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Football is our national sport, no matter where you're from! The Whistleblowers takes a weekly look at what's going on in soccer and is not afraid to blow the whistle on the controversies the newspapers are too afraid to report! Join him and his regular celebrity guests by subscribing now to see what the hell you're missing! *The Whistleblowers is brought to you by Playback Media, the makers of the Internet's most popular Arsenal, Spurs, West Ham, Rangers, Liverpool and Man Utd. podcasts, so ...
 
Whistleblowers is centering the voices of Young King's & Queen's. We create a space meant to amplify the youth voice. We give them a safe space that allows their voice to be amplified. With the goal of erasing ageism when it comes to difficult topics like political healing, social and racial issues.
 
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The three occasionally wise men are back! After fulfilling their traditional Christmas duties of bringing gifts to a stable, Mark Smith reconvenes with Gritts and Gareth to discuss an eye-popping round of fixtures that starts with a tasty Thameslink derby between Brighton and Crystal Palace and ask which set of fans should be more excited about the…
 
Football has a case of the bah humbugs going into the festive period with COVID-striken players dominating the headlines and the sort of casualty list not since since the day after the big Christmas game on the Somme. The three bunkering men of the Whistleblowers convene to sift through the remaining games this weekend and focus on woes for Leeds, …
 
The Whistleblowers’ three-headed monster of buffoonery return from their personal international break to deep dive into Chelsea v Leeds and ask whether Lukaku and Werner are Chelsea’s solutions or problem, and debate if Leeds should just take Christmas off. Ralf Rangnick’s early impact at Manchester United is assessed and we ponder if their opponen…
 
Special guest alert! The premier league is back after what feels like the 20th international break of the season, and whilst most of the Whistleblowers return, one of us is still waiting for their private jet to land in time for match day 12. Thankfully for you we bring in comedian extraordinaire Stuart Law to assess the recent managerial chances i…
 
After a raucous midweek of European football the three unwise men gather together once again to debate whether Conte has immediately put Spurs in contention for a Champions League spot, ponder who will be their Victor Moses and if need to send Man Utd a bouquet for doing them a favour last week. No one has a single clue as to which Man Utd will tur…
 
This week the Whistleblowers triage convene to discuss the P45 Derby between Spurs and Manchester United and idly speculate as to who goes first and when. That’s after declaring West Ham your 2021/22 Carabao Cup winners and celebrating the end of Manchester City’s vice-like grip on everyone’s favourite midweek trophy. Eyes glance towards future Ars…
 
The unholy trinity preview Match Day 9 and a focus on a mouth watering Sunday of fixtures including Brentford vs Leicester, West Ham vs Spurs and the big one: Manchester United vs Liverpool where we debate whether the visitors are the best team in the Premier League right now. Before that we spend the first half of the pod trying to measure just ho…
 
Fresh from an international break that only saw one club bought by a foreign superpower with limitless cash, the Whistleblowers return to cast their eye over the defensive crisis at Manchester and ask whether Leicester can put them in a tailspin. After mulling over whether Brentford can continue their unlikely run of form while hosting Chelsea, we …
 
As the evenings begin to draw in and the season begins to take shape, the autumnal gloom descends on a few teams and your Whistleblowers trio debate who is most likely to enter the international break after GW7 looking over their shoulders. We consider whether another defeat could be catastrophic for Spurs, if Brendan Rodgers might be a little conc…
 
A whistlestop Whistleblowers this week as we ask: is Chelsea’s hoodoo over Man City now irrelevant given that they might be the better team? We are also reminded by our ex-professional footballer that eating chicken and pasta at 9.30am is absolutely awful. The middle part of the podcast is spent debating whether derby days are actually fun - they a…
 
Mark and Gritts are joined by football writer (and self proclaimed Man Utd fan) Sam Pilger, to preview the weekend fixtures. Will Ronaldo make an appearance? Are Arsenal in a relegation battle v Norwich? Can Dan James make Leeds better? Will West Ham’s form continue away at Southampton? Plus a chance to talk to Sam about ghost writing for the legen…
 
