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The trivial football podcast, exploring the niche to cliche of every corner of football.Hosted by brothers Matt and Marc Harrison, each week we pick a different football topic and each pick 3 interesting things about that topic to discuss, whether that be a goal, game, player, shirt, whatever. Along the way, we'll be joined by guests specialising each topic.
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The Project: Health Wellness and Psychology Podcastbased in Kuwait. With so much information about health and wellness out there, it is difficult to sift out the real from the fake and the informative from the marketable. At every corner there is an unqualified influencer or individual trying to sell the latest diet or quick fix. This show is not about making you buy something or trying to get you to become someone you are not. We offer real information, from local and regional experts, to h ...
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In this podcast, we will explore everything you need to know about the Kuwait Civil ID and the Qatar ID, including what they are, how to apply for them, and what you can use them for. We will also discuss some common challenges that people face when obtaining these IDs and how to overcome them. The Kuwait Civil ID is a national identity card that is issued to all Kuwaiti citizens and residents. It is a mandatory document for all Kuwaitis over the age of 16 and for all residents over the age ...
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For our 50th episode we headed to Rotterdam to take a deep dive into the 'Club of the People' - Feyenoord. With our choices, we covered the club's successes throughout the past 50 plus years - domestic, European and even worldwide. Joining us for our half century was Matt's Guiricast co-host Chris Marquez - born in Span, but brought up in Rotterdam…
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There's not much better than a cup final...except maybe a semi-final? We delved into what makes semi-finals so great and looked at some of our personal favourite semi-final games. Matt Choices 1. England v West Germany - 1990 World Cup 2. Germany v Italy - 2006 World Cup 3. Chelsea v Barcelona - 2009 Champions League Marc's Choices 1. The 1990 FA C…
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For this episode, we discussed arguably the Premier League's greatest cult side - loved and feared in equal measures. From the days of Djorkaeff to the final throes of this great team being led by Anelka, we looked at what made this team so much fun and so well-remembered. Of course, we talked about their glorious leader too: Sam 'Big Sam' Allardyc…
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Everyone loves a diving headers, don't they? Well, here's a whole episode dedicated to them. From Argentinian football rituals to goalkeepers saving their team with their noggin', plus much more. Matt's Choices 1. Aldo Poy's 1971 header for Rosario Central v Newell's Old Boys 2. Jamie Mackie for QPR v Manchester City in the 'AGUEEERRROOOO game' 3- …
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We went Down Under for this episode and explored the history of the Australian national team AKA The Socceroos. We discussed the Godfather of Australian football right up to the hipster footballer who has been the face of the current squad's recent penchant for social justice, plus all the heartaches and World Cup triumphs in between. Marc's Choice…
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For many, Brazil’s 1970 World Cup-winning team are the greatest national team of all-time, with their fable five of Pele, Tostao, Rivelino, Gerson and Jairzinho. With his new book O Jogo Bonito!: Brazil's 1970 World Cup Samba Party coming out soon, we were joined by Gary Thacker (making his hatrick appearance on Platini Played for Kuwait) to discus…
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Christmas is a time for family, friends, food and…the giving and receivng of video games and consoles. In that spirit, for our first podcast of the year, we looked at football in the virtual world and discussed those games, teams and players that have enchanted us in the 2D and 3D realms over the years. Matt and Marc’s Choices FIFA International So…
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One of football's most glorious failures? They were certainly a glorious team whichever way you look at it. On this episode, we looked back on that incredible Bayer Leverkusen team that came agonisingly close to a Treble, but came away empty-handed. We were lucky to be joined by Gareth and Joe of The England B Team podcast to talk about a manager t…
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For this episode we are going green and looking at those clubs who adorn themselves green shirts or house themselves in green stadiums. Joining us to discuss all things green-shirted was Yeovil supporter Alex Ashmore, co-host of the excellent Malaga fan podcast, Guiricast, and currently studying with Real Madrid. Alex's Choices 1. Yeovil's season i…
