At times, the negativity and criticism is out of control. It is not healthy. We are all human beings.
World Cup 32
Deeply personal stories of some of the world's best footballers as they prepare to compete in in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
People say I have that connection with him.
"Every time when I’m playing for the Polish national team, the feeling I think is a little bit different."
World Cup winner Julian Draxler recalls the pain he felt leaving FC Schalke - the club he had dreamed of playing for as a boy
Gerard Piqué and his Spain teammates are quizzed on their World Cup knowledge.
If you grew up the same way I grew up, don’t listen to what certain tabloids want to tell you.
Xherdan Shaqiri discusses leaving Kosovo to grow up in Switzerland, and how his family made ends meet in their new homeland.
Gerard Piqué sits with some of his Spanish national teammates to talk all things World Cup.
Rakitić explains why he chose to play for Croatia after his family had fled the country during the war
Going to my first World Cup in Russia … how can I describe it? Not with words, but with a feeling.
I think it is the most beautiful competition and it is fighting for this country
"Tomi, do you ever imagine a stadium of 50,000 people chanting your name?”
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I don’t think that you really felt at home, at ease.
My passion is soccer, but I also have a burning desire to give chances to people who might not receive them otherwise.
People in football love to talk about mental strength. Well, I’m the strongest dude you’re ever going to meet.
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I mean I would be surprised if there was a black man who says that in Belgium he doesn’t experience racism.
Leon Balogun discusses the racial discrimination he faced growing up in Germany. #WC32
I think we’re a bit under-the-radar in this World Cup. As Danes, that suits us quite well, actually.
He has ability beyond words with a football.
Sin él, yo nunca hubiera ganado el Mundial.
Without him, I’d never have won the World Cup.
Portugals's Bernardo Silva on the most important person in his career.