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The Impact of the EPL on the Far East

EPL Talk correspondent Kevin Jones, who lives in London, will return to the EPL Talk Podcast on Sunday, April 22nd for the first in a series of exposes about the impact that the Premiership is having on the Far East.

Jones just returned from a trip that included Beijing, Shanghai and other cities throughout China. He also stopped by New York City along the way, so he’ll compare and contrast what he saw in China versus New York, especially from a footballing sense.

Be sure to tune in for the April 22nd episode. Subscribe today to the EPL Talk Podcast via iTunes or visit the EPL Talk Podcast page here. Later today (April 15th), we’ll feature an interview with John Williams, the director at the Norman Chester Centre for Football Research, for a fascinating conversation about hooliganism, ground safety and more.

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  1. Kartik

    April 15, 2007 at 10:17 am

    Your interview with Oliver Tse was very telling in this regard. The EPL rightly sees that region with unlimited growth opportunities. It’ll be interesting to see how agressive the EPL is in that part of the world and if this has a positive affect on the footballing cultures of the far east.

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