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People under the spotlight include Gary Lineker, Gareth Southgate, Humberto Coelho, Warren Barton, Ian Porterfield, Steve Perryman, Di Law, Gert Engels, Les Mottram, Jan Roelfs, Gurinder Chadha, Frank Stapleton, Sammy McIlroy, Chris Coleman, David Moyes, Roberto Martinez, Paul Lambert, Michael Campion, Mike Amman, Senol Gunes, Afshin Ghotbi, John Foot, John van Zweeden, Paddy Agnew, Alex Fynn, Ian Crook, Nicky Byrne, Guillem Balague, Ronny Mintjens and Simon Kuper.
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Ex-Manchester City, Spurs, Liverpool and England midfielder Paul Stewart talks about his book Damaged: My Story, which details the sexual abuse he suffered as a young player at the hands of a coach.
Former host of the iconic show Football Italia, James Richardson reminisces about all things calcio in the nineties.
Marko Perović is a truly global player and has plied his trade in Serbia, Switzerland, Iran, USA and now Hong Kong.
Canadian-born Matthew Lam discusses why Canadian players and the national team struggle for recognition.
The peripatetic South China striker Nikola Komazec talks about life in Hong Kong, the Serbian league and the best Serbian players around.
Laura McAllister CBE
Former Wales international and ex-Sport Wales chair Laura McAllister CBE talks of her excitement about the UEFA Women's Champions League Final coming to Cardiff in June 2017.
Read an interview with Open Stadiums, a group of women in Iran protesting to be allowed into sports stadiums in the country.
Ricardo Rambo is the Brazilian manager of South China in Hong Kong.
Giles Moore is Team GB's goalkeeper at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio.
George Rinaldi discusses his first book on the best 21 strikers in Serie A - Calcio's Greatest Forwards.
Jack Sealy talks about life in the Chinese Super League with Changchun Yatai Football Club and facing Lionel Messi.
Chris Birchall - talks about his career with Port Vale, Coventry and Trinidad and Tobago as well as lining up with David Beckham at Los Angeles Galaxy.
Manish Bhasin - the BCC TV presenter and Leicester City supporter talks about his beloved club’s incredible season to date.
Lee Sharpe talks about his time at Manchester United.
Abraham Garcia current coach of Kitchee in Hong Kong and formerly academy coach at Real Madrid and Atletico in Spain.
Juan Belencoso is among the goals for Kitchee FC in Hong Kong.
Reading and Wales defender Chris Gunter looks back on Wales' 2016 Euro Qualifying campaign as the team stand on the verge of making it to France.
Ex-Arsenal and England keeper, David Seaman talks about his experiences in the FA Cup, including that save against Sheffield United.
Jodey TaylorJodey Taylor talks about her peripatetic career in the USA, England, Sweden and Australia.
Hong Kong international and Pegasus striker Jaimes McKee shares his experiences and views on the new Hong Kong Premier League.
Bert Patrick was the former owner of sportswear firm Admiral and creator of the first-ever official club replicas.
Cliff Jones - the original Welsh Wizard discusses Wales' chances of reaching Euro 2016.
Versatile Birmingham City defender Jonathan Spector waits to hear if he will make Jurgen Klinsmann's USA World Cup squad.
Betty Wong is coach of the Hong Kong Women's national team.
Morten Olsen, the Danish Special One, is the longest serving international manager in Europe after San Marino's Giampaolo Mazza.
Mark Sutcliffe, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Football Association, is charged with improving Hong Kong Football with the Phoenix Project.
John van Zweden
John van Zweeden has gone from teenage fan to director of Swansea City football club.
Hong Kong international footballer Michael Campion gave up a successful job in business to pursue his childhood dream of being a professional player.
After a time Playing in his native Belgium, Ronny Mintjens moved to Africa. His amazing story is told in his book - More Than A Game.
Despite being released by Leeds United's academy as a teenager, former Ireland U18 international goalkeeper Nicky Byrne was able to go on to establish success and global fame in the Pop band Westlife
During his reign at Goodison Park, Everton boss David Moyes has continued to excel.
Casey Stoney & Ellen White Interview
England ladies captain Casey Stoney and Arsenal's Ellen White preview the upcoming FA WSL season.
Paul Lambert discusses the Positives of his first year at Aston Villa.
Chris Coleman talks about his growing enjoyment in the job of manager of Wales.
Australian full back Alan Davidson talks about his experiences in the Nottingham Forest side under Brian Clough.
Duncan Hamilton - Author of the book Provided You Don't Kiss Me - a biography of manager Brian Clough.
Ex-Middlesbrough & Liverpool star Craig Johnstone talks about the revolutionary Predator soccer boot.
Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee discusses depression and anxiety in professional football and how to overcome them.
Matt Le Tissier
Saints' legend Matt Le Tissier discusses football on the South Coast: Southampton, Portsmouth, Bournemouth & Brighton.
Tim Payton, spokesperson for Arsenal Fan Share, talks about the scheme that aims to give Arsenal fans the kind of influence enjoyed by supporters in Spain.
Spurs' boss Harry Redknapp discuss the summer transfer scene and the 2010 World Cup.
Former Arsenal, Aston Villa and Manchester United goalkeeper Jimmy Rimmer talks about his illustrious career.
Thai national team boss Bryan Robson discusses his new life in South East Asia and the England national team's performance at the 2010 World Cup.
Bert Trautmann discusses his journey from POW to Manchester City legend.
