Description du show
The latest football news, analysis and big name guests with Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates and the BBC Radio 5 live team.
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19 juin 2019 - 00:01909
Caroline Barker, Rachel Brown-Finnis, Rachel Yankey, Alex Scott and Pat Nevin discuss the pain of Scotland’s agonising World Cup exit and ask how England are shaping up after winning all three of their group games.
18 juin 2019 - 00:02256
Caroline Barker is joined by Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes, former England player’s Rachel Brown-Finnis, Rachel Yankey and Sue Smith. Also South American football expert Tim Vickery and former Scotland winger Pat Nevin.The panel look ahead to England and Scotland’s final group games. England play Japan, both teams have secured their places in the knockout stages, England need to avoid defeat to top group D. And it’s an all or nothing game for Scotland as they face Argentina. A victory for Scotland could send the side into the last 16 as one of the best third-placed teams.You can also hear interviews with England manager Phil Neville and Scotland manager Shelley Kerr. And Karen Carney has been inside the England camp getting all the latest World Cup gossip.
18 juin 2019 - 00:02190
Caroline Barker is joined by former England defender Lindsay Johnson, Fulham footballer and singer-songwriter Chelcee Grimes and Jen O’Neill, the editor of She Kicks magazine, to dissect France’s controversial 1-0 over Nigeria at the World Cup.The panel argue whether it was fair that France’s Wendie Renard was allowed to re-take a penalty she had missed because Nigeria’s goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie encroached off her line. Renard then went on to score the winner at the second time of asking.We have the latest from the England camp as one player reveals on the podcast that she used to be a part-time butcher, while another has been mastering the art of the secret handshake.As Nigeria have lost their final game, Scotland still have a chance to progress to the knockout stages, but they must beat Argentina on Wednesday.
16 juin 2019 - 00:02470
Caroline Barker is joined by Manchester United manager, Casey Stoney and former Scotland and Chelsea winger, Pat Nevin on this episode of the Football Daily. They discuss the news that Maurizio Sarri has left Chelsea and is now the new manager of Juventus. They get reaction from Italy and find out what Juve fans might make of him at the club and how he might deal with the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Cristiano Ronaldo. Also the team discuss who could take over the vacant role at Chelsea. And could Paul Pogba be leaving Man United this summer? He has made comments to reporters in Tokyo saying, “this summer could be a good time to move elsewhere.” So what do Pat and Casey make of these reports? You will have to listen to the pod to find out. And not only that, Caroline and Casey ‘bust the myths’ with former USA goalkeeper, Hope Solo and get all the latest from the Scotland and England camps ahead of their World Cup games on Wednesday.
15 juin 2019 - 00:02072
Emma Saunders, Izzy Christiansen, Lindsay Johnson and Vicki Sparks discuss the World Cup so far - hearing about a broken sink in Nice and the pain of missing out on the tournament through injury, as well as asking whether it has had lift off in France.
14 juin 2019 - 00:02404
Caroline Barker is joined by England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs, former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis and Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes in Le Havre as England book their place in the World Cup knockout stages after a 1-0 victory over Argentina.The panel analyse England’s “dogged” performance and Jordan Nobbs – who has been ruled out of the World Cup due to injury – gives us an insight into her teammates.Juliette Ferrington joins the pod from Rennes alongside former Scotland captain Julie Fleeting and former Scotland players Steven Thompson and Pat Nevin as they reflect on Scotland’s 2-1 defeat to Japan which leaves them bottom of Group D.You can hear interviews from England coach Phil Neville, England captain Steph Houghton and Scotland coach Shelley Kerr.Emma Hayes and commentator Vicki Sparks analyse Maurizio Sarri’s impending departure from Chelsea for Juventus and whether Frank Lampard is the man to take over.And South American football expert Tim Vickery gives the panel a shocking insight into the obstacles faced by female footballers and why Argentina’s defeat to England will be seen as a victory in South America.
