Podcast 179: Winning At Dominoes 9 – Deepest, Darkest Peru
We’re off on a trip abroad for this week’s episode of Winning At Dominoes, which takes us all the way to Peru for a look at how two disasters, more than twenty years apart, have come to shape country in this particular country. In 1964 came the worst stadium disaster in the history of the game, whilst in 1987 one of the country’s brightest teams was killed in a plane crash. On both occasions, it might be argued that negligence on the part of the state was a substantial factor in the deaths of innocent people.
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