This is The Fighting Cock. Flav, Spooky, Ricky, Thelonious, Bardi and Alex on the rotation. Windy dropping weekly yoof knowledge bombs. Engineer Al remotely editing and mixing our degenerate dissection of all things THFC. Occasional star guests included. Love the shirt.
With regular host Flav on Ball Street duty, Windy ably deputises and he is joined by Ricky, Spooky and Thelonious. Bournemouth and Leverkusen reviewed, we discuss Janssen and Lamela. Flav gives an irreverent youth update. Liverpool and Leicester briefly previewed. Lucid dreaming. We reminisce over the arrival of Harry Redknapp, and we close with appreciation for Harry Kane and Victor Wanyama.
Dreamers: Ricky, Spooky, Thelonious and Windy
This week the pod lines up with a potent front three of Bardi, Flav and Thelonious. They attack with verve the topics of Janssen, Eddie Howe, Pulis and Pochball, before cutting inside and firing off the worry of seven games in twenty-three days. Windy delivers more halftime showmanship, quick fire questions, homemade cinematography, the theory of Anti-football, Ultras and the proposed renaming of the White Hart Lane train station.
El tridente: Bardi, Flav and Thelonious Filth
This week, Flav and Ricky are joined by ex-Spur Rohan Ricketts. We talk about Spurs' progress thus far this season, WBA preview, Windy talks youth. Ricketts talks about his career and time at Spurs, then the boys get raucous as we answer your questions;
Flav, Ricky and Rohan Ricketts
This week we're joined by FourFourTwo's James Maw. The pod kicks off with Twitter hacking, before eulogising over the wonderful win against Man City. We quickly go over the CSKA result before Windy talks youth. Wrong In 60 Seconds makes a return, the learned Maw talks Wanyama. We finish on Spurs pub toilets, fan expectations and Toby v Ledley.
Bricklayers: Flav, James Maw, Thelonious & Windy
Its been a busy week, with two games played, two games to come, Flav, Alex, Ricky and Bardi slide across the dance-floor and drop their in-depth reviews. Son and Janssen feel our love, we rejoice over the absence of KDB and we chat smashing Gillingham. Windy's update. There's no Thelonious, but BBB is here, who will step up? We talk West Ham, wooing girls and who we don't want at Spurs. Get stuck in.
Jivers: Alex, Bardi, Flav and Ricky
Flav returns to host this week, we're joined by Billie T and Callum. Monaco skimmed over, we purr over the Son masterclass against Sunderland, Middlesbrough previewed. Windy drops knowledge on the youth. We discuss the implications of Harry Kane's injury, is Levy's departure imminent? Stadium naming rights and Wembley Stadium also discussed.
Billie T, Callum, Flav and Thelonious
Journalist and author of Turf Wars: A History of London Football, Steve Tongue joins Flav and Alex in the Ball Street studios to discuss rivalry in football.
Football and rivalry have gone hand-in-hand since the game begun. Tongue's book focuses on London's clubs. The capital has one of the highest concentrations of football clubs of all the world's cities, and offers a rich history in how the rivalries are formed and how they manifest both on and off the pitch.
We go into depth about the formation of our rivalry with the Scum, and find out just why we hate them so much.
With Flav in hiding after an Erotic Eriksen Show in Stoke, Windy steps in to host, alongside Bardi, Spooky and Thelonious. The first course is us purring over a brilliant win against Stoke, before we get stuck into Monaco. Windy also provides the half time knowledge dish, before we finish off with a look at Sunderland, the sincerity, or lack thereof of footballers on social media, and the enigma that is Daniel Levy.
Entrées: Bardi, Spooky, Thelonious and Windy