25 episodes

The official Birmingham City FC podcast, presented by Dale Moon and Callum Denning

Blues Talk Birmingham City Football Club

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The official Birmingham City FC podcast, presented by Dale Moon and Callum Denning

    Harlee Dean

    Harlee Dean

    The Blues Talk podcast with Dale Moon and Callum Denning returns after a prolonged absence due to the suspension of the 2019/20 season.

    With new Head Coach Aitor Karanka at the helm at Blues, and seven (or six at the time of recording!) new faces through the door, Dale & Callum talk you through the new additions, discuss their hopes for the season and take a look back at a set of pre-season fixtures that saw a trip to North London, as well as a Trillion Trophy Training Centre trio.

    And, for the first time, Club captain Harlee Dean joins the podcast to preview the visit of his former side Brentford in this season's Sky Bet Championship opener, as well as reflecting on his time at the Club so far - from signing in 2017 to learning how to play in front of an empty St Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium after the restart.

    Listen out for a slightly controversial family ranking!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Paul Devlin

    Paul Devlin

    Dale Moon and Colin Tattum catch up with former Blues winger Paul Devlin to unearth some untold stories from a career spanning more than two decades. 'Devs' recalls some memorable moments from his two stints at St. Andrew's and takes listeners back to a time of play-offs and promotions. Having scored 35 goals in 137 appearances for Blues, Devlin reveals how he had unfinished business at the Club, why he celebrated scoring against Blues and recalls a time when the "stands were literally shaking" after a memorable 3-0 victory.

    • 36 min
    Martin Grainger

    Martin Grainger

    Fan favourite and tough-tackling defender, Martin Grainger, joins Colin Tattum and Dale Moon for the latest episode of Blues Talk. Grainger reflects on his nine seasons at St. Andrew's and unearths some hilarious tales from a time when tackling was an art-form. Currently working as a driver on London's train network, the 47-year-old reveals the best player he ever played with and the one opponent he simply couldn't stand the sight of.

    • 35 min
    Josh McEachran

    Josh McEachran

    Whilst football continues to be suspended as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Blues Talk returns to keep you up to speed with everything happening at the Club. This week, Dale Moon and Callum Denning are joined by midfielder Josh McEachran. Josh talks to us about his time coming through the academy at Chelsea as the Club's youth set-up underwent drastic changes, and the various loan spells he embarked on before settling at Brentford. As well as that, we hear how his move to Blues came about and reflect on the ACL injury suffered against Coventry City in an Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay.

    Listen out to hear how Josh and physio Dave Hunt are continuing injury rehab despite abiding by the current nationwide lockdown!

    • 43 min
    Lee Camp

    Lee Camp

    Despite the temporary suspension of fixtures until no earlier than 30 April, Blues Talk returns with a slightly different set-up. Dale Moon and Callum Denning are joined via Skype by Blues goalkeeper Lee Camp to discuss how the Blues first team squad are keeping active whilst training is cancelled due to the global COVID-19 outbreak, and echos Head Coach Pep Clotet's thoughts that football is not the priority at the moment. 

    As well as the more serious conversation, Campy delivers the 'hotly anticipated' Blues Talk preview of WrestleMania, as well as sharing stories about some of the more memorable characters he's experienced during his time in football, including a couple of familiar faces!

    • 45 min
    Maxime Colin

    Maxime Colin

    This week on the Blues Talk podcast, Dale Moon and Callum Denning are joined by right-back Maxime Colin. Since joining the Club in 2017, the Frenchman has established himself as one of the top defenders in the Sky Bet Championship. Max details how his move to England, and later Blues, came about and his initial aim to become a physiotherapist.

    As well as that, we take a look back on a battling performance in the Emirates FA Cup against a Leicester City side with Champions League aspirations, as well as the latest performances in an unbeaten Sky Bet Championship run stretching back to New Years Day. Dale and Callum also preview this weekend’s match against Reading and the short journey to league leaders West Bromwich Albion.

    And to mark his appointment as interim head coach of Blues Women, Charlie Baxter takes on the Quickfire Questions.

    • 1 hr 17 min

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