Nigerian international Leon Balogun talks about the racist abuse he has suffered in Germany. Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino remembers the moment that changed his life and talks about his fondness for Barcelona. We also assess Morocco's bid to host the World Cup in 2026 and speak to Matthew Beard - the coach of the now defunct Boston Breakers. (Picture by Oliver Hardt/Bongarts/Getty Images)
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Nigeria's Taribo West talks about the pitfalls of being a footballer
A first-hand account from the first women allowed into football stadia in Saudi Arabia.
Argentina's Pablo Zabaleta talks about the heartbreak of losing a World Cup final.
On the show...Cameroon's Lauren, Liberian President George Weah & Nigeria's Odion Ighalo.
Relive the highs and lows on the road to Russia 2018.
Former players remember the rise-and-fall of the original North American Soccer League.
US Soccer Presidential candidate Steve Gans gives his vision for the future of the game.
World Cup winner Rai explains why Brazil could struggle at Russia 2018.
Senegal's Oumar Niasse talks about becoming an outcast at Everton FC.
All the excitement from Peru, Senegal and Ivory Coast on the road to the 2018 World Cup
Footballer Chris Naumoff talks about retiring at the age of 21 because of a heart defect.
In conversation with the former Ghana international Anthony Yeboah.
Former USA international Eric Wynalda on his vision for the future of football in the USA
Does Qatar have enough time to find a good enough team for the 2022 World Cup?
World Football reflects on a dramatic week of World Cup qualifiers.
How have Atlanta United gone from no existence to MLS Cup hopefuls?
The USA's Megan Rapinoe on why she chose to 'take a knee' during the national anthem
Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic tells us why it's difficult playing alongside Lionel Messi.
Nigerian legend Sunday Oliseh on the difficulties facing African coaches