A leisure, sports podcast in Dutch from Jonne Seriese, Jasper Gottlieb en Daan Sutorius
Een podcast van over alles wat voetbal mooi maakt, gemaakt door voetbalromantici Daan Sutorius, Jasper Gottlieb en Jonne Seriese.
In de podcast gaat het o.a. over de dribbels van Quincy Owusu-Abeyie tegen Japan op het WK onder 20 en Xavi’s spacetime bij FC Barcelona. Soms blikken ze terug op iconische teams uit het recente verleden, zoals het AS Roma van Totti en Batistuta dat in 2001 de Scudetto won, of maken ze kleedkamerspecials met leuke profvoetballers als Urby Emanuelson of Haris Medunjanin.
Dit en nog veel meer, besprenkeld met een vleugje actualiteit, hoor je in de voetbalpodcast Studio Socrates.
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