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72+: Final day feels
Aaron Paul is joined by Curtis Davies and Darragh MacAnthony discuss the latest EFL news as the football league regular season draws to a close.
Peterborough chairman Darragh is in jovial mood after his side finally clinched automatic promotion to the Championship last week - he reveals how they celebrated and how he's already planning for next season.
Curtis talks us through his week at Derby as they attempt to avoid the drop to League One against Sheffield Wednesday including insight into Wayne Rooney's approach to the game.
And Doncaster legend James Coppinger joins us ahead of his final game before retiring after an incredible career at Doncaster spanning more than 700 games.
We also look at the other promotion and relegation permutations in League One and League Two.
01:15: Darragh talks us through Peterborough's promotion rollercoaster.
07:25: Curtis discusses how his Derby side have approached their preparation to stay in the Championship on the final day.
10:00: Doncaster legend James Coppinger joins the show.
25:43: How Darragh is preparing for next season already.
27:35: The business end - the permutations in the EFL on the final day and looking back on the season.
Euro Leagues: Misery for Mikel and Arsenal's agony
Steve Crossman is joined by Lee Dixon, Matthew Upson and Alistair Bruce-Ball to reflect on Arsenal’s miserable exit from the Europa League semi-finals, effectively ending their hopes of European football next season.
A goalless draw at the Emirates was not enough as they lost 2-1 to Villarreal on aggregate and missed out on the chance to play Manchester United in the final.
Arsenal fans Harry Symeou and Jonny Cochrane join the show to discuss Mikel Arteta’s future and where the club goes now after this latest setback.
There may be no English domination in the Europa League but Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle are on the pod to discuss the English success in the Champions League, what Pep Guardiola has done to turn Manchester City's season around and whether Zinedine Zidane will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season.
Plus, how will Jose Mourinho fare on his return to Italy as he prepares to take charge of Roma next season?
02:03 - Reaction to Arsenal's Europa League exit
10:48 - Arsenal fans Harry Symeou and Jonny Cochrane share their thoughts on Mikel Arteta's future
18:59 - Mikel Arteta interview
22:37 - Reaction to Manchester United reaching the final with Conor McNamara
30:29 - What went wrong for PSG at Manchester City
35:09 - What Pep Guardiola did to ensure this season is a success
38:59 - The triumph for Thomas Tuchel and Thiago Silva in the reaching the Champions League final
43:14 - How injuries undermined Real Madrid’s season and whether Zinedine Zidane will leave
43:26 - What Jose Mourinho's move to Roma says about him and Serie A
Chelsea set up all-English final
Mark Chapman and the 5 Live Sport commentary team discuss Chelsea's 3-1 aggregate win over Real Madrid in the semi-final's of the Champions League which has set up an all-English final against Manchester City.
The team look at the work Thomas Tuchel has done to transform their season by leading them to both the FA Cup and Champions League finals.
We hear from the Chelsea boss as well as former winger Pat Nevin on their achievement and debate who will come out on top when they clash with Manchester City.
And could we see another all-English final in Europe as Arsenal and Manchester United contest their Europa League semi-finals against Villarreal and Roma respectively on Thursday. We hear from Mikel Arteta and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
TOPICS & CONTENT
00:29: How Chelsea secured a Champions League final.
10:16: Chelsea fan Sam Obaseki talks about the thrill of Chelsea's efforts.
14:05: Should and all-English final really take place in Istanbul?
19:30 Thomas Tuchel interview.
22:43: Looking ahead to the Champions League final.
30:30: Time for a Real Madrid rebuild?
34:03: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer interview and Man United chat.
38:08: Mikel Arteta interview
40:05: Gulliem Balague talks Villarreal and Arsenal.
City make history
John Murray, Nedum Onuoha and Dion Dublin join Kelly Cates to react to Manchester City reaching the Champions League final for the very first time. We hear from Pep Guardiola who's finally back in a final a decade on from his last success with Barcelona and we get a fan's perspective from City TV presenter Natalie Pike. Will it be an all-English final in Istanbul later this month? We hear from Thomas Tuchel ahead of Chelsea's second leg against Real Madrid. And we get reaction from the Italian capital as Jose Mourinho is announced as Roma's new manager for next season.
The Rise of Riyad
Steve Crossman, Nedum Onuoha & Andy King discuss the rise of Manchester City's Riyad Mahrez.
MNC: United’s Fans, Ancelotti’s Lasagne Plans and Serie A back in Inter’s Hands
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The panel discuss the unrest at Old Trafford on Sunday before being joined by Jamie from “United We Stand”, who was part of the demonstrations and even got onto the pitch. Jamie explains what was behind the protest and how it came together before suggesting what they’ll do next in their attempts to get the Glazer Family’s attention. Focus turns to Everton to ask whether Carlo Ancelotti is underachieving at Goodison Park, before Gabriele Marcotti drops by to explain how Antonio Conte led Inter Milan to their first Serie A title for 10 years.
00.38 – Micah’s experience of the protests at Old Trafford
07.53 – Jamie from United We Stand
23.45 – Everton underperforming
40.00 – How Inter won Serie A
Great show as always but no air time for Fulhams first win ☹️☹️
Excellent insight into World Cup news! Good to hear a Boro lad on the radio too Ste Crossman UTB