Podcast 202: An Echo of Glory, Part 12 – The Morning After The Morning After

by | Mar 22, 2020

Football in England underwent quite a few changes during the summer of 1974, but few would have guessed at the time that within just a few years English clubs would come to dominate the European Cup. For all of that, though, hooliganism was continuing to grow and the England national team would spend the rest of the decade in something of a rut. This week, we have the story of football in England & Wales between 1975 and 1981.

It’s time for the twelfth episode of our series An Echo of Glory, the story of football in England and Wales. There’s a bunch of different ways in which you can subscribe to the 200% podcast. You can do so through Spotify, which you can find right here, and you can download this week’s to listen to at your leisure by right-clicking and saving here, whilst the podcast RSS feed is here and you can subscribe through Itunes here. We’re now also available through Acast, right here.

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Podcast 202: An Echo of Glory, Part 12 - The Morning After The Morning After