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When Can We Have Our Football Back? How The Premier League Is Ruining Football And What We Can Do About It was published in the autumn of 2019, it...

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When Can We Have Our Football Back? How The Premier League Is Ruining Football And What We Can Do About It was published in the autumn of 2019, it quickly became a best-seller. Many felt that, like no book before, it articulated exactly what they had long been feeling about top-flight English football. Its proposals to make football better were hailed as simple, straightforward and revolutionary. And then there was a global pandemic. It changed everything.

Or did it?

Johnny is back with an update, looking at what Covid-19 has done to the game and how the Premier League and football more broadly has responded to the pandemic. He’s talked to a top-flight player once again to gain insight on what it’s been like to be a professional footballer throughout this strange period.

This is a typically passionate and unflinching update which discovers a litany of suspicion, greed, paranoia, stupidity and incompetence that disgusts but somehow doesn’t surprise.

Funny, political and, in its own way, profound, whether you think Johnny is the lone sane voice in a world gone mad or a deluded fool, this is a compelling dissection of the situation. 

Also Available as a Kindle

When Can We Have Our Football Back? How The Premier League Is Ruining Football And What We Can Do About It was published in the autumn of 2019, it quickly became a best-seller. Many felt that, like no book before, it articulated exactly what they had long been feeling about top-flight English football. Its proposals to make football better were hailed as simple, straightforward and revolutionary. And then there was a global pandemic. It changed everything.

Or did it?

Johnny is back with an update, looking at what Covid-19 has done to the game and how the Premier League and football more broadly has responded to the pandemic. He’s talked to a top-flight player once again to gain insight on what it’s been like to be a professional footballer throughout this strange period.

This is a typically passionate and unflinching update which discovers a litany of suspicion, greed, paranoia, stupidity and incompetence that disgusts but somehow doesn’t surprise.

Funny, political and, in its own way, profound, whether you think Johnny is the lone sane voice in a world gone mad or a deluded fool, this is a compelling dissection of the situation. 

Also Available as a Kindle