Cover

Football Daily

The latest from the Premier League, EFL, European football and more!

Tous les épisodes

  • 18.01.2021
    44 MB
    45:58
    Cover

    MNC: Blunt Liverpool, redemption in Manchester and toothless Wolves

    Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith discuss the main talking points in the fallout from Liverpool and Manchester United’s goalless draw. The champions have now gone three games without finding the back of the net and we debate why one of the Premier League’s most prolific attacks have started to struggle in front of goal. It’s been a tale of redemption on both sides of Manchester as United’s Luke Shaw and City’s John Stones have hit top form. We look at how the England pair have become integral to their teams’ efforts recently, having previously struggled.We also take a closer look at Wolves after another defeat, this time to rivals West Brom.Topics:03:34: Liverpool’s recent goal scoring problems and centre back shortage16:15: Luke Shaw’s redemption and trust in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer26:00: John Stones back to his best at Manchester City and Ilkay Gundogan’s importance35:30: Wolves continue to struggle and why was Conor Coady taken off?

    ...plus
  • 18.01.2021
    46 MB
    48:57
    Cover

    A missed opportunity for Man Utd?

    Emma Saunders, Ben Haines, Jobi McAnuff and Luke Edwards review the weekend's action in the Premier League. After Manchester United's goalless draw against Liverpool, the panel discuss, which Premier League teams could be serious title contenders.

    ...plus
  • 16.01.2021
    35 MB
    37:19
    Cover

    A top two clash, Gaelic football and the long jump

    Stephen Warnock and Sami Mokbel join Steve Crossman to preview Sunday's clash between Liverpool and Manchester United. We discuss the last time these sides contested a title race over a decade ago and how a press conference proved pivotal in the outcome, and how comments made by Marcus Rashford on winning penalties won't have gone unnoticed at Anfield.We also chat Phil Foden's new role on Manchester City's left and how his team-mates now see him as a match-winner in a similar vein to Kevin de Bruyne.Plus, we hear from Sheffield United's John Egan on his late father, a Gaelic Football icon back in Ireland.

    ...plus
  • 16.01.2021
    44 MB
    46:15
    Cover

    Friday Football Social: Liverpool v Man United and other hostile tales

    Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas are joined by Joleon Lescott to preview this weekend’s blockbuster fixture as first place Manchester United travel to Premier League champions Liverpool.The guys also debate their combined Liverpool/United elevens, with no shortage of controversy.After the Premier League attempt to clamp down on Covid protocols for celebrating goals, JJ and Fletch have their say on the best way forward.Plus, former Liverpool and Real Madrid winger Steve McManaman and ex-Newcastle midfielder Keiron Dyer join the show to share their stories from playing in hostile matches in their career.

    ...plus
  • 15.01.2021
    41 MB
    43:11
    Cover

    72+ The Charlie Austin episode - West Brom to West London

    The QPR striker tells us why he decided to move from West Brom to West London and return to a place he calls home. He explains how he scored his first goal back at QPR on Wednesday and why he knew he had to leave after a meeting with the new West Brom manager, Sam Allardyce.Austin explains how he felt after going viral with Parklife and he tells us about the thrill of scoring and whether he thinks celebrations will stop.We also hear from the Crawley Town manager, John Yems after they knocked out Leeds in the FA Cup and they got drawn against a club he got sacked from AFC Bournemouth.

    ...plus
  • 15.01.2021
    42 MB
    43:54
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Title races, transfer chases and Lee Cattermole's coaching ambitions

    On this weeks show, Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Mina Rzouki to discuss the latest football news across Europe as the title race hots up in Italy with both Milan clubs threatening to break the Juventus stronghold on Serie A.We also look at the latest transfer news as each of the panel select the potential moves they've got their eyes on most across the continent.Plus former Sunderland, Wigan and Middlesbrough midfielder Lee Cattemole discusses ending his playing days in Holland at the age of just 32, to set his sights on a successful coaching career.

