Show notes: Podcast 364



Sound of Football Podcast 364 - Does the embargo need to go?

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The broadcasting blackout that sees live coverage of football prohibited during certain hours, is a UEFA regulation that is only implemented in England, Scotland and Montenegro. Imposed in the 1960s after lobbying form the then Burnley Chairman, renowned media-hater Bob Lord, the embargo is widely seen in the UK as something that protects gate revenue for lower league and non-league clubs.

With Graham Sibley and Terry Duffelen.

Duration: 0:36:02 | Filesize: 41.4 (MP3)
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English League positions at time of recording Premier League | Championship | League One | League Two

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