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72+ The Charlie Austin episode - West Brom to West London
The QPR striker tells us why he decided to move from West Brom to West London and return to a place he calls home. He explains how he scored his first goal back at QPR on Wednesday and why he knew he had to leave after a meeting with the new West Brom manager, Sam Allardyce.
Austin explains how he felt after going viral with Parklife and he tells us about the thrill of scoring and whether he thinks celebrations will stop.
We also hear from the Crawley Town manager, John Yems after they knocked out Leeds in the FA Cup and they got drawn against a club he got sacked from AFC Bournemouth.
Euro Leagues: Title races, transfer chases and Lee Cattermole's coaching ambitions
On this weeks show, Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Mina Rzouki to discuss the latest football news across Europe as the title race hots up in Italy with both Milan clubs threatening to break the Juventus stronghold on Serie A.
We also look at the latest transfer news as each of the panel select the potential moves they've got their eyes on most across the continent.
Plus former Sunderland, Wigan and Middlesbrough midfielder Lee Cattemole discusses ending his playing days in Holland at the age of just 32, to set his sights on a successful coaching career.
Fulham take a point at Tottenham, but Brighton can’t crack Man City
Reaction from Fulham’s draw at Tottenham and Man City’s win over Brighton.
Ivan Cavaleiro scored a late header to earn Fulham a hard-fought draw against Tottenham. We hear from Scott Parker who says his side were unlucky not to get all three points, as well as Jose Mourinho.
Manchester City extended their unbeaten run to 14 matches in all competitions with a win over struggling Brighton. City move up to third and you can hear reaction from both Pep Guardiola and Graham Potter.
Plus in addition to the live football, we have a ‘Wednesday Night Club’ with Nedum Onuoha, Dion Dublin and Jim White of The Telegraph. Up for discussion includes Manchester United’s rise to the top of the Premier League and Solskjaer bringing back Man United’s DNA. Plus, can anyone block better than Burnley? We chat the art of defending.
United reach the summit, Blades finally win and Toffees top four
Mark Chapman reflects on three huge matches in the Premier League with the 5 Live Sport commentary team as Manchester United beat Burnley 1-0 at Turf Moor to move top of the table, three points ahead of champions Liverpool.
At the 18th time of asking, Sheffield United finally registered a Premier League victory by beating 10-man Newcastle thanks to a Billy Sharp penalty at Bramall Lane.
And Everton are back in the top-4 with hard fought 2-1 win over Wolves at Molineux.
MNC: Why Crawley had ‘everything to prove’
The Monday Night Club is joined by Crawley defender Jordan Tunnicliffe to discuss how the League Two squad were united by wanting to, ‘prove people wrong’. Mark Chapman presents the pod where you’ll hear about Micah Richards’ behaviour during ‘horrible trials’ at Manchester City, why Chris Sutton is great at reading bed time stories and Rory Smith discusses why current scouting methods might need to be updated. Nedum Onhoua got in touch with the pod and joins the guys to discuss Lyle Taylor’s comments about ‘Black Lives Matter’.
FA Cup glory for Crawley and Chorley
Jeanette Kwakye is joined by Ben Haines, Gary Caldwell and James Collins to reflect on the big weekend of FA Cup third round action.
Crawley stun Premier League side Leeds United beating them 3-0 – Crawley's Nicholas Tsaroulla joins the pod to talk about what that win meant for him after having missed a couple of years of playing after being in a car accident.
Non League side Chorley also made it through to the fourth round after they beat Derby County – James and Gary reminisce on their FA Cup celebrations in the dressing room.
Can Sam Allardyce turn West Brom around after losing out to Blackpool on penalties and will Sheffield United’s win give an all important boost for Chris Wilder’s side?
The panel also reflect on Marine’s historical tie against Tottenham Hotspur.