Episode: Ellis, Sin Bins and Salah

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Ellis, Sin Bins and Salah
US Women's Head Coach Jill Ellis will leave her role at the end of October, after winning back to back World Cups. Host Mani Djazmi, former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin and World Cup winner Heather O'Reilly talk about her legacy. The English Football Association has introduced a 10 minute temporary dismissal for dissent, so the team discuss whether this would work in the professional game. Heather talks about the legacy of the US Women's coach Jill Ellis who will leave her role in October. The team discuss Liverpool men's and women's joint pre-season tour. We'll hear from Zimbabwe defender Alec Mudimu. The defender plays football in the Welsh Premier League for Cefn Druids but his main career is a youth worker in Manchester. Alec talks about how he helps young adults in the local area and his favourite moments from playing in this summer's African Cup of Nations. He even came back with Mo Salah's shirt after playing against Egypt in the opening match.

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