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In this edition of the podcast Steven Scragg joins me to talk about his new book "TheUndisputed Champions Of Europe" which looks back at the birth of European club football with the European Cup up until its conclusion as a knockout tournament and the arrival of the UCL.

It's a story about football legends from Puskas, Di Stefano and Cruyff right up to Rijkaard, Gullet and Van Basten and stories from memorable European nights as the league champions from across Europe fought to be crowned "The Undisputed Champions Of Europe"

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