Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
Saints Launch New Podcast Series - The Southampton Way !
Friday, 8th Oct 2021 09:36

The way football clubs communicate with supporters has changed drastically in the 33 years that the Ugly Inside has been in existence, Now Saints have launched a series of podcasts covering the 20 years since we moved from the Dell to St Mary's

Saints have launched a new series of podcasts aimed at letting supporters get a more in depth view of what has happened at the club since it moved from Milton Road to Britannia Road back in the summer of 2001.

As a service to Saints supporters we print the press release below.

Southampton Football Club has today launched a brand new podcast series exploring the moments, people and players that have defined the club’s first 20 years at St Mary’s – and continue to shape the future of Saints.

• All five episodes of All In Saints: The Southampton Way are available to stream or download via Spotify, Apple Music and Google Podcasts today
• Each episode lets fans step behind the scenes with the moments, people and players that have defined the club and continue to shape the future of Southampton FC.
• Episode 1 | All in: With James Ward-Prowse
• Episode 2 | All in: Administration
• Episode 3 | All in: With Inter Milan
• Episode 4 | All in: The Academy
• Episode 5 | All in: Development

Part of a campaign to mark two decades since Southampton FC’s move from The Dell to St Mary’s, award-winning sports broadcaster Jonathan Overend (BBC) presents the podcast, inviting fans behind the scenes with exclusive never-before-heard interviews from board members, backroom staff, club legends and current first team players, spread across five unique episodes.

A brief synopsis of each episode can be found below:

Episode 1 | All in: With James Ward-Prowse

From 8-year-old academy prospect to club captain, England international and consummate professional – Saints skipper James Ward-Prowse has always been all in.

Listen as coaches and teammates, including Theo Walcott, Kyle Walker-Peters and Nathan Redmond, lift the lid on what makes Prowsey the man they want to lead them into battle. While the captain himself reveals some of his secrets – including his unique approach to set-piece delivery.

Episode 2 | All in: Administration

What does it take to come back from the lowest of the lows? After 27 successive seasons of top flight football, Saints finished bottom of the Premier League. A moment that sparked an unravelling of fortunes that would go on to threaten the club’s very existence.

Come behind the scenes to discover the real story of Saint’s incredible comeback – with exclusive interviews and stories from the people who saw Southampton’s darkest days first-hand and helped the club come back from the brink.

Episode 3 | All in: With Inter Milan

Just six seasons after going head-to-head against the likes of Hartlepool, Stockport and Yeovil, the Saints comeback trail hit a new high, bravely felling one of the giants of European football: Inter Milan.

Uncover the inside story behind The Italian Job – one of the most famous nights at St Mary’s in its 20-year history. A remarkable underdog story that encapsulates everything about what it means to do things the Southampton Way, as told by the players themselves.

Episode 4 | All in: The Academy

How do you transform raw talent and potential into a Gareth Bale, Luke Shaw or Theo Walcott? To continuously produce top players that compete on the highest stage, you have to go all in on developing world class talent.

Step inside one of the most successful academies in Europe to pull back the curtain on the unique ethos, innovative practices and attention to detail that shapes future stars of the beautiful game.

Episode 5 | All in: Development

We know promise when we see it. Saints has a proud history of identifying players with untapped potential and helping them to reach the top level of the sport.

Learn the secrets of how the team behind the scenes help players and people realise their full potential – inspired by the club’s philosophy, the Southampton Way.

Photo: Action Images

Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.

saintmark1976 added 14:32 - Oct 8
Nick, a better way to communicate with the fans would be for the club’s employees to simply answer the phone.

You need to login in order to post your comments

Southampton Polls

About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Cookies Advertising
© FansNetwork 2021