This week we talk about how we got featured by iTunes in the Sports, Games and Comedy sections. Just WHO has been listening to the podcast in Thailand? And finally an explanation of why we are in the 'Professional' category on iTunes...
Neil and James take a look back at the match against Nottingham Forest and yet another red card... this time for Barry Bannan (not in his Nannan's Caravan), who tackles in exactly the same way that Neil used to slide down snowy hills.
We prepared as much as possible this week by writing stuff on a whiteboard two minutes before recording. We were meant to talk about Siggi Jonsson, but forgot. We did however play a brilliant new game: MARWOOD OR YARWOOD?
Is Twenty Plenty? We talk about people who claim to have been getting away with buying concessionary tickets for away matches and the new price capping for away Premier League tickets.
What do former players do when they retire? Neil pitches the options of a 'Reda Reader' for Reda Johnson and a 'Semedo Supermarket' for Jose Semedo.
Owlstalk member 'Wild(smith) Thing' proposes a new 'Pop on the Kop' segment in the music section of the website, but it needs a bit of work, just like the way Neil thinks of separate words that rhyme and then tries to construct something to eventually get to some form of rubbish joke...
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Every day thousands of Sheffield Wednesday fans come together to discuss all things about the Owls, and then more random subjects.
As the biggest, busiest and best SWFC forum with many different diverse viewpoints there is always plenty to talk about, and that is what we try to do in the Owlstalk: The Sheffield Wednesday Fans Podcast!
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