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Peter, Chris and Tom discuss everything on tele; box-sets, pundits and when analysis goes wrong. Crouchy also reveals what happened on his punditry debut in India, his love for Match of the Day and his deep distrust of anything robotic.
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Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Eliot Rothwell discuss the chaos of Manchester City’s 4-3 win over Tottenham, the vivacity of Ajax’s 2-1 win at Juventus and a telegraphed Troy Deeney red card. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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Darren and JJ look ahead to the weekend's football action. This week they are joined by former Chelsea and Tottenham midfielder, turned manager, Gus Poyet and former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson. It’s round two between Manchester City and Tottenham, this time in the Premier League – will City be...
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Terence Crawford stopped Amir Khan to retain his WBO world welterweight title after a confusing ending, where Khan appeared to have been hit with a low blow. Mike, Steve and former two-weight world champion Paulie Malignaggi analyse the fight and how it ended, and Khan defends his actions.
We asked for your dreams and boy did you respond! From travelling through space with Ron Vlaar to eating watermelon with Frank Lampard, Crouchy, Chris and Tom try to decipher all of our listeners’ weird and wonderful dreams. They’ll also discuss whether dreams play any role in manager’s tactics...
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Your football calls and reaction with Robbie Savage and Emma Saunders. Phone 08085 909693 free from mobiles and landlines. Text 85058 at your standard message rate. Get the podcast from the BBC Sounds app.
Jimbo, Pat Nevin, Duncan Alexander and Alvaro Romeo catch their breath and relive that incredible battle between City and Spurs at the Etihad. Plus: reasons to smile about Ajax; the xG-iest game of all time; and whither Alex McLeish RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1: The story of City 4 - 3 Spurs (02m...
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After seeing both fighters weigh in, Mike, Steve and former two-weight world champion Paulie Malignaggi give their final analysis of Terence Crawford v Amir Khan. Does Khan still have the skills to produce an upset? The fight itself will be live on BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website from...
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Find out what really happens on a Premier League substitutes’ bench with Peter, Tom and Chris. We hear why getting benched is similar to getting dumped, the games that substitutes play while the match is going on and why being on the bench isn’t as glamorous as you might think. Crouchy also...
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This week Jonathan Wilson sits in for the absent James Horncastle to discuss Pep Guardiola’s Champions League record post-Barcelona, giving us reasons for his lack of success. Andy talks up Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz, and explains why he believes the German youngster can go to the very...
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WOW! Spurs and Man City serve up one of the maddest, most entertaining games in recent memory and as if that wasn’t enough we get to see them do it all again on Sunday.  Liverpool had a calmer time of it but have to be wary of Neil Warnock’s slightly resurgent Cardiff, while Man United look...
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Jim's away in Dubai so Big Joe Marler's back in the studio and we surprise him with a phone call from his old Lions mate Rory Best to discuss one of their nights out in New Zealand, his career and look ahead to the two Irish teams' chances in the Champions Cup semi-finals as well. The Israel...
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Peter, Chris and Tom marvel at the greatest overhead kicks they’ve ever seen. Bale, Zlatan, Ronaldo and Trevor Sinclair all get a mention as Crouchy tries to explain how you do it, and what it feels like to score one on the biggest stage.
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Alex and James are joined by commentator Nick Heath to talk about Israel Folau's comments on homosexuality, Billy Vunipola's warning and tolerance in rugby
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Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White call out some of the BBC’s biggest names in an effort to get an apology for the recent ’Tailfinders’ TV trail gaffe, plus the joys of the County game, fire extinguishers, epic zooms and the Hick-Lehmann scale gets a new name. Oh, and there’s even some...
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Peter Crouch celebrates the start of Series Two by inviting Tom and Chris to his house, aka the Croucho Club. It has unusually big doors and sofas, and Tom and Chris feel very small. We hear extraordinary tales of a £50,000 garden slide, midnight games of volleyball lit by car headlights and...
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Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Mina Rzouki and Julien Laurens analyse the incredible match between Man City and Spurs – explaining why Moussa Sissoko did not realise his team had gone through - plus with Ajax and Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals, Jordi Cruyff talks about the...
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On this week's show I'm joined by Andrew Allen to discuss the 1-0 win over Napoli which secured our passage into the Europa League semi-finals. We chat about the team selection, Alexandre Lacazette's great goal which had such a big impact, how comfortably we won over the two legs, Napoli being...
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It’s Good Fryday and for our final egg we have the Egg Royale, the Golden Goose Egg, a smooth, notorious player who was well and truly laid, pro-teen with squad selection and at one time the toast of the nation. If you want to know more, crack on... This show is sponsored by bet365 Search...
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What. A. Match. Mark Chapman is joined by Alan Shearer, Michael Brown and John Murray in the Etihad Stadium after Tottenham qualify for the Champions League semi finals on away goals after a 4-3 thriller at Man City. We hear from both managers, plus from Ian Dennis in Porto as Liverpool reach...
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A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Gregg Rosenthal, and Chris Wesseling are joined by Colleen Elizabeth Wolfe to go over all of the news in the NFL. Not to worry Seahawks fans, Russell Wilson strikes a deal! (06:13) Cardinals QB (for now) Josh Rosen responds to how he's...
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Faye Carruthers, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Vaishali Bhardwaj on the Premier League, Ole parked down the road, Lucas Moura’s child inconveniencing journalists and zero Game of Thrones spoilers. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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The Rock, Stone Cold, Goldberg, and Brock Lesnar are all out of the company. Now McMahon is going to try establish Chris Benoit as his top star on RAW. Chris received a hero's welcome from Edmonton when he returned as Champion in a WrestleMania rematch. But why was it a rematch? When the venue...
