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This week we speak to FA chairman Greg Dyke about FIFA’s decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in the winter. We also get his view on whether goal-line technology should be implemented in the wake of Roger East’s decision to send off Wes Brown instead of John O'Shea, with further insight from former top referee Keith Hackett. There’s rugby chat as England centre Luther Burrell anticipates their Six Nations encounter against Ireland, while Phil Bennett reflects on Wales’ win over France. The incoming ECB chairman Colin Graves, meanwhile, assesses England’s display at the World Cup. And we preview the League Cup final by speaking to former Tottenham manager George Graham.
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