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Emma Saunders is joined by former Leyton Orient player and manager, Jobi McAnuff, former West Brom defender, Jonas Olsson, and the Daily Telegraph’s Luke Edwards to react to another packed weekend of Premier League football. Arsenal beat Tottenham 3-1 in the North London derby with an incredible first half performance from the Gunners. The panel discuss what changed for Mikel Arteta’s side going into this game and whether we should be worried about Tottenham’s form going forward. Brentford picked up a brilliant point against Liverpool and there was late penalty drama at Old Trafford as Aston Villa beat Manchester United 1-0. The question on everyone’s lips is, who takes Manchester United’s next penalty? Plus, they take a look at Manchester City’s 1-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and how big the result is for both teams at this stage of the season. TOPICS 2'37 - Reaction to the North London derby 4'48 - How important were Arsenal's youngsters to today's performance? 7'17 - Mikel Arteta with George Cummins 13'01 - Aaron Ramsdale's performance 15'23 - Is the Manager of the Month curse back for Nuno? 21'06 - Brentford's 3-3 draw with Liverpool 23'20 - Brentford's game plan against Liverpool 26'48 - How Brentford have reached this point from League Two 31'12 - Aston Villa's 1-0 win over Manchester United 35'09 - Did Bruno Fernandes feel the pressure when taking United's penalty? 42'58 - Manchester City's performance in their 1-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge
Aaron Paul is joined by former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton and football reporter Vaishali Bhardwaj to look ahead to the huge Premier League match between Chelsea and Manchester City. The panel discuss whether Thomas Tuchel and Pep Guardiola are the two best tactical managers in the world right now, if Tuchel is an “upgraded version of Jose Mourinho” and how Pep Guardiola can learn from the defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League final in May. Ahead of Arsenal v Tottenham on Sunday, Alan Hutton tells us stories about what it’s like to play in a North London derby and how he had to change his car because it was red…
Aaron Paul is joined by Middlesbrough defender Sol Bamba and Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor The guys discuss the most controversial refereeing decisions they’ve been on the right and wrong ends of. Sol talks about his comeback from non-hodgkin lymphoma and how the illness has changed his perspective on the little things in football. We find out more about Sol’s 17-year career in the game, from the very start at Paris Saint Germain through to his spell at Leeds United under the controversial regime of Massimo Cellini, who once went round to his house in the early hours of the morning to rant about the club’s problems. Sol also gives us an insight into what his current manager Neil Warnock is like and answers the all-important question… does Warnock still get naked in front of the players in the dressing room? Lyle tells us what the last week at Forest has been like with the sacking of Chris Hughton and the appointment of Steve Cooper. He talks about Steven Reid’s rousing speech before he took charge of their win at Huddersfield and how much he’s already learning from Cooper after just a few days in the job. We hear from Derby County manager Wayne Rooney, who says he's committed to staying on as manager at Pride Park after the club entered administration and reveals his disappointment at the ‘disrespect’ shown by owner Mel Morris in the handling of the situation. The boys discuss whether Derby can realistically survive in the Championship despite their points deductions and how Rooney is in a win-win situation whatever happens. TOPICS 06.00 - Sol on comeback from illness 09.34 - How it's changed his perspective on football 12.17 - Sol on life under Massimo Cellimo at Leeds 14.14 - The story of Cellini going round to Sol's house at 2am 17.45 - Does Neil Warnock still get naked in the dressing room? 21.07 - Lyle on what the last week at Forest has been like and the impact Steve Cooper is already having 29.54 - Lyle on Forest's lack of confidence at the start of the season 32.47 - Sol on Cooper and the difference between being a good coach and a good manager 34.52 - Wayne Rooney on Mel Morris and his commitment to staying on as Derby manager 41.28 - Sol and Lyle on whether Derby can stay up and how Rooney is in a win-win situation
