Over the years, many teams have been defined by their footballing style, with catchy monikers acting as useful bookmarks to an era of revolutionary tactics or unprecedented success. AC Milan had catenaccio, Ajax had Totaalvoetbal and Barcelona had tiki-taka. But what of football’s lesser lights, how could they ever hope to gain infamy for a particular style of play? The answer involves one Welshman, one baseball cap, and one club in the Potteries. Host Roddy Cairns (@RoddyGCairns) is joined by Dave Proudlove (@fslconsult) and Graham Hollingsworth (@GramH75) to look back on the story of how Stoke City used Pulisball to barge their way to the upper echelons of the English game.
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