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Aaron Paul talks all things EFL. He’s joined by Stevenage manager Steve Evans and Northampton goalkeeper Tom King. Hear from referees’ chief Howard Webb on the spate of frozen pitch postponements. Catch Rochdale record-scorer Ian Henderson on his career and their struggles in League Two. The panel also look ahead to fourth round weekend in the FA Cup and react to the latest managerial movements. TOPICS: 6:05 – FA Cup, 9:10 – Ian Henderson, 21:15 – League Two, 28:15 – postponements, 46:20 – managerial movement.
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein. James Horncastle drops in as the team discuss the 15-point deduction at Juventus – what happens next and how widely will the ramifications be felt? The significance of Bayern Munich’s decision to sack their goalkeeping coach and Barca’s up-turn in form are also discussed. Plus – the story of the striker who almost lost his leg but recovered to play against PSG and some funny stories about Jose Mourinho as the Roma boss turns 60. TOPICS: 5 mins - James Horncastle on the 15-point deduction at Juventus – and what happens next 17 mins - Why the sacking of Bayern’s goalkeeping coach is significant 31 mins - Barca’s improved form – and how Ousmane Dembele is key to this 37 mins - The striker who almost lost his leg but then recovered to play against PSG 45 mins - Jose Mourinho at 60
Steve Crossman is joined by senior football reporter Ian Dennis, former Nottingham Forest defender Wes Morgan and ex-Republic of Ireland forward Clinton Morrison to review Manchester United’s 3-0 EFL Cup semi-final 1st leg win at Nottingham Forest. They look at the ever-impressive form of Marcus Rashford after his 10th goal in 10 matches, and assess the impact Wout Weghorst has had after his first goal for the club. We also hear from both Erik Ten Hag and Steve Cooper on their side’s respective performances. TIMECODES: 01:30 – Match analysis; 04:20 – Marcus Rashford’s excellent form; 11:45 – Post-match interview with Erik Ten Hag; 19:00 – Assessment of Nottingham Forest’s performance; 20:20 – Post-match interview with Steve Cooper.
Kelly Cates, correspondent John Murray, former England goalkeeper Rob Green and ex-Brighton forward Glenn Murray look back on Newcastle United’s 1-0 win at Southampton in the first leg of the EFL Cup semi-final. We hear from Newcastle head coach Eddie Howe and Southampton manager Nathan Jones on the result, which takes Newcastle one step closer to a first major final since 1999. There’s also reaction to Accrington Stanley setting up a FA Cup 4th Round tie at home to Leeds United by beating non-league Boreham Wood. And the panel discuss whether Marcelo Bielsa would be the right fit at Everton to replace Frank Lampard. TIMECODES 01:30 – Analysis of Newcastle’s 1-0 win over Southampton, including interviews with Eddie Howe and Nathan Jones; 14:30 – Reaction to Accrington Stanley advancing in the FA Cup; 19:00 – Rob Green and Glenn Murray on Marcelo Bielsa; 27:00 – Preview of Nottingham Forest v Manchester United.
Mark Chapman presents the Monday Night Club on the day Frank Lampard is sacked as Everton manager. Mark’s joined by Premier League winner Chris Sutton, New York Times chief soccer correspondent Rory Smith and Everton star Izzy Christiansen. Also hear from former Everton winger Pat Nevin and the Daily Mail’s northern football correspondent Dominic King. The panel also discuss the return of the Arsenal-Manchester United rivalry. TOPICS: 4:45 – Everton sack Lampard, 23:25 – What next for Frank? 29:30 – Arsenal-Man Utd.
Ben Haines presents reaction to Sunday’s Premier League football. He’s joined by former top flight players Nigel Reo-Coker, Neil Taylor and Jobi McAnuff. Also hear from Oleksandr Zinchenko and all the managers involved. TOPICS: 3:40 – Arsenal-Man Utd, 5:25 – Zinchenko interview, 11:25 – Arteta interview, 17:10 – ten Hag interview, 27:45 – Man City-Wolves, 35:35 – Guardiola interview, 38:35 – Lopetegui interview, 40:45 – Leeds-Brentford, 41:00 – Marsch & Frank, 43:50 – postponements.
West Ham beat Everton in the big game at the bottom of the Premier League and we hear from David Moyes and Frank Lampard. The only other team to win in the Premier League on Saturday were Aston Villa courtesy of an Ollie Watkins goal at Southampton. Interviews with the Villa matchwinner and Saints boss Nathan Jones. Newcastle set a new club record of 15 top flight matches unbeaten after earning a point away at Palace. And it’s the same scoreline between Liverpool and Chelsea. Jurgen Klopp and Graham Potter have their say. TIMECODES 02:28 – West Ham v Everton chat 11:17 – Southampton v Villa featuring Nathan Jones and Ollie Watkins interviews 19:27 – Liverpool v Chelsea featuring Graham Potter and Jurgen Klopp interviews 28:43 – Crystal Palace v Newcastle chat
Darren Fletcher is joined by former Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin, ex-Scotland international Don Hutchison and Lille defender Jose Fonte to preview a big weekend in the Premier League. They ask whether West Ham's game with Everton could be the final time David Moyes or Frank Lampard manages their respective side. There's a preview of leaders Arsenal's game with Manchester United and a look at Southampton and Crystal Palace's current situations. And The Athletic's David Ornstein drops by to explain why Chelsea have spent so much in the January transfer window. TIMECODES: 04:30 - Chelsea's January transfer window; 20:20 - West Ham v Everton preview; 31:30 - Preview of Arsenal v Manchester United; 39:00 - Southampton and Crystal Palace.
