Football's biggest stories of the week on the BBC.
UEFA Presidential hopeful Michael van Praag and Venezia FC owner Joe Tacopina
Croatian midfielder Darko Matic discusses the changing face of football in China.
A look ahead to the final of Euro 2016, as the hosts France prepare to take on Portugal.
As Euro 2016 reaches the quarter-finals, hear from World Cup winner Bixente Lizarazu.
Former international striker Louis Saha assesses France's chances of winning Euro 2016.
Davor Suker, Albania's Lorik Cana and Belgium's Radja Nainggolan look ahead to Euro 2016.
Italy's Antonio Conte describes his coaching philosophy and looks ahead to Euro 2016.
Carlo Ancelotti discusses life, philosophy and the rise of the superstar manager.
The former owner talks about being forced to sell the club after his assets were frozen
Brazil's 1970 World Cup winning captain Carlos Alberto discusses the state of the game
Kosovo's UEFA membership, Arsenal's Alex Iwobi and Sweden coach Erik Hamren.
Parma celebrate promotion to the third tier of Italian football
Park Ji Sung and Uli Stielike assess South Korea's chances of reaching the 2018 World Cup
Ronald Koeman remembers Johan Cruyff and Barcelona's Dream Team.
A chat with one of the most powerful women in football, Sierra Leone's Isha Johansen.
Friends of Johan Cruyff pay tribute to the Dutch legend following his death this week.
A former referee says he's in shock after FIFA banned him for his role in match-fixing.
FC Seoul striker Dejan Damjanović looks ahead to the new football season in South Korea
Former Arsenal and Cameroon defender Lauren discusses his old club's faltering title bid
All the build-up to the Fifa presidential election. Who will succeed Sepp Blatter?
Romania's unpaid players, Dutch match-fixing, and an interview with Bacary Sagna
Musa Bility on the Fifa election. Plus interviews with Kolo Toure and Robert Pires
Can Gianni Infantino become the next FIFA President? Plus, a chat with Emmanuel Eboue.
David Luiz on Paris Saint Germain's dominance of the French league
Manchester City and Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony talks about his career.
Former Liverpool assistant coach Pako Ayestaran hits out at the club's lack of direction
The Watford and Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo talks about his rags to riches story