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Your daily dose of World Cup reaction and analysis from Qatar, with Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates, Emma Saunders and Steve Crossman, plus Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and the team.

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Deutsch delight, Grealish on Gareth & Belgium?s fear

Kelly Cates and guests reflect on Germany?s draw with Spain. She?s joined by Peter Schmeichel, Alan Shearer, Moritz Volz and commentator John Murray. The panel also hear from Jack Grealish and Joe Allen ahead of England vs Wales. And Juliette Ferrington presents reaction to two big shocks as Morocco beat Belgium and Costa Rica edge past Japan. TOPICS: 0:55 ? Spain-Germany, 8:30 ? England, 17:15 ? Wales, 20:30 ? Belgium-Morocco, 33:45 ? Japan-Costa Rica, 41:35 ? Morocco boss, 43:05 ? Belgium boss, 44:15 ? Statman Dave?s picks.
2022-11-27
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'A moment of genius' - Messi magic stuns Mexico

Mark Chapman is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton, Guillem Balague and Tim Vickery for reaction to Argentina?s 2-0 win over Mexico. We?ll also round-up the day?s other big stories with wins France, Poland and Australia. Some of the Euro Leagues team look ahead to the huge game between Spain v Germany in Group E on Sunday. And Alan Shearer tells us why he thinks Gareth Southgate should rest Harry Kane.
2022-11-27
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Difficult day for England and Wales

Kelly Cates is joined by John Murray, Rob Green, Micah Richards and Rob Green to react to England's goalless draw with USA. Did England play it too safe and should Gareth have brought on Phil Foden? Micah certainly thinks so. Hear from Gareth Southgate, Harry Kane, Harry Maguire and Kieran Trippier. Plus we get the thoughts of USA captain Tyler Adams. It was also a disappointing day for Wales who were beaten 2-0 by Iran, leaving their hopes of making it out of the group in tatters. We hear from Mark Chapman, Ian Dennis and Pat Nevin on the full-time whistle and from Wales fans outside the stadium. Plus, former Wales forward Robert Earnshaw joins us to reflect on the result. After watching England's struggles - is he more hopeful? Plus, Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton are back with, 'Would I lie to Bruce' - their World Cup game taking social media by storm. This one is themed around Argentina v Mexico. Can Chris finally get on the scoreboard? TOPICS 08'48 Harry Maguire interview 18'00 Gareth Southgate interview 24'25 Kieran Trippier interview 33'11 Harry Kane interview 35'25 Tyler Adams interview 37'45 Wales reaction 42'20 Wales fans 43'30 Robert Earnshaw 48'20 Would I lie to Bruce?
2022-11-26
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Kane?s fit, Richarlison?s rocket & psychic Sutton

Kelly Cates and guests look ahead to England vs USA and Wales vs Iran. Hear from Gareth Southgate, Rob Page, Chris Sutton and Robert Earnshaw. Bradley Wright-Phillips has his say on USA?s key players. Catch South American football expert Tim Vickery?s thoughts on Brazil?s first win of the tournament. José Fonte has his say on Portugal edging out Ghana. And Statman Dave presents his Friday player picks. TOPICS: 5:05 ? England, 14:45 ? USA, 23:00 ? Brazil, 30:25 ? Portugal, 33:15 ? Wales. 42:15 ? Statman Dave?s picks.
2022-11-25
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Japan stun Germany, cutlery chaos and panda pundits

Kelly Cates is joined by our football correspondent John Murray, Dion Dublin and French football journalist Julien Laurens for reaction to the big stories from day four of the World Cup in Qatar, The guys discuss Japan?s shock 2-1 win over Germany, what impact Germany?s pre-match gesture aimed at FIFA will have, and Spain?s 7-0 thrashing of Costa Rica. Emma Saunders gives us the latest from the England camp, as Raheem Sterling explains why he wasn?t happy with one of his teammates during their 6-2 win over Iran. And Statman Dave tells us who to look out for in Thursday?s matches.
2022-11-24
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Ronaldo?s off, Kane?s scan & a Saudi shock

