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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

De Boer sacked - is Bilic next?  

Former Crystal Palace striker Ian Wright says the club's decision to sack Frank de Boer is "callous" and Sir Trevor Brooking gives his opinion on Roy Hodgson, who is the favourite to take over. We also bring you reaction to West Ham's 2-0 win over Huddersfield - is it enough to keep Hammers boss Slaven Bilic in his job?

Palace make worst start since 1924  

Reaction from a day when Swansea lost at home to Newcastle and Palace's poor start continued, as they lost 1-0 at Burnley.

"It's just not been Liverpool's day"  

Reaction to Saturday's Premier League, Football League and Scottish Premiership action, including Liverpool's match at Manchester City, which featured goals and controversy aplenty

'I don't see Liverpool losing against Manchester City' - Jenas  

Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas are joined by Joleon Lescott and Brede Hangeland as they look ahead to the weekend’s Premier League fixtures, including Manchester City vs Liverpool. Swansea City Manager Paul Clement and Belgium coach Roberto Martinez provide insight into the modern managerial psyche, and Brede explains his ‘Lazy XI’ as well as sharing some bizarre tales of his time under Felix Magath at Fulham.

I'm disappointed with Rooney over drink-driving charge - Koeman  

We hear from Everton manager Ronald Koeman on Wayne Rooney and Arsene Wenger talks about how close Arsenal were to signing striker Kylian Mbappe. Plus, Birmingham City manager Harry Redknapp joins Eleanor Oldroyd to give his thoughts on Premier League clubs voting to close next summer's transfer window before the start of the 2018-19 season.

England's lack of progress concerning - Wright  

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright and journalists Neil Ashton and Sam Wallace join Mark Chapman to review the latest round of 2018 World Cup qualifiers. The panel discuss the impact of England's Marcus Rashford and Wales' Ben Woodburn, speak to Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill and look at Argentina's struggles to qualify for next year's tournament in Russia.

Wales keep World Cup hopes alive  

Goals from Hal Robson-Kanu and Aaron Ramsey mean Wales are still in with a chance to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Listen to reaction from Wales in Moldova, fans have their say and we hear from the Republic of Ireland camp as they lose 1-0 to Serbia.

Will Woodburn follow in Giggs and Bale’s footsteps?  

Former Wales striker John Hartson says 17year-old Ben Woodburn could be a special talent. Hear reaction from Hartson on Wales’ 1-0 victory and from Terry Butcher as England’s attention switches to Monday’s qualifier against Slovakia. And BBC World Service’s John Bennett brings us the latest on Barcelona’s claim Liverpool wanted more than £180m for Philippe Coutinho, something the Reds flatly deny.

'I'm not sure move to Liverpool is good for Oxlade-Chamberlain'  

Mark Chapman, David Ornstein and Jason Burt are joined by former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson to discuss Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s potential move to Liverpool and all the latest deals, as the transfer window enters its final hours.

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