Sun, 25 Jan 15
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This week we reflect on the FA Cup fourth-round shocks including Bradford’s remarkable win over Chelsea, as the League One side’s goalkeeper Ben Williams tells us how they managed to beat Jose Mourinho’s Premier League leaders. Cambridge manager Richard Money, meanwhile, looks back at their impressive draw with Manchester United. Brighton manager Chris Hughton looks ahead to their tie against Arsenal, while Rochdale manager Keith Hill anticipates their match against Stoke. And former Manchester City player and boss Joe Royle assesses the club's shock defeat to Middlesbrough. There’s rugby chat as Sale director of rugby Steve Diamond talks about Danny Cipriani’s inclusion in the England squad for the Six Nations. And Andy Murray's former coach Leon Smith discusses the British number one's chances at the Australian Open. Also, Lord Sebastian Coe joins us to praise our newspaper guest Patrick Collins, who is retiring after a distinguished career in sports journalism.
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