Chelsea, Tottenham, West Ham, Blackpool & England: Handbags End Of Season Show 5pm Tonight

Bored of Match of the Day? It's time for proper football analysis from the fans as we discuss Chelsea winning the Champions League (and what that means for Tottenham), West Ham's promotion to the Premier League at Blackpool's expense and England's 23-man squad for the Euro's
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Bored of Match of the Day? It's time for proper football analysis from the fans as we discuss Chelsea winning the Champions League (and what that means for Tottenham), West Ham's promotion to the Premier League at Blackpool's expense and England's 23-man squad for the Euro's

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If you are bored of the same old punditry bores rolled out by the BBC, ITV and SkySports then tune in for some real football analysis from the fans and bloggers than know their clubs inside out on Sabotage Times Handbags show tonight.

Sabotage Times gaffer James Brown will be hosting the show which will feature Barnsley keeper and Sabotage Times writer David Preece, Talksport's West Ham fan Sam Delaney, Twitter's @profanityswan Andy Dawson, Editor of Kyeo and Newcastle fan Adam Clery, Editor of bet.unibet.comBen Cove and Liverpool fan and journalist Neil Billingham.

We'll be discussing Chelsea's remarkable Champions League success, (and what that means for Spurs) West Ham's dramatic return to the Premier League and running the rule over the 23-man squad England selected by Roy Hodgson for Euro's.

Watch it live on Google+ from 5pm tonight here

Or on YouTube from later on this evening 

here

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