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Overhad kicks. Scopion kicks. Scissor kicks. We celebrated those goals that have seen players take to the air and soar and score. Matt's Choices 1. Laurent Robert v Fulham https://www.youtube.com/shorts/GxmOlqwsULc 2. Wayne Routledge v WBA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-RMV5wjaRU 3. Morten Nordstrand v FC Copenhagen https://www.youtube.com/watch…
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For this episode, we discussed the adventures of Welsh clubs in Europe. From the first clubs to venture onto the continent through to some of the most iconic wins in the history of Welsh football. Matt's Choices 1. Borough United v Sliema Wanderers 2. Barry Town v Porto 3. Swansea City v Malmo Marc's Choices 1. Bangor City v Napoli 2. Cardiff City …
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With the Netlix Beckham documentary being a streaming hit this week, we thought we’d jump on the Beckham bandwagon too and do an episode devoted to one of football’s greatest icons - on and off the pitch. We discussed some of his greatest goals and assists, as well as some of the great shirts he wore on the pitch and how we all came to learn the wo…
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On this episode, we looked back at those footballers who have found a final lease life of life in their careers in the most unlikeliest of places. From a 35-year-old going on a 5 trophy haul in the space of 6 months to a French striker going on to be possibly the best striker in the history of Mexican football, these are some of football's best Ind…
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For the first episode after our summer break, we decided to celebrate one of the great teams of the late 90s/early 00s: Valencia CF. We looked back on how Claudio Ranieri kicked things off with the 1999 Copa del Rey winning team, how Héctor Cúper then took them to two consecutive Champions League finals, before Rafa Benitez made Valencia Spanish ch…
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For our final episode before our summer break, we went all reflective and made this episode’s topic a simple one: we looked back out our own 20022/2023 seasons. We looked at some of our highlights and some of the more interesting things we encountered on our football travels this season - from Kuwait in the Middle-East to Portugal in the very west …
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For our latest club focus, we headed to Brazil and to the big boys of Brazil - to club some consider to have the biggest fanbase in the world: CR Flamengo. We went right back to the origins and their first real superstar all the way up to their recent success; of course we went through their history via some cult heroes, cult games and some of the …
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We revisited the season where the razzmatazz of the Premier League all began (although, maybe it didn't quite have too much razzmatazz at the time). Joining us to talk all things 1992/1993 was football writer and podcaster Rob Fletcher; a perfect guest as Rob is the author of the book 1992: The Birth of Modern Football. Rob's Choices 1. Paul Gascoi…
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With the latest AFC Champions League recently coming to its conclusion (congratulations to Urawa Red Diamonds), this week we looked at Asia’s biggest continental club trophy - from those famous teams crowned as champions to those famous players who have been named MVPs. Plus, a lot of ‘Hey, have you seen who manages this team in Asia these days?’ c…
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In this episode, we took a deep dive into those players who have broken the world record transfer fee. We look at those players who were going for tens of thousands in the first half of the century all the way up to the current record holder who moved for over €200 million. Matt Choices 1. Trevor Ford 2. Christian Vieri 3. Neymar Marc's Choices 1. …
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Undoubtedly, the Ajax of the early 1970s was one of the greatest club sides ever as they dominated Dutch football and, more significantly, won 3 European Cups in a row between 1971 and 1973. We took a deep dive into Michels' famed 'Total Football' team and who better to join us than Gary Thacker, who is just about to release his new book, Dutch Mas…
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We decided that it had been too long without us focusing solely on a topic linked to African football, so we decided to fix that and focus on - in our opinion - the coolest African national team side/era in football history: Nigeria in the 90s. Matt's Choices 1. Nigeria v Italy in USA 1994 2. Finidi George and Nwankwo Kanu at Ajax 3. Jay Jay Okocha…
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After Matt's trip to Lisbon, which included a trip to the Estadio Jose Alvalade, we decided to take a deep dive into one of Portugal's biggest clubs: Sporting CP. The players, the managers, the games, the falling in love with them on Championship Manager and, most importantly, those beautiful green shirts. Matt’s Choices Bobby Robson and Jose Mouri…
