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This week the podcast tries to sift through the definitely-goings, the definitely-stayings and the not-quite-sures. Will the club be able to hang on to the likes of Armani Little and Joe Lewis, as it looks as though Connor Lemonheigh-Evans' future is settled?由Reach Podcasts
TORQUAY United manager Gary Johnson won't throw in the towel on this season's play-off push despite the mounting mathematics against him, and the Gaffer is in defiant mood when the podcast catches up with him this week. But despite his team's stirring battles and the remarkable successes of the youth team, the Torquay United Women have been taking …
It's a Happy St Patrick's Day from the Yellow Army Podcast, with some memories of great Irish players and managers who have worn the yellow shirts or pulled into that reserved parking space. And some earnest research into the 'market value' of teams in the National League turns out to be what M*A*S*H's Colonel Sherman Potter would have dismissed as…
If ever an aspiring young manager looking to make inroads into the English game turned up at the wrong time and in the wrong place, it was Lubos Kubik. It's his birthday today, though, so the podcasters take a look back at a tumultuous period in Torquay United's history,由Reach Podcasts
We could have given you all a week off, but instead the podcasters cast their nets deeper into the non-league pool to come up with a couple of fine specimens you could admire instead of spending your normal football time in a DIY store or some other Saturday afternoon horror由Reach Podcasts
It wouldn't be Christmas without Angels - in this case Tonbridge Angels, who are United's FA Trophy opponents on Saturday. Dave Thomas and The Gaffer join the podcast today to chat about cup run, Covid, and the striker who demolished a concrete wall由Reach Podcasts
The Torquay United Yellow Army podcast has much to discuss this week, and begins with a chat with Gaffer Gary Johnson in the wake of two disappointing defeats on the road. We discuss the exciting talents of Sinclair Armstrong, and assess the impact of Billy Waters, the striker Torquay let go.由Reach Podcasts
Torquay United tested their fans' patience against Dover at Plainmoor last weekend with a below-par performance, and skipper Armani Little became the target for the boo-boys. Gary Johnson reveals that he spoke to his skipper in the aftermath of the booing incident, and gives him a ringing endorsement.…
Like moths to a flame, Torquay United fans will join what could be a 10,000 crowd at Wrexham on Saturday, looking to spoil a Hollywood carnival for their hosts. New Wrexham owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney - Hollywood icons both - are expected to attend their first home match on Saturday.由Reach Podcasts
It has been an uncomfortable week at Torquay United in more ways than one, with some straight talking in the wake of two successive defeats and an extra day on the training ground. All that, and the heating has packed up at the training ground! Hear all about ticks and crosses in the boxes.由Reach Podcasts
It has been quite a week for Torquay United fans, from the euphoria in the rain on Saturday to the disappointment of Tuesday night, but it all gives the Podcast much to discuss. Gary Johnson joins us to talk about consistency, new signings and the contribution of the travelling Yellow Army on a night like Tuesday…
Saturday's last-minute win over Southend at Plainmoor brought some much-needed relief to under-pressure Torquay United, and manager Gary Johnson talks to the Podcast today about the new confidence it has given his team. Also, David Thomas pays respects to the fabulous Tony Scott由Reach Podcasts
As if the imminent arrival of the new football season wasn't reason enough, we've got more celebrations in mind on the podcast this week. We are closing in on our eighth birthday and our 300th podcast next week, just as things are beginning to shape up very nicely for the new campaign.由Reach Podcasts
First we talk to the Gaffer this week about the match at Ashton Gate, then there's a chance to mull it all over. How poor were those refereeing decisions? How good was Lucas Covolan's goal? How outstanding were Joe Lewis and Sam Sherring? And how queasy did you feel when you saw the picture Jake Andrews posted online of his injury?…
The regular presenters are joined by Gary Johnson, who looks ahead to Saturday's showdown with Notts County, and Don O'Riordan, who played with distinction for Notts County and won a play-off final at Wembley before joining Torquay as player-coach.由Reach Podcasts
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