Kelly Cates has the latest big football stories, including Ronaldo leaving Manchester United and the club?s owners announcing they might sell up. She?s joined by Rob Green, Chris Sutton and Alistair Bruce-Ball. The panel also discuss Harry Kane going for a scan on his ankle. Get full reaction to one of the biggest World Cup shocks as Saudi Arabia beat Argentina. And catch Statman Dave?s picks for Wednesday?s action. TOPICS: 1:05 ? Ronaldo, 13:05 ? Man Utd ownership, 15:00 ? Kane, 18:20 ? Saudi Arabia, 41:10 ? Argentina, 46:15 ? Statman Dave?s picks.
2022-11-23
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Bale saves Wales

Former Wales internationals James Collins and Danny Gabbidon join Kelly Cates for reaction to Wales? 1-1 draw with the USA in their opening Group B match. The guys discuss why Wales were so poor in the first half, the impact Keiffer Moore had off the bench in the second half and the mentality of the team to come back late on. You?ll hear from Gareth Bale on his equaliser from the penalty spot and the Wales manager Rob Page. Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton reflect on Netherlands? 2-0 win over Senegal in Group A. And Statman Dave tells us his picks for Tuesday?s matches, with both Argentina and France in action.
2022-11-22
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England smash six past Iran in World Cup opener

Mark Chapman is joined by our football correspondent John Murray and former England internationals Rob Green, Matthew Upson and Jermaine Jenas for reaction to England?s 6-2 win over Iran in their opening Group B match. You?ll hear from England manager Gareth Southgate as well as Kieran Trippier, Bukayo Saka and Jude Bellingham.
2022-11-21
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Up in armbands, Pickford?s progress & a Doha diary

Kelly Cates previews the first matches of the World Cup for England and Wales and has reaction to the Qatar curtain-raiser as Ecuador beat the tournament hosts. Hear from Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate, Jordan Pickford and Rob Page, and catch the thoughts of ex-internationals Stephen Warnock, Nathan Blake and Pat Nevin. And stay tuned for a day one Doha diary from World Cup flatmates Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton. TOPICS: 1:05 ? opening ceremony, 3:00 ? England, 4:35 ? OneLove armband, 8:50 ? footballing matters, 14:40 ? Pickford interview, 19:55 ? Wales, 27:45 ? Qatar-Ecuador, 32:20 ? Ali & Chris.
2022-11-20
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One more sleep?

This is a bumper episode of the pod on the eve of the World Cup starting on Sunday - Emma Saunders presents from Qatar and is joined by former England goalkeeper, Rob Green and ex Wales defender, Danny Gabbidon. They delve into both the England and Wales camps and hear from Nick Pope on life as a goalkeeper. Not only that, Steve Crossman comes on the pod to give the latest off field news stories alongside former England striker, Dion Dublin, journalists Guillem Balague and Rory Smith, with correspondent, John Murray. They hear from Fifa president Gianni Infantino who held an extraordinary press conference today where he accused the West of ?hypocrisy?. England defender Eric Dier is also on the pod giving his views on the controversy surrounding the tournament. And we get an insight into this Wales squad as Danny lifts the lid on how the players are feeling as they near ever closer to their first World Cup game in 64 years. Timecodes: 2?00 ? Gianni Infantino press conference discussion. 15?00 ? Dion and Guillem on the start of the tournament. 24?30 ? Eric Dier on the controversy surrounding the tournament. 30?00 ? Nick Pope interview. 41?00 ? England goalkeeper chat. 42?00 ? Wales camp analysis with Danny.
2022-11-19
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All About Lewandowski

Guillem Balagué travelled to Warsaw just before the Poland team left for Qatar to sit down with Barcelona and Poland striker Robert Lewandowski. In this wide-ranging and in-depth interview, Lewandowski discusses everything from getting into TikTok to his hopes at the World Cup. The striker discusses the influence of his father and the impact of his death aged 16, as well as what he learnt from Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola. Time codes 1.30 ? How Robert got into TikTok. 4 ? The nickname Bobic and his development as a youngster. 6.21 ? Robert discusses when he felt ready physically. 7.46 ? Why his dad decided to call him Robert. 10.01 ? The death of his dad when he was 16. 13.40 ? Getting over being released by Legia Warsaw. 18.42 ? The advice given to him by Jurgen Klopp. 20.21 ? The influence of Pep Guardiola. 22.25 ? His on-field leadership skills. 25.07 ? His leadership skills at the national team. 26.12 ? The different preparation for the Qatar World Cup. 29 ? What happened in 2018. 29.55 ? His ambitions to score at the World Cup. 30.40 ? Competing against Lionel Messi in his final group game. 33 ? His desire to play in la Liga. 34.21 ? Why Qatar may not be his last World Cup.
2022-11-19
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Cristiano?s crisis, beer banned & Stones? surprise

