Former England, Spurs, Chelsea, Swindon and Wolves manager, Glenn Hoddle has launched his brand new, weekly sports podcast.
Every week Glenn will take a look back at the weekend’s footy action, giving his views on     all of the leading topics in the world of sport


Footy’s coming home! Former England, Spurs, Chelsea, Swindon, Southampton and Wolves manager, Glenn Hoddle has now released his brand new, weekly sports podcast, looking at all of the top stories in the Premier League and other top quality sporting events.

Dubbed the ‘Hoddcast’ - it is available worldwide, a perfect footy affable ambrosia to prepare yourself for the working week ahead and give you a thirst for more Premier League action when you’ve only just had your fill.” - The Sportsman

In Episode 3 Glenn speaks to leading football agent Jonathan Barnett, who represents Gareth Bale, discussing at length just how the deal was arranged for the much adored Welshman to return to Spurs on loan for the season.

In Episode 6 we speak to Kingsley Pungong, a man who is looking to help young African players realize their dreams of becoming professional footballers and improving not just their own lives, but also their family's.

In Episode 8 Glenn talks to the man who saved his life on his birthday two years ago, whilst working at the BT Sport studios. Sound specialist Simon Daniels remains humble, telling us that it was a team effort, but his actions made the difference in a life and death situation. His powerful interview with Glenn will hopefully make a lot more people aware to the dangers of heart disease. Please take a listen.

In Episode 19 Glenn reveals the secrets behind the ITV 'Masked Singer' programme where he starred 'under cover' as the Grandfather Clock. His rendition of the Barry Manilow song, "Can't Smile Without You" brought rave reviews from the judges. Take a listen to this fun filled episode.


Glenn Hoddle managed the England national team, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Swindon Town, Southampton and Wolves. He played 490 games for Spurs, scoring 110 goals for the north London club before starting his player manager career at both Swindon and Chelsea.

Glenn was a unique talent, and an England manager who created one of the most exciting World Cup teams that contained very youthful David Beckham and Michael Owen. Glenn has more recently been one of the biggest names in TV punditry for more than 20 years, currently starring on BT Sport and Premier League TV.