15 October 2015

Cobi Jones

This week's Football Fives podcast is another freeform jazz edition which begins, for no reason in particular, with a quick discussion about our favourite American footballers of all time. (We told you it was freeform.)

Daniel Storey, David Hartrick, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee don't always shirk the big debating points of the week, however, so this week's second question is about German coach J├╝rgen Klopp and his prospects as the new boss at Liverpool, and the third covers last weekend's Non-League Day and the importance of non-league to a fully rounded footballing life.

This week's listener question comes from Dave Farris, who wants to know about the best matches we've been to with smaller attendances, and the final topic is restricted in no such ways: what's the worst game we've ever been to?

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