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Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates, Steve Crossman, Darren Fletcher and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 Live Football Daily team bring you the latest news, insight, analysis and big name guests from the Premier League, WSL and the Football League, plus Scottish, International and European football. Get in touch with us @5liveSport on social media and remember to leave us your ratings and reviews.

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Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates, Steve Crossman, Darren Fletcher and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 Live Football Daily team bring you the latest news, insight, analysis and big name guests from the Premier League, WSL and the Football League, plus Scottish, International and European football. Get in touch with us @5liveSport on social media and remember to leave us your ratings and reviews.

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Ten Hag’s Man Utd stun City to win FA Cup

5/25/2024
Mark Chapman has reaction as Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United win the FA Cup. He's joined by Chris Sutton, Dion Dublin, Ian Dennis and correspondent John Murray. Hear the trophy lift and interviews with Ten Hag, Kobbie Mainoo, Alejandro Garnacho, Bruno Fernandes and Pep Guardiola. 00:15 Man Utd’s celebrations begin 18:15 Trophy lift 20:55 Ten Hag comes up trumps 24:15 Mainoo & Garnacho interviewed on the pitch 29:05 Should City have had two penalties? 30:30 Erik ten Hag speaks to Gary Lineker 41:25 Pep Guardiola: ‘This season has been unbelievable’ 46:30 Bruno Fernandes: ‘We had to sacrifice’ 50:00 What does this mean for European places? 53:50 Brendan Rodgers after winning the double for Celtic

Duration:00:57:12

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Friday Football Social: Ten Hag to be sacked?

5/24/2024
Darren Fletcher previews the FA Cup final amid reports Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag will be sacked. He’s joined by Peter Schmeichel, Michael Brown and Kevin Nolan. Hear from ten Hag and catch up with Phil Foden with Man City on the verge of a double double. 01:20 Reports Ten Hag will be sacked 08:15 Ten Hag: “I’m just focusing on the job and the project” 18:10 Man City on the verge of more history 24:45 Schmeichel: “It’s painful to see City win the treble” 27:35 Phil Foden reflects on his stellar season 34:30 Pep playing mind-games with his players?

Duration:00:42:10

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Euro Leagues: Will Kompany advance to Bayern Munich?

5/23/2024
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balagué, Julien Laurens and James Horncastle to round up the week's biggest European football stories. The team discuss Atalanta's historic win in the Europea League and the end of Bayer Leverkusen's "Invincible season". We get reaction to the surprise news that Vincent Kompany might be heading to Bayern Munich. Plus, the group look at the retirement of World Cup winner Toni Kroos and Pochettino's departure from Chelsea. Timecodes: 03:15 - Atalanta's Europa League win 12:28 - The end of Bayer Leverkusen's "Invincible season” 15:08 - Vincent Kompany to Bayern Munich? 23:40 - Mauricio Pochettino's departure from Chelsea 32:00 World Cup winner Toni Kroos' retirement 35:50 Kylian Mbappé leaving PSG

Duration:00:40:31

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Scotland boss Steve Clarke sets sights on Euro 2024

5/22/2024
Eilidh Barbour reacts to Scotland's provisional 28-man squad for Euro 2024 with former Scotland forwards James McFadden, Pat Nevin and the Times' Scottish football correspondent Michael Grant. The panel discuss the inclusion of Liverpool's teenage winger Ben Doak, Scotland's striker options and who will be cut from the final squad. You can also hear from Scotland boss Steve Clarke with BBC Scotland's Chris McLaughlin. TOPICS 1 min - Initial thoughts 5 mins - Steve Clarke interview 11 mins - Ben Doak discussion 14 mins - Scotland's forward options 20 mins - Goalkeepers and defenders 26 mins - Pre-tournament friendly performances 28 mins - Can Scotland finally get out of the group stage?

Duration:00:33:27

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72+: Bright green Benali & Southampton ‘limbs’

5/22/2024
Aaron Paul and Jobi McAnuff preview the Championship play-off final with Phil Brown. Southampton legend Franny Benali joins the pod live; also hear from Leeds striker Patrick Bamford. The panel reflect on Norwich sacking David Wagner and play-off final wins for Oxford and Crawley. Plus, ‘limbs’ and pitch invasions feature in 72 PLUS 72 MINUS. 04:10 Southampton legend Franny Benali LIVE 12:30 Will Franny be wearing his bright lime green jacket again? 13:55 Leeds striker Patrick Bamford ahead of the final 15:40 How daunting is it walking out at Wembley? 21:35 No surprise as Norwich sack David Wagner? 26:30 Oxford shock Bolton to seal League One promotion 28:55 Crawley come through Crewe to win League Two play-offs 30:45 ‘Limbs’ & pitch invasions in 72 PLUS 72 MINUS

