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

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English


Episodes

It’s England Day! (And Mexico stun Germany)

6/17/2018
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As Joachim Low’s side lose in a disappointing performance against Mexico, Danny Murphy is incredulous at Leroy Sane’s omission from Low’s squad. Philippe Coutinho and Aleksander Kolarov both score goals worthy of a comparison to Ronaldo's free kick and we’re inside the England camp with Gareth Southgate on the day they take on Tunisia.

Duration:00:39:42

Icelandic gameplans and commentary

6/16/2018
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How do Iceland keep getting famous results? Mark Chapman is joined by Peter Odemwingie, Alex Scott and Steve ‘Mr Iceland’ Crossman as the tournament gets its first VAR controversies, while Nick Pope denies hiding under the bed to not play football. Plus Peter Odemwingie shares his concerns about Nigeria, and Steve Crossman explains why a scandal involving the ‘Godfather of Croatian football’ is affecting Luka Modric, and we hear a lot more Icelandic commentary.

Duration:00:34:04

Ronaldo, Costa and ping pong with Pogba

6/15/2018
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Mark Chapman, Guillem Balague, Pat Nevin and “Mr Iceland” Steve Crossman reflect on a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick in an absolute thriller between Spain and Portugal. There’s a confusing story about Nigerians and chickens, David Ornstein joins the pod after losing to Jordan Pickford at darts and Mark meets Paul Pogba to chat table tennis and sharks.

Duration:00:39:42

Robbie Williams and The Atlas Lions

6/14/2018
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Who better to open the World Cup in Russia...than Robbie Williams? The hosts are up and running, but how bad were Saudi Arabia? Kelly Cates chews the opening day fat with Chris Sutton, Terry Butcher and Matthew Upson while Trent Alexander-Arnold reveals his mum still calls to check he’s using suncream. There’s a quiz about St Petersburg, some world class analysis on England’s defence and the panel have to choose between Luis Suarez and Mo Salah.

Duration:00:39:27

Spain chaos and putting your own pants on

6/13/2018
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Mark cashes in some Match of the Day favours to get Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer on the podcast. Spain sack their coach on the eve of the tournament, Kelly Cates makes her World Cup Daily debut and there’s a conversation about pundits having to put their own pants on.

Duration:00:40:28

Southgate, redemption and the search for perfection

6/11/2018
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From that penalty at Euro 96 to leading England into Russia 2018 - Mark Chapman and Ian Dennis bring you a special podcast about Gareth Southgate. You’ll learn that Southgate is not “too nice”, how he’s taken tips from the NFL, Cirque du Soleil and the Royal Marines and why his former manager wanted him to be a travel agent. Oh and Ian Dennis is great, but not at cricket.

Duration:00:41:13

Fortnite vs Call of Duty, and learning Russian with Eric Dier

6/11/2018
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England want to win the World Cup – and there’s nothing wrong with saying it! Mark Chapman is with the team for a special episode before they fly to Russia. Harry Kane and Dele Alli are in confident mood, there’s a lot of chat about Fortnite, Eric Dier learns some Russian, while Trent Alexander-Arnold makes Mark feel really old by revealing his earliest World Cup memory is from 2006...

Duration:00:42:00

Boredom, Beckham and rooming with Gazza

6/10/2018
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Mark Chapman and former England goalkeeper Rob Green bring you a special episode about life inside a World Cup camp. Rob reveals that Fabio Capello used to call him fat on a daily basis, Paul Ince tells you what time Ian Wright goes to bed, Chris Waddle tells all about rooming with Gazz, while Mark suggests Love Island can bring the England squad together. They also speak to journalist Henry Winter who’s getting ready for his eighth World Cup.

Duration:00:39:59