Port Vale owner Carol Shanahan and Derby County defender Curtis Davies are on the pod this week. They're joined by Kick It Out's Sanjay Bhandari to react to an independent panel finding ex-Crawley Town boss John Yems guilty of racist abuse, banning him from football for 15 months, yet also accepting Yems was "not a conscious racist". Nathan Blake drops by to discuss another managerial departure at Cardiff City and the club's apparent inability to build for the future. We also chat Portsmouth's surprising new appointment, and as part of the EFL's Week of Action we hear from the Burnley boss Vincent Kompany on the bond he has already forged with the supporters.
Steve Crossman presents reaction to Manchester City 4-2 Tottenham Hotspur. He’s joined by Maz Farookhi and former Premier League midfielder Steve Stone. Also hear from both managers, including a punchy interview with Pep Guardiola. INTERVIEWS: 13:50 – Pep Guardiola, 17:15 – Antonio Conte.
Steve Crossman presents a round-up of Europe’s big football stories. He’s joined by Guillem Balagué, James Horncastle and Kristof Terreur. The panel chat about Real Madrid’s rocky patch, Napoli’s title charge and Anderlecht’s implosion. Also on the agenda, it’s all change at Juventus and what’s Mauricio Pochettino up to? TOPICS: 4:30 – Madrid, 13:10 – Juventus, 22:35 – Napoli, 30:45 – Pochettino, 36:25 – Anderlecht.
Juliette Ferrington has reaction to Manchester United’s draw at Crystal Palace in the Premier League and Leeds United’s win over Cardiff City in the FA Cup. She’s joined by former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin and ex-Leeds goalkeeper Paul Robinson. Andy Mitten from the United We Stand magazine and Gyp Walters from the Leeds United Supporters' trust have their say. And hear from all the managers involved as well as Leeds striker Patrick Bamford. TOPICS: 0.50 – Palace-Man Utd, 5:35 – ten Hag interview, 8:20 – Vieira interview, 11:25 – Leeds-Cardiff, 18:35 – Bamford interview, 22:00 – Marsch interview, 23:55 – Whitehead interview.
Holders Liverpool are through to the fourth round of the FA Cup. Kelly Cates presents reaction to their win at Molineux and we hear from Jurgen Klopp and matchwinner Harvey Elliott. Michael Brown and the Preston manager Ryan Lowe are also on the pod to discuss Leeds’ worrying lack of results and North End’s upcoming Cup tie against Antonio Conte and Tottenham. And journalist Laurie Whitwell drops by with all the details of Sir Jim Ratcliffe announcing he’s entered the race to buy Manchester United. TIMECODES 06:30 – Harvey Elliott interview 11:52 – Wolves chat 16:30 – Jurgen Klopp interview 24:18 – Leeds chat and Jesse Marsch audio 33:18 – Ryan Lowe facing Tottenham 36:18 – Manchester United take-over news
Mark Chapman presents the Monday Night Club with ex-Premier League players Chris Sutton and Micah Richards plus the New York Times chief soccer correspondent Rory Smith. They discuss whether Arsenal are now favourites to win the Premier League title and the rejuvenation at Manchester United under Erik ten Hag. The team also discuss Brighton’s fascinating Japanese winger Kaoru Mitoma, while Owen Coyle drops by to discuss Queen’s Park and their push for a third consecutive promotion. TOPICS 1 min - Why Jesse Marsch joined LinkedIn and what Chris Sutton does on it 4 mins - Arsenal’s improvements under Mikel Arteta and whether they are title favourites 18 mins - The was he, wasn’t he offside decision in the Manchester derby and the super job being done by Erik ten Hag. 34 mins - The joy of Brighton winger Kaoru Mitoma 40 mins - Owen Coyle on managing Queen’s Park
Kelly Somers has reaction to Sunday’s football stories. She’s joined by former Tottenham defender Stephen Kelly, ex-Palace midfielder Jobi McAnuff and The Telegraph’s Luke Edwards. Hear from Martin Ødegaard, Antonio Conte, Eddie Howe, Marco Silva, Kai Havertz and Patrick Vieira. TOPICS: 1:30 – Tottenham-Arsenal, 7:20 – Ødegaard interview, 14:10 – Conte clip, 18:10 – Newcastle-Fulham, 24:05 – Howe interview, 28:20 – Silva interview, 35:00 – Chelsea-Crystal Palace, 38:25 – Havertz interview, 42:20 – Mudryk, 47:10 – Vieira interview.
This is an action packed Sports Report as Mark Chapman navigates his way through the huge talking points from Saturday’s Premier League games. He starts in Manchester as Man United came from behind to beat Man City in a derby game that had everything at Old Trafford. Correspondent John Murray gives his analysis of the match as does Micah Richards and they hear from both Erik ten Hag and Pep Guardiola. Then attention turns to Goodison Park as Everton suffer another loss – this time to Southampton. As fans staged a sit-in protest inside the stadium under pressure boss, Frank Lampard gives his views. It was a day to forget for another Merseyside team as Liverpool lost away from home – they were thrashed by Brighton. Jurgen Klopp comes on the pod, so does a rather jubilant Danny Welbeck. Analysis also comes from the City ground as Forest put two past Leicester for a win and we head to the Community Stadium as Brentford continue their dominant form in the league, with victory over Bournemouth. And Chappers hears from Julen Lopetegui as his side, Wolves get the win over West Ham who are now in the relegation zone. Timecodes: 3’00 – Manchester derby chat. 10’00 – Everton v Southampton analysis. 17’00 – Brighton v Liverpool reaction. 21’00 – Forest v Leicester section. 23’00 – Wolves v West Ham match chat. 25’00 – Brentford v Bournemouth reaction.
The Big Derby Weekend

