Music

The CJ Playlist

We asked the CJ crew for their picks of 2021. Here are the harmonious highlights

1. Good Times Bad Times by Led Zepellin

I remember this playing on repeat in my dad’s Mini Cooper as a kid. I’m still trying to replicate John Bonham’s double-kick technique, however… 

2. Pazza Inter by Inter Milan squad

Inter Milan squad

The player’s version, not that knock-off studio one. I’m not an Inter fan, but I’m always a fan of players singing – and Hernán Crespo has some serious pipes.

3. Red Morning Light by Kings of Leon

The opening soundtrack for FIFA 2004. Ronaldinho, Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry and Kings of Leon: an unexpected but unbeatable line-up.

4. Blue Day by Suggs & Co (ft. the Chelsea team)

As a Chelsea fan, I couldn’t help myself with this one. When Gianfranco Zola joins the lead singer of Madness in the studio, who am I to resist? 

5. Stand Up by The Prodigy

I need to up the ante here after that last choice. I saw The Prodigy live once and went full Gennaro Gattuso, so I’d say this is pre-match appropriate. 

1. Good Times Bad Times by Led Zepellin

I remember this playing on repeat in my dad’s Mini Cooper as a kid. I’m still trying to replicate John Bonham’s double-kick technique, however… 

2. Pazza Inter by Inter Milan squad

Inter Milan squad

The player’s version, not that knock-off studio one. I’m not an Inter fan, but I’m always a fan of players singing – and Hernán Crespo has some serious pipes.

3. Red Morning Light by Kings of Leon

The opening soundtrack for FIFA 2004. Ronaldinho, Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry and Kings of Leon: an unexpected but unbeatable line-up.

4. Blue Day by Suggs & Co (ft. the Chelsea team)

As a Chelsea fan, I couldn’t help myself with this one. When Gianfranco Zola joins the lead singer of Madness in the studio, who am I to resist? 

5. Stand Up by The Prodigy

I need to up the ante here after that last choice. I saw The Prodigy live once and went full Gennaro Gattuso, so I’d say this is pre-match appropriate. 

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1. Good Times Bad Times by Led Zepellin

I remember this playing on repeat in my dad’s Mini Cooper as a kid. I’m still trying to replicate John Bonham’s double-kick technique, however… 

2. Pazza Inter by Inter Milan squad

Inter Milan squad

The player’s version, not that knock-off studio one. I’m not an Inter fan, but I’m always a fan of players singing – and Hernán Crespo has some serious pipes.

3. Red Morning Light by Kings of Leon

The opening soundtrack for FIFA 2004. Ronaldinho, Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry and Kings of Leon: an unexpected but unbeatable line-up.

4. Blue Day by Suggs & Co (ft. the Chelsea team)

As a Chelsea fan, I couldn’t help myself with this one. When Gianfranco Zola joins the lead singer of Madness in the studio, who am I to resist? 

5. Stand Up by The Prodigy

I need to up the ante here after that last choice. I saw The Prodigy live once and went full Gennaro Gattuso, so I’d say this is pre-match appropriate. 

The CJ Playlist
Music

The CJ Playlist

We asked the CJ crew for their picks of 2021. Here are the harmonious highlights

1. Good Times Bad Times by Led Zepellin

I remember this playing on repeat in my dad’s Mini Cooper as a kid. I’m still trying to replicate John Bonham’s double-kick technique, however… 

2. Pazza Inter by Inter Milan squad

Inter Milan squad

The player’s version, not that knock-off studio one. I’m not an Inter fan, but I’m always a fan of players singing – and Hernán Crespo has some serious pipes.

3. Red Morning Light by Kings of Leon

The opening soundtrack for FIFA 2004. Ronaldinho, Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry and Kings of Leon: an unexpected but unbeatable line-up.

4. Blue Day by Suggs & Co (ft. the Chelsea team)

As a Chelsea fan, I couldn’t help myself with this one. When Gianfranco Zola joins the lead singer of Madness in the studio, who am I to resist? 

5. Stand Up by The Prodigy

I need to up the ante here after that last choice. I saw The Prodigy live once and went full Gennaro Gattuso, so I’d say this is pre-match appropriate. 

Penalty Pedigree

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1. Good Times Bad Times by Led Zepellin

I remember this playing on repeat in my dad’s Mini Cooper as a kid. I’m still trying to replicate John Bonham’s double-kick technique, however… 

2. Pazza Inter by Inter Milan squad

Inter Milan squad

The player’s version, not that knock-off studio one. I’m not an Inter fan, but I’m always a fan of players singing – and Hernán Crespo has some serious pipes.

3. Red Morning Light by Kings of Leon

The opening soundtrack for FIFA 2004. Ronaldinho, Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry and Kings of Leon: an unexpected but unbeatable line-up.

4. Blue Day by Suggs & Co (ft. the Chelsea team)

As a Chelsea fan, I couldn’t help myself with this one. When Gianfranco Zola joins the lead singer of Madness in the studio, who am I to resist? 

5. Stand Up by The Prodigy

I need to up the ante here after that last choice. I saw The Prodigy live once and went full Gennaro Gattuso, so I’d say this is pre-match appropriate. 

Read the full story
Sign up now to get access to this and every premium feature on Champions Journal. You will also get access to member-only competitions and offers. And you get all of that completely free!

1. Good Times Bad Times by Led Zepellin

I remember this playing on repeat in my dad’s Mini Cooper as a kid. I’m still trying to replicate John Bonham’s double-kick technique, however… 

2. Pazza Inter by Inter Milan squad

Inter Milan squad

The player’s version, not that knock-off studio one. I’m not an Inter fan, but I’m always a fan of players singing – and Hernán Crespo has some serious pipes.

3. Red Morning Light by Kings of Leon

The opening soundtrack for FIFA 2004. Ronaldinho, Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry and Kings of Leon: an unexpected but unbeatable line-up.

4. Blue Day by Suggs & Co (ft. the Chelsea team)

As a Chelsea fan, I couldn’t help myself with this one. When Gianfranco Zola joins the lead singer of Madness in the studio, who am I to resist? 

5. Stand Up by The Prodigy

I need to up the ante here after that last choice. I saw The Prodigy live once and went full Gennaro Gattuso, so I’d say this is pre-match appropriate. 

Penalty Pedigree

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