The musing's of four #COYS lifers, who had no choice but to be Tottenham fans. Dissecting the good, the bad, the beautiful and the not so attractive from the last 7 days. We'll be bringing you weekly Spurs content to give you that #COYS fix that you need.
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On this episode of Oh what a Night, Sean Walsh and Jude Summerfield discuss the defeat to Aston Villa at the weekend and where Spurs should be looking to strengthen come the January transfer window. more
On this episode of OWAN, Sean Walsh & Jude Summerfield discussed the Wolves defeat, Tottenham's depleted midfield options with Bissouma now suspended and what went wrong in added time. more
On this week's episode of OWAN, Sean Walsh and Jude Summerfield look back on the crazy game versus Chelsea. The guys discuss all the key incidents, how Spurs will look without key players due to injuries and suspensions and they look back on some of ... more
Decent enough review of the Spurs games. But, terrible audio quality. Narrative can be inaudible for large tracks at a time that are interrupted by intermittent deafening bursts of laughter. Guys, invest some coin in some decent audio equipment before publishing …!
I’ve been listening for months and I don’t even know the hosts’ names. Bland, late, uninterested… there are like five spurs podcasts that are higher on the rotation and I just don’t care about this one anymore. Sorry guys.
Love the general chat and you’re a decent bunch of knowledgeable guys but omg, the sound quality each episode from one of your mics is awful so for me, unfortunately, I can’t listen.
I was sad because there has not been a pod for a month. I was concerned that this excellent Spurs pod had gone bye bye. more
This podcast is so relatable and is an easy listen. I so enjoy looking forward to updating my podcast app for the new episode every week as there is always something insightful to be gleaned alongside the usual friendly conversation between guests. Keep it coming.
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Oh What a Night launched 4 years ago and published 129 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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