The Foxblogger Podcast Needs You

Its been a great couple of months for the Foxblogger Podcast since the show launched in late October. In the past few weeks the podcast has seen a very healthy number of subscribers and has been placed in the ‘New & Noteworthy’ section of the iTunes Podcast Directory.

If you haven’t heard the show before, the most recent episode can be found on iTunes or you can download it directly here.

I’d just like to take a moment to thank everyone who has been involved so far for their considered thoughts on Leicester City. The podcast is nothing without the fans who freely give up their time to make their voice heard.

On no occasion will this be more true than Boxing Day. Travel and family commitments mean that I’ll be unable to attend the match against Leeds, nor will I be able to conduct a post-game interview online.

So, for the podcast following the Leeds game I’d like to ask anyone who is interested in voicing their opinion about the game to leave a message on the podcast voicemail service. You can do this simply by calling 020 8144 3333 (calls are charged at the standard UK national rate). Messages can be as long or as short as you like. Just make sure you leave your name at the start of the call and (preferably) keep your comments clean.

Here are some things you might want to talk about;
–    The game itself, the standout players, things you feel need to change
–    The transfer market – who should Sven be targeting in January?
–    Prospects for 2011 – can City make it to the playoffs?
–    The club – have early season controversies (Fosse Boys, flags and fire safety certificates, persistent standing) calmed down? Are the new owners taking the right steps to engage the fans?
–    Your favourite moment of 2010.

I hope to be listening to lots of messages about a great performance and three points, but whatever the result get your calls in and join the debate.

Up the City!

Foxblogger

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