Episode: Melon Trees, Presidents and Orphans

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Melon Trees, Presidents and Orphans
Cameroon's Lauren on the disappointment of missing out on the World Cup. The former AC Milan striker George Weah tells us how Nelson Mandela inspired him to become the President of Liberia. And Nigerian international Odion Ighalo on fulfilling his dream of opening an orphanage in Lagos. Plus, we're on the island of Jersey as they bid to get an national football team. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

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