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Financial Fair Play in Trouble, North London Derby, and Soccer for All

Plus, Musa and Ryan discuss why men’s soccer still has so much to do to prove that the game really is for all

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal FC - Premier League Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

Musa and Ryan discuss how the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s ruling to overturn UEFA’s punishment of Manchester City for alleged breaching of Financial Fair Play regulations will affect European soccer. They also touch on the damage to UEFA’s authority and how it played a part in creating a handful of powerful European superclubs (03:43). Next, they reflect on the North London Derby, in which Spurs beat Arsenal to land yet another victory for Jose Mourinho over the Gunners (16:47), before praising Chris Wilder as he continues to do a brilliant job at Sheffield United (32:00) and hitting a couple other Premier League talking points. Finally, following a letter by an anonymous Premier League player revealing they are gay but not able to go public, they discuss why men’s soccer still has so much to do to prove that the game really is for all (36:18), plus much more.

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