Podcast 223: Strength in Depth – A History of Non-League Football, Part 3

by | Sep 26, 2020

It’s Saturday morning, so it’s time for the third episode of our latest podcast series, Strength In Depth: A History of Non-League Football. This week, it’s the story of the non-league game between the two world wars, a period during which the Football League swelled to more than twice its previous size, the amateurs running the FA and the PFA contrived to get the Home Nations to expel themselves from the first three World Cups, and the amateur and professional games continued to battle for public attention.

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