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


Can Southgate shake-up the England squad?  

Caroline Barker previews England's football friendly with Germany in Dortmund with former England winger Chris Waddle, German football expert Rafa Honigstein and The Sun's Head of Sport Shaun Custis. The panel discuss the state of the game in both countries and player development.

‘Selfish Wenger’s Arsenal is a dictatorship’  

Andy Townsend, John Collins and Chris Sutton join Mark Chapman on the Monday Night Club to discuss the imminent decision on Arsene Wenger's future.

Manchester City and Liverpool lose ground on Chelsea  

Jonathan Overend brings you reaction to an end-to-end clash between Manchester City and Liverpool, plus wins for Tottenham and Manchester United. Also, the latest on the future of Arsene Wenger after Arsenal lost on Saturday to West Brom.

Decision on Wenger future 'very soon' as Arsenal lose again  

Chelsea leave it late but move 13 points clear in the Premier League whilst Arsenal lose for a fourth time in five games. Features an interview with Ronald Koeman on Romelu Lukaku

'Leicester must think they can win the Champions League'  

How far can Leicester City go in the Champions League, why are English sides struggling in Europe, Jose Mourinho on inheriting a 'sad club', plus previews of the weekend games.

Jenas: 'Defoe is as sharp now as he's ever been'  

Jermaine Jenas has backed Gareth Southgate’s decision to recall Jermain Defoe to the England squad. You'll also hear from Everton boss Ronald Koeman following Romelu Lukaku's decision to turn down a new contact with the club, plus how Manchester United secured a place in the Europa League quarter-finals with a 2-1 aggregate victory over Russian minnows FC Rostov.

Phil Neville: ‘Man City have failed to live up to expectations’  

Phil Neville and Trevor Sinclair react to another thrilling game between Monaco and Manchester City, with the French side winning 3-1 on the night and making it 6-6 on aggregate to knock Pep Guardiola’s men out on away goals. You’ll also hear from Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho who has hit back at those criticising the form of Paul Pogba.

Leicester win had ‘epic quality of title-winning season’  

Reaction to an historic night as Leicester qualify the Champions League quarter-finals. Includes the post-match thoughts of Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare.

Mourinho: Judas is Chelsea's number one manager  

Reaction to a tempestuous night at the Bridge as Chelsea beat holders Manchester United to reach the FA Cup semi-finals. Includes interviews with Jose Mourinho and Gary Cahill.

Spurs into Cup semis but lose Kane to injury  

Reaction to Spurs' hammering of Millwall, a potentially serious injury to Harry Kane, Liverpool's come-from-behind win and Rangers grabbing a late point in the Old Firm derby.

Lincoln's 'remarkable' FA Cup run ended by Arsenal  

Mark Schwarzer and John Murray assess non-league Lincoln City's fairytale FA Cup run which was ended following a 5-0 defeat against Arsenal. There is also a round of Saturday's Premier League games including victories for Hull, Bournemouth and Everton.

'Wenger could be tempted by a fourth PSG offer'  

What does future hold for Arsene Wenger? French football journalist Julien Laurens tells us about PSG's potential 4th offer, plus we look at Zlatan's next likely destination.

Barcelona complete the greatest comeback in Champions League history  

Listen to reaction as Barcelona overturn a 4-0 first-leg deficit and knock out Paris St-Germain to reach the Champions League quarter-finals for the 10th successive season. We also discuss the dent to Manchester City's title hopes as they draw 0-0 with Stoke, bring you the latest on Arsene Wenger's future at Arsenal, discuss Tyrone Mings’ five-game ban for violent conduct, and hear from Jose Mourinho who is very unhappy about the state of the pitch for Manchester United’s Europa League match with Rostov on Thursday.

Lennon: "Arsenal are a team of spoiled brats"  

Reaction as Arsenal are thumped by Bayern Munich and knocked out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage for the seventh successive season. The 10-2 aggregate defeat is the worst suffered by an English side in the Champions League. You can hear debate from Mark Pougatch, Neil Lennon and Mark Clemmit on the problems at Arsenal, including the future of Alexis Sanchez. Then, join John Murray and Jermaine Jenas at the full time whistle, as fans phone in to have their say.

Neville: Kanté is Europe's best midfielder  

Reaction to the weekend's talking points including the alleged falling out between Alexis Sanchez and his Arsenal team-mates, referees attending stag do's during the season and potential bans for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Tyrone Mings. Plus, another professional display ends in Chelsea victory and a 10-point lead.

Kane outguns Lukaku as Spurs win to close gap to Chelsea  

Reaction to wins for Spurs and Manchester City whilst Celtic remain on course for the domestic treble in Scotland. Includes interviews with Pep Guardiola and Harry Kane.

Zlatan: ‘Mings jumped into my elbow’  

Reaction to big wins in the fight against relegation for Leicester, Crystal Palace and Swansea. Elsewhere, Liverpool beat Arsenal whilst Manchester United are held to a draw in a fiery clash with Bournemouth.

Gerrard: "Henderson has grown into Liverpool captaincy"  

Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas preview the weekend's football. The special guest in the studio is West Ham's Michail Antonio and Steven Gerrard joins the discussion too.

'Gemmell's right up there with Celtic greats'  

Jim Craig pays tribute to his former Celtic team-mate Tommy Gemmell, who has died aged 73 following a long illness. We also ask Leyton Orient's former owner Barry Hearn if he has any regrets about selling the club following the news Orient have been served a winding-up order over an unpaid tax bill.

Enrique leaving Barcelona is the right decision - Graham Hunter  

Barcelona-based journalist Graham Hunter believes the timing is right for the Catalan club to announce manager Luis Enrique will step down at the end of the season. Pep Guardiola also shares his thoughts on Enrique’s departure, and the performance of his current goalkeeper Claudio Bravo during Manchester City’s 5-1 win over Huddersfield in the FA Cup. Plus, Danny Murphy tells us why Roy Hodgson would be a good appointment for Leicester City.

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