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

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Episodes

Is there deep-rooted racism in football?

12/10/2018
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Following on from the alleged racism Raheem Sterling suffered from Chelsea fans, Nedum Onuoha and Curtis Davies speak of their experiences and ask if the problems from the 1970s ever went away. Plus Ian Dennis and Chris Sutton join Mark Chapman to debate on the title race, discuss Phil Foden’s future and look ahead to Tuesday’s Champions League ties for Tottenham and Liverpool.

Duration:00:38:15

The title race, racism and the 500 club

12/9/2018
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Jonathan Overend is joined by Karl Henry, Matthew Etherington and journalist Tom Collomosse as they discuss the title race, the alleged racial abuse of Raheem Sterling and James Milner joining the 500 club - plus all the weekend's other big talking points.

Duration:00:38:19

The Big Weekend Preview Pod

12/7/2018
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Maurizio Sarri says Manchester City are the best team in Europe, can his faltering Chelsea side get a result against the leaders this weekend? Pat Nevin, Steve Sidwell and Karen Carney join JJ to discuss that, why Fred can't get a game in the Manchester United midfield and does Jurgen Klopp have a point about tough-tackling Burnley? Plus, who does Neil Warnock think has the best squad in the bottom half?

Duration:00:40:11

How Bojan found happiness in England

12/6/2018
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An exclusive interview with Stoke’s Bojan Krkic as the man once described as the 'new Messi' tells Guillem Balague and Steve Crossman about his incredible career and how he has found fulfilment in England.

Duration:00:34:58

Another draw for Fury and Wolves savage Sarri

12/5/2018
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Mark Pougatch, John Murray and Robbie Savage round up all the reaction from the night's football. Tyson Fury watches on at Old Trafford as it ends 2-all between Manchester United and Arsenal, while Chelsea are beaten by Wolves. Jurgen Klopp discusses his side's 3-1 win, and we get to know Southampton's new boss a little better. Plus Kilmarnock move to the top of the Scottish Premiership.

Duration:00:27:04

City wobble but win, daft red cards and testimonial intensity Pogba

12/4/2018
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Lee Dixon joins the pod to chat the contrasting fortunes of Manchester United and Arsenal ahead of their meeting at Old Trafford. Kelly Cates rounds up the best of Tuesday’s action with Manchester City made to sweat at Watford as they clung on for a 2-1 win. Bournemouth move up to sixth and Brighton beat rivals Palace despite Shane Duffy head-butting an opponent approximately a foot away from the referee.

Duration:00:39:24

Is Ozil out and 'the Alpine Klopp' in?

12/3/2018
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Mark Pougatch, Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith from the New York Times discuss why the German number 10 can't find space under the new Arsenal boss Unai Emery. We learn more about Ralph Hasenhuttl, the Austrian manager, nicknamed 'the Alpine Klopp', who could replace Mark Hughes at Southampton. Also, reaction to Newcastle owner Mike Ashley saying he is "hopeful" the club will be sold and a focus on the most interesting ties of the upcoming FA Cup third round.

Duration:00:39:21

Pickford’s Derby Day Debacle

12/2/2018
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All the weekend’s football action reviewed by Jonathan Overend, Stephen Warnock, Michael Brown and Tom Collomosse including Liverpool’s last minute win over Everton, Arsenal’s come from behind triumph over Tottenham and why Mourinho’s lacking “mad dogs” at Manchester United. Plus we’re in Dublin to hear how the Euro 2020 draw panned out for the home nations.

Duration:00:41:29

The Big Weekend Preview Pod

11/30/2018
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Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas are joined by Michael Brown to preview the weekend’s fixtures, which include three derbies. Plus, there’s reaction to Cardiff’s win over Wolves which sees them out of the bottom three, and we celebrate Neil Warnock turning 70 with a special edition of ‘Higher or Lower?’.

Duration:00:39:18

De Ligt, De Long and the rebirth of Ajax

11/29/2018
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Steve Crossman, James Horncastle and Rafa Honigstein are joined by Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan and the BBC’s Patrick Jennings to discuss Ajax’s resurgence, the lingering problems at Bayern Munich and the first Genoa derby since the Morandi bridge tragedy.

Duration:00:39:23

Neymar and co upset Klopp and Spurs set a date with Barca

11/28/2018
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Kelly Cates, Stephen Warnock and Mark Lawrenson react to Liverpool's 2-1 defeat by Paris St Germain, while Christian Eriksen gives Tottenham hope as they beat Inter Milan 1-0. It means that both teams' fates will be decided in the final round of the group stages on 11th December.

Duration:00:26:05

United keep their bottle, jose throws his.

11/27/2018
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Manchester United and City are through to the last 16 of the Champions League. Jose Mourinho's side beat Young Boys one-nil thanks to a late Marouane Fellaini goal, whilst Manchester City drew two-all with Lyon.

Duration:00:27:32

When Harry met Sarri

11/26/2018
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Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Wright, Danny Mills and Ian Dennis to dissect the weekend’s football action. Up for discussion, does Maurizio Sarri need another approach at Chelsea, Unai Emery proves nobody is untouchable as he drops Mesut Ozil and Harry Redknapp in the jungle. Plus, trouble for Mark Hughes and delight for new Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri.

Duration:00:43:15

Swaggering Spurs, heartless United and is Alan Hutton the new Maradona?

11/25/2018
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Jonathan Overend is joined by Shola Ameobi, Matt Etherington and Karen Carney to discuss how Spurs strolled past Chelsea, is Mourinho the problem for Manchester United and how can Alan Hutton waltz through the entire Birmingham defence.

Duration:00:41:40

The Big Weekend Preview Pod

11/23/2018
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There are still three teams unbeaten in the Premier League after 12 games - a new record. But should Arsenal's invincibles be getting worried? We look ahead to Saturday's London Derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea and ask why has Jose Mourinho had another dig at some of his young players? Darren Fletcher is joined by former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock, Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton and former Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle.

Duration:00:39:18

Zlatan is Football Daily

11/21/2018
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells Steve Crossman about Paul Pogba, Man Utd, fatherhood, dodgy showers and life on Planet Zlatan in a wide-ranging interview.

Duration:00:33:28

Irish revolution, Scottish evolution and what next for the Welsh?

11/21/2018
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Reaction as Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane resign from their Republic of Ireland roles. Plus, we chat to Alex McLeish about a big result for Scotland and Reading midfielder Chris Gunter on becoming the most capped Welshman of all time. Steve Crossman is joined in the studio by former Everton midfielder Leon Osman and ex-Leeds and Preston manager Simon Grayson.

Duration:00:41:13

Finding Neymar

11/20/2018
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Scotland qualify for the Nations League play offs after beating Israel to top their group, but just how much do France and Germany buy in to the new format. Steve Crossman is joined by Owen Coyle, Alex Bruce and Pat Nevin, and Mike Williams hunts down Neymar in Milton Keynes.

Duration:00:40:18

MNC: What will England look like in 2020?

11/19/2018
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Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Charlie Adam join Steve Crossman to reflect on England's win over Croatia and what the future squad will look like at Euro 2020. The panel also discuss whether Gareth Southgate might be a target for a top-four club, a crucial game for Scotland and how Claudio Ranieri must approach his first game in charge at Fulham.

Duration:00:42:24

Kane winner tops off England's 'best year ever'

11/18/2018
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Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate, Jordan Pickford and Jesse Lingard join the pod after beating Croatia at Wembley to look back on an impressive 2018 for England. Henry Winter, Matthew Upson and Michael Brown analyse what Kane described as 'England's best ever year' and the plethora of options Southgate has in his youthful squad.

Duration:00:38:50