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Football Writing Festival 2019: Podcasts

Football Writing Festival Season Ticket holder? From Friday 13 September 2019, you can listen to every one of the events held at the National Football Museum to your heart’s content below. Perfect for long commutes, the jogging routine or bathtime!

FWF 2019: Fair Play?

Guardian journalist David Conn and sports lawyer Daniel Geey join our host, BBC Sport’s Anna Thompson, for a frank discussion about football finance, from the elite clubs and FFP, down to those struggling just to stay afloat.

FWF 2019: The Blizzard, Live!

The Blizzard boys returned for another fantastic evening of chat at the National Football Museum. Rory Smith, Jonathan Wilson, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Miguel Delaney discuss the game’s most pertinent topics.

FWF 2019: Hidden History No More?

It’s taken a while but women’s football is now firmly on the sports agenda. After the success of this year’s World Cup, what’s the future for the professional game that was banned for 50 years by The FA? The Guardian’s Suzy Wrack, author Carrie Dunn and The Athletic’s Kieran Theivam discuss the past, present and future prospects for the game.

FWF 2019: Opta Live!

It’s taken a while but women’s football is now firmly on the sports agenda. After the success of this year’s World Cup, what’s the future for the professional game that was banned for 50 years by The FA? The Guardian’s Suzy Wrack, author Carrie Dunn and The Athletic’s Kieran Theivam discuss the past, present and future prospects for the game.

FWF 2019: European Union

No matter what happens in a few weeks’ time, we’ll never leave our very own European Union. France Football’s Philippe Auclair and The Athletic’s Raphael Honigstein return, alongside fan favourites Gabriele Marcotti (ESPN) and Sid Lowe (The Guardian), with BBC Sport and BT Sport presenter Reshmin Chowdhury presiding over the lively debate.

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