This week’s edition of the Euro Leagues tries to answer all the big questions in European football at the moment, like why hasn’t Messi scored at PSG and can Luciano Spalletti continue his winning formula at Napoli? Alistair Bruce-Ball is back in the hot seat this week and is joined by Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Kristof Terreur. They also discuss how big a job Max Allegri has at Juventus and if he can turn things around at the Serie A club - not only that, Archie Rhind-Tutt drops in for a chat from Germany and gives the guys his insight into why Jude Bellingham is doing so well at Dortmund. And if that wasn’t enough, they all dish the dirt on who they think are some of the most madcap managers in world football. Topics: 3’20 – Messi’s scoring drought at PSG 8’15 – Luciano Spalletti at Napoli after getting five wins from five. 15’00 - Max Allegri and the huge task he has at Juventus. 21:45 – Archie Rhind Tutt on Jude Bellingham and the great form he’s been in so far this season for Dortmund. 34’30 – The most madcap managers in world football.
Mark Chapman is joined by senior football reporter Ian Dennis and former Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin as West Ham knock Manchester United out of the EFL Cup third round with a 1-0 victory. The team debate whether this is a major blow to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s hopes of winning silverware at Manchester United this season and whether he’s lacking squad depth after making 11 changes. We’re joined on the pod by BBC Radio Derby’s Chris Coles and Derby fan Ryan Dilks from the Second Tier podcast to discuss Derby County’s future after they were deducted 12 points by the EFL for entering administration. And after Juventus left it late to grab their first win of the Serie A season over Spezia, Euro Leagues’ regular Mina Rzouki tells us how she thinks Juve still have many issues to solve. Topics: 0’30” – Reaction to West Ham beating Manchester United 3’00” – Interview with Stuart Pearce 6’00” – Manchester United’s game management 8’40” – Interview with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 11’40” – Reaction to Chelsea beating Aston Villa on penalties 12’50” – Reaction to Tottenham beating Wolves on penalties 14’11” – Interview with Mikel Arteta 16’00” - Chat on Derby County entering administration and what next for the club 23’05” - Mina Rzouki reacting to Juventus’ first win in Serie A of the season.
Kelly Cates brings you all the reaction from the EFL Cup third round. Former Nottingham Forest midfielder, Andy Reid, and Conor McNamara were at Loftus Road where QPR knocked out Everton on penalties. There was more penalty drama at Craven Cottage where former Everton midfielder, Don Hutchison, and Ali-Bruce Ball watched Leeds beat Fulham to go through to the next round. And former England keeper, Siobhan Chamberlain, joined the pod to talk about the Lionesses 10-0 win in their World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg. TOPICS 0'13 - Reaction to QPR v Everton 2'48 - Rafa Benitez with Conor McNamara 4'27 - Jermaine Beckford joins the pod 5'29 - Don Hutchison on Leeds' penalty shootout 10'30 - Dan James with George Cummins 13'48 - QPR boss Mark Warburton with Conor McNamara 15'28 - Sheffield United v Southampton with Juliette Ferrington 18'05 - Watford v Stoke with Kelly Somers 19'25 - Lionesses 10-0 World Cup qualifier win 20'42 - England manager, Sarina Wiegman, on their win 21'48 - Siobhan Chamberlain on England's performance
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Don Hutchison to discuss the weekend’s Premier League games and remember Jimmy Greaves. The team break down Chelsea’s 3-0 win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and analyse Thomas Tuchel’s tactics as well as his influence on individuals such as Thiago Silva and Marcus Alonso. Harry Kane’s form is then up for discussion before a debate about whether David Moyes made a mistake or not in bringing on Mark Noble to take the last minute penalty against Manchester United. Finally veteran broadcaster Gary Newbon joins the podcast to remember the great Jimmy Greaves. TOPICS: 1:30 – Thomas Tuchel’s influence on Chelsea 13:50 – Thiago Silva’s longevity 20:30 – Marcus Alonso’s revival 23.30 – Harry Kane’s form 31:00 – Mark Noble’s penalty 40:45 - Remembering Jimmy Greaves
Janette Kwakye is alongside former Spurs defender Stephen Kelly and Premier League reporter Vaishali Bhardwaj to go through an action packed Premier League Sunday. Chelsea showed their class as they beat Tottenham 3-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. The panel ask if Chelsea can win the title and if Spurs should even be considered in the top 4 conversation. It was an end to end game in the early kick off where Manchester United beat West Ham 2-1 at the London Stadium and there was late drama as David Moyes brought on captain Mark Noble to take a penalty even though he hadn't played a minute of football! Plus, Brighton's emphatic start to the season continues and Leicester drop more points. TOPICS 1’30 – Jimmy Greaves tribute 5.48 - Chelsea v Spurs 7.13 - Chelsea title contenders 14.01 - Harry Kane’s goal drought 19.29 - West Ham v Man Utd drama 23.42 - David Moyes on choosing Mark Noble to take the penalty 29.05 - Jesse Lingard’s resurgence 36.00 - Brighton’s excellent start to the season 38.08 - Are Leicester struggling?
