Michael Laudrup, and Darren Eadie's battle with depression
In a feature-length interview, the Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup talks about his glittering playing career, a conversation with King Juan Carlos of Spain, match fixing, his aims as a manager and his son, Andreas, who’ll be making his European Champions League debut this season.
The head of the Bundesliga, Christian Seifert, says that as the league enters its 50th anniversary season, it’s financially and competitively healthy. But is there enough glamour?
The former Norwich and Leicester winger, Darren Eadie, talks about his fight against depression after injury forced an early end to his career, and his hopes to help other footballers who are going through similar problems.
And we’re with FC Harlem as they use football to guide New York’s youngsters away from crime, drugs and gang culture.