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Join Kelly Somers for reaction to England’s 5-1 friendly win over the Netherlands alongside Reading striker Natasha Dowie, ex-Scotland winger Pat Nevin, the Telegraph’s Luke Edwards and commentator Vicki Sparks. Hear from England boss Sarina Wiegman and super-sub Beth Mead. Also hear from Scotland manager Pedro Martinez Losa after his side thumped Ukraine 4-0 to all but seal a place in the Women's World Cup play-offs. BBC Radio Derby’s Chris Coles and Derby fan Blake Fallows join the pod after Wayne Rooney quit the Rams. The panel have their say on Manchester City agreeing a £45m deal for Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips. And hear from Vincent Kompany in his first press conference since becoming Burnley boss. TOPICS: 1:05 – England, 14:08 – Scotland, 16:33 - Future of women’s football, 19:06 – Wayne Rooney, 25:10 – Kalvin Phillips, 27:50 – Vincent Kompany.
With Chelsea owner Todd Boehly reportedly acting as the club’s Sporting Director on a temporary basis are we in for an unpredictable summer at Stamford Bridge? Are transfers between the Premier League’s ‘Big 6’ going to become the norm? And how many managers are beginning the new season under more pressure than Steven Gerrard at Aston Villa? They’re all questions for Don Hutchison and Julien Laurens on this episode of the Football Daily. Plus, BBC Sport’s Emma Sanders drops in to give us the lowdown on England ahead of their match against the Netherlands as Euro 2022 prep continues. TOPICS: 00:48 - Quickfire transfer gossip 06:20 - Lionesses v Netherlands friendly and Euro 2022 prep 15:03 - Marina Granovskaia's Chelsea departure 24:00 - Are transfers between the 'Big 6' going to become the norm? 28:26 - Scrutiny on Steven Gerrard at Aston Villa?
Aaron Paul is joined by Nigel Reo-Coker and Natasha Dowie to take a look at the latest transfer speculation. Sadio Mane has been unveiled at Bayern Munich so the panel break down how Jurgen Klopp takes Liverpool forward without him before moving onto chat about the futures of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison at Everton. Similarly Leeds’ assets Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips are up for discussion so Leeds fan Micky joins the podcast to take a look at what Jesse Marsch’s squad will look like next season. Finally we dip into the Championship to look at the problems at Burnley and ask whether Cardiff really can sign Gareth Bale. TOPICS: 01:52 – Mane signs for Bayern 07:20 – Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison’s future at Everton 15:12 - Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips’ future at Leeds. 24:56 – Burnley in for a tough summer? 30:30 – Gareth Bale to Cardiff?
Juliette Ferrington is joined by ex-England goalie Siobhan Chamberlain and commentator Vicki Sparks at the Lionesses’ Euro 2022 media day at St. George’s Park. Captain Leah Williamson reveals her favourite biscuit and which celebrity she’d like to room with. Hear from Rachel Daly on her love of both defending and scoring goals. Millie Bright and Ellie Roebuck spill the tea on Sarina Wiegman’s management style. Fran Kirby sheds light on managing her fatigue issue. Demi Stokes talks about life with her new-born baby. Ellen White isn’t happy about being called ‘worst-dressed’. Will Ella Toone sing for the podcast? And will Siobhan forgive Jill Scott for being late to her wedding? INTERVIEWS: 8:26 – Rachel Daly, 13:10 – Leah Williamson, 20:38 – Millie Bright & Ellie Roebuck, 25:32 – Fran Kirby, 29:50 – Demi Stokes, 34:18 – Ellen White, 39:35 – Ella Toone, 45:50 – Jill Scott.
Aaron Paul is joined by ex-Premier League midfielder Don Hutchison and the Telegraph’s Luke Edwards to discuss Chelsea targeting Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling as their major summer signing. Chelsea content creator Anita Abayomi drops in to have her say on the potential transfer and other likely moves at Stamford Bridge. The panel react to Lucy Bronze moving from Manchester City to Barcelona. French football expert Loïc Tanzi joins the pod after West Ham spent £30m on Ligue 1 defender Nayef Aguerd. And the panel have their say on all things Manchester United as chief exec Richard Arnold heads off a protest by meeting fans in his local pub, and with Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong increasingly linked with a move to Old Trafford. TOPICS: 0:48 – Sterling & Chelsea, 13:35 – Lucy Bronze, 16:19 – Drew Spence, 17:22 - Nayef Aguerd, 26:07 – Manchester United, 31:58 – Frenkie de Jong.
