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One World Sports: Transfer Market Opening Salvo
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One World Sports: Transfer Market Opening Salvo

Once the World Cup came to a close, the shockwaves on the summer transfer window soon followed as Real Madrid have come out with two prized moves to acquire James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos, perhaps setting off what may be a chain of events that could ripple across Europe as several conditional moves appear certain to unfold.
Listen - Wednesday, July 23, 2014


For England Coaches, The Future is Self-Made
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For England Coaches, The Future is Self-Made

In football beyond the glare of the World Cup and record transfers there are examples where the game has not only empowered national federations with new ideas and resources, but also new coaches armed with opportunity and the destinations where they can apply their talents and education with great effect.
Listen - Monday, July 21, 2014


One World Sports: Brazil 360, Examination to Ramifications
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One World Sports: Brazil 360, Examination to Ramifications

In this edition of the show we take an in-depth look at the host nation in the aftermath of a second massive disappointment on the world stage where politics, social fabric and football itself will be on examination as the nation seeks to reassess with an election bisecting what will be an unprecedented move to host the Summer Olympics in 2016.
Listen - Wednesday, July 16, 2014


Andy Serkis on Performance Capture Acting And Planet of the Apes
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Andy Serkis on Performance Capture Acting And Planet of the Apes

Regarded as one of the top actors in the revolutionary world of performance capture acting, leading man Andy Serkis has taken the genre to astonishing new levels first as Gollum in The Lord of The Rings trilogy, and delivers now an astonishing performance in Dawn of Planet of The Apes which opens nationwide on 11 July.
Listen - Friday, July 11, 2014


One World Sports: Icons Rising and Falling, Rebirth at Portsmouth
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One World Sports: Icons Rising and Falling, Rebirth at Portsmouth

In the episode, we feature two important guests who help us examine the fallout from the World Cup semi-finals where Lionel Messi now reaches his own theatre of dreams on the biggest stage, and we are reminded once again how supporters are the energy from which this sport finds its soul and innovations as new breakthroughs in crowd-funding have returned Portsmouth from the brink of disaster, making it the largest supporter-owned club in the UK.
Listen - Wednesday, July 09, 2014


Separating Match-Fixing Hysteria From Actual Policing and Enforcement
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Separating Match-Fixing Hysteria From Actual Policing and Enforcement

In recent days, admitted matchfixer Wilson Raj Perumal has been in the news as the outcome of a suspicious match between Croatia and Cameroon placed him in the crosshairs of a Der Spiegel exclusive that indicates that he had prior knowledge of a corrupted match during the 2014 World Cup Group Stage on 18 June.
Listen - Tuesday, July 08, 2014


One World Sports: Howard to The Rescue, Blue for Japan and Italy
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One World Sports: Howard to The Rescue, Blue for Japan and Italy

In this edition we are joined by two guests who will help us examine the performance for the ages turned in by Tim Howard in Salvador against a Belgian tide that took added extra time to complete the damage, as well as discuss the very uncertain futures for two national teams in Japan and Italy who entered the World Cup with dreams beyond the group stage, but fell apart once the matches arrived and leave their federations with major questions to be answered.
Listen - Wednesday, July 02, 2014


The Suarez Judgment and Its Important Implications
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The Suarez Judgment and Its Important Implications

Daniel Geey of the Field Fisher Waterhouse and its EU Regulatory and Competition Law Group joins the show to dig into the matter of Luis Suarez, the unprecedented ban handed the player for a sporting infraction of its classification and how the process in the many days ahead could be moving as interested parties both bid for his services from Liverpool and look to reduce the punishment.
Listen - Tuesday, July 01, 2014


A Goal and A Ghost Closes One Door and Opens Others
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A Goal and A Ghost Closes One Door and Opens Others

Sixty four years after Joe Gaetjens scored his winning goal over England, his story is more than an historical moment in US Soccer, but also serves as a measure of closure for his family as well as bit of symbolism as 2014 has revealed even newer accounts of young, foreign-born players who arrive in America to represent their adopted country and still seize the moment to be remembered for their accomplishments on the pitches of Brazil.
Listen - Sunday, June 29, 2014


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