World Football

This week World Football hears from one of the most important men in the world game as he fights a challenge to his position running the game in Asia - and find out what the power struggle really means for football.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Freidel tells us why he thinks a limit on the number of foreign players would be good for the game and how it won't be long before the domination of the so called big four is over.

We'll also hear from the lawyer suing West Ham on behalf of Sheffield United relegated by a player who shouldn't have been on the pitch.

27 minutes

Last on

Sat 21 Mar 2009 10:32 GMT

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