Podcast 194, An Echo of Glory, Part 4 – The Roaring Twenties

by | Jan 27, 2020

It’s time for the next episode of An Echo of Glory, our twenty part history of football in England and Wales, and this week, for the fourth episode in this series, the First World War has just ended and the football is back for a decade of intransigence, expansion and, on the international stage, self-imposed isolation.

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An Echo of Glory, Part 4 - The Roaring Twenties