The Future of Football: Broadcasting and the multi-billion pound bubble
48 min

Mark Chapman is joined by The Athletic's David Ornstein, Matt Slater and Ed Malyon for a look at how broadcasters and the billions they pour into the game will emerge from this period of uncertainty, how reliant the clubs are upon them, whether the Premier League are ready to innovate to safeguard their future by going direct to consumers, and how all of the above may effect our community clubs lower down the pyramid

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Last Word On Spurs
Last Word On Spurs
Last Word On Spurs
'Spurs Scrape Through'
Host Richard Cracknell was joined by Lee McQueen, Jamie from Daily Hotspur and Chris Cowlin as Last Word On Spurs returned. Heung-Min Son, Gareth Bale and Dele Alli papered over a poor Spurs performance as a 3-3 draw at LASK ensured Jose Mourinho's side qualified for the Europa League last 32. Spurs were outplayed in the first half on a freezing night in Linz and trailed to Peter Michorl's long-range effort which squirmed under Joe Hart (42). But the visitors were gifted an equaliser when Andres Andrade handled Tanguy Ndombele's shot and Bale beat Alexander Schlager from the penalty spot (45+2). After the break, Spurs barely improved but, needing only a point to qualify, found another goal to afford them some breathing space as Son ran through to score after good work from Ndombele (56). Bale should have put the result beyond doubt six minutes later with the goal at his mercy, but attempted to square for Son and missed his team-mate altogether. Hart was then again at fault to allow Johannes Eggestein to level from outside the box (84). LASK had themselves to blame for losing another foothold within minutes, however, with substitute Steven Bergwijn brought to ground in the box by Philipp Wiesinger. Alli set himself to cheekily chip Schlager from 12 yards and restore Spurs' lead, with the sort of swagger the rest of their performance had been severely lacking. There was still time for more drama in added time as another substitute, Mamoudou Karamoko, levelled with another effort from distance which this time left Hart with no chance. It was not enough to keep LASK's hopes alive, as their head-to-head record against Spurs saw them eliminated while their visitors progressed. #THFC #COYS #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #SPURS #TOTARS
1 hr 47 min
5 Star Potential | A Football Manager Podcast
5 Star Potential | A Football Manager Podcast
5 Star Potential
Train Like A Fox
We've given the pod a fresh lick of paint and mixed things up a little, we have a bumper save update from Dave's Wolves save (we're still in shock), we go over Foxy's recent videos on training in FM21 and there's a quiz from Curtdizz too! Thanks to BelowTheBelt for sponsoring this week's podcast! Use code 'POTENTIAL' to get 10% off at Subscribe to the WeStreamFM YouTube channel for the daily 5StarPodSocials that we will be releasing during Lockdown 2 here: FridayNightFM's Custom Views for FM21: 5 Star Potential is a Football Manager podcast brought to you by #WeStreamFM! If you've enjoyed the podcast, please leave a 5 star review on iTunes. Please use the links below to check out your wonderful hosts!  5 Star Potential - WeStreamFM - Twitter: - Discord: - Website: - Instagram: CurtyFM - Twitch: - Twitter: - YouTube: - Facebook: - Instagram: Nerdphonic - Twitch: - Twitter: - YouTube: DaveAzzopardi - Twitch: - Twitter: - YouTube: FridayNightFM - Twitter: - Blog: FMDoop - Twitter: - Twitch: HerbTheNerd - YouTube: - Twitch: - Twitter:
1 hr 6 min
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