Below is a collection of our friends, acquaintances and just people we like from the world of football media – Stoke and beyond!
The site from which this podcast spawned, The Wizards of Dribble (formerly 4231 Stoke) offers superb analysis and opinion on Stoke City. Their devotion to thoughtul analysis, and content that questions things rather than spurning out tired ideas and cliches, makes them a class above most of the usual blogging fayre.
There’s something for everyone here, Duck. A superb magazine with wonderful stuff front to back. There’s Stoke stuff, music stuff, fashion stuff and so much more besides. Interviews with legends, nostalgia and Bunny’s rabbittings – it’s brilliant because it’s Stoke to the core.
The Bear Pit Empire is growing all the time. A YouTube Channel, Website and Podcast – they’re everywhere and we can’t wait to see what they’ll do next.
Top Stoke news and opinion from the We’ll be With You team.
The undisputed kings. Still going strong after nearly 30 years of making a high quality Stoke fanzine that’s become for so many a vital part of matchday. Enter the Message Board at your peril.
One to watch. Videos and other assorted content from MPTV.
With their absolutely massive social media presence, SLP are still growing and are often first with a breaking story from the club. Their recent coverage of the women’s team has been top drawer.
PODCASTS WE LOVE
Created by Dave’s mate from Uni, Sammy James, Fulhamish is all about London’s most agreeable club – Fulham. Just don’t mention the Michael Jackson statue.
We’ve had No Nay Never on the pod before and they’re another top drawer pod. It’s Sean Dyche stuff without his voice, what more do you want?
The godfather of club podcasts. The Anfield Wrap has set the gold standard for what a football podcast should be. Likeable, funny and insightful, they’re worth a listen no matter what you think about Liverpool. Once gave us beers at The Football Blog Awards.
A podcast that asks the football questions nobody is asking. ATOJO offers insight and thoughtfulness not heard on mainstream platforms. For Stokies, their pod on N’Zonzi is well worth a listen.
A brilliant idea, lovingly executed. Can’t wait to hear Jon Mackenzie’s next guest.
Long chats with football geniuses. What’s not to love?
In-depth and passionate reporting on Man City. Consistently interesting stuff that provides a fresh take on Guardiola’s boys.