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Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates & Steve Crossman bring you the latest Euro 2024 analysis, reaction & debate + England legend Wayne Rooney joins the Football Daily family over the tournament on BBC Sounds.

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Mark Chapman presents reaction to Monday’s matches at Euro 2024, and sits down for a special interview with Brentford manager Thomas Frank.They talk Denmark and Chrisian Eriksen’s influence, Brentford’s summer plans and striker Ivan Toney.Matt Upson and Julien Laurens react to France’s 1-0 win over Austria and the injury to Kylian Mbappé. Vicki Sparks and Chris Sutton join the pod to react to Slovakia’s shock victory over Belgium and Lukaku’s disallowed goal.Plus, Eilidh Barbour interviews Scotland's John McGinn at their training camp.TOPICS: 5.05 - Frank on Denmark and Eriksen 13.12 - Ivan Toney 20.04 - Brentford’s summer plans 23.29 - 5 Live Deutsch Wörterbuch 24.17 - Belgium 0-1 Slovakia 30.03 - France 1-0 Austria 35.12 - Eilidh Barbour with John McGinn
Micah Richards & Conor Coady join the pod as they look back at England's victory over Serbia in their Euro 2024 opener. Jude Bellingham led the way, but how does Southgate get the best out of Phil Foden going forward?Highlight timecodes:11:27 – Micah gives the guys’ his thoughts on Phil Foden, and how difficult it is for him adapting to play for England in that wider role, rather than through the middle12:48 – Micah also discusses the possibility of Bellingham playing a little deeper for England which would mean more could be made of Foden and his natural ability playing through the middle
Kelly Cates is joined by former England internationals Matt Upson, Joe Hart and Izzy Christiansen, to react to England’s 1-0 victory over Serbia in their opening game of Euro 2024.Hear from goalscorer Jude Bellingham, England captain Harry Kane and the England manager Gareth Southgate. Jordan Pickford speaks to football correspondent John Murray on a record-equalling night for the England goalkeeper, and Trent Alexander-Arnold reveals the idea behind the goal celebration.Alistair Bruce-Ball and Pat Nevin talk Christian Eriksen after he scored for Denmark 1100 days after suffering a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020. Plus, Ian Dennis and Dion Dublin react to The Netherlands' 2-1 win over Poland and the influence of Wout Weghorst.TOPICS: 0.12 - England 1-0 Serbia 3.38 - Gareth Southgate 9.59 - Harry Kane 16.45 - Jordan Pickford 21.27 - Jude Bellingham 26.45 - Trent Alexander-Arnold 32.16 - Christian Eriksen 34.40 - Netherlands 2-1 Poland
Mark Chapman and Steve Crossman present all the reaction from the second day of Euro 2024. Football correspondent John Murray and former England defender Matthew Upson also have the latest from the England camp ahead of their opening game against Serbia. Gareth Southgate gives injury updates on both John Stones and Luke Shaw, while Harry Kane discusses the talent in the squad.Euro Leagues' Guillem Balague reacts to Spain cruising past Croatia in the opening game of Group B, and is joined by former England striker Dion Dublin and senior football reporter Ian Dennis to pay tribute to the late Kevin Campbell.A pair of former England internationals in Paul Robinson and Phil Jagielka join Mark and Italian football expert Mina Rzouki for all the reaction to Italy’s 2-1 win over Albania.Timecodes: 00:55 Concerns over Iceland defeat 01:55 Gareth Southgate pre-Serbia 06:50 Harry Kane pre-Serbia 09:15 England vs Serbia preview 12:35 Spain 3-0 Croatia reaction 21:05 Tributes to Kevin Campbell 26:05 Italy 2-1 Albania reaction
Mark Chapman hosts reaction to 10-man Scotland's 5-1 defeat to hosts Germany in the opening game of Euro 2024 with former Scotland internationals Pat Nevin and James McFadden, former Celtic striker Chris Sutton and German Football expert Archie Rhind-Tutt.Hear from Scotland captain Andy Robertson and head coach Steve Clarke.You can also hear the latest from the England camp with Steve Crossman and the Telegraph's Chief Football correspondent Jason Burt plus an extended interview with Kieran Trippier.TOPICS 1 min - Germany 5-1 Scotland reaction 4 mins - Andy Robertson interview 14 mins - Steve Clarke interview 15 mins - Germany discussion with Archie Rhind-Tutt 25 mins - Steve Crossman and Jason Burt 27 mins - Kieran Trippier interview
In a new series of Football Daily specials, Wayne Rooney recalls his incredible impact as an England teenager at Euro 2004. Rooney talks to Darren Fletcher about breaking into the England squad at the age of 17 and turning up to his first training camp with painted toenails!
The Big Euro 2024 Preview

