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




Crespo's Chelsea verdict and Dyche's debut

Darren Fletcher is joined by Clinton Morrison and Michael Brown to preview the weekend’s Premier League football. We hear from Sean Dyche as he prepares for his first game as Everton manager, when they host league leaders Arsenal on Saturday. Former Argentina, Chelsea and Inter Milan forward Hernan Crespo joins the pod to talk about Enzo Fernandez. And the guys discuss Manchester City’s decision to let Joao Cancelo join Bayern Munich on loan. TOPICS 01:30 - Dyche begins at Everton 13:15 -...


72+: Mehmeti millions, Cowley’s classes & Jimmy’s Iron

Aaron Paul rounds up the big stories of the week in the EFL and beyond. He’s joined by former Portsmouth boss Danny Cowley and ex-West Brom coach Alex Bruce. Danny talks about life post-Portsmouth, a month on from getting the sack. Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth drops in after selling his star man Anis Mehmeti. And new Scunthorpe boss Jimmy Dean swings by as he looks to save the club from another relegation. TOPICS: 2:20 – Cowley post-Pompey, 11:30 – transfers, 14:05 – Wycombe/Ainsworth,...


Euro Leagues: money, money, money

Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Kristof Terreur. They discuss the high-profile transfers of Enzo Fernandez and Joao Cancelo – plus how the big-spending Premier League has changed the face of football in Europe. They also look at how January did not go quite so well for PSG and delve into the remarkable story of Reims’ young English manager Will Still. Plus, they all pick out a January transfer that really caught their eye.


Man Utd beat Forest to reach Wembley

Steve Crossman presents reaction to Manchester United beating Nottingham Forest to reach the EFL Cup Final alongside René Meulensteen, James McFadden and Ali Bruce-Ball. Also, hear from Erik Ten Hag and Steve Cooper. Author of The Price Of Football, Kieran Maguire, takes a closer look at Chelsea's January transfer business. TOPICS: 11:20 – Steve Cooper, 16:15 – Erik Ten Hag, 34:40 – Kieran Maguire.


Toon triumph as Newcastle make Wembley final

Kelly Cates presents reaction to Newcastle United making the EFL Cup final after beating Southampton. She’s joined by correspondent John Murray, former Scotland winger Pat Nevin and ex-Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan. Also hear from Eddie Howe, Sean Longstaff and Nathan Jones. INTERVIEWS: 16:45 – Howe, 20:05 – Jones, 23:20 – Longstaff.


Transfer deadline day special

Kelly Cates presents reaction to the biggest transfers of deadline day. She’s joined by senior reporter Ian Dennis, former Chelsea goalkeeper Rob Green and Spanish journalist Guillem Balagué. TOPICS: 1:25 – Enzo Fernández to Chelsea, 13:00 – Jorginho to Arsenal, 17:25 – Tottenham transfers, 19:50 - Keylor Navas to Forest, 21:30 - Marcel Sabitzer to Man Utd.


5 Live Sport: FA Cup Football 2022-23: Birmingham City v Blackburn Rovers

Live commentary of Birmingham City v Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup 4th round replay.


Deadline Day to remember?

Darren Fletcher is joined by Chris Sutton, David Ornstein and Luke Edwards to get stuck into the big transfer stories of the day and reflect on West Ham’s win over Derby in the FA Cup. TOPICS: 01:20 – Cancelo to Bayern 06:50 – Jorginho to Arsenal 08:30 – Chelsea’s dealings 13:30 – Russo to Arsenal 14:55 – Dyche at Everton 18:30 – Derby 0-2 West Ham 21:27 – David Moyes interview 22:50 – Newcastle and the EFL Cup 33:00 – Nottingham Forest’s signings


Rocking Wrexham, Magic Mitoma & jumping for joy

Ben Haines presents reaction to Sunday’s FA Cup ties. He’s joined by former Swansea and Wrexham defender Neil Taylor and ex-Swindon and Luton striker Sam Parkin. Hear from Wrexham fans who were at their 3-3 draw with Sheffield United, and catch interviews with Phil Parkinson and Paul Heckingbottom. Also hear from Lewis Dunk, Roberto De Zerbi and Jürgen Klopp after Brighton’s late win over Liverpool. Steve Evans is angry after Stevenage’s defeat at Stoke. And hear from the Grimsby...


5 Live Sport: FA Cup Football 2022-23: Stoke City v Stevenage

Live football commentary of Stoke City v Stevenage in the 4th round of the FA Cup.


Harry Haddocks, Wrexham romance & Caicedo saga

Kelly Somers presents reaction to Saturday’s FA Cup ties and looks ahead to Sunday. She’s joined by Derby County captain Curtis Davies and the Telegraph’s Luke Edwards. Hear from Sunderland boss Tony Mowbray, Fulham’s Marco Silva and Grimsby’s Harry Clifton. Also catch interviews with Leeds striker Patrick Bamford, Tottenham’s Son Heung-min, Southampton’s Romain Perraud and Wrexham’s Paul Mullin. And get former Everton midfielder Leon Osman’s take on Manchester United. TOPICS: 1:05 – Curtis...


5 Live Sport: FA Cup Football 2022-23: Southampton v Blackpool

Live football commentary of Southampton v Blackpool in the 4th round of the FA Cup.


5 Live Sport: FA Cup Football 2022-23: Walsall v Leicester City

Live football commentary of Walsall v Leicester City in the FA Cup fourth round.


Heart-Aké for Arsenal & Dyche’s Everton destiny

Darren Fletcher presents the Friday Football Social. Clinton Morrison reacts to Manchester City 1-0 Arsenal in the FA Cup; hear from Pep Guardiola. Sébastien Bassong, Nigel Reo-Coker and the Daily Mail’s Dominic King discuss Sean Dyche’s expected move to Everton, Newcastle’s deal for Anthony Gordon and Tottenham’s transfer business. And Scottish defender Jen Beattie drops in after retiring from international football. TOPICS: 0:55 - Man City-Arsenal, 8:15 - Dyche to Everton, 25:00 - Gordon...


72+: The big freeze & Hendo’s Rochdale relish

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 –...


What next for Juve? Plus Bayern, Barca and Jose at 60

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...


Rashford scores again as Man Utd cruise to EFL Cup win

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...


Joelinton takes Newcastle one step closer to Wembley

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...


MNC: Lampard leaves, Arteta’s antics & flag fury

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?...


Steady Eddie Nketiah & Haaland’s hat-trick heroics

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.