Darren Fletcher presents the Friday Football Social with Don Hutchison and Clinton Morrison. They react to Manchester United trying to end Ronaldo?s contract. Jack Murley from the BBC's LGBT Sport Podcast joins the pod to discuss alcohol sales being banned in World Cup stadia in Qatar. Hear a feature interview with England defender John Stones. And South American football expert Tim Vickery drops in to talk Brazil and Argentina as the panel pick their favourites for the Golden Boot and Golden Glove. TOPICS: 4:50 ? Ronaldo, 11:30 ? alcohol, 17:10 ? Stones interview, 30:20 ? Golden Boot & Golden Glove.
2022-11-18
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All About Joshua Kimmich

Joshua Kimmich is a key player for both Germany and Bayern Munich. The 27-year-old opens up in a lengthy interview with Guillem Balague recorded at Bayern Munich?s training ground shortly before the Bundesliga season paused for the World Cup. He discusses everything from playing football in the street as a youngster to the influence of Pep Guardiola. He talks about lengthy car journeys with his dad to training with Stuttgart, the evolution of his game, his hopes for the World Cup ? and spills the beans on several of his Germany team-mates. Timecodes 1.40 ? Taking his family to the World Cup. 4.05 ? His upbringing, playing football in the street and having fun with his friends. 8 ? Joining Stuttgart at the age of 12 and the journeys there with his dad. Whether his dad thought he could make it. 11.50 ? When he realised he was good and had talent. 16.50 ? How and when the move to Bayern Munich happened. 18.21 ? The influence of Pep Guardiola. 25 ? Kimmich discusses his favourite positions on the pitch. 28.40 ? Developing as a leader. 30 ? Why a strong Bayern is good for the German team. 31 - Learning lessons from 2018. 34 ? His favourites for the Wold Cup. 36 ? Kimmich discusses several of his team-mates ? Manuel Neuer, Thomas Mueller, Jamal Musiala and Kai Havertz.
2022-11-18
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Qatar 2022: The Ultimate Preview

With just three days to go until the start of the tournament, Mark Chapman and Kelly Cates bring you the ultimate preview of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Guests include Chris Sutton, Micah Richards, Jess Fishlock, Peter Schmeichel, Frank Leboeuf and Pat Nevin. You can also hear from England's Gareth Southgate and Mason Mount, Wales defender Ben Davies and Canadian striker Junior Hoilett, as we try to mention all 32 teams and discuss issues on and off the pitch.
2022-11-17
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Barbecues, royalty and Elvis ? inside England?s first day in Qatar

It?s all about England in the latest episode of the World Cup Daily podcast with Emma Saunders at the team?s base in Qatar. We?re joined by former England internationals Dion Dublin and Rob Green to discuss how the players will be adapting to the climate, England?s defensive options and whether James Maddison will have a big part to play in the tournament. You?ll hear from Maddison himself - as well as Callum Wilson, Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka.
2022-11-16
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The Big Wales Preview Show

Steve Crossman is joined by BBC Wales? football correspondent Rob Phillips, former Wales striker Sam Vokes and former Wales captain Ashley Williams to look ahead to Wales? first appearance at a World Cup in 64 years. They hear from Gareth Bale as he prepares to head to the tournament, former Wales international and member of the 1958 World Cup squad Cliff Jones reflects on Wales? last appearance in the competition and Wales legend Ian Rush gives his thoughts on Wales finally qualifying for the tournament again. 5 Live presenter and Wales fan Elis James drops by too and a number of famous Welsh celebrities offer messages of good luck to the team.
2022-11-15
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Euro Leagues: How to win the World Cup

In 21 tournaments previously, only 8 countries have managed it - Brazil, Germany, Italy, Argentina, France, Uruguay, England and Spain. In this Euro Leagues special we?re discussing the biggest question for every major nation, how do you win the World Cup? Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein, James Horncastle and eventually, Julien Laurens, to identify the key ingredients which turn a nation into world champions. We focus in on Spain, Germany, Italy and France with the panel. Plus our South American football expert Tim Vickery joins the pod to give a South American insight. You can also hear interviews with a couple of World Cup winners - French striker Olivier Giroud and German defender Per Mertesacker. TOPICS 1'10 Former World Cup winners mix 5'00 Spain 16'20 Germany 21'00 Per Mertesacker interview 30'00 France 35'20 Olivier Giroud interview 41'00 Brazil with Tim Vickery 48'30 Italy 53'00 Predictions for Qatar 2022
2022-11-15
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MNC: Ronaldo ruin, Wales' Williams & England numbers

