The Unnamed Nantwich Town Podcast
#007 – That Self-Isolation Episode
After the 2019-20 season was brought to an abrupt conclusion due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Murray and Ryan discuss the impacts of the virus on the non-league game, with a specific focus on how events may affect the goings-on at the Weaver Stadium.
#006 – Back in the Game!
After a slight hiatus over the festive period, Murray and Ryan return to the Unnamed Nantwich Town podcast as they discuss the last few months at the Weaver Stadium, as well as looking ahead to the Cheshire Senior Cup Quarter-Final against Northwich Victoria.
#005 – Fylde or Fight?
Ahead of the Emirates FA Cup First Round Proper tie with AFC Fylde, Murray and Ryan discuss the Dabbers’ chances of reaching the Second Round Proper for the first time ever, previewing the first ever FA Cup First Round Proper game at the Weaver Stadium.
#004 – The Lord Mayor’s Show
In the fourth edition of the Nantwich Town podcast, Murray and Ryan preview the Dabbers’ Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Qualifying tie with King’s Lynn Town as Dave Cooke’s side aim to reach their third ever First Round Proper appearance. Also, the duo look ahead to the next batch of fixtures, including the Buildbase FA Trophy tie with Bamber Bridge.
#003 – Momentum Is Key
Ryan’s new favourite word ‘momentum’ is unveiled on the third episode of the Nantwich Town podcast, as Murray and Ryan preview the Emirates FA Cup Second Round Qualifying tie with National League North outfit AFC Telford United.
#002 – New Season, New Ambitions
Episode two of the Nantwich Town podcast sees Murray Watson joined by Carl Thorpe and Ryan Batty to look ahead to the 2019-20 season, a review of the pre-season and a look into the new faces around the Weaver Stadium. Also, the trio look into the origins of Carl’s famous nickname ‘Schumey’ as well as a Carl Thorpe lightning round.
#001 – Say Hello, Say Goodbye
In the first episode of the Nantwich Town podcast, outgoing press officer Steve Sharman joins Murray Watson, Ryan Batty and Carl Thorpe to discuss his time at the club, as well as the 2018-19 season and a comparison between Dave Cooke and Phil Parkinson’s first two seasons at the club.
In addition, the quartet discuss potential names for the podcast. What do you think is a good name for the new podcast? Email your suggestions to [email protected]
The opinions in these podcasts are personal to the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views of Nantwich Town Football Club.