    ...plus
  • 14.01.2021
    47 MB
    48:59
    Cover

    Fulham take a point at Tottenham, but Brighton can’t crack Man City

    Reaction from Fulham’s draw at Tottenham and Man City’s win over Brighton.Ivan Cavaleiro scored a late header to earn Fulham a hard-fought draw against Tottenham. We hear from Scott Parker who says his side were unlucky not to get all three points, as well as Jose Mourinho.Manchester City extended their unbeaten run to 14 matches in all competitions with a win over struggling Brighton. City move up to third and you can hear reaction from both Pep Guardiola and Graham Potter.Plus in addition to the live football, we have a ‘Wednesday Night Club’ with Nedum Onuoha, Dion Dublin and Jim White of The Telegraph. Up for discussion includes Manchester United’s rise to the top of the Premier League and Solskjaer bringing back Man United’s DNA. Plus, can anyone block better than Burnley? We chat the art of defending.

    ...plus
  • 13.01.2021
    35 MB
    36:47
    Cover

    United reach the summit, Blades finally win and Toffees top four

    Mark Chapman reflects on three huge matches in the Premier League with the 5 Live Sport commentary team as Manchester United beat Burnley 1-0 at Turf Moor to move top of the table, three points ahead of champions Liverpool.At the 18th time of asking, Sheffield United finally registered a Premier League victory by beating 10-man Newcastle thanks to a Billy Sharp penalty at Bramall Lane.And Everton are back in the top-4 with hard fought 2-1 win over Wolves at Molineux.

    ...plus
  • 11.01.2021
    45 MB
    47:44
    Cover

    FA Cup glory for Crawley and Chorley

    Jeanette Kwakye is joined by Ben Haines, Gary Caldwell and James Collins to reflect on the big weekend of FA Cup third round action.Crawley stun Premier League side Leeds United beating them 3-0 – Crawley's Nicholas Tsaroulla joins the pod to talk about what that win meant for him after having missed a couple of years of playing after being in a car accident.Non League side Chorley also made it through to the fourth round after they beat Derby County – James and Gary reminisce on their FA Cup celebrations in the dressing room.Can Sam Allardyce turn West Brom around after losing out to Blackpool on penalties and will Sheffield United’s win give an all important boost for Chris Wilder’s side?The panel also reflect on Marine’s historical tie against Tottenham Hotspur.

    ...plus
  • 09.01.2021
    43 MB
    44:48
    Cover

    Banana skins, bin men and back garden tickets; it could only be the FA Cup

    Steve Crossman, Jermaine Beckford and the Telegraph’s Jim White look ahead to Sunday’s third round FA Cup ties as the Premier League teams enter the competition.Jose Mourinho and Tottenham make the trip to a side 160 places below them in the football pyramid as they take on part-timers Marine. We hear from their chairman Paul Leary on what it means to the 6th placed side in the Northern Premier League Division One North West. Paul also tells us about the unique welcome the Spurs manager is in for when he arrives in Crosby.League Two Newport County have developed a reputation for dumping out some of the Premier League’s big boys in the past. Their manager Michael Flynn reveals how he’s masterminded those upsets over top flight opposition and how he’s eyeing another scalp against Brighton.Crawley’s John Yems has done most jobs in football, but Sunday sees him come up against the mercurial Marcelo Bielsa and Leeds United. He tells us all about his journey in management and discusses his team's hopes of springing a surprise against the 1972 winners of the competition.

    ...plus
  • 07.01.2021
    46 MB
    47:57
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Pochettino, Messi and mastering languages

    Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur for the Euro Leagues.The pod discuss the future of Lionel Messi and the other players that will be available on a free in the summer.How will Pochettino do as head coach of PSG?Plus former Arsenal and Fulham defender Philippe Senderos joins the pod to talk about his role as technical director at Servette.

    ...plus
  • 05.01.2021
    45 MB
    47:16
    Cover

    MNC: Hasenhuttl's tears, Gerrard's cheers and Lampard's fears

    Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club edition of the Football Daily.There's reaction to Southampton's 1-nil victory over Liverpool, which prompted an emotional reaction from Southampton's manager Ralph Hasenhuttl.The panel also look at Chelsea's struggles in recent weeks, and Rangers' dominant form in Scotland.

