The Italian Football Podcast is your go-to podcast for all things Serie A and Calcio.Italian football broadcasters and journalists Carlo Garganese & Nima Tavallaey host a thrice/week show to discuss the latest results, transfers, and all the main talking points and hot topics.The Monday focuses on reviewing the weekend's Serie A action and is free for all on all podcast platforms.On the Tuesday show we answer all the questions sent in from our patrons, whilst the Thursday show reviews all the midweek action involving the Serie A teams and both of these shows are available for patrons only on Patreon.com/TIFPAlso, every other week we publish a special sit-down interview with a high-profile Calcio guest, which is also free for all to listen to on all podcast platforms.To get ALL of the above + the post-match reaction podcasts and much, much more head over to Patreon.com/TIFP and become a member for only USD 2.99/month (excluding VAT).Grazie,Carlo & Nima
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This is an excellent podcast for all things Serie A. However, as a Milanista, I have one nitpick. The coverage is skewed towards Inter and Juventus, with considerably less time spent on Milan. I get that neither of the hosts are Milan fans but some balanced coverage would be greatly appreciated. Otherwise, keep up the good work.
Making sense of all you see and hear about Serie A with a little disagreement, debate and fun for added pleasure. My go to podcast!!!
If you’re looking for the best podcast about Italian Footbal, this is the place for you. more
This might be the pod for you if you’re looking for broad coverage of Serie A clubs and news. It may be a difficult listen for Americans seeking to learn about Serie A as hosts have admitted bias towards American players.
Enjoyable podcast on the Serie A. Sometimes the hosts linger a bit too long on a single topic. Don’t agree with a lot of the opinions especially when it comes to the super league or the paranoia about the main stream press. more
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