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Max, Barry, Barney and Jonathan discuss Italy 3-2 Brazil, a game whose significance has echoed through time as a major marker in the development of football tactics. The kits are really nice, too.

We end the pod with chapter four of Detective Wilson, as imagined by actor and screenwriter Jamie Biddle.

Back on Thursday.

PS: unfortunately our show in Leeds has been rescheduled – it will now be taking place on 17 September. We will, of course, keep you updated if things change further.

Paolo Rossi of Italy shields the ball from Junior of Brazil

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