    ...plus
  • 02.01.2021
    41 MB
    42:47
    Cover

    Guardiola tackles City’s covid issues & goal machine Giroud

    Steve Crossman is joined by former West Ham and Aston Villa defender, James Collins and the chief football correspondent for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph, Jason Burt to look ahead to Sunday’s big games in the Premier League. Olivier Giroud comes on the pod to chat about how Chelsea prepare for big games and growing confidence within the team.They hear from Pep Guardiola on how his side are adapting their training regime in the light of positive covid tests within the squad. And Steve speaks to Newcastle defender, Emil Krafth, who has recovered from contracting Covid-19 and talks about how the virus has impacted not just him, but other members of the Newcastle team.

    ...plus
  • 02.01.2021
    33 MB
    35:14
    Cover

    Manchester United go level at the top

    Manchester United go level on points with Premier League leaders Liverpool after they beat Aston Villa 2-1 at home. Emma Saunders is joined by John Murray and Mark Lawrenson to go through the story of the game.We also hear from Conor McNamara and Stephen Warnock who round up Everton’s 1 nil defeat against West Ham at Goodison Park.And Jermaine Jenas joins the podcast to look ahead to some of the big games over the weekend - including, Tottenham v Leeds United and Chelsea v Manchester City.This pod includes interviews with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Dean Smith, David Moyes and Jose Mourinho.

    ...plus
  • 31.12.2020
    44 MB
    46:22
    Cover

    All about Mark Clattenburg

    From the tattoos that help him through the dark times, to the players he kept an eye and the changes that are needed for VAR, Mark Clattenburg opens up to Steve Crossman on the joys, challenges and stresses of refereeing.

    ...plus
  • 31.12.2020
    34 MB
    36:09
    Cover

    Could football be postponed again?

    Does football need a 'circuit-breaker' as positive tests rise and more games are postponed? Would a two week hiatus even make any difference? And would the logistical nightmare of trying to re-schedule fixtures mean the idea is a non-starter? Gigi Salmon is joined by Clinton Morrison, Michael Dawson and Charlie Adam to discuss what could and should happen in the coming weeks, and we hear from Sam Allardyce and Paul Lambert. Plus, there's reaction to the goalless draw between Newcastle and Liverpool, the dropped points mean Manchester United have the opportunity to go joint top with Jurgen Klopp's side on New Year's Day.

    ...plus
  • 29.12.2020
    41 MB
    42:58
    Cover

    You're Better Than That: Christmas Special

    It's Monday Night Club vs Rugby Union Weekly as the lockdown sporting quiz returns for a festive edition.Mark Chapman and Chris Sutton take on challengers Danny Care and Ugo Monye, while Alistair Bruce-Ball presides over the chaos.

    ...plus
  • 28.12.2020
    44 MB
    46:01
    Cover

    MNC: Mourinho’s stagnant Spurs, and Messi to the MLS?

    Kelly Cates is joined by Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith for the final Monday Night Club of 2020.They discuss whether Tottenham are having difficulty finishing games off after their draw with Wolves, and the news that Everton v Manchester City was called off after City had a number of positive coronavirus tests.Following Chelsea’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa, the Monday Night Club discuss whether Aston Villa are a surprise package this season and what is happening at Chelsea.Plus, is Lionel Messi on his way to the MLS? Spanish football journalist Guillem Balague joins the pod to give us the latest update on his future.

    ...plus
  • 26.12.2020
    44 MB
    46:08
    Cover

    Salah, Spurs and being dropped via Twitter

    Ben Haines previews of Sunday's Premier League fixtures with former England international Lianne Sanderson and the Daily Telegraph's chief football correspondent Jason Burt.They assess Spurs' chances of returning to form at Wolves, and look at Mo Salah's comments leaving the door open to a future move away from Liverpool.And as Matt Phillips tells us the West Brom squad heard of Slaven Bilic's impending sacking via social media, Lianne shares her experience of finding out she was dropped from the England squad via Twitter.

    ...plus
  • 25.12.2020
    41 MB
    43:08
    Cover

    Tuchel sacked - will PSG now pick Pochettino?

    Ugo Monye is joined by former Scotland winger Pat Nevin, ex-England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain and European football expert Guillem Balague to analyse Thomas Tuchel’s sacking at PSG, with Mauricio Pochettino the favourite to replace him.The panel also look ahead to the festive Premier League fixtures, including Leicester v Man Utd and Arsenal v Chelsea.And Pat and Siobhan give their views on Shelley Kerr’s departure as Scotland women’s head coach.

