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.


European Football Show  

Mark Chapman is joined by European football experts Mina Rzouki and Archie Rhind-Tutt to discuss both Milan teams, German football and an underdog story to rival Leicester City's.

'Zlatan and Pogba are being dragged down by everyone else'  

Mark Chapman is joined on the Monday Night Club by Burnley boss Sean Dyche, Rory Smith and Danny Mills to discuss Manchester United’s defeat to Chelsea and the art of coaching.

Mourinho: My players didn’t let me down  

Danny Mills and John Murray join Jonathan Overend to bring you reaction as Chelsea thrash Manchester United 4-0 on Jose Mourinho's return to Stamford Bridge. You will also hear from Pep Guardiola after Manchester City's draw with Southampton and Moussa Dembele who scored the winner as Celtic beat Rangers to reach the Scottish League Cup final.

Arsenal 'very fortunate' to draw with Middlesbrough  

Mark Chapman rounds up the action from Saturday's Premier League games. Hear from Arsene Wenger after Arsenal's draw with Middlesbrough, there's reaction from Claudio Ranieri after Leicester beat Crystal Palace and Xherdan Shaqiri discusses his two goals which helped Stoke beat Hull. There is also a look at the games in the EFL with Mark Clemmit.

Jenas: Man City are nowhere near the 'Guardiola way'  

Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas are joined by Hull City defender Alex Bruce and former Premier League referee Howard Webb for the Friday Football Social.

'Man City are all over the place defensively'  

Phil Neville, Jason Burt and John Murray join Mark Chapman to discuss Manchester City's 4-0 defeat against Barcelona in the Champions League. Pep Guardiola explains his decision to leave Sergio Aguero on the bench and you will hear from Arsene Wenger after Arsenal's 6-0 win over Ludogorets.

'Leicester are giving it everything in the Champions League'  

Reaction as Leicester City beat FC Copenhagen to maintain their 100% record in the Champions League. Meanwhile, Tottenham are held to a goalless draw away to Bayer Leverkusen.

Man Utd are title contenders - Mourinho  

Robbie Savage, Jason Burt and John Murray join Kelly Cates to discuss Liverpool's goalless draw with Manchester United at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho give their assessment of the game and Liverpool and United fans share their thoughts on the 5 live Football Social.

'Comfortable' Southampton continue unbeaten run  

Reaction as Southampton ease past Burnley in the Premier League, whilst Middlesbrough leave the field to boos as they lose to Watford.

Guardiola: ‘I feel sad for the players’  

Saturday’s 5 live sport saw the Premier League return after the international break. Everton escaped with a point against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, Maarten Stekelenburg saved two penalties for the Toffees. Crystal Palace weren’t so fortunate, losing to a 10-man West Ham at home, pushing the hammers out of the relegation zone.

Osman: 'I wouldn't pick Rooney against Liverpool'  

Former Everton midfielder Leon Osman joins Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas to preview the weekend's Premier League fixtures on the Friday Football Social. Plus, debate on how elite clubs' academies should be run and how will the returns of Steve Bruce, Neil Warnock and Steve McLaren affect the Championship.

‘Apathy rising among England fans’  

Former Tottenham manager David Pleat and newspaper journalists Henry Winter, Neil Ashton and Sam Wallace join Mark Chapman to review the performances of Gareth Southgate’s England and whether apathy amongst fans is on the rise. Plus, where does defeat in Slovakia leave Gordon Strachan?

Mills: 'England outplayed, outmuscled and outthought by Slovenia'  

Reaction as Joe Hart spares England's blushes with a wonderful performance to earn Gareth Southgate's men a 0-0 draw with Slovenia. Plus Gordon Strachan has his say after Scotland are jeered by their own fans following 3-0 defeat away to Slovakia.

Smith: 'Southgate has made a power-play by dropping Rooney'  

Chris Sutton, Pat Nevin and Rory Smith join Mark Chapman to discuss Wayne Rooney being dropped by Gareth Southgate, whether Jordan Henderson is the right choice to receive the captain’s armband, Spain’s Gerard Pique announcing he is to end his international career for political reasons, and whether Gordon Strachan’s behaviour is that of a man who no longer wants the Scotland job.

Hartson: Wales fortunate to draw with Georgia  

John Hartson discusses Wales’ draw at home to Georgia as they suffered a setback in their World Cup qualifying campaign. John Motson, Pat Nevin and Andy Dunn assess Gareth Southgate’s first game in charge of England, and debate Wayne Rooney's international future.

Mills: England are heading in the right direction  

Former England internationals Chris Waddle and Danny Mills discuss England's victory over Malta in their World Cup qualifier at Wembley. You will also hear from interim manager Gareth Southgate, Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge. Plus, former Scotland winger Pat Nevin reflects on a frustrating night for Scotland as they drew 1-1 with Lithuania at Hampden Park.

Jenas: ‘England wish they could play like Wales’  

We hear from Gareth Southgate on the eve of his first match in charge of England, former Republic of Ireland striker Robbie Keane on his career without international football, Scotland fans on Gordon Strachan’s future and a Tim Vickery explanation as to why police chased Ecuador’s Enner Valencia as he was stretchered off towards an ambulance.

Wales draw 'feels like a victory'  

John Hartson joins Caroline Barker to reflect on Wales' 2-2 draw with Austria in their World Cup qualifier in Vienna. You will also hear from Neil Warnock who tells us why he decided to take the job at Cardiff City.

Stones: Southgate has ruthless streak to succeed  

Hear from defender John Stones ahead of England’s friendly with Malta, John Hartson looks ahead to Wales’ qualifier with Austria on Thursday and York City manager Jackie McNamara opens up about his recent struggles at the club.

'Rooney's leadership qualities are an asset to England'  

England captain Wayne Rooney and defender Gary Cahill were put up before the media today ahead of their World Cup qualifying group match against Malta on Saturday.

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