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Aaron Paul presents a round-up of the big EFL stories after a full midweek fixture list. He’s joined by ex-Hull boss Phil Brown and QPR’s assistant head of coaching Manisha Tailor. Catch a live interview with Reading boss Paul Ince after their 3-0 win over Championship leaders Blackburn. Hear from Stoke manager Michael O’Neill on their links with Manchester City striker Liam Delap. Luton’s Nathan Jones doesn’t hold back after their latest defeat. And Steven Schumacher gives his reaction to Plymouth getting thumped 5-1 by Charlton. TOPICS: 0:40 – Sheff Utd-Sunderland, 3:20 – Reading-Blackburn, 9:50 – Hull & Millwall, 14:15 – Coventry pitch, 17:10 – Stoke & Delap, 18:45 – Reading boss Paul Ince LIVE, 26:15 – Luton, 28:45 – Bristol City’s Nigel Pearson, 30:00 – League One, 33:20 – League Two.
Kelly Cates is joined by the former Scotland winger Pat Nevin, commentator Alistair Bruce-Ball and Scottish football reporter Roddy Forsyth to reflect on Rangers’ 2-2 draw with PSV Eindhoven in the first leg of Champions League qualifying at Ibrox. The panel discuss the impact new Rangers’ striker Antonio Colak has had on the club, how crucial Alfredo Morelos could be for the second leg and whether Rangers need to prioritise the Champions League or the Scottish Premiership at this stage of the season. EFL expert Mark Clemmit joins the pod to talk us through the big stories on a busy Tuesday night in the EFL and you’ll hear from Norwich City manager Dean Smith and Watford boss Rob Edwards. And which of our commentary team at Ibrox was once kissed by Joanna Lumley?... TOPICS: 0’40” – Story of Rangers 2-2 PSV Eindhoven 2’00” – Antonio Colak’s start to life at Rangers and Alfredo Morelos’ absence 5’00” – Rangers’ defensive concerns 7’25” – Rangers’ fine balancing act 9’00” – Reaction from Giovanni van Bronckhorst 9’55” – Who did Joanna Lumley kiss? 13’00” – EFL round-up with Clem 16’28 – Interview with Norwich City manager Dean Smith 19’00” – Interview with Watford manager Rob Edwards
Mark Chapman hosts the Monday Night Club with Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Rob Green. Brentford’s Christian Nørgaard joins the pod live after beating Manchester United 4-0. Have United hit another ‘rock bottom’? Rob Green digs deep on whether David de Gea’s style could be a problem. The panel react to the battle at Stamford Bridge and Rob Green reveals more about Conte’s management style. TOPICS: 5:20 – Brentford, 7:55 - Nørgaard live interview, 18:20 – Man Utd, 27:45 – De Gea, 35:45 – Chelsea v Spurs, 40:55 – Tuchel v Conte.
Ben Haines is joined by former Premier League midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, Reading striker Natasha Dowie and Telegraph columnist Jim White to review Sunday's dramatic Premier League action. Tottenham rescued a point at Stamford Bridge as a fiery London derby ended in an angry confrontation between Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte that resulted in red cards for both managers. We hear from both as well as the scorer of the 96th-minute equaliser, Harry Kane. Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest's first home Premier League game for 23 years ended in a 1-0 victory over West Ham. It was a game not without controversy, with two disallowed goals, a penalty and a refereeing decision that left us all reaching for the laws of the game! The panel also touch upon the latest fallout of Manchester United's troubling start to the season, and we finish with an alternative look at the 30th anniversary of the Premier League. TOPICS: 03:34 - Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham 11:40 - Thomas Tuchel interview 14:20 - Antonio Conte interview 18:45 - Harry Kane interview 20:45 - Steve Cooper interview 22:00 - The Athletic's Nick Miller on Nottingham Forest 33:20 - David Moyes interview 35:50 - Manchester United's wretched start to the season 41:30 - Alternative Premier League moments on its 30th anniversary
Mark Chapman and 5 Live’s team of reporters bring you the biggest stories from Saturday’s football – as Brentford thrashed Manchester United 4-0 to leave Erik Ten Hag’s side bottom of the table. We hear reaction from Ten Hag and Brentford manager Thomas Frank. There were also wins for both Arsenal and Manchester City, and Micah Richards joins the pod after Aston Villa beat Everton for their first three points of the season.
