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Compelling narratives from around the international soccer landscape.

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aired 473 days ago
Starting with a Nazi plan to steal the Rimet Trophy from Italy during World War II, the story unfolds like a great caper film. Our hero, Ottorino Barassi, an Italian soccer official, tries to protect a valued treasure.
aired 529 days ago
An examination of the Hillsborough Stadium disaster, in which 96 people died and hundreds more were injured, during an FA Cup soccer match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest.
aired 957 days ago
Argentinean soccer star Ossie Ardiles was enjoying success in the English Premier League when war broke out between his homeland and adopted country, forcing Ardiles to make a tough decision.
aired 1,146 days ago
In the 1986 World Cup, Diego Maradona reached his apotheosis, redefining what is possible on the football pitch amidst unprecedented fervor.

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