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Barcelona bound for Europa League
As Barcelona fail to make the Champions League knockout stages for the first time in 20 years Spanish football journalist Pete Jenson joins the pod to discuss the financial implications and whether it could be years before the club even qualify for the competition again.
It was a night to remember for Robbie Savage’s son Charlie, and Zidane Iqbal, who became Manchester United’s first ever British South Asian player, with both coming on during United's 1-1 draw with Young Boys.
Chelsea drew as well. They conceded in stoppage time to miss out on winning their group and Thomas Tuchel has some very interesting things to say afterwards including how his side’s “behaviour changes when we take the lead”.
01:00 – Pete Jenson joins to talk Barcelona’s group stage exit
08.30 – Seven academy graduates making their Champions League debuts for Manchester United
12.00 – Could Aaron Wan-Bissaka be a big name casualty under Ralf Rangnick?
14.20 – Thomas Tuchel audio
Liverpool cruise as City snooze
Kelly Cates is joined by Neil Lennon, Pat Nevin and Alistair Bruce-Ball to reflect on Liverpool's 2-1 Champions League win over AC Milan and Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat to RB Leipzig. Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola give their thoughts on the matches before John Bennett drops by to explain what went on in the other final group games. Finally Aaron Paul runs through a busy night across Leagues One and Two.
01:20 – Reaction to Liverpool’s win over AC Milan
10:30 – Jurgen Klopp
11:30 - Reaction to Manchester City’s defeat to RB Leipzig
16:13 – Pep Guardiola
18:00 – Other Champions league games of the night
21:00 – EFL roundup with Aaron Paul
Football Daily: MNC: Super subs, super clubs, supermarkets & super snubs
Fresh back from a week’s hiatus Chris Sutton is revelling in his new role as honorary supermarket manager. But we’re lucky to have a Football Daily for you at all after it transpired that Chris, Micah and Rory Smith have a private WhatsApp group that Chappers isn’t invited to. But that to one side, it’s all ears on Liverpool’s super sub Divock Origi who scored in the 94th minute at the weekend, and are Manchester City so good they’re bad? Does that even make sense? Plus we hear from under pressure manager Rafa Benitez who pops by after Demarai Gray riffled a last minute winner for Everton at home to Arsenal.
1’30 – 3 min - Chris Sutton explains why he’s being made honorary manager at a supermarket.
3’30min – discussion about Premier League three horse race.
8 ‘30mins – Liverpool Super sub Divock Origi love in
14 mins - Bernardo Silva love in and impact
17 mins - Chappers excluded from WhatsApp group.
18min – Rory, Micah and Chris debate if Manchester City are so good they’re boring.
24 mins – Why are Leicester worse this season?
33 mins - Everton /Arsenal match summary
37’30 mins - Rafa Benitez interview
A clean sheet & fantastic Fred – a winning start for Rangnick at Man United
In this edition of the Football Daily pod Jeanette Kwakye and Ben Haines are joined by The Telegraph’s Luke Edwards and special guest, former West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder, Nigel Reo-Coker.
The guys hear from Ralf Rangnick, after the interim manager got his first win in his opening game in the dugout at the club. They also get a United fan perspective after that 1-0 win over Crystal Palace. They also debate what next for Everton after the news that the club’s director of football, Marcel Brands has left the club.
Ben witnessed Tottenham’s win over Norwich and gives his highlights – which includes a spectacular Lucas Moura wonder goal and Nigel gives his reaction to a “crazy” game between Aston Villa and Leicester, which saw Steven Gerrard get one over his former Liverpool boss.
And that's not all - as Luke details his trip to Wembley after he watching Chelsea dominate Arsenal to win the women’s FA Cup final – and Emma Hayes makes an appearance too!
1’28 – Nigel basking in West Ham’s glory after beating Chelsea on Saturday, and how they are better than Spurs at the moment.
5’26 – Manchester United section – Nigel does not understand the hype surrounding United’s win over a Palace side that were less than perfect.
10’00 – Ralf Rangnick interview with Gary Flintoff.
13’40 – Joe Smith from the Stretford Paddock on Manchester United’s first win under Rangnick and what next for the club.
22’30 – Reaction to the news that Everton’s club director, Marcel Brands is set to leave the club.
30’00 – Ben attended the Tottenham v Norwich game and gives his match highlights.
35’15 – Review of Aston Villa v Leicester, a game which Nigel described as “crazy” and the guys debate ‘that’ disallowed goal.
41’00 – Praise for Patrick Bamford after he rescues a point for Leeds v Brentford.
43’27 - Luke’s analysis of Chelsea’s dominant win over Arsenal in the women’s FA Cup final.
45’00 – Emma Hayes interview.
Chelsea hammered off top spot
Ben Haines is joined by former Manchester United and Chelsea goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain and EA Sports presenter Nubaid Haroon to look at West Ham's win over league leaders Chelsea.
The panel discuss whether this is a blip for Chelsea or should we be giving West Ham some more credit?
Jurgen Klopp hailed Divock Origi a legend after he scored a 95th minute winner for Liverpool and Newcastle got their first win of the season under their belt.
Plus, will this be the biggest Women's FA Cup final to date?
2’30 – Reaction to West Ham’s win over Chelsea
12’18 – David Moyes with Jonathan Pearce
14’00 – Dave Walker from the West Ham Way podcast
20’37 – Jurgen Klopp on “legend” Divock Origi
29’00 – Newcastle’s first win of the season
33’43 – Manchester City top of the table
36’47 – Preview of the Women’s FA Cup final
Rangnick, Rafa and goalscoring records
Darren Fletcher and guests discuss Ralf Rangnick’s impressive opening media conference as Manchester United manager before taking charge for the first time this weekend against Crystal Palace. They debate whether the German can have the type of impact Thomas Tuchel had at Chelsea last season or whether there might be some resistance from his squad to being asked to play in such a different style. They ask where accountability should lie for Everton's predicament, after reports a board meeting has been called with Rafa Benitez's future as manager believed to be on the agenda. And as Diogo Jota prepares to return to Molineux with Liverpool, we look at the goalscoring exploits of Liverpool's three forwards.