Bribes, South Sudan and new rules

The investigative reporter Andrew Jennings tells us that despite the bribery revelations about FIFA, he doubts there will be a full clean-up of the organisation.

We hear from the South Sudanese player James Moga as they play their first officially sanctioned match since joining FIFA.

The football writer Paul Gardener and FIFA’s former Director of International Relations, Jerome Champagne, debate the merits of goal-line technology and other possible rule changes. Should penalty areas be smaller?

And we tell the story of the first black professional footballer, Arthur Wharton.

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Sat 14 Jul 2012 01:32 GMT

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