With special guest:
Jermaine Jenas, sports broadcaster, pundit and former England international.
In the new episode of The Line, Richard Gillis and Danny Rogers talk to Jermaine Jenas, the former England and Premier League footballer who is one of the rising stars of sports broadcasting.
The conversation starts in 2006 in Baden Baden, at the England team's during the ill-fated Fifa World Cup campaign, which won more headlines for WAGs, Beckham-mania and tabloid stings than football matches.
This summer, Jenas is part of the BBC's team in Russia for the 2018 version. We discuss whether journalists should be patriotic when it comes to covering England matches, whether football is ready for its first gay superstar and what really happens behind the scenes at Match of the Day.
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Main image via @jjenas8 on Twitter