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The FSF Podcast – The Pilot Episode

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

Last night we recorded the pilot episode of the FSF Podcast, at the Crown and Anchor in Covent Garden, and discussion unsurprisingly focussed on the resignation of Sepp Blatter and all things Fifa.

Hosted by Lynsey Hooper, the evening featured contributions from FSF chief exec Kevin Miles, Diversity and Campaigns Manager Anwar Uddin, editor of the Blizzard Jonathan Wilson, football blogger Laura Jones, John Browne of Man City LGBT fans group Canal Street Blues, as well as the audience of assembled football fans.

We also looked at the effect Sepp’s resignation would have on the World Cups due to be held in Russia and Qatar, whether supporters would (or should) boycott these tournaments regardless, as well as asking what changes we would like to see ahead of next season.

You can listen to the podcast in the player below, or click the download button below the Soundcloud logo to save it to your audio device of choice. We hope you enjoy it. 

Thanks to Hyde & Beast for use of “Keep Moving” as featured on Prostate Cancer’s #MenUnited campaign.

 

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