Talking Tottenham tactics with ya boys Windy (@WindyCOYS), Nathan (@NathanAClark) and Bardi (@BardiTEI). A Spurs podcast.Our Tottenham podcast also has a Patreon where we deliver analytical videos, a dedicated Discord server with a thriving (and welcoming) #COYS community, blogs, a newsletter and regular podcasts, including Straight Off The Training Ground with coach and analyst Chris Summersell, as well as Windy's Youth Update and other bonus episodes. More here: https://www.patreon.com/TheExtraInchFollow us on Twitter @TheExtraInch, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe via iTunes or wherever you get your pods, listen on all your usual podcast platforms, and please leave us a rating and review if you like what you hear. COYS!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheExtraInchTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheExtraInchFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheExtraInch/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TalkingTottenhamTacticsTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theextrainch Come get your po... more
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Awful host with ridiculous views
Three hosts who all provide a very different perspective to each other, with the end result being a well rounded pod. They manage to speculate just enough without devolving into the nonsense banter of so many other Spurs pods. I also appreciate that the hosts share a little of what goes on in their own lives (ADHD etc) without letting it get in the way of solid Spurs analysis and discussion.
Always enjoy listening to the insight of these 3 men. Seem very logical talking about Spurs. Not over reacting too much win lose or draw. COYS
Hey guys, this is bagel-boi from the discord. I just wanted to talk about how I started listening to the pod and where I’m at now. So I started seriously listening to the pod at the height of the pandemic in 2020. I had just started the idea of a bagel business in the Boston area and I was sneaking into an old commercial kitchen I used to work at to bake bagels at 4am before they opened. That allowed me a lot of podcast time and I quickly fell in love with The Extra Inch despite you guys going t... more
As an American who loves the game and Tottenham I rely on podcasts to get my long form conversations about football in general and spurs. The Extra Inch provides a perfect blend of impartial analysis while also having the pulse of the fan base in the UK. Both are so important for me to feel connected to my spurs brothers and sisters across the pond. COYS
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