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Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates & Steve Crossman bring you the latest Euro 2024 analysis, reaction & debate + England legend Wayne Rooney joins the Football Daily family over the tournament on BBC Sounds.
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Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates & Steve Crossman bring you the latest Euro 2024 analysis, reaction & debate + England legend Wayne Rooney joins the Football Daily family over the tournament on BBC Sounds.
Get in touch with us @5liveSport on social media and remember to leave us your ratings and reviews.

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    The Big Euro 2024 Preview

    The Big Euro 2024 Preview

    Mark Chapman is joined by a whole host of guests to preview the start of Euro 2024.
    Mark is joined in Munich by Scotland captain Rachel Corsie, former Scotland winger Pat Nevin and former Celtic striker Chris Sutton to look ahead to Scotland's tournament opener against hosts Germany on Friday.
    Football correspondent John Murray and England defender Conor Coady check in to preview England's first game against Serbia on Sunday, including hearing from current squad member Ezri Konsa.
    Rick Edwards stops by to launch 5 Live Breakfast's 'Deutsche Wörterbuch'.
    Former Germany defender Arne Friedrich discusses Germany's chances; senior football reporter Ian Dennis and former England striker Dion Dublin drop in from Berlin to run the rule over Portugal, Netherlands and Croatia; while Euro Leagues regulars Julien Laurens and Guillem Balague make the case for France and Spain.
    And we head into Pat Nevin's Scotland party to hear from the former Scotland goalkeeper Bryan Gunn, father of current Scotland goalkeeper Angus, and discuss how Bryan could be Scotland's lucky omen!
    Topics:
    00:37 - Scotland chat with Chris Sutton, Rachel Corsie and Pat Nevin
    10:33 - England chat with John Murray and Conor Coady
    13:17 - Ezri Konsa interview
    29:22 - Day 1 of Rick Edwards' 'Deutsche Wörterbuch'
    30:12 - Germany chat with Arne Friedrich
    40:59 - Portugal, Netherlands, Spain and Croatia chat with Ian Dennis and Dion Dublin
    49:08 - France and Spain chat with Guillem Balague and Julien Laurens
    58:45 - Back to Pat's party with Bryan Gunn
    1:03:14 - Predictions

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Inside England Camp & Toney’s Tattoos

    Inside England Camp & Toney’s Tattoos

    Steve Crossman is joined by Ivan Toney from the England camp for their first Euro 2024 media day. They look back at the strikers last 12 months, getting the call from Southgate to be part of this tournament & his many tattoos.
    Steve also takes you on a trip around the stunning grounds where England are staying in Weimarer Land – which has had everybody talking back home.
    Highlights timecodes:
    10:32 – Ivan Toney opens up about the last 12 months of his career & how he spoke to Gareth Southgate after the news of his ban from football came to the fore
    12:25 – Toney also tells Steve that he’ll definitely get another tattoo if England win the Euros

    14:50 – Adam Wharton opens up to the press saying that “he’s not a loner”, but he’s not surrounded by friends as focusses on his football career with no distractions

    • 24 min
    Scotland upbeat & McGinn’s schuhplattler

    Scotland upbeat & McGinn’s schuhplattler

    Kelly Cates talks Scotland ahead of UEFA Euro 2024. She’s joined by former Scotland internationals Pat Nevin and James McFadden, as well as Eilidh Barbour LIVE from the Scotland camp in Germany. Also hear from manager Steve Clarke and assistant John Carver.
    01:05 Scotland excitement is back
    04:00 Expectations lower again?
    05:35 James McFadden joins the pod
    09:05 Eilidh Barbour LIVE from the Scotland camp
    11:35 Steve Clarke: “We’ve waited a long time for this”
    14:10 Clarke sets ‘upbeat’ tone
    19:05 Scotland squad & selection dilemmas
    27:10 McTominay top of the scoring charts
    31:50 Has the ‘supercomputer’ got it right?
    35:35 What if Scotland make the knockout stage?

    • 38 min
    Monday Night Club: England’s base & McGinn’s dancing

    Monday Night Club: England’s base & McGinn’s dancing

    Mark Chapman talks England, Scotland and dark horses ahead of UEFA Euro 2024. He’s joined by former England internationals Phil Jagielka and Chris Sutton, as well as New York Times chief soccer correspondent Rory Smith. Hear from Scotland assistant John Carver and catch up with BBC Scotland’s chief sports writer Tom English.
    02:35 The ‘not getting injured’ mentality
    06:15 England training in a golf resort
    10:05 Does the England squad have enough experience?
    19:15 Cole Palmer as the number 10?
    22:10 Do the squad numbers mean anything?
    27:10 Is England’s entirely right-footed defence a problem?
    30:30 Scotland a happy camp despite turbulent build-up
    33:30 Scotland assistant John Carver on McGinn’s dancing
    39:45 Rory reveals he’s a Scotland fan!
    41:40 Tips to win, dark horses & the supercomputer

    • 45 min
    Euro Leagues: The Best EUROs Moments

    Euro Leagues: The Best EUROs Moments

    Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Raphael Honigstein recount their favourite moments from the European Championships.
    The team wax lyrical about some of the tournament’s most iconic goals, from van Basten’s volley to Trezeguet’s golden-goal winner in EURO 2000.
    Unforgettable penalties also make the list, and some of the moments stretch as far back as the 1980s!
    Timecodes
    03:15 van Basten’s volley
    06:59 Germany beat England on penalties in EURO ‘96
    10:54 Greece win EURO 2004
    15:48 Fàbregas puts Spain through to EURO 2008 Semi-Final
    20:59 Trezeguet’s golden-goal winner in ‘00
    25:36 Platini scores the winner in EURO ‘84 Semi-Final
    30:54 Germany beat Italy on penalties in EURO 2016
    37:33 Italy win EURO 2020

    • 48 min
    Sporting Giants - Kylian Mbappé

    Sporting Giants - Kylian Mbappé

    In this special Football Daily - listen to episode 5 of BBC Sounds' Sporting Giants - Kylian Mbappé, ‘The world we live in’.
    In this six-part podcast series, Steve Crossman and Julien Laurens chart Kylian Mbappe’s rise from the suburbs of Paris to global superstardom.
    France icon Lilian Thuram reflects on racism, football and French identity after Mbappe suffers racial abuse at Euro 2020 following his penalty miss. Lacking support from the French Football Federation, Mbappe threatens to quit the national team, forcing change before he stars at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. We hear from France team-mates Hugo Lloris and Ibrahima Konate as Mbappe emerges as a natural heir to Lionel Messi in an unforgettable final.
    Find the full series on BBC Sounds - www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/brand/p0h6lf4d

    • 41 min

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