• The SetPiece Podcast: Premier League Sitrep w/ Sam Tighe

    Podcast host Raj Bains is joined by Sam Tighe for what could be seen as an old school Set Piece podcast, but definitely isn't. Setting the scene for what could be another brilliant Premier League season, the pair discuss the influx of new management and playing talent, relegation candidates and make a quick punt at who will finish the season as POTY and YPOTY. ...

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  • The SetPiece Podcast | Why Don’t The Premier League Offer A Legalised Streaming Platform

    Welcome back to The SetPiece podcast from uMAXi Footballt, back up and running ahead of the 2016/17 Premier League campaign. This week, host Raj Bains takes his idea for a legalised steaming platform for the Premier League to European Football writer and broadcaster Andy Brassell, before Nick Harris of Sporting Intelligence sheds some light on the financial realities of the situation. ...

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  • The SetPiece Podcast | Farewell Robbie Brady | Season Review Podcast

    Raj Bains is joined by the glorious panel of Joe Devine, Seb Stafford-Bloor and Conor Kelly for one last time before the pod has a facelift over the summer to discuss a bit of Man Utd business - sorry - and the 2015/16 Premier League season. ...

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  • The SetPiece Podcast | Dilly Ding, Dilly Dong | Joe Brewin of FourFourTwo

    Raj Bains is joined by Joe Brewin of FourFourTwo to discuss his club, Leicester City, winning the Premier League by a mile. Thoughts on the Vardy film, Ranieri, expectation, Champions League and the leader of the pack himself, Wes Morgan. ...

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  • The SetPiece Podcast | Where Are All The Football Writers of Colour?

    Raj Bains speaks to the likes of Rory Smith of The Times, Jonathan Liew from The Telegraph, Musa Okwonga, Carl Anka, Natasha Henry, Sam Tighe, Seb Stafford-Boor and Alex Stewart about the lack of coloured writers in football - and all of media, for that matter - and why that is, how it could be remedied, and what it's like for writers of colour if they do somehow manage to carve out a career for themselves. ...

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