Football Digest is a weekly football podcast brought to you by the sports writers at the Daily Mirror, Daily Express and Daily Star. Each week Mirror Chief Football Writer John Cross is joined by Andy Dunn, Chief Sports Writer at the Mirror, Matt Dunn, Football Writer at the Daily Express and Jeremy Cross, Chief Sports Writer at the Daily Star. They mull over the week's biggest stories in football as well as previewing the weekend's action to come.
Will Kane leave Tottenham and is Pogba off to Paris?
On a special edition of Football Digest: Extra Time, Ned Keating is joined by Alex Richards to take a look at the latest rumours from the summer transfer window.
Among today's topics are Harry Kane and Paul Pogba with speculation rife over the pair's respective futures.
Italy edge past England to win Euro 2020
Italy lifted the Euro 2020 trophy on Sunday evening after defeating England 3-2 on penalties.
Guy Clarke is joined by Sean McCormick and Ned Keating to digest all of Sunday's action, and look back at the tournament as a whole.
It's coming home - or heading to Rome
Guy Clarke is joined by the Mirror's Chief Football Writer John Cross and Assistant Sport Editor Alex Richards to preview the Euro 2020 Final.
The panel discuss the importance of Wembley to the Three Lions and the atmosphere at the Home of Football throughout the knockout stages.
Italy's midfield unit is once again examined when looking at where the game could be won or lost.
Plus our England XI is selected and analysed as England look to win the Euros for the first time as they contest their first major tournament final in 55 years.
Mancini's invincible Italians eye a Final conquest at Wembley
Guy Clarke is joined by Leeds Live's Joe Donnohue and Matt Ketchell from the Newcastle Chronicle to preview England's opponents in the Euro 2020 Final, Italy.
From Roberto Mancini's role as head coach to their 33-game unbeaten run and depth of options in midfield, all bases are covered.
Having seen off Belgium and Spain in the last two rounds to book a place in the final, the Italians have been the talk of the tournament ahead of the final.
With options in midfield such as Jorginho, Nicolo Barella and Marco Verratti as well as Federico Chiesa the panel debate where the match could be won or lost.
Italy v England: Is football really coming home?
John Cross, Jeremy Cross and Tom Hopkinson digest all of the talking points ahead of Sunday's Euro 2020 final between Italy and England.
The Italians head into the final on the back of a 33-match unbeaten run with Roberto Mancini having transformed the fortunes of the Azzuri.
The Three Lions, meanwhile, are in a first major tournament final for 55 years with Gareth Southgate continuing to inspire a nation.
Southgate you're the one...
Guy Clarke is joined by the MEN's Manchester United writer Dominic Booth and Football.London's West Ham correspondent Tom Clark to discuss all things Gareth Southgate.
Since succeeding Sam Allardyce as England manager Southgate has unified the nation behind the national team, so much so he's even earned his own chant!
So, ahead of the Euro 2020 Final, England's first major tournament final in 55 years, the panel look back on the job Southgate inherited and how he's carried out his role with distinction.
Plus, there's a look ahead to the final itself and the tools Southgate has implemented to help England inspire a nation and even what more is to come from the Three Lions?
Decent football pod but needs work
Firstly, I genuinely think this is a decent football podcast. I like the once per week format too - it’s rare these days.
But I do think it needs some work. Maybe add some features like an email section, a game between presenters, a special guest etc.
Also, I wish John Cross would learn how to pronounce ‘Gundogan’.