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. TOPICS: 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
Steve Crossman is joined by John Murray, Nedum Onuoha and Jonathan Woodgate to discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's sacking at Manchester United. Former Manchester United striker, Louis Saha drops by to give his thoughts before ESPN's Senior Writer Mark Ogden joins the podcast to explain how the club came to the decision and what's next at Old Trafford. TOPICS: 11.30 – David De Gea Interview after defeat to Watford 17:30 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's final interview after defeat to Watford 19:45 – Louis Saha 35:40 – Mark Ogden
Steve Crossman is joined by former Blackburn striker Chris Sutton, New York Times' Rory Smith and former Scotland international Don Hutchison on the Wednesday Night Club. With just over one year to go to Qatar 2022, they look back at England's year so far and talk about what they need to do next. With Wales and Scotland seeded for the World Cup playoffs, who will they draw? And will Norwich get relegated after the appointment of new manager Dean Smith? 3'35 – England correspondent John Murray joins the pod 4'10 – What 2021 has been like for England 14'55 – How do you pick an England XI? 28'09 – Wales and Scotland seeded for World Cup playoffs 39'10 – Norwich manager Dean Smith
Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Rob Green, Ian Dennis, Roddy Forsyth and Pat Nevin to reflect on memorable nights for England and Scotland. Gareth Southgate's side qualified for the 2022 World Cup with a 10-0 win away to San Marino that saw Harry Kane score four goals to move level with Gary Lineker on the all-time scoring charts. You'll hear from both of them as well as Tyrone Mings before Steve Clarke gives his thoughts on another memorable night at Hampden Park as his Scotland team guarantee a home play-off spot for Qatar by beating Denmark 2-0. James Horncastle then drops by to explain what has gone wrong for European Champions Italy, who drew 0-0 with Northern Ireland and missed out on automatic qualification. Finally Pat and Rob give their thoughts on Dean Smith becoming the new Norwich manager as Steven Gerrard takes his first Aston Villa training session. TOPICS: 01:00 – England's 10-0 win over San Marino. 06:00 – Harry Kane Interview 08:20 – Gareth Southgate Interview 11:30 – Tyrone Mings interview 16:00 – Scotland's 2-0 win over Denmark 20:15 – Steve Clarke 21:00 – Italy's goalless draw with Northern Ireland 25:30 – Dean Smith at Norwich and Steven Gerrard at Aston Villa.
Steve Crossman reacts to England's victory against Albania at Wembley with the former England goalkeeper Rob Green, our senior football reporter Ian Dennis and the Time's Chief football writer Henry Winter. The win means they're just one point away from qualification to the World Cup in Qatar. The team discuss the importance of Gareth Southgate to England's success and his future with the national team after reports that he's expected to sign a new two-year contract extension taking him to Euro 2024. We'll hear from Southgate himself with our football correspondent John Murray, plus Harry Kane is on the football daily. And we hear from Scottish football reporter Roddy Forsyth and the former Scotland international Charlie Adam after Scotland clinched a World Cup play-off place with a game to spare after beating Moldova. TOPICS 01:25 - England reaction 03:30 - Gareth Southgate post-match interview 07:00 - Further analysis of England's five nil win 08:20 - Significance of Southgate bringing best out of players 19:10 - Harry Kane post-match interview 21:19 - Importance of leaders in England squad 26:23 - Reaction to Scotland's two nil victory over Moldova 28:35 - Steve Clarke post-match interview 29:17 - Charlie Adam joins the football daily to react to Scotland's win
Connie McLaughlin is joined by former West Ham and England defender Matthew Upson, ex-Aston Villa and Wales defender James Collins and our senior football reporter Ian Dennis to react to the news that Steven Gerrard has been appointed as the new Aston Villa manager. The guys explain why they think it's a great move for both parties and what style of play they expect Gerrard to implement at Villa. Our Scottish football reporter Roddy Forsyth and ex-Scotland forward James McFadden tell us what this means for Rangers going forward and for Scottish football in general. Plus, Rangers fan Courtney tells us why many supports are feeling betrayed by Gerrard for leaving the club during the season. We discuss Scotland's World Cup qualifier against Moldova and the injury problems they're facing. And a year on from their infamous win over Serbia to qualify for Euro 2020, we hear from their manager Steve Clarke on what he thinks they've improved on over the last 12 months. Football correspondent John Murray drops by to give us the latest from the England camp ahead of their matches against Albania and San Marino, from which they need four points to qualify for Qatar. Gareth Southgate shares his thoughts on Harry Kane's form and Upson tells us why he thinks some players have struggled for form after the Euros. And ahead of Wales' crucial games against Belarus and Belgium, Collins tells us what it would mean for Gareth Bale to win his 100th cap and why he thinks Aaron Ramsey needs to leave Juventus for the benefit of his international career. TOPICS 01.49 - Reaction to Villa appointing Gerrard 07.44 – Roddy and McFadden on where Rangers go from here 10.49 - Rangers fan Courtney 14.54 – Is Moldova a must-win game for Scotland? 