Episode 1672: Jose’s Invisibles, Smoke And Fire, Resistance And Revolution In Egypt’s Football Culture
Troy Parrott is a young man with a lot to think about after he became the latest striker at a Jose Mourinho team to be affected by the recurring condition of Transfer Window Invisibility.
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Gedson Fernandes on what it means to join Spurs.
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We talk about how the movement took root in Cairo, what the Ultras stood for in the Egyptian context, the part they played in the 2011 uprising against the Mubarak government, the horrible events of the Port Said massacre of 2012, and how the state clamped down on the movement in the aftermath.
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