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3: United united

New St John's United manager Adam Watterson and skipper Callum Taggart join us for this week's #ManxFootyPod. The pair discuss the Saints' relegation from the #CLPL last season and the Mullen-e-Cloie outfit's hopes of getting promoted from the Best League In Europe - JCK Division Two. There's all the usual shenanigans including a first outing of the season for #CombiCorner and the peerless #DaveReadstheWeather. - #isleofman #manxfootball #footballpodcast


2: Tip of the Hat

Paul Hatton joins us for the #ManxFootyPod pre-season special as we look ahead to the new #CLPL and Division Two campaigns which start this Saturday. Also don't miss the first Dave Reads the Weather of the 2019-20 season.


1: FC Isle of Man

The #ManxFootyPod returns for the new season with an #FCIsleofMan special. Paul Jones and Lee Dixon join us to discuss the proposed new club which is aiming to join the #NorthWestCountiesLeague in this feature-length episode. The pair explain how and why they think it will benefit not only #manxfootball but the #isleofman community as a whole, as well as answering a host of social media questions on the subject. #grassrootsfootball #nonleaguefootball


26: Up for the Cup

St George's duo Chris Bass Jr and Johnny Myers were this week's #ManxFootyPod guest ahead of Friday's #HospitalCup final with St Mary's. The pair look ahead to tomorrow's bug game, reflect on Geordies season as a whole and pick out a few players that have caught their eye this season. Loads more discussed besides, including their time as pros and the best goals they've scored. #isleofman #manxfootball


25: Our man in the North

One of the latest editions to the #Manxfootball reporting scene, Ruairi Poole, joined us for this week's #ManxFootyPod. Ruairi discussed his first season on the pad and the exciting conclusion to the Division Two promotion race involving Ramsey and his club RYCOB. We also look ahead to Saturday's #JuniorCup final, next week's #HospitalCup semis and, as always, #DaveReadstheWeather. #isleofman #football #podcast


24: A week to remember

This week's #ManxFootyPod is a guest-less wonder. Fear not though there is plenty of pre-recorded interviews to break up the monotony of Andy and Dave including reaction from Paul Jones and #BrentfordB counter-part Lars Friis to the Isle of Man FA's 5-3 win on Wednesday night at the Bowl. Dave also caught up with Peel coach Colin Hardman after the westerners' extra-time FA Cup final success over the Easter weekend. There's a look ahead to this weekend's fixtures, #CombiCorner and, of course,...


23: The Bees' Bs

Isle of Man FA men's team manager Paul Jones and full-back Matty Woods were this week's #ManxFootyPod guests. The pair discussed Wednesday's forthcoming friendly with #BrentfordFC's B team and June's Inter-Island tournament in Anglesey. We also looked ahead to this weekend's #WoodsCup and #FPIFACup finals, with Woods in action against St Mary's in the latter with #Peel. If that wasn't enough excitement for you, there's plenty more in this bumper episode including #FCIsleofMan, #CombiCorner,...


22: Walking the walk

This week's #ManxFootyPod guests were walking footballers Tony Sewell and Mark Thomas. The pair look ahead to Saturday evening's historic first over-50s #walkingfootball international with #Wales at the Bowl. As well as discussing the weekend's six-a-side matches at the national stadium, they also reflect on how this form of the game has grown in the island. There's also all the usual stuff including a look ahead to the prelim round of the #HospitalCup, #CombiCorner and #DaveReadstheWeather


21: More bang for your Buck

This week's #ManxFootyPod guests are DHSOB manager Liam Buckley (pictured) and defender Tommy Miller. The pair reflect on last weekend's narrow FA Cup defeat at the hands of St Mary's and an inconsistent season as a whole for the Blackberry Lane outfit. We also look ahead to 'Semi-final Saturday' in both the #FPIFACup and #WoodsCup, plus there's usual guff including #CombiCorner and #DaveReadstheWeather. #manxfootball #isleofman #podcast Photo: Gary Weightman


20: The Smiling Assassin

One of #ManxFootball's biggest characters joined us for this week's #ManxFootyPodcast in the shape of refereeing legend Kevan Maitland. The #IsleofMan Referees' Society vice-president came into discuss the introduction of #sinbins into the island game next season. We found out what would get you a 10-minute spell in the bin and how referees will manage it. Kevan also reflected on his refereeing career including taking charge of a match involving his beloved #PrestonNorthEnd. There's also the...


19: Can Pully pull-off a shock?

