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Wise Men Say Podcast: Episode 11

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Scott Heavey

Well, I'm assuming everyone has found whatever means necessary to listen to last week's podcast? Take a couple of hundred listeners from the newly created Wise Men Say podcast from over at Salut Sunderland, add them to you lot and the RSS feed crashes. World domination is on the cards, I reckon. Anyhoo, details below on how the cool kids who listen on iTunes can re-subscribe from this week.

There will be a final podcast of the season, a post mortem of sorts where can all have a great big laugh at the near miss that was relegation. Hilarious. This week, former Sunderland favourite Martin Smith speaks about the current situation, as well as making comparisons to those final seven games in which Peter Reid was tasked with saving the lads from the drop in 1995. Those of you who enjoyed Craig Clark's recent little piece of nostalgic wonder, looking at very scenario, may find this of interest. We've had some cracking guests on the podcast since it's huge global launch and this one really was the icing on the cake. Or the cherry on the cake. Or the cherry on the icing on the cake. Come to think of it, I'm sure those metaphors are often used with negative connotations. Oh I don't know, he was a great guest - articulate, knowledgable and enthusiastic.

We're also joined by Alan Fisher who has his own Spurs blog, Tottenham on my mind. Together we discuss Sunday's game and what we can do to prevent Gareth Bale, are they a one man team? Seems harsh. As always it's presented by myself, Stephen Goldsmith, and aided by Gareth Barker. Roker Report will have some input next week and probably a significant amount next season, so fear not y'aaaal.

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