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BBC Sounds highlights week 11

Matt Seel

Digital