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5 live's World Football Phone-in

By BBC Radio 5 live

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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.

Customer Reviews

Superb Round-Up of World Football

Having been an avid reader of the excellent Tim Vickery column on BBC Sport website for some time, I had high hopes for this podcast and was not disappointed. Informative and interesting discussions from the resident South American & North American football experts. With a number of players from those continents now plying their trade across Europe and of course in the Premiership, this podcast does indeed cover the latest football stories from around the world.

Who's the Daddy?

The Emperor of all Football phone-in shows continues to go from strength to strength.

Dotun, Tim, Andy, Sean and the other experts head an ever growing stellar cast of quirky & odd, insightful & passionate e-mailers and callers-in from all over the planet, all of whom are united by their love of the beautiful game.

From the great theme tune to the bad jokes to the even worse singing this is an absolute delight, a hidden gem so precious that it justifies the Licence fee all on it's own.

More please!

Great, but flawed by presenter

Blown away by the consistent knowledge of the hosts, amazingly informative. IMO ruined by the host, Dotun, makes my blood boil with his village-idiot outbursts and drags the intellectual level of the show right down.