The Big Euro 2024 Preview

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Mark Chapman is joined by a whole host of guests to preview the start of Euro 2024.Mark is joined in Munich by Scotland captain Rachel Corsie, former Scotland winger Pat Nevin and former Celtic striker Chris Sutton to look ahead to Scotland's tournament opener against hosts Germany on Friday.Football correspondent John Murray and England defender Conor Coady check in to preview England's first game against Serbia on Sunday, including hearing from current squad member Ezri Konsa.Rick Edwards stops by to launch 5 Live Breakfast's 'Deutsche Wörterbuch'.Former Germany defender Arne Friedrich discusses Germany's chances; senior football reporter Ian Dennis and former England striker Dion Dublin drop in from Berlin to run the rule over Portugal, Netherlands and Croatia; while Euro Leagues regulars Julien Laurens and Guillem Balague make the case for France and Spain.And we head into Pat Nevin's Scotland party to hear from the former Scotland goalkeeper Bryan Gunn, father of current Scotland goalkeeper Angus, and discuss how Bryan could be Scotland's lucky omen!Topics: 00:37 - Scotland chat with Chris Sutton, Rachel Corsie and Pat Nevin 10:33 - England chat with John Murray and Conor Coady 13:17 - Ezri Konsa interview 29:22 - Day 1 of Rick Edwards' 'Deutsche Wörterbuch' 30:12 - Germany chat with Arne Friedrich 40:59 - Portugal, Netherlands, Spain and Croatia chat with Ian Dennis and Dion Dublin 49:08 - France and Spain chat with Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens 58:45 - Back to Pat's party with Bryan Gunn 1:03:14 - Predictions
Steve Crossman is joined by Ivan Toney from the England camp for their first Euro 2024 media day. They look back at the strikers last 12 months, getting the call from Southgate to be part of this tournament & his many tattoos. Steve also takes you on a trip around the stunning grounds where England are staying in Weimarer Land – which has had everybody talking back home. Highlights timecodes:10:32 – Ivan Toney opens up about the last 12 months of his career & how he spoke to Gareth Southgate after the news of his ban from football came to the fore12:25 – Toney also tells Steve that he’ll definitely get another tattoo if England win the Euros 14:50 – Adam Wharton opens up to the press saying that “he’s not a loner”, but he’s not surrounded by friends as focusses on his football career with no distractions
Kelly Cates talks Scotland ahead of UEFA Euro 2024. She’s joined by former Scotland internationals Pat Nevin and James McFadden, as well as Eilidh Barbour LIVE from the Scotland camp in Germany. Also hear from manager Steve Clarke and assistant John Carver.01:05 Scotland excitement is back 04:00 Expectations lower again? 05:35 James McFadden joins the pod 09:05 Eilidh Barbour LIVE from the Scotland camp 11:35 Steve Clarke: “We’ve waited a long time for this” 14:10 Clarke sets ‘upbeat’ tone 19:05 Scotland squad & selection dilemmas 27:10 McTominay top of the scoring charts 31:50 Has the ‘supercomputer’ got it right? 35:35 What if Scotland make the knockout stage?
Mark Chapman talks England, Scotland and dark horses ahead of UEFA Euro 2024. He’s joined by former England internationals Phil Jagielka and Chris Sutton, as well as New York Times chief soccer correspondent Rory Smith. Hear from Scotland assistant John Carver and catch up with BBC Scotland’s chief sports writer Tom English.02:35 The ‘not getting injured’ mentality 06:15 England training in a golf resort 10:05 Does the England squad have enough experience? 19:15 Cole Palmer as the number 10? 22:10 Do the squad numbers mean anything? 27:10 Is England’s entirely right-footed defence a problem? 30:30 Scotland a happy camp despite turbulent build-up 33:30 Scotland assistant John Carver on McGinn’s dancing 39:45 Rory reveals he’s a Scotland fan! 41:40 Tips to win, dark horses & the supercomputer
Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Raphael Honigstein recount their favourite moments from the European Championships. The team wax lyrical about some of the tournament’s most iconic goals, from van Basten’s volley to Trezeguet’s golden-goal winner in EURO 2000. Unforgettable penalties also make the list, and some of the moments stretch as far back as the 1980s!Timecodes 03:15 van Basten’s volley 06:59 Germany beat England on penalties in EURO ‘96 10:54 Greece win EURO 2004 15:48 Fàbregas puts Spain through to EURO 2008 Semi-Final 20:59 Trezeguet’s golden-goal winner in ‘00 25:36 Platini scores the winner in EURO ‘84 Semi-Final 30:54 Germany beat Italy on penalties in EURO 2016 37:33 Italy win EURO 2020
In this special Football Daily - listen to episode 5 of BBC Sounds' Sporting Giants - Kylian Mbappé, ‘The world we live in’.In this six-part podcast series, Steve Crossman and Julien Laurens chart Kylian Mbappe’s rise from the suburbs of Paris to global superstardom.France icon Lilian Thuram reflects on racism, football and French identity after Mbappe suffers racial abuse at Euro 2020 following his penalty miss. Lacking support from the French Football Federation, Mbappe threatens to quit the national team, forcing change before he stars at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. We hear from France team-mates Hugo Lloris and Ibrahima Konate as Mbappe emerges as a natural heir to Lionel Messi in an unforgettable final.Find the full series on BBC Sounds - www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/brand/p0h6lf4d
Aaron Paul hosts reaction to England's 1-0 friendly defeat to Iceland at Wembley with Senior Football reporter Ian Dennis, former West Ham defender Matt Upson and former Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin.Football correspondent John Murray speaks to England manager Gareth Southgate, winger Anthony Gordon and defender Marc Guehi.Scotland were also in action ahead of Euro 2024 as they drew 2-2 with Finland. Hear from head coach Steve Clarke and striker Lawrence Shankland.TOPICS 0 mins - England 0-1 Iceland reaction 7 mins - Gareth Southgate 15 mins - Anthony Gordon 22 mins - Marc Guehi 26 mins - Scotland 2-2 Finland report 27 mins - Steve Clarke 29 mins - Lawrence Shankland
Steve Crossman is joined by James Horncastle, Julien Laurens and Kristof Terreur for Euro Leagues’ preview of EURO 2024. The team delve into the biggest stories across the continent as the tournament approaches.. Who hasn’t made the cut? What are the biggest concerns in each squad, and what are the coaches saying? Plus, they predict who will come out as the eventual winners.Timecodes 02:42 Injuries & omissions 11:00 Warm-up games 23:13 Life in camp, and squad preparations 29:55 Winner predictions 36:05 Worst team predictions
Steve Crossman is joined by football correspondent John Murray, and football writer Henry Winter, to reflect on Gareth Southgate's Euro 2024 England squad announcement. The team discuss the decision to drop Jack Grealish in place of Eberechi Eze, Adam Wharton and Kobbie Mainoo's inclusions, and the likelihood of Marc Guehi starting alongside John Stones in central defence. Also on a pod, John Murray interviews the England manager himself to get his perspective on the big decisions.Timecodes: 00:35 Initial reactions 6:19 Southgate interview 14:40 Eze's inclusion 16:45 A squad 'for the future' 21:26 Guehi starting alongside Stones
In this special Football Daily - listen to episode 1 of BBC Sounds' Sporting Giants - Kylian Mbappé, ‘The boy from Bondy’. In this six-part podcast series, Steve Crossman and Julien Laurens chart Kylian Mbappe’s rise from the suburbs of Paris to global superstardom. They begin at AS Bondy, where Mbappe first displayed his prodigious talent and hear from former coaches and teammates about the cheeky schoolboy who, with the support of his ambitious parents, appeared destined for greatness. Find the full series on BBC Sounds - www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/brand/p0h6lf4d
