Introducing three of our regular new writers from Red, White and Blue with their weekly podcast.
Sadly this week’s show quickly generates into a shameless exercise in self promotion as Clarkey, Macca and Spraggy all plug their new books but in between the rampant commercialism some football chat sporadically shines through. Can Walcott cut it as a goal scorer? Did the esteemed Jonathan Wilson really predict Podolski would be a flop? Who are the next generation of stars to steer England to the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup? Oh, and we’ve also got a not-to-be-missed competition with a fantastic prize (which may or not be Clarkey’s new book).
Adrian is a former Arsenal midfielder, who has played at every level of English football from the Premier League to the Conference South. Now an experienced football journalist he writes for many publications around the world, as well as hosting ‘The Breakdown’ on Arsenal TV and the Red White & Blue podcast.
Iain Spragg has been a sports journalist for 15 years, working for Football365 and reporting for a number of national newspapers early in his career. He is now freelance and writes for MSN Sport and the Football League. His book credits include the biography of Ledley King, The Tottenham Hotspur Opus and the upcoming ‘Football: It’s Unbelievable!’
Iain Macintosh is the UK Correspondent for The New Paper in Singapore and the author of a number of sports books including 'Football Manager Stole My Life'. He also writes for ESPN, MSN, SI.com and is open to the offers of any other acronyms who might be reading.