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PremChat - This Week Stoke City

PremChat - This Week Stoke City

Supporting Stoke City is always a pleasure and you get many opportunities to discuss footballing matters at the weekends games or even between family members and blokes down the pub.

Now its time to talk all things Stoke with a new show conducted in no other than Ireland. It is fairly obvious that we have stoke city fans from all over the globe and as I found out we have them in Ireland.

The YBIG Footie Show hosted by Dave O'Grady is has special guests such as Sky News Journalist Enda Brady and Irish soccer and Liverpool legend Ray Houghton.

The audience numbers are growing every week. Around 300 plays and downloads in the first week alone are expected as a minimum.

He is now embarking on a show called 'The Prem Chat Show', which will chat to fans from different premier league clubs every week.

Basically every week a premier league club will be selected and get the view from the fans along with some special guests. Each show will be between 20 - 30 minutes.

Take a look at the below link and listen to the first edition of PremChat with Stoke City Fans.

Topics Covered:

- Matthew Upson
- Gillingham match
- Stoke City's current success
- Where will we go from here
- The Youth setup
- The Derby Cup Draw

And much much more!

http://premchat.podomatic.com/entry/2012-01-10T04_31_12-08_00



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Michael Stockley
Date:Tuesday January 10 2012
Time: 1:10PM

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