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The European Super League hangover – Football Weekly

Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Liew, Archie Rhind-Tutt and Mike Calvin to discuss the fallout from the ESL proposals, and the view from Germany


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The pod look at the mounting reaction to the European Super League breakout, as non-ESL clubs line up to condemn the proposals.

Could the Premier League end up with a 50+1 ownership model, imposed by the government? Archie tells us why he thinks the German ownership model is a non-starter.

Hansi Flick has announced he’ll leave Bayern at the end of the season, perhaps to take on the Germany job. Will Julian Nagelsmann replace him?

And we talk to Mike about his new book exploring his journeys in sports, and alternative ways for football clubs to be run.

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