Kickback Podcast With Nedum Onuoha & Vinny

garfresco

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Listened to a few of them, and I think the main strength is that they are talking to each other as equals. Think there is a fear that interviews/chats with journalists are trying to get a story, and sometimes fans are a bit in awe of the players
 

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It's got to be said that Nedum's a brilliant host as well. I doubt punditry will be for him (and that's a compliment) but I'd love to see him get more media work in the future.
He’s articulate, well educated and an independent thinker - he’s got no chance of getting any media work.
 

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Nedum said that, when the ball went out for a throw just before the 93:20 goal he sprinted across to take it, if it had been another club he would have strolled. Claimed an assist I’ve always maintained that he almost threw it to Lescott
 

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Didn't know he had a podcast until i heard his interview on 93:20. That's pretty good - been meaning to sub his podcast so thanks for the reminder
 

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I really struggle to see why this pod hasnt caught the City fans base imagination. Its giving us a fantastic look at what went on in the dressing rooms of 07 to today. His manner is brilliantly relaxed and gets the best out of all his guests

The Vinny one is Brill as are the Clichy and Lescott ones. All of them in fact
only just heard about it but subscribed & enjoying it now.

I loved Vinny telling Nedum he was a disgrace in the QOR game.
 

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A really good, insightful podcast this.
Didn’t realise how much Vinny had been through prior to him moving to us :(
 

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Nedum was on my uni course about 15 years ago, but dropped out. I think he’s bright, especially compared to some other footballers. It’s a bit of a myth he’s highly educated, from an academic viewpoint anyway.

I’d much rather watch/listen to Micah in the media.
 

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Nedum was on my uni course about 15 years ago, but dropped out. I think he’s bright, especially compared to some other footballers. It’s a bit of a myth he’s highly educated, from an academic viewpoint anyway.

I’d much rather watch/listen to Micah in the media.
He got great A level results and probably dropped out of his Uni course due to football commitments Certainly Micah is entertaining but when I’ve heard Nedum he comes across as more insightful than Micah
 

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Nedum was on my uni course about 15 years ago, but dropped out. I think he’s bright, especially compared to some other footballers. It’s a bit of a myth he’s highly educated, from an academic viewpoint anyway.

I’d much rather watch/listen to Micah in the media.
Strange post.

Are you suggesting his intellect stopped growing because he left your uni course? Football? Ill mother? Juggling too much?

Unless, of course, you live with him and have witnessed what level he is at, intellectually, on a daily basis...?
 

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