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The Football Collective is dedicated network of people who wish to bring critical debate to football – for those interested and involved in building football for the future. Through sharp analysis and research informed original reporting, we aim to provide a platform for thought provoking critical debate in football.

Latest Episodes

FBC Special | Sarthak Mondal and Dr. Dan Plumley discuss the impact of Covid 19 on Football Finance

In this special episode of the Football Collective Podcast, our host Sarthak Mondal sits down with Dr. Daniel Plumley, who is a senior lecturer in Sport Finance at Sheffield Business School, to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on football finance, and the decision by CAS on Manchester City's UEFA competitions' ban. NOTE: As responsible individuals of the society, the podcast was recorded over video conference maintaining the social distancing norms and avoiding in person face-to-face interaction. Follow The Football Collective on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FB_Collective Join The Football Collective: https://footballcollective.org.uk/join-the-collective/

19 MINJUL 9
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FBC Special | Sarthak Mondal and Dr. Dan Plumley discuss the impact of Covid 19 on Football Finance

4th of July Independence Day Special: The state of soccer in the United States

To celebrate the 4th of July, Professor David Kilpatrick brings together a panel of experts to discuss the state of soccer in the USA today. David, who is a very active member of the Collective, has brought together academics, authors and football industry professionals to do a SWOT analysis on where the beautiful game finds itself stateside - as he says, this their 2020 vision. Joining David for a fascinating discussion are: Journalist and author Bo Dure of USA Today, ESPN, the Guardian and many other outlets and the author of a number of brilliant books including 'Why the U.S. Men Will Never Win the World Cup: A Historical and Cultural Reality Check' available at all good books shops. Dr Tom McCabe of Rutgers University Newark is the joint producer of the really remarkable documentary 'Soccertown USA', a study of the football culture of Kearny, New Jersey. You can watch the documentary on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=havPy5C2XIU Maggie Ntim, a football agent and owner of the agency Trinity 3 who has worked in a number of different capacities in both the entertainment and professional sports industries in a marketing and management capacities. Dr Zac Smith of Penn State Harrisburg is interested in the ethnography of sport and religion, and has also written about supporter ownership in the USA. He supports Grand Rapids FC and is also, for his sins, a Leeds United fan. You can also follow our guests on Twitter: @duresport @TomMcCabe5 @agentMaggieNtim @zsmith78

57 MINJUL 4
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4th of July Independence Day Special: The state of soccer in the United States

S2 E20 | Jonathan Ervine talks to Paddy Hoey about Red Star FC of Paris and French football culture

Dr Jonathan Ervine of Bangor University has written highly acclaimed books about French film and French comedy. He is also a stalwart member of The Football Collective and is a keen observer of football culture in France. In this podcast he talks about the origins of professional football in France and Paris, the perennial Parisian underdogs Red Star FC, the influence of Paris St Germain on the French game, Zinedine Zidane and the continuing significance of the 1998 World Cup winning side on the nation. It's a brilliant show with which to wrap up the second series of The Football Collective Podcast. Many thanks to all our loyal listeners and we will be back towards the end of the summer with Series 3. Merci bien et Allez les Bleus!

42 MINJUN 20
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S2 E20 | Jonathan Ervine talks to Paddy Hoey about Red Star FC of Paris and French football culture

S2 E19 Steve Menary discusses match fixing in friendlies with Josh Dean

S2 E19 Steve Menary discusses match fixing in friendlies with Josh Dean by The Football Collective

20 MINJUN 16
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S2 E19 Steve Menary discusses match fixing in friendlies with Josh Dean

S2 E18 Paddy Hoey speaks to The Baron of football finance Kieran Maguire

The University of Liverpool's Kieran Maguire produced a book earlier this year which blew open the doors of the previously hidden world of football finance. 'The Price of Football' has become such a phenomenon that it has been reprinted twice with all the profits from the last reprint going to the food bank charity the Trussell Trust. Kieran, along with legendary stand-up comic and TV presenter Kevin Day, have also turned it into an unlikely podcast success story with tens of thousands of downloads every week. So why did a book and podcast produced by a middle-aged chartered accountant with a love of spreadsheets and annual reports become an overnight success? Kieran explains its success, why football fans have become so interested in finance, money laundering, and why he is the 'sand in the vaseline' of the football authorities.

33 MINJUN 6
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S2 E18 Paddy Hoey speaks to The Baron of football finance Kieran Maguire

S2 E17 Josh Dean speaks with Fabian Fritz

In this episode Josh Dean speaks with Fabian Fritz about his research, involvement with St Pauli, the return of the Bundesliga and life in Germany during COVID-19.

