Santo, Sam & Ed’s Cup Fever! out now on iTunes

It’s the one you’ve kind of been waiting for!

While we couldn’t get enough of Santo CilauroSam Pang, and Ed Kavalee on their SBS World Cup themed show Santo, Sam and Ed’s Cup Fever! in 2010, Channel 7 poached them for Santo, Sam and Ed’s Sports Fever! in early 2012, then the ear-sounding friendly Santo, Sam and Ed podcast (2012 – present), the guys have released the delicious:

Santo, Sam and Ed’s Cup Fever! Special on iTunes!


Every night on SBS during the World Cup 2010 Santo Cilauro, Sam Pang & Ed Kavalee were devouring, debating, deconstructing, and even disemboweling the beautiful game. Catch up with all the quirky, funny and downright controversial happenings that occurred during the World Cup.

As a great man once said: “They say football’s a matter of life and death – but it’s more important than that.” We say fair enough, but only if you can have a laugh while you’re at it.

Nearly everything in the 1 hour feature is included – minus the actual World Cup footage (due to obvious legal reasons). For the price of 2 Maradonuts, you get the best of Cup Fever’s funny bits:

Bresh’s Diary
Judge Dukes
My Mother Could Have Scored That
Green and Gold Glasses
New Zealand Commentators
Bin Night

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As well as interviews with
Luke Wilkshire
Archie Thompson
John van’t Schip
Mark Bresciano

And special guests appearances by
Diego Maradona
Pim Verbeek
Carles Puyol
Joachim Low
George Calombaris
And the late Kim-Jong-il

Grab your copy now for $2.99AU to watch on your iPhone, computer, Apple TV – where ever – as long as you don your big spectacle!


While you’re there – you might as well subscribe to their free podcast, if you haven’t already.


    • Paul on August 23, 2013 at 12:12 am
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    Santo, where can I get that champagne comedy sketch on youtube where you put in a bid for Turkey to get the Games “must have Games” – might be a reality in 2 weeks when they announce which city gets them in 2020. Cheers Paul

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