Darren Fletcher hosts the Friday Football Social, looking ahead to the weekend’s Premier League action. He’s joined by ex-Ireland internationals Clinton Morrison and Stephen Kelly. Hear from Erik ten Hag on the Marcus Rashford situation. Catch Antonio Conte on the gap between Spurs and Chelsea. Would Aubameyang be a good fit at Chelsea? Defender Sol Bamba joins the pod to talk about Leicester and their opponents Arsenal. And Everton goalkeeper Asmir Begović drops in to discuss their chances this season. TOPICS: 2:40 – Man Utd, 16:30 – Spurs, 24:55 – Chelsea, 30:00 – Leicester, 36:05 – Arsenal, 44:05 – Everton.
Aaron Paul is joined by Port Vale chair Carol Shanahan and Leyton Orient manager Richie Wellens to talk all things EFL. Carol discusses how Vale prepared for the step up to League One over the summer and what promotion meant to manager Darrell Clarke, after his 18-year-old daughter Ellie tragically passed away earlier this year. Stevenage manager Steve Evans drops by to explain why he wants his team to work as hard as Barcelona and how he injured himself celebrating their win over Stockport... And we hear from Sunny Gill, who’s set to become the first South Asian referee to officiate an EFL game since his dad Jarnail over a decade ago, when he takes charge of Northampton’s game against Hartlepool on Saturday. He tells us how his day job of being a prison officer has helped him become a professional referee.
Steve Crossman is joined by French football journalist Julien Laurens, Rory Smith from the New York Times and The Athletic’s La Liga writer Dermot Corrigan, to explain the financial situation at Barcelona and why they are still able to buy players. The panel go through what has happened so far at the club and explain how they are trying to keep themselves afloat. Plus the team discuss the treatment of Frenkie de Jong and other key players.
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, Kristoff Terreur and James Horncastle to discuss the latest transfers from across Europe. Could we see Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford head to PSG and is Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot heading to Old Trafford? Scout Francesco Strozzi gives insight into why a number of Italian clubs are getting stuck into the Scottish market. Plus the panel chat Roma and Real Madrid with Serie A and La Liga starting this week. TOPICS: 05’00 Marcus Rashford to PSG 11’00 Adrien Rabiot to Man United 23’00 Serie A and La Liga preview 36’00 Francesco Strozzi interview
Steve Crossman is joined by the Preston North End manager Ryan Lowe, the former Leyton Orient and Reading midfielder Jobi McAnuff and EFL expert Mark Clemmit to reflect on the EFL Cup first round. As half of the clubs in the Championship have already been knocked out by lower league opposition at the first round stage, the panel debate whether the EFL Cup is a distraction or an opportunity. Barrow manager Pete Wild joins the pod after his side knocked Blackpool out of the EFL Cup on Tuesday night and tries to sign a ‘young up-and-coming player’ from Steve Crossman. And Morecambe goalkeeper Connor Ripley is reunited with his former manager Ryan Lowe – to celebrate his side’s victory over Stoke City on Tuesday – and to re-live their football break-up… Topics: 2’00” – Why have so many Championship clubs been knocked out so early on? 6’20” – Reaction to Middlesbrough’s 1-0 defeat to Barnsley 9’36” – Interview with Middlesbrough manager Chris Wilder 11’20” – Barrow manager Pete Wild 25’30” – Morecambe goalkeeper Connor Ripley
Kelly Cates is joined by former Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam and former Tottenham full-back Stephen Kelly. Roddy Forsyth brings us reaction from Ibrox after Rangers came from two goals down on aggregate to beat Union Saint-Gilloise and reach the Champions League play-offs. The guys discuss Timo Werner's return to RB Leipzig, Everton's signing of Belgium international Amadou Onana and Manchester United ending their interest in Marko Arnautovic. Plus Aaron Paul rounds up a dramatic night of action in the first round of the League Cup, with six matches going to penalty shootouts.
Join Specs Gonzalez on his adventures through the multiverse as he investigates how football's greatest 'What If?' moments could have turned out.
The Monday Night Club returns with Mark Chapman, Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and journalist Rory Smith. An abject Manchester United is once again top of the agenda. The Athletic’s Man Utd correspondent Laurie Whitwell drops in to chat about the potential signings of Marko Arnautović and Adrien Rabiot. How do you stop Man City’s Erling Haaland? Defender Chris Mepham joins the pod after Bournemouth’s win against Aston Villa, while Villa boss Steven Gerrard speaks out about dropping Tyrone Mings. TOPICS: 5:35 – Man Utd, 14:50 – Arnautović & Rabiot, 25:00 – Haaland, 32:00 – Chris Mepham interview, 39:35 – Tyrone Mings.
