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It Was What It Was : The Football History Podcast

The Overlap

Welcome to The Overlap's historical football podcast, It Was What It Was. more

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4.8 out of 5 stars from 77 ratings
  • Fascinating insights and great story telling

    Have really enjoyed listening to these, especially the Liverpool in Rome one. Just a side note on that episode, Phil Neal tells the story that he was meant to be the first penalty taker but Steve Nicol just decided to go first regardless and he was allowed to carry on as it was thought that calling him back would knock his confidence, maybe they should have anyway! Looking forward to hearing more episodes.

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    Phil the daddy
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • Good premise, poor production

    I really like the premise but the audio quality from Rob Draper’s microphone made it unlistenable to me. I hate sounding like such an audio snob but it feels like such a basic thing to get right if you want something to be successful.

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    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Retro Kicks

    Really interesting and insightful podcast with well researched details and anecdotes from (what I hope will continue to feature), key matches. Engaging and knowledgeable presenters too-what more could you ask for?

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    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Excellent

    Really enjoying these dives into historical football events. Keep them coming. Would love to hear one on Celtic ‘67 as mooted in the Liverpool ‘84 episode.

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    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Great podcast

    A really interesting and well researched podcast. more

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    United Kingdom2 months ago

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