Football Is For The Fans
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and James Restall.
Did the owners of proposed Super League clubs actually think their plan would work? Has the power shifted as a result of this failed breakaway league? Does Boris Johnson actually care or did he get involved for his own benefit? (00:00)
The Times’ Chief Football Writer Henry Winter joins us to add his thoughts on the last few days in the game. Now The Super League is seemingly dead, does the threat of the big owners looking to line their own pockets go away? Will the six Premier League clubs involved ever have full trust of their fans again? (22:43)
We discuss the latest Champions League reforms - with more teams, a new format and a lot of critics (34:26)
Looking ahead to the League Cup Final on Sunday - did Jose Mourinho at least deserve to lead Spurs out for the final he got them to? Was Ryan Mason the first choice to lead Tottenham until the end of the season? And West Ham host Chelsea at the weekend in a game that could be massive for the race for the final Champions League place - but can the Hammers keep up their good form? (48:14)
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