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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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May 30, 2024

Ep 319: The Squad, Newcastle, Bosnia and Iceland. A lot to cram into this episode, Newcastle fan Scott Forbes kindly guides us around Newcastle, Adis from Selekcija Ba talks Bosnia and Tryggvi from The Icelandic Besta League podcast tells us about Iceland, all ahead of Euro2024.

Running Time: 1:06:31

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May 23, 2024

Ep 318: England fans, it’s time to give credit where credit is due, many give up their own time to help out others, or do things to encourage the team. Here I hope to showcase some of them. I’m joined by fans Matt Roberts and Tony Hunt who are cycling to Germany in aid of Crohn’s & Colitis.

Running Time: 32:28

May 16, 2024

Ep 317: As the summer approaches, I’m joined by 2 authors who have written books on England, both ideal for those beside the pool/beach moments, Clive Hetherington from Free Lions, who has written 'Lions in the Wilderness' and John McNicoll with his book, 'it's coming home (probably)'.

Running Time: 53:19

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May 9, 2024

Ep 316: Euro 2004, England played 4 games in Portugal. Peter John-Baptiste went, but he managed to squeeze in 15 games in 16 days, tune in and listen to who he saw and where he went in the latest in the Your England Journey Series.

Running Time: 38:16

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May 2, 2024

Ep 315: The Nationality switch episode. This came about as a listener suggestion, those players that have switched nationality either to, or from England, it’s taken a bit of research, but some of the reasons why are quite fascinating. I hope you enjoy it.

Running Time: 46:33

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