Tim Pool is the man behind the YouTube channel Tim Pool, where he goes through the day and night of the football season, covering every matchday.
He was also the presenter of the BBC’s Top Football podcast and the host of the Radio Times Football podcast.
Tim Pool is a former Liverpool player, who has now gone into politics.
He was a member of the Labour party and then was elected to Parliament in 2006 and has since represented Liverpool in the House of Commons.
I think it’s very exciting for the country that a very accomplished person of that background is doing this, and a very experienced journalist like Tim Pool should be able to do this, as well.
When he did his first podcast in 2007, he said it was the best show he had done and was able to interview a number of people.
In 2016, he started a podcast called Tim Pool Football.
This podcast has now become one of the most watched in the world.
As well as Tim Pool’s regular podcast, the Tim Pool TV channel is also in the news, with its first episode on the BBC iSeries in 2018.
It’s one of those things where the show just kind of grows organically over time.
What I’m really keen to do is to give a voice to a small number of fans who don’t get the opportunity to hear the game, who are like the minority who watch it, and so Tim Pool has that opportunity now.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity for people who want to follow the game from their living room to the pitch,” he said.
“It’s not just about one person who does this on their own, and it’s a great opportunity for the whole country to hear it.”
Tim Pool joins David Cameron in discussing his new podcast, Tim Pool: the 10 minutes interview.
The 10-minutes Tim Pool podcast will be broadcast on BBC One on Thursday, December 5, at 8:45pm and 11:30pm GMT.
Watch the full interview on BBC iPlayer