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Rice sends Arsenal five clear & Lionesses left devastated
What a dramatic Tuesday night of football.
In the Premier League, an 97th minute winner from Declan Rice gave Arsenal all three points against Luton, and extends their Premier League lead to five points. Former Arsenal defender Matt Upson and forward Theo Walcott join Kelly Cates with reaction from Kenilworth Road. Hear from winning manager Mikel Arteta and a very deflated Rob Edwards.
Elsewhere, Conor McNamara and Leon Osman reflect on a win for Wolves. They beat Burnley 1-0 to go up to 12th in the table. Gary O'Neil and Vincent Kompany give their post-match thoughts.
And it was heartbreak for the Lionesses - who despite thumping Scotland by six goals in their final Nations League group game, were denied topping the group thanks to an injury-time goal from the Netherlands. It means that Team GBs hopes of playing in the Paris Olympics next year are over. Hear from former Man City goalkeeper and Lioness Karen Bardsley, as well as England manager Sarina Wiegman and goal scorer Beth Mead.
00'50 Luton 3-4 Arsenal
08'26 Mikel Arteta interview
10'06 Rob Edwards interview
11'40 Wolves 1-0 Burnley with Conor McNamara and Leon Osman
14'28 Gary O'Neil interview
16'04 Vincent Kompany interview
18'16 England miss out on the Nations League semi-finals
20'00 Beth Mead interview
23'34 Sarina Wiegman interview
Monday Night Club: Inside Newcastle & Heckingbottom out?
Mark Chapman presents the Monday Night Club and is joined by Newcastle defender Dan Burn, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith who talk Sheffield United manager Paul Heckingbottom’s future with BBC Radio Sheffield presenter and commentator Rob Staton.
Dan gives an insight into life at Newcastle, plus the team chat defending, and how relevant are stats?
01:55 Paul Heckingbottom
09:50 Rob Staton
15:45 Chris Wilder?
23:31 Joining Newcastle
27:00 Eddie Howe style
31:11 Anthony Gordon
39:11 Stats chat
Tremendous Trent and Spurs peg back Manchester City
Ben Haines, former Liverpool midfielder Stewart Downing, ex-Man City defender Nedum Onuoha and former Tottenham fullback Stephen Kelly look back on a thrilling day in the Premier League.
They analyse Manchester City’s 3-3 draw with Tottenham, asking whether Pep Guardiola’s side are starting to show vulnerability and assess Ange Postecoglou’s faith in his style of play.
There’s a discussion on Trent Alexander-Arnold’s form after he scored twice in Liverpool’s dramatic comeback win over Fulham.
And they also look at Chelsea’s eventful victory over Brighton, as well as picking out the highlights from the FA Cup 3rd Round draw.
01:40 Nedum’s Picks of the Week
03:50 Manchester 3-3 Tottenham
18:08 Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Fulham and Stewart Downing on Trent Alexander-Arnold
28:10 Chelsea beat Brighton 4-3
35:05 Bournemouth v Aston Villa and West Ham v Crystal Palace
38:10 FA Cup 3rd round draw
40:24 Question Time
An Anthony Gordon goal & the Toffees triumph
John Bennett is at St James’ Park alongside former Northern Ireland international Stephen Craigan and the Telegraph’s Luke Edwards, to discuss Saturday’s Premier League matches.
Anthony Gordon is a talking point after he scored the only goal as Newcastle beat Manchester United 1-0. We’ll hear from Eddie Howe after the injury to Nick Pope, and a disappointed Erik Ten Hag.
Hear from Sean Dyche after Everton got their first win since the 10-point deduction, and Mikel Arteta after Arsenal opened a four-point gap at the top of the Premier League table.
The pressure is on for Paul Heckingbottom after Sheffield United were beaten 5-0 by Burnley in a battle at the bottom.
Plus, the panel discuss Brentford’s 3-1 win over Luton Town.
05.40 – Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe
12.21 – Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag
17.27 – Everton manager Sean Dyche
22.25 – Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta
24.28 – Sheffield United manager Paul Heckingbottom
28.26 – Burnley manager Vincent Kompany
30.07 – Brentford 3-1 Luton Town
Euro 2024 draw
John Murray is joined by Chief Football Writer at the Daily Mirror John Cross, to discuss the outcome of the Euro 2024 draw.
Hear from England manager Gareth Southgate after England drew Denmark, Serbia and Slovenia. John also chats to Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand who talks about his preparations to face England.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke speaks to Jane Lewis after his side face a group containing the host nation Germany.
Wales manager Rob Page discusses the prospects of facing a tough group if his side make it through the next stage of qualifying.
01.59 - Scotland manager Steve Clarke
07.11 - England manager Gareth Southgate
10.01 - Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand
13.53 - Wales manager Rob Page
England keep Team GB's Olympic hopes alive
Katie Smith is joined by former England Goalkeeper Karen Bardsley and Arsenal and former Scotland defender Jen Beattie at Wembley as England come from 2 goals down against the Netherlands to win 3-2 in the Women’s nations league to keep Team GB’s hopes of qualifying for the Olympics alive.
Georgia Stanway and Sarina Wiegman give their thoughts on England’s win and we hear from Beth Mead after she made an impact on her international return.
00:45 – Analysis of England 3-2 Netherlands
04:15 – Georgia Stanway interview
06:50 – Beth Mead Interview
11:05 – Sarina Wiegman interview
15:00 – Scotland v England preview
17:30 – Women’s football calendar discussion
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Good for sleeping
I mean it’s great at night if you like football and are an insomniac like me! And that’s all you really need to know about this.
Someone teach Chris Sutton what a straw man is
I have enjoyed this podcast for a long time, and I have for the most part enjoyed Chris Sutton's contribution, but recently he has resorted to straw man (most recently when arguing about West Ham's midfield with Paul Ince) and it's starting to feel like a podcast about below the line. Stop it Chris. You're better than that.