Three Staffordshire University students give their take on new sporting content in the world around them. The podcast has been named after a legendary quote from the great Sean Dyche in response to a fight between Burnley and Chelsea!
The World Class Waffle returns for another week of sporting stories. This week we feature the possible reform of the Champions League and what this means going forward. We also preview The Masters golf at Augusta and 2021 IPL campaign which both launch later this week.
Once again we return for another week of sporting action. This week we feature a lengthy discussion about the issues of Non League Football and the struggles that sides face. Make sure to stay tuned for 19.04.21 for the launch of our exciting news.
We return for another episode of sporting news. This week we feature our reaction the the England squad announcement and who should have been in and out. We also discuss the development of women's cricket in the UK and abroad. Finally we summarise the events of this season's Six Nations. Stay tuned in the future for some exciting news from the podcast going forward!
The World Class Waffle returns for our 15th episode. Unfortunately John was unable to attend this week so Ben and Rob soldier on. This week in our new sporting stance, we take a look at the Doping allegations facing former Team Sky Doctor, Richard Freeman, which came to trial this week. We also take a look at F1 Winter Testing in Bahrain and assess the bizarre circumstances regarding Chris Wilder's sacking at Sheffield United.
We return for another week of World Class Waffling. This week we discuss who would make our Premier League Team of the Season So Far and makes for quite the discussion. Make sure to check out previous episodes and follow our social accounts.
The World Class Waffle returns for Episode 13. Due to a lack of news to waffle about this week, we assess the delayed Euro 2020 occurring this summer. Ben, Rob and John pick who would make their 23 man squad for England at the tournament and assess the chances of England being the sole host.