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Football Today gives you in-depth analysis of the biggest stories from the world of football in episodes that you can listen to in a single commute. From corruption and controversy to the issues that are changing the fabric of the game. Don't just read the game, feel the game.

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Football Today gives you in-depth analysis of the biggest stories from the world of football in episodes that you can listen to in a single commute. From corruption and controversy to the issues that are changing the fabric of the game. Don't just read the game, feel the game.

    A Week in the Life of Manchester City

    A Week in the Life of Manchester City

    Friday 14th of February - Valentine’s Day. Manchester City have just received notice of a ban from UEFA: two years out of the Champions League and 30 million euro fine.
    The ban comes in the wake of UEFA’s claims that Manchester City “overstated its sponsorship revenue in its accounts and in the break-even information submitted to UEFA between 2012 and 2016”. They also claim that the club “failed to cooperate in the investigation”.
    It is now Friday the 21st of February and the dust has started to settle. In this episode, we trace the last seven days in the history of Manchester City Football Club and attempt to unpick the threads, looking at the impact of the Champions League ban on the fans, on the club, on the players, on the Premier League, on European football in general.
    Guests:
    David Mooney (@DavidMooney), creator of Blue Moon Podcast (@BlueMoonPodcast) and host of The Athletic’s Why Always Me? Podcast.
    Matt Slater (@mjshrimper), football news and investigations reporter at The Athletic.
    Jonathan Smith (@jonnysmiffy), Manchester City correspondent for Goal.com (@goal).
    Follow us on Twitter: @FT_podcast_
    www.FootballTodayPodcast.com

    • 30 Min.
    Should We Jail Racist Football Fans?

    Should We Jail Racist Football Fans?

    Earlier this month a Brighton fan, George Reynolds was convicted and sentenced to prison for racist comments he made at a game against Tottenham. Today we look at the 'landmark' case and examine what it means for football.

    Guests:

    Aidan Barlow (@ArgusAidan) Crime Reporter/The Argus

    George Starkey-Midha (@GStarkeyMidha)Ex-Media Officer/Kick it Out

    Paul Barber Chief Executive/Brighton and Hove Albion FC

    Follow us on Twitter: @FT_podcast_

    www.FootballTodayPodcast.com

    • 25 Min.
    Jurgen Connsmann? Why Jurgen Klinsmann Quit Hertha Berlin

    Jurgen Connsmann? Why Jurgen Klinsmann Quit Hertha Berlin

    Jurgen Klinsmann lasted 76 days as manager of Hertha Berlin. Then he quit. Today we look at why Klinsmann really left Hertha Berlin and what the fallout of the decision will be for Klinsmann and the club.

    Guest:

    Ronan Murphy (@swearimnotpaul) Football Journalist/Goal

    Follow us on Twitter: @FT_podcast_

    www.FootballTodayPodcast.com

    • 24 Min.
    Chelsea and the Importance of a Stadium in the Twenty-First Century

    Chelsea and the Importance of a Stadium in the Twenty-First Century

    Three years ago, there was an air of expectancy around Chelsea Football Club.
    Having fallen behind in the matchday revenue tables, they had just been granted approval to build a new stadium on the Fulham Road plot on which Stamford Bridge is situated.
    Fast forward to the present and that planning agreement is set to expire imminently.
    In this episode, we ask: how important is a stadium to a football club in the twenty-first century?
    Guests:
    Liam Twomey (@liam_twomey) covers Chelsea and more for The Athletic

    Kieran Maguire (@KieranMaguire) is a football finance expert working at Liverpool University and co-host of the Price of Football Podcast
    Follow us on Twitter: @FT_podcast_
    www.FootballTodayPodcast.com

    • 25 Min.
    RB Milan? Could Ralf Rangnick Work in Italy?

    RB Milan? Could Ralf Rangnick Work in Italy?

    When Ralf Rangnick has taken RB Leipzig from the German 4th division to last 16 of the Champions League.

    However, last week Bild reported that Rangnick was set to join AC Milan. Yesterday, La Gazzetta dello Sport contradicted that and said Milan wouldn't be hiring him.

    We ask, what is next for Ralf Rangnick and can he replicate his success elsewhere?

    Guests:

    Raphael Honigstein (@honigstein) German Football Writer/The Athletic

    Gabriele Marcotti (@marcotti) Senior Writer/ESPN

    • 29 Min.
    Octopus Balls, Mascots and Samba: Japan's Fan Culture

    Octopus Balls, Mascots and Samba: Japan's Fan Culture

    On Saturday, Vissel Kobe beat Yokohama F. Marinos in a 3-3 thriller to win the Japanese Super Cup. The game went into penalties and at one point the two teams missed 9 penalties in a row. But the game played second fiddle to many of the fans in attendance.

    With the new season around the corner, we explore Japan's Mascot Election and find out what else makes Japanese fan culture special. 

    Guest:

    Dan Orlowitz (@aishiterutokyo), Sports Writer at the Japan Times

    • 29 Min.

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