Stan Collymore Show: Gary Lineker on thrilling games & Lars Bohner on Norway in FIFA’18 (E10)

Gary Lineker, old golden boots himself, is not just famous for his exceptional goal record. It’s hard to believe, but he never saw a yellow card, let alone a red, in his entire career. You may remember his famous quote: “Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans win.” We sat down with the man himself to discuss the most thrilling penalty moments during his World Cup experiences and what made the atmosphere inside the England squad so special during that time.
– Once Lars Bohinen played alongside Stan at Nottingham Forest, now he is managing a Norway Premier League club and has the national team in his sights in the next ten years. Watch this episode to learn about the quotes of famous coaches which he’s put up in the dressing room of his club. And… what trick Norway might have up its sleeves when it gets to business at the World Cup in Russia this summer.
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