Mark Chapman presents the Monday Night Club with Premier League winner Chris Sutton, Rory Smith from The New York Times and ex-Brighton striker Glenn Murray. They react to the Ronaldo interview, hear a feature chat with Wales defender Neco Williams and dwell on England?s squad numbers. Former Wales international Nathan Blake swings by, as does USA football journalist Grant Wahl. And the panel name their favourites to win the World Cup (sort of). TOPICS: 2:25 ? Ronaldo, 24:15 ? Wales, 37:45 ? England numbers, 40:50 ? USA, 46:30 ? WC favourites.
2022-11-14
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Garnacho greatness, King Ings & time-wasting

Ben Haines and guests reflect on Sunday?s Premier League football and the season so far. He?s joined by former Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, Reading striker Tash Dowie and The Telegraph?s Luke Edwards. Also catch post-match interviews with Erik ten Hag, Marco Silva, Unai Emery and Roberto De Zerbi. TOPICS: 3:10 ? Fulham vs Man Utd, 11:45 ? ten Hag interview, 18:50 ? Silva interview, 24:05 ? Brighton vs Villa, 24:30 ? Emery interview, 29:25 ? March clip, 32:30 ? De Zerbi interview, 37:50 ? season reflection.
2022-11-14
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All About Schweinsteiger Part 2

Darren Fletcher is joined by Bastian Schweinsteiger and Nedum Onuoha to chat Eric Ten Hag's Manchester United, Manchester City, and Pep Guardiola's coaching style. Bastian also reflects on his playing career, including Germany's World Cup victory in 2014, and chats about his new book, 'One of You'. 0'52 - Bastian Schweinsteiger's book, 'One of You' 5'34 - Manchester United and Eric Ten Hag 15'15 - Cristiano Ronaldo 16'25 - Coaching ambitions and Casemiro 21'25 - Manchester City v Brentford 25'28 - Pep Guardiola's philosophy 32'50 - England ahead of Qatar 35'55 - Germany's 2014 World Cup victory 39'28 - Germany ahead of Qatar
2022-11-13
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Sports Report: Toney stings City & Arsenal five clear

Steve Crossman and 5 Live Sport?s team of reporters take you through the biggest stories from Saturday?s action as Ivan Toney helps Brentford win at Manchester City and Arsenal beat Wolves to go five points clear at the top. Alan Shearer also joins the pod to give his thoughts on the 3 o?clock results ? PLUS you?ll hear reaction from the likes of Thomas Frank, Mikel Arteta and James Milner after his 600th Premier League appearance.
2022-11-12
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Southgate?s squad & Browny?s secret job

Darren Fletcher is joined by ex-Premier League midfielders Nigel Reo-Coker and Michael Brown to unpick England?s World Cup squad. Has Gareth Southgate got it right in choosing the likes of Kyle Walker, Kalvin Phillips and James Maddison? The panel also look ahead to Tottenham vs Leeds in the Premier League after Spurs suffered back-to-back defeats in four days. TOPICS: 5:15 ? England squad, 6:50 ? Walker, 8:05 ? Phillips, 13:35 ? strikers, 19:45 ?Maddison, 29:05 ? Spurs, 40:50 ? Leeds.
2022-11-11
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72+: Hats off to Jones & Cullen in good Kompany

Aaron Paul is joined by Stevenage boss Steve Evans and ex-Hull manager Phil Brown to talk through the latest EFL stories. They react to Nathan Jones leaving Luton for Southampton and Wigan sacking Leam Richardson. Burnley midfielder Josh Cullen swings by to look ahead to their top-of-the-table Championship clash with Blackburn. Hear an interview with Charlton chief Ben Garner. And Pete Wild drops in to talk Barrow. TOPICS: 4:10 ? Nathan Jones/Luton, 11:20 ? Leam Richardson/Wigan, 17:45 ? Burnley/Josh Cullen LIVE interview, 26:20 ? Charlton/Ben Garner interview, 37:50 ? Barrow/Pete Wild LIVE interview.
2022-11-11
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Napoli?s league to lose, France?s sacking season and the big Dutch keeper dilemma

