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In the week that Alastair Cook was removed as England’s ODI captain, we debate the ECB’s decision with former international limited-overs coach Ashley Giles and ex-Australian batsman Matthew Hayden. There’s football chat as former Liverpool defender Alan Kennedy anticipates the club’s key league game against Arsenal. Also, we assess FIFA’s decision to publish a "legally appropriate version" of a report into allegations of World Cup bidding corruption by speaking to Conservative MP Damien Collins, who has been campaigning for reform at the governing body. And we bring you an in-depth debate about football management by talking to LMA chief executive Richard Bevan, Barnsley manager Danny Wilson, who has reached 1000 games in management, former Stoke and Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis and ex Newcastle and West Ham manager Glenn Roeder.
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