Kelly Somers is joined by ex-England defenders Laura Bassett, Anita Asante and commentator Vicki Sparks to react to England’s 3-0 win against Belgium at Molineux. Hear from winger Chloe Kelly, defender Millie Bright and manager Sarina Wiegman. And senior football reporter Ian Dennis drops in to reflect on the Premier League fixture-release. TOPICS: 0:30 – Match summary, 1:07 – Post-match reaction, 4:49 – Chloe Kelly interview, 7:06 – Millie Bright interview, 13:00 – Sarina Wiegman interview, 18:17 – Premier League fixtures.
Gigi Salmon is joined by Izzy Christiansen, Jonathan Woodgate & Don Hutchison. Where they discuss England announcing their squad for the Women's Euros, with Juliette Ferrington talking to Sarina Wiegman. They chat about how England's men regroup after their horror show against Hungary, and can Southgate be a winner? Plus the panel talk about the latest transfer rumours circulating, and we hear from James Horncastle on Paul Pogba & Romelu Lukaku. TOPICS: 0:44 – Chat on the England Women’s Euros squad announcement, 08:28 – Sarina Wiegman interview, 17:38 – Fallout from the Hungary game, 33:16 – Transfer talk, 39:43 – Pogba to Juventus with James Horncastle.
On-the-whistle reaction as England are beaten 4-0 by Hungary in the Nations League. Alistair Bruce-Ball is joined by ex-England internationals Stephen Warnock and Dion Dublin, as well as commentators John Murray and Ian Dennis. Also hear the post-match thoughts of manager Gareth Southgate, captain Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling. And away from Molineux, Belgian football expert Kristof Terreur joins the pod to have his say on Vincent Kompany being appointed as Burnley boss. TOPICS: 0:33 – On-the-whistle reaction, 23:04 – Harry Kane interview, 28:18 – Gareth Southgate interview, 33:23 – Raheem Sterling interview, 36:50 – Vincent Kompany at Burnley.
Alistair Bruce-Ball is joined by ex-Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock, former Everton midfielder Leon Osman and The Athletic’s Adam Crafton for the Monday Night Club. Manchester City unveil Haaland, while Liverpool agree a deal for Darwin Núñez, but who is getting the better player? With Darwin the latest on the Benfica production line, European football journalist Colin Millar joins the pod to go through their incredible player profits. BBC Radio Derby’s Ed Dawes has the latest as Chris Kirchner withdraws his bid to buy Derby County out of administration. And Ligue 1 presenter Matt Spiro swings by to help assess PSG’s summer of change, with a new football advisor at Le Parc des Princes and with manager Mauricio Pochettino looking set to leave. TOPICS: 1:54 – Haaland, 14:40 – Darwin Núñez, 24:56 – Benfica player profits, 33:11 – Derby County, 36:34 – PSG.
Gigi Salmon is alongside former Celtic manager Neil Lennon, former Manchester City striker Paul Dickov and The Athletic's David Ornstein to talk about Mauricio Pochettino leaving PSG. After just 18 months in charge, was this always on the cards for Poch? And where do our panel see him going next? David tells the pod how "for all intents and purposes Darwin Nunez to Liverpool is a done deal" and they talk about whether this a reaction to Manchester City signing Erling Haaland? Plus, an update on Derby County's troubles and reaction to Northern Ireland's 2-2 draw with Cyprus. 0’42 - Did Mauricio Pochettino ever stand a chance at PSG? 12’08 - What’s next for him? 15’13 - David Ornstein gives the latest on Darwin Nunez to Liverpool 22’00 - Paul Dickov on being friends with Erling Haaland’s dad and what made him choose Manchester City? 24’42 - Derby County update with Simone Stone 29’20 - Reaction to Northern Ireland’s 2-2 draw against Cyprus
Nations League Review

