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A Tale of Three Scarves
1 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Episode 5: "Bartomeu is just a Spanish Darragh MacAnthony"
As football returns, so does football's most sporadic podcast. The trio recap life in lockdown for football fans, figure out the role of Posh's El Presidente, and discuss football league regulations (again). Stay tuned for our predictions for the season and where we expect a few surprises.
1 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
Episode 4: "In Ultimate Frisbee..."
On this week's podcast (the final delayed one, we promise!), we take a look at AFC Fylde's game against Dover, safe standing gets all political, and we finally broach the dreaded subject of VAR. Meanwhile, Jamie delves into his past for a story of footballing failure, Oxford United are crowned our team of the week, and Jota's performance against Espanyol draws praise from the team.
1 minutes | Feb 27, 2020
Episode 3: "He Just Ruins Everything"
On this special delayed episode of A Tale of Three Scarves that we decided to run anyway, we talk about: 💸 Tadcaster Albion's flood appeal and the imbalance of football finance 🦾Heung-Min Son's broken arm heroics ☕️A brand new segment for League Two's referee
1 minutes | Feb 14, 2020
Episode 2: "Ken Barlow lived in Haslingden"
This week, Jimmy takes us to a difficult time in his past, Danny overcompensates with his very difficult quiz, and Jamie heads down to the Isthmian League North to find our team of the week. Elsewhere, the team turn their hand to weather forecasting, with on-the-minute reports of just where Storm Trevor will leave a trail of destruction next.
1 minutes | Feb 7, 2020
Episode 1: "Ronaldo was very good"
In the inaugural episode of A Tale of Three Scarves, we go through dodgy decisions at Accrington Stanley, reminisce over trips to the beach at Prenton Park, and touch upon the magnificence-slash-awfulness of Wayne Rooney's new beard. Danny and Jamie are put to the test in Jimmy's Very Difficult Quiz, and Danny makes a bet he may live to regret.
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