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After the midweek defensive collapse and disappointment in Warsaw, Aston Villa eyed up a trip to Stamford Bridge to face a disjointed Chelsea team, as a big opportunity to help fire up their confidence and right a few defensive wrongs. more
We look back at the spectacular Villa late show against Crystal Palace at Villa Park, which followed a rather concerning Villa Fan Advisory Board meeting with Villa's President of Business Operations, Chris Heck. more
Recorded before the Palace game, a quick catch-up of the international break period
Love this podcast. Some balanced fan content along with genuine passion. David Michael is able to keep order and deliver a solid and very enjoyable listen. My only criticism is the rigid format that never seems to evolve or change much. I don't see the point in "media muppets". Kinda counter productive in discussion around erroneous news. Like the addition of having other guests from opposing team podcasts to give added perspective. Cheers fellas.
Come for the Villa content. Stay for the regular mispronunciation of simple words.
Couldn’t listen to the main presenter blow his own trumpet anymore.
Good podcast but too slow to release new eps.
I have many Aston Villa podcasts in my stream but this one is the best. It’s fair without straying too far into being too negative.
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My Old Man Said launched 7 years ago and published 387 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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