Podcast Ep 4: Ander and Craig dissect England and Spain at Euro 2020

Craig Hanson 1 week ago
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It's all over and the boys are ready to pick apart the tournaments of their respective home nations

On the fourth edition of the Sporticos Football Stories Podcast Ander and Craig got together to discuss England's defeat in the 2020 final and Spain's exit at the semi final stage, both at the hands of italy, the tournaments as a whole and much more.

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