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28 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 06 March 2010

Is the sport facing a financial crisis?

With Portsmouth going into administration - what's the likelihood of a big name club going bust?

We'll also hear how the Lazio President has angered fans and jeopardised the teams top flight status - by introducing a self-imposed salary cap.

And with many big name players returning home - has South America benefited from the financial problems in the European game?

Plus, listen to a players view as England striker Peter Crouch gives his opinion on salary caps.

  • Peter Crouch interview

    Peter Crouch interview

    Peter Crouch (right) holds his Portsmouth shirt after signing for the club in 2008. Less than two years later Portsmouth became the first English Premier League side to enter administration, after debts of over 100 million dollars.

    Crouch, now at Tottenham Hotspur, talks to World Football about the financial issues in the game and whether he would be in favour of a salary cap?


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