State Of The Game - AFR Voice Ep9

With the start of the New Year comes a brand new audio offering from AFR Voice, packed with all of the news and views from a frantic festive period of Premier League fixtures that seemed to have more games than a Nadal-Federer Wimbledon final.

We’ll be taking a look at the best and worst from the Christmas run of games, including Baywatch at the Etihad Stadium, politics at Stamford Bridge, Wizards at Loftus Road, as well as looking into why 2013 could be a bad year for fax machines, Marouane Fellaini’s lady problems, and a heart warming canine-based tale from the Bundesliga.

Then it’s time to get serious and give the Premier League its annual check up when we discuss what direction it’s going in, who look like being the winners and losers, and just when will the financial bubble burst? 

And an early January show wouldn’t be complete without signing off 2012 with our highlights of what has been another (mostly) superb year of football, of which there are almost too many moments to choose from. And with that, roll on 2013….

As always, you can get in touch with the team by tweeting @AFRvoice or emailing afrvoice@gmail.com. You can also subscribe to AFR Voice on iTunes and find us on Soundcloud.

Christmas Special - AFR Voice Ep8

With Christmas drawing near, and the European leagues taking a well-earned rest (while the Premier League does quite the opposite), AFR Voice has delved into its sack of festive audio treats to bring you all of the action from the PL and the rest of Europe over the last couple of weeks.

We’ll be taking a good look at all things Premier League, where Marouane Fellaini has been losing his head by using his head, Reading vs Arsenal continues to be possibly the most goal heavy fixture of all time, and QPR get warmed up for a busy January transfer window with their first win in the top flight since what feels like about 1994.

We’ll then be hopping in our sleigh and shooting over to Japan to pick up the pieces from Chelsea’s beating at the hands of Corinthians in the Club World Cup Final, before doubling back to Europe to see why Lionel Messi can’t stop scoring, why Sebastien Giovinco really should be kept on the Juventus bench for the foreseeable future, and why kitchens in Dortmund are soon to be the cleanest on the continent.

As always, you can get in touch with the team by tweeting @AFRvoice or emailing afrvoice@gmail.com. You can also subscribe to AFR Voice on iTunes and find us on Soundcloud.

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