5 live's Football Daily

5 live's Football Daily

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The latest football news from BBC Radio 5 live with results, analysis, debate & exclusive interviews.

Episodes

Rooney's Man Utd goal record won't be broken - Ferguson  

Sir Alex Ferguson talks in-depth about Manchester United record breaker Wayne Rooney, and offers his assessment of the team's progress under Jose Mourinho. We also round up action from the championship as Brighton go top with a 1-0 win over Cardiff.

Monday Night Club: "My father headed medicine balls"  

Mark Chapman is joined by Premier League winner Chris Sutton, former Republic of Ireland midfielder Andy Townsend and Jonathan Northcroft of The Sunday Times. The panel look back the weekend's football with a special look at Hull's Ryan Mason and the latest on his head injury. Plus, Rooney gets 250, Wenger is charged, Costa is back with a bang and West Brom captain Darren Fletcher is live.

Claridge: 'If Chelsea beat Arsenal & Liverpool, title is theirs'  

Listen to reaction as Chelsea went eight points clear at the top of the Premier League after beating Hull City 2-0. We also review a dramatic game at Emirates Stadium where a stoppage-time penalty earned Arsenal all three points at the expense of Burnley, plus we speak to Claudio Ranieri after Leicester are thumped 3-0 at Southampton. There is also a round-up of the big talking points from Saturday’s action, including Wayne Rooney's record-breaking goal for Manchester United, Swansea's win at Liverpool, the form of Jack Wilshere, and Ross McCormack's future at Aston Villa. Finally, we hear from Brazil after thousands of fans turned out to watch Chapecoense play their first match since most of their players were killed in a plane crash.

Rooney makes Manchester United 250 history  

Wayne Rooney has become Manchester United's all-time leading goalscorer, scoring a sensational stoppage-time free-kick that rescued a point at Stoke. Rooney curled in from the left-hand corner of the penalty box for his 250th United goal, one more than Sir Bobby Charlton. Plus, Swansea cause an upset in a sensational five-goal thriller at Anfield, Palace slip into the bottom three and Sunderland hit rock bottom. Join Jonathan Overend for all the reaction.

Gerrard is back  

Caroline Barker with the days sports news, including the return of Steven Gerrard to Liverpool and lots of transfer action as Berahino and Fonte both make moves.

Bilic: Payet situation isn't good for anyone  

The latest on the Dimitri Payet saga, Manchester City's new signing Gabriel Jesus and Chapecoense who play their first match since their tragic air crash this week.

Liverpool fan: 'Klopp doesn't care about the FA Cup'  

Listen to FA Cup reaction as Lucas Leiva scored his first goal in seven years to send Liverpool into the fourth round at the expense of League Two Plymouth. You'll hear from both managers, Jurgen Klopp and Derek Adams, plus one disgruntled fan who criticises the Liverpool boss for fielding weakened teams in the competition.

'Lincoln FA Cup win was for Graham Taylor'  

Caroline Barker presents as non-league Lincoln City and Sutton United progress into the fourth round of the FA Cup as they shock Ipswich Town and AFC Wimbledon.

Nevin: Everything's gone wrong for Claudio Bravo  

Chappers is joined by Pat Nevin, Robbie Savage and Rory Smith for the Monday Night Club as they discuss Manchester City's bad form and Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

Savage: Man Utd & Man City won’t win the title  

Listen to reaction as Manchester United and Liverpool draw 1-1 and Everton thrash Manchester City 4-0. You'll hear from Jose Mourinho, Jurgen Klopp, Ronald Koeman and Pep Guardiola, plus Everton teenager Tom Davies - who was born on the day England were knocked out of the 1998 World Cup by Argentina.

'Best Spurs performance' tops off 'brilliant week' - Kane  

Tottenham Hotspur go second in the Premier League, Arsenal continue their scoring form and we bring you all the reaction from these games plus the other fixtures in England.

Is Diego Costa about to derail Chelsea's season?  

Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas are joined by Everton's Yannick Bolasie and ex-England defender Joleon Lescott to preview the weekend's games and all the breaking news from the Premier League.

Tributes to Graham Taylor  

Mark Pougatch and guests pay tribute to Graham Taylor, the former England, Aston Villa and Watford manager, and 5 live football pundit, who has died aged 72. You'll hear from John Motson, Jimmy Armfield, Alan Shearer, Luther Blissett and others as they share their memories of one of the sport's most respected men.

'Liverpool's worst performance under Klopp'  

Mark Chapman presents as Southampton beat Liverpool in the EFL Cup. Also reaction to England women's record goalscorer Kelly Smith's retirement from football.

Fans not convinced about World Cup expansion  

Fans react to FIFA's decision to expand the World Cup from 32 teams to 48. Plus reaction to Manchester United's 2-0 win over Hull in the first leg of the League Cup semi-final. Hear from Jose Mourinho on the game, plus breaking news that United have agreed a £22m fee with Everton for Morgan Schneiderlin.

Leeds avoid FA Cup upset  

Join Kelly Cates for reaction as Leeds avoid an FA Cup slip-up against Cambridge United and hear reaction to the fourth-round draw. Plus, are referees costing your side crucial points? That's the theme of the post-match phone-in with Steve Claridge, Ian Dennis and Henry Winter.

'Klopp disrespected Plymouth with Liverpool team selection'  

Listen to FA Cup third round reaction after the youngest Liverpool starting line-up in the club's history were held to a frustrating draw by resolute League Two side Plymouth Argyle. We also round up the day’s other ties which saw Tottenham, Chelsea, Middlesbrough and Fulham progress, plus speak to former Premier League referee Mark Halsey about the standard of officiating in today’s game.

FA Cup 3rd Round: Rooney equals Charlton's record  

All the reaction as three Premier League sides are knocked out by Football League opposition. Hear from Jaap Stam on his return to Old Trafford and Milwall manager Neil Harris.

Guardiola's City answer critics in style  

Reaction as Manchester City thrash West Ham five-nil in the FA Cup third round. Hear analysis from Conor McNamara and Chris Sutton, plus the post-match thoughts of Pep Guardiola and goalscorer John Stones.

FA Cup third-round banana skin?  

Mark Chapman is joined by Danny Mills, Simon Grayson and Tony Evans to preview the FA Cup third-round weekend. Hear from fans, managers and players as we look back at third-round classics and ahead to possible new banana skins.

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