Long time football journalist Rohan Connolly sits down with Benjamin Savona and David Zita to discuss how football journalism has evolved over the last three decades… for better and worse.
Month: September 2017
The ramblings of these boys have not wavered as the EPL season rolls on!
While this round was somewhat quieter, the boys manage to squeeze in some discussion of young English players coming into the Premier League, Finn’s strange love of Serge Aurier, and Barra’s betrayal of one of his favorite sons…
Ecstasy, agony, joy, anger… the BoP panel are fiery on jumper clashes, match review panels, and much much more, including some insipid singing… enjoy this bumper Grand Final edition of Better on Paper
The boys are in again to review the big action in the Premier League over the weekend! Including a few rants from Barra, Finn’s staunch hatred of everything, a few of Jaz’s gags and Lou’s desperate attempts to keep Jairo Riedewald out of the podcast. It’s the EPL Review.
The big time has hit in the AFL, and the BoP team have lifted!
With an exciting new addition to the squad, the panel examine the second week of finals, the preliminary final matchups, and speak to a retiring AFL legend in James Kelly.
All this plus the Matildas, Daniel Ricciardo, Australia’s Davis Cup tie and more!
The boys (minus Jarrod who’s off this week) are in to delve into the week’s Premier League matches, including a humbling of one of the panel’s teams, and a spirited underdog victory from one of the other’s (Arsenal, it’s Arsenal). We update the tipping, Barra goes on a rant and we all preview the next round of games in the BOP EPL Review!
Collingwood young gun Tom Phillips joins us as a panelist on this week’s BoP, as we talk finals past and upcoming, an NFL preview, Federer and Nadal’s resurgence, Richmond’s remarkable win, and even a bit of Jim Carey…
With a distinct lack of Premier League on our TV Screens at the weekend, the boys are in with a super-episode to review the entire Summer Transfer Window.
Lou, Barra, Finn and Jaz go through every single one of the Premier League’s sides, scrupulously scrutinise their business, and give their assessments about how it all went. You won’t want to miss this…
David Zita sits down for a one-on-one interview with Aussie NBA star Andrew Bogut, talking about his childhood, his drive, his journey, and his ability to get back from two potentially career-ending injuries.