YP football writers Stuart Rayner and Leon Wobschall join host Phil Harrison to discuss – among other things – the decision by 12 of Europe’s so-called biggest clubs to create a closed-shop, European Super League.
Those at the very top of the footballing tree - including six from the Premier League - found a way of scoring quite possibly the most spectacular own goal ever seen in the game.
Sunday was when news first started to come out about the plans but, by Tuesday night, following a barrage af criticism and anger from fans, administrators and politicians, those plans were left in tatters, with the majority of clubs having now withdrawn and left scrambling for cover.
We’ll also look at the rise of Barnsley who, under Valerien Ismael, have put themselves in a prime position to reach the Championship play-offs as well as casting an eye towards Bramall Lane to look at the decisions which now have to be made by Sheffield United in light of the weekend confirmation of their relegation from the Premier League.
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