Downtown Den #041 | The Future of Sport

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Recently appointed shadow sports Minister Alison McGovern was in the Downtown Den, offering her views on how the football season may resume; how business can learn from sport; and what she hopes Birmingham can achieve by hosting the Commonwealth Games.

Recently appointed shadow sports Minister Alison McGovern was in the Downtown Den, offering her views on how the football season may resume; how business can learn from sport; and what she hopes Birmingham can achieve by hosting the Commonwealth Games. Liverpool fan Ali also revealed that Gary Neville is her ‘guilty pleasure’ and offered her thoughts on new Labour leader Keir Starmer.

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