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Sound of Football Podcast 454 - The Phantom Zone

Now that the European Super League is dead, what is to be done with the Dirty Dozen? With the symbiotic relationship the broadcasters share with the top clubs, would any sanctions against those who signed up to the ESL prove just as damaging as the breakaway would have been itself? With focus now shifted on to the way that football clubs are run and owned, one model that has caught the attention is 50+1 - the standard Bundesliga model that keeps clubs majority fan-owned. Terry, our resident German football expert, offers a note of caution on something that is starting to be seen by some as a panacea. pods.sofpodcast.com/sofpodcast_454.mp3 For more information on the podcast and links related to the subjects discussed, check out the Show Notes on our blog . What's in the Weekend Boxset? The ESL clubs may still be in the doghouse but that won't stop Sky putting Manchester United v Liverpool in their premium slot on Sunday afternoon. There are also some crunch ties in

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