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From Dev to Cut Throat Pete, Dion Dublin to Miss Chang – nothing is off limits on this special episode at the local curry house. Be prepared for the strangest night of the year.
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Danny Baker presents his original mix of Saturday morning sports entertainment. Grant Holt, former Norwich City striker turned wrestler, plays the Sausage Sandwich Game. Danny and Louise welcome your calls. Text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate). Email lord.reith@bbc.co.uk
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Anthony Joshua might be looking for a new opponent for his American debut on 1st June after Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller returned an adverse finding for a performance enhancing drug. Mike and Steve explain why the New York State Athletic Commission will be so strict around this breach, and look at...
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Gary and Danny describe their worst ever football kits and share a mutual love of Crazy Golf
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The top team are around the grounds building up to today's kick-offs, including Hearts v Rangers and Hamilton v Motherwell. Then, you have your say on the Clyde 1 Superscoreboard Openline...
Dotun Adebayo, Tim Vickery and Mark Gleeson answer your questions on football in Africa and South America.
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Welcome to your Saturday Easter Weekend Bank Holiday Saturday Special Kickabout Special! You can hear The Kickabout live on Radio X from 11am every Saturday, and if you want to take the boys Around Your Ground or introduce them to your mates in the Sunday League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen then...
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From the sublime to the ridiculous, Crouchy talks Hummers, a convertible Renault Megane and reveals how he became a ‘Master Driver’. There’s discussion about players who share lifts and the pranks played on team mates’ cars at the training ground. (This episode contains some strong language and...
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As a taller man it's fair to say Crouch has had his struggles with football kits. We'll discover what strips he loved as a youngster and what really goes on at a club kit launch. There's plenty of chat about shocking kits from past and present and how important squad numbers are to a modern...
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What happens on a night out with David Beckham, hours after making your England debut? Peter Crouch reveals all and tells us how Sven tried to sooth himself after games. Find out how his international career came to an end and why ‘Michelle from the FA’ plays such an important role.
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What goes on in a dressing room full of millionaire footballers? Peter Crouch tells Tom Fordyce and Chris Stark tales of which team-mate to avoid following into the toilet and why the kitman is the most important man at a football club.
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Peter Crouch tells us what it’s like to be a player on the move on deadline day, arguments with chairmen and disagreements with managers. Plus, how players try and get one over on TV reporters and journalists.
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Richard Gordon and the Sportsound team react to Saturday's football results from across the country.
Neil Atkinson is joined by Alison McGovern, Andy Heaton, Stu Wright and Ian Salmon for this week's Weekender to look back at Liverpool's Champions League victory over FC Porto. Also in the show, Neil talks to Rory Smith about Barcelona and the genius that is Lionel Messi before joining Comfort...
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Peter Crouch tells us what it’s like when you’re a footballer facing a stadium full of abusing fans plus, how one bad chant can affect a player. There’s stories about Michael Duberry and Graeme Souness and Crouchy tells us what’s it like when Old Trafford boos you in your first few appearances...
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Danny and Chris sit down with rugby commentator Nick Heath after an eventful week in rugby to discuss the fallout from Folau's Instagram post. We look back at an epic week for Tigers as Ben Youngs returns to the pod, Danny picks his top three rugby destinations and we debate multipack crisps...
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The life of a goalkeeper is a strange one, so we've dedicated an episode to those who try and stop Crouch from scoring. He'll talk about how and why the art of goalkeeping has dramatically changed, the art of scoring one-on-ones and why all goalies fancy themselves as an outfield player. Everyone...
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From crazy formations to bizarre instructions from a manager, Peter Crouch takes us inside the baffling world of tactics. He tells Chris Stark and Tom Fordyce what Rafael Benitez, Tony Pulis and Harry Redknapp are like on the training ground and the scariest player Crouch has ever come up against.
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Footballers tend to have a lot of spare time and a lot of cash, so why do they get it so wrong so often? Crouch talks everything from haircuts and strange endorsements to a suit fitting with David Beckham. We’ll re-live some of his own questionable fashion choices and learn all about those...
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There's more to footballers' celebrations that Peter Crouch's 'Robot' and this episode covers everything from supporters in the stand to those players who just don't know what to do after hitting the back of the net. If you've never heard the story of how 'The Robot' started you'd never guess,...
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Peter Crouch - goalscorer, dancer, and now podcaster. The former England striker gives Chris Stark and Tom Fordyce an insight into how to be a footballer, with lessons in everything from dressing rooms, transfers, getting free stuff and where to sit on the team bus.
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We keep the series rolling with a most decorated egg. Vialli starred for teams like Juvhentus and Shellsea, becoming player manager at the batter when Ruud Gullit got the egg-sac. He had opulent beginnings but don’t omelette that fool you; there was no silver egg spoon in this man’s...
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Peter Crouch takes us behind the velvet rope and into the VIP booth as he reveals what it's really like to go out drinking with a professional footballer. There's tales of a young Crouch venturing on his first nights out and his best advice when it comes to sweet talking a doorman, dressed as a...
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Brendan and Bryan talk nightmare red carpet stories, getting edited out of movies, Brendan fighting his inner Brendan Fraser, Game of Thrones season 8 let downs and conspiracies, Brendan and Bryan as the Little Rascals, Ren and Stimpy, pier jumping hero, Drake ban and much more.
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From breaking up riots in Africa to troublesome trips in Turkey, Peter Crouch tells us what it’s like for a footballer on a coach. He reveals how they’ve changed over the years and which managers run the tightest ships.
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Neil Ashton is with Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Henry Winter of The Times and Sam Wallace of The Telegraph for a discussion of the big football stories.
 
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