17.13 - Steve Clarke on Scotland improvements over last year 20.22 - John Murray on England 22.00 - Gareth Southgate on Harry Kane 28.48 - Wales' hopes for Bale and Ramsey
Episode 219 of Talk Ultra is co-hosted by two times MDS champion, Elisabet Barnes. We discuss the 35th 2021 race with expert discussion on heat from Dr Jodie Moss. We also have eight interviews with 2021 participants: Emma Burton, Gower Tan, John Murray, Kim Hutt, Mags McHardy, Martina Taylor, Paul Been and Pierre Meslet.
Kelly Cates is joined by former Everton midfielder Leon Osman and our football correspondent John Murray for reaction to Manchester United's last-gasp 2-2 draw with Atalanta, as Cristiano Ronaldo came to the rescue again with a stoppage time equaliser to keep United top of Group F in the Champions League. Statman Dave drops by to give us the numbers behind another eventful performance by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side. The guys discuss United's fitness levels, how they're functioning with the 3-5-2 system and what they'll need to improve if they're to win Saturday's Manchester derby. We hear from Solskjaer himself, who compares Ronaldo's impact at United to that of Michael Jordan at Chicago Bulls. Chelsea moved closer to the knockout stages with a 1-0 win over Malmo. Vicki Sparks and Rob Green watched this one in Sweden and join us to reflect on another solid defensive showing from the reigning European champions. John Bennett rounds up the rest of the action in Europe as Barcelona claimed a much-needed win against Dynamo Kiev and Robert Lewandowski scored another hat-trick for Bayern Munich. John also gives us the latest on Sergio Aguero, who has been ruled out for a long period after suffering chest pains in a recent match, and we hear Pep Guardiola's thoughts on his former striker's situation. Tottenham have appointed Antonio Conte as their new head coach on an 18-month contract to replace Nuno Espirito Santo, who was sacked on Monday. Assistant editor for the Daily Mirror, Darren Lewis, joins us to discuss why he thinks Conte is one of Levy's greatest appointments at Spurs and how Conte can revitalise Harry Kane. Darren also gives us the latest on Villarreal manager Unai Emery, who is the leading candidate to take over as Newcastle manager. And Liverpool will book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a win over Atletico Madrid on Wednesday. John Gibbons from The Anfield Wrap tells us how the team will benefit from qualifying with two games to spare and what he makes of Diego Simeone saying he won't shake hands with Jurgen Klopp again at the end of the match. TOPICS 00:46 – Manchester United reaction with John and Leon 02:35 – Statman Dave and numbers behind United's performance 11:09 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reaction 12:04 – United fans' frustrations 15:26 – Chelsea's win over Malmo with Vicki and Rob 20:29 – John Bennett rounds up the other Champions League headlines 22:15 – Pep Guardiola on Sergio Aguero 23:21 – Antonio Conte at Spurs with Darren Lewis 29:28 – Liverpool v Atletico Madrid preview with John Gibbons
Saluton, estas mi Tyson Saner. I am your host for this first Succotash episode of November. It's number 277, welcome to it. How was your Halloween? Mine hasn't happened yet technically but it will have had by the time you hear this so…Who knows? Will I remember to follow up on it to let you know how it went? Will I tweet about it? How far into the future are you? Does Twitter still exist? Does the internet still exist? How about the iPod, did it make a comeback?