We're in Istanbul for a weekend of derbies, as Basaksehir go in search of their first ever trophy. And the former Hamilton Academical striker Richard Offiong talks about his globetrotting career, which took him to South Korea, Sweden, Belgium, Malaysia and Australia.
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Simon Mignolet, Östersunds and the Chelsea academy
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet discusses the title race. Östersunds midfielder Charlie Colkett talks about his journey from the Chelsea academy, via the Netherlands. And World Cup winner Heather O'Reilly discusses the latest career move of her old adversary Inka Grings, who is now in charge of a German men's team.
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Júlio César, Pascal Chimbonda and Racing Club's celebrations
Pat Nevin and Mani Djazmi are joined by the former Tottenham defender Pascal Chimbonda to talk about his old club's new stadium and racism in the game. The former Brazil goalkeeper Júlio César looks back at the highlights of his career. And, Racing Club director Barbara Blanco discusses her team's title victory in Argentina.
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Magnus Hedman: Drugs, black holes and suicidal thoughts
Swedish goalkeeper Magnus Hedman talks about his battles with depression and drug addiction. He also recalls the moment he almost committed suicide. Also on the show, the Kilmarnock coach Steve Clarke discusses the problems facing Scottish football. Presented by Pat Nevin, Peter Odemwingie and World Cup winner Heather O'Reilly.
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Indian adventures and Eduardo at carnival
Former Croatia and Arsenal forward Eduardo da Silva looks back on his career. And we're joined by the former India coach Stephen Constantine. Plus, Auckland City player Dylan Manickum pays tribute to his friend and former team mate, Atta Elayyan, who was killed in the Christchurch mosque attack.
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