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IBWM TV, our link up with the good folk at ESPNSoccernet Press Pass, continues today and the latest batch of questions set by you are considered by Janusz Michallik and Gabriel Marcotti.
We'll feature a new video every fortnight with different panel members taking your questions. We're very keen to expand this feature as much as we can, and, as previously mentioned, want it to be as interactive as possible.
We'll be asking you for further questions for the panel over the coming weeks, but if you'd like to fire anything our way now, please tweet us, or leave your question in the comments section below.
The full blown ESPNSoccernet Press Pass, looks, daily, at the global game with a global perspective, and airs at 11:30 (gmt) Monday to Friday, plus Sunday evenings. With an outstanding and diverse group of contributors – including former professionals, commentators and top journalists – the programme brings viewers a smart daily discussion with a world view on the world’s game and a particular focus on football in the UK and Europe.
In addition, ESPNsoccernet has recently launched a free mobile application to give fans access to its content wherever they are. The app, which will initially launch in English-language, is available to download now on Apple and later on Android. With the latest news and information, it will offer fans the depth and quality of football coverage that the ESPNsoccernet website provides. The app joins ESPN’s range of mobile sporting content, including the ESPNF1 and ESPNcricinfo apps as well as ESPN Goals in the UK, the free and only mobile app which brings UK fans action and goals from every Barclays Premier League match within just minutes of it taking place.
This week, the panel consider resurgent Welsh football, doubling up for international management and is the English Premier League in decline?
Thanks to everyone that submitted questions last week, we would have loved to have used them all, but this batch, which come from IBWM readers Tosh, Remi and Ana, caught our attention…
Click the image to watch.