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Welcome to the Three Lions Podcast.  

An England football team podcast for England fans, by an England fan.  

Hosted by England supporter Russell Osborne and features regular guests.

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Apr 8, 2021

Ep 141: A little while back I spoke with former England physio Alan Smith about his time working as the senior physio for our national team, how he got to be there, the managers he has worked with and the tournaments he’s been part of.

Running Time: 28:26

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Apr 5, 2021

Ep 140: A little Bank Holiday Monday bonus podcast, I speak with Rich Laverty about the upcoming Lionesses games and then review the U21’s debacle and Aidy Boothroyd’s position with Lauren McCann.

Running Time: 41:06

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Apr 2, 2021

Ep 139: Time to take a look back on the international window, where England faced San Marino, Albania and Poland in World Cup qualifiers with Aidan Smith, Matt Astbury and Dom Smith. We also speak with Rob Pomfret about being in Tirana.

Running Time: 55:01

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Mar 23, 2021

Ep 138: Been a while, but England are back in action. The road to Qatar starts now. I chat with Andrea Zoppis from the San Marino FA, Elton Kohila about Albania and Christopher Lash tells us about Poland.

Running Time: 46:27

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Mar 18, 2021

Ep 137: In these times where we are unable to travel, I thought I’d take a look at one of England’s longest journeys where qualification points were at stake. 2009, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Les Gasson and Dean Cornish share their memories and experiences of a journey in to the unknown.

Running Time: 49:26

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