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The latest sport with coverage and debate, featuring commentaries on the big games and sporting events




Boom! A Jurgen Klopp special

A special in-depth interview with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp ahead of their Champions League final against Real Madrid. Mark Chapman is joined by Spanish football journalist Guillem Balague who went out to Marbella to interview Klopp, and German football writer Rafa Honigstein who has written a book on Klopp's career. You will also hear from Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana on what it's like to play for Klopp.


'Southgate thinks Kane is a shining example to England's players'

Delyth Lloyd and John Murray present reaction as Harry Kane is named England captain for this summer's World Cup. Hear from the Tottenham forward, his Spurs teammate Kieran Trippier as well as journalists Andy Dunn and Jeremy Cross, who believe manager Gareth Southgate thinks Kane is a "shining example" for the rest of the squad. And Sir Trevor Brooking gives his reaction to Manuel Pellegrini's appointment as West Ham boss.


Arsenal manager search like a sushi train - Wright

Chris Sutton and Rory Smith join Mark Chapman and Ian Wright on the Monday Night Club to react to Arsenal choosing Unai Emery as their new manager. You'll also hear from French football expert Julien Laurens on Emery’s time at PSG and the views of Arsenal supporters.


Mourinho's style does not suit Rashford playing as a number 9 - Nevin

Jonathan Overend, BBC football correspondent John Murray, former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin and Jay Mottershead, writer for the Republick of Mancunia website, analyse Chelsea's FA CUP victory over Manchester United. Pat Nevin says Rashford 'lacks the physicality to play as a centre-forward'. They also discuss the future of Antonio Conte who might leave Chelsea and reflect on Celtic winning the double-treble in Scotland.


I’m totally committed to Chelsea – Conte

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he is "totally committed" to Chelsea following their FA Cup win over Manchester United. The Burnley manager Sean Dyche and former Wales midfielder Robbie Savage join Mark Chapman at Wembley for reaction. You will hear from Conte and United manager Jose Mourinho, who says his side were the better team in the final.


'The final will be tight and it might go all the way' - Jenas

Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas preview the FA CUP Final between Chelsea and Manchester United. They are joined in the studio by Paul Parker, who won the FA Cup with Manchester united in 1994, former England defender Matthew Upson and former West Ham winger Matthew Etherington. We also hear from Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte, Eden Hazard, Paul Pogba and we discuss the Scottish Cup Final, Celtic vs Motherwell at Hampden Park on Saturday.


It's exciting that England have three in-form goalkeepers - Rachel Brown-Finnis

Gareth Southgate picked Jordan Pickford, Nick Pope and Jack Butland. Who should be first choice? Jacqui Oatley is joined by former Australia, Fulham (and many others...) goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, former England, Liverpool and Everton goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, and former Sunderland and Darlington keeper turned journalist David Preece. They are talking all about goalkeeping - busting myths, analysing the finer details of being a number one.


Southgate is not afraid to take the difficult decisions - Schwarzer

Jacqui Oatley alongside former Middlesbrough and Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer and the Telegraph's Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt discuss Gareth Southgate on his England World Cup selection. We also hear Sven Goran Eriksson's thoughts on the squad and Jurgen Klopp on how he broke the news to Trent Alexander Arnold that he was in the Englnad squad. Plus reaction to Pep Guardiola extending his contract at Manchester City until 2021.


England squad lacks creativity and imagination – Waddle

Former England internationals Chris Waddle and Terry Butcher join Mark Chapman for reaction to Gareth Southgate's 23-man World Cup squad. They discuss the midfield, the uncapped Trent Alexander-Arnold and the three goalkeepers chosen for Russia. Plus, you will hear from ex-England striker Alan Shearer who believes the squad has "got energy and youth."


'It could be an extraordinarily inexperienced England squad'

Mark Pougatch is joined by journalists Neil Ashton, Sam Wallace and Henry Winter to look ahead to England's World Cup squad announcement. They examine what the omissions of Jack Wilshere and Joe Hart means for their international futures, and predict whether Gareth Southgate will make any surprise choices when the squad is announced on Wednesday.


