Episode: Oumar Niasse, Rigobert Song and Rodney Marsh

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Oumar Niasse, Rigobert Song and Rodney Marsh
After becoming an outcast at his club, Senegal's Oumar Niasse talks about the challenges he faced following a bust-up with coach Ronald Koeman. The former Liverpool and Cameroon defender Rigobert Song reflects on the moment he almost lost his life. Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio looks ahead to next week's World Cup draw and discusses his own future. Plus, Rodney Marsh remembers his great friend George Best. (Photo by Mark Robinson/Getty Images)

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