…Well, even if it does I imagine this show will still refer to podcasts as "soundcasts" and that's fine by me. Last week on Epi276, show creator and executive producer Marc Hershon brought you a quartet of clips from the likes of Mike and Tom Eat Snacks, O'Brien & Bolt: the Podcasts, The Dana Gould Hour, and The Projection Booth/Kulturecast crossover. It's an episode full of entertainment and I urge you to check it out at your earliest convenience. This week, I've selected 3 clips for your listening pleasure. They are from the soundcasts known as Half Hour Happy Hour: Ladies Night with Alison and Maude (& Tom), Saturday Night Live Afterparty, and Anxiety Bites. There's also a classic Henderson's Pants advert from 2014 - Henderson's Pedestrian Pants - for you to enjoy…or process however you choose to, really. It's a fun ad from our longtime fake sponsor. Can you believe this show has survived for 10 years without actual sponsorship? Well,…it has. CLIPS Half Hour Happy Hour: Ladies Night with Alison and Maude (& Tom) Each week Alison Haislip and Maude Garrett (w/Tom Rajewski) sit down for a half hour of happy hour. Drinks are drank and conversations are had covering stories both important and useless. Sit, relax, and knock back a glass of your favorite adult beverage while you laugh with (or at) them for the next 30ish minutes. Our featured clips is from their October 7th show of this year, entitled "VHS Clamshells from The Vault", where the gang issues back together for more libations and to catch up! Anxiety Bites Comedian Jen Kirkman, who has had life-long Panic and Generalized Anxiety Disorder, brings her life-lessons, humor, and hope to a show that's about normalizing having anxiety so that we go from whispering dramatically, “I have anxiety” to saying out loud with a shrug, “Yeah, I have anxiety.” Jen interviews experts with anxiety — be they PhD's, creatives, or spiritual gurus — for advice on how to self-diagnose, begin to treat, and how to live easily with everyday anxiety and panic and, at the very least, giving an interesting, relatable, calming listen. We clip the show called "Anxiety is Old Habit!" from just this past month, where Jen talked to NY Times Bestselling Author, MD, PhD, Dr. Jud Brewer and finds out how our fingers can help us during a panic attack, sometimes neuroscience puts out the fire of anxiety better than therapy, and why the hell haven't our brains evolved beyond thinking we're in danger when we're not? Saturday Night Live (SNL) Afterparty A Peabody Award-coveting podcast review of NBC's storied late night show SNL, featuring intimate, probing, aggressive—yet tender—conversations with fresh, young, supple voices from across the comedy landscape. Hosted by John Murray of the Spry Agency, and including Katherine Coleman and Steve Finn. Our clip is from the episode looking at Owen Wilson's hosting on October 2nd of this year, as well as musical guest Kacey Musgraves. And that's what's in store in our first show of November, the first show after Halloween…and we march steadily on towards December and the end of the year that was 2021…Or rather, still IS 2021. How is it that 2021 has been actually somewhat more frustrating than 2020 was? I suppose that's a subjective observation but I'd be willing to bet that I am not alone in that estimation. Thank you for listening, I do hope you got something out of this brief moment in time and that it was positive. I do hope 2022 is better but I'm in no hurry to get there lately. Time moves too fast for my taste lately. Perspective is what it is. Next show up in a week is Epi278 and Marc Hershon is at the wheel and then, presumably, I will be back for Epi279. Until then, be decent to each other, try not to spread disease or bad ideas, and if anyone asks you if you have heard anything interesting lately and it happens to be us that fills in that particular blank for you, won't you do us the utmost of favors and please pass the Succotash? — Tyson Saner
Kelly Cates and guests reflect on Liverpool's dramatic 3-2 win away to Atlético Madrid in the Champions League after Manchester City beat Club Bruges 5-1 in Belgium. John Murray and Mark Lawrenson recap a frantic night at the Wanda Metropolitano before John Gibbons from the Anfield Wrap joins the podcast to give his thoughts. After Jurgen Klopp explains his awkward exchange with Diego Simeone on the whistle, John Bennett rounds up all the other games in Europe. Alistair Bruce-Ball and Pat Nevin then reflect on a memorable night for Cole Palmer as Manchester City breezed to a convincing win over Burges. After Pep Guardiola's post-match comments, focus turns to Manchester United ahead of a huge tie at home to Atalanta, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had plenty to say ahead of the game. TOPICS: 00:12 – Reaction from Madrid 17:37 – Jurgen Klopp's post-match comments 20:30 – All the other Champions League games 23:30 – Rection from Bruges 30:25 – Pep Guardiola's post-match comments 32:30 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Man Utd preview
Our 5Live Sport commentary teams are out and about in Europe for the latest round of the Champions League. John Murray and former Liverpool defender, Mark Lawrenson, are in Madrid ahead of Liverpool's tie against Atletico Madrid. They talk about the current form of Mo Salah, this same fixture last season and how Atletico are performing in La Liga. Plus, Alistair Bruce-Ball and former Scotland winger, Pat Nevin, are in Belgium to preview Club Brugge v Manchester City.
