A Manchester United fan, a Liverpool fan, a Chelsea fan and an Everton fan from India team up to create a football discussion show that is filled with in depth analysis (lol), accurate statistics (SURE!) and opinions that make a difference (to nobody)!
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Hear that guys? That's the sound of our very own Aakarsh Chandan being...happy! Yes, it's happened. After an abysmal run of form, Rafa Benitez has finally been sacked as manager of Everton! What does this mean for the Toffees? Is the season still a w... more
The FA Cup 3rd round is always fantastic because there are some giant killings in store for us! That was certainly the case as Nottingham Forest downed an Arsenal dressed in a unique all white kit. Cambridge United beat Newcastle United 1-0 to make K... more
Following Lukaku's unauthorised interview with Sky Italia where he professed his love and yearning for a return to Inter Milan, Thomas Tuchel promptly dropped him from the matchday squad against Liverpool. Liverpool looks to be in cruise control afte... more
Very good show but need more podcasts on indian football.
Amogh, Prashant, Aakarsh, Mukesh keep up the good work. Love your insight on the each game weeks.
Listen to The Two Bros’ Podcast instead. Way better analysis minus the profanity and proper insights and reviews into Premier League teams and matches.
Great coverage of the Premier League mixed with some creative conversations. A must listen for Premier League fans.
It’s a show which all of us as football fans can listen to and have a good laugh . It’s an enjoyable show with some good comedy and you will definitely like it if you don’t want serious analysis and opinions. Although I sense a bias at times , it’s okay because it comes from a fan’s perspective. These people are not football pundits but they are very knowledgeable and deliver their content very well . I really liked the part where they get guests to come and talk about football. It’s definitel... more
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The Corner Flag launched 4 years ago and published 165 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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