March 28th, 2015
Episode 35 of 205 episodes
With strong results for England and Wales this weekend, Jason Mohammad and Chris Waddle deliberate the future of the British game - and just how much would the return of Gareth Bale mean to the Premier League? The lads take us through the fallout from the international qualifiers, as well as all the results from Leagues One and Two and hear from disgruntled Southend fans: their 250 mile trip to Bury was cut short 6 minutes into the game due to a heavily waterlogged pitch. And as Roy Hodgson prepares his team to play Italy, the lads talk about potential European Championship lineups, the idea of ‘pre-qualifiers’ for international minnows, and the introduction of a ‘home grown’ quota in the English leagues.
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