Sound Of Football Podcast 115 - What makes for a competitive league?

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This week, the chaps consider what elements are required for a truly competitive European Football League. With the Italian, German and Spanish Leagues decided, only England and France will decide their titles winners on the last game of the season. Are these league's set up better that the others? What does it mean to have a truly competitive domestic league and what will it take to achieve this?

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