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It’s already been quite an eventful week for FIFA – but watch out, because The People’s Game is coming back to the airwaves! What will be the ‘state of play’ when the 2015 Women’s World Cup opens in Edmonton, Canada? Join co-hosts Karen Anzoategui and Bobby Gordon on KPFK/Paciica Radio as we kick off the […]

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As the World Cup 2014 knockout rounds progressed, the bombs began to fall in Gaza. The latest Israeli campaign against the Palestinians has, as of this writing, devastated homes, schools, hospitals, and has killed over 800 Palestinians – including four boys playing soccer on the beach. Football holds a special significance for the Palestinian people. […]

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The tragedy of El Tri, and the triumph of Los Ticos. CONCACAF takes center stage, as the nerve-fraying drama continues. Alan and Meleiza review the day’s action, and are joined by a heartbroken Fernando Romero, as well as fans from a Bay Area public screening of Mexico vs Holland. We also preview tomorrow’s matches with […]

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On today’s podcast, Alan and Meleiza recap today’s games, including Costa Rica’s impressive upset of the Azzuri, and look forward to tomorrow’s matchups. KPFK’s Suzi Weissman gives us a view from the South, as she sits down for a chat with two Chileans, Arturo Cifuentes and Oscar Mendoza, as well as Brazilian economist Pedro Paulo […]

Soccer in Sun and Shadow

June 19th, 2014
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In honor of Uruguay’s victory today, we pay tribute to one of its greatest radical writers, Eduardo Galeano. This quote is from his wonderful book, “Soccer in Sun and Shadow.”

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The People’s Game co-host Jennifer Doyle is producing some of the most insightful analysis of this years Women’s World Cup final on her great blog From a Left Wing. Listen to Jennifer’s interview with Sonali Kolhatkar about the early rounds of the World Cup finals in Germany – as well as an overarching dialogue about […]

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