World Cup Podcast: French revolt, JT’s gamble and South American dominance

Adrian Clarke & Iain Spragg have World Cup mutiny on top of the agenda in today’s pint size Soccerlens World Cup podcast, analysing in particular the bizarre actions of England and France in their respective training camps.

Kader Keita’s disgraceful act of unsportmanship, New Zealand’s joy and European football’s struggles also crop up in conversation too.

It’s a cracking show – don’t miss this brand new episode!

You can listen to this episode below: [audio:wc5_21june.mp3]
Download link (mp3, 16mb, 17 mins)

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