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As we entered the new millennium, Sven-Göran Eriksson - with the help of wealthy owner Sergio Cragnotti - had put together a hell of a Lazio team, a team which would go on to win the 1999/2000 Scudetto. We took a deep dive into Sven's Lazio and the array of stars at his disposal - an all star car who he would lead to 7 trophies in the space of just…
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Inspired by Marc’s recent plans to attend Southampton v Blackpool, (which he didn't attend in the end) we decided for this week’s episode to tango the podcast and talk about the football clubs who bring vibrancy to our football stadiums by wearing orange shirts (and the various tangerine and amber derivatives of orange). Blackpool, Dundee United an…
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For this week’s episode, we headed to South-East Asia and delved into the ASEAN Football Federation Championship AKA The Mitsubishi Electric Cup AKA The Sukuzi Cup. One of the region’s major football tournaments, it is a competition with some of world football’s less heralded nations, but nations with their own fascinating stories and quirks, as we…
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In our first episode of 2023, we decided to revisit some of the topics from our 2022 episodes. Matt and Marc each chose 3 episode topics each and came up with one more discussion point to explore on those topics (it makes much sense in the episode). It also gave us the chance to introduce some of our back catalogue to any new listeners on board. We…
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To round off the year it seemed fitting to look back over the World Cup that has just happened over the previous weeks. Joining us to talk about the controversies on and off the pitch and the genuine thrills on and off the pitch was Rhys Richards - the writer of Blood on the Crossbar: The Dictatorship's World Cup all about the 1978 World Cup; Argen…
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As the World Cup draws to a close, we look back on these stadiums that have hosted the biggest games in world football - from the forgotten stadium of 1966 to scene of Zinedine Zidane's infamous swansong. Matt's Choices 1. White City, London (1966) 2. Estadio Martínez Valero, Elche (1982) 3. Olympiastadion, Berlin (1974 & 2006) Marc's Choices 1. St…
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On the eve of the 2022 World Cup, it was inevitable that Matt and Marc would eventually delve into the exploits - or lack of exploits - of their own country at the World Cup. Of course, Wales have not made a World Cup appearance since 1958, so we looked at qualification heartache, how a Welsh referee shaped world football in one of the most famous …
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Carrying on our World Cup theme, this week we decided to focus on those elite players who have achieved one of football's greatest goalscoring feats: being top goalscorer at a World Cup and winning the Golden Boot (yes, we know it used to be called the Golden Shoe). We discussed some of the greatest goalscorers in World Cup history, as well as talk…
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Ahead of the 2022 World Cup, we did our first World Cup-themed episode in the build-up to this winter's World Cup. Of course, as Welsh men, we wanted to delve into one of Wales' group mates and that led us to look at Iran - their previous World Cup exploits and a look ahead to what they could do at Qatar 2022. Joining us to discuss all things Team …
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On the week of the 2022 Copa Libertadores Final, we decided to explore South America's premier club competition and all the fun stories behind it - from Zico to 'Super Superclasicos'. We were delighted to be joined by groundhopper and all-round Copa Libertadores-lover David Wilcox to chat about the competition and his own experiences of watching fo…
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After Matt went to watch Málaga v FC Andorra last weekend, this week we decided to focus on those small countries around the world who, although small in stature, have their own big footballing tales to tell. Matt's Choices 1. FC Andorra 2. Football in Gibraltar 3. Vatican City football Marc's Choices 1. Faroes Islands 1-0 Austria in 1990 2. Mario …
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In this episode we looked at those players who have scored hatricks at the pinnacle of European football. Plus, we delve into a lot of Champions League trivia and talk about the joys of 'List of Champions League Hatricks' Wikipedia page. Matt's Choices 1. Mike Newell's hatrick for Blackburn v Rosenborg 2. Michael Owen's hatricks for Liverpool and M…
