Episode: World Cup Hopefuls and AEK's 'Almost Certain' Title

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World Cup Hopefuls and AEK's 'Almost Certain' Title
Peru and Feyenoord midfielder Renato Tapia tells Mani Djazmi about his World Cup expectations and managing the National team Whatsapp group. Australia's Trent Sainsbury shares his experiences of playing at the 2017 Confederations Cup in Russia and his reservations about VAR. The Jiangsu Suning F.C. defender, who's currently on loan with Swiss side Grasshoppers, reflects on his footballing education at Inter Milan and why he chose to play in China. We're with James Montague in Athens as AEK are crowned champions of the Greek Super League for the first time in 24 years. And we hear from one of Africa's top referees, Bakary Gassama, who says Video assistant referees will be introduced in time for next year's Africa cup of nations, and that he and other World Cup Referees will make VAR a success at the World Cup. (Photo: Renato Tapia celebrates after scoring for Peru. Credit: Steven Ryan/Getty Images)

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