Kelly Somers is joined by Aston Villa defender Rachel Corsie, former Leyton Orient manager Jobi McAnuff and the Daily Telegraph's Luke Edwards to talk about Erik ten Hag's nightmare start as Manchester United manager after they were beaten 2-1 by Brighton at Old Trafford. They ask what went wrong for United today? And with a historic victory from Graham Potter's side, could he go on to be England manager one day? Also, hear from Erling Haaland who scored 2 goals on his debut and what animal did Jobi compare him to? 8’00 – Erik ten Hag’s reaction to the 2-1 defeat 13’03 – did Ronaldo make a difference? 21’30 – Marko Arnautovic links 24’15 – Could Graham Potter go on to a bigger job? 26’58 – Danny Welbeck with Juliette Ferrington 33’30 – The Erling Haaland effect 42’22 – What needs to happen at Leicester this summer?
Mark Chapman and 5 Live Sport’s team of reporters take you through the biggest stories from Saturday’s Premier League action as Liverpool drop points early on at Fulham, whilst Spurs thump Southampton. Alan Shearer also joins the pod to talk Newcastle after they kick off their campaign with a 2-0 win at home to newly promoted Nottingham Forest – PLUS you’ll hear reaction from the likes of Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel & Antonio Conte.
The Premier League’s all-time record goalscorer Alan Shearer meets Erling Haaland on the eve of his debut season at Manchester City. Haaland talks about the relationship with his father, and wanting to be a better player than him from a really young age. He says he has the ability to improve ‘everything’ in his game, highlights the importance of meditation, outlines how he’ll develop on-pitch chemistry with his new team-mates, and insists he’ll welcome the physicality and ‘pain’ of the Premier League. HIGHLIGHTS 01:30 – Relationship with and influence of his father on his career 05:00 – Emotions connected to goalscoring, and how to get over missing chances 11:00 – His mental approach to the game and importance of meditation 13:45 – On whether he has to adjust his game to fit in at Manchester City
Join Darren Fletcher for the Friday Football Social ahead of the opening weekend of the Premier League season. He’s with ex-Manchester United striker Dion Dublin and former Liverpool midfielder Don Hutchison. What does a winter World Cup and the new five substitution allowance mean for clubs? Who looks better out of Manchester City and Liverpool? And hear Dion’s interview with Erik ten Hag as the panel preview the season for Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. TOPICS: 1:55 - Lionesses, 4:10 – Season changes, 5:50 - Man City & Liverpool, 16:45 - Man United, 18:40 - ten Hag interview, 30:10 - Chelsea, 34:20 - Spurs.
Aaron Paul is joined by Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony and Wycombe left-back Joe Jacobson. After the new Arsenal All or Nothing documentary showed Mikel Arteta playing You’ll Never Walk Alone through speakers whilst they trained for Liverpool away, the guys discuss the most bizarre training sessions they’ve experienced during their careers. Forest Green Rovers manager Ian Burchnall tells us about the influence Graham Potter had on his career when coaching in Scandinavia and how he’s embracing the vegan diet at the New Lawn stadium. And Wimbledon manager Johnnie Jackson joins us to talk about his unexpected sacking by Charlton in May and what changes he’s already made with the Dons. TOPICS 04:18 – Most bizarre training sessions 12:31 – Forest Green manager Ian Burchnall 15:31 – Burchnall on coaching in Scandinavia and impact of Graham Potter 27:28 – Wimbledon manager Johnnie Jackson 29.57 – Jackson on Charlton sacking
The gang are back for the first Euro Leagues of the season! Steve Crossman is alongside Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Kristof Terreur to talk about what is going on at Barcelona? They’ve had a busy transfer window so far despite needing €144mil to register and pay their new players, so how are they affording it? The panel talk about life after Lewandowski for Bayern Munich and former Liverpool, Juventus and Mali midfielder Momo Sissoko talks about comments made by Napoli’s president Aurelio De Laurentiis on how he doesn’t want to sign any African players unless they agree not to go to AFCON. Plus, all the latest transfer news from across Europe including Cristiano Ronaldo’s future. 3'00 - Rapha's time at Manchester United 5'16 - What is happening at Barcelona? 16'50 - Life after Lewandowski for Bayern Munich 22'00 - Momo Sissoko on AFCON comments 33'00 - Latest transfer news including Ronaldo, Nice's summer, Charles de Ketelaere & Timo Werner
All About Everton