The Big Derby Weekend

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Darren Fletcher is joined by Michael Brown and multi-Premier League winning goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel ahead of two of the biggest Premier League derbies this weekend. Ahead of the Manchester derby, they discuss whether Erik Ten Hag’s side can topple Manchester City, Peter gives his opinion on the future of David De Gea, and ask whether Erling Haaland has truly been a positive impact for Pep Guardiola’s side. They also look at what could be a huge game in the title race for Arsenal, as they look to increase their lead at the top of the table to potentially 8 points as they travel to Spurs.
Aaron Paul presents the Football Daily’s weekly dive into the EFL. He’s joined by Wycombe defender Joe Jacobson and Port Vale defender Mal Benning. They reflect on Coventry City’s ownership change with the Coventry Telegraph’s Andy Turner. Hear from new Norwich boss David Wagner. The chaps discuss the play-off mix in the Championship and League One. Catch a sit-down interview with Bolton boss Ian Evatt, and hear from Scott Lindsey after he swapped Swindon Town for Crawley Town in League Two. TOPICS: 5:05 – Coventry ownership, 16:55 – Norwich & play-off mix, 22:55 – League One play-off mix, 29:40 – Ian Evatt interview, 39:55 – Swindon/Crawley.
Steve Crossman presents the latest edition of Euro Leagues. He’s joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Mina Rzouki to chat about Joao Felix’s move to Chelsea and the chaos of the French FA. The team also discuss Gareth Bale’s retirement and his legacy in Spain, as well as Juventus’ resurgence in Serie A. Gerard Pique’s Kings League and the mystery ‘Enigma’ player are also discussed.
Maisie Adam and Luke Edwards dive head first into three more transfer stories. In today's pod Maisie is super excited as we have our first Leeds United rumour of the window, could Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang really be on his way to back to Barcelona and who could Unai Emery be reunited with at Villa Park? Listen to Transfer Gossip Daily every week day in January only on BBC Sounds.
Comments (167)

