We start by wrapping up the latest news stories regarding Covid-19’s impact on the world of football.
In part two, we analyse Argentina’s 2-1 win over England in the 1986 World Cup – did Bobby Robson get his tactics wrong? Why didn’t John Barnes start? Was it a handball?
In part three, we talk to the chaps at Stadio about their podcast and how it’s changing in these times of extremely limited amounts of live football, there’s a lot of toilet roll chat and we hear the first chapter of Detective Wilson.
Back on Thursday.
PS: unfortunately our show in London on 23 March has been cancelled. All ticket-holders will be contacted and refunded in due course.
PPS: unfortunately our show in Leeds has been rescheduled – it will now be taking place on 17 September. we will, of course, keep you updated were things to change further.
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