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Football great Herschel Walker’s anger is a perfect fit for modern US politics

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Two weekends ago, as the new college football season dawned, Herschel Walker rendezvoused with the Fox network at the Georgia-Clemson game to discuss his heel turn from gridiron great to Georgia Republican candidate f...

A penalty bonanza, England’s 10-0 win and a trip to Sheriff – Football Weekly

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Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson, Suzy Wrack and Nick Ames to review each of Tuesday’s Carabou Cup ties in real time How to listen to podcasts: eve...

Which football teams could cut travel by joining another nation’s league?

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“In terms of travel , which top-flight teams would fare better by playing in a different nation?” asks Mike Wood. “For example, would Newcastle have a shorter average round trip to most Scottish Premiership teams than...

David Squires on … his favourite football cartoon panels

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The Guardian have granted me a week off from the back-breaking physical labour of drawing football cartoons, so I’m afraid you’ll have to wait another week to read my searing analysis of Ralph Hasenhüttl’s waistcoat g...

Special bond: how chance – and Kafka – turns football strangers into friends

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It was a reference to Franz Kafka that made me realise my friendship with Dom was pretty special. It was around the time when we had a player at Fulham called Alex Kacaniklic. During one match, Dom suddenly referred t...

Tributes to Jimmy Greaves. Plus Chelsea, Spurs and penalties – Football Weekly

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Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Fadugba and Barney Ronay pay tribute to the late Jimmy Greaves and round up the weekend action How to listen to podcasts: everything ...

Lincoln Project says ad attacking Greg Abbott pulled from Texas football game

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A group of disgruntled Republicans has questioned if the Texas governor, Greg Abbott, used political influence to pull a TV ad criticising his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. According to a statement issued on ...

Cristiano Ronaldo offers support to Perth-based football player in coma

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Manchester United stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Dean Henderson have offered support to a Perth-based football player who was critically injured in an alleged unprovoked attack. English striker Danny Hodgson, who plays f...

16,000 people, 81,000-seat stadium: what happens when college football dominates a town

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Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains, on a wooded patch overlooking a manmade lake at the fringes of the Clemson University campus, the James F Martin Inn is the demure retreat where thought leaders ch...

How do you decide which football team to support as a neutral?

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For me, 11 July 2021 will go down in history. Not as the date of the England men’s football team’s first major final since 1966, but the first time as an adult I supported England in a major tournament. Since 1980, I ...

Young Boys’ David Wagner: ‘I loved every second in English football’

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On a bright and glorious morning by the banks of the River Aare, training is over for the day and David Wagner is feeling pretty good about life. “I needed this distance from football,” he says of his decision to take...

Ronaldo’s dream second debut for Manchester United – Football Weekly

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Max Rushden is joined by John Brewin, Jamie Jackson and Troy Townsend to review Cristiano Ronaldo’s dazzling Manchester United return, Romelu Lukaku’s triumphant homecoming at Chelsea and the rest of the action from t...

Curse of Mayo strikes again as Tyrone take All-Ireland Gaelic football title

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The myth of Mayo’s curse remains intact after Tyrone clinched the All-Ireland football championship title. Hopes of County Mayo winning their first title since 1951 were dashed yesterday when they lost to Tyrone. Mayo...

Harrogate’s rise shows no sign of slowing in a land of football giants

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Yorkshire is home to managerial royalty, from Gareth Southgate to Marcelo Bielsa, but in the eyes of Harrogate supporters, Simon Weaver also belongs in that category, even if the England manager is usually the centre ...

Your questions answered: a mailbag special – Football Weekly

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Max Rushden is joined by Philippe Auclair, Jordan Jarrett-Bryan and Lars Sivertsen to answer your questions, ranging from serious to nonsensical How to listen to podcasts: ev...

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