B&B Ep 11: Fazeer Mohammed on sport, journalism and getting it right

TV6 Morning Edition host and veteran cricket analyst Fazeer Mohammed tells Burdie and Barney why Trinidad and Tobago football—and much besides in the twin island republic—is spinning top in mud, and discusses sport journalism, standing up for change, and why he is falling out of love with Liverpool FC.

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