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The latest from the Premier League, EFL, European football and more!
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Stephen Kelly, Robert Huth and Stephen Warnock join Kelly Cates as we hear from Arsenal director Josh Kroenke who says the club are headed back to the very top. Glenn Murray phones in to give us an insight into the fast start made by the new look Brighton. Are his old club Palace destined for a season of struggle with an unsettled Wilfried Zaha? And what is life like as a footballing free agent?
Mark Chapman is joined by former Aston Villa defender Micah Richards, ex-Blackburn striker Chris Sutton and commentator Arlo White to analyse Wolves' 1-1 draw with Manchester United. Paul Pogba was the main talking point, as he missed a second half penalty. Ruben Neves earlier cancelled out Anthony Martial's opener. BBC Sport's Simon Stone gives us the latest on Alexis Sanchez's potential departure from Old Trafford to Inter Milan. The team also look at whether Steve Bruce is already under pressure at Newcastle, and what Villa can do to register their first points of the campaign.
Emma Saunders, Lee Hendrie, Andy Reid and Kevin Campbell discuss the weekend's action - from frustration for Frank Lampard to a hat-trick hero in Norwich.How important is it for Chelsea to get their first win under Frank Lampard? And for the likes of Villa, Newcastle and Watford to get off the mark this season?And which newcomer reminds the team of Santi Cazorla? Plus, when do you know it is time to hang up your boots?
The Big Weekend Preview Pod

The Big Weekend Preview Pod

2019-08-1600:39:353

Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas look ahead to the weekend's action with former Manchester City defender Micah Richards and ex-Newcastle and West Ham midfielder Kevin Nolan. The panel preview Saturday's crunch game at the Etihad, where Man City take on Tottenham, and assess how Liverpool will cope without injured goalkeeper Alisson. Micah also tells us about his decision to retire from the game, and why he has so much admiration for Aston Villa boss Dean Smith.
Manchester City and Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva takes Steve Crossman on a journey from his early life in Lisbon to Premier League stardom.The 25-year-old discusses his first experience of the Manchester rain, singing in the shower, the incredible demands of playing for Pep Guardiola and the club’s quest to win the Champions League.
Steve Crossman, Julien Laurens, Guillem Balague and Archie Rhind-Tutt discuss Neymar's uncertain future, rebuilt Atletico Madrid, messy Real and the threat posed to Bayern Munich's German dominance by Borussia Dortmund.
Jonathan Overend is joined by former Chelsea midfielder Andy Townsend, former Liverpool player Don Hutchison and BBC football correspondent John Murray to reflect on Liverpool’s victory in the European Super Cup. Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Chelsea 5-4 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in Istanbul – fourteen years on from when they won the Champions League final by a penalty shootout in the same city in 2005. The panel assess what the victory means for Liverpool – who could win six trophies this season - and on Chelsea’s improvement after their Premier League opening day defeat at Manchester United.You’ll hear post-match reaction from Jurgen Klopp and Frank Lampard and Liverpool players James Milner and Joe Gomez come onto the podcast.
Celtic are cuffed by Cluj

Celtic are cuffed by Cluj

2019-08-1300:38:411

A very busy Football Daily takes you to Glasgow as Celtic are dumped out of the Champions League - we get reaction from Neil Lennon and Pat Nevin. We’re in Istanbul ahead of the Super Cup between Liverpool and Chelsea and hear from Frank Lampard and Jurgen Klopp, plus we have the news from the first round of the EFL Cup as 9 matches go to penalty shoot outs. Steve Crossman and Stephen Kelly try to keep across it all.
The Monday Night Club are back from their summer breaks to review Manchester United's wild win over Chelsea as Chris Sutton likens Frank Lampard's position to entering an Olympic rowing final in a dinghy. We assess the Christian Eriksen situation at Spurs, ask if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is under-rated, and chat to Billy Sharp who just keeps on finding the net whatever league he's playing in.
This Football Daily podcast is the place to hear all the latest from the opening weekend of the Premier League. Emma Saunders is joined by Matthew Etherington, Shola Ameobi and Nigel Reo-Coker and the panel discuss every game – including Manchester United’s 4-0 thrashing over Chelsea, Aubameyang’s brilliant form for Arsenal, and the ‘Eriksen effect’ at Spurs.Manchester City and Liverpool started the season how they ended it – by scoring more and more goals. Not only that, the three promoted teams - Villa, Norwich and Sheffield United get the Football Daily treatment. And there is also a treat for Bolton, Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton fans.
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Comments (60)

Steve Coss

dreadful. so much better analysis available than these expros...

Aug 13th
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Kain Kenny

I swear Shaola just repeats everything everyone else said a minute before

Aug 12th
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Esther  Lopez

Kain Kenny 😂😂yes

Aug 12th
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John Fowley

Fantastic coverage of the World Cup.Really enjoyed it.

Jul 8th
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Paraz

Am unsubscribing coz there is No African football

Jul 8th
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Fitz

Typical England match! Always the bridesmaid!!

Jul 3rd
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Kain Kenny

Is it me or does Hope Solo sound really disappointed when the U.S win? 😬

Jul 1st
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Rob Philpott

Can you all stop using the word ‘mentality’ now please.

Jun 30th
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Enigmatic

A mouche fly ? Guys, mouche means fly in French. You don't call them fly flies do you?

Jun 24th
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JP Breslin

not playing for me can't even download it just seems to be loading with an X there.

Jun 6th
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Kain Kenny

In Italy do they say "Int-air" for Inter? like James says it

May 16th
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Antony Layton

how about having news from The Football League championship and leads 1 and 2 it would make a hell of a different from hearing about the Premiership everyday

May 12th
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Kain Kenny

Melissa Reddy's voice wtf, it's so harsh. Hard to listen to 😖

Apr 26th
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Michael Grieser Johns

Kain Kenny who let this small child in here

Apr 26th
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Rob Philpott

Mark Chapman must have the most annoying voice of any of the football pundits- it has that horrid back of the throat quality to it, and the man never shuts up. Love BBC Football Daily, but I avoid any of the podcasts which feature him.

Apr 19th
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Khyber Maarij

can you all for once focus on something other than bloody English players ! no matter which team you look at its always about English players. I know it's BBC and that's all you all care about but it gets embarrassing and boring when talking about city and only focusing on Phil given every other amazing thing going on in that club, seriously!

Apr 5th
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Nazim Süleymanov

one of the underrated players.he was beast at Chelsea times with Oscar and Hazard

Mar 27th
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Nazim Süleymanov

Hudson,Sancho,Sterling🖤🖤 with decent defenders and goalie England can win Eu or world cup at last.

Mar 23rd
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Ben Wilkinson

rubbish, Glen Johnson was an average right back and even worse pundit

Mar 16th
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Adler Thomas

Julian is biased.. there's. difference between parking a bus and defending when not in possession of the ball, it would be naive for any team to hold a high line with Mbappe leading the line especially when your own midfield has never played more than two games together. for United to arrive at the last minute of the game still with a chance was criminal from PSG.

Mar 8th
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Rishabh Kumar

Julian is clearly very biased

Mar 8th
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Stuart Campbell

Not working on any apps. Next pod ok. streaming a bit flaky

Mar 7th
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