How much (do) we need the middle men who broadcast soccer

Jan 20, 07:42 PM

In the NEW episode, number 256, Christopher Harris is joined by co-host Kartik Krishnaiyer to discuss several topics: • How much (do) we need the middle men who broadcast soccer • beIN SPORTS’s coverage of Africa...

In the NEW episode, number 256, Christopher Harris is joined by co-host Kartik Krishnaiyer to discuss several topics:

• How much (do) we need the middle men who broadcast soccer
• beIN SPORTS’s coverage of Africa Cup Of Nations sinks to new lows
• The latest analysis on the US Soccer TV rights deal for the USMNT and USWNT
• DAZN has a lot of appealing soccer content heading our way
• What to look out for in the new version of the Fubo app
• What’s going on with Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea
• And we answer your questions in the Listener Mailbag segment.

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