Spine specialist, Dr. John Murray shares his experience treating "the worst of the worst" back pain patients with Cox Technic using the Cox 8 Table made by Haven Medical. About Dr. John Murray Located in Clinton, NJ, Dr. John G. Murray Jr. is a board certified Chiropractor providing affordable, high-quality care since 1980. Dr. Murray serves Hunterdon and Warren counties as well as the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. His vision is to promote health and well being through chiropractic adjustments, sound nutrition, specific exercise, and positive attitude. In other words, patients learn to move well, eat well, and think well. "Empowering our patients to understand that their lifestyle choices make a difference is the greatest thing we can do." Dr. Murray utilizes proven chiropractic techniques ranging from full spine adjusting to upper cervical technique as well as extremities. Adjustments are performed by hand or by an arthostim instrument, always utilizing the gentlest force possible. He is Cox Technic Certified doctor. Resources: www.jmurraychiropracticnj.com Dr. Murray 908-638-4144 Find a Back Doctor thebackdoctorspodcast.com The Cox 8 Table by Haven Medical
Kelly Cates is alongside former Scotland forward, James McFadden, Wales striker, Sam Vokes, and former Republic of Ireland international, Clinton Morrison to look back at the international weekend. They delve into Steve Clarke's time at Scotland so far and look at what has changed for Scotland over the years to get to this point. The panel discuss Jack Grealish and Phil Foden and how they are at the top of their game, not only for their club, but for country as well. Plus, the new CEO of the PFA, Maheta Molango, joins the pod to talk about players schedules, vaccinations and racism. Topics: 1'30 – What has changed for Scotland? 8'55 – Steve Clarke on the Scotland squad 10'37 – How important are the players who may not play every game? 17'20 – Our football correspondent, John Murray, joins the pod to talk about England v Hungary 18'46 – Gareth Southgate on Grealish, Foden and Hungary 27'45 – Phil Foden's talent 30'35 – CEO of the PFA, Maheta Molango, joins the pod
Steve Crossman looks back at a successful night for two of the home nations in the World Cup qualifiers. Our commentary team of Alistair Bruce-Ball, Pat Nevin and Roddy Forsyth react to what was a magical night at Hampden Park, which saw Scotland beat Israel in the 94th minute to go second in Group F. England cruised to a 5-0 victory against Andorra, and John Murray, Ian Dennis and Leon Osman reflect on a straightforward night's work for Gareth Southgate's men. Plus, reaction to the WSL Manchester derby with Vicki Sparks and Siobhan Chamberlain. Topics: 1'35 - Reaction from the full time whistle at Hampden Park 5'25 - Lee McCulloch on Scotland's win 13'29 - Hear from John McGinn 15'04 - Leon Osman, John Murray and Ian Dennis on England's 5-0 win over Andorra 22'29 - John Murray with Gareth Southgate 24'03 - Vicki Sparks & Siobhan Chamberlain from Leigh Sports Village on the Manchester derby
Doug Kezirian previews the NFL card with Las Vegas oddsmaker John Murray, discussing how the market has overreacted to last weekend's results and why Bucs-Patriots might be the most heavily bet game all regular season.
