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Sound of Football Podcast 466 - Worlds upon worlds

One of the ideas pushed at the FIFA Congress in May was that World Cups should be held every two years instead of four. In the time since, individuals with links to the organisation, such as Arsene Wenger and most recently Javier Mascherano, have lent their support to the idea but what would what would it mean for the rest of football?

We also discuss the possibility of 33 year old Robert Lewandowski being available for a snip at €100 million, Dimitri Payet being struck by a bottle in the match between Marseille and Nice, and whether or not Arsenal are "proper bad".

For more information on the podcast and links related to the subjects discussed, check out the Show Notes on our blog.

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