Raphael Honigstein interview: German soccer expert

Raphael Honigstein interview

Listen to the Raphael Honigstein interview with the German soccer expert.

During the interview, Raphael Honigstein discusses his book, Das Reboot, which goes into detail about how German soccer reinvented itself, which culminated in the 2014 World Cup victory. Plus, the discussion touches on what the US Soccer Federation can learn from Germany, as well as how Jurgen Klinsmann was a trailblazer for reform in Germany.

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Honigstein is the English football correspondent for the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, and has been the German football correspondent for the British newspaper The Guardian and the UK radio broadcaster, talkSPORT. In addition, he also contributes to Germany’s popular football magazine, 11Freunde and the British football quarterly, The Blizzard. Honigstein now writes for the UK arm of The Athletic. Honigstein regularly appears on the podcast The Totally Football Show and, before its cancellation, on BT Sport television programme Sunday Night Football, both hosted by James Richardson, where he gives updates on German football.

READ MORE: Honigstein’s ‘Das Reboot’ is required reading for fans of German and US soccer

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