Duration:00:34:23

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Women's Football Weekly: Millie Bright on the WSL title & the legacy of Emma Hayes

5/22/2024
Ben Haines and England Women's record goal scorer Ellen White are joined by Chelsea captain Millie Bright following their fifth WSL title in a row. Millie gives an insight into the title run and the games that defined it. Plus, what the conversations were between Emma Hayes and the players in those final games. Ellen and Millie discuss the legacy Emma has left in the WSL as she departs for the USA and how her impact on the women’s game has driven standards across women’s sport. Millie’s French bulldog Zeus also makes a surprise appearance! Timecodes: 0:10 Intro 03:45 United match 08:20 Chelsea leavers 20:41 Mary Earps contract 24:30 Games that defined the title 31:20 Emma Hayes legacy

Duration:00:39:26

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Rashford left out & Pochettino leaves Chelsea

5/21/2024
Kelly Cates has reaction to the England squad list and Pochettino leaving Chelsea. She’s joined by former England internationals Dion Dublin and Matt Upson, as well as journalist Daniel Storey and correspondent John Murray. Hear from Gareth Southgate on his selection, catch DJ Pat Nevin on Mauricio Pochettino’s departure from Stamford Bridge and hear from passionate fan Alex. 01:30 John Murray on ‘two big omissions’ from England squad 03:20 Gareth Southgate talks through his choices 09:15 Disappointment for Marcus Rashford 10:30 Dion defends Southgate’s selection 12:50 Defensive headache for the England manager 17:30 Chelsea part ways with Mauricio Pochettino 23:10 Ex-Chelsea winger Pat Nevin has his say 27:15 Pat talks through his DJ set 29:50 Chelsea fan Alex goes in on Dion & Chelsea

Duration:00:42:21

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Monday Night Club: Dominance, disappointment and departures

5/20/2024
Mark Chapman is joined by Conor Coady, Rory Smith and Chris Sutton to reflect on the end of the Premier League season. They discuss: the dominance of Manchester City after they sealed their fourth consecutive league title, the disappointment for Arsenal’s players after they fell short of pipping Pep Guardiola’s side to the top spot, and the departure of Jürgen Klopp. Marcel van der Kraan joins the Monday Night Club to discuss the challenges facing Arne Slot at Anfield, and after a strong finish to the season for Crystal Palace will Oliver Glasner have Eze, Olise and Mateta at his disposal for next season? 00:12 – Manchester City 23:24 – Arsenal 28:42 – Crystal Palace 36:19 – Arne Slot discussion with Marcel van der Kraan 41:10 – Jürgen Klopp’s goodbye and the challenges facing Slot

Duration:00:51:35

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Four in a row for Manchester City

5/19/2024
Mark Chapman presents reaction to the final day of the 2023-24 Premier League season as Manchester City win a fourth consecutive title. There’s reaction from Pep Guardiola and Phil Foden after he scored twice in their 3-1 win over West Ham at the Etihad. Mikel Arteta reflects on Arsenal’s season after they fell short despite a 2-1 win over Everton. Jürgen Klopp bids an emotional goodbye to Anfield after Liverpool’s 2-0 victory against Wolves. Mauricio Pochettino analyses Chelsea's season after they secured European football and a sixth-place finish, with a 2-1 win over Bournemouth. We also hear from Newcastle boss Eddie Howe and the outgoing Bournemouth manager Roberto De Zerbi. Plus, Rob Edwards reflects on Luton Town’s one-season stay in the Premier League. 18:11 – Eddie Howe interview 21:13 – Jürgen Klopp interview 27:31 – Mauricio Pochettino interview 29:24 – Mikel Arteta interview 31:57 – Rob Edwards interview 33:56 – Roberto De Zerbi interview 34:54 – Phil Foden interview 36:57 – Pep Guardiola interview

Duration:00:39:39

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Sports Report: Chelsea win WSL & De Zerbi to leave

