Audio Football Club: What next for football after Super League farce?

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Audio Football Club: What next for football after Super League farce?” – below is their description.

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    It’s a special one-off return for the Audio Football Club podcast, which has assembled some team-mates from a distance after a seismic few days in football history. The European Super League idea has been and gone but how did it ever happen, and where does football go from here? Telegraph Football experts Jason Burt, Luke Edwards and Mike McGrath join Thom Gibbs to discuss Sunday night’s announcement, the drama that followed and the landscape it leaves.

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