September's TalkHockeyRadio Online Now

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England triumphed in the EuroHockey Nations Championships in Amsterdam, with the men taking gold and the women bronze, so the September edition is packed with stuff from Amsterdam. We talk to umpire Alison Murphy about her return to hockey after starting a family. Kate Walsh, Helen Richardson and Susie Gilbert give a players view of the Championships.

We ask FIH president Leandro Negre about his first few months in office and about security for the World Cup in India. On the subject of presidents, an old friend, Simon Mason, tell us about his appointment as stand-in president of England Hockey.

Beth Storry, Becky Duggan and Sally Walton - which is the odd one out? None of them - they have all kept goal for England. We talk to Sally Walton about her role as stand-in goalkeeper.

‘Something different.’ It’s the European Hockey Federation’s new slogan. We find out more.

TalkHockeyRadio listeners Sean and Gay were in Amsterdam and they tell us what they thought of the England performance and the importance of watching international hockey.

And the podcast would not be complete without a word from the victor. Men’s head coach, Jason Lee, answers his critics.

It's all in the September edition of TalkHockeyRadio.