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


Mourinho: Nothing I can do to change Man Utd luck  

Robbie Savage joins Jonathan Overend to discuss Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Everton. You will also hear from United manager Jose Mourinho who says his team continue to play "extremely well" despite winning one of their last eight Premier League games. John Hartson and Alistair Bruce-Ball react to Bournemouth's stunning comeback win over Liverpool, and there is a look at Sunday's FA Cup second round ties which included a heartbreaking defeat for non-league Curzon Ashton.

Guardiola: We're not 'strong enough' in the final third  

Chelsea record an eighth successive Premier League win after beating Manchester City 3-1 at the Etihad, you will hear from Antonio Conte and Pep Guardiola as Mark Chapman rounds up Saturday's action. There is also reaction to a much needed three points for Crystal Palace and big wins for Tottenham and Arsenal.

Jenas: Chelsea 'scarily good' in new formation  

Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas look ahead to the top matches of the Premier League weekend and react to an incident-packed win for Nottingham Forest over 9-man Newcastle.

Southgate: England's potential excites me  

Eleanor Oldroyd presents reaction to Gareth Southgate's first press conference since becoming the permanent England manager. Also Tim Vickery provides more information on the Colombian air crash that took the lives of 71 people - including 19 members of the Brazilian football side Chapecoense

Schwarzer: 'Wenger isn't bothered about winning the EFL Cup'  

Reaction as Southampton dump Arsenal out of the EFL Cup with a 2-0 win at the Emirates, and Manchester United cruise past West Ham, beating the Hammers 4-1 at Old Trafford. We also discuss Gareth Southgate's appointment as the new England manager, and bring you the latest on the Chapecoense air crash.

'Ben Woodburn will never forget tonight'  

Mark Pougatch presents reaction as Liverpool and Hull City are through to the semi-finals of the EFL Cup after victories over Leeds and Newcastle. We also hear from Brazilian football expert Tim Vickery in the aftermath of the tragic plane crash that claimed the lives of the majority of the Brazilian team Chapecoense.

Townsend: ‘The clock is ticking for Pardew at Palace’  

Swansea and Aston Villa bosses Bob Bradley and Steve Bruce join the Monday Night Club with Mark Chapman, Andy Townsend, Amy Lawrence and Chris Sutton.

'Man Utd have been unlucky' - Rui Faria  

Reaction as Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands during Manchester United's 1-1 draw with West Ham. You will hear from United assistant boss Rui Faria who says the club have been "unlucky" in recent weeks. Steve Claridge and Alan Green discuss Everton's defeat at Southampton as Ronald Koeman returned to his old club, and Brendan Rodgers reflects on winning his first trophy at Celtic after their victory in the Scottish League Cup final.

Pardew: Palace must come back fighting after Swansea loss  

Swansea manager Bob Bradley discusses their "incredible" 5-4 win over Crystal Palace on Saturday, you will also hear from Alan Pardew who's Palace side have now lost six games in a row. Chelsea return to the top of the Premier League following a 2-1 win over Tottenham, plus reaction to victories for Liverpool and Manchester City.

Upson: ‘Genius’ Chelsea is ‘acid test’ for Spurs  

Former Premier League players Matthew Upson and Jermaine Jenas discuss last year’s title decider, Chelsea v Tottenham, Arsenal’s perennial wobble and Koeman’s return to Saints.

Football sex abuse victims 'could number hundreds'  

Former Tottenham and England player Paul Stewart says "hundreds" of children may have been sexually abused by figures within football.

'Man City defence not good enough to win Champions League'  

Mark Lawrenson and Pat Nevin join Mark Chapman for reaction to Wednesday's Champions League games as Manchester City qualify for the knockout stages, Arsenal finish second in group C and Celtic exit the tournament. There is also the latest on the football sexual abuse inquiry as the former Manchester City and England footballer David White became the fourth player to speak publicly about being abused by a coach as a child.

Spurs Fan: ‘Our Champions League campaign has been embarrassing’  

Champions League reaction as Leicester beat Club Brugge to top their group and qualify for the last-16, but Spurs lose away at Monaco, and are out of the competition. You’ll hear the thoughts of supports from both teams, plus managers Claudio Ranieri and Mauricio Pochettino. We also speak to Phil Neville about rumours link him with the Bury job, and get his assessment of the job Jose Mourinho is doing at Manchester United.

'It's a great time to be an Albion fan'  

Mark Chapman presents the latest on the England managerial vacancy. Plus, reaction to West Brom's 4-0 win over Burnley which sees them rise to ninth in the Premier League.

Nevin: Chelsea will not run away with the league  

Chelsea are top of the Premier League following victory at Middlesbrough. Jonathan Overend brings you reaction to a sixth straight league win for Antonio Conte's side, and Newcastle's 2-0 win at Leeds as they extend their lead in the Championship to five points.

Guardiola: There's no doubt about Yaya Toure's quality  

Mark Chapman rounds up Saturday's Premier League games including Manchester City's victory at Crystal Palace. You will hear from goalscorer Yaya Toure and City boss Pep Guardiola. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp discusses their goalless draw with Southampton, plus there is reaction to Arsenal's draw at Manchester United and Tottenham's dramatic 3-2 win over West Ham.

Keown: 'Wenger finally has a team to wipe the smile off Mourinho's face'  

Manchester United v Arsenal, Mourinho v Wenger, Wayne Rooney and RB Leipzig. These are all talking points for Jermaine Jenas and Darren Fletcher as they look ahead to the weekend’s Premier League action.

'Steven Gerrard should aim higher than MK Dons'  

All the day's football news including; Rumours of Steven Gerrard taking over at MK Dons, Gordon Strachan's future as Scotland manager and the latest on Gareth Southgate & England.

'England players can no longer behave like Gazza'  

The behaviour of Wayne Rooney is the big talking point as the star has issued an apology after being photographed while drunk in his England kit. We also hear from Ian Holloway on his return to Queens Park Rangers, preview Manchester United against Arsenal, and ask what next for Steven Gerrard,

Southgate: We played exceptionally tonight  

Caroline Barker is joined by Chris Waddle and Danny Mills to react to England's 2-2 draw with Spain at Wembley.

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