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Manchester City - Premier League Champions
Manchester City are the Premier League champions after Leicester beat Manchester United at Old Trafford to hand City their third title in four years. Steve Crossman is joined by a whole host of guests to assess some of the key performers and how unlikely their success looked at the start of the season. Plus, Guillem Balague explains that Pep Guardiola's future lies in Manchester for a good while yet.
00.37 – John Murray and ex-Manchester City midfielder Michael Brown on City’s achievement.
09.30 – Guillem Ballague on Pep Guardiola’s journey and the crucial role of assistant Juanma Lillo.
19.20 – Former City defender Nedum Onuoha, The Athletic’s Sam Lee and Pat Nevin on the influence of Ruben Dias, whether City will be even stronger next season, and Fernandinho’s future.
36.00 - Dave Mooney from the Blue Moon podcast.
MNC: Panenka’s, Leicester déjà vu and relegation picture complete
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club. The panel discuss if there is more to Sergio Aguero’s missed panenka penalty and whether Thomas Tuchel has found out the best way to play against a Pep Guardiola side. Ahead of Leicester City’s away trip to Manchester United on Wednesday, the team discuss whether Brendan Rodgers side can finish the season in the top four. Plus the relegation picture is complete, can West Brom bounce back next season under Sam Allardyce. And Mark talks to Alistair Bruce-Ball and Karen Carney after Fulham’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed after their defeat to Burnley
00:50 - The team on Agueros missed paneka
07:20 - Is there a psychological battle between Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel
13:16 - Leicester City’s Champions League hopes
25:13 - Should West Brom keep Sam Allardyce in charge?
32:30 - Do West Brom have the team to bounce back to the Premier League?
37:50 - Reaction to Fulham’s defeat to Burnley
40:38 - Scott Parker interview
Manchester City’s wait goes on whilst West Brom’s is over
Jeanette Kwakye is joined by former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton, former Cardiff striker Robert Earnshaw and Ben Haines from 90min to reflect on a dramatic weekend of Premier League football.
Manchester City were unable to seal the Premier League title after their 2-1 defeat to Chelsea and Manchester United’s 3-1 victory over Aston Villa.
The panel debate why striker Sergio Aguero attempted a Panenka penalty, they share stories of taking chances on penalty kicks and we get a fiery message from one Manchester City fan claiming Aguero’s legacy has been damaged by it.
One title has been settled – Chelsea have been crowned WSL champions and the celebrations include Facetiming a dog! Former Chelsea goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain comes on the pod to tell us why they’ve been so successful.
And as West Brom’s relegation from the Premier League is confirmed, we hear from Sam Allardyce and discuss what next for him and the club.
1’00” – Why is Rob all dressed up?
2’30” – Manchester City’s title celebrations are on ice
4’00” – Discussion on Sergio Aguero’s Panenka penalty miss
13’30” – Psychological battle ahead of the Champions League final
16’00” – Chelsea wing-backs
19’30” – Interview with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
21’30” – Chat on Harry Maguire’s injury
23’30” – Interview with Emma Hayes
26’30” – Chat on Chelsea’s WSL victory
33’00” – Race for the top four
37’30” – West Brom are relegated from the Premier League
40’00” – Sam Allardyce interview
43’00” – Will Allardyce stay at West Brom?
High stakes, Arsenal’s drift, and ‘Macheda day’
We’ve officially reached the ‘business end of the season’, so what are the secrets to delivering performances when the stakes are at their highest West Ham remain in the thick of the European chase and we hear from their keeper Lukasz Fabianski. We talk his old club Arsenal and the soul searching required in North London after their Europa League exit. Plus, we discuss Aston Villa against Manchester United – English football’s most one-sided fixture?
Newcastle dash Leicester’s top four hopes
Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas bring you the Friday Football Social edition of the Football Daily podcast.
Former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton and commentator Arlo White react to Leicester’s 4-2 defeat to Newcastle, which could prove costly for Brendan Rodgers’ side in the race for a top four finish.
We hear from Newcastle striker Callum Wilson on whether he can make a late charge for a place in England’s squad for the Euros.
Darren, Jermaine and Alan look ahead to the potential Premier League title deciding match between Manchester City and Chelsea – and debate whether Pep Guardiola should experiment with his side in preparation for the Champions League final.
And Manchester United goalkeeper Lee Grant joins the pod to tell us about what it’s like to be managed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
1’00” – Reaction to Newcastle’s 4-2 win over Leicester and what this means for the top four race
7’00” – Interview with Newcastle striker Callum Wilson
8’30” – Is the new Manchester City v Chelsea rivalry a sign of things to come for the next few seasons?
21’30” – Where should the Champions League final be held?
25’00” – What next for Arsenal under Mikel Arteta?
33’00” – Manchester United goalkeeper Lee Grant gives us an insight into his manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
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.