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Football Daily BBC Podcasts

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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.

    Toon triumph as Newcastle make Wembley final

    Toon triumph as Newcastle make Wembley final

    Kelly Cates presents reaction to Newcastle United making the EFL Cup final after beating Southampton. She’s joined by correspondent John Murray, former Scotland winger Pat Nevin and ex-Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan. Also hear from Eddie Howe, Sean Longstaff and Nathan Jones.

    16:45 – Howe,
    20:05 – Jones,
    23:20 – Longstaff.

    • 31分
    Transfer deadline day special

    Transfer deadline day special

    Kelly Cates presents reaction to the biggest transfers of deadline day. She’s joined by senior reporter Ian Dennis, former Chelsea goalkeeper Rob Green and Spanish journalist Guillem Balagué.

    1:25 – Enzo Fernández to Chelsea,
    13:00 – Jorginho to Arsenal,
    17:25 – Tottenham transfers,
    19:50 - Keylor Navas to Forest,
    21:30 - Marcel Sabitzer to Man Utd.

    • 23分
    Deadline Day to remember?

    Deadline Day to remember?

    Darren Fletcher is joined by Chris Sutton, David Ornstein and Luke Edwards to get stuck into the big transfer stories of the day and reflect on West Ham’s win over Derby in the FA Cup.

    01:20 – Cancelo to Bayern
    06:50 – Jorginho to Arsenal
    08:30 – Chelsea’s dealings
    13:30 – Russo to Arsenal
    14:55 – Dyche at Everton
    18:30 – Derby 0-2 West Ham
    21:27 – David Moyes interview
    22:50 – Newcastle and the EFL Cup
    33:00 – Nottingham Forest’s signings

    • 40分
    Rocking Wrexham, Magic Mitoma & jumping for joy

    Rocking Wrexham, Magic Mitoma & jumping for joy

    Ben Haines presents reaction to Sunday’s FA Cup ties. He’s joined by former Swansea and Wrexham defender Neil Taylor and ex-Swindon and Luton striker Sam Parkin. Hear from Wrexham fans who were at their 3-3 draw with Sheffield United, and catch interviews with Phil Parkinson and Paul Heckingbottom. Also hear from Lewis Dunk, Roberto De Zerbi and Jürgen Klopp after Brighton’s late win over Liverpool. Steve Evans is angry after Stevenage’s defeat at Stoke. And hear from the Grimsby photographer involved in one of the viral moments from the weekend.

    1:20 – Wrexham-Sheff Utd,
    23:25 – Brighton-Liverpool,
    37:40 – Stoke-Stevenage,
    40:55 – Grimsby photographer.

    • 45分
    Harry Haddocks, Wrexham romance & Caicedo saga

    Harry Haddocks, Wrexham romance & Caicedo saga

    Kelly Somers presents reaction to Saturday’s FA Cup ties and looks ahead to Sunday. She’s joined by Derby County captain Curtis Davies and the Telegraph’s Luke Edwards. Hear from Sunderland boss Tony Mowbray, Fulham’s Marco Silva and Grimsby’s Harry Clifton. Also catch interviews with Leeds striker Patrick Bamford, Tottenham’s Son Heung-min, Southampton’s Romain Perraud and Wrexham’s Paul Mullin. And get former Everton midfielder Leon Osman’s take on Manchester United.

    1:05 – Curtis Davies FA Cup memories,
    7:25 – Fulham-Sunderland,
    13:50 – Luton-Grimsby,
    18:30 – Blackburn-Birmingham,
    22:50 – Accrington-Leeds,
    29:50 – Preston-Tottenham,
    32:55 – Southampton-Blackpool,
    35:00 – Walsall-Leicester,
    36:25 – Man Utd-Reading,
    39:50 – other results,
    40:15 – Sunday preview.

    • 50分
    Heart-Aké for Arsenal & Dyche’s Everton destiny

    Heart-Aké for Arsenal & Dyche’s Everton destiny

    Darren Fletcher presents the Friday Football Social. Clinton Morrison reacts to Manchester City 1-0 Arsenal in the FA Cup; hear from Pep Guardiola. Sébastien Bassong, Nigel Reo-Coker and the Daily Mail’s Dominic King discuss Sean Dyche’s expected move to Everton, Newcastle’s deal for Anthony Gordon and Tottenham’s transfer business. And Scottish defender Jen Beattie drops in after retiring from international football.

    0:55 - Man City-Arsenal,
    8:15 - Dyche to Everton,
    25:00 - Gordon to Newcastle,
    30:25 - Tottenham transfers,
    38:25 - Jen Beattie.

    • 42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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