Gigi Salmon looks back on the life and career of Jimmy Greaves who has died aged 81. Former Tottenham manager David Pleat & our senior football reporter Ian Dennis talk about his career. We hear some archive as Jimmy Greaves sat down with Jimmy Armfield to discuss his life. Alan Shearer & Jimmy Greaves' former team-mate Alan Mullery also reflect on the life of the England & Tottenham legend. Plus ITV presenter Jim Rosenthal joins us to talk about his broadcast career. TOPICS 02.06 – Ian Dennis discusses him being the greatest English goalscorer 03.54 - David Pleat talks about his memories of Jimmy Greaves 12.37 - Jimmy Greaves archive interview with Jimmy Armfield 27.45 - Ian Dennis final word on Jimmy Greaves 30.48 - Alan Shearer on his goalscoring ability 33.11 - Alan Mullery discusses his memories of Jimmy 35.45 - Jim Rosenthal on his broadcasting career
Ben Haines is joined by former Brighton and Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray and Premier League presenter Nubaid Haroon to discuss the big talking points from Saturday’s action. Liverpool are top of the league after beating Crystal Palace. The boys talk about how Mohamed Salah has improved his overall game this season and the impact having fans back at Anfield is having on Jurgen Klopp’s side. Over 53,000 fans were at the Etihad to watch Manchester City have just one shot on target in a goalless draw with Southampton. Did Pep’s comments about wanting more supporters to come to the Etihad invite extra pressure on his players? And with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United all looking strong this season, how costly will those dropped points be if they’re to defend their Premier League title? On Sunday, injury-hit Tottenham face a Chelsea team that has conceded just one goal in the league this season. Glenn offers his expertise on how best to deal with the threat of Romelu Lukaku. Rafa Benitez suffered his first defeat as Everton manager as they were beaten 3-0 by Aston Villa. Glenn and Nubaid debate Rafa’s style of play and what constitutes “entertaining football.” And they reflect on the impact Leon Bailey had, with the Villa winger coming on as a substitute, scoring a goal and grabbing an assist before being brought back off the pitch, in a remarkable 21 minute debut. Derby County beat Stoke a day after announcing that the club will go into administration. Aaron Paul from the 72+ podcast joins us to talk about what points deductions they could face and we hear from Wayne Rooney on his concerns for everyone involved at Pride Park. Elsewhere in the East Midlands, Nottingham Forest began life without Chris Hughton with victory over Huddersfield for their first win of the season. Aaron gives us the latest on their plans to appoint Steve Cooper as Hughton’s replacement and Glenn shares his thoughts on what the future holds for his former team. TOPICS 01.47 – Liverpool reaction 05.37 – Salah’s evolution this season 08.01 – Manchester City’s draw with Southampton 12.40 – How costly are dropped points with the top four all in strong form? 14.02 – Rafa Benitez’s style of play and what does entertaining football look like? 20.19 – Tottenham v Chelsea preview 23.21 – Glenn’s thoughts on how to deal with Lukaku 27.04 – Derby County reaction with Aaron Paul 28.22 – Wayne Rooney on off-field concerns at Pride Park 30.44 – Nottingham Forest’s future
Darren Fletcher brings you the Friday Football Social, discussing all the big talking points from the Premier League. We have reaction to Newcastle’s 1-1 draw at home to Leeds, with Michael Brown and Vicki Sparks joining us from St James’ Park. Former Newcastle midfielder and West Ham assistant coach Kevin Nolan is alongside Darren to dissect what the future holds for Steve Bruce after another turbulent week off the field. Nolan also discusses West Ham’s strong start in the Europa League, after they beat Dinamo Zagreb in their opening group game. He says Declan Rice can become one of the best in the world, giving us insight into what the England star is like as a character in the dressing room. And we look ahead to the threat Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United will pose to David Moyes’ side following their loss to Young Boys in the Champions League. Pep Guardiola has caused quite the stir amongst Manchester City fans after saying he wanted more of them at the Etihad for Saturday’s match against Southampton, with just over 38,000 turning up for the win over RB Leipzig midweek. Loukas Gregory from the 1864 City Supporters Group drops by to discuss whether the relationship between the manager and supporters has been damaged with Guardiola refusing to apologise for his comments. TOPICS 00.30 – Newcastle v Leeds reaction 04.46 – Kevin Nolan on off-field issues at Newcastle 12.22 – Nolan on how David Moyes has transformed West Ham 17.20 – Declan Rice discussion 22.45 – Fallout from Manchester United’s defeat to Young Boys 28.09 – Pep Guardiola on his comments about fans 29.07 – City fan Loukas Gregory reaction to Pep’s comments