    ...plus
  • 24.12.2020
    50 MB
    52:34
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Crazy Christmas and a 'fun' quiz

    Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein tell Steve Crossman why they enjoy the busy Christmas period in England and reflect on how their lives changed in 2020. Oh - and Alistair Bruce-Ball makes a guest appearance as the team end the pod with a quiz that sets their winning instincts alight.

    ...plus
  • 23.12.2020
    40 MB
    41:46
    Cover

    Man City cause more misery ‘four’ Arsenal

    Kelly Cates is joined by football correspondent John Murray and former England goalkeeper Rob Green as Manchester City heaped more misery on Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal thanks to a 4-1 win at the Emirates, in the quarter finals of the EFL Cup. Arteta and Pep Guardiola both come on the pod to give their thoughts on the result.Elsewhere, for the first time in the club’s history, Brentford have reached the semi-final of a major domestic cup competition, winning their first quarter-final tie at the fifth attempt after beating Newcastle 1 nil. Conor McNamara and Karen Carney give their views as the Magpies’ wait for a first piece of silverware since 1955 goes on - they hear from a disheartened Steve Bruce, but a jubilant, Thomas Frank.

    ...plus
  • 22.12.2020
    45 MB
    47:04
    Cover

    MNC: Title talk, unhappy Nuno and Tammy's double whammy

    Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Jonathan Pearce to look at the state of the title race, with Liverpool heading into Christmas top of the Premier League tree. The team assess Leeds United and whether they were naive to not change their style in their 6-2 defeat to Manchester United. There's also reaction to Monday's Premier League results as Tammy Abraham's double helped Chelsea see off West Ham. And we hear from Nuno Espirito Santo, who criticised referee Lee Mason following his side's 2-1 defeat at Burnley.

    ...plus
  • 15.12.2020
    22 MB
    23:55
    Cover

    All About Jen Beattie

    BBC Sport's Eilidh Barbour has been speaking to the Scotland and Arsenal defender Jen Beattie.She was diagnosed with breast cancer in October and is still receiving treatment, but has since played for her club and country.If you, or someone you know, have been affected by issues raised in this podcast, support and information is available at www.bbc.co.uk/actionline

    ...plus
  • 26.11.2020
    36 MB
    38:06
    Cover

    Remembering Diego Maradona

    In this special episode of the Football Daily podcast Mark Chapman is joined by correspondent John Murray and South American football expert Tim Vickery to pay tribute to football legend Diego Maradona, who has died at the age of 60.Maradona - arguably the greatest player football has ever seen - had a spectacular career: he captained Argentina to victory at the 1986 World Cup, and scoring both the infamous 'Hand of God' goal and the much-lauded solo second against England in their quarter-final.He spent much of his club career at Napoli, winning two Serie A titles, the Coppa Italia and UEFA Cup with the Italian side. He had previously played for Barcelona, Boca Juniors and Argentinos Juniors.We hear from Gary Lineker, Pep Guardiola, Ossie Ardiles, and Paul Elliott - all paying tribute to the Argentine superstar.

    ...plus
  • 13.11.2020
    30 MB
    31:34
    Cover

    All about: Nicklas Bendtner

    Former Arsenal and Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner talks candidly to Steve Crossman about Arsenal, addiction, smoking with Pirlo, and finally embracing the 'Lord Bendtner' nickname.

    ...plus
  • 03.10.2020
    41 MB
    43:15
    Cover

    Dier's VAR frustration, Fulham need unity and why Brewster joined Sheff Utd

    Steve Crossman and Stephen Warnock look ahead to Sunday's Premier League matches. We hear from Fulham boss Scott Parker on the club's tough reintroduction to the Premier League and Stephen explains why he feels Tony Khan's social media comments after the Villa game were unhelpful. Tottenham's Eric Dier expresses his frustration with the use of VAR ahead of his side's trip to Manchester United, while Stephen reveals who has been a key figure in Aston Villa's good start as they prepare to face Liverpool. Ahead of their game at Arsenal, Steve speaks to Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder and new signing Rhian Brewster, who talks about his decision to go to Bramall Lane, training with Steve McManaman and why his dad loves John Barnes.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    24 MB
    25:52
    Cover

