It’s about the philosophy of football, rebellious, anti-establishment, unapologetic, uncivilised, and unashamedly partisan, the way sports reporting should be. The team puts specific emphasis on Arsenal...

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Looking at the FA Cup, the big Champions League clash between Arsenal and Barcelona, as well as taking final predictions for the FIFA elections ahead of the important Presidential ballot.

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The Phootball hooligans do a review of the big clashes in the EPL between Arsenal, Leicester, Tottenham and Manchester City. They also discuss the return of the Champions League...

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The team discuss Leicester and the fact that we might be referring to them as Premier League Champions soon. They also do the usual run down of our local and international results. They're joined by comedian Mpho Popps and members of the charity organisation Skungu.org who discuss the candidates for the FIFA Presidential election.

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The team debates the transfer deadline day and the most significant signing of all – Pep Guardiola. They also do their usual round up of the football results and scores from the week gone by.

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In the wake of the match fixing reports in both tennis and cricket, the team looks at whether this pandemic has affected football and if so, to what extent. As usual they have the full roster of local and international results, with a specific focus on Arsenal's nadir... Chelsea FC.

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The team looks at the results from the Premier League, La Liga, the local League and the sad and unexpected death of PSL player, Mondi Cele, who passed away in a car accident.

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Looking at managerial positions i.e. Zidane, Mourinho, Pep and Benitez before discussing this year's recipient of the FIFA Ballon d'Or. The team also discusses the transfer window thus far...

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It's a bumper edition of the show before the team takes a break. They look at the most recent Champions League matches...

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The team discusses Arsenal's injury crises, the announcement of the Ballon D'or finalists and Orlando Pirates' defeat in the CAF Confed Final. They are joined by Tall A$$ Mo who hates football, but loves swimming.

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