Hours after the transfer window simply closed, this week’s Whistleblowers podcast assessed the business done in and outside of the Premier League and we ask if the surrounding teams have done enough to catch up with Manchester City, condemn the inactivity of others and anoint Crystal Palace as a side that’s made some good moves. Afterwards we condu…
 
Football as chess? Wipe your Tsimakis off the board early? This week’s Whistleblowers dives into the biggest game of the season so far and we debate whether this is Chelsea’s time or if Van Dijk can keep a Lukaku in his pocket. Much is made of Kane’s ‘decision’ to stay with a club he had no choice but to stay with, and Mark Smith attempts to use as…
 
This week’s forward looking edition of The Whistleblowers lays the bouquet of chat at the feet of West Ham v Leicester in tribute to the most exciting match of Game Week 2, while asking special guest Tom Rennie what the Hammers need to do to match last year’s heroics. Mark Smith and Gareth Dobson debate whether Arsenal vs Chelsea can really be cons…
 
A Whistleblowers Season Preview! Your faithful football-adjacent heroes return to preview the upcoming Premier League season and attempt to sort the order of finishing behind Man City, condemn a handful of poor teams to certain doom before a ball is even kicked and to each nominate a dark horse much to the derision of the others. Plus Gritts reveal…
 
Imagine a comedy quiz show where all the contestants watched the same matches that you did last night and then makes you giggle as we recap it with quickfire rounds, weird commentary clips and more. That’s basically it, in the form of a podcast called Never Write Off The Germans.Subscribe now, by clicking one of these links, or searching wherever y…
 
The fat lady is lumbering up to the stage, as the doomed teams are confirmed and the title all but won. But there is still a bit to be decided - Gritts, Smudger and G-Dob mull over Leicester's lingering 4th place status and Spurs possible new boss, as well as picking their respective managers of the year.Who has what it takes to come straight back …
 
Slightly later than scheduled this week the Whistleblowers trident return to look forwards rather than cast their eyes back over the prior weekend, which is of some relief to those not wanting to remember Spurs’ tepid attempts at winning a trophy again. Instead we look to Liverpool’s do-or-die potential Champions League place decider against Manche…
 
This week the Whistleblowing three get forensic on Brendan Rodgers and ask what he needs to do to get Leicester City over the line in the wake of their seismic defeat to West Ham this weekend, while lavishing Moyes’ men with due praise too. The rest of the brickbats and bouquets are reserved for United’s almost inevitable second half comeback again…
 
A super exceptional podcast from the Whistleblowers crew this week that began with the end of football as we knew it, and then 35 minutes later saw the European Super League dream crumble in real time. For the duration of that dramatic interval though, messrs Gritts, Smith and Dobson waded through the existential crisis that has overtaken football …
 
Following a series of delayed flights and missed connections as they returned to the training ground after the international break, the front three finally reunite to cast their eyes over the Easter weekend’s sporting hoo-hah and to look ahead to this week’s bonanza. Mark Smith asks if the honeymoon is over for Tuchel after Allardyce puts the willi…
 
The wholesome threesome reconvene to consider who the real winners of the FA Cup Quarter finals were - beyond the four teams who literally won. After taking time to praise the complete performance of Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City, the pod wracked their brains to think of players they remember having worse games than Man Utd’s Fred and Gritt’s rem…
 
*THE EMERGENCY WHISTLEBLOWERS* In the wake of six officials being sent home from the NCAA tournament, John and Luke reunite to discuss the impact of their departure on the tournament, officiating during the pandemic and answer a few listener questions.بقلم John Clougherty & Luke DeCock
 
