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Football Weekly: Wales and Northern Ireland remain on course for Euro 2016

theguardian.com — Once more into the breach we go, podders, as , John Ashdown , Ian McCourt and the returning Barry Glendenning tackle the international break. It was a weekend full of cheer for the home nations - and Ireland - as all remain in the hunt for Euro 2016 qualification, not least England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Football Weekly Extra: Your questions answered!

theguardian.com — Greetings, dearest listeners. On the first of our international break pods, is joined by Simon Burnton , Paul MacInnes and Iain Macintosh in a show that's even more free jazz than usual. Yes, we go through each of the eight (yes, eight!)

Football Weekly: Steven Gerrard sent off as Man Utd boss Liverpool

theguardian.com — On today's Football Weekly, is joined by the motley crew - but not the Mötley Crüe - of Jacob Steinberg , John Ashdown and Gregg Bakowski to look back on a stonking weekend in the wide world of football.

Football Weekly Extra: English clubs on the Champions League scrapheap

theguardian.com — On today's Football Weekly Extra, is joined by Jacob Steinberg , Paul MacInnes and James Horncastle to wave the white flag of surrender for the Premier League, with Arsenal and Manchester City cruelly exposed in the Champions League. Where does English football go from here?

Football Weekly: Sunderland sack Gus Poyet after Aston Villa horror show

Football Weekly Extra: Chelsea get the blues after European exit to PSG

theguardian.com — PSG dump Chelsea out of Europe, as Real Madrid are made to sweat against Schalke. Plus, a look ahead to the weekend in the Premier League

Football Weekly: the FA Cup, Championship and Jozy Altidore

theguardian.com — On today's Football Weekly, James Richardson is joined by Barry Glendenning , John Ashdown and Michael Cox to look back on, let's be honest, one of the most underwhelming weekends of football for some time. We start with the FA Cup, where, amid Shameful Scenes, Aston Villa booked their place at Wembley as they saw off West Brom for the second time in a week.

Football Weekly Extra: Aston Villa finally get their finger on the pulse

theguardian.com — On today's fit-to-burstin' edition of Football Weekly Extraaa, is joined by Amy Lawrence , James Horncastle and Barry Glendenning to look back on all the movement at the top and the bottom of the table following a sizzling midweek round of fixtures in the Premier League.

Football Weekly: Chelsea lift the League Cup as Manchester City slip further away

theguardian.com — Podcast: Chelsea see off Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final, while Liverpool inflict further damage on Manchester City's efforts in the title race

Football Weekly Extra: Arsenal's Monaco meltdown

theguardian.com — On today's Football Weekly Extra, is joined by a slightly poorly Barry Glendenning , Paolo Bandini and Jonathan Wilson to look back on a disastrous week in the Champions League for Manchester City - lucky to escape with 2-1 defeat against Barcelona - and a catastrophic one for Arsenal, who were thoroughly tonked by Monaco.
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Mar 24, 2015

RT @MedievaI_React: When your mates are too smashed for the club and you're trying to negotiate with the bouncers like pic.twitter.com/Wuhv8IYc1b

Mar 22, 2015

RT @LaurensJulien: EFS 6.30 @btsport: Samp-Inter + Neuer, worst panenka, Gourcuff, Ibra, bicycle kicks, Pogba & more @acjimbo @JamesHorncas…

Mar 22, 2015

sure. but how about for SIX italian games + 1 from france.? We're live with Samp Inter AND will be flying in goals from 6 other matches...

Mar 16, 2015

@IamAnthonyBorg er the Marseille Lyon game . You're right of course, they had that whizzing icardi goal ruled out

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