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Musa Okwonga is the cofounder of Stadio and cohost of ‘The Stadio Podcast.’ He is the author of three books about football, ‘A Cultured Left Foot,’ ‘Will You Manage?,’ and ‘Football Legends: Raheem Sterling.’ His new book, 'In the End, It Was All About Love,' is available now from Rough Trade Books. He is based in Berlin.

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Darwin Núñez, Other Transfer Talk, and More

Plus, Musa and Ryan answer some questions on which European football coaches would make it in the NFL and imagine an alternative football structure

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Gareth Bale’s Strange Career Odyssey Takes a Turn to the World Cup

Unloved at Real Madrid, Bale remains the driving force behind Wales’s World Cup qualification

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Wales Is Going to the World Cup, Plus Some What-Ifs ...

Musa and Ryan discuss the Wales-Ukraine game and the surrounding context for both sides and nations before moving on to a bunch of what-ifs

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Ukraine Beat Scotland and Argentina Win La Finalissima

Musa and Ryan also cover a couple other bits of transfer news

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Finals, Transfers, and the Football Version of ‘Winning Time’

Musa and Ryan talk about the potential departures of Sadio Mané from Liverpool and Robert Lewandowski from Bayern

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A Great Champions League Final on the Pitch, a Grim One Off It

Musa and Ryan praise Carlo Ancelotti and reflect on Real Madrid and Liverpool’s seasons

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Roma Win the Conference League!

Plus, Musa and Ryan briefly touch on the Chelsea takeover being finalized

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Man City’s Dramatic Title, Milan’s Scudetto, Mbappé Stays, and More

Musa and Ryan also discuss the German Cup final and give a shout for Rangers’ Scottish Cup final win

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Eintracht Frankfurt Win the Europa League!

Musa and Ryan also discuss the collective bargaining agreement that will see equal pay for the U.S. men’s and women’s teams and whether this could act as a model for other national federations

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Jake Daniels, Plus Newcastle’s Win Over Arsenal and More

Musa and Ryan begin with the news that 17-year-old Blackpool player Jake Daniels became the first active professional men’s player in the U.K. to come out as gay in over 30 years