    Harry Maguire

    Harry Maguire speaks exclusively to the BBC's Dan Roan.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    20 MB
    21:31
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Greatest Champions League XIs

    Steve Crossman and guests select their Greatest Champions League XIs

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    48 MB
    50:46
    Cover

    Lower League Lockdown Life

    Steve Crossman, Mark Clemmit and Derby County’s Curtis Davies explore how lockdown has affected the lives and careers of players in football’s lower divisions.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    43 MB
    45:04
    Cover

    Monday Night Club: That's all folks!

    Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith in the Monday Night Club's end of season review.The team react as Aston Villa escape relegation, condemning Watford and Bournemouth to the Championship.Who had the better season - Frank Lampard's Chelsea or Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United?And Chris tells all about his lawnmower woes.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    58 MB
    01:01:16
    Cover

    The 10 Games that shaped Klopp’s Liverpool

    From a 2 - 2 draw against West Brom back in December 2015, to producing one of the greatest Champions League comebacks of all time against Barcelona in May 2019. Kelly Cates is joined by our football correspondent John Murray, former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock and John Gibbons from The Anfield Wrap to reflect on the 10 defining games that turned Klopp's Liverpool from also-rans to Premier League champions.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    28 MB
    29:41
    Cover

    Liverpool are crowned Premier League champions

    After 30 years of waiting for a 19th title, Liverpool are Premier League champions following Manchester City's defeat at Chelsea.Steve Crossman is joined by football correspondent John Murray and former England and Chelsea winger Karen Carney who saw that dramatic win for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge that confirmed the title for Liverpool.We hear reaction from former Liverpool and England defender Stephen Warnock as well as Ronny Rosenthal who was part of Liverpool’s last title winning team 30 years ago.Plus Gabby Logan from Match of the Day speaks to Liverpool's Andy Robertson and James Milner, who were mid celebration after hearing they're officially Premier League champions!

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    47 MB
    49:07
    Cover

    MNC: #BlackLivesMatter, Billy Sharp and the Prem is almost back

    Kelly Cates, Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith are back on the Monday Night Club.The team talk about #BlackLivesMatter appearing on team shirts when the Premier League returns and the impact that it could have on tackling racism in football.Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp talks about the Blades' incredible season as he draws close to a century of goals for his boyhood club.Who will go down? And who will qualify for Europe? The panel discuss the possibilities as the PL's return draws near.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    44 MB
    46:31
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Frenkie de Jong, Aitor Karanka and Bixente Lizarazu

    Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens are back with the Euro Leagues show.Frenkie de Jong discusses his rise from a small Dutch village to FC Barcelona and former teammates Aitor Karanka and Bixente Lizarazu are re-united.Former Middlesbrough manager Karanka discusses the return of La Liga and Bayern legend Lizarazu recalls France's success at Euro 2000.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    40 MB
    42:15
    Cover

    MNC: Stephen Warnock on Benitez and Istanbul

    Kelly Cates is joined by Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith on the Monday Night Club.Former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock criticises Rafa Benitez' man management skills and reflects on the 2005 Champions League final.And the team react to the cancellation of the Women's Super League.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    47 MB
    49:54
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Roberto Martínez, Jesse Marsch and Bernardo

    Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur are back with the Euro Leagues.Roberto Martínez explains why his Belgium players are coaches of the future and Red Bull Salzburg boss Jesse Marsch remembers THAT half-time team-talk at Anfield.And Brighton defender Bernardo discusses his love of radio, Project Restart and his upbringing in Brazil.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    45 MB
    47:45
    Cover

    MNC: Celtic, Christie and Cantona

    Mark Chapman, Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith are back on the Monday Night Club.Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie discusses his club's ninth Premiership title in a row and Dion Dublin remembers the magic of Eric Cantona at Manchester United.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    39 MB
    40:54
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Return of the Bundesliga and Quique Sánchez Flores

