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The People’s Game Radio Show for Tuesday June 29, 2010 We keep it simple today with a roundtable discussion about the latest games and the ill-fated Inarritu Nike add where, with Ronaldo’s exit, all the featured stars are now exiled from the mundial. Tony Presido joins us to examine how Spain has turned it around. […]

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Video for The People’s Game interview with Slavoj Zizek on the World Cup The great Slovenian philosopher and cultural critic talks about his national team, his experiences with football as a young man, and the social/political significance of the popularity of the sport.

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The People’s Game Radio Show for Monday June 28, 2010 Pablo and Alan review today’s matches and preview tomorrow’s – and take a long view of the Mexican national team in the wake of their exit from the 2010 world stage. Then Fatima Marquez, a Portuguese national in Southern California describes the excitement felt by […]

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The People’s Game Radio Show for Sunday June 27, 2010 Mexico and England exit – Argentina and Germany advance. We ask Gustavo Arellano what defeat for El Tri means for Greater Mexico. Then the BBC’s Paul Mason reports from the gloom that has descended on England. Peter Alegi, author of African Soccerscapes, joins us from […]

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The People’s Game Radio interview with Paul Mason on England’s Ouster Yes, the score should’ve been 2-2. Yes, the game would’ve been different then. But nothing can change the fact that England never put in a quality performance in South Africa. So, what next for the national side from the land that invented the game […]

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The People’s Game Radio interview with Futbolista Andrew Terranova Southern California Futbolista Andrew Terranova addresses whether leftists in the USA should support the national soccer team.

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The People’s Game Interview with Peter Alegi The author of African Soccerscapes speaks with Alan from South Africa and provides his reflections on the tournament so far.

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The People’s Game Radio Show for Saturday June 26, 2010 The people’s sports journalist, Dave Zirin, joins us in today’s feature interview; for a discussion of how sports, and soccer in particular, can serve social justice. But first an extended discussion with Nick Green, perhaps the American journalist closest to Team USA. The Yankees are […]

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The People’s Game interview with Dave Zirin America’s leading radical sports journalist, Dave Zirin, discusses the political subtexts of the 2010 World Cup and Team USA.

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The People’s Game interview today with Lazar Treschan We speak with Uruguayan Lazar Treschan following La Celeste’s victory over South Korea

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