Thu, 28 May 15
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Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by the BBC's sports news correspondent Richard Conway. The pair bring you the latest developments in the FIFA corruption story. The headlines include: Sepp Blatter refusing to resign as FIFA president; UEFA deciding not to boycott the congress; and Russia and the African confederations backing Blatter - who has been speaking for the first time since yesterday's arrests.
Wed, 27 May 15
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Mark Pougatch brings you all the news from an extraordinary 24 hours for world football's governing body, events that have led many to call this FIFA's darkest day. Seven FIFA officials have been arrested, at the request of US authorities, in dawn raids in Switzerland, charged with receiving more than 100 million pounds in bribes. Mark is joined by Sports News correspondent Richard Conway to take you through the day’s events. We also gain reaction from all around the world, and ask what does it mean for FIFA going forward.
Mon, 25 May 15
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It’s the Monday Night Football Club, your host is Darren Fletcher and he is joined by Pat Nevin, Kevin Kilbane and Emile Heskey. It’s been a busy day on the managerial merry go round as the panel react to news that Steve McClaren, Carlo Ancelotti and Nigel Clough are moving on. We reflect back on the final weekend of the Premier League season, and review all of the bank holiday weekend play off finals. It’s another season without silverware for Liverpool so we ask the boy’s how much pressure Brendan Rodgers is under, analyse whether Manuel Pellegrini will still be Manchester City boss next season, and debate who will be the best fit to replace Big Sam at West Ham.
Sun, 24 May 15
2 days remaining
Hull City are relegated from the Premier League on the final day of the season. Mark Pougatch brings you reaction from all ten games - including Newcastle United's survival; Stoke City hitting six past a beleaguered Liverpool in Steven Gerrard's final game; and Chelsea lifting the Premier League trophy for the first time in five years.
Fri, 22 May 15
1 day remaining
Mark Chapman is joined by Phil Neville, Steven Reid and the Telegraph's Jason Burt as they preview this weekend's football action. We hear from Preston North End manager Simon Grayson and Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth before their respective teams face play-off final action at Wembley. We also reveal our nominations for the season's alternative football awards - including 'Biggest flop' and 'Best rant'.
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