9 Jun 2014

FIFA World Cup - Myths and Legends

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 3:08 pm on 9 June 2014

With the FIFA World Cup about to begin, we talk to ESPN Football writer Uli Hesse about the biggest event in soccer and some myths and legends about the beautiful game like why seven cats were buried under a stadium in Argentina. Plus the latest corrupt practices allegations swirling round FIFA, the game's governing body. The book: 'Who Invented The Stepover? (And Other Crucial Football Conundrums)' by Paul Simpson and Uli Hesse.

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