School is back in session. Join a rotating collection of some of Australian football’s finest brain thinkers in Joey Lynch, Nick Stoll, Nick D'Urbano, and Josh Parish -- as well as some special guests along the way -- for The National Curriculum. Every week, the TNC crew will look back at the week that was in Australian football and bring you the best analysis and opinion in Australian football. No cow is too sacred, no topic too taboo, or figure too untouchable to be spared the wrath of Good Football Takes™
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The quality of the content is great (for a largely amateur production) but the presentation can be utterly dismal at times. Today I literally listened to one presenter cough, sniffle, pant and blow his nose incessantly for about twenty minutes, and the whole time his mute button gathered dust. For a while there the podcast sounded like the Covid ward of a hospital.
Like the A-League this show has so much potential, like the A-League there are some very strange characters in charge
Great chat about Australian football
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