Classic Football Shirts Partnership Announced

I’m delighted to share that TalkOfTheDevils has partnered with ClassicFootballShirts to sponsor our podcasts. This is great news for our listeners, who will benefit from a discount code exclusively for those who tune in to TalkingDevils and Barclay and Barton on the Premier League.

In addition to this, we are running a special competition for readers and listeners alike.

Classic Football Shirts are giving away £50 website credit to one of our listeners. All you have to do is subscribe to the Talking Devils podcast (which you can do by clicking here), listen to the show (you do both of those things already, right?) and then post a review. Screenshot your review and post it to @TalkOfTheDevils on Twitter and we will pick one at random and announce the winner on our podcast on Monday 20th July.

TalkingDevils is the only independent Manchester United podcast to bring shows from former players – with our weekly show co-hosted by Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup winner Paul Parker.

Barclay and Barton on the Premier League is a show which covers the wider topics of the league and football in general.

I personally am proud to partner with Classic Football Shirts – a company founded in Manchester with a store on Deansgate. In fact, one of the greatest privileges of my career – a signing event with Tommy Docherty for my book ‘Too Good To Go Down’ – was hosted at the store in December 2018.

In addition to the giveaway, we will have a special discount code that will be available to listeners of the show – details will follow in the next episode, which will be on Tuesday : a special show with both Paul Parker and Paddy Barclay.

Wayne Barton

Wayne is a writer and producer. His numerous books on Manchester United include the family-authorised biography of Jimmy Murphy. He wrote and produced the BT Sport films 'Too Good To Go Down' in 2018, and 'True Genius', in 2021, both adapted from his books of the same name. In 2015 he was described by the Independent as the 'leading writer on Manchester United' and former club chairman Martin Edwards has described him as 'the pre-eminent writer on the club'.

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