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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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13 septembre 2019 - 00:02167
The Premier League's back are so are Darren and Jermaine alongside Kevin Nolan and Alan Hutton. Manchester United are off to a shaky start, will their form improve at home to Leicester? Steve McManaman drops in to chat Liverpool and his memories of playing in two classic encounters with this weekend's opponents Newcastle. And with the FIFA 20 player ratings announced this week, Alan Hutton challenges JJ to a race outside our 5 live Sport studio.
12 septembre 2019 - 00:02506
Emma Saunders, Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle discuss the future prospects of Zinedine Zidane and Lionel Messi, Napoli’s dressing room disaster and Cristiano Ronaldo’s records. Plus - why did Valencia sack their manager?
11 septembre 2019 - 00:02446
On this episode of the Football Daily, Jonathan Overend is joined by former Liverpool midfielder Don Hutchison, ex-England defender Matt Upson and The Telegraph's Jason Burt to discuss the return of the Premier League and look back on England's 5-3 win over Kosovo.The panel discuss whether Leicester City be competing for the top four and also what lies ahead for the Premier League's newly promoted sides.Also, have England got an attack to compete with on the world stage in Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane or should they be concerned about their lack of consistency in defence?
10 septembre 2019 - 00:02242
Kelly Cates is joined by former England midfielder Chris Waddle, senior football reporter Ian Dennis and James Olley from the London Evening Standard to reflect on England’s 5-3 victory over Kosovo at St Mary’s in their Euro 2020 qualifier.There’s plenty of praise for Raheem Sterling and Jadon Sancho, who were both on the scoresheet tonight. The panel debate who is Gareth Southgate’s best front three out of Sterling, Sancho, Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford.The team discuss whether the midfield is where England’s problems lie, who should start in that midfield three and debate whether Harry Winks and James Maddison should have featured in the game.Our football correspondent John Murray gets post-match reaction from Gareth Southgate, Jadon Sancho and Ross Barkley.
9 septembre 2019 - 00:02419
Reaction from Windsor Park as Northern Ireland impress but fall to defeat against Germany. Pat Nevin says Scotland’s Premier League big names have to make another step up when wearing the national team jersey after a 'toothless' performance at Hampden. Plus, John Murray and Ian Dennis are in Southampton as England prepare to face Kosovo. John catches up with Gareth Southgate whilst Denno is starstruck by Liam Plunkett in a lift.
8 septembre 2019 - 00:02440
Emma Saunders is joined by Rob Green, Pat Nevin and Aaron Hughes to discuss Gareth Southgate's selections, big games for Northern Ireland and Scotland and scoring from corners. The team also debate whether Watford made a mistake in sacking Javi Gracia, ask how to get the best out of Ethan Ampadu and reflect on the opening weekend of the Women's Super League.
6 septembre 2019 - 00:01880
We're joined by Gareth Southgate ahead of England's two Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Kosovo. John Murray and Ian Dennis have also been speaking to Mason Mount and Tyrone Mings about their first senior call ups. Marcus Rashford talks goals, Harry Winks discusses his preferred midfield role, and Ben Chilwell reflects on his first year as an England player.
5 septembre 2019 - 00:02176
Emma Saunders is joined by Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Kristof Terreur as they discuss Romelu Lukaku’s response to being racially abused after he scored the winning goal for Inter Milan against Cagliari.The team also debate whether Neymar is stuck at Paris Saint Germain and football entourages now that Mauro Icardi has joined the club.Philippe Coutinho may be Bayern Munich’s new signing, but is Leroy Sane the man they’re still after?And Vincent Kompany has made another impassioned speech in a pub – but this time it’s in Belgium after his Anderlecht side got their first victory since he took charge as player-manager.
4 septembre 2019 - 00:02429
Nick Bright is joined by Manchester United head coach Casey Stoney, editor of She Kicks magazine Jen O'Neill and The Athletic's women's football writer Kieran Theivam to assess how the Women's Super League can develop ahead of the new season. We also hear from Man City's Jill Scott and Arsenal's Jordan Nobbs, who preview their sides' campaigns. The panellook at whether playing in bigger stadiums is beneficial for the women's game and also look at Lucy Bronze's new role in central midfield. Casey takes us inside England head coach Phil Neville's multiple Whatsapp groups, and gives us an insight into pre-season team bonding exercises.
3 septembre 2019 - 00:02550
Alan Shearer and Michael Owen have had a very public fall out, but should the former team-mates be arguing on social media? It comes after Owen said his move from Real Madrid to Newcastle in 2005 was a "downward step”.Meanwhile, Sheffield United’s Oli McBurnie has apologised after a video appeared to show him saying he hoped he wasn't going away with Scotland. Is sorry enough? Will all be forgiven?Plus, before the Euro 2020 qualifiers, we look at the competition in the England defence and the pressure on Wales boss Ryan Giggs if they fail to win their next game. Kelly Cates is joined by former Scotland midfielders Pat Nevin and Don Hutchison, and Henry Winter, the chief football writer for the Times.
2 septembre 2019 - 00:02340
Mark Chapman, Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith look back on the North London Derby, and whether Harry Kane dived to try and win a penalty at Arsenal. The panel also look at Sadio Mane's frustrations over Mohamed Salah squandering a goal-scoring opportunity at Burnley. Swansea captain Matt Grimes joins the podcast to talk about his side's strong to the Championship season. And we hear from Rochdale's Ian Henderson, after the League One team's mesmeric goal at the weekend.
