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    Tumultuous Tottenham week ends with victory for Mason

    Tumultuous Tottenham week ends with victory for Mason

    Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish joins the pod to discuss the next steps for the Premier League and European football after the collapse of the European Super League. There's reaction to victories for Tottenham and Manchester City despite the chaos of the last few days and do Emma Hayes' Chelsea now have one hand on the WSL trophy?

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    The end of the European Super League story?

    The end of the European Super League story?

    Steve Crossman presents a special episode on an extraordinary night where the six English clubs who signed up for the European Super League announce they have withdrawn from it less than 72 hours after it was created.

    The story developed so quickly, we decided the best way to bring it to you was in real-time of how the events unfolded on 5 Live Sport on Tuesday night.

    You’ll hear about the scenes outside Stamford Bridge as up to a thousand fans protested ahead of their game with Brighton and from Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel as the club announced they were the first to withdraw.

    Former Chelsea player Pat Nevin, Alistair Bruce-Ball, Nottingham Forest striker Glenn Murray and Miguel Delaney, the chief football writer for The Independent, discuss whether this is the end for the European Super League full stop and if the English clubs will face sanctions.

    Guillem Balague tells us about the reaction from Europe and BBC Sport reporter Simon Stone gives us insight into the news that Ed Woodward will stand down as executive vice-chairman of Manchester United.


    35 seconds – Steve explains how the story unfolded

    2’00” – Chelsea prepare to withdraw from the European Super League

    2.30” – Laura Scott outside Stamford Bridge as Chelsea fans protest against the ESL

    4’50” – Reaction from former Chelsea player Pat Nevin on Chelsea’s withdrawal

    6’15” – Sports Editor Dan Roan gives more details on Chelsea pulling out

    8’20” – Alistair Bruce-Ball on the scenes at Stamford Bridge

    10’00” – Chat on the role of the fans on this decision

    17’00” – Manchester City are pulling out and tweet from Kevin De Bruyne

    18’00” – Reaction from Chelsea fan

    25’00” – Real Madrid president Florentino Perez’s reasons for setting up the ESL

    27’00” – Should the clubs face sanctions?

    30’00” – UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin on the so-called “big six” in England

    34’00” – Guillem Balague on the reaction from the non-English clubs involved

    38’00” – Simon Stone on Manchester United announcing that Ed Woodward will stand down as executive vice-chairman

    41’00” – Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel’s interview following the ESL announcement

    44’00” – All English clubs involved in the Super League withdraw from it

    46’00” – Eric Cantona on fans

    • 47分
    MNC: Klopp speaks out on Super League

    MNC: Klopp speaks out on Super League

    Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Micah Richards and Rory Smith bring you a Monday Night Club all about the European Super League. The panel give their reactions and discuss the impact on the players after protests were carried out at Elland Road ahead of Leeds’ 1-all draw with Liverpool. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gives his opinion on the new plans before Kat Pijetlovic, who wrote the book “EU Sports Law & Breakaway Leagues in Football” joins the team to talk about why she saw this coming six years ago. Finally the team break down what this could mean for the Premier League and the sanctions FIFA and UEFA have brought forward.


    01.00 - Players facing the backlash
    02.30 – Micah on Manchester City
    06.45 – Jurgen Klopp interview
    13.40 - Kat Pijetlovic on legal battles
    29.00 – German and French clubs rejecting proposals
    35.00 – When might this happen?
    39.00 – Impact on fans
    46.20 – Sanctions for players and clubs

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    The Super League statement

    The Super League statement

    Ben Haines, Keiron Dyer, Lianne Sanderson and the Telegraph's Luke Edwards discuss the weekend's headlines - including the controversial announcement of the European Super League.

    The panel debate the formation of a brand new competition which has been rejected by the sport's governing bodies and domestic associations across Europe. Rob Harris from the Associated Press explains the concept and the potential issues it could create in the Premier League.

    We also look back on the FA Cup semi-finals as Chelsea and Leicester are victorious in the last four of the competition as well as a closer look at the relegation battle in the Premier League.


    03:35: The European Super League is announced, what next? AP's global football correspondent Rob Harris joins the discussion.

    18:40: Reaction to the FA Cup semi-finals as Leicester and Chelsea emerged as this year's finalists.

    34:30: Myth-busting Newcastle with Keiron and Luke.

    43:50: Time-up for Fulham in the Premier League?

    • 46分
    Cup glory, scrutiny and tears

    Cup glory, scrutiny and tears

    Jason Burt joins Steve Crossman on a bumper feature interview edition of the Sunday preview pod. Ahead of the second FA Cup semi-final we hear from Che Adams and Ricardo Pereira, and with important Premier League fixtures to discuss too we hear from Fulham's Mario Lemina as Premier League survival looks to be slipping out of their grasp. Plus, Nick Pope chats goalkeepers past and present he looks up to and how playing non-league at the start of his career has benefited him.

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    Kane’s Carabao Cup Concern and Could Tuchel Stop the Quadruple?

    Kane’s Carabao Cup Concern and Could Tuchel Stop the Quadruple?

    Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas bring you the Friday Football Social reacting to Tottenham’s 2-2 draw at Everton that saw Harry Kane limp off injured, and looking ahead to the weekend’s FA Cup semi-finals.

    Michael Brown and Conor McNamara give their thoughts on the game at Goodison and what it means for Spurs’ upcoming Carabao Cup Final.

    We hear from Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti before discussing whether Thomas Tuchel really can stop Manchester City’s quest for the quadruple at Wembley on Saturday?

    Darren asks what impact defeat on Sunday could have on Southampton or Leicester’s season before posing the question, do Premier League Champions Liverpool need to sell one of their front three to reinvigorate the squad?


    01:19 - Harry Kane’s injury and match reaction
    05:43 - Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti interviews
    10:27 - Chelsea vs. Manchester City
    24:02 - Leicester vs. Southampton
    29:57 - Should Liverpool cash in on one of their forwards?

    • 37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)