Swindon Town (A) Preview - Season 22/23, Episode 39

United are back up to second after seeing off FA Cup giant-killers Grimsby Town with an efficient 2-0 victory - but can they keep themselves in those automatic promotion places for the rest of the campaign?

In this episode of The Brunton Bugle, Lee is joined for the second time this season by special guest host Gregg Bulman to run through the main talking points from the win over the Mariners, including Tomas Holy's big save, Joe Garner's incredible work-rate and Simmo's comments about the nervousness of the crowd.

After that, we look ahead to long trip south to face Swindon Town this weekend. We have a chat with Rich from the Loathed Strangers podcast who discussed their change of manager mid-season, the high number of players recruited at the County Ground this campaign, and why we both love Harry McKirdy but for differing reasons!.

There's also a news update, a Loan Watch round-up and the usual run-down on how Ex-Blues have got on recently.

A big thank you to Gregg for stepping in to cover in Dan and Mike's absence - you can find Gregg's excellent Beer Review Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/Boolman%E2%80%99sBeerReviews

Your host Lee Rooney is in Liverpool and is joined via the wonders of the internet by Gregg Bulman in Carlisle. You can find us on Twitter @bruntonbugle, Facebook (search for "Brunton Bugle") and email us with any questions, suggestions and feedback to bruntonbugle@gmail.com.


We're pleased to confirm that Carlisle United Supporters' Club London Branch will be sponsoring the podcast once again this season!

As part of this sponsorship, they will be providing some useful info for us to share ahead of each away trip in terms of pubs, public transport changes, places to eat etc.

The London Branch is open to all Carlisle United fans across the world - whether you're based in the capital, New York, Timbuktu, Berlin or even Cumbria itself! To find out more, visit their website at www.carlislelondonbranch.org

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