    The Bundesliga is back and so are Steve Crossman and the Euro Leagues team.Fortuna Düsseldorf sporting director Lutz Pfannenstiel takes us behind the scenes at his club and Archie Rhind-Tutt joins us from Köln-Mainz.Meanwhile, former Watford and Atlético Madrid boss Quique Sánchez Flores discusses winning the Europa League, his godfather Alfredo Di Stéfano and the Pozzo family.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    48 MB
    50:18
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Chris Waddle on his Marseille career

    Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur on this week's Euro Leagues show.The team bring us the latest on the return of the Bundesliga and leagues across Europe.Plus Chris Waddle reminisces about his Marseille career and the time he aimed for France and ended up on an island in the Indian Ocean...And Nayim remembers THAT goal against Arsenal in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    46 MB
    48:48
    Cover

    Friday Football Social: Jermain Defoe and Glenn Hoddle

    Jermain Defoe talks about a lack of respect for his England career and Glenn Hoddle relives the Champions League final on the Friday Football Social with Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas.John Murray gives an update on the Bundesliga and potential return for the Premier League.Plus we hear about Fletch's BBQ and JJ's slip and slide...

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    43 MB
    45:00
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: José Enrique and Rabbi Matondo

    José Enrique compares Jon Flanagan to Roberto Carlos and we hear from FC Schalke and Wales winger Rabbi Matondo in this week's Euro Leagues podcast.Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens join Steve Crossman to discuss Ligue 1 being cancelled and how football may restart in Spain, Italy and Germany.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    47 MB
    49:36
    Cover

    Keith Gillespie and Robbie Savage's hairdryer

    What links Robbie Savage's hairdryer to Keith Gillespie?Can Mark Chapman and Chris Sutton reverse their poor form to overcome Savage and Vicki Sparks in Alistair Bruce-Ball's "You're Better Than That" quiz?And how could we see a return for football?

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    40 MB
    42:18
    Cover

    Euro Leagues: Steffen Freund and what next for Dutch football?

    Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur for this week's Euro Leagues podcast.Former German international Steffen Freund reflects on their Euro 1996 victory, a sore subject for Steve.With the news that the Dutch football season will be voided, we're also joined by SC Cambuur manager Henk de Jong whose team were at the top of the Eerste Divisie and could now miss out on promotion to the Eredivisie and Dutch football expert Marcel van der Kraan.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    28 MB
    29:47
    Cover

    All about James Milner

    Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas catch up with one of the Premier League's longest-serving players James Milner.They chat all about his life in football as well as those infamous social media videos.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    41 MB
    43:21
    Cover

    Can the Premier League cope with the coronavirus crisis?

    Kelly Cates is joined by Ian Dennis and Clinton Morrison to discuss their favourite sporting films and whether the Premier League can survive the coronavirus crisis.We hear from National League chairman Brian Barwick and football finance expert Nick Harris to discuss how teams will cope.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    44 MB
    45:59
    Cover

    Sean Dyche, Lucy Bronze and Phil Neville's own language

    What would make Sean Dyche rather get a "big spoon" and "ram it" in his eye socket?And how does Lucy Bronze think women's football has changed over the last few years?Mark Chapman is joined by Dion Dublin, Karen Carney and Clinton Morrison to discuss life without football, Phil Neville's own language, their favourite grounds and what riled them up on the football pitch.Sean Dyche also uses the word 'peng'.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    39 MB
    40:41
    Cover

    EFL Special: How will clubs be affected by coronavirus?

    Mark Chapman is joined by Michael Brown, George Elek and Kieran Maguire to look at how EFL clubs will be affected by coronavirus.On this special episode, we hear from EFL chairman Rick Parry, Portsmouth striker John Marquis, Stevenage chairman Phil Wallace and Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    37 MB
    39:13
    Cover

    Coronavirus: It's Statman again - what happens next for football?

    Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Dennis, Darren Fletcher, Chris Waddle to discuss the effect of the coronavirus on football and Statman Dave models the outcome of the season.

    ...plus
  • 08.09.2020
    37 MB
    39:26
    Cover

    All About Kieran Trippier (in Madrid)

    Steve Crossman chats to Atlético Madrid and England right back Kieran Trippier.They discuss his move from the Premier League to La Liga and how he has adapted to the Spanish climate.Also they talk about his relationship with his manager Diego Simeone and how he still talks to Sean Dyche on a weekly basis.

    ...plus