Phil Gould

Phil Gould

Phil "Gus" Gould is an Australian rugby league broadcaster, journalist, administrator and former player and coach. Since the 1990s he has had a prominent role in Channel 9's coverage of rugby league, as a commentator on their match-day coverage, and appears on The Sunday Footy Show and The Sunday Roast. He is the expert commentator on Monday Night Football on Triple M radio and writes for Sydney's Fairfax paper, The Sun-Herald. Before his media career, he was a State of Origin and NRL coach, and before that, a premiership-winning player.

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Rowland Charles Gould
... Rowland Charles Gould (born 4 March 1955, Shanklin, Isle of Wight) known as Boon Gould, is an English musician and one of the four founding members of Level 42 ... Boon is the brother of Phil Gould, who was the drummer and also a founding member of Level 42 ... Gould provided lyrics, some guitar work, and some music for the latest Level 42 album Retroglide, although he and King have an agreement that Gould is credited solely for ...
Level 42 - History - 1993-1994:(Forever Now)
... put pressure on King and Lindup to work with Phil Gould again, after the disappointing reaction to Guaranteed ... Gould's role as co-writer on many of the bands early hits was seen as a recipe for creating a more commercial Level 42 album ... Whatever the truth of this rumour, King extended an invitation to Gould, after which both agreed to put their long-running differences aside ...
Phil Gould - Football Commentator
... Gould currently works as an "expert" for Channel 9 and Triple M radio during rugby league telecasts, including NRL, State of Origin and International football contests ... Gould also spends some time posting on Sportal forums like League Unlimited, RLfans.com and TotalRL.com ...
Level 42 - History - 1979–1980: Formation
... Mark King and the Gould brothers (Phil and Rowland, the latter generally known by his nickname "Boon") were all brought up on the Isle of Wight and played together in various bands during their teenage years ... Phil Gould went on to study at London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he met keyboard player Mike Lindup in a percussion course ... By 1979, Phil Gould and Mark King were both based in London and became involved in Robin Scott's pop project M (Gould played on the US number one single 'Pop Muzik') ...

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