Podcast 213: An Echo of Glory, Part 18 – The Wider Interests of Football

by | May 3, 2020

In the aftermath of Euro 96, the Premier League bubble continued to grow as football clubs rushed towards the stock markets. But the new-found wealth within football wasn’t  being shared equally, and smaller clubs were being left behind as the biggest grew and grew. With supporters becoming more political, though, there were those who started to look towards a different way of running a football club.

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