All About Everton

2022-08-0435:44

Hear from Frank Lampard, James Tarkowski and Seamus Coleman as Juliette Ferrington delves into Everton. She’s joined by ex-Everton striker James McFadden and The Athletic’s Everton journalist Greg O’Keeffe. With Richarlison gone and Calvert-Lewin injured, get the latest on Everton’s search for a new striker. The panel assess the transfer business so far and whether Idrissa Gueye will return to Goodison Park. Do recent fan protests reduce the appeal of joining? And attention turns to Chelsea at home in the season-opener. TOPICS: 2:00 – Striker search, 10:20 – Idrissa Gueye, 13:15 – James Tarkowski interview, 15:10 – Transfers so far, 20:45 – Seamus Coleman interview, 22:15 – Fan protests, 26:30 – Chelsea first game, 28:55 – Frank Lampard interview, 30:50 – Season preview.
Comments (156)

Kousha H Nia

This season will be interesting

Aug 8th
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

Welcome back Steve, Julien, Rafael and Kristof! I was so psyched when i read the podcast notes and saw that Guilem's name was omitted. It is such a shame that the BBC can't see their way to dropping him. i will.enjoy the podcasts till he returns then it is back to listening to the competition.

Aug 4th
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David Hattan

Edwards isn't sitting on the fence about Newcastle's 3rd strip and he isn't correct about it either. He claims to know nothing about the many Newcastle 2nd strips with green and he has a very short memory to forget the 2nd strip as we welcomed in the new millennium. forget sports washing, it's more about sensationalism in the heck world

Jun 29th
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Ola OmoPupa Sapo

The episode isnt playing. Please fix.

Jun 28th
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Ola OmoPupa Sapo

A few episodes have gone missing and there are some which give error messages. For example, the end of season review episode on May 25th, 2022. please fix when possible. thanks

Jun 28th
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Kain Kenny

One of the very best players ever

Jun 27th
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Munna Kabir

nks for sharing the article, and more impo https://vidmate.onl/download/ rtantly, your personal experience mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to

May 18th
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Munna Kabir

nks for sharing the article, and m https://vidmate.onl/ ore importantly, your personal experience mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to

May 18th
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colum o'leary

Frank Lampard has now found a way to become a slave and performer of the dark arts / shit housery. He's been an agressive misserable man his whole career and been good at it so he shouldn't change it

May 9th
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Kain Kenny

Woodgate is awful

May 5th
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James

what happened to the end of the pod?

Apr 12th
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Kain Kenny

Is Dion really so naive to think Atletico play that defensive week in week out? 🙄

Apr 6th
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Kain Kenny

Everton should start by dropping Pickford, he’s not a premier league player. The defense is shaky and he can’t command his area or organize a defense, does not instill confidence. Most of his dives are for the cameras and most of his saves are straight at him. Likes to be seen as a top flight keeper but isn’t one

Mar 22nd
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Andrew Beecroft

Jfc, the forest player deliberately dragged his leg behind to force contact. He tried to buy a cheap penalty and the ref said no. I hope more refs make this decision going forward. Its not big club bias, its common sense.

Mar 21st
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JJ JJ

Are Man Utd the only team playing in the derby? They were virtually the only lot you talked about... JJ

Mar 5th
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Michael Henderson

Is it just me or is this the wrong episode from a week back?

Feb 25th
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Amiroo

Gary’s sound quality needs to improve a lot Other than that great as usual 🙏🏾

Jan 23rd
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

Happy New Year to the Euro Leagues team! Another excellent and informative episode. I sincerely hope your producers and the powers that be at the BBC realize how much better your episodes are when it's only James, Jules and Kristof, with Steve actually being able to do his job as the show's presenter. #jameshorncastle #lautensjulien #hlninengland #serieA

Jan 12th
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George Brinkley

Ridiculously biased

Dec 21st
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Steve Coss

sort the volume levels and sound quality out.

Dec 10th
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