Radar 3 May 2021: Granta, Interstellar, European Super League

Trying to impose an American model of financing football in Britain is a broken one

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What I am readingGranta 155: The best of young Spanish language novelists
A hard read at times because it focuses on a global language – there are no discernable themes to be made of writers from vastly different countries.
What podcast I am listening toThe Square Ball – Liebfraumilch
Hats to the boys for the Liebfraumilch podcast that dissected the disgraceful money grabbing European Soccer League farce that ended in ignominy for the owners.
What music I am listening toInterstellar by Hans Zimmer
A movie soundtrack that makes a great movie even better. Has its dark moments so choose carefully when to listen to it.
What website I am visitingFuturism.com
Quirky site that has odd articles about humans flying on drones (are drones not meant to be human free?) and Bill Gates upsetting people with GM mosquitoes.
What political article I am readingThere are a billion reasons why the Glazers are the most toxic owners in English football.
In the Daily Telegraph (paywall).
No holding back that trying to impose an American model of financing football in Britain is a broken one – setting up a super league to pay off their debts and COVID – and disregarding “legacy” fans has and will remain a toxic issue in Britain



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