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Football, Bloody Hell takes a look at the week’s Premier League news through the eyes of three often frustrated and always cynical, fans.

As four children of the Premier League era pod regulars, Mike, Steve, Green Street and Doddsy take a humorous yet critical look at the biggest stories each week and poke holes in the various tired media agendas that will undoubtedly persist.

There’s not much more to it than that, after all, it’s just a few lads talking about football, bloody hell.

Football, Bloody Hell Weekly Podcast Football, Bloody Hell Weekly Podcast

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Football, Bloody Hell takes a look at the week’s Premier League news through the eyes of three often frustrated and always cynical, fans.

As four children of the Premier League era pod regulars, Mike, Steve, Green Street and Doddsy take a humorous yet critical look at the biggest stories each week and poke holes in the various tired media agendas that will undoubtedly persist.

There’s not much more to it than that, after all, it’s just a few lads talking about football, bloody hell.

    Charlie Adam's starting: run the bath

    Charlie Adam's starting: run the bath

    This weekend was largely dominated by the FA Cup but there was surprisingly plenty of action to pick through from the Premier League. From the raw talent of Mo Salah, to the raw stupidity/cunning of Charlie Adam, Mike and Cowley run the rule through the latest action. The boys also ponder how the top 5 (aside from Man City) would cope without their star players, and wonder how on earth two young footballers who've barely played a minute of first team football have been left out of the England squad. Nothing short of treasonous.

    • 40 min
    Hit them on the Conte attack

    Hit them on the Conte attack

    Has Conte got to get down off his high horse and start taking responsibility for the lethargy at Chelsea? Has the Moyes bounce worn off for West Ham and has Sam Allardyce got nudes of Neil Custis? Mike and Green Street discuss all the big questions from the Premier League in this week's pod. A special nod to Portsmouth and the role the Pompey Supporters Trust has played in saving the club, 8 years on from becoming the first Premier League team to go into administration.

    • 41 min
    A European Tour

    A European Tour

    This week the lads turn their attention to the increasingly impressive presence of the English clubs in the latter stages of the Champions League - will this success in Europe affect the league run-in?

    After gratifying pops at Warnock and John Cross respectively, the retro section this week takes a look at a legend of the game, Sir Bobby Robson and his time and Newcastle United.

    • 39 min
    One nil desperandum

    One nil desperandum

    The big stories this weekend centred around two 1-0 wins, in North London and the North East respectively. The boys laud Newcastle's heroics against Man United while Spurs come in for praise for dispatching Arsenal. In other news, Neil Custis throws a wobbly and Swansea get a rare thumbs up from the pod.

    • 41 min

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