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With Marc moving to Southampton, for this week's episode we decided to delve into Southampton FC. We explore Southampton's origins and how the club influenced Athletic Club in its nascent years, all the way through to Kevin Keegan's signing, Danny Wallace winning goal of the season and into the 21st century with Rickie Lambert helping to reignite t…
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In the past month, we've seen a film star appear on a League of their Own and go viral for a mocked-up, yet still very rousing, prematch team talk and we've seen a documentary released about two Hollywood stars running a team in the 5th tier of the English football pyramid. So for this episode, we decided to focus on the times when Hollywood stars …
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After our summer hiatus, we are back! For our first topic of the new season, we looked at those hyped 'Wonderkids' who maybe didn't quite live up to the hype. You can find Matt on Twitter at @MattLostBoyo and Marc on Twitter at @MarcLostBoyo. And follow the podcast at @PlayedForKuwait. If you enjoyed the podcast, make sure to subscribe wherever you…
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Ahead of Matt walking the world-renowned El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, we decided to do our own football-themed trail across El Camino. All of our choices this week have links to El Camino de Santiago and who better person to join us than Chris Pidgeon - a former pilgrim of El Camino de Santiago and fan of SD Ponferradina. Matt is completing th…
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We looked back at the first World Cup ever to be hosted in Asia, as well as being the first World Cup to ever be co-hosted. A World Cup synonymous with upsets, but was the quality on the pitch as bad as many have suggested? We explored why there were so many upsets and offer a defence of this World Cup, as well as discussing its legacy. Joining us …
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In our first World Cup-themed episode, we look at arguably the most controversial World Cup of them all: Argentina 78. It is a World Cup that is tied up in politics more than any other, but as well as discussing the social and political backdrop to the tournament, we did explore some of the football on the pitch too. We were delighted to be joined …
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Viva Gareth Bale! Ahead of Wales' big World Cup Play-off game against Ukraine this weekend, we decided to dedicate a whole episode to all things Gareth Frank Bale to get us in the mood. Joining us to talk all things Bale was Welsh football fan Ralph Davies, who joined us for some joyous chat about a famous hatrick, famous performances and a host of…
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To the capital of Andalusia we headed this week, to explore one of the most celebrated cities in Europe: Seville. A city which is seen as an epicentre of Spanish culture, but a city which also has a rich football history and a rich football culture. We were joined by Football España Editor Alan Feehely, a current inhabitant of Seville, to talk all …
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You always hear about the big ‘club v country’ debate, but what happens when a club team does play an international team? On this week’s pod, Matt and Marc explore the lesser seen games between club teams and international teams. We discuss the strange 1961 Charity Shield game, where the FA didn’t know what to do when Tottenham won the double, they…
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After a little hiatus, we are back with episode 7 of Platini Played For Kuwait - and for this episode, we focused on the idea of those players who are burdened (although sometimes elevated) by their father’s names. We delved into the stories of those footballing sons who are forced to wear the surname of their legendary fathers on the back of their…
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For this week's episode, we were joined by Cork City fan Alex O'Brien to talk about the League of Ireland. We discussed the grounds and the burgeoning fan culture in the LOI, some of the great names who have played in the LOI and the adventures of Irish teams in Europe over the years. Plus, we compared football in Ireland's league compared to footb…
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On this week’s pod, we focused on football in the Czech Republic (and Czechoslovakia). We were joined by Ralph Davies, a Welshman in Brno, to talk about the greats of Czech football, the quirks and perks of Czech football grounds and his adventures around the Czech Republic with ‘The Blansko Klobása’. You can find Ralph on Twitter at @RalphDavies1 …
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We were joined by Marco Negeri to talk about those multi-cultured footballers who have represented not one, but two different national teams. In our chat we covered over 98 years of footballers representing more than one nation at international level (or those who are perhaps about to do so). Plus, we finally discuss the name of the podcast and the…
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