Episode: Suriname, Real Betis and Ajax memories

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Suriname, Real Betis and Ajax memories
Suriname national coach and former Ajax player, Dean Gorré, joins Mani Djazmi and Pat Nevin. We'll ask why Suriname, with a population of half a million people, has produced so many talented footballers over the years. Plus, Dean Gorré shares his memories of Johan Cruyff. Also on the programme, we find out about how Real Betis are trying to save the planet. (Photo: Coach Dean Gorré entering the field during a Suriname training session at the Essed Stadium in Paramaribo. Credit: VI Images/Getty Images)

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