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Best ITV Sport podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best ITV Sport podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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It was the summer of Three Lions, the dentist’s chair and a roaring Psycho, that Dutch demolition, a Championship-winning golden goal and a future England manager’s woe. Even if football didn’t quite come home in the way English fans would have liked - or indeed the unlucky Scots - Euro 96 was undoubtedly a tournament to remember. That’s why ITV is replaying every single match in full this month, in the absence of any live sport to get your teeth into. To accompany the coverage, Mark Pougatc ...
 
Only Balls & Horses is a weekly sports betting podcast hosted by ITV Racing's Oli Bell, Racing UK's Tom Stanley and gambling guru Nick Goff. Each week the podcast focuses on football, horse racing and NFL as well as the major sporting events from golf to tennis, cricket to rugby and beyond. Tune in to hear our best (and worst) bets of the week and share in the main talking points from the world of sport. Tweet us your thoughts at @onlyballshorses. Happy punting!
 
Diana Binks is a media specialist, broadcaster, journalist, and consultant. ? A former television broadcaster for ITV, Channel 4, Five TV, Eurosport, Sky Sports and Motors TV, she is now a leading media consultant for corporate businesses specialising in digital and media communications. ? Diana has operated in the fast-paced and high-pressure environment of live television broadcasting and production environments and has varied experience in digital communications managing large-scale multi ...
 
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All good things must come to an end, and as is so often the case for England, Euro 96 concluded in the most agonising of fashions. When Andreas Moller blasted the winning penalty past David Seaman to put Germany into the final, hopes were dashed and fears realised. Those 30 years of hurt were, alas, to continue. Mark speaks to German midfielder Ste…
 
As Britain baked beneath glorious sunshine, so Euro 96 really started to hot up - and with it the levels of expectation across the country. With the group phase done, eight teams remained. England's quarter final opponents were Spain, who - while not in the same class as more recent Iberian vintages - were nonetheless a formidable proposition. Foll…
 
THINGS reach fever pitch with tips from TWO leagues on this week's Podcast! SlipsTips joins Selectabet and Greg to take a look at the matches in Germany and Belarus.SlipsTips is all over the Berlin Derby on Friday night and has lined up a Bayern-Dortmund Bet Builder Double for Saturday.Greg is having to be patient in Belarus while bookies price up …
 
After a shaky start against the Swiss, England got their Euro 96 up-and-running with a 2-0 victory over Scotland - though things could have been very different had it not been for David Seaman’s elbow and Paul Gascoigne’s Midas touch. Nonetheless, Terry Venables’s side went into their final Group A match against the Netherlands with a spring in the…
 
When you think about all the great grudge matches in football - Germany against Holland, River Plate & Boca Juniors, El Clásico, of course - England against Scotland is pretty close to the top of the pile. So when they were drawn to play each other in Group A at Euro 96, there was an audible gasp in the auditorium, not to mention a few nervous laug…
 
On 8th June 1996, Tony Adams led his England team out to face Switzerland in the championship curtain-raiser at Wembley. 77,000 fans saw the spoils shared after Kubilay Turkyilmaz’s late penalty cancelled out Alan Shearer’s first half opener. Two players on opposing sides that day were Darren Anderton and Ramon Vega. They’d later become teammates a…
 
In the first episode of a new podcast accompanying the replaying of Euro 96 on the ITV Hub, Tony Adams joins Mark Pougatch to discuss his memories of the tournament. By Tony's own admission, it was the year that changed his life - and possibly even saved it. Despite captaining England on their run to the semi-finals, his personal life was a mess as…
 
Greg and Selectabet muse over the current state of betting in a world almost without sport and take a look at some of the football leagues still in play.They also discuss the impact the coronavirus pandemic might have across the football community and how bookies have responded to a week with very little to bet on.There's a promise of some tips for…
 
In an episode recorded before the cancellation of the France / Ireland game, Dave and Tom reflect on two of the big talking points in the England v Wales game involving Manu Tuilagi and - ahem - Joe Marler and Alun-Wyn Jones. They also assess a fantastic performance by Scotland to overturn a 14-man France, which throws the tournament wide open. The…
 
Cheered by news that his account has finally been verified by Twitter, Tom is in good spirits as he and David assess the state of play in the Six Nations during the second rest week of the tournament. Wales's injury concerns are a major talking point, as is the coronavirus. They also get stuck in to your feedback from their last Team Of The Round.…
 
In an episode filmed in a box at The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, the Wales fly-half joins David and Tom to discuss his ongoing rehabilitation from the horrific knee injury that cruelly ruled him out of the World Cup in Japan. They also get his thoughts on new national coach Wayne Pivac, Shaun Edwards, the Finn Russell affair and the likely win…
 
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