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News of Jack Charlton's passing at the weekend sparked emotional tributes from across the world of football. The Leeds United legend, World Cup winner and Ireland's famed manager of the eighties and nineties was a giant of the beautiful game and one of its funniest and most charismatic figures. We discuss why he stood out from the crowd during our formative years as fans.
Manchester City have been banging in the goals on the pitch but it was a victory against Uefa in the Court of Arbitration for Sport that stand to be their biggest win of the season. Pep Guardiola's squad will not be banned from European football. But what does it mean for FFP? Spoiler: it's fucked. In part one, we also cover a great week for Wycombe Wanderers and giant striker Ade Akinfenwa, chew over a very low-quality North London derby, ask what more social media can do to deter racist trolls and discuss whether football is ready for a top-level player to come out as gay.
After the break, we return to Austria for a second dose of F1 in a week. Lewis Hamilton was victorious as Ferrari's drivers went full Mustafi-Luiz on lap one. The crashes are the good bit, right? We end the show with a quick review of the cricket we didn't watch and the UFC we didn't pay for. Enjoy the show!
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