#PulroseUnited player-manager Steven Priestnal and goalkeeper Rob Slinger joined us for this week's #ManxFootyPod. The pair looked ahead to Saturday's #FPIFACup with #Peel and reflect on the side's bid to gain promotion to the #CLPL from JCK Division Two. #CombiCorner and #DaveReadstheWeather add to the usual potent mix that is also jam packed with both biscuits and Twitter questions this week. #ManxFootball #IsleofMan #grassrootsfootball


18: The Kids Are Alright

This week's #ManxFootyPod guests are #Marown duo Tom Curphey and goalkeeper Harry Horbury. The pair look ahead to #SurvivalSaturday in the #CLPL plus reflect on #ManxFootball's most Instagram-ed league, the Under-18 League. Harry also reflects on breaking into senior men's football at the age of 16 and the favourite of his catalogue of top-draw saves so far. Although Dave is enjoying some warm-weather training in Castletown, he still found time to join us by satellite phone to give us...


17: Getting the band back together

#ColbyAFC duo Ashley Blake (pictured, centre) and Juan Kinvig join us for this week's #ManxFootyPod. The pair look ahead to the club's FPI FA Cup tie with #Foxdale and discuss how and why the Moonlighters have recovered from a slow start to the Division Two season to be among the second-tier's form sides. The duo answers your questions and help us preview this weekend's other games in the Cup and Division Two. If that wasn't enough for you there's #CombiCorner and the wonderfully erudite...


16: Derry Boys II - This Time It's Freezing

In this week's #ManxFootyPod we reflect on Wednesday evening's friendly between the #IsleofManFA and #DerryCity at the Bowl. We've got post-match reaction from both managers, Paul Jones and Declan Devine (pictured), to the visitors' 2-0 win at a freezing national stadium. As usual we look ahead to Saturday's games in the Canada Life Premier League and JCK Division Two. Plus there's #CombiCorner and #DaveReadstheWeather for the podcast faithful. #IsleofMan #ManxFootball #LeagueofIreland Photo...


15: Derry boys

Isle of Man FA men's team manager Paul Jones joined us for this week's #ManxFootyPod to discuss Wednesday evening's friendly with #LeagueofIreland side #DerryCity. Jones looks ahead to Derry's four-day training camp on the island next week, plus discusses the chances of more professional clubs doing likewise in the future. We also look ahead to the Inter-Island Games in June and talk about the time Jonesy faced a fresh-faced Michael Owen during his time with #StockportCounty. If that wasn't...


14: Dale on the up

Foxdale manager John Roberts and striker Jay Chatwood (pictured) were this week's #ManxFootyPod guests. The pair join us to look ahead to this week's games in the #WoodsCup including Dale's tie at Malew. Roberts and Chatwood also discuss the #JCKDivisionTwo campaign as a whole and the Billy Goat Park outfit's hopes of claiming promotion. Aside from that there's the usual stuff including, #CombiCorner, #DaveReadstheWeather and news on three island referees' tip to a FIFA training camp in...


13: Miller time

Union Mills duo Will Miller and Richie Pyatt join us for the first #ManxFootyPod of the year. The pair discuss the Millers season so far in JCK Division Two and look ahead to Saturday's second game in as many weeks against Malew. They answer your questions, while also looking ahead to this Saturday's fixtures in the #CLPL Premier League and Div Two. As always there's #CombiCorner and the never dull #DaveReadstheWeather feature. #IsleofMan #Manxfootball #grassrootsfootball


12: Doyle on song in Music City

Joining us for this week's #ManxFootyPod is the rarest of breeds - a professional #Manx footballer. Former St Mary's and St George's defender Liam Doyle (pictured left) joins us after a fine season in the American second tier, the #USL, with #Nashville SC. Doyle talks about a campaign that saw him named the club's defensive player of the year, while looking ahead as the Tennessee outfit gears up to joining the #MLS in 2020. We preview this weekend's fixtures, plus there's the usual emotional...


11: D & D's R and R

This week's #ManxFootyPod guests are #DouglasandDistrict duo Ric Delaney and Richard Sparkes. The first-team management duo discuss the club's season so far in JCK Division Two, including last weekend's big win over Governor's Athletic. The pair also talk about the club's burgeoning junior section and the hopes of D and D moving to their own pitch in the future. There's all the usual stuff besides, including #CombiCorner, #DaveReadstheWeather and a look ahead to Saturday's games....


10: Back with a Bass

After a sneaky week off the #ManxFootyPod returns with a bang (Or should that be Bass?) ahead of this weekend's Back Office Services Railway Cup semi-finals. St George's duo Chris Bass Jr and Furo Davies join us to look ahead to this weekend's tie with St Mary's, plus reflect on Geordies season so far after a summer of flux at Glencrutchery Road. The pair talk #trilbies, #roasties and room-mates among other things as well as looking ahead to Saturday's big games including the other Cup...