Kelly Cates is joined by Michael Brown, Sylvain Distin and John Murray to reflect on Manchester City's 2-0 defeat at Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League group stage. They discuss what City lacked after dominating possession and having more shots on target - and whether PSG were that convincing despite winning the match. We hear what Pep Guardiola made of his team's performance, before Julien Laurens joins us to discuss what Lionel Messi's first goal will mean to him and the fans and how the front three of Mbappe, Neymar and Messi are allowed to play with such freedom. Alistair Bruce-Ball rounds up another big win for Liverpool as they thrashed Porto 5-1 and tells us what injury issues Jurgen Klopp is facing ahead of Sunday's visit of Man City. John Bennett drops by to tell us about the other big results in the Champions League – including a shock last-minute win for Moldovan side Sheriff against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu. And we reflect on the passing of Liverpool's record league goalscorer and England World Cup winner, Roger Hunt, who has died at the age of 83. Former Liverpool defender and assistant Phil Thompson shares his memories of his idol and friend - describing what his success meant for the club and its fans. TOPICS 00.27 - John Murray summary of game 01.20 - Reaction with Michael Brown and Sylvain 06.30 - Pep Guardiola post-match reaction 12.26 - Julien Laurens on Messi's first goal 18.27 - Alistair Bruce-Ball on Liverpool's win at Porto 20.35 - John Bennett rounds up rest of the main Champions League headlines 25.37 - Phil Thompson on passing of Roger Hunt
Our 5Live Sport commentary team of John Murray and former Manchester City midfielder, Michael Brown, are in Paris ahead of Manchester City's Champions League tie against PSG. They talk about whether last season's semi-final will play a part in how both teams set up and whether Lionel Messi will start this game for PSG.
Katherine Downes is joined by correspondent Iain Carter, Andrew Magee – 4 time winner on the PGA Tour are at the Whistling Straits to give us an live insight on the atmosphere. We also are joined by John Murray who is part of the 5Live Commentary team who gives his opinion on what we may expect over the next couple of days. Live coverage of the 43rd Ryder Cup across 5 live Sport. Our commentary gets underway at 12.30 tomorrow on Sports Extra with the morning foursomes. The afternoon fourballs will then be on 5 live from 6 o'clock through to the conclusion of play.
Doug Kezirian visits with Las Vegas oddsmaker John Murray, who explains how the Chiefs & Ravens currently represent the most lopsided ticket count he's ever seen. Plus, they break down the value plays and dangerous spreads for Week 2.
Doug Kezirian visits with Las Vegas oddsmaker John Murray, who explains how the Chiefs & Ravens currently represent the most lopsided ticket count he's ever seen. Plus, they break down the value plays and dangerous spreads for Week 2.
Kelly Cates and guests look back on an incredible opening night of this season's Champions League. John Murray and Michael Brown describe the extraordinary scenes post-match in Bern where the ten-men of Manchester United lost 2-1 late on to Swiss Champions Young Boys before The Athletic's Carl Anker joins the pod to reflect on what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said in his press conference. It was much more straightforward at Stamford Bridge where Lee Dixon and Vicki Sparks watched Chelsea beat Zenit 1-0. They discuss the impact Romelu Lukaku has had on Thomas Tuchel's side before John Bennett and Mina Rzouki drop by to wrap up the rest of the night's action. Mina sticks around as focus turns to AC Milan's trip to old foes Liverpool on Wednesday. Lee then gives his thoughts on Manchester City ahead of their tie with RB Leipzig before Pep Guardiola gives a frustrated response to the suggestion that he must win the Champions League before he leaves club. TOPICS: 01:00 – Atmosphere in Bern and reflecting on Manchester United's defeat 12:30 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 13:30 – Carl Anker's thoughts 18:30 – Chelsea's win over Zenit 26:00 – Rest of the night's matches 28:30 – Liverpool Vs AC Milan preview 33:30 – Man City Vs RB Leipzig preview
Doug Kezirian visits with Las Vegas oddsmaker John Murray to break down the NFL Week 1 lines and what sharp action and line moves they have seen. They also discuss how best to play the current market odds, including teasers and some futures.