Germany ditch Gotze, and new starts for Tuchel and Mancini

Mark Pougatch is joined by Mina Rzouki, James Horncastle, Rafa Honigstein and Julien Laurens to assess the World Cup squad announcements from the European competitors, including Germany's decision to omit 2014 World Cup-winning goalscorer Mario Gotze. The team analyse whether Marseille can stop Atletico Madrid adding to their collection of European titles, and discuss the latest managerial moves across the continent, including Thomas Tuchel taking over at PSG, and Roberto Mancini becoming...


Ederson the difference for Man City this season - Sutton

Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, Leon Osman and Rory Smith to review the final weekend of the Premier League. Chris Sutton says that the signing of Ederson was perhaps Man City's greatest difference to last season, following a record-breaking campaign for Pep Guardiola's side. The team also begin to look ahead to England's World Cup squad announcement, asking if Jonjo Shelvey deserves a place in the squad.


Liverpool head to Kiev full of confidence - Nevin

Mark Chapman rounds up all the reaction from the final day of the Premier League. Liverpool clinch top-four place as Chelsea lose 3-0 at Newcastle. Swansea seven years stay in the Premier League come to an end as they are beaten by Stoke City. We hear from Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, Newcastle's Rafa Benitez and West Ham's David Moyes.


Rooney one of the Premier League's greats - Hutchison

Jermaine Jenas is joined by Pat Nevin, Asmir Begovic and Don Hutchison to preview the final weekend of Premier League action. The team also discuss Wayne Rooney's potential move to American side DC United, with Hutchison believing the Everton man will be remembered as one of the top flight's best players, should he decide to leave. And as Arsene Wenger prepares for his final game in charge of Arsenal, the team examine possible successors, with Bournemouth's Eddie Howe described as the...


‘Everton might be better off without Rooney & Allardyce’

‘A huge loss to the Premier League’ or ‘goodbye to an ageing carthorse’ – opinions are certainly split after Wayne Rooney agrees a deal in principle that could see him leave Everton for Major League Soccer side DC United this summer in a £12.5m deal. Eleanor Olydroyd speaks to the BBC’s Simon Stone, American journalist Brian Straus and Henry Winter of The Times to discuss why Rooney’s fairytale return to Merseyside could end under a cloud. You'll also hear from Arsene Wenger during his...


Huddersfield survival 'sensational for football' - Warnock

Mark Chapman hosts reaction to Huddersfield Town securing their Premier League status for next season and Spurs ensuring there will be Champions League football at their new stadium. Features interviews with Aaron Mooy, Laurent Depoitre, David Wagner, Mauricio Pochettino and Antonio Conte, plus analysis from Stephen Warnock and Steve Claridge.


Chiles: ‘Heartbreaking for Darren Moore’ as Southampton relegate West Brom

Reaction to a priceless win for Southampton in their fight to avoid relegation. Saints' win sends West Brom down and leaves Swansea with a mountain to climb if they are to avoid the same fate. We get Adrian Chiles' immediate thoughts on his club going down on the same day Darren Moore was named manager of the month. Features analysis from Francis Benali and Danny Gabbidon and post-match interviews with managers Carlos Carvalhal and Mark Hughes.


Pep Guardiola - the man and the manager

Mark Chapman, Guillem Balague, Pat Nevin and the Daily Mail's Ian Ladyman examine the secrets of Pep Guardiola's success. Manchester City defender Kyle Walker gives an insight into what it's like playing under the Spaniard, telling us Guardiola is a "friend as well as a manager." Hear also from Jordi Cruyff, who explains the influence his father Johan had on Guardiola.


Jimmy Armfield: A football gentleman (first broadcast 30/08/17)

Jimmy Armfield won 43 caps for England including the World Cup winning squad of 1966. He made a club record 568 appearances for Blackpool, managed Bolton Wanderers and Leeds United and became the voice of football for many. 5 live's Mark Pougatch looks back on one of the English game's most iconic figures. We also find out how he reflects on playing alongside legends: Stanley Matthews, Alf Ramsey and Bobby Moore, appointing Terry Venables and Glen Hoddle as England managers, football in...


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