13 juin 2019 - 00:02327
Caroline Barker is joined by ex-England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes, BBC commentator Vicki Sparks and former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin for the latest news from the Women’s World Cup. You can hear from England boss Phil Neville who says he’s shaking up his starting 11 and South American football expert Tim Vickery gives us an insight on what England should expect from Argentina. Plus the panel discuss Scotland and their chances in the tournament, and Karen Carney takes us into the Lioness Den for a behind-the-scenes look at the England camp.
12 juin 2019 - 00:02018
Caroline Barker is joined by Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, plus former England players Rachel Brown-Finnis and Lucy Ward to discuss France's 2-1 victory over Norway. VAR is the big talking point after France were awarded a controversial penalty that proved to be decisive. There was also a moment to forget for France defender Wendie Renard who scored a calamitous own goal. The team also assess the tournament so far and discuss who are the favourites to lift the trophy. And we visit the England camp to chat to midfielder Keira Walsh ahead of the Lionesses' match with Argentina on Friday.
12 juin 2019 - 00:02150
Caroline Barker is joined by former USA goalkeeper Hope Solo and BBC commentator Vicki Sparks to reflect on the USA’s historic 13-0 win over Thailand at the Women’s World Cup.Even though US captain Alex Morgan scored five, Hope Solo tells us why she thinks it’s still close between both the France and the USA as to who is favourite to win the tournament.Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes joins the pod to look ahead to England and Scotland’s next group games on Friday. She’s been speaking to her Chelsea players in both camps and gives us an insight into how they’re feeling.And Steve Crossman is joined by former Scotland midfielders Don Hutchison, John Collins and BBC commentator Conor McNamara to analyse Scotland’s 3-0 defeat to Belgium in the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
10 juin 2019 - 00:02274
Former England internationals Rachel Yankey and Laura Bassett join Mark Chapman, ex-Scotland winger Pat Nevin and the Daily Telegraph's chief football correspondent Jason Burt to assess where England and Scotland go next after their Women's World Cup opener. BBC Sport's Simon Stone has the latest on a potential tug-of-war between Manchester United and Manchester City over Leicester City defender Harry Maguire. And Leyton Orient captain Jobi McAnuff joins the team to pay tribute to the club's manager Justin Edinburgh.
10 juin 2019 - 00:01161
She won a Women's World Cup and two Olympic Gold Medals, Hope Solo is considered one of the best goalkeepers in the women's game.Dion Dublin meets the former US number one to preview the tournament in France and discuss which teams are favorites and who are the players to watch.Hope also tells us how she began her career, why better training for goalkeepers is needed and who is the Scotland player she considers one of the best in the world.
9 juin 2019 - 00:02107
Caroline Barker, Pat Nevin, Rachel Brown-Finnis, Alex Scott and Steven Thompson discuss England's win 2-1 over Scotland at the Women's World Cup in Nice - explaining why both sides can take positives from their opening fixture but must improve if they want to match their ambitions.
8 juin 2019 - 00:02331
Caroline Barker is in Nice as England and Scotland prepare for their opening match at the Women’s World Cup, which is against each other on Sunday.She is joined by the coach of Manchester United’s women’s team and former England captain Casey Stoney, former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, former Scotland midfielder Pat Nevin and former Scotland striker Steve Thompson.Casey Stoney gives the panel an insight on England coach Phil Neville’s management style from when she was part of his coaching staff last year.BBC senior reporter Ian Dennis, football correspondent John Murray and former England players Chris Sutton and Chris Waddle also join the pod as they look ahead to England’s men’s team playing Switzerland in the third placed play-off match in the Nations League on Sunday.
