Soccer Central

with James Sharman
Podcast: Every Monday and Thursday

Soccer Central

with James Sharman
Podcast: Every Monday and Thursday

Soccer Central takes an in-depth look at the beautiful game. Host James Sharman brings you the latest from around the soccer world, offering timely and thoughtful analysis and debate on the game’s biggest issues. Subscribe to the show using iTunes by clicking here For more content, check out James' articles by clicking here. And of course, for all things soccer, visit the Sportsnet soccer page.
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Listen Soccer Central Radio - December 1 - Thursday
On the latest edition: James Sharman and John Molinaro recap Toronto FC's epic playoff win over the Montreal Impact, and what this playoff series will mean for Canadian soccer.


Nov
17

Listen Soccer Central Radio - November 17- Thursday
On this edition: ESPN's Alison Bender previews this weekend's Manchester United-Arsenal match, and the latest news from around the Premier League.


Nov
14

Listen Soccer Central Radio - November 14 - Monday
On this edition: Coming off the FIFA break, James Sharman, Thomas Dobby and Brendan Dunlop discuss the problem with international football, and talk about the upcoming Impact-TFC playoff series.


Nov
10

Listen Soccer Central Radio - November 10 - Thursday
On this edition: Former Toronto Mayor David Miller joins the show to discuss his love of Toronto FC, his thoughts on Reds' playoff run, and his views on the Argos moving into BMO Field.


Nov
3

Listen Soccer Central Radio - November 3 - Thursday
On this edition: The boys preview this weekend's MLS playoff games involving Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact with Dan Riccio and Kelsey Patterson.


Oct
24

Listen Soccer Central Radio - October 24 - Monday
On this edition: James Sharman and Thomas Dobby recap the Premier League weekend, including what's shaping up to be an interesting title race, and Manchester United's woes.

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