The former Newcastle, Tottenham, Marseille and Sheffield Wednesday player, Chris Waddle, discusses England ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
Read an interview with David Winner author of that extraordinary dissection of Dutch football 'Brilliant Orange', a sensual study of the English game 'Those Feet', and the jet-setting football travelogue, 'Around the World in 90 Minutes.'
Phil Vasili, author of Walter Tull, 1888-1918: Officer, Footballer: All the Guns in France Couldn’t Wake Me tells Soccerphile of Walter Tull's struggles for acceptance both in his football and military career.
A-Z of Football Interviews
South Korea's Dutch coach Dick Advocaat
discusses Korea, kimchi and his side's chances on the eve of the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
Dick Advocaat while at Zenit St. Petersburg looks back to his time in Korea.
Paddy Agnew & Guillem Balague
Football journalists Paddy Agnew & Guillem Balague discuss the Spain v Italy Euro 2008 quarterfinal match.
Goalkeeper Mike Ammann left the sunny shores of southern California to give his game a shot in England. What followed, were two seasons in the English First Division with Charlton Athletic in the mid 90's.
Radojko Avramovic the former Notts County and Coventry City goalkeeper has been the boss of Singapore's national team since 2003.
Ex-Wimbledon, Newcastle United and England defender Warren Barton on England's chances at Euro 2004.
Edgardo Bauza: the Argentine coach gives his last interview as coach of LDU Quito.
Peter Butler began coaching at Halifax and has worked across South East Asia in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
Gurinder Chadha is the director of the smash hit movie Bend It Like Beckham.
Ex-Portugal and South Korea coach Humberto Coelho talks to Soccerphile about his Korea experience.
Ex-Norwich and Spurs' midfielder Ian Crook is now assistant coach with FC Sydney. He talks to Soccerphile about his hopes for the new A-League Down Under.
Incheon United's Dejan Damjanovic talks about his bright start to his first season in Korea's K-League.
John Foot talks about his book Calcio - a history of the game in Italy from its 19th Century roots to the modern day via legends like Silvio Piola, Roberto Baggio and the great Torino team who perished at Superga.
Sir Alex Ferguson talks ahead of the 2008 Club World Cup in Japan.
Alex Fynn discuss the English Premiership's proposal to play games overseas - a move widely condemned by fans.
Senol Gunes the coach of FC Seoul talks about a difficult first season in the K-League.
Duncan Hamilton talks about his book Provided You Don't Kiss Me - a biography of Brian Clough, the enigmatic manager and man he knew for 20 years.
Paolo Hewitt is a well-known music and style journalist but he is also a big football fan and talks to Soccerphile about football and fashion.
K-League Incheon United's innovative, young coach Jang Woe-Ryeong talks to Soccerphile about his ambitions to one day manage the national team.
An interview with Ka Sam-hyun the General Secretary of the Korean Football Association and Korea's "Mr. Football".
K-League Seongnam's no-nonsense coach Kim Hak-Bom talks to Soccerphile about his team's success, foreign players in Korea and his hopes to manage the Korean national side.
Football journalist Simon Kuper discuss his new book on football statistics.
Josip Kuze, the experienced Croatian coach, talked to Soccerphile hours before his dismissal by J-League club JEF United.
Alexei Lalas talks about David Beckham and the LA Galaxy.
Di Law is United legend Denis' daughter; she is also Manchester United's press secretary.
England legend and BBC presenter Gary Lineker previews the 2002 World Cup in Korea/Japan.
Hwang Sun-Hong is the latest coach to take on the challenge at K-League Busan.
Andy Lyons co-founder and editor of When Saturday Comes, widely regarded as the most intelligent football magazine in the world.
Wilf McGuinness talks about Munich and the Busby Babes.
Sammy McIlroy & Frank Stapleton
Sammy McIlroy & Frank Stapleton talk Arsenal and Manchester United.
Ernie Merrick, the Melbourne Victory coach, discusses his team's chances in the ACL.
World Cup referee Les Mottram talks about his life in the game and his new career in Japan.
GSEN agent Dennis Murray talks about negotiating Lee Chun-soo's move to Feyenoord.
Kiki Musampa the globe-trotting Dutch midfielder is now with FC Seoul in the K-League and playing on his third continent.
Long-serving Gamba Osaka coach Akira Nishino talks about his team's performance after the 2008 Club World Cup. Nishino is now at Nagoya Grampus.
Urawa Reds' coach Holger Osieck enjoys 2007 Asian Champions League success.
Japan's national team coach Ivica Osim meets the Press ahead of the 2007 Asian Cup.
Ex-Spurs and England midfielder Steve Perryman talks about his time managing in Japan's J. League.
Ex-Chelsea midfielder and now Sunderland boss Gus Poyet discusses his time in football.
Ange Postecoglou the new Brisbane Roar coach is hitting back at his critics.
British Communist in Moscow Jim Riordan was the only Englishman to play for a Soviet football team.
Denise Robertson - TV's agony Aunt tells of her love for Sunderland FC.
Sunderland legend Ian Porterfield talks about his new life as coach of the K. League's Busan I'cons.
Middlesborough and England defender Gareth Southgate talks about missed penalties and World Cup 2002.
Along with Guus Hiddink and Pim Verbeek, Jan Roelfs was part of the three-man Orange revolution that took South Korea to a 4th-place finish at World Cup 2002.
Robert Verbeek discusses life in the J-League with Omiya Ardija and his relationship with older brother Pim.
Sef Vergoosen talks about his plans for J-League under-achievers Nagoya Grampus.
Aurelio Vidmar talks about his appointment as interim coach of A-League Adelaide United.
Ex-Spurs' Swiss international defender Ramon Vega on England's clash with Switzerland at Euro 2004.