The fearsome threesome reunite this week just in time to pummel Gareth’s Spurs for a typically timid display in the North London Derby and ask the big questions such as ‘will Mourinho ever learn?’. Grits spills the beans on what sort of managerial disciplinary approach worked during his playing days and then the pod crew lament the absence of Pablo…
 
Gritts and Smudge are joined this week by friend of the pod (and LFC fan) Alfie Brown. In a further act of cruelty to Alfie, Liverpool’s defeat to Fulham is dissected in great detail, along with what might be needed for The Red’s recovery. The Manchester Derby is the other main topic, as Ole impresses against Pep (again). Also, is Luke Shaw the bes…
 
He said he was too strong, had too much willpower and could handle anything they threw at him, but this week refereeing decisions and VAR have finally broken Mark Smith. Smudge runs through the rubble of WBA vs Brighton and Man Utd vs Chelsea while the rest of the pod debate whether Gareth Bale is all the way back, or just on his way to the Euros. …
 
This week’s podcast sees the rise of the underdog, as we celebrate the achievements of Everton and West Ham in particular. Of course for every happy yin there is a doom laden yang and we question why Liverpool’s title defence has been so poor, and if we’re now in the Mourinho endgame? Props are given to Leicester for consistency and staying power, …
 
This week the three unwise men of the Whistleblowers focus the debate on whether Liverpool are already at the end of their current journey following emphatic defeat at the hands of a settled City team. Over in West London opinion is mixed as to Tuchel’s initial impact and we offer the opinion that Manchester United and Everton might be identical si…
 
A good podcast sometimes looks forward as much as it does back, so this week we concentrate on a forthcoming Gameweek 25 that is positively lip smacking. We decide to give Leeds’ season some headline consideration, try not to dismiss Arsenal’s chances against City and wonder exactly how Everton will drop their britches in a comedy style against Liv…
 
It’s all coming to a head In the Premier League this week as the true contenders emerge and the also-rans fade into the rear view mirror like your new year resolutions. Dry January has thankfully ended so your regular trio can be funny again, and Mark Smith’s opprobrium is focussed on the failures of Messrs Bale and Martial this week. On top of tha…
 
Of course the sacking of Lampard is the headline news on this week’s edition - your regular trio debates whether his sacking was premature or even fair, and asks what it means for Mason Mount among others. Additionally Gritts explains what really happens when footballers read their ratings in the newspapers, Mark Smith defends the honour of the FA …
 
This week the question of who will wear the crown hangs heaviest, as we discuss whether Manchester City are now the team to beat and whether key personnel changes by Pep Guardiola are at the root of their upturn. The trio also discuss how Liverpool can improve their attack and if it’s time for fresh forward blood at Anfield, and then get shirty at …
 
The stalwart trio of fifth tier podcasting outperform their league standing to shine on FA Cup 3rd round analysis as they decide that Chorley defeating Derby wasn’t even an upset, that Jose Mourinho should be a boxing promoter and collectively wonder if Leeds are the worst FA Cup team in recent history. Plus Gritts reflects on his short time wowing…
 
In this week’s edition of The Whistleblowers we state the case for the entire top half of the Premier League to win the title, ask if the Man City points machine is grinding into life, and set Spurs a do-or-die trophy target. Plus Mark Smith attempts to dismiss every great solo goal ever scored, ever.If you're interested in cricket and heard the ad…
 
This week the three unwise podders discuss a distinct lack of momentum at the ever shifting top of the Premier League table and ask if the heat is being turned up on Frank Lampard. Additionally Gritts runs his eyes over who are the stone cold killers in front of goal right now and Mark’s brain explodes trying to reason with recent refereeing decisi…
 
Tis the season to conduct your business professionally - this week as well as discussing whether Chris Wilder is regressing to the mean and how Liverpool are just mean, we delve into the world of football’s Christmas parties and mull over their impressive code of silence. Featuring The Independent’s Miguel Delaney and author Dan Trelfer.If you're i…
 
