Max, Barry, Musa and Ryan discuss the 1995 Champions League final between Ajax and Milan – a huge collection of future superstars at Ajax beating a Milan side who had not yet realised that they were on the decline.
In part three, we speak to Archie Rhind-Tutt about the return of the Bundesliga, the rigmarole those who enter the stadium have to go through and the German sides for whom having no fans in the ground may not cause a noticeable difference in atmosphere.
Back on Thursday.
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