Episode: The good, the bad and Koscielny

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The good, the bad and Koscielny
Steve Crossman is joined by World Cup winner Heather O'Reilly and former Nigeria international Peter Odemwingie to discuss the week's big stories. Peter defends Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny's refusal to travel on the club's preseason tour after the Gunners rejected the 33-year-old's transfer request and reveals Akon's Lonely was the soundtrack to his failed transfer to QPR. Heather reflects on the US women's national team lifting back to back world titles. Former Manchester United captain and England midfielder Paul Ince opens up about feeling isolated by the language barrier during his early days at Inter Milan. And Daniel Rossbach from the Und Niemals Vergessen podcast explains why Union Berlin may have the only fans who can claim they bleed for their club as they prepare for the club prepares for its' first season in the Bundesliga. (Photo: Laurent Koscielny during a training session. Credit: Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC/Getty Images)

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