Aaron Paul is joined by former Leyton Orient midfielder Jobi McAnuff and Reading defender Michael Morrison to discuss what the future holds for Nottingham Forest after they sacked Chris Hughton, with the club bottom of the Championship. BBC Nottingham’s Forest commentator Colin Fray tells us how the fans are feeling and who the leading candidates are in the search for a replacement. Forest legend Robbie Earnshaw also drops by to share his thoughts on the direction the club is going in and he describes the extra pressure Forest players and managers feel due to the club’s history. Accrington Stanley have made a solid start to League One and their manager John Coleman says he has fallen back in love with football, after his comments following their FA Cup exit back in 2019, where the officiating made him ‘physically sick.’ And Northampton Town manager Jon Brady talks about his unique management style and how the team have dealt with their relegation to League Two. TOPICS 02.25 – Colin Fray on Hughton’s sacking 09.14 – Robbie Earnshaw on Forest’s future and pressure of playing for the club 19.00 – Accrington manager John Coleman 28.05 – Northampton manager Jon Brady
Mark Chapman is joined by Nedum Onuoha, Pat Nevin and commentators Ian Dennis and Conor McNamara to reflect on entertaining opening Champions League wins for Manchester City and Liverpool. We hear from Jurgen Klopp on his side's epic 3-2 win over AC Milan at Anfield. And after nine goals at the Etihad, Pep Guardiola tells us how satisfying Man City's win over RB Leipzig was. And as Chris Hughton's time as Nottingham Forest boss looks like drawing to a close, 72+ podcast host Aaron Paul joins the team to look at what next for the Championship's bottom club.
Kelly Cates and guests look back on an incredible opening night of this season’s Champions League. John Murray and Michael Brown describe the extraordinary scenes post-match in Bern where the ten-men of Manchester United lost 2-1 late on to Swiss Champions Young Boys before The Athletic’s Carl Anka joins the pod to reflect on what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said in his press conference. It was much more straightforward at Stamford Bridge where Lee Dixon and Vicki Sparks watched Chelsea beat Zenit 1-0. They discuss the impact Romelu Lukaku has had on Thomas Tuchel’s side before John Bennett and Mina Rzouki drop by to wrap up the rest of the night’s action. Mina sticks around as focus turns to AC Milan’s trip to old foes Liverpool on Wednesday. Lee then gives his thoughts on Manchester City ahead of their tie with RB Leipzig before Pep Guardiola gives a frustrated response to the suggestion that he must win the Champions League before he leaves club. TOPICS: 01:00 – Atmosphere in Bern and reflecting on Manchester United’s defeat 12:30 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 13:30 – Carl Anka’s thoughts 18:30 – Chelsea’s win over Zenit 26:00 – Rest of the night’s matches 28:30 – Liverpool Vs AC Milan preview 33:30 – Man City Vs RB Leipzig preview
Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Chris Sutton discuss the Premier League games from the weekend. What impact did Cristiano Ronaldo have when he returned to Old Trafford? Can his influence win Manchester United the league? The panel discuss which team had the biggest win of the weekend and the impact of new signings at Crystal Palace. After Mo Salah got his 100th goal in the Premier League, the panel discuss whether he could be an underrated player. Plus, Micah explains the day he was involved in a social media blunder with Joleon Lescott. TOPICS: 0.44 – Cristiano Ronaldo 4.09 – Manchester United title contenders? 5.45 – The impact of Ronaldo 13.40 – Bruno Fernandes 17.12 – Paul Pogba 20.31 – Biggest win of the weekend 21.30 – Arsenal v Norwich 25.50 – Micah on Joleon Lescott’s social media blunder 30.02 – Crystal Palace v Tottenham 31.10 - Odsonne Edouard 39.02 – Totteham’s season so far 41.40 – Mo Salah 46.06 – Other underrated players
