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The latest news, insight, analysis and big name guests from the Premier League and the Football League, plus Scottish, International and European football. Join us!

    Wales and Scotland on potential collision course in World Cup play-off final

    Wales and Scotland on potential collision course in World Cup play-off final

    Darren Fletcher is joined by Stephen Warnock and Mark Hughes on the Friday Football Social.

    The team discuss Scotland and Wales's World Cup play-off semi final draw with Charlie Adam and how it could lead to a winner takes all game between the two nation for a place at the Qatar World Cup. Plus give their thoughts on Ralf Rangnicks anticipated arrival at Manchester United.

    And ten years on since the death of Gary Speed, Stephen and Mark share their memories of the former Wales manager.

    01:00 - Charlie Adam and Mark Hughes react to Scotland and Wales World Cup play-off semi final draw
    06:40 - Stephen Warnock and Mark discuss the latest on Ralf Rangnick's imminent arrival at Manchester United.
    17:00 - The team discuss how much of Rangnick's style can be implemented in such a short amount of time.
    26:00 - Could Manchester United be tempted to keep Rangnick permanently if season finishes well?
    28:00 - Mark on his desire to get back into management
    35:00 - Memories of Gary Speed
    38:20 - Newcastle v Arsenal preview

    • 41 min
    All About Kyle Walker

    All About Kyle Walker

    Darren Fletcher and Stephen Warnock are joined by the Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker on the Football Daily.

    The three-time Premier League champion discusses his team's recent Champions League victory against PSG, how Pep coached him to be a complete defender and Kyle reflects on England's incredible Euro 2020 campaign this summer.

    01:00 - Kyle on Manchester City's victory over PSG
    07:15 - On facing Mbappe 1on1
    09:40 - How Pep improved Kyle as a defender
    17:05 - Transitioning from club to international football
    21:00 - On Bernando Silva
    31:30 - On the team behind the scenes
    34:40 - On being a part of the England national team
    40:00 - Reflections on the Euro 2020 final

    • 48 min
    72+: Heckingbottom’s up and Warne’s winning formula

    72+: Heckingbottom’s up and Warne’s winning formula

    Aaron Paul is joined by Millwall forward Jed Wallace and Wycombe left-back Joe Jacobson to dissect this week's big talking points from the EFL.

    BBC Sheffield’s Andy Giddings gives us the lowdown on a dramatic turn of events at Sheffield United as they sacked Slavisa Jokanovic after just six months in charge and replaced him with Paul Heckingbottom on a five-year contract. The guys share what they think of such a drastic change in strategy at Bramall Lane.

    Cardiff City manager Steve Morison tells us what life is like in his new job, how he’s putting the youngsters through a tough gym regime and why he’s perhaps not the grumpy man many people may perceive him to be.

    The ever-entertaining Paul Warne explains how Friday night steak could be a big factor in the success at Rotherham United, whose 12-match unbeaten run has taken them top of League One, and why he’s obsessed with respect in his squad.

    And after taking four points from games against Bournemouth and Fulham, despite receiving a further nine-point deduction, Wayne Rooney tells Aaron why he wants his Derby players to just enjoy their football and why he wants the team to be an embodiment of him.


    05.40 - Andy Giddings on Sheffield United drama
    13.10 - Jed and Joe’s reaction
    15.46 - Steve Morison on life at Cardiff
    25.47 - Paul Warne on Rotherham’s secrets to success
    38.30 - Wayne Rooney interview

    • 47 min
    Euro Leagues: Un-wreck it Ralf

    Euro Leagues: Un-wreck it Ralf

    Steve Crossman is with Spanish football journalist Guillem Balague, The Athletic’s Raphael Honigstein and French football expert Julien Laurens to talk about reports that Ralf Rangnick will become the interim manager of Manchester United.

    Former Leicester and Schalke defender Christian Fuchs reveals how Rangnick operates behind the scenes and the panel asks where this leaves Mauricio Pochettino?

    Another manager linked with Manchester United is Ajax's Erik ten Hag who has impressed so far this season. What's the secret behind his success?

    3'00 - Raphael Honigstein on what is happening with Rangnick

    21'10 - Christian Fuchs joins the pod

    31'45 - What happens next for Pochettino?

    38'08 - Dutch football expert Marcel van der Kraan on Ajax

    45'25 - Recent crowd trouble in Ligue 1

    • 49 min
    City punish PSG as Liverpool push past Porto

    City punish PSG as Liverpool push past Porto

    Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Dion Dublin and Michael Brown at the Etihad where Manchester City beat PSG 2-1 to top their Champions League Group. French football journalist Sara Menai drops by to give her view on Mauricio Pochettino and the lack of identity in his side. We hear from both managers before John Acres reports from Anfield where Liverpool saw off Porto 2-0. Finally Aaron Paul breaks down a busy night in the Championship where Derby held Fulham but Bournemouth missed the chance to go top.

    00:40 – Manchester City’s 2-1 win over PSG
    09.45 – PSG inquest with Sara Menai
    17:40 – Pep Guardiola
    18:30 – Mauricio Pochettino
    19:48 – Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Porto
    24:00 – Other Champions League results
    25:30 – Championship round up

    • 28 min
    Carrick’s at the wheel for Manchester United

    Carrick’s at the wheel for Manchester United

    Kelly Cates is joined by former Everton midfielder Leon Osman and senior football reporter Ian Dennis as Manchester United have booked their place in the Champions League knockout stages with a 2-0 win over Villarreal in Michael Carrick’s first game in charge as caretaker manager.

    Manchester United fan Scott Saunders joins the pod to discuss whether there are signs of improvement under Carrick and why Jadon Sancho impressed after scoring his first goal for the club.

    You’ll hear what PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino has to say on being linked with the vacant Manchester United job on a permanent basis and Ernest Macia from Radio Catalunya gives us an insight into former Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde – who Manchester United has approached about taking the job on an interim basis.

    Former Chelsea midfielder Karen Carney and commentator Alistair Bruce-Ball reflect on Chelsea’s impressive 4-0 win over Juventus at Stamford Bridge and discuss why their academy may be the secret to their success.


    1’30” – Were there signs of improvement for Manchester United under Michael Carrick?

    6’30” – Thoughts on Carrick’s starting eleven and substitutes

    10’00” – Jadon Sancho gets first Manchester United goal

    11’40” – Michael Carrick on his side’s victory

    14’00” – Manchester United contact former Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde about the interim manager’s job

    19’00” – Mauricio Pochettino on being linked with the Manchester United job on a permanent basis

    22’00” – The view from Spain on Valverde being linked with the interim manager’s job

    25’00” – Reaction to Chelsea’s 4-0 win over Juventus

    27’00” – The success of Chelsea’s academy and the improvement of Reece James

    31’17” – Thomas Tuchel on Chelsea’s victory

    32’50” – Is this performance reflective of where Juventus are as a team?

    38’00”- Could Barcelona miss out on making it through to the knockout stages of the Champions League?

    • 42 min

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