21 July 2016

Pierluigi Collina

One year down and another begins. The Football Fives Podcast begins its second season this week, and we've taken the typically obtuse approach of putting out an episode that was recorded before the end of the last one. Yeah, we know.

On this occasion it's one of our occasional blind episodes, in which one of the panel sets the topic and questions without the other three knowing in advance what they'll be talking about. It's Chris Nee's turn this time around, and Daniel Storey, David Hartrick and Ryan Keaney are tested with five questions on the subject of fair play.

We debate whether it's okay to cheat, how highly we should value fair play and whether fair play should be rewarded with real sporting advantages. We talk about the change to the law regarding red cards for DOGSO in the penalty area, and we reveal whether or not we'd ever miss a penalty on purpose.

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