Football Weekly

GUARDIAN  |  Podcast , ±1 hr 02 min episodes every 4 days  | 
ames Richardson, Barry Glendenning, Rafa Honigstein, Sid Lowe and the rest of the award-winning Football Weekly pod squad bring you puns and punditry, news and analysis, and the best blow-by-blow coverage of the Premier League and beyond for the 2014/15 season

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Club ownership, soft power and human rights – Football Weekly

Max Rushden, Philippe Auclair, David Conn and James Dorsey explore the foreign ownership of clubs, and the human rights abuses within some countries whose consortia have been buying – or attempting to buy – them. Help support our independent journalism at

The Europa League is go - Football Weekly

Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Mark Langdon, and Lars Sivertsen to discuss the Europa League action, preview the forthcoming Champions League clashes, and explore the potential for butter podcasts. Meanwhile Nick Ames joins us to discuss the redundancies announced at Arsenal.. Help support our independent journalism at

Leeds United are back in the Premier League – Football Weekly

Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Paul Doyle to discuss Leeds’s Championship triumph in the company of Daniel Chapman from the Square Ball podcast, plus the weekend’s FA Cup semis. Help support our independent journalism at

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