A Team of John O'Sheas
About This Show
A Team of John O’Sheas is a weekly football podcast that answers the questions no one is asking. It was started as a bit of fun by a group of friends at Cambridge University but it wasn’t long before it became much more than that. Now the team meets weekly to ponder the sorts of questions that aren’t being asked by anyone else in the football world. With its unique approach, the podcast quickly proved to be a hit and is now being listened to religiously by football fans around the world. Join the team every Wednesday for a new episode.
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Most Recent Episode
Episode Twenty-Five - Sexiest XI vs Ugliest XI
5 days ago
In a week where Manchester United fans were filled with an unnerving sense of deja vu, the Team are back together to lose to the minnow that is the world of football.
Speaking of ugly football, this week’s episode is a veritable celebration of aesthetics. Girlfriend and boyfriend combo, Chris and Marielle, join us to settle once and for all the age old question: who would win in a match between the world’s sexiest footballers and the world ugliest footballers?
This week’s Organised fun will continue the couples theme as we see if Chris and Marielle know each other better than Jon and Paddy do in a game of footballing Mr and Mrs.
Before that though, in line with Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-sugar legislation, we discuss a number of Talking Points from the previous week in football.
Marielle topped the Twitter poll this week, which is unsurprising given that she offered a different topic to our usual stolid affair of drugs in sport, Kevin De Bruyne and Serie A football in the 90s. She wants to turn our attention to the women’s game, asking whether or not women’s football could use more characters like Hope Solo?
As ever, the thinking person’s football pundit is here to amaze you with his endearing combination of profundity and wordsmithery. He casts everyone’s minds back to Sunday’s fixture between Watford and Manchester United raising the question whether or not Machester United should be starting to worry about their current lack of form.
Chris, football’s equivalent to Chris Brunt, is taking us right to the heart of Scottish football. With Celtic spanking everyone in the SPL but being spanked in turn in the Champions League, he wonders what real success constitutes for Scotland’s biggest team.
All this and much more beside in this week’s episode of A Team of John O’Sheas.