Podcast 201: An Echo of Glory, Part 11 – Decline, Part 1
Last week, we told the story of the big personality and big battles that defined football in England and Wales between 1969 and 1975. This, however, is only one of the narratives of this era. The flipside to all of this was that a feeling of decline was descending over English football as the 1960s turned into the 1970s. This is the story of that decline, and of how nobody who could have done anything about it did so.
It’s time for the eleventh 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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