This week on the Indy Football Podcast the team discuss the Premier League’s audacious plan to salvage what is left of the football season.
Host Luke Brown is joined by Chief Football Writer Miguel Delaney, Senior Football Correspondent Melissa Reddy, Northern Football Correspondent Mark Critchley and Sports Feature Writer Vitushan Ehantharajah.
They examine the Premier League’s plan to play televised games in isolated “World Cup-style” camps in the midlands and London over June and July, in order to try and finish the 2019/20 season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Will it work? What are the pitfalls? And is it morally responsible?
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They also debate whether it is right for some of the richest football clubs in the world, such as Tottenham Hotspur, to furlough some of their lowest-paid workers.
Plus, Mark reveals his surprising addiction to smash Netflix series Love is Blind. All that and more below:
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