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5 live's Football Daily

By BBC Radio 5 live

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Description

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

Customer Reviews

BBC do it best

I'll make this easy -- if you are here looking for a podcast to give you a detailed review of English football, then you've arrived at the right place. In fact do yourself a favour and subscribe to this, The Guardian's Football Weekly, and if you are a real tragic the BBC's 606 phone-in podcast as well. Between the three of them they have it all covered. They each complement the others perfectly. 5 Live will give you the interviews, post match reviews and straight down the line BBC reporting, Football Weekly from the Guardian (search football in podcasts you can't miss it) gives the opinion, the humour, and magazine style reviews, while 606 is also fun with phone-ins from fans from around the UK giving their 10 cents. If that's too much get this one and the Guardian, the fans on 606 can be annoying anyway...personally I find all three a perfect mix.

a review

An excellent podcast considering what could happen when you put a microphone in front of a group of p*ms. The right balance of information and humour. And the silk glad to see him doing some of his best work of his career, finally hitting his straps. Cracker of a show well done.

Really good - don't miss it

Great coverage, analysis, and punditry including probing questioning of guests, sometimes not to the guests satisfaction which says the show is doing a good job. Compared to the shallow and sycophantic coverage provided by Australian broadcasters (especially Fox) this is an breath of fresh air. Coupled to The Guardian and The Times this is all you need to listen to, apart from The Football Ramble which captures fans culture and perspective.