Sounds of the Sea is the audio content platform for Radstock Town Football Club, featuring live match commentaries, player and manager interviews.
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Miners manager Ryan Child looks back over a difficult festive period for the First Team, following heavy defeats to Sherborne and Wincanton. Ryan also discusses the day the lights went out at Tytherington Rocks and what he thinks about Covid postpone... more
Miners boss Ryan Child talks about a frustrating point at Longwell Green and his sides alarming tendency to coast in games. Ryan explains why he not a fan of looking at League tables and why he believes anyone in the top 10 has a chance of promotion,... more
Is Andy Crabtree really the Sam Allardyce of the Western League? Has Rico Sobers re-invented himself as a right back? Was the FA Vase defeat to Arundel a turning point in the Miners season? Has the League gone crazy! Can Radstock play long ball footb... more
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Sounds of the Sea launched 5 years ago and published 18 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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