Planet Sport Football Africa
27 May: Youth Football Development in Cameroon, New Study on Referees' Decisions and Manchester Utd bring in Jose Mourinho
On this week's show we find out about youth football in Cameroon, as the country's FA say that they are getting serious about youth. We talk about referees - a recent investigation has found that referees tend to award harsher foul punishments to the away team. We speak to Bob Hamer, a former EPL referee, who however insists that referees are not swayed by the crowds. Plus European Football Expert Stuart Weir gives us his analysis of Manchester United's decision to fire manager Louis Van Gaal and replace him with former Chelsea coach, Jose Mourinho.
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This week's show is produced by Steve Vickers (above, centre) in Harare, Zimbabawe with Solomon Izang Ashoms (above, right) in Nigeria and Stuart Weir (above, left) in the UK