WSWF: In Conversation with Jerome Champagne09/18/14
The FIFA Presidential candidate Jerome Champagne outlines his vision for the future of the game and talks about his chances of unseating Sepp Blatter. Once full of promise, has football in Syria been destroyed by Civil War? Former Syria international...
World Football: Fallen Giants, A Waking Giant and FIFA’s Giant
We get reaction to Sepp Blatter’s confirmation he will run again for the FIFA Presidency
WSWF: fallen giants, a waking giant and FIFAÃ¢ÂÂs giant
The FIFA Executive Committee member, Michel D'Hooghe, tells us that nobody can beat Sepp Blatter in the 2015 FIFA Presidential election. Dr. D'Hooghe also outlines a new regulation that forces referees to postpone matches for three minutes if a player...
WSWF: The Chief of South American Football
The President of the South American football confederation Juan Angel Napout and the Argentine footballer Julio Arca discuss racism in the game and the export of young South Americans to Europe. Also on the programme a close friend gives an insight...
WSWF: The Tragic Death of Albert Ebosse
Friend and former team-mate Hamza Bencherif remembers Cameroon's Albert Ebosse who was killed by fans last week-end. There's reaction from Monaco following Michel Platini's decision not to stand for the FIFA Presidency. World Football spends time with...
WSWF: Corruption in Greece, Trouble in Rwanda
An interview with one of the World's most travelled coaches, Stephen Constantine who's worked for Nepal, India, Sudan, Malawi, Rwanda and Millwall. Also on the programme: ahead of the Spanish season, the President of newly promoted Eibar talks about a...
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