Football results, analysis, debate & exclusive interviews featuring the Monday Night Club, the best of Kicking Off & Sports Report. Mark Chapman, Mark Pougatch, Colin Murray, Eleanor Oldroyd & Ian Payne host with contributions from Robbie Savage, John Motson, Steve Claridge, Pat Nevin, Lee Dixon, Mark Lawrenson & David Pleat covering the Premier League, Championship, football leagues, Champions League, the FA Cup & international football.
Tue, 21 May 13
5 days remaining
Ian Payne rounds up Tuesday's football news, including Tony Pulis leaving Stoke City following talks with chairman Peter Coates. Also, Ian speaks to PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor on Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio, after he fined seven players and threatened to sell those who misbehave.
Mon, 20 May 13
4 days remaining
Will Perry is joined by John Motson, Steve Claridge and Ian McGarry for the Monday Night Club. Up for discussion: the news that Jose Mourinho has left his post at Real Madrid, Yeovil winning promotion to the Championship and the end of season incidents at Stoke, Sunderland and Brighton.
Sun, 19 May 13
3 days remaining
Mark Pougatch rounds up all the action from the last day of the Premier League, as Arsenal beat Newcastle 1-0 to finish fourth and secure the final Champions League place. Arsene Wenger shares his thoughts on the match. Hear from Jamie Carragher as he plays his last game for Liverpool, Andre Villa-Boas as his side finish 5th and David Moyes after his final game in charge for Everton. Plus, there's reaction to the League One Playoff final.
Sat, 18 May 13
2 days remaining
Bradford score three times in the opening half-hour as they beat Northampton 3-0 at Wembley to win promotion to League One. Mark Chapman, Conor McNamara & Southend manager Phil Brown are at Wembley for post-match reaction & analysis.
Fri, 17 May 13
1 day remaining
Colin Murray is joined by Pat Nevin and Perry Groves to preview all the weekend's action. They look ahead to the League 1 and 2 playoff finals, speak to Stoke manager Tony Pulis about their season and discuss the battle between Spurs and Arsenal for fourth place.
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