Sunday, April 27, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 6

Tiger trouble tops the agenda as Michael Warner joins Sammy and Huddo in the SuperFooty Podcast studio for Round 6. Mick’s more optimistic than most about Richmond’s final chances this year as Sammy wonders whether blaming injuries is another sign that Tigerland’s on a slippery slope. The boys discuss the secret of Port Adelaide’s success, Carlton’s comeback and their chances of winning Friday night’s blockbuster and Mick gives his take on Essendon chairman Paul Little’s controversial comments. There’s also the Doggies doing little for their Good Friday fixture chances, Freo’s faltering system, Jack Watts’ woes and Nic Nat knockers. Not to mention uni reminiscing, boundary bloopers and Mick risking the wrath of South Australians everywhere with his travel theories.


Monday, April 21, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 5

After a long weekend of footy, it’s a bumper edition of The SuperFooty Podcast with special guests Mark Robinson and Jon Ralph. Geelong’s win in the Easter Monday blockbuster and Chris Judd’s injury are top of the agenda, with plenty of debate around the top-four hopes of Collingwood, Essendon, Sydney, Freo and Port after a tough weekend for tipping. There’s also discussion of controversial bumps, ludicrous goal reviews and a look ahead to the big Anzac Day matches. Not to mention Huddo’s brush with being famous, Ralphy’s Twitter wars and a truly epic ‘Is It Just Me, Or...’ debut from Robbo.


Sunday, April 13, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 4

The latest edition of The SuperFooty Podcast is live, and no prizes for guessing what the hottest topic of the weekend is. Carlton are again in the spotlight after their horror loss to Melbourne and Anthony Hudson, Sam Edmund and Jon Anderson are joined on the line by Jay Clark for the latest from Visy Park. There’s also North’s top-4 ambitions, tagger tactics, the terrible Tiges, the burning issues of hot weather and sandy tracks and plenty more.


Sunday, April 6, 2014

The SuperFooty Podcast - Round 3

Top of the agenda is Carlton’s woes, whether Mick is the man for the job and the unthinkable for Blues fans … losing to the Dees. There’s heated debate on the importance of the ruck position, a difference of opinion on the chances of Bomber Thompson staying on at the Essendon helm and a look ahead to Friday night’s ‘Elimination Final’ between Richmond and Collingwood. All this, plus Huddo risking a painful encounter the next time he sees Barry Hall, Sammy’s aversion to one of the game’s traditions, Ando’s undying man-crush on Paul Chapman and plenty more.