is the one for you. I tested 6 football pods and this is the only one I still listen to

Read and Red ,

Confucius loves Football Fives

Ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius said many pertinent things in his discourses on modern life.

The most important, perhaps, was the phrase: “Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.”

Now, he wasn’t referring to his own ideologies of personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice or sincerity. He was actually referring to The Football Fives Podcast.

Because The Football Fives Podcast does indeed has a non-visual exquisiteness lying within its beating heart. This weekly download of four eloquent connoisseurs remunerating on the achievements enacted on the chlorophyll-entrenched arenas of the world is, indeed, resplendent.

And the wisdom on The Football Fives Podcast could easily transcend the philosophical and cultural boundaries of modern day idealism and the world of Confucius, who lived between 551 and 497 BC. It can only be concluded that he loved listening, as should you.

Adopt the brace position, and prepare yourself for banter.

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