24 MINMAY 29
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S2 E17 Josh Dean speaks with Fabian Fritz

S2 E16 Joe Bradley and John Kelly on the legacy of the Lisbon Lions

In the week of the 53rd anniversary of Celtic becoming the first British side to win the European Cup, Dr Joe Bradley of the University of Stirling and Dr John Kelly of the University of Edinburgh discuss the continuing political and social significance of the Lisbon Lions. Joe and John recently published an article on this subject in Soccer & Society which is published here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14660970.2019.1680502.

40 MINMAY 27
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S2 E16 Joe Bradley and John Kelly on the legacy of the Lisbon Lions

10 x 10 Lee McGowan on Robin Jenkins's Scottish football novel 'The Thistle and the Grail'

Dr Lee McGowan of the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia makes a welcome return to the podcast for his 10 x 10 discussion of Robin Jenkins's wonderful football novel 'The Thistle and the Grail'. The 10 x 10 series started off asking for 10 football scholars to speak for 10 minutes each on their favourite football books and it has grown wings. This episode is unmissable. Lee, whose monograph 'Football in Fiction' is published by the Football Collective's own Routledge series, is the world's leading expert in the evocation of the beautiful game in literature. This podcast sees Lee persuasively argue that 'The Thistle and the Grail' should be seen as one of the great Scottish novels of the 20th Century and that football fiction should be seen as a means of exploring deeper social issues. WARNING: Two Celtic fans make the mistake of agreeing that Kenny Dalglish played for Cambuslang Juniors. It was actually Cumbernauld United. Shame on us.

15 MINMAY 15
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10 x 10 Lee McGowan on Robin Jenkins's Scottish football novel 'The Thistle and the Grail'

Question and Answer Session with Paddy Hoey and Peter Drury | FBC Online 2020

Mr. Peter Drury delivered the keynote session to kick-off The Online Football Collective Conference 2020 on May 12, 2020. The link to the keynote session is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCu3YVFNDtw Here is the question and answer session with Paddy Hoey after the keynote.

19 MINMAY 13
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Question and Answer Session with Paddy Hoey and Peter Drury | FBC Online 2020

S2 E15 Paul Whitty on the fascinating sounds of grass roots and amateur football

Professor Paul Whitty has been capturing the sounds of amateur and grassroots football for many years. He records the sound of lines being drawn on pitches, goalies kicking mud off their boots on goal posts and the incandescent rants of outraged touchline supporters. Interspersed with the pings of balls against posts and shouts of "MAN ON!!", he captures the sounds of birds and traffic that surround football on parks and recreation grounds. It's a terrific way to spend half and hour.

31 MINMAY 8
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S2 E15 Paul Whitty on the fascinating sounds of grass roots and amateur football

Latest Episodes

FBC Special | Sarthak Mondal and Dr. Dan Plumley discuss the impact of Covid 19 on Football Finance

In this special episode of the Football Collective Podcast, our host Sarthak Mondal sits down with Dr. Daniel Plumley, who is a senior lecturer in Sport Finance at Sheffield Business School, to discuss the impact of Covid-19 on football finance, and the decision by CAS on Manchester City's UEFA competitions' ban. NOTE: As responsible individuals of the society, the podcast was recorded over video conference maintaining the social distancing norms and avoiding in person face-to-face interaction. Follow The Football Collective on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FB_Collective Join The Football Collective: https://footballcollective.org.uk/join-the-collective/

19 MINJUL 9
Comments
FBC Special | Sarthak Mondal and Dr. Dan Plumley discuss the impact of Covid 19 on Football Finance

4th of July Independence Day Special: The state of soccer in the United States

To celebrate the 4th of July, Professor David Kilpatrick brings together a panel of experts to discuss the state of soccer in the USA today. David, who is a very active member of the Collective, has brought together academics, authors and football industry professionals to do a SWOT analysis on where the beautiful game finds itself stateside - as he says, this their 2020 vision. Joining David for a fascinating discussion are: Journalist and author Bo Dure of USA Today, ESPN, the Guardian and many other outlets and the author of a number of brilliant books including 'Why the U.S. Men Will Never Win the World Cup: A Historical and Cultural Reality Check' available at all good books shops. Dr Tom McCabe of Rutgers University Newark is the joint producer of the really remarkable documentary 'Soccertown USA', a study of the football culture of Kearny, New Jersey. You can watch the documentary on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=havPy5C2XIU Maggie Ntim, a football agent and owner of the agency Trinity 3 who has worked in a number of different capacities in both the entertainment and professional sports industries in a marketing and management capacities. Dr Zac Smith of Penn State Harrisburg is interested in the ethnography of sport and religion, and has also written about supporter ownership in the USA. He supports Grand Rapids FC and is also, for his sins, a Leeds United fan. You can also follow our guests on Twitter: @duresport @TomMcCabe5 @agentMaggieNtim @zsmith78

57 MINJUL 4
Comments
4th of July Independence Day Special: The state of soccer in the United States

S2 E20 | Jonathan Ervine talks to Paddy Hoey about Red Star FC of Paris and French football culture

Dr Jonathan Ervine of Bangor University has written highly acclaimed books about French film and French comedy. He is also a stalwart member of The Football Collective and is a keen observer of football culture in France. In this podcast he talks about the origins of professional football in France and Paris, the perennial Parisian underdogs Red Star FC, the influence of Paris St Germain on the French game, Zinedine Zidane and the continuing significance of the 1998 World Cup winning side on the nation. It's a brilliant show with which to wrap up the second series of The Football Collective Podcast. Many thanks to all our loyal listeners and we will be back towards the end of the summer with Series 3. Merci bien et Allez les Bleus!