Ben Haines has reaction to England beating France to boost their chances of qualifying for UEFA Euro 2025. He’s joined by Rachel Brown-Finnis, Fara Williams and commentator Vicki Sparks. Hear interviews with Sarina Wiegman, Alessia Russo and Georgia Stanway. And chief football news reporter Simon Stone joins the pod with football finance expert Kieran Maguire to talk Man City as they prepare to face the Premier League in a legal battle.03:00 England should ‘remember the moment’ 04:30 Sarina Wiegman INTERVIEW 08:30 England show resilience 10:06 Alessia Russo INTERVIEW 11:45 Russo ‘magnificent’ & ‘mature’ 14:20 Georgia Stanway INTERVIEW 16:05 Wiegman rewarded for consistent selection 19:30 Man City set to face Premier League in legal battle 22:20 Is this linked to the 115 charges, which City deny? 23:25 Kieran Maguire has his say
Steve Crossman has reaction to England’s friendly win against Bosnia-Herzegovina at St James’ Park. He’s joined by former England internationals Jonathan Woodgate and Leon Osman, as well as senior reporter Ian Dennis and correspondent John Murray. Hear interviews with Gareth Southgate, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ebere Eze. Catch Pat Nevin on Scotland’s win over Gibraltar and hear from Sarina Wiegman ahead of England’s UEFA Women's EURO qualifier against France.03:50 Who are the seven who will drop out? 07:00 Ivan Toney most likely to miss out? 11:45 Who plays with John Stones in defence? 13:40 Trent Alexander-Arnold INTERVIEW 18:05 Gareth Southgate INTERVIEW 21:45 Eze and Wharton do for England what they do for Palace 25:15 Ebere Eze INTERVIEW 28:20 Scotland make hard work of beating Gibraltar 31:15 England women prepare for France again 32:25 Sarina Wiegman INTERVIEW
Ian Dennis previews England’s UEFA Euro 2024 warm-up game against Bosnia-Herzegovina at St. James' Park. He’s joined by correspondent John Murray, Mirror football writer Simon Bird and The Northern Echo chief sports writer Scott Wilson. Also hear interviews with Gareth Southgate and Kieran Trippier.01:10 Squad latest: Shaw, Maguire & Gordon ‘progressing well’ 02:35 Southgate on Shaw, Kane, TAA & Bellingham 10:40 Trippier to captain England in Newcastle 12:05 Gordon to miss out in his club city 14:25 Trippier on being ‘really proud’ to lead England out 20:00 Who isn’t going to make the cut? 25:10 How special will this be for Newcastle?
Steve Crossman is joined by John Murray, Chris Sutton and Paul Clement to reflect on Real Madrid’s 2-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League Final. The team, live from Wembley, discuss Kroos' final game, Bellingham's impact at Los Blancos, all whilst witnessing the Real Madrid trophy presentation.Timecodes: 00:09 Intro/full time reaction 03:45 Kroos' retirement 08:20 Trophy lift 17:00 Real Madrid in the Champions League 21:55 Jude Bellingham at Los Blancos
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Adrian Lord

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J Jones

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Adrian Lord

what have you done to the Saturday football daily? its gone from national to Premier league. it is now awful. please return to the old format of going around the grounds with the commentators telling you about the games. it's really poor.

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Adrian Lord

this has been the worst Saturday football show. no music, no headlines, a real disappointment. I really enjoy this podcast but this was more like the Sunday show. a truly awful episode.

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Erik Vrana

Tash Dowie's one eyed analysis is ridiculous. Curtis Jones red card was 100% correct, over the ball, possible leg breaker. if the ref's botched the offside sure, that is unfortunate. Mistakes happen

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Boro taking part?

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James

did I miss the mentions of Boro in the playoffs?

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Charlie Quechiefo

the last episode of Euroleague can't be downloaded, please. It's 9 hours now, the wait is killing. thank you 😊

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