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The latest from the Premier League, EFL, European football and more!

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The latest from the Premier League, EFL, European football and more!

    The Premier League is back

    The Premier League is back

    This is a special edition of the football daily podcast, because the Premier League season is set to restart on the 17th of June. Steve Crossman is joined by Pat Nevin, Chris Waddle and Dion Dublin to react to the news. Plus, 5 Live’s senior football reporter Ian Dennis has all the details from the Premier League. There’s a lot to discuss, including playing behind closed doors, neutral grounds and whether or not all the players will be taking part, given that some have refused to return to group training during this pandemic.

    • 48 min
    You’re Better Than That

    You’re Better Than That

    Steve Crossman stands in for Mark Chapman as he and Chris Sutton take on Robbie Savage and BBC commentator Arlo White. Robbie once lead 3-0, now it’s 3-3 – can Steve and Chris make it four on the bounce and take the lead for the first time in the competition? One thing is for sure, Arlo will have nightmares about Wilfried Bony tonight. Why? Have a listen.

    • 27 min
    Is contact training safe?

    Is contact training safe?

    Steve Crossman is joined by Chris Sutton and Robbie Savage for the latest Football Daily podcast.

    As all Premier League clubs unanimously agree to begin contact training, BBC Sport’s Simon Stone joins the discussion, with Chris and Robbie giving their thoughts on whether group training and tackling should be taking place.

    Danny Ings was enjoying his best season in the top flight, scoring 15 goals before the Premier League was suspended. So, 5 Live’s senior football reporter Ian Dennis has caught up with the Southampton striker as he returns to training.

    BBC football reporter Roddy Forsyth has the latest from Scotland after Hearts owner Ann Budge proposed a radical restructuring of the Scottish League system, which would see the existing four divisions merged into three leagues of 14 teams.

    Plus Alan Kennedy joins us to look back, 39 years to the day after he scored the only goal as Liverpool beat Real Madrid to become European champions.

    • 42 min
    Jordan Henderson on feeling safe, fitness and waiting for the title

    Jordan Henderson on feeling safe, fitness and waiting for the title

    Kelly Cates is joined by 5 Live’s senior football reporter Ian Dennis and former Tottenham and Manchester City midfielder Michael Brown for the latest Football Daily podcast.

    Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson joins them to talk about returning to training and his role in Players Together. And just how has he felt waiting for the conclusion of the Premier League title? He reveals all.

    You can also hear from Sean O’Connor of Stat Sports – his GPS vests are being used by 11 of 20 Premier League clubs to track whether players are sticking to social distancing in training. Plus ex-England manager and former Manchester United assistant Steve McClaren joins us to look back on the night United won the treble with a dramatic 2-1 win over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final - 21 years ago.

    • 43 min
    MNC: Stephen Warnock on Benitez and Istanbul

    MNC: Stephen Warnock on Benitez and Istanbul

    Kelly Cates is joined by Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith on the Monday Night Club.

    Former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock criticises Rafa Benitez' man management skills and reflects on the 2005 Champions League final.

    And the team react to the cancellation of the Women's Super League.

    • 42 min
    Euro Leagues: Roberto Martínez, Jesse Marsch and Bernardo

    Euro Leagues: Roberto Martínez, Jesse Marsch and Bernardo

    Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague and Kristof Terreur are back with the Euro Leagues.

    Roberto Martínez explains why his Belgium players are coaches of the future and Red Bull Salzburg boss Jesse Marsch remembers THAT half-time team-talk at Anfield.

    And Brighton defender Bernardo discusses his love of radio, Project Restart and his upbringing in Brazil.

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2.8K Ratings

2.8K Ratings

ChickenRunCharlie ,

Depends on the presenter/guests

Listen if its Chappers, turn off if it’s woeful Kelly Cates. Always worth a listen for Chris Sutton, but never listen when Windbag Savage is on. Average player, even less appealing as a pundit.

RoddyT18 ,

MNC 11/05

Good show again. Would have preferred more in depth chat about On This Day moments of Bradford fire and in particular Aberdeen’s cup winners cup victory in 1983 rather than a Man City thrashing. BBC not EBC

The sexy little minx ,

ABB QUIZ

Loving the weekly quiz and buzzing that Chappers and Chris won this one.

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