This is The Fighting Cock. Flav, Spooky, Ricky, Thelonious, Bardi and Alex on the rotation. Windy dropping weekly yoof knowledge bombs. Engineer Al remotely editing and mixing our degenerate dissection of all things THFC. Occasional star guests included. Love the shirt.
Welcome to episode 4 of the The Fighting Cock podcast recorded on Wednesday 17th August from Ricky’s living room. We chat Everton postponement and the build up to Hearts in Europe (build the side around Livermore!). We also take a look back at Robbie Keane in Lilywhite (legend or tainted?) and attempt to decide if Gomes is worthy of his number one shirt. And emails too. There’s also a controversial game of Killer (the Burkinshaw divide) and we’re left scratching our heads asking: What is the Tottenham whisper? Don’t forget to get in touch with your feedback and questions at... Read more »
Welcome to episode three of The Fighting Cock, this week coming from the almost derelict ‘The Rose’ pub in the back streets of London Bridge starring Flav, Spooky, tehTrunk, Chicago Dan, Al the engineer and we also welcome guest ‘Pete’. Ricky is also present, but good luck working that one out. It’s a straight-laced first part and chaotic second where we struggled to keep a straight face (it’s radio, you can’t see, but the laughing gives it away). We discuss our 2-1 pre-season friendly win at the Lane, Everton (our predictions count for nothing now) and Hearts, right-backs, still no... Read more »
Welcome to the second episode of The Fighting Cock, this week coming from The Maynard pub in North London and it’s squeaky kitchen door. No engineer Al this week which meant recording the podcast was one of epic blood and sweat. We got there in the end (apologies for the sound dipping a few times in the opening 5 minutes). Flav, Spooky, tehTrunk, Ricky and Chicago Dan all present and discussing Joey Barton and Emmanuel Adebayor as potential transfer signings and pushing them head first through the ‘What If?’ shredder of disdain. The team also look towards the new up... Read more »