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Your daily dose of football reaction, debate & analysis from the Premier League, EFL, WSL and beyond, plus interviews with the biggest names in the game.

    Everton survive relegation drama

    Everton survive relegation drama

    Mark Chapman presents reaction to how it all finished on the final day of the 22/23 Premier League season. Hear from Abdoulaye Doucouré, who was the hero for Everton as they narrowly escaped final day heartbreak. The fairy tale was over for Leicester as they became the second team relegated after winning the Premier League. There was disappointment all round at Elland Road as Sam Allardyce failed to keep Leeds up, while Tottenham’s 4-1 victory wasn’t enough for Europa Conference League qualification. It was Aston Villa who secured European qualification, while Brentford also missed out despite completing the league double over champions Manchester City.

    • 59分
    72+: Luton Town are Premier League

    72+: Luton Town are Premier League

    Aaron Paul has reaction to Luton Town’s win in the Championship play-off final. He’s joined by ex-Hull boss Phil Brown and former Luton striker Sam Parkin. Also hear from Luton manager Rob Edwards, head of recruitment Mick Harford and Coventry City boss Mark Robins. And catch the thoughts of EFL legend Jobi McAnuff and Luton commentator Simon Pitts.

    • 45分
    Toffees’ sticky situation & Izzy’s farewell

    Toffees’ sticky situation & Izzy’s farewell

    Steve Crossman previews the Premier League’s final day with Everton, Leicester and Leeds all fighting for survival. He’s joined by Everton fan and England rugby legend Matt Dawson, along with Stephen Warnock, Karen Bardsley and Nedum Onuoha. Also hear a feature interview with Everton midfielder Izzy Christiansen on her retirement from football.

    0:40 – PL relegation,
    25:25 – Izzy Christiansen interview.

    • 50分
    The fight to survive & what next for Kane?

    The fight to survive & what next for Kane?

    Darren Fletcher is joined by Michael Brown, Mark Schwarzer & Don Hutchison. Who is getting relegated from the Premier League and what will Harry Kane do at the end of the season? The team also look ahead to the final weekend of action in the Women's Super League with Lucy Ward as Chelsea look to take the title and Reading face relegation

    01:14 - Relegation chat
    19:45 - WSL & Lucy Ward
    27:30 - Spurs managers
    30:40 - Harry Kane

    • 48分
    72+: Wembley awaits...

    72+: Wembley awaits...

    Aaron Paul looks ahead to the EFL play-off finals. He’s joined by two Wembley winners in Stevenage boss Steve Evans and Wycombe defender Joe Jacobson. They speak to Coventry keeper Ben Wilson and Carlisle boss Paul Simpson, and also hear from Luton’s Mick Harford. Plus the panel reflect on managerial movement in League One with Peterborough signing up Darren Ferguson and Blackpool re-appointing Neil Critchley.

    5:20 – Luton-Coventry,
    26:10 – Sheff Wed-Barnsley,
    32:15 – managerial movement,
    35:30 – Stockport-Carlisle.

    • 46分
    Euro Leagues: La Liga racism, Bundesliga battle & Slot's no to Spurs

    Euro Leagues: La Liga racism, Bundesliga battle & Slot's no to Spurs

    Steve Crossman presents the Euro Leagues with Julien Laurens, Mina Rzouki and Jose Fonte. The main focus of the podcast is the racist abuse that Real Madrid's Vinicius Junior suffered on Sunday night in Valencia, with Guillem Balague joining to give his take on the subsequent fallout in Spanish football. There is also a look at the Bundesliga title race between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, while Dutch journalist Elko Born joins to talk about the Eredivisie, with title-winning Feyenoord boss Arne Slot appearing to have rejected the chance to join Spurs. The show also discusses Juventus being docked points in Serie A following a hearing into transfer dealings, before Ian Dennis and Michael Brown react to Manchester United beating Chelsea 4-1 in the Premier League.


    02:38 - Guillem Balague on racism in La Liga
    19:07 - Bundesliga
    30:45 - Elko Born on the Eredivisie
    35:47 - Juventus
    39:40 - Jose Fonte still going strong at 39
    41:48 - Manchester United 4-1 Chelsea

    • 49分





Interesting but unreliable

The Guardian’s Football Weekly is a twice weekly podcast, and The Game from the Times comes out once a week. So it’s really nice to have a good-quality (almost) daily podcast focussed on football. A couple of things that could be improved:

1. With about one out of every ten episodes, the file is damaged and can’t be downloaded or streamed. Making an MP3 file and putting it on a server without damaging it should be a routine task, and is done with approximately 100% reliability by most outfits. It’s difficult to understand why that’s such a challenge for the BBC.

2. Get rid of the ridiculous “wall of sound” intro (and outro, and occasional insert). It’s twice as loud as the content, so listeners have to keep rushing to the volume controls during each episode. It sounds like you let a kid loose playing with some sound effects, and then said, “OK, that’ll do.”

While you’re at it, how about rewriting the jingles so that they make more sense?

“Podcast it now on BBC Radio 5 Live.” We just listen; you are the guys who are doing the broad/podcasting.

“Thank you for taking the time to download this BBC Radio 5 Live podcast.” If you’re talking about actual manual downloading, then presumably you’re referring to each individual episode, not the podcast as a whole. In any case, most people subscribe to a podcast, and then each episode is downloaded automatically; most of us don’t preview each episode and then make a decision to download it. And, even when we do, it usually involves tapping a button once, rather than the complex and time-consuming operation you seem to be picturing.


Sutton wrong

There is too much of that numpy Chris Sutton. So irritating and lacking in football knowledge. Not as funny as he thinks either. The other presenters are not bad. Too much banter though. ’.


Great show, but...

The sports media always talks in extremes whether that be about Jose’s epic fall from elite management or man u’s ability to win the prem again. Mourinho has not lost his touch; he’s a great manager. Think about his two predecessors at Man U, one of whom won nothing and the other an Fa cup and both came in with strong reputAtions. If Jose went to Spurs with their players and defence I think he’d surpass poch (albeit
In the short term)


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