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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 15, 2024

Ep 313: There is a new England related football performance taking place in London. It’s called Why I stuck a flare up my arse for England at Southwark Playhouse. I chat with curator of it, Alex Hill to find out what it’s about and how it came about.

Running Time: 26:40

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Apr 3, 2024

Ep 312: It’s time for the Lionesses to start their Euro 2025 qualification campaign, I look at who they’re up against and also the latest squad Sarina has selected, I also take a look back on the career of Steph Houghton as she announced her retirement from the game.

Running Time: 22:03

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Mar 28, 2024

Ep 311: An international window that perhaps gave us a deeper insight in to what sort team we really have. Join me and Gary from Channel England Football as we take a look back over Brazil and Belgium, plus I once again get some things off my chest.

Running Time: 51:16

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Mar 20, 2024

Ep 310: Finally England are back. Join me as I take a look at the latest squad, talk Brazil (20:00) with Ricardo and Belgium (55:00) with Scott Coyne from the Belgian Football Podcast. It’s a bit longer than usual, but there’s a lot to get through.

Running Time: 1:25:28

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Mar 14, 2024

Ep 309: Back with another in the Your England Journey series. Would you organise an England away coach aged 23? Shrewsbury Town fan Matt Edgar did, it’s just one of his stories following England over the years.

Running Time: 1:10:10

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