5/18/2024
Steve Crossman has reaction as Chelsea win a fifth straight Women’s Super League title. Hear from Emma Hayes and Fran Kirby after their final games at the club. Also on the agenda - Roberto de Zerbi will leave Brighton after Sunday’s game against Manchester United. Hear from Brendan Rodgers after Celtic lift the Scottish Premiership trophy. And Des Buckingham talks to the Football Daily after guiding Oxford to League One play-off glory at Wembley. 01:20 Chelsea win fifth straight title 09:25 Fran Kirby: “I got a little bit emotional with the goal” 11:30 Man City miss out despite win at Villa 18:15 Emma Hayes: “I’m just relieved it’s over” 20:15 Roberto De Zerbi to leave Brighton 28:10 Could Bayern Munich be De Zerbi’s next move? 31:00 Scottish Premiership champions Celtic finish with flourish 33:05 Oxford stun Bolton in League One play-off final

Duration:00:35:02

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Friday Football Social: Title race, Tarkowski and Ta-ra Jurgen

5/17/2024
Aaron Paul is joined by Michael Brown, Clinton Morrison and Nigel Reo-Coker to look ahead to the final weekend of the Premier League season. They assess the title race, with Manchester City two points clear of Arsenal at the top of the table, and look at what lessons Leicester, Ipswich and either Southampton or Leeds can take from the sides heading back the Championship after this campaign. There’s reflection on Jurgen Klopp’s impact on the Premier League as he prepares to say his goodbye to Anfield. Everton’s James Tarkowski joins the Friday Football Social to reflect on their season. And with Chelsea in with a chance to finish above Tottenham we look at what’s going right for Mauricio Pochettino at Stamford Bridge. 00:28 – The Title Race 19:54 – Jurgen Klopp prepares for Anfield goodbye 26:12 – James Tarkowski interview 31:25 – Advice for the promoted teams 37:38 – Patience paying off for Pochettino?

Duration:00:44:05

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Euro Leagues: Coppa Italia final & Euro squads

5/16/2024
Steve Crossman presents Euro Leagues and is joined by Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Raphael Honigstein. The team talk the Coppa Italia final and Max Allegri’s future, Germany and France Euro squads which includes the return of N’Golo Kanté. Plus Mbappé’s next move and Bologna’s Champions League qualification. The team also reflect on the career of Roberto Baggio who retired 20 years ago today. Timecodes: 0:10 Intro 02:00 Coppa Italia final & Allegri 07:40 Atalanta 19:10 Euro squads - N’Golo Kanté back 24:10 Germany squad 27:15 Mbappé 38:30 Bologna & Roberto Baggio

Duration:00:46:58

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Mikel Arteta’s People and Places

5/16/2024
Come inside Mikel Arteta’s home as he sits down, in his living room, with Guillem Balagué to chat about all the great moments in his life – both in football and away from it. From his childhood on the beaches of San Sebastián, to the bunk beds of the Barcelona academy, hear his stories of moving to Paris with his mum and embracing the British weather in Glasgow. Through the influences of Pep Guardiola, Mauricio Pochettino, his parents – and especially his wife – we explore his growth from a player to the Arsenal manager, while delving into the more personal aspects of his life, like why Mallorca holds such a special place in his heart.

Duration:00:54:04

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Celtic triumph, plus Man Utd, Chelsea & the WSL

5/15/2024
Mark Chapman hosts reaction to Wednesday night's football as Celtic beat Kilmarnock 5-0 to win the Scottish Premier League title. Pat Nevin and Gavin Wallace provide reaction from Rugby Park, with further analysis by Michael Grant, The Times' Scottish Football Correspondent, and James McKenzie from A Celtic State of Mind Podcast. The show then moves onto Old Trafford, where Manchester United beat Newcastle 3-2 in the Premier League, before discussing Chelsea's 2-1 win at Brighton. The Telegraph's Tom Garry offers an expert view on the Women's Super League title race after Chelsea won 1-0 at Spurs to set up an exciting final day of the season. TIMECODES: 00:17 - Celtic win title 17:10 - Manchester United 3-2 Newcastle 19:10 - Brighton 1-2 Chelsea 21:30 - WSL title race

Duration:00:27:17

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72+: Wild for the EFL play-offs

5/15/2024
Aaron Paul and Jobi McAnuff talk EFL play-offs with Gareth Ainsworth. Hear from West Brom captain Jed Wallace with both Championship play-offs goalless going into the second legs. What can we expect from Leeds-Norwich and Southampton-West Brom? Oxford boss Des Buckingham joins the pod LIVE ahead of their trip to Wembley to face Bolton in the League One play-off final. And some League Two ‘housery’ features in 72 PLUS 72 MINUS. 02:30 Championship play-offs saving up the drama 04:45 Do Leeds have too many attacking options? 06:05 Did the heat cause the goals to dry up? 08:10 Contrasting styles in Southampton-West Brom 12:45 West Brom captain Jed Wallace ahead of second leg 16:00 How to harbour togetherness and team spirit 21:30 Oxford boss Des Buckingham on going to Wembley 30:30 Expectation weighing heavy on Bolton? 33:25 An unexpected League Two play-off final 36:25 Goals galore & a bit of ‘housery’ in 72 PLUS 72 MINUS

