Sun, 26 Oct 14
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This week we speak to Greg Dyke, as the FA chairman talks about general secretary Alex Horne’s impending departure, his relationship with FIFA president Sepp Blatter, and offers his view on Ched Evans’ future. Maggie Ellis, a director of Life centre Rape Crisis, discusses what lessons the sport can learn from Evans’ case. West Brom manager Alan Irvine, meanwhile, enthuses about his side’s encouraging start to the season. After Leeds sacked manager Darko Milanic, we assess the club’s future under owner Massimo Cellino with former midfielder Johnny Giles, while former Liverpool striker John Aldridge discusses Mario Balotelli’s form at Liverpool.
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