The Bomb Squad Podcast

EAST COAST RADIO  |  Podcast , ±35 min episodes every 1 week  | 
East Coast Radio’s Sports Team has come together to form the Bomb Squad Podcast - inspired by the Springboks ‘Bomb Squad’ at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Every week the team sits down and discusses the biggest talking points in the world of sport with plenty of opinions and banter!
This podcast is presented by Sky Tshabalala, Gareth ‘G-Dog’ Jenkinson, Myron Naicker, Nick Tatham and Sbu Zulu.

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Is Fury the world's best? Khune or Akpeyi for Chiefs? Proteas ladies make history

In episode 3 the team talks about Tyson Fury's emphatic win over Deontay Wilder to clinch the WBC Heavyweight boxing title and if he should face Anthony Joshua to unify the division's belts. Everyone is divided over whether Itumeleng Khune or Daniel Akpeyi should be first choice goalkeeper at Kaizer Chiefs and the team celebrates the Proteas women's win over England in their T20 World Cup opener.

De Kock the future of SA Cricket, Erasmus leaving Springboks?

In the very first episode - the team chats about the Proteas series against England and if Quinton de Kock should take the captaincy in all 3 formats.
They unpack the Nedbank Cup last 16 and Kaizer Chiefs resurgence in the ABSA Premiership - and weigh in on Liverpool's untouchable run in the Premier League.
Lasty, the team chats about the Sharks' good start in Super Rugby and reports that Springbok director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has been in talks with England Rugby.

5 episodes