Episode: Hernan Crespo and Fifa's 'Dinosaurs'

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Hernan Crespo and Fifa's 'Dinosaurs'
The former Fifa advisor Michael Hershman talks about his frustrations while dealing with the 'dinosaurs' of the organisation. The former Argentina international Hernan Crespo discusses his new coaching job in Italy and the misfortunes of his former club Parma. We pay tribute to Alcides Ghiggia, the Uruguayan footballer who broke Brazilian hearts at the 1950 World Cup. And we spend time with Greenland, the forgotten team of international football. (Photo: Hernan Crespo. Credit: Getty Images)

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