This new podcast features the best new football analysis and insight on the web.
The editors of www.hitrowz.com are joined by regular guests to talk about the biggest football issues of the day, plus preview upcoming games.
Visit www.hitrowz.com for exclusive articles, comment pieces and match analysis.
Sweet FA (Cup)
Ben, James and Adam return to answer once and for all whether the FA Cup is in anyway magical, explore why Tim Sherwood seems to have lost the plot, and discuss whether Manchester United's win over WBA marks a turning point for the Red Devils in the Premier League.
The show also sees the beginning of a new series of World Cup Legend Profiles, in anticipation of Brazil 2014. Fittingly, this week's profile is of Brazilian marksmen Bebeto and Romario, who dominated the World Cup 20 years ago in the US.
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Ben, James and Adam are back, armed to the teeth with all of the football commentary and analysis you can handle.
Adam kicks proceedings off with a recap of the key talking points of the last weekend of Premier League football, before Ben and James get stuck into a range of discussions.
Topics include: are fans of Norwich City and Newcastle overreacting to their sides' recent poor runs; what factors suggest a manager is over-performing in his role; Sunderland's chances of winning the league cup; Cardiff, Fulham and West Brom's struggle for survival; and, Roy Hodgson's latest England squad.
Ben, James and Adam return to discuss the latest happenings in the Barclays Premier League. Moyes struggles, Meulensteen's tactical genius, Mourinho's mind games, and unsung hero for progressive football Sam Allardyce all feature.
Plus, pick your own favourite controversial press conference from the history of football.
The boys also run through a preview of the next round of Premier League fixtures.
19th Century Football
Ben, James and Adam are back to discuss the week's football, taking in 15th, 19th and 22nd Century football in the process. Leaping to the defence of Big Sam Allardyce, the team also scrutinize the quality of Manchester City, the title race and the January Transfer Window.
Also features a preview of the coming fixtures in the Premier League.
Seven Horse Race
Ben and James host the latest edition of the Hit Row Z Podcast, where the boys discuss refereeing controversy at St James' Park, the most competitive title race in years, the status of the Premier League in world football, and the January transfer window. Phew!
And there's more from Adam Widdrington, as he reviews previous January signings that have in one way or another, fallen flat. Premier League managers, you have been warned!
It's a six pointer Jim!
Ben and James host the latest episode of the Hit Row Z Podcast, and examine the differing fortunes of Manchester United and City, before taking apart the conventional wisdom regarding the value of so called "six pointers" in the Premier League, and the importance of managers to the performance of their teams.
The pair are joined by Adam Widdrington, who analyses who will most likely be moving during the January transfer window.
Well worth a listen
Well reasoned analysis and not a cliche is sight.
Hit Row Z
Good old fashioned football chat between some friendly Geordies who do their homework!
Loving the episodes I have heard from the team so far. An excellent mix of sensible debate, humour and predictions for upcoming games.
Perfect for the Friday evening commute home from work!