Every week, the official podcast of the EFL, presented by Mark Clemmit, features the biggest names, best action and reaction to all things in the English Football League.
Mighty Millers, Tricky Trotters and a seemingly ageless Cameron Jerome!
At the risk of overdelivering, this week Mark Clemmit gives you not one, not two, but 3 cracking interviews, to prove once again that this is the best EFL Podcast by a country mile!
Rotherham manager Paul Warne, gives us a brilliantly candid insight into the 24/7 pressure of football management, 34 year old Cameron Jerome is still scoring week in, week out for old mate Russell Martin’s MK Dons, and Bolton’s Eoin Doyle gives some of the best, funniest and honest answers ever heard in a football interview! It can only be the official EFL Podcast!
PNE, LGBT and OUFC!
It’s a busy one this week as Mark Clemmit welcomes Preston North End’s veteran midfielder Paul Gallagher in for a brew and a blather. England’s only openly gay professional match official Ryan Atkin, talks about the challenge ahead to try and eradicate discrimination of any type from our national game, as we celebrate LGBT+ History Month, and last but not least it’s Oxford United’s charismatic gaffer Karl Robinson. Robbo and Clem chat about everything from mental health and hair loss, to medieval costumes and specialist leather wear! I suspect this is the only podcast in the world that can cover this much ground on a weekly basis!
Show and Artell
Watford’s Ben Foster is an effervescent burst of energy, as he tells Mark Clemmit all about his YouTube show which has now amassed more than 400,000 followers in just a few months. Clem also sits down with Crewe Alexandra manager David Artell. The forensic scientist is known for his passionate displays on the touchline, but one on one in the studio he’s a very calm, considered and fascinating man, and it’s another brilliant interview on the official EFL podcast.
Murray, Mullin and Moore’s the merrier on the official EFL podcast.
Another big episode this week, as Mark Clemmit delivers 3 big hitters for your podcasting pleasure. At 37 years old and having endured a frustrating time on loan at Watford recently, Glenn Murray made a transfer deadline day switch to Nottingham Forest to link up with his old Brighton boss Chris Hughton, and is relishing another new challenge in a hugely impressive career. Skybet League Two’s top scorer is Paul Mullin, who’s loving his football at Cambridge United and has nothing short of promotion in his sights, and Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Moore reflects on his side’s superb form of late, and how he’s getting the very best out of his players week in week out.
It’s all about the Benjamins!
Yes it’s a ‘Ben’ special this week, as we give you two of the finest from either end of the EFL spectrum, in the form of Gibson of Norwich City and Tozer of Cheltenham Town. What they both have on common other than their first names, is a sheer determination and strength of character to push through the tough times and emerge on the other side, in a much better place both mentally and physically. Ben Gibson is currently flying high with Norwich City after a difficult couple of years frozen out at Burnley, and Ben Tozer suffered with anxiety and depression before getting his mojo back and captaining his Cheltenham Town side to a near giant killing performance last weekend, that saw the robins a mere 10 minutes away from knocking Manchester City out of the cup, with a clearly ruffled Pep Guardiola pacing up and down on the touchline!
The Hugs Don’t Work!
Mark Clemmit is blessed with an all-star list of guests to discuss the big stories in the EFL this week. Blackburn manager Tony Mowbray reflects on nearly 4 years in charge at Ewood Park, Ipswich Town’s Stephen Ward has a no nonsense approach to goal celebrations and the no hugs protocol, and Nigel Clough explains Mansfield Town’s impressive form and the importance of having his dog ‘Bobbie’ as part of his backroom staff!
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Paul Tisdale interview
Paul Tisdale a fascinating man, his conversation is compelling. Loved his perspectives i) that the partnership of Julian Tagg, Steve Perryman and himself was the key aspect of the club’s long term success; ii) leaving the club with high continuity when Matt Taylor took over was his greatest achievement. Top drawer podcast.
Love this Podcast!
Fab interviews and really good insight into some of the football league’s sleeping giants! Keep it coming
Plain and dull
There are so many better podcasts out there than this. It’s just mundane, poorly informed sound bites. If you want somebody to reel off the cliches and offer absolutely no insight then this is the podcast for you.