Alistair Bruce-Ball is joined by Guillem Balague, James Horncastle and Julien Laurens. With the top European leagues set to stop for the World Cup, the team ask which of them are effectively already over. Julien discusses why the sackings continue in France, Guillem explains why the Basques are consistently able to punch above their weight and they also ask what was behind Gerard Pique?s red card? Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan also drops in to shed some light on why there is something of a keeper crisis with their national team. TIMECODES 1 min ? The team discuss where they are staying in Qatar ? and whether they will use the gym. 7 mins ? James explains whether he thinks Napoli will go on to win Serie A. 11 mins ? How the title race is looking in La Liga ? and why Gerard Pique saw red. 19 mins ? PSG on top - again ? in France but why are so many managers are losing their job? 25 mins ? Why the Basque region produces so many footballers. 29 mins ? Marcel explains how the Dutch are looking heading into the World Cup. 40 mins ? Bayern Munich and Germany?s Joshua Kimmich on a winning mentality.
2022-11-10
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Wales' World Cup wonders and Liverpool survive Derby scare

Juliette Ferrington brings you reaction to Wales' World Cup squad announcement, with Joe Allen selected despite not having played since September with a hamstring injury. We hear from manager Rob Page and captain Gareth Bale with the tournament less than a fortnight away. And there's reaction with Stephen Warnock and Michael Brown to a busy night of Carabao Cup action, with no fewer than four penalty shootouts. Liverpool need a penalty shootout to defeat League One Derby County, and Manchester City knock-out last season's runners-up Chelsea. Hear from Mikel Arteta, Eddie Howe, Antonio Conte and Wayne Hennessey on their sides' respective results. 02:00 - Rob Page interview on Wales' squad; 13:00 - Interview with Gareth Bale; 16:30 - Reaction to Liverpool 0-0 Derby County with Stephen Warnock; 21:00 - Reaction to Manchester City 2-0 Chelsea with Michael Brown 24:00 - Wins for Nottingham Forest, Brighton and Newcastle.
2022-11-10
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MNC: Saints sacking, Kalvin fine & Chickenos

Steve Crossman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. They react to Southampton sacking Ralph Hasenhüttl and ponder what Luton?s Nathan Jones could bring. England midfielder Kalvin Phillips joins the pod to update us on his injury and hopes of making the World Cup squad. And with the Lionesses back in action this week, catch an interview with England defender Alex Greenwood. TOPICS: 2:15 ? Southampton, 17:05 ? Kalvin Phillips LIVE interview, 40:05 ? Alex Greenwood interview.
2022-11-08
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Klopp tip-top, Emery merry & Dyer?s England picks

Kate Mason is joined by ex-England midfielder Kieron Dyer and The Telegraph?s Luke Edwards to reflect on Sunday?s Premier League football. Hear from Jürgen Klopp, Graham Potter, Mikel Arteta, Jacob Ramsey, Unai Emery and Ralph Hasenhüttl. Also catch reaction and interviews as Chelsea ended Manchester United's perfect start to the Women's Super League season. TOPICS: 1:30 ? Liverpool/Spurs, 10:30 ? Chelsea/Arsenal, 18:10 ? Villa/Man U, 26:35 ? West Ham/Palace, 29:20 ? Newcastle/Southampton, 38:50 ? England, 44:25 ? WSL.
2022-11-06
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Sports Report: Alvechurch prayers pay off & Haaland saves City

Steve Crossman and 5 Live Sport?s team of reporters take you through the biggest stories from Saturday?s action as seventh tier Alvechurch stun League One Cheltenham in the FA Cup and Erling Haaland scores a late winner to send Manchester City top of the Premier League. Jermaine Jenas also joins the pod to give his thoughts on the 3 o?clock results ? PLUS you?ll hear reaction from the likes of Alvechurch boss Ian Long, City?s match-winner Erling Haaland and Leeds manager Jesse Marsch.
2022-11-05
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World Cup injury woes and Potter?s Chelsea blues