Nations League Review

2022-06-1134:39

Kelly Cates & the 5 Live commentary team look back on the latest Nations League results including England, Wales, Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Ian Dennis, Matt Upson and Chief Football Writer for The Times, Henry Winter, look back on England's nil-nil draw at home to Italy. Hear from Harry Maguire, Aaron Ramsdale and manager Gareth Southgate. Conor McNamara, Pat Nevin, Stephen Kelly and Roddy Forsyth review Republic of Ireland's 3-0 win over Scotland with words from their manager Steve Clarke. And John Acres reports on a 1-1 draw between Wales and Belgium with thoughts from Welsh caretaker manager Rob Page. TIMECODES: 00:42: Commentary team and Henry Winter discuss England. 10:50: Interviews with Harry Maguire, Aaron Ramsdale and Gareth Southgate. 22:15: Reaction to Wales' draw with Belgium and the thoughts of Rob Page. 25:30: Commentary team react to the Republic of Ireland's 3-0 win over Scotland and reaction from Steve Clarke.
Darren Fletcher is joined by Glenn Murray & Clinton Morrison on Friday Football Social to preview more Nations League fixtures & discuss the summer transfer window. BBC Football Correspondent John Murray joins the chat regarding England's recent games and upcoming matches, whilst the panel discuss the other home nations and their current predicaments. We also hear from former Wales international Sam Ricketts on his nation's fixtures and recent qualification for the World Cup. Darren is joined by former Northern Ireland international Gerry Armstrong to pay tribute to their legendary manager Billy Bingham who has sadly passed away. TIMECODES: 00:50: Hear Gareth Southgate's preview of England's upcoming game against Italy and his thoughts on Jack Grealish. 02:34: John Murray joins Darren, Clinton and Glenn to discuss England in depth. 19:30: Discussing the home nations and each of their current situations in the Nations League including Sam Ricketts on Wales. 28:24: Gerry Armstrong pays tribute to the great Billy Bingham, the former Northern Ireland player & manager, after he sadly passed away age 90. 32:30: French football journalist Julien Laurens on the latest developments and rumours at PSG. 36:50: Summer transfer window debate.
Alistair Bruce-Ball is joined by European football journalists Julien Laurens, Kristof Terreur and James Horncastle for the Euro Leagues. The panel reflect on some surprise results in the Nations League and analyse a new-look Italy team ahead of their fixture in England. Also, more reaction on the fallout from the chaos at the Champions League final, all the latest transfer talk and a team in Gibraltar is making its players wear protective headgear on the pitch to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s - club owner Michael Anton Monsour joins the pod to tell us all. TOPICS: 2.13 – Nations League results 9.41 – New-look Italy 16.19 – Champions League Final Fallout 23.07 – Striker market hotting up 37.08 – Headgear in Gibraltar 46.08 – Berlusconi chat
Gigi Salmon is joined by ex-Wales defenders James Collins and Sam Ricketts, and commentator Conor McNamara, to react to Wales’ stoppage-time defeat at home to Netherlands in the Nations League. Hear from Wales defender Ben Davies with his frustrations about the winning goal. The panel also talk about Gareth Bale’s likely destination and Scottish football correspondent Roddy Forsyth drops in to react to Scotland’s 2-0 Nations League win at home to Armenia. And hear the latest Premier League transfer news, with the Daily Mail’s Dominic King bringing us up to date on Bayern Munich’s failed bids for Liverpool’s Sadio Mané. TOPICS: 0:20 – Wales reaction, 5:05 – Hear from Wales’ Ben Davies, 5:52 – Bale’s future, 7:58 – Scotland reaction, 10:40 – Sadio Mané latest, 16:21 – Other Premier League transfer news.
A late Harry Kane penalty gave England a 1-1 draw with Germany in the Nations League. Kelly Cates is alongside former England internationals Rob Green and Leon Osman and football correspondent John Murray to react to Harry Kane becoming the second all-time goal scorer with 50 goals. Sport Bild's Christian Falk talks about Germany's performance as they go 11 games unbeaten under new manager Hansi Flick. Plus, hear from England manager Gareth Southgate and goal scorer Harry Kane. 0’43 – Were England lucky? 1’05 – Harry Kane’s 50th goal 5’15 – Christian Falk joins the pod 11’30 – Jude Bellingham’s performance 16’15 – Gareth Southgate with John Murray 18’25 – Harry Kane’s reaction
Delyth Lloyd is joined by former Wales midfielder Dave Edwards, ex-England defender Matt Upson and The Athletic’s Adam Crafton for the Monday Night Club. All the reaction as Wales book their trip to Qatar, where will Bale and Hennessey play their club football next season? Football correspondent John Murray joins the pod to look ahead to Germany vs England as the Three Lions try to bounce back from their opening defeat in the Nations League. Hear interviews with England boss Gareth Southgate & defender John Stones. And we get the German perspective with Christian Falk from Bild Sport. TOPICS: 1:20 – Wales qualification reaction, 8:20 – What next for Bale? 21:32 – World Cup Group B, 25:52 – England in Germany, 30:55 – Hear from Gareth Southgate, 40:50 – Hear from John Stones, 46:50 – A look at Germany.
On-the-whistle reaction as Wales qualify for their first World Cup since 1958 after beating Ukraine 1-0 in Cardiff. We start with commentator Ian Dennis, former Wales boss Jayne Ludlow and ex-Wales defender Sam Ricketts in the Cardiff City Stadium, before Colin Murray joins the conversation. You’ll also hear from Wales talisman Gareth Bale at 12:22.
Last dance for Bale?

