Indy Football Podcast: Is the beautiful game broken – and what can we do about it?

Season 3 Episode 21: Luke Brown is joined by Miguel Delaney, Vithushan Ehantharajah and Ben Burrows

Luke Brown
Thursday 13 February 2020 16:19
Listen to the latest episode of The Indy Football Podcast
Listen to the latest episode of The Indy Football Podcast

This week on The Indy Football Podcast the team ask whether the growing financial disparity between Europe’s superclubs and the rest has irreparably broken football.

Host Luke Brown is joined by Chief Football Writer Miguel Delaney, Feature Writer Vithushan Ehantharajah and Sports Editor Ben Burrows to discuss the future of the club game and ask what comes next.

Miguel’s recent special report – ‘How modern football became broken beyond repair’ – is analysed and we respond to your recent feedback.

And, in the second part of the podcast, we attempt to offer some solutions for how we can begin to fix football. Is supporting local clubs the answer? And, at this point, would it be better for the most powerful clubs to go ahead and form a European Super League?

All that and more.

As ever, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with the latest football news.

Click play above to listen to the latest episode, which is also available on iTunes, acast and all other podcast providers (if the audio is not appearing on your mobile, you may need to view on desktop or download the podcast).

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