7 juin 2019 - 00:02162
Caroline Barker, Rachel Brown-Finnis, Pat Nevin and Vicki Sparks reflect on a thumping opening-day victory for France over South Korea at the Women's World Cup. Legendary USA goalkeeper Hope Solo gives her view on the tournament, and offers an insight into playing under USA coach Jill Ellis. The team hear from England defender Leah Williamson, with their Home Nations clash with Scotland edging closer. Pat assesses what next for Chelsea follow Eden Hazard's now confirmed move to Real Madrid. And is England's Nations League 3rd/4th place play-off their most unwanted fixture of all-time?
7 juin 2019 - 00:01799
Two errors in extra-time saw England lose 3-1 to the Netherlands in their Nations League semi-final. You will hear from manager Gareth Southgate and midfielder Declan Rice on a disappointing night in Guimaraes. Chris Waddle and Chris Sutton join Mark Chapman to discuss England's defensive horror show, John Stones and whether Southgate's biggest problem is in midfield.
5 juin 2019 - 00:02307
Steve Crossman is joined by not one, but two Chris’ in the form of Mr Sutton and Mr Waddle as well as John Murray and Ian Dennis to get the latest from the England squad ahead of their Nations League semi-final game against the Netherlands. They speak exclusively to Gareth Southgate and Raheem Sterling and even the Netherlands captain, Virgil Van Dijk makes a pod appearance. We find out if Harry Kane is fit to start, and try and get to the bottom of the story involving Raheem Sterling and the captaincy, after he admitted that he was "fuming" after his management company claimed he would captain England on Thursday. Also the guys discuss the form of Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo, after scoring a hat-trick to ensure his national side beat Switzerland by three goals to one. Not only that, the pod heads to France to get the low down on the England women’s team before the start of the World Cup. Caroline Barker catches up with a famous face from the England set-up, but who could it possibly be? You will have to listen to the podcast to find out!
4 juin 2019 - 00:02573
18 months ago, most of us hadn't heard of it. Now the Nations League gives England's men's team the chance to win their first trophy since 1966. Kelly Cates brings you a preview of the semi-finals and final, featuring England, the Netherlands, Switzerland and hosts Portugal. Joining Kelly are a trio of ex-England internationals in Chris Sutton, Chris Waddle and Matt Upson, plus BBC football correspondent John Murray and senior football reporter Ian Dennis. You can also hear from Declan Rice on his decision to play for England.
3 juin 2019 - 00:01814
Emma Saunders is joined by former England forward Rachel Yankey, former England goalkeeper Rachel Finnis-Brown and BBC World Cup commentator Vicki Sparks to bring you a guide on the teams and players to look out for in the Women's World Cup 2019.As England and Scotland prepare to face each other in their opening Group D game on Sunday 9th June, the panel discuss how far both home nations can go into the tournament.They also give in-depth analysis on the France, USA, Netherlands and Germany squads, who are all contenders to win the World Cup.
2 juin 2019 - 00:02363
Jonathan Overend is joined by former Liverpool midfielder David Thompson and former Tottenham players Chris Waddle and Michael Brown as they reflect on Liverpool lifting the Champions League trophy after beating Tottenham 2-0.Our reporter Sarah Mulkerrins is in Liverpool city centre as tens of thousands of fans lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the trophy – as Jurgen Klopp and the squad boarded an open top bus for their victory parade.The panel reflect on how Liverpool won their sixth European Cup in the club’s history and how it was an emotional victory for captain Jordan Henderson in particular.The team also debate where it all went wrong for Tottenham, whether Harry Kane should have played in the final and what next for both the Liverpool and Tottenham players who will feature in the Nations League Cup next week.
31 mai 2019 - 00:02399
We are building up to one of the biggest matches in English football history with Mark Pougatch, Chris Sutton and the Burnley manager Sean Dyche.Should Mauricio Pochettino play Harry Kane from the first minute? And we hear how Sean Dyche would set up his team to play against both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.We are also joined by Tottenham fan Ben Haines from 90min and John Gibbons and Neil Atkinson from the Anfield Wrap who had quite an adventurous trip from Merseyside to Madrid...