Norway coach Lars Lagerbäck and Ada Hegerberg's dad
The coach of Norway, Lars Lagerbäck, talks about the talents of Erling Håland, Iceland's remarkable Euro 2016 run and his dreams of retirement. And Stein Erik Hegerberg, the father of Ada and Andrine, tells us how 'tough love' helped his daughters to grow into top footballers. Presenter Mani Djazmi is also joined by Heather O'Reilly and Pat Nevin.
Picture: Lars Lagerback on the touchline, prior to the International Friendly match between Denmark and Iceland in Herning (Credit: Dan Mullan/Getty Images).
In conversation with Lars Lagerbäck (bonus podcast)
In this bonus podcast you can hear the full interview as Mani Djazmi meets the Norway coach Lars Lagerbäck.
BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year 2020 nominees: The debate
World Football presenter Heather O’Reilly, former England striker Kelly Smith, Netherlands and Euro 2017 winner Mandy Van Den Berg and former Australia international Alicia Ferguson discuss the five Women's Footballer of the Year nominees with the BBC’s Sarah Mulkerrins.
The nominees are England and Olympique Lyonnais defender Lucy Bronze, USA and Chicago Red Stars midfielder Julie Ertz, Australia and Chelsea striker Sam Kerr, Netherlands and Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema and USA and Reign FC striker Megan Rapinoe.
Voting is now open for the BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year 2020. You can vote at bbc.com/womensfootball.
Photo: Bronze, Ertz, Kerr, Miedema and Rapinoe in their national team kits.
The Milan Derby, Asmir Begovic and San Diego Loyal
AC Milan goalkeeper Asmir Begovic looks ahead to the Derby della Madonnina. And we hear from San Diego Loyal coach Carrie Taylor about the launch of Landon Donovan's new team.
Photo: Inter Milan football fans during a Serie A match against A.C. Milan at the San Siro Stadium in Milan (Credit: by David Cannon/Getty Images).
Scoring records, maternity matters and remembering Rensenbrink
Mani Djazmi, Pat Nevin and Heather O'Reilly discuss the week's biggest stories including Canada's Christine Sinclair becoming international football's record goalscorer.
As FIFPro launch their Global Player's Council, Chelsea and England's Anita Asante talks about the challenges they want to tackle in women's football, while Anderlecht and Belgium's Vincent Kompany says 'something has to give' to ease the congested fixture calendar in the men's game and insists the make-up of boardrooms must change if football is to address its' racism problem.
Plus after the death of Rob Rensenbrink, his former Netherlands and Anderlecht teammate Arie Haan joins us to remember the two-time World Cup Finalist.
(Photo: Anita Asante and Vincent Kompany talking with other players and the media at the launch of FIFPro's Global Players Council. Credit: FIFPro/Twitter)