Sepp Blatter
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The World Cup Project – Episode 10 – The Dark Side of the World Cup

We’re nearing the completion of our ambitious World Cup Project but we have a few fantastic podcast episodes remaining, including today’s fascinating discussion. It’s no secret that FIFA, the governing body of football, is one

Julian Weigl
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Forget Fabinho; Julian Weigl is the Answer to PSG’s Midfield Woes

The process of molding Paris Saint-Germain into Thomas Tuchel’s vision has begun. Names are surfacing in regards to transfer targets, and one particularly interesting is Julian Weigl. Tuchel has history with the young German, helping

Neymar
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The World Cup Project – Episode 9 – PSG Players on the International Stage

The World Cup Project continues with an episode every Paris Saint-Germain supporter will want to listen to. If you’re late to the party that’s OK. We’ve already discussed several national teams headed to the FIFA

Adrien Rabiot
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Adrien Rabiot: Innocence Lost

Nearly four months ago, a crestfallen Adrien Rabiot stood in front of the television cameras after Paris Saint-Germain’s 3-1 loss at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and lamented how year after year, his team couldn’t compete with

Mohamed Salah
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The World Cup Project – Episode 8 – The State of Football in Africa

We’re a little more than halfway through our World Cup Project and if you’ve missed any of the episodes, make sure you catch up by subscribing via your favorite podcast provider or check out our

PSG Supporters
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What Can Paris Saint-Germain Do to Challenge in the Champions League Next Year?

Paris Saint-Germain ended the 2017-18 season with yet another Ligue 1 title as they finished 13 points ahead of AS Monaco and secured a fourth consecutive Coupe de France win, following a 2-0 victory against

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