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The latest from the Premier League, EFL, European football and more!

    Sean Dyche, Lucy Bronze and Phil Neville's own language

    Sean Dyche, Lucy Bronze and Phil Neville's own language

    What would make Sean Dyche rather get a "big spoon" and "ram it" in his eye socket?

    And how does Lucy Bronze think women's football has changed over the last few years?

    Mark Chapman is joined by Dion Dublin, Karen Carney and Clinton Morrison to discuss life without football, Phil Neville's own language, their favourite grounds and what riled them up on the football pitch.

    Sean Dyche also uses the word 'peng'.

    • 45 min
    Football Social: With JJ, McManaman and Caulker

    Football Social: With JJ, McManaman and Caulker

    Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas are back with the Friday Football Social from the comfort of their own homes. With another weekend free of football on the horizon, the team are joined by former Liverpool and Real Madrid midfielder, Steve McManaman. Steve chats about his decision to play for Liverpool as a die-hard Evertonian, the 'Spice Boys' and the similarities between Liverpool and Real Madrid as football clubs.
    JJ's former Spurs teammate Steven Caulker speaks to the team from out in Turkey, where he's currently stuck following the suspension of their top division.
    Burnley's Chief Executive Neil Hart joins the podcast to discuss how easy a decision it was for him to continue to pay all their match day and non-match day casual workers. Plus, Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall talks the Championship and virtual pub quizzes!

    • 41 min
    Roof racks, watt bikes and road runs

    Roof racks, watt bikes and road runs

    Mark Chapman is joined from home by Micah Richards and Pat Nevin to discuss the latest in the football world including the news that all football below National League is to end immediately.

    Sheffield United's Oliver Norwood joins the pod to chat about what the coaching staff at the club are doing to keep their players in check and fit.

    Also, the South Shields chairman Geoff Thompson chats about how his club heard about the news that the league has been ended immediately and what impact it will have on his side.

    • 38 min
    A Message from the Football Daily Team

    A Message from the Football Daily Team

    In these uncertain times, we want to keep you up to date with everything going on in football, and hopefully help put a smile on your face too. So here's a quick update from Mark Chapman, Ian Wright and Chris Sutton about the future of the Football Daily Podcast.

    • 3 min
    MNC: Would football behind closed doors work?

    MNC: Would football behind closed doors work?

    The gang is back together, well, almost. Mark Chapman, Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith are live from their own homes, but by the power of radio, are together for the Monday Night Club. In the hope of bringing a little laughter, expect to hear Chappers do a dodgy Aussie accent and questions like - just how handsome is Patrik Berger? Then, up for more serious discussion is whether or not football behind closed doors would work. With Leeds currently top of the Championship and looking likely to return to the Premier League for the first time in 16 years, we hear from striker Patrick Bamford. And Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe explains how he’s trying to manage his club from where he lives 300 miles away.

    • 35 min
    Coronavirus: How is it impacting the Women’s game?

    Coronavirus: How is it impacting the Women’s game?

    Steve Crossman is joined by former England goalkeeper Rob Green, from a studio in Leeds, and former Republic of Ireland striker Clinton Morrison, from the comfort of his own home, to discuss what they're doing to keep busy and stay connected during this period of social distancing.

    The team are joined by Chelsea Women's manager, Emma Hayes, to talk about how coronavirus is impacting the women's game, how it can be protected and how her players from abroad are coping with keeping safe in self-isolation.

    Shrewsbury Town’s Romain Vincelot joins the pod to talk about coming back from a career-threatening injury, only to have his return thwarted by coronavirus. Plus, Wolves’ Captain Conor Coady speaks to the team about being a club captain at a time like this and the inspiration he has taken from former Liverpool captain, Steven Gerrard.

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

JPD2016 ,

John’s 5 Live World Cup Podcast Review

So the first is disappointment I didn’t find out about this Podcast until about 2 days before the Eng semi final despite reading BBC news and listening to BBC world podcasts every day!! I remember they advertised ad nauseum about some murder mystery dating back to the war - why not advertise current day Podcast in advance!
I complained to BBC because they still give the biggest cheating b.....d in the world reporting time and free publicity yet noting about your preview that’s sad!!
By the way my friend and I thought the turkish referee for the Eng Croa game was Maradonas illegitimate son! Yet no one on the commentary teams talked about how poor and biased towards croat the ref was in that game.
The 5 or 6 episodes I heard were very entertaining especially Klinsmann Lineker Waddle?(sorry) reminiscing about their semi in 90. Sorry to miss the rest earlier.
The Dublin Southgate interview also great.
That’s at least 5 for 5 so all the best and thanks.
John D. (Long suffering England fan who saw the ‘66 game on a small black/white TV aged 11!)

Cheese n pickle ,

Great show

Love the podcast. The prize for winning the sweepstake should be a meal for 2 with Chris Sutton.

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