Emma Saunders is joined by Ben Haines, Glenn Murray and Luke Edwards to discuss Liverpool’s win over Leeds as well as Sunday’s WSL action. The team chat Salah as he enters the Premier League’s 100 club and take a closer look at Harvey Elliott’s injury before asking what’s going wrong across the park for Everton’s women’s team. The panel then turn their attention to two stories overshadowed by Cristiano Ronaldo’s return at Old Trafford on Saturday - Odsonne Edouard dream debut for Crystal Palace and Steve Bruce’s outburst at local media with Newcastle in the relegation zone, without a win. TOPICS: 04:00 – Salah enters the 100 club 08:30 – Harvey Elliott’s injury 21.20 – WSL and what’s going on at Everton? 27:14 – Odsonne Edouard and Palace 37:00 – Steve Bruce at Newcastle
We realise Saturday's Football Daily was truncated, so apologies from us and here's the FULL version for you... Ben Haines is joined by former Aston Villa midfielder Lee Hendrie and Premier League reporter Vaishali Bhardwaj to dissect Ronaldo’s first game back at Old Trafford as a Manchester United player for 12 years. He scored twice on his Manchester United return and received a rapturous reception from fans lucky enough to be inside the ground. Plus, Crystal Palace beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 with a dream debut for Palace’s new signing, Odsonne Edouard Topics: 1’03 – Lee Hendrie on whether we saw a different Cristiano Ronaldo 3’44 – Cristiano Ronaldo talking about his first game back at Old Trafford 5’04 – Ronaldo admits he was nervous ahead of today’s game 10’35 – Are Manchester United title contenders with Ronaldo? 12’01 – The other key performers for Manchester United 16’52 – Vaishali Bhardwaj on Crystal Palace’s emphatic 3-0 win over Spurs 22’52 – Connor Gallagher’s performance
Darren Fletcher is alongside Dion Dublin and Ronaldo’s former Manchester United teammate, John O’Shea, for this episode of the Friday Football Social. It’s the night before the highly anticipated return of Cristiano Ronaldo who will be making his first appearance for Manchester United against Newcastle. Plus, more on the fallout from the South American World Cup Qualifiers which has bubbled over into the Premier League with players missing for this weekend's games. Topics: 0’54 – Did you know Dion played number 7 for Manchester United? 3’06 – Dion Dublin’s football story you wouldn’t know about 6’34 – Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to the Premier League 10’13 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Ronaldo 11’35 – John O’Shea joins the pod 15’50 – How will Solskjaer get the best out of Ronaldo? 21’42 – Who takes the penalties and free kicks for Man Utd? 29’34 – Senior Football Reporter, Ian Dennis, on 5Live Sport’s exclusive commentary on the game 32’36 – The South American World Cup qualifiers fallout
Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall winger Jed Wallace and Salford City goalkeeper Tom King, who’s the godfather to Jed’s oldest boy. They talk about their relationship on and off the pitch, what it’s like to play against each other and what they would be doing if they weren’t footballers. Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill joins the boys to talk about his recovery from covid. He tells us how he managed the team from hospital and how the virus still affects him now. Steve also talks about giving Jed his first chance in professional football at Portsmouth and how he could easily be a Premier League player. West Brom midfielder Alex Mowatt drops by to talk about their strong start to the season and gives us an insight into what Valérien Ismaël is like to play for. And Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson discusses how they’ve built relationships with Premier League clubs to take advantage of the loan market and how they’ve changed their style to attract more players. TOPICS 01.10 – Jed and Tom’s relationship 04.38 – Steve Cotterill on his covid recovery and Shrewsbury Town 17.50 – Jed on Millwall’s hopes for the season 22.29 – Alex Mowatt on West Brom and Valérien Ismaël 30.30 – Mark Robinson on Wimbledon’s prospects
Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Rob Green, Ian Dennis and Terry Butcher to look back on England’s 1-1 draw with Poland. England looked on course to continue their perfect set of results in their World Cup qualifying group until Robert Lewandowski delivered a perfect cross for Szymanski to head past Jordan Pickford in the 92nd minute. You’ll hear from Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate and Kalvin Phillips. Plus the former England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain joins the pod to discuss Manchester City Women’s exit from the Champions League. TOPICS: 1 min – England reaction from the panel 2 mins – Harry Kane with John Murray 9 mins – Gareth Southgate with John Murray 16 mins – Kalvin Phillips with John Murray 18 mins – Siobhan Chamberlain on Manchester City exiting the Women’s Champions League 23 mins – Return of the Premier League and some players not being allowed to play for their clubs
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e-n M

