Former Indonesia international Raphael Maitimo and eye witness Aditya Wahyu Pratama reflect on the stadium disaster in Malang which killed over 125 people. And we hear from Algerian international Adlene Guedioura about the disappointment of missing out on the World Cup.
Picture of website: Football supporters hold a candlelight vigil for victims of a stampede at Kanjuruhan stadium in Malang (Photo by JUNI KRISWANTO/AFP via Getty Images).
Bonus Podcast: In conversation with Carlos Queiroz
Iran coach Carlos Queiroz looks ahead to the World Cup and discusses his return to the Iranian national team.
Carlos Queiroz and Union Berlin
Iran coach Carlos Queiroz looks ahead to the World Cup and we hear from Union Berlin goalkeeper Frederik Rønnow.
Picture on website: Carlos Queiroz the head coach of Iran during the match between Iran and Uruguay in Austria. (Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images)
Monza's first win and San Diego's record breakers
Monza striker Christian Gytkjaer relives his match winning goal against Juventus. We also hear from the San Diego Wave coach Casey Stoney following a record breaking match against Angel City.
Picture on website: Christian Gytkjaer of AC Monza celebrates with team mate Matteo Pessina after scoring against Juventus (Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images).
Philippe Senderos on Servette and meeting the Queen
Mani Djzami is joined by former World Cup winner Heather O’Reilly and former South Africa captain Dean Furman on the latest edition. Dean talks about his playing career and his current club: Warrington Rylands 1906, who are in the Northern Premier League, the 7th level of English football. The club have had an interesting week as the whole of the backroom staff resigned. Plus, we’ll hear from Philippe Senderos, the current sporting director of Swiss side on Servette on their impressive start to the season and when he met the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
(Credit: Getty Images, Picture: Philippe Senderos)