Podcast 197: An Echo of Glory, Part 7 – Light & Distance
As the home nations floundered by refusing to change in a rapidly modernising world, the club game surged on in the years after the end of the Second World War. Floodlit football and the posibility of regular matches against European clubs was on the horizon, but first clubs had to get past the intransigence of their own governing bodies, and early British forays into the European Cup would result in a tragedy that would stun an entire continent.
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