With AC Jimbo in Botswana to watch some more of The Worldâ€™s Strongest Men, Max Rushden sits in to review the first weekend of action in this new Premier League season, with Iain Macintosh, Paul Macinnes and Simon Burnton.
As the supply teacher's in, itâ€™s not long before analysis gives way to more hypothetical chat, such as why there isnâ€™t a five-a-side competition in the Olympic Games and why ET is more Kew Gardens than Piccadilly Circus.
AC Jimbo, Barrry Glendenning, John Ashdown and Paolo Bandini will be at Manchesterâ€™s Royal Northern College of Music on Friday 2 September for the first Football Weekly Live of the season. Get your hands on the last few tickets via Guardian Membership.
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