5 live's World Football Phone-in

5 live's World Football Phone-in

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Expert answers to your questions in World Football: The Phone-in from BBC Radio 5 live's Up All Night programme.

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World Football Phone-In  

Expert answers to your questions in World Football

World Football Phone-In  

Expert answers to your questions in World Football

World Football Phone-in.  

Wayne Rooney may have landed himself in hot water for partying during the England break but we'll be keeping the mood upbeat as we look at the South America and Africa leagues. We're in the company of the legendinho that is TIM VICKERY and the Springboka Junior himself, MARK GLEESON.

World Football Phone-In  

Tim Vickery, Paul Sarahs, and Dotun's nephew and Sligo Rovers right-back Tobi Adebayo-Rowling discuss the reasons for England's consistent failures in major competitions, the best players in the League of Ireland, and how a legendinho was born.

World Football Phone-in  

Tim Vickery and Jon Arnold join Dotun to discuss the greatest underdog stories, the links between Scottish and Brazilian football, and what Jurgen Klinsmann means when he talks about "rhythm".

World Football Phone-In  

On the latest edition of the world football phone in - "The Legendio" Tim Vickery and Paul Sarahs " Galatasaras" talk South American/European football and the death of Carlos Alberto.

World Football  

Mark Gleeson and Tim Vickery join Dotun Adebayo to discuss football around the world. And there's a new shirt name to be handed out to one well travelled listener

World Football Phone-in  

Dotun discusses South American & European football with guests Tim Vickery & Paul Sarahs. Subjects discussed are the potential new Atlantic football league, boycotting the Russian World cup and Brazil FC being overrated.

World Football Phone-In  

Dotun discusses North and South American football with Tim Vickery and Jon Arnold, including the arrival of Swansea boss Bob Bradley, the first American to manage a Premier League side. And the country where the home fans sing to the opposition fans to wish them a safe journey home.

World Football Phone-in  

On this week's World Football Phone-in, we're looking at South America and Asia with the Legendinho, Tim Vickery, and the Northern Seoul himself, John Duerden.

Tim Vickery and Mina Rzouki  

The Legendinho and The Colonel look at the South American and European leagues

Tim Vickery and Mark Gleeson  

On the latest edition of the world football phone in - "The Legendhino" Tim Vickery and "Springboca jnr" Mark Gleeson talk South American and African football.

Paul Sarahs and Tim Vickery  

Paul Sarahs and Tim Vickery join Dotun to talk football in Europe and South America.

Tim Vickery and Jon Arnold join Tom Green to talk about football in Central and Southern America  

Tim Vickery and Jon Arnold join Tom Green to talk about football in Central and Southern America

South America and Africa  

On this week's World Football Phone-in, Tim Vickery (the Legendinho) and Mark Gleeson (the Springboka Jnr) are talking South American and African football, including the impact of Pele on African football, and the man from County Durham who went on to become a legendary coach in South America.

World football phone in  

The squad - Dotun, Tim Vickery (the Legendinho) and Paul Sarahs (the Galatasarahs) - are talking South American and European football. They look at the sport's equivalent to Team GB's Lutalo Muhammad having the gold medal snatched from him in the last second of the taekwondo final in the Olympics. And they debate how to ensure the end of 'faking it' on the football pitch.

World Football Phone-In  

A shorter version of the World Football Phone-in this week. We look at South America with legendinho Tim Vickery and Asia with the Northern Seoul himself John Duerden.

World Football Phone-in  

Dotun is joined by Mina Rzouki and Tim Vickery.

World Football Phone In  

The squad - Dotun, Tim Vickery (the Legendinho) and Mina Rzouki (The Colonel) - are talking South American and European football. They preview the Euro 2016 final, and debate who should succeed Roy Hodgson as England manager.

Americas - North, South and Central, with Tim Vickery and Jon Arnold  

We're looking at Americas; North, South and Central this week. That can only mean that Dotun is talking to the legendinho that is Tim Vickery, and Neighmar himself, Jon Arnold.

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