Darren Fletcher is joined by the former Brighton striker Glenn Murray, the former Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel and the former Liverpool midfielder Don Hutchison for our Friday Football Social edition of The Football Daily. After Ben Chilwell and Son Heung-Min picked up injuries this week, the panel discuss the growing injury list ahead of the World Cup and whether it will affect the quality of football played at the tournament. Ahead of playing Premier League leaders Arsenal, the team debate whether Graham Potter will get the time he needs to shape his own successful Chelsea side under the club?s new owner. As Liverpool look to bounce back from two Premier League defeats to Nottingham Forest and Leeds United, we discuss if Jude Bellingham could be the answer to Jurgen Klopp?s problems. And remember the name Alejandro Garnacho, could he be football?s new superstar? TOPICS: 0?35? ? Footballers? Halloween costumes 2?30? ? World Cup injuries 21?00? ? Will Potter get the time he needs? 31?00? ? Can Jude Bellingham solve Liverpool?s problems? 42?50? ? Alejandro Garnacho
2022-11-05
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72+: Burnley, Beale & Buxton vs Merthyr Town

Aaron Paul has the big stories across the EFL and beyond. He?s joined by Wycombe?s Joe Jacobson and ex-Walsall defender Ben Purkiss. Hear from Vincent Kompany after Burnley?s late wins, catch a head-to-head chat with the managers of Buxton and Merthyr Town ahead of their FA Cup 1st round clash, and listen to a feature interview with QPR boss Michael Beale. Also get local reaction to Liam Rosenior being appointed Hull head coach, and the latest from Leagues One and Two. TOPICS: 3:15 ? Burnley, 9:00 ? Leagues One and Two, 10:45 ? FA Cup, 25:05 ? QPR/Beale feature interview, 33:35 ? Rosenior/Hull.
2022-11-04
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Euro Leagues ? adios Pique, truffle hogs and opera not pop

Alistair Bruce-Ball is joined by Guillem Balagué, Kristof Terreur and Mina Rzouki. Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has announced his retirement ? but how good was he and how will he be remembered? The Champions League group stage has now finished and the team discuss whether it will be silverware for Napoli, the balance at PSG and the miserable campaign for Atlético Madrid. Plus ? more top players are set to miss out on the World Cup, is this becoming a bit of an issue? TIMECODES?.. 1 min: Guillem?s crazy birthday and Kristof?s holiday. 3 mins: Gerard Pique?s decision to retire. 12 mins: Napoli looking good and deserve great credit. 24 mins: Whether the balance is right at PSG. 33 mins: The deep problems at Atlético Madrid. 40 mins: More players missing the World Cup.
2022-11-03
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Rico?s teenage triumph & Chilwell hamstrung

Mark Chapman has reaction to the big stories from Wednesday night?s Champions League matches. 17-year-old Rico Lewis scores as Man City win, while Ben Chilwell is a World Cup doubt after pulling up injured for Chelsea. Hear from Pep Guardiola and Graham Potter, and get the thoughts of Everton?s Asmir Begovi? and Izzy Christiansen on the permutations for the last 16 draw. Aaron Paul has the EFL round-up, Sport BILD?s Yannick Huber talks about Jude Bellingham?s potential future move and Ukrainian football journalist Andrew Todos talks Shakhtar Donetsk. TOPICS: 1:05 ? Pep Guardiola, 3:10 ? Graham Potter, 6:10 ? last 16 permutations, 10:35 ? EFL, 13:15 ? Bellingham, 18:15 - Shakhtar Donetsk.
2022-11-03
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Spurs snatch top spot with last-gasp winner

Kelly Cates has reaction to Tuesday night?s Champions League games, including Spurs? dramatic win in Marseille to top Group D. She?s joined by ex-England goalkeeper Rob Green, former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin and commentator John Murray. Theo Delaney from The Spurs Show podcast swings by to have his say. Also catch reports on Liverpool going through in 2nd place after their 2-0 win vs Napoli, Rangers crashing out of Europe without a point and a round-up of the other Champions League results. TOPICS: 0:30 ? Spurs, 7:30 ? Theo Delaney, 14:30 ? Liverpool, 20:30 ? Rangers, 22:15 ? other CL.
2022-11-02
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Arsenal Partey in full swing & de Gea saves Man Utd

Ben Haines has reaction to Sunday?s Premier League matches after Arsenal thrashed Nottingham Forest and Manchester United edged past West Ham. He?s joined by former West Ham midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, ex-Villa defender Neil Taylor and former Spurs defender Stephen Kelly. Hear from all the managers involved, as well as Man Utd goalkeeper David de Gea. TOPICS: 3:35 ? Arsenal, 20:40 ? Forest, 29:00 ? Man Utd, 39:05 ? West Ham.
2022-10-30
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Sports Report: Late Leeds winner at Liverpool and Potter?s magical spell ends

