Left Back #2


The LeftLion sports podcast is back in the house with Mathew Horne, The Elementz, Notts County Mad and Lost That Lovin Feeling


Left Back #2

Left Back is the monthly LeftLion sports podcast. Taking its name from the inspiration provided by the likes of Stuart Pearce and... erm, Meindert Dijkstra, we'll be offering a monthly update of sport in Nottingham, delivered straight into your tabs.

Your regular hosts are Jared Wilson and Alan Gilby - and Alan actually made it into the studio this time after being held up in London during the first episode, having football trials with Chelsea. Jared, meanwhile, didn't drink enough milk when he was a child and is now only good enough to play for Accrington Stanley.

Features on this episode include an exclusive interview with Mathew Horne (of Gavin and Stacey and Horne and Corden telly fame), talking about his time as a youth goalkeeper with Notts County. Also in the house were Nottingham producers The Elementz (aka Zoutr and Liati) who came in to talk about their new album (featuring the likes of Roots Manuva) and their currently appalling performance in the LeftLion fantasy football league.

Our football pundits on this episode are local football forum overlords Alex, Rich and Tom. Alex and Rich are two of the the men behing of Forest fan site Lost That Loving Feeling (LTLF.co.uk) and are not fans of the Su Pollard version of You've Lost That Loving Feeling at all (how could they?). Tom was going out for dinner straight after recording and turned up to the studio looking very smart (particularly considering he's from Carlton) and one of the current Editors of Notts County Mad (nottscounty-mad.co.uk).

Mathew Horne - a guest on Left Back The Elementz on Left Back

LISTENERS TAKE NOTE: If you want to compete against the Left Back team (and some of our studio guests) in a fantasy football league this season, sign up a team at fantasy.premierleague.com and use the code 90029-51056 to join the LeftLion League. At the end of the season the overall winner will be invited onto the show and annointed by us as the font of all local football knowledge!

Music during the show is kindly provided by You Slut! and The Elementz.
 

If you like this, you might also like:
Our regular online footy columns Left Brian (Forest) and Left Pie-On (County) and our football photo galleries. Or read articles and interviews with the likes of Carl Froch, Jason Lee, Jimmy Sirrel (RIP) and more at leftlion.co.uk/sport


 

 

Download this show or stream in browser

Share this article

|

Comments


comments powered by Disqus

Share Tools

Go to comments Read comments and make your own

LeftLion Newsletter

Get a weekly dose in your inbox

LeftLion Newsletter
more info

Nottingham Playhouse

Nottingham Playhouse
more info

Most read this monthalt

  • LeftLion Magazine #60
    With Stuart Pearce, Shaun Derry, Sleaford Mods, Gallery 47, Lenton Flats, Soul Buggin', DiY, D'Israeli, Ross Noble and more...
  • Murdered By My Boyfriend
    This new, one-off BBC Three drama is based on the true story of a Nottingham girl who suffered at the hands of domestic abuse
  • LeftLion Magazine #59
    With Rankin, London Grammar, Ronika, World War I, Kogumaza, Sneinton Arts Scene and the eighties miners strikes
  • Brief history of Gunn Crime
    An overview of the criminal careers of Bestwood Cartel leaders and 'Godfathers' of Nottingham gang crime, Colin and David Gunn
  • A Canadian at London 2012
    "I want to lose myself in the joyous atmosphere of the world’s middle class getting together to cheer on its fastest and best at throwing heavy objects"
  • Five Reasons Why Grandmaster Flash Changed The Game
    The man who introduced the medium of hip hop to the mainstream will grace the stage of Nottingham this Sunday at The Approach
  • Stuart Pearce
    "I don't think I could have finished my life without managing Nottingham Forest"
  • Paul Kaye on Sid Vicious
    "What tepid and conservative times we live in by comparison. Kids didn't tweet their idols back then, they gobbed at them"
  • Pick of the Week: 28 July - 3 August
    A bit of this and a bit of that make for loads of fun things to do this week
  • Nottingham Riverside Festival
    This weekend is Nottingham's largest free festival with up to 120,000 people heading for the shows, fairs and a monster firework display

LeftLion on Facebook

 

Event Listings alt

There aren't any tickets available for sale. view all events