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What If Fifty – A Triffic ‘Ypothe’ical

In a week in which Harry Redknapp managed to wind down the car window of time, lean out and give two fingers to the gods of the EFL, the Team are back together to wheel their way through the deal that is the world of football.

Here at A Team of John O’Sheas, we sometimes tire of the rigid predictability of the football narratives. Jose Mourinho spoke some bollocks. Arsenal perked up at the end of the season. Spurs bottled it. Chelsea were destined to win the Premier League. Yadda yadda yadda.

In these times, we like to hide away in our happy format – What If – where we pose the most hypothetical of scenarios to try to pretend we don’t live in the country with a league which boasts the biggest discrepancy between expenses and watchability in world football.

This week, in celebration of the man who looks like a Madame Tassaud’s creation that has been left out in the sun for too long, we’re stretching the limits of modality by asking the question: What If Harry Redknapp’s parent’s had never met?

The thinking person’s football pundit has Organised Fun this week. He’s pitting two of the most sonorous voices to have ever appeared on the podcast against each other: can bass Will Geeson counter tenor Harry Bradford this week? That’s a choir joke.

All this and more beside on this week’s episode of A Team of John O’Sheas.

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