Mark Chapman and 5 Live Sport?s team of reporters bring you the biggest stories from Saturday?s Premier League action; as Leeds scored an 89th minute winner to beat Liverpool at Anfield, Brighton thrashed Chelsea 4-1 on Graham Potter?s return and Tottenham came from two goals down to beat Bournemouth. Alan Shearer joins the pod to reflect on Newcastle?s 4-0 win over Aston Villa. You?ll also hear reaction from Jesse Marsch, Jurgen Klopp and Kevin de Bruyne - whose sensational free-kick gave Manchester City a 1-0 win at Leicester and moved them top of the table. We?ll also round-up the main headlines from the EFL and Scotland.
2022-10-30
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When Shearer met Haaland

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
2022-08-06
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All About Pep

Steve Crossman speaks to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola about playing golf and spending time with family during the summer break, why emotions are more important to him than stats in football and how Erling Haaland is settling in. They also discuss why Pep has embraced the city of Manchester so much, what he plans to do when he retires and why the club?s fanbase around the world is so important to him. Steve?s also joined by former City midfielder Michael Brown to reflect on Guardiola?s words, what the signing of Haaland says about the club?s status and whether he thinks Pep?s more relaxed than what we see on the touchline.
2022-08-03
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Alex Scott: The Future of Women's Football

Former England international Alex Scott looks at the explosion in popularity of women?s football and asks what the future holds for the game she loves. Women?s football is the fastest growing female sport in the world. With wages on the rise and multi-million pound broadcasting deals being agreed, this summer?s European Championships in England are set to be a watershed moment for the game. Traveling to Barcelona, Alex witnesses a seminal moment in the sport?s history as a world-record 91,000 people pack the Nou Camp for the women?s Champions League match between Barcelona and Real Madrid. Keen to know if that growth is sustainable, Alex seeks the views of some of the sport?s biggest names such as Chelsea manager, Emma Hayes and England Lionesses captain Leah Williamson. Alex hears how Reading?s WSL player, Emma Mitchell, is juggling being a new mum and a top-flight footballer, with maternity rights only recently being introduced for players. Meeting other Women?s Super League players, Alex learns about the challenges they still face, exploring the lack of diversity in the women?s game and the ongoing issues with social media abuse. This is a pivotal time for women?s football and in order to find out if the game she loves is in safe hands, Alex flies to Switzerland to speak to Uefa and travels around the UK, meeting experts across the industry, including agents, investors, international stars and former players, to hear how far the game has come ? and look at its incredible potential for the future.
2022-06-25
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All About Mike Dean

This is a special Football Daily pod where Mark Chapman sits down to chat to Premier League referee Mike Dean on his extraordinary career, after announcing that he will retire at the end of the season after over 20 years at the very top of the game. He tells Mark how he started in the lower leagues and rose to the very top ? and lets us in on a few secrets along the way? like who were his favourite players - to the manager he feared the most and lifts the lid on what really goes on in the referees dressing rooms. Not only that we hear his views on how the game has changed throughout his time on the pitch and of course VAR gets a mention too!
2022-04-02
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Bale's brilliance keeps World Cup dream alive

Kelly Cates, commentator Conor McNamara and former Wales internationals Sam Ricketts and Sam Vokes reflect on Wales? victory over Austria in their play-off semi-final, which leaves them just one game away from qualifying for their first World Cup since 1958. Wales manager, Rob Page, gives his reaction to his team?s emotionally charged win. Mina Rzouki reacts to Italy?s shock exit from the World Cup Qualifiers, and we also have reaction from Scotland?s draw in their international friendly against Poland. https://careerssearch.bbc.co.uk/jobs/job/Journalism-Researcher-5live-Sport-BBC-Sport/59454
2022-03-25
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All About Bastian Schweinsteiger

Steve Crossman & former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha catch-up with World Cup winner & Bayern Munich legend Bastian Schweinsteiger. The 8-time Bundesliga title winner talks international highs & lows, his time playing in a legendary Bayern team & turning down a career as a professional skier
2021-11-14
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Make or break Manchester derby & Howe can Eddie save Newcastle?