Gareth took great pleasure in Spurs’ victory in the north London derby, and rightly so. We all got stuck into Arsenal, Smudger gushed over Giroud who is Inevitable and Gritts was lucky enough to be at West Ham’s game with the first fans of the Premier League season. All the rest and lots more, as ever, so have a listen.If you're interested in crick…
 
The intrepid trio discuss an upside down weekend in the Premier League including whether Kai Havertz is now a problem, why Mourinho needs to be braver and have absolutely nothing to say about the Manchester Derby.If you're interested in cricket and heard the ad at the start of this podcast for Middle Please, Umpire, get over to middleplease.com and…
 
That was a busy one. We lost one of the greats in Diego, United and Cavani staged one of the comebacks of the season, Jose and Frank sparked a new rivalry, LFC were left reeling and Fulham proved the fight back is on. All this and lots more from your local friendly pod. Mark Smith, Gareth Dobson and Martin Gritton your hosts.If you're interested in…
 
Well, Spurs are the real deal after all? Liverpool refuse to be not good, Utd’s coming of age story still short of a lead character, Chelsea impress, Everton hang in there. What is the Spanish for George Graham? All this and more from Mark Smith, Gareth Dobson and Martin Gritton. Enjoy.thewhistleblowers.net @footballpodcast Produced by Paul Myers a…
 
It’s the international break, and not just any international break. Scotland finally qualified for a major tournament allowing Gritts to gloat... he’s joined by Gareth Dobson and authors of Second Yellow, Dan Trelfer and John Smith, the follow up to Booked! which compiled the best stories from our footballing heroes autobiographies. Over 250 read s…
 
John and Luke are joined by the McGee family -- Jerry, Ryan and Sam -- to talk about their new book, Sidelines and Bloodlines. And with college basketball's return imminent, we discuss the intricacies of officiating in a COVID environment. Send any questions to ldecock@newsobserver.com and leave a review if you enjoy the podcast.…
 
Mark Smith and Martin Gritton are joined by football writer Sam Pilger, for some analysis of Man Utd and a round up of the other stories from this weekend. Three teams occupied top spot, briefly, with Southampton, Spurs and Leicester in focus. Some Grealish, a bit of Zaha, in the oven for 20 mins at gas mark 4. Enjoy.thewhistleblowers.net @football…
 
Mark Smith, Gareth Dobson and Martin Gritton discuss the highs and lows from last weekend’s games. Villa, Southampton, Chelsea, Leicester in focus, no Man City or Liverpool for a change. Enjoy.thewhistleblowers.net @footballpodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyri…
 
A big week for the challengers, valuable lesson or confidence knocked? Everton and Villa on the receiving end, Southampton and Leeds impress. Alan Alger joins Gareth and Gritts, to lament Arsenal’s defeat and give some cracking insight into the rest of the weekend’s action. Enjoy.thewhistleblowers.net @footballpodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mik…
 
Can we be sure of anything anymore? In the time of Covid all bets are off. Well who would bet on the Premier League anyway, AMIRITE. Mark Smith, Gareth Dobson and Martin Gritton try to pick the bones out of last weekend’s games. Heartbreak for VVD, Chelsea’s chutzpah, a new United, Bale back but how about them Hammers?! Join us for a listen, wherev…
 
Putting the band back together, with John Brewin joining Gareth Dobson and Martin Gritton to talk through the mentalness of the weekend. United’s woes, lacklustre Liverpool, and the all new Everton™. Credit to Villa, Leeds and the super Spurs, it was quite the week. Enjoy.thewhistleblowers.net @footballpodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh …
 
The Whistleblowers returned to semi-normality with an in the person pod, featuring the legends Mark Webster and Kevin Hunter-Day joining Gritts. The trio chatted about the season so far, with Palace and West Ham getting a good go. As expected the chat went off in tangents, culminating in some stories that made the pages of KHD’s book “Who Are Ya?”.…
 
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