Mark Chapman is joined by John Murray, Rob Green, Ian Dennis and Terry Butcher to look back on England's 1-1 draw with Poland. England looked on course to continue their perfect set of results in their World Cup qualifying group until Robert Lewandowski delivered a perfect cross for Szymanski to head past Jordan Pickford in the 92nd minute. You'll hear from Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate and Kalvin Phillips. Plus the former England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain joins the pod to discuss Manchester City Women's exit from the Champions League. TOPICS: 1 min – England reaction from the panel 2 mins – Harry Kane with John Murray 9 mins – Gareth Southgate with John Murray 16 mins – Kalvin Phillips with John Murray 18 mins – Siobhan Chamberlain on Manchester City exiting the Women's Champions League 23 mins – Return of the Premier League and some players not being allowed to play for their clubs
Kelly Cates is joined by former Scotland Internationals Pat Nevin and Alan Hutton as well as Roddy Forsyth to discuss Scotland's 1-0 win away to Austria that has revived their World Cup qualification hopes. Lyndon Dykes' first half penalty proved enough in Vienna, as Steve Clarke's men held on to move up to second in group F. John Murray and ex-England captain Terry Butcher join the podcast from Warsaw to look ahead to England's Qualifier against Poland. We also hear from Gareth Southgate on Harry Kane coming up against Robert Lewandowski. Finally the panel discuss FIFA's proposal for a World Cup every two years. TOPICS: 01:00 – Reaction to Scotland's win away to Austria 11.45 – Look ahead to Poland Vs England 20:00 Discussion about FIFA's biennial World Cup plans
Steve Crossman is joined by former England defender Matthew Upson and Ian Dennis to reflect on England's 4-0 win over Andorra in their World Cup qualifier at Wembley. The guys discuss Bukayo Saka's birthday goal, the performances of Jude Bellingham and Jesse Lingard and Patrick Bamford's international debut. John Murray is pitchside at Wembley to bring us reaction from Tyrone Mings and Gareth Southgate. Former Wales striker Sam Vokes drops by to share his thoughts on their last-gasp win over Belarus, as Gareth Bale completed his hat-trick with a stoppage time winner to snatch a vital 3-2 win. We also hear from the Wales manager Rob Page. Ex-Chelsea, Arsenal and England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain joins us to reflect on an exciting opening weekend of the Women's Super League. We discuss Arsenal's controversial 3-2 win over defending champions Chelsea, where Beth Mead appeared to be offside for her winning goal. Emma Hayes shares her frustrations at the lack of VAR in the women's game. And Siobhan also talks about Manchester City's title credentials after they started their season in style with a 4-0 win at Everton. TOPICS 00.57 – England reaction 02.10 – Bukayo Saka's birthday goal 05.20 – England's actions off the pitch 11.48 – John Murray's interview with Tyrone Mings 13.34 – Jude Bellingham discussion 18.19 – Jesse Lingard's reputation and future 21.34 – Harry Kane equalling Michael Owen's England record 23.46 – Patrick Bamford's debut 28.31 – John Murray's interview with Gareth Southgate 33.40 – Sam Vokes reaction to Wales' win and Gareth Bale's hat-trick 35.16 – Rob Page reaction 39.21 – Siobhan Chamberlain reflections on opening weekend of WSL 41.55 – Emma Hayes' thoughts on lack of VAR in women's game
Emma Saunders is joined by the Daily Telegraph's chief football correspondent Jason Burt and the former Aston Villa, West Ham and Wales defender James Collins to discuss this weekend's World Cup qualifiers. They chat all things England, Wales and Scotland, with John Murray dropping by to give us the lowdown from England training. We also hear from Gareth Southgate on the maturity his players showed against Hungary, what changes he's expecting to make for the Andorra match and and his plans for Patrick Bamford. And Conor Coady talks about his relationship with Tyrone Mings and what playing for England means to him. TOPICS 01.20 - John Murray lowdown on England training 02.36 - Jadon Sancho's absence 04.52 - England's expectations after Euro 2020 final 08.29 - Possible England changes for Andorra match 11.06 - John's interview with Gareth Southgate 17.26 - John's interview with Conor Coady 22.29 - Wales discussion 28.01 - Scotland discussion
Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Dennis, John Murray, Karen Carney and Rob Green to review England's 4-0 win over Hungary and the racist chants that overshadowed the match. Hear interviews with Gareth Southgate, Harry Kane and Harry Maguire. Plus Conor McNamara and Colin Murray discuss Northern Ireland's 4-1 win over Lithuania. TOPICS: 1.35 – Gareth Southgate with Juliette Ferrington 8.24 – Karen Carney on racism 9.12 – Harry Maguire with Juliette Ferrington 11.40 – Performance review 15.35 – Team selection 19.00 – Harry Kane with Juliette Ferrington 22.08 – Gareth Southgate press conference quotes 25.04 – Northern Ireland v Lithuania
It all changed in one minute for Scotland – two quickly-conceded first-half goals saw their World Cup hopes dealt a serious blow, as they lost 2-0 to Denmark in their qualifier. Connie McLaughlin is joined by Charlie Adam, Roddy Forsyth, Pat Nevin and Conor McNamara for reaction. Rob Page reflects on a goalless friendly with Finland for Wales. And ahead of England's World Cup qualifier with Hungary, BBC football correspondent John Murray joins the podcast. You can hear from Gareth Southgate on moving on from the disappointment of the Euro 2020 final defeat. Plus, Harry Maguire explains how he's feeling about playing with new Manchester United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein and Kristof Terreur to look at the big stories in European football. As Manchester City take the first steps towards signing Cristiano Ronaldo, the team debate how he could potentially fit into Pep Guardiola's side and what it would be like to see him back playing in the Premier League again. Rafa has a ‘football conspiracy theory' on Real Madrid's tactics to try and sign Kylian Mbappe from PSG before the transfer window closes. Football correspondent John Murray joins the pod to talk about Gareth Southgate's squad selection ahead of England's upcoming World Cup qualifiers, with a first call-up for Leeds striker Patrick Bamford. And why was the former Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic the unlikely star of a fascinating Champions League draw?
Darren Fletcher is joined by Matthew Upson for the first Friday Football Social of the new Premier League season. We'll bring you reaction from the Brentford Community Stadium with John Murray and Michael Brown, as Brentford marked their first top flight game in 74 years with a 2-0 win over Arsenal. We'll hear Thomas Frank and Mikel Arteta's reaction to that result. Matthew and Michael also chat about Harry Kane's future and whether he should play against Manchester City on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel's take on Liverpool and Chelsea's title credentials, and the big game between long-time rivals Manchester United and Leeds. TOPICS 00:46 - Brentford v Arsenal reaction 12:07 - Thomas Frank interview 13:42 - Mikel Arteta interview 17:10 - Harry Kane's future and Tottenham v Man City 28:58 - Liverpool and Chelsea's title credentials (including Klopp and Tuchel) 41:54 - Manchester United v Leeds preview
Steve Crossman is joined by The Athletic's James Horncastle & Carl Anka as Romelu Lukaku edges close to a return to the Premier League with Chelsea. John Murray and former Arsenal and England defender Matt Upson join Steve from Wembley after Leicester beat Manchester City 1-0 to lift the Community Shield with Jack Grealish making his debut for the Premier League champions. And as the football league season begins, Aaron Paul from the 72+ podcast joins Steve to talk through the opening weekend. TOPICS: 00:10: John Murray and Matt Upson reflect on Leicester's Community Shield victory over Manchester City at Wembley as Jack Grealish made his debut. 03:45: The Athletic's Carl Anka & James Horncastle join Steve, John and Matt to discuss Romelu Lukaku's pending move to Chelsea. 14:22: Are Chelsea now firmly in the Premier League title race and who are the other contenders? 23:08: Aaron Paul from the 72+ joins Steve to discuss the opening weekend in the football league.