1 septembre 2019 - 00:02435
Emma Saunders is joined by former Arsenal and England player Rachel Yankey, former Tottenham and Nottingham Forest midfielder Andy Reid and Tom Collomosse from the London Evening Standard to reflect on Arsenal and Tottenham’s thrilling 2-2 draw in the Premier League.They debate whether careless mistakes are finally catching up with Arsenal and have Tottenham solved their Christian Eriksen problem?The team discuss Sadio Mane’s angry reaction when he was substituted in Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Burnley and if that may cause Jurgen Klopp a long-term problem.There’s huge praise for Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder as they secure a huge point in their 2-2 draw with Chelsea and can Leicester trouble to the top four after victory over Bournemouth?
30 août 2019 - 00:02379
Former Tottenham and Arsenal forward David Bentley joins Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas to preview the weekend's North London Derby. Ex-Wolves and West Ham midfielder Matt Jarvis is also alongside the pair, giving his insight into the rise of his former Norwich teammate James Maddison. We hear from Romelu Lukaku, who responds to accusations of unprofessionalism from Gary Neville. And Wolves defender Conor Coady looks ahead to his side's game with Everton and gives his reaction to his team's Europa League draw.
29 août 2019 - 00:02013
It's been 89 days since we last heard that famous Champions League music on the night Liverpool won their sixth European title. Today 32 teams have been split into four pots of eight for the group stages. Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Mina Rzouki and Raphael Honigstein to analyse the draw. Which of English teams has the easiest group – Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City or Chelsea? Is there a ‘group of death’ and what are the stand-out matches? Plus, the team celebrate Virgil van Dijk being crowned Uefa player of the year.
28 août 2019 - 00:02342
Former Bolton Manager Owen Coyle joins the Football Daily on the day Bolton Wanderers future was secured, 24 hours after Bury were expelled from the Football League. The Guardian's football finance expert David Conn and Tranmere owner Mark Palios - formerly an insolvency practitioner as well as Bury and Bolton player - join Mark Chapman, and Michael Brown describes how he had to tell his son, who played for Bury's academy, that he no longer had a club.
28 août 2019 - 00:01287
Kelly Cates is joined by Steve Crossman and BBC Radio Manchester’s Mike Minay to react to the news that Bury Football Club has been expelled from the Football League.A takeover deal to buy Bury FC collapsed earlier on Tuesday and the club couldn’t prove to the EFL that it had the funds to continue or find a new buyer before the deadline of 5pm.The news broke at 11pm that the club had been expelled from the Football League and we were there to get the reaction from emotional fans who were still at Gigg Lane in the hope their club could be saved.We also discuss the news that Bolton Wanderers has been given an extension of 14 days, but as Mike explains, they could be the second club to be expelled from the Football League, sooner rather than later.
26 août 2019 - 00:02397
Surely Christian Eriksen's future can’t be having such a negative influence on Spurs’ squad? Do Steve Bruce's critics now have egg on their face? And how to best usher a mouse out of a studio? All the big questions answered on this MNC epsiode with Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith. Plus, which young players have done enough to be named in Gareth Southgate's first England squad of the new season?
25 août 2019 - 00:02408
Emma Saunders is joined by former West Ham and Tottenham midfielder Matthew Etherington, Leyton Orient midfielder Jobi McAnuff and Luke Edwards from the Daily Telegraph to reflect on Steve Bruce’s first win in charge of Newcastle, with a surprise 1-0 victory at Tottenham.The panel debate whether this was because of tactical genius from Bruce or whether it was a fluke and why Harry Kane seems out of sorts in front of goal.The team discuss whether VAR was correct in that match and whether Manchester City had some luck with the video referee in their 3-1 win over Bournemouth.They analyse what went wrong for Manchester United – who lost 2-1 to Crystal Palace and why Chris Wilder was eager to move his dinner plans earlier in the afternoon after a 2-1 defeat to Leicester.And as we have Jobi on the pod (and Luke is a Leyton Orient fan) – we couldn’t not mention Leyton Orient and the start they have made to life in League Two.
23 août 2019 - 00:02073
On a day full of ups and downs Steve Crossman heads to Bury to work out how much the town loves their club. Plus Nicky Adams tells us why he feels 'cheated' by chairman Steve Dale
23 août 2019 - 00:02008
Darren Fletcher is joined by former Chelsea and England midfielder Karen Carney, commentator Alistair Bruce-Ball and Henry Winter, the chief football writer for The Times.The team look ahead to this weekend’s Premier League fixtures – including a huge clash between Liverpool and Arsenal.The preview includes Bournemouth v Manchester City and Tottenham v Newcastle – which you can hear live commentary of both on 5live Premier League Sunday – and they discuss why Teemu Pukki has been so effective for Norwich in front of goal.There’s breaking news on the future of Bury football club – have they been handed a lifeline from being expelled from the Football League?We look back on a huge night for Aston Villa who were 2-0 winners over Everton – earning their first victory since getting promoted back to the Premier League.Aston Villa boss Dean Smith and Everton forward Alex Iwobi come on to the pod to share their post-match thoughts.