Regular listeners should be also aware that we have now resolved our ongoing issues that we had with getting these podcasts being forwarded to your aggregator of choice. So, you can subscribe to the 200% podcast through Spotify, which you can find right here, and you can download the 200% podcast by right-clicking and saving here, whilst the podcast RSS feed is here and you can subscribe through Itunes here. Please rate and review if you appreciate what we do! And if you’re wondering about whether you can do anything to prevent us from wasting away and ultimately starving to death, we can confirm that we have now launched our brand new podcast Patreon page, which will deliver all manner of benefits to those of you enjoy the idea of stuffing money into our (metaphorical – but can be literal should the demand be there) g-strings. If you’ve never seen Edward Carter gyrate suggestively before, I can highly recommend it. And we still have our Redbubble shop, for the sartorially minded amongst you.
It’s that time of the week again, and this week’s podcast has even less to do with the title than usual. We all know that the league tables and list of honours never lie, but this week we’re focused on the worst of the best. Who have been the worst teams on paper to win major trophies? Now, for once it’s Ian who has done some research, so buckle up as we find out his selections for the worst ever winners of the League Cup, the FA Cup, the English league title, the European Cup and the World Cup. In his opinion. We should be clear that none of this devalues the trophies that have been won in any sense, but taking a mathematical approach to all of this would have left this podcast looking a little… dry, don’t you think?