Melina Angelica Moscovitch

Why the f""k do you insist on bringing on Guillem Balague? I literally need to stop what i am doing to forward past him. Does he honestly think he knows more about the French and France than Julien Laurent? When will the BBC sack him and see their number of subscribers soar?

Dec 17th
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Kamie Mcvittie

Why there's no any comments here?

Dec 17th
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Tewolde Stewart

alring

Dec 15th
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Charlie Quechiefo

just heard today's pod, a night before the semi final clash... The verdict by ex Tottenham player is the plain truth about the problem of our 3 Lions 🦁, the press are part of the problem. Objectivity as disappeared in our football journalists. No drama please

Dec 12th
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Savara

This world cup had many failures, like the total banning of freedom of speech. What happened during the games of the IR regime team was a shame, the Qatari guards banned people to carry any item supporting the protests in Iran for obtaining freedom. Arresting people brutally and shutting down any voice against the regime. Well, seem this world cup is just coverage of the inhuman deeds of Qatar. No one even asks about those innocent workers who lost their lives to build a one-time used stadium. Rather not to watch or support such a shameful world cup. Have anyone heard about North Korea hosting the future world cup? ;))

Dec 9th
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man man

Thanks for sharing the article, and more impo https://vidmate.onl/download/ rtantly, your personal experience of mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to

Dec 3rd
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man man

Thanks for sharing the art https://vidmate.onl/ icle, and more importantly, your personal experience of mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to

Dec 3rd
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Jack Grant

Started this podcast, it's great

Dec 1st
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

Thank God for the show notes. Looking forward to an episode without Guillem Balague. Until then i will continue to tune in to the competition where thankfully the rest of the team (except the presenter of the week) provide insightful commentary.

Nov 16th
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

When will tou be dropping Guillem.so that i can listen to your podcast again?

Sep 29th
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Rob

so excited to see how they get on 🇬🇧WATP

Aug 30th
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Kousha H Nia

This season will be interesting

Aug 8th
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Melina Angelica Moscovitch

Welcome back Steve, Julien, Rafael and Kristof! I was so psyched when i read the podcast notes and saw that Guilem's name was omitted. It is such a shame that the BBC can't see their way to dropping him. i will.enjoy the podcasts till he returns then it is back to listening to the competition.

Aug 4th
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David Hattan

Edwards isn't sitting on the fence about Newcastle's 3rd strip and he isn't correct about it either. He claims to know nothing about the many Newcastle 2nd strips with green and he has a very short memory to forget the 2nd strip as we welcomed in the new millennium. forget sports washing, it's more about sensationalism in the heck world

Jun 29th
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Ola OmoPupa Sapo

The episode isnt playing. Please fix.

Jun 28th
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Ola OmoPupa Sapo

A few episodes have gone missing and there are some which give error messages. For example, the end of season review episode on May 25th, 2022. please fix when possible. thanks

Jun 28th
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Kain Kenny

One of the very best players ever

Jun 27th
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Munna Kabir

nks for sharing the article, and more impo https://vidmate.onl/download/ rtantly, your personal experience mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to

May 18th
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Munna Kabir

nks for sharing the article, and m https://vidmate.onl/ ore importantly, your personal experience mindfully using our emotions as data about our inner state and knowing when it’s better to de-escalate by taking a time out are great tools. Appreciate you reading and sharing your story since I can certainly relate and I think others can to

May 18th
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colum o'leary

Frank Lampard has now found a way to become a slave and performer of the dark arts / shit housery. He's been an agressive misserable man his whole career and been good at it so he shouldn't change it

May 9th
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