Darren Fletcher is joined by former Man City and Spurs midfielder Michael Brown and ex-Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison to look ahead to the Manchester Derby, Antonio Conte?s Premier League return and the latest in Newcastle?s manager search. Could Saturday?s match at Old Trafford determine the fate of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? The Manchester United manager has a great record in this fixture, winning three and drawing one of the last four, and this time around he has Cristiano Ronaldo. Will a Man United back four better suit Pep Guardiola?s Man City? As Antonio Conte prepares for his first Premier League game in charge of Tottenham, Clinton and Michael ask if the current squad are prepared for their fresh start and whether they will buy into the new regime. Plus, will Harry Kane be a part of Conte?s long-term plans? With Eddie Howe looking like the favourite to replace Steve Bruce at St James?s Park, is he the best manager to take on Newcastle?s relegation battle? Plus we?ve reaction from St Mary?s after Southampton beat Aston Villa one-nil. You can hear from both Ralph Hasenhüttl and Dean Smith.
2021-11-06
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Euro Leagues: Barcelona sack Koeman

As Barcelona sack Ronald Koeman, Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein, Mina Rzouki and Julien Laurens to discuss what we can expect next for both the club and their former manager. What was the decisive moment that lead to his dismissal and how would the Spanish side look with Xavi at the helm? Plus, we hear from former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj on why it didn?t work out for him under Jose Mourinho and Freiburg goalkeeper Mark Flekken tells us why he is loving life right now. TOPICS: 3?30 Ronaldo Koeman sacked by Barcelona 19?10 Real Sociedad 26?00 Adnan Januzaj interview 37?00 Mark Flekken interview
2021-10-28
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All About Conor Coady

Steve Crossman & former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha catch-up Wolverhampton Wanderers? captain & England defender Conor Coady. The guys talk all things Wolves, England, the art of being a Captain AND car parks. Former Wolves striker Nathan Blake also join the guys to talk expectations this season & mental health.
2021-08-04
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Epilepsy in Football

To mark the International Awareness Day for Epilepsy, Steve Crossman is joined by former England and Cardiff forward Jay Bothroyd as well as Port Vale Defender Leon Legge to talk about how the neurological disorder has affected their lives. All three share personal experiences before chatting about stigmas, mental health and how sport deals with medical conditions. This podcast contains references to some scenarios you may find distressing. For more information on epilepsy, visit the NHS website.
2021-08-02
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All About Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola as you have never heard him before. The Manchester City boss selects several of his favourite songs that reference key moments in his life, as he takes us on a journey from his humble beginnings to the very top of the football world. Speaking to Guillem Balague back in 2018 he talks at length about his upbringing, family life, Barcelona, New York, politics and his special relationship with the people of Manchester. Guardiola also opens up about the night his wife and two daughters were caught up in the Manchester Arena Attack.
2021-07-21
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All About Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk opens up on his love of Disneyland and Game of Thrones, honing his skills on Cruyff courts and how he switches off from football in an exclusive and wide-ranging interview with Guillem Balague
2021-07-14
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All About Van Basten

Steve Crossman is joined by triple Ballon d'Or winner Marco van Basten for a Euro Leagues special. He won six league titles, two European Cups and the Euros but Marco van Basten wishes he had retired earlier. He discusses meeting his idol Johan Cruyff as a teenager and scoring his most famous goal in the Euro 88 final. But he missed two seasons trying to fight back from his ankle injury and now cannot even kick a ball.
2021-06-04
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Euro Leagues: End of the ESL? What happens now?

Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Rafa Honigstein and Kristof Terreur are joined by Bayer Leverkusen?s Uefa committee member Fernando Carro to discuss a turbulent week. From the seismic shock caused across Europe by the news of the proposed European Super League to the possible fall-out and consequences of its collapse - the team unpick a week like any other. TOPICS 3.20 ? What has happened this week 5.18 - Impact of Florentino Perez?s latest interview 09.30 - Interview with Bayer Leverkusen CEO Fernando Carro, who is also on Uefa?s Club Competitions Committee. He talks about how ?disgusting? certain aspects of behaviour was from ESL clubs 16 - Carro very strong on need to discuss problems in football in the open 17.30 ? Carro good on how Germans are good at finding compromises ? and how important this is right now 23.35 ? The team discusses what happens next 27 ? Rafa Honigstein on how Perez has been exposed as ?the emperor with no clothes? 34 ? Why fans around Europe have reacted differently to the ESL plans 37.57 ? The team discusses whether this week will be remembered in 10 years
2021-04-22
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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
2020-12-15
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