"This episode cannot be played due to a broken source." checked over on Spotify...doesn't work there either 😐 not the first time with this pod.

Sep 19th
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Trevor Chinembiri

TOPICS 02:10 - United v Leeds reaction 05:26 - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer interview 09:04 - Chelsea’s winning start 12:11 - Trevoh Chalobah interview 15:51 - van Dijk’s Liverpool return 19:01 - Benitez’s first win 25:17 - EFL round-up with Aaron Paul 31:10 - Tottenham v Man City preview

Aug 16th
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Trevor Chinembiri

Topics: 4:34 – Nuno Espirito Santo on Harry Kane 5:28 – What will happen with Harry Kane after this? 14:17 – Man City’s performance 15:58 – Jack Grealish’s debut 21:10 – Spurs stand out performers 25:22 – Newcastle v West Ham 28:30 – Steve Bruce on Newcastle’s performance 33:05 – The importance of Declan Rice 34:32 – David Moyes on West Ham’s start to the season

Aug 16th
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Trevor Chinembiri

2:00 – Raphael Varane section with the panel impressed with the deal. 8:30 – Leon Osman says with the Varane and Sancho deals, Manchester United could be real title contenders. 12:15 – The age old Paul Pogba question, will he stay, will he go? 13:17 – Clinton Morrison on keeping Pogba at Manchester United this season. 15:20 – Don Hutchison on Manchester United should be buying Declan Rice from West Ham. 15:40 – European football expert James Horncastle joins the pod. 17:30 – James Horncastle on being surprised if Pogba extended his contract. 19:50 – The lowdown on Tottenham’s new managing director of football, Fabio Paratici. 22:55 – James Horncastle on Paratici being confident that Harry Kane will stay at Spurs. 27:40 – Everton’s busy summer, starting with Rafa Benitez joining the club. 29:32 – Don Hutchison on Benitez appointment at Everton saying it will “end in tears” (but wants to be proved wrong.) 39:00 – Breakdown of Everton’s signings so far.

Jul 28th
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Stuart Higham

Rags sign a player and they are going to win the treble #melts

Jul 26th
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JP Breslin

Slow news day at the bbc putting this back on.

Jul 21st
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vince murdolo

disgusting and racist episode laughing at a professional footballer who had ruptured his Achilles tendon and they carried on about Italians wearing tight shorts and budgie smugglers I turned off and couldn't listen to it any more. shame, shame, shame.

Jul 3rd
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Gilbert W Glenn Jr.

This is a Podcast

Jun 26th
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Dylan Bather

WALES!!!🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Jun 16th
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Facety Paul

what the???

Jun 14th
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e-n M

Since the switch to Daily Euros, I cannot download/listen to the pod anymore. rather frustrating

Jun 13th
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Facety Paul

are you joking? did someone die? think I'll listen to a different wrap up show then.

Jun 13th
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J Coker

problem is they never get off their knees when the game starts

Jun 7th
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John Anderson

Great interview with Jetro, seems like a genuine guy.

Jun 4th
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IDLISA

Can’t get over how Emma keeps mis pronouncing/butchering Wijnaldum 😑

May 24th
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

Guillem and Mina, what a treat! Though in all fairness despite her sycophantic behaviour towards Guillem, Mina was more on the ball than usual. Thank God for Kristof! Perhaps Steve shouldn't let Guillem try to take over his job as moderator or at least get the producers to edit it out. You're the BBC, I am sure you can come up with better Spanish and Italian football experts . Your competition does

May 16th
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Steve Coss

is this now the Micah Richards show?

May 11th
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Kiat Huang

First time listener here. Decent episode. A tad repetitive in places and some over-wokeness about being concerned about safety and being safe, when it was Man Utd fans on their own letting of steam on an empty football pitch. Their pitch. Good points about the right to protest. Would have liked to hear some exploration about how the news of the ESL protests and match postponement was viewed Stateside. it did make the news there and will effect the owners opinions.

May 7th
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

Could someone please get a pin to pop Guillem's ego? Out if the four, he is the unsophisticated one. I wish Steve, James and Kristof would stop being so polite and take him down a peg. Better yet, drop him altogether from the show.

Feb 26th
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Razzy Boy

Uh, Man City have two world class #1 sides on a single team and are weathering the attrition better for that reason, doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that🙄🎯 #FFP

Feb 23rd
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