42 MINJUN 20
Comments
S2 E20 | Jonathan Ervine talks to Paddy Hoey about Red Star FC of Paris and French football culture

S2 E19 Steve Menary discusses match fixing in friendlies with Josh Dean

S2 E19 Steve Menary discusses match fixing in friendlies with Josh Dean by The Football Collective

20 MINJUN 16
Comments
S2 E19 Steve Menary discusses match fixing in friendlies with Josh Dean

S2 E18 Paddy Hoey speaks to The Baron of football finance Kieran Maguire

The University of Liverpool's Kieran Maguire produced a book earlier this year which blew open the doors of the previously hidden world of football finance. 'The Price of Football' has become such a phenomenon that it has been reprinted twice with all the profits from the last reprint going to the food bank charity the Trussell Trust. Kieran, along with legendary stand-up comic and TV presenter Kevin Day, have also turned it into an unlikely podcast success story with tens of thousands of downloads every week. So why did a book and podcast produced by a middle-aged chartered accountant with a love of spreadsheets and annual reports become an overnight success? Kieran explains its success, why football fans have become so interested in finance, money laundering, and why he is the 'sand in the vaseline' of the football authorities.

33 MINJUN 6
Comments
S2 E18 Paddy Hoey speaks to The Baron of football finance Kieran Maguire

S2 E17 Josh Dean speaks with Fabian Fritz

In this episode Josh Dean speaks with Fabian Fritz about his research, involvement with St Pauli, the return of the Bundesliga and life in Germany during COVID-19.

24 MINMAY 29
Comments
S2 E17 Josh Dean speaks with Fabian Fritz

S2 E16 Joe Bradley and John Kelly on the legacy of the Lisbon Lions

In the week of the 53rd anniversary of Celtic becoming the first British side to win the European Cup, Dr Joe Bradley of the University of Stirling and Dr John Kelly of the University of Edinburgh discuss the continuing political and social significance of the Lisbon Lions. Joe and John recently published an article on this subject in Soccer & Society which is published here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14660970.2019.1680502.

40 MINMAY 27
Comments
S2 E16 Joe Bradley and John Kelly on the legacy of the Lisbon Lions

10 x 10 Lee McGowan on Robin Jenkins's Scottish football novel 'The Thistle and the Grail'

Dr Lee McGowan of the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia makes a welcome return to the podcast for his 10 x 10 discussion of Robin Jenkins's wonderful football novel 'The Thistle and the Grail'. The 10 x 10 series started off asking for 10 football scholars to speak for 10 minutes each on their favourite football books and it has grown wings. This episode is unmissable. Lee, whose monograph 'Football in Fiction' is published by the Football Collective's own Routledge series, is the world's leading expert in the evocation of the beautiful game in literature. This podcast sees Lee persuasively argue that 'The Thistle and the Grail' should be seen as one of the great Scottish novels of the 20th Century and that football fiction should be seen as a means of exploring deeper social issues. WARNING: Two Celtic fans make the mistake of agreeing that Kenny Dalglish played for Cambuslang Juniors. It was actually Cumbernauld United. Shame on us.

15 MINMAY 15
Comments
10 x 10 Lee McGowan on Robin Jenkins's Scottish football novel 'The Thistle and the Grail'

Question and Answer Session with Paddy Hoey and Peter Drury | FBC Online 2020

Mr. Peter Drury delivered the keynote session to kick-off The Online Football Collective Conference 2020 on May 12, 2020. The link to the keynote session is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCu3YVFNDtw Here is the question and answer session with Paddy Hoey after the keynote.

19 MINMAY 13
Comments
Question and Answer Session with Paddy Hoey and Peter Drury | FBC Online 2020

S2 E15 Paul Whitty on the fascinating sounds of grass roots and amateur football

Professor Paul Whitty has been capturing the sounds of amateur and grassroots football for many years. He records the sound of lines being drawn on pitches, goalies kicking mud off their boots on goal posts and the incandescent rants of outraged touchline supporters. Interspersed with the pings of balls against posts and shouts of "MAN ON!!", he captures the sounds of birds and traffic that surround football on parks and recreation grounds. It's a terrific way to spend half and hour.

31 MINMAY 8
Comments
S2 E15 Paul Whitty on the fascinating sounds of grass roots and amateur football
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