The Square Tube

It’s The Square Ball Podcast, now with moving pictures!

Dan, Michael, Moscow and Oddy recorded the first episode of The Square Ball Podcast on January 4th 2010, basking in the glory of winning at Old Trafford, sure that success was now going to be Leeds United’s forever.

Ten years later, when we tell you one of our most popular episodes was recorded straight after losing to Derby in the play-offs when we were drunk, emotional and the only thing making us happy was seeing children as miserable as we were, you know it didn’t quite work out that way. Through Bates, GFH and Cellino, from Warnock to Evans to Heckingbottom, all to get to Bielsa and the Premier League, eleven years of group therapy and bad impressions somehow won us a Football Supporters’ Association award (to go with two for the fanzine) and a loyal gang of listeners making it all worthwhile.

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Latest videos
Build Me Up Rutter Cup
Our thoughts at full time as Leeds United gained safe passage to the mysterious realm of the FA Cup fifth round.
Nils All Round
We talked, we streamed and we warmed up after a chilly afternoon at Elland Road watching this goalless draw.
Glamorgan This
A look ahead to the FA Cup fourth round replay against managerless Cardiff City. Will Colin really make a comeback?
Weird, Wonderful, Welsh
Clips and chat about Leeds United and the wider football world, with some medieval medicine thrown in for good measure.
Very Leedsy
Check out our thoughts straight after that Sonny Perkins goal secured an FA Cup draw against the Bluebirds.
Wed 4 Jan
Here's what's almost certainly not gonna happen against 'Arry's 'Appy 'Ammers on Wednesday night.
Clean Sheet
Here's what we made of the goalless draw in the pouring rain of Tyneside, right on the whistle.