Duration:00:40:48

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Women's Football Weekly: England's summer squad & Miedema leaves Arsenal

5/15/2024
Ben Haines and England Women's record goal scorer Ellen White are joined by Aston Villa and Scotland captain Rachel Corsie. The team react to the England squad announcement ahead of the next set of Euro 2025 qualifiers and Manchester United winning the FA Cup for the first time. Plus Ellen and Rachel give their thoughts on the surprise announcement that the WSL’s top goal scorer Vivianne Miedema is leaving Arsenal. Timecodes: 0:10 Intro 02:35 England squad announcement 09:20 FA Cup 21:41 Miedema leaving Arsenal 28:21 WSL final weekend

Duration:00:37:26

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Man City edge closer & Villa in Champions League

5/14/2024
Aaron Paul has reaction as Man City beat Tottenham to move within one win of a historic fourth successive Premier League title. He’s joined by former Man City midfielder Michael Brown, ex-Tottenham midfielder Andy Reid and former Aston Villa and Celtic striker Dion Dublin. Also hear from Paul Robinson, Mark Schwarzer and correspondent John Murray. Catch interviews with Pep Guardiola and Ange Postecoglou. The panel reflect on Aston Villa celebrating Champions League football. And Philippe Clement has his say after Rangers thump Dundee to prolong Celtic’s title chase. 00:25 Man City overcome biggest remaining hurdle 06:40 Michael Brown praises ‘professional performance’ 11:00 Tottenham give it a go in ‘strange’ atmosphere 13:20 Ange Postecoglou’s quickfire interview 16:25 Aston Villa in the Champions League 20:50 Celtic made to wait for Premiership title 23:40 Pep Guardiola on being one win away

Duration:00:26:31

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Monday Night Club: North London holds its breath

5/13/2024
Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Theo Walcott. They discuss the Premier League title race going down to the final day. Should Tottenham fans want to lose to Manchester City on Tuesday night? Manchester United cancel their end-of-season awards dinner. And Brendan Rodgers answers his critics as Celtic close in on the Scottish Premiership title. 02:20 Title race goes to the final day 05:20 How will Arsenal’s players feel if they fall short? 10:05 When did it go so right for Man City? 15:00 Theo wearing ‘Tottenham white’ ahead of Tuesday night 19:45 Déjà vu for Tottenham and Arsenal 22:30 Has Ange Postecoglou grasped the North London fan rivalry? 26:25 Man Utd cancel end-of-season awards 34:45 Wayne Rooney’s comments about Man Utd’s injured players 42:45 Celtic close in on the Scottish Premiership title 47:15 Brendan Rodgers answers his critics

Duration:00:52:28

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Arsenal go top, Casemiro’s ‘assist’ & Man Utd win FA Cup

5/12/2024
Ben Haines and Nedum Onuoha have reaction as Arsenal take the Premier League title race to the final day. They’re joined by Nigel Reo-Coker and ESPN’s Mark Ogden. Also hear from Mikel Arteta and Erik ten Hag, what about Casemiro’s struggles in defence? And catch up with Ella Toone and BBC Sport’s Emma Sanders as Manchester United win their first Women’s FA Cup. 02:00 Final ‘Nedum’s picks’ of the season? 04:05 Arsenal take title race to the final day 05:40 Casemiro struggles in defence again 13:25 Mikel Arteta: ‘It’s an unbelievable day’ 17:50 What are Arsenal’s title chances? 20:55 Ten Hag: ‘We were competitive’ 25:50 Man Utd win Women’s FA Cup 28:10 Ella Toone gets goosebumps 33:20 Do Tottenham come away with any credit? 34:25 A Tube encounter with Rachel Williams 35:15 Scorchers being dealt in ‘Question Time’

Duration:00:38:59

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Sports Report: Burnley relegated & Man City edge closer

5/11/2024
Mark Chapman and 5 Live Sport’s team of reporters take you through the big stories from Saturday’s football as Burnley are relegated from the Premier League and Manchester City edge closer to the title. Get expert analysis from Paul Robinson and Chris Waddle – PLUS you’ll hear interviews with the likes of Rob Edwards, Vincent Kompany and Joško Gvardiol.

Duration:00:22:47