Episode 1979: Zlatan v LeBron, Boris’ Brexit Bonanza
Zlatan has told LeBron James to shut up and dribble. But is sticking to sports even possible, in an age when even reliably dull events like governing body AGMs blaze up into political dumpster fires?
This week’s column is on Zlatan and Lebron, and different kinds of greatness (only one of which requires you to talk loudly about yourself in the third person and describe yourself as a lion) https://t.co/7zRejK7Uu5
— Jonathan Liew (@jonathanliew) March 1, 2021
Then it’s time to bark with excitement at big Boris Johnson’s big dream for World Cup 2030 UK and Ireland.
Let's bring football home in 2030.
I would love for the home of football to host the 2030 World Cup, and it would be a wonderful thing for the whole country to savour.
We want to do much more to encourage sport post-pandemic and see a bonanza of football in the years ahead. https://t.co/TsCmlKTLMW
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) March 2, 2021
Then we head to Spain where Dermot Corrigan will give us the latest on BARCA, the world famous telenovela which has recently morphed into a police procedural.
— Dermot Corrigan (@dermotmcorrigan) March 2, 2021
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Ken has some advice for anyone getting into a row with Roy Keane – let him punch himself out
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