Ep. 119- Tickets to ToonTown, with Aydin Osman

Season tickets are an essential part any sporting entity. The fans that are there, week in and week out, pay (sometimes) ridiculous prices to support their teams. But prices don’t always reflect what you are getting in return. Season ticket prices are often set a year in advance and there is little guarantee the product will match what you are paying for. There are a lot that goes into season ticketing and it was a pleasure to chat with Aydin Osman about his research into season ticket prices and the impact it has on attendances and engagement in fans. That’s what we have this week.

Ep. 116- Desire, Dream, Vision, with Michael Kurn

We all have dreams, but so few of us set our hearts on them and do whatever we can to make sure we reach them. It takes a lot of desire to reach our goals and without a clear vision, it’s difficult to imagine any of us actually getting there. This week I’m joined by Desire Dream Vision author Michael Kurn to discuss his new book and Saints 1-0 win over Brighton.

Ep. 113- Who Needs A Friend? With Rob Maddox

Spurs played with 12 men and should have finished with 10. Saints saw their substitute striker go off injured after about 20 minutes and managed to get two goals without a recognizable center forward on the pitch. That was thanks to a teenage right back and the fantastic right foot of an academy product. Rob Maddox, photographer out of Bath, joins me to break it down.

Ep. 103- An American Living in London and Working in World Football: My Conversation with Chris Macchi

A few week’s ago I had the opportunity to chat with Chris Macchi, someone I’ve wanted to chat with for a long time. Chris grew up moving around America, and soccer (football) played a huge role in connecting him to people everywhere he went. He’s now in London, and he’s still doing just that. It’s a long conversation about his journey to where he’s at now, and how football can play a role in bringing us all together, no matter where we are.