Afghanistan coach Anoush Dastgir talks about the challenges he faces. And the former Chelsea and Norway striker Tore Andre Flo looks back on his career and also tells us about the role he's had developing the likes of Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham.
Picture: Afghan goalkeeper Ovays Azizi with Qatari fans in the background in the World Cup Qualifiers at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Doha, Qatar. (Simon Holmes/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Bayern's heavy hitters and Schalke's dreamers
Former Swiss international Ramon Vega reflects on Tottenham's humiliating 7-2 loss to Bayern Munich. He also remembers the racism in Italian football during the 1990s. Also on the show, the Schalke defender Benjamin Stambouli talks about his club's promising start to the season. Presenter Mani Djazmi is joined by Pat Nevin and Heather O'Reilly.
Photo: Heung-Min Son of Tottenham holds his hands over his mouth during the UEFA Champions League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Muenchen (Credit: Charlotte Wilson/Offside/Offside via Getty Images)
Kevin-Prince Boateng and knife throwing Colombians
Fiorentina's Kevin-Prince Boateng talks about his globe trotting career and tells us why Gennaro Gattuso threatened to kill him. The Colombian footballer Sebastián Velásquez talks about the knife throwing fans of Medellin. And the former Canada international Karina LeBlanc reflects on Megan Rapinoe's call for footballers to use their platform for good.
(Photo: Fiorentina's Kevin-Prince Boateng applauding their fans. Credit: Fiorentina club)
Goalscorers, superstitions and R.I.P Restless Rudi
Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen talks about his tough journey from the slums of Lagos to Lille. We pay tribute to the globetrotting coach Rudi Gutendorf. who has died at the age of 93. Plus, in the second part of our interview with World Cup winner Per Mertesacker, he talks about his new job at the Arsenal academy.
(Photo: Victor Osimhen of Lille celebrates his goal during a French League 1 match. Credit: Erwin Spek/Soccrates/Getty Images)
Per Mertesacker and football Hong Kong style
World Cup winner Per Mertesacker talks about his struggle with pre-match anxiety and sings his favourite Bob Marley song. And the Hong Kong international Jack Sealy talks about playing in the Chinese Super League, his travels in North Korea and the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Presented by Mani Djazmi and Pat Nevin.
(Photo: Arsenal fans, all wearing Per Mertesacker shirts, are seen walking towards the stadium prior to the Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley. Credit: Clive Mason/Getty Images)