Ian Cheeseman (and his VLOGs)

LoveCity

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Here is Ian hosting the new City Watch Podcast.


Absolute pleasure to work with this man. He's a gentleman and class act.
 

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I always make sure I watch Ian's Vlog and Esteemed Kompany's Vlogs numerous times. We need more of an online presence so I feel its important to support these lads and what they do.
 

rowarta

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to add to your favourite podcast app try feed://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:300105832/sounds.rss
 

nw42

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Here is Ian hosting the new City Watch Podcast.


Absolute pleasure to work with this man. He's a gentleman and class act.

Thanks for that, really enjoyed it, being more Ian's age than the other participants I found it enlightening to hear their take on things, all 3 spoke well and their passion for the club shone through.
As for Ian Cheeseman, they say all things happen for a reason, well the BBC's loss is our gain now he's freed up to do this sort of stuff along with his vlog. I do miss his commentary but Andy Buckley is a fine replacement on GMR.

I will look out for that City Watch podcast again.
 

ZanteWeatherman

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Cheesy surrounded by 'whippersnappers' there turned into a bit of a wankfest imo. I suspect 'more mature' guests would give the podcast a slightly different tone, although waxing lyrical and arrogance (no true City fans would ever be arrogant hopefully) are poles apart. I'm absolutely sure most listeners would prefer the former. Anyway, a good listen, I'm off now to listen to the Bluemoon podcast followed by the Grauniad football pod. So it's earphones on for a couple more hours while Mrs Weatherman watches back episodes of Masterchef shite (still beans on toast for tea mind).
 

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I'm listening to the podcast,and there should be no pessimistic thoughts from the guys (at their age) anyway !

Enjoy the ride is a line which is used a lot as well,surely the ride is going to last for a very long time,it comes across as though we are a Leicester City,had their 15 mins of glory,and never be able to challenge for the title ever again,we are City,we have been here before,and will be here for a long time,so "enjoy the ride" should not be used to be honest.

The owners have made it clear what they want to achieve,but there is a big doubt that when Pep leaves us it will all go to bits,no chance will it,hopefully he does stay around for a lot longer,but it won't mean it is game over once he leaves....will it ?........... No didn't think so
 

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