Last dance for Bale?

2022-06-0349:34

Darren Fletcher is joined by Nigel Reo-Coker and Clinton Morrison for the Friday Football Social. Ex-Wales international Sam Ricketts joins the pod to look ahead to their World Cup play-off against Ukraine. Will Gareth Bale call time on his career if Wales don’t qualify? Football correspondent John Murray has been catching up with Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane ahead of England’s Nations League opener in Hungary. Should England’s stars really be playing more games? And can anyone stake a late claim for an England place? TOPICS: 1:30 – 25 years since THAT Roberto Carlos free-kick, 5:05 – Wales-Ukraine preview, 12:22 – Gareth Bale’s future, 23:00 – Hungary-England preview, 26:25 – Harry Kane interview, 29:20 – Player fatigue debate, 37:20 – Gareth Southgate interview.
Delyth Lloyd is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball and ex-Northern Ireland internationals Iain Dowie and Neil Lennon to react to their Nations League defeat to Greece at Windsor Park, and dwell on the latest Premier League transfer news. TOPICS: 0:18 – Post-match reaction, 8:48 – Northern Ireland manager Ian Baraclough, 10:30 – Premier League transfer news.
Emma Saunders is joined by Ian Dennis, Pat Nevin and Alan Hutton after an unforgettable night at Hampden Park, where Ukraine beat Scotland 3-1 to set up a men’s World Cup play-off final against Wales. We hear from Scotland manager Steve Clarke, who remains confident his group of players will qualify for a major tournament again. Ukraine fan Andriy tells us what it was like to be inside the stadium and what the victory means to Ukrainians, as the Russian invasion continues in their country. BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips tells us what shape Rob Page’s side are in ahead of Sunday’s showdown, after they lost 2-1 to Poland in the Nations League. And United We Stand editor Andy Mitten joins us to discuss Paul Pogba’s exit from Manchester United. TOPICS 00:30 – Reaction to Ukraine’s victory 07:28 – Scotland manager Steve Clarke 13:10 – Rob Page reaction to Poland loss 13:54 – Rob Phillips looks ahead to Sunday’s play-off final 21:15 – Ukraine fan Andriy 24:11 – Paul Pogba discussion with Andy Mitten
Comments (150)

Munna Kabir

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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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man man

for sharing the artic https://vidmate.onl/download/ le, and more 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

Dec 6th
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man man

for sharing the articl https://vidmate.onl/ e, and more 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

Dec 6th
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

I am getting bored with you Guillem Balague and with your slanted views and self-aggrandizement. You have turned listening to the Euro Leagues podcasts into sheer drudgery. I should just listen to the competition every Thursday and the BBC Football Daily for the rest of the week.

Dec 2nd
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Henri Chinaski

Clay Davis "shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit" 🤣

Nov 30th
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Steve Coss

Carlton Cole is dire.

Nov 21st
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RickAndrews_Actor

I didn't know what to expect there, was it Carlos Tevez, Carlos Valderrama, Roberto Carlos... and yet somehow, it was tremendous.

Nov 11th
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