How to Understand World Cup Soccer

How to Understand World Cup Soccer

Laurent Dubois and David Steele join the show to talk the beauty of soccer, and remembering Capital Gazette sports columnist and shooting victim John McNamara.

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This week we speak to Duke University professor and author of The Language of the Game: How to Understand Soccer Laurent DuBois about the latest in the World Cup. Later in the show, we speak to Sporting News columnist David Steele about his long-time friend the sportswriter John McNamara, who was killed in the mass shooting at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland.

We also have Choice Words about the NHL’s first black player, William O’Ree, and news of his induction into the NHL Hall of Fame. That and more on the Edge of Sports Podcast!

Laurent Dubois
Twitter: @Soccerpolitics
The Language of the Game: How to Understand Soccer

David Steele
Twitter: @David_C_Steele
Sporting News Column

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