Jake longs for a podcast where guests discuss a Premier League win

Jake longs for a podcast where guests discuss a Premier League win

Right, we all – or most of us –
probably hope for a decent result in the World Cup England vs Montenegro qualifier. In case this helps encourage interest, Jimmy Montgomery, Colin Todd and Kevin Phillips are likely to start – or so it said in Monsieur Salut’s dreams.

Equally, as lot of us – in common with most intervieweees in the Who are You? feature with fans of other teams – are emphatically club before country.

For those who either care little for international breaks – apart from welcoming a weekend without fear of a Sunderland defeat and praying our players return in one piece – or want something to do while waiting for the Wembley kickoff, here’s the perfect solution.

Tune in now or soon to the latest Salut! Sunderland Podcast, a product of the collective effort of Stephen Goldsmith (Goldy) and Gareth Barker (barking?).

Salut! Sunderland‘s hundreds of Facebook group members – OK only 200+ but you can add to that …

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– already know from Gareth what to expect.

He told them:

“We’ve got some brilliant guests. Mark Douglas from The Journal and Craig Clark from Roker Report in the studio. On the phone we’re really pleased to have Simon Crabtree and Blizzard editor, author, journalist and Sunderland fan Jonathan Wilson. Should be worth a listen!”

He’s right. That is a mighty line-up and the action starts with Goldy trying his level best to sound positive, welcome Gus Poyet and contemplate a brisk ascent of the league table. Hear what his guests made of that …

And as Gareth has been known to say, ”find us on iTunes or get it here!”


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Jake flags the new feature allowing you to have your say on topic or off

Jake flags the new feature allowing you to have your say on topic or off

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2 Responses to “Unfazed by England vs Montenegro? Catch the Salut! Sunderland podcast instead” Subscribe

  1. Jeremy October 12, 2013 at 1:42 am #

    Phillips got 2 Salut. They took him off after 68 minutes preventing him getting his first hat trick for England.

  2. Jake October 12, 2013 at 9:48 am #

    You definitely pronounce the “t” in Poyet!

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