WSWF: Lennart Johansson, North Korea and the Struggles...
An interview with the former UEFA President Lennart Johansson. Also on the programme, a potential star of German football explains why he walked away from the game over fears that his team-mates would find out he was gay. And an exploration of football in North Korea
WSWF: Conte, the long commute and trouble in the Congo
The Juventus coach Antonio Conte reflects on a second successive title-winning season and tells us he would like to coach abroad one day, perhaps in the Premier League. Following Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure, we hear from Willy Miller who was Aberdeen’s captain when they won the European Cup Winners’ Cup under Fergy 30 years ago this week. The hardest man in football? Mohammed Ali Khan of BK Hacken talks about playing on with a broken leg. Elvis Shishasa from the South Africa Football...
WSWF: Asian Football's New Boss and Tibet's Forbidden...
An interview with the newly elected President of Asian Football Sheikh Salman bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa. And Tibet's 'Forbidden Team'play for the first time in 6 years.
WSWF: Bad Times in Qatar
The Moroccan international Abdeslam Ouaddou talks about his unhappy time in Qatar. He's accused his employers of refusing to honour his contract and of treating him like a slave. One of Sir Alex Ferguson's former players, Raimond van der Gouw, explains what makes the Manchester United coach so successful. And the DR Congo international Yannick Bolasie, born in France and raised in London, talks about his first ever visit to the country he now represents
WSWF: Racism, Age Cheating and the Ferdinando Valletti...
The USA international Jozy Altidore talks about his experiences as the victim of racist abuse earlier this year. An investigation into the latest age-fixing scandal to hit African Football. Diego Maradon'a former boss warns clubs over the risks of employing the argentine legend as a coach. And the amazing story of the former AC Milan player Ferdinando Valletti who was sent to a concentration camp during the Second World War, where on the verge of death, football saved his life.
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