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The latest news, insight, analysis and big name guests from the Premier League and the Football League, plus Scottish, International and European football. Join us!

    Comeback kings City crowned Premier League champions

    Comeback kings City crowned Premier League champions

    Comeback kings City crowned Premier League champions

    Relive the drama of the final day of the Premier League, with Mark Chapman bringing you reaction as Manchester City were crowned champions for the fourth time in five years.

    City came from 2-0 down to beat Aston Villa 3-2 and finish a point above Liverpool, who did all they could with a 3-1 win at home to Wolves.

    We’ll hear from both Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp.

    We’ll also have reaction to Tottenham’s 5-0 win at Norwich, which secured them Champions League football ahead of their North London rivals Arsenal.

    And Burnley have been relegated to the Championship after a 2-1 defeat at Newcastle, with Leeds’ 2-1 win at Brentford ensuring a third successive season in the top flight. We’ll hear reaction from both camps.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Rangers’ first cup since 2009 and the Premier League's final countdown

    Rangers’ first cup since 2009 and the Premier League's final countdown

    Steve Crossman is joined by the former Rangers and Villa defender Alan Hutton, former West Ham midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker and former Premier League and Scotland international Don Hutchison to look ahead to the final day of the Premier League season.

    Plus you’ll hear all the reaction and jubilation from Hampden Park as Rangers beat Hearts 2-0 in the Scottish Cup final to win their first cup since 2009.

    • 51 min
    Pitch invasions, title race & relegation

    Pitch invasions, title race & relegation

    Darren Fletcher is joined by Dion Dublin and former Crystal Palace and Brighton striker Glenn Murray for the last Friday Football Social of the season.

    They discuss the recent pitch invasions and whether they put players and fans at risk? And what should be the consequences?

    Former Liverpool and Manchester City midfielder Steve McManaman previews the last day of the season and gives his verdict on who he thinks will come out on top on Sunday.

    And who will be relegated out of Burnley and Leeds?

    2’35 – How do Dion and Glenn feel about the pitch invasions?

    8’03 - National Police Chiefs’ Council’s football policing lead Mark Roberts

    19’45 – Steve McManaman weighs in on the title race

    33’04 – Who will go down? Burnley or Leeds?

    • 43 min
    72+: Play-offs, Pitch Invasions, Penalty-saves & Poppadoms

    72+: Play-offs, Pitch Invasions, Penalty-saves & Poppadoms

    Aaron Paul is joined by Preston manager Ryan Lowe and ex-Barrow boss Phil Brown to talk all things EFL and beyond. Former Sunderland manager Peter Reid looks ahead to Saturday’s League One play-off final with Wycombe. The panel give their reaction to Blackpool’s Jake Daniels coming out and the Championship play-off semis, including Brice Samba’s penalty-saving heroics for Nottingham Forest. What should be done about pitch invasions after Sheffield United’s Billy Sharp was assaulted? Mansfield Town goalkeeper Nathan Bishop joins the pod after making it to the League Two play-off final. And Stockport County club president Steve Bellis has his say on their return to the EFL after winning the National League title on the final day.

    TOPICS:
    7:30 – Interview with Peter Reid,
    18:55 – Brice Samba’s penalty-saving heroics,
    24:06 – Pitch invasions & Billy Sharp,
    29:03 – Huddersfield Town,
    29:40 – Blackpool’s Jake Daniels,
    32:20 – Interview with Mansfield’s Nathan Bishop,
    37:48 – Interview with Stockport’s Steve Bellis.

    • 44 min
    Everton's drama confirms Premier League survival

    Everton's drama confirms Premier League survival

    Steve Crossman & the 5 Live Sport commentary team react to Everton's dramatic 3-2 win over Crystal Palace, Burnley's 1-1 draw with Aston Villa & Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Leicester.

    Everton's victory means they have secured their Premier League status for next season whilst ahead of the final day of this campaign, Burnley's draw at Aston Villa leaves them level on points with Leeds who occupy the remaining relegation spot on goal difference alone.

    TIME CODES:

    01:45: Alistair Bruce-Ball and Clinton Morrison react to Everton's comeback from 2-0 down to win 3-2 against Crystal Palace.

    11:00: Former Everton winger James McFadden joins the team to give his thoughts on Everton's dramatic victory.

    18:05: Gary Flintoff talks to Everton defender Michael Keane as well as manager Frank Lampard.

    27:35: John Acres discusses Burnley's crucial 1-1 draw with Aston Villa along with Burnley fan Jamie Smith.

    33:01: Vicki Sparks speaks to Burnley interim manager Mike Jackson.

    35:05: Matt Jarvis reports on Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Leicester.

    • 38 min
    Euro Leagues: A surprise from Seville and the Scudetto showdown

    Euro Leagues: A surprise from Seville and the Scudetto showdown

    Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle for the latest episode of the Euro Leagues.

    Guillem surprises the guys with a very special guest in Seville, as we react to Eintracht Frankfurt winning the Europa League final.

    We discuss the latest on the futures of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Robert Lewandowski.

    James gives us the lowdown on the Serie A title race, with AC Milan and Inter battling it out for the Scudetto on the final day of the season, and how Giorgio Chiellini will be remembered as his 17-year spell at Juventus comes to an end.

    And we talk about the news that PSG midfielder Idrissa Gueye reportedly refused to play in their match against Montpellier to avoid wearing a rainbow symbol in support of LGBTQ+ rights.

    TOPICS

    03:20 – Guillem’s special guest
    09:09 – Reaction to Frankfurt winning the Europa League
    18:48 – Latest on futures of Messi, Mbappe and Lewandowski
    28:03 – Serie A title race
    34:15 – Chiellini’s Juventus legacy
    40:49 – Idrissa Gueye story

    • 48 min

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Offensive if he meant it.

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Thank you for creating the Monday night club show. I have been a fan from day one. The team of Mark, Chris, Rory and Micah are fantastic. They all bring something to the table and I learn something new every week. There is a tremendous chemistry between the four of them and their banter always makes me laugh. I was really sad when Ian left but Micah has been a revelation. He may not be as insightful as Rory or Chris but his humour and positive energy is infectious. I really hope the BBC can keep this team together as they make my Mondays so much better. Thank you.

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Can’t listen if Chris Sutton is involved. He comes across rude and is extremely stubborn. Micah Richards’ bias to City can be spotted a mile off. And after hearing his commentary for BT Sport the last thing I want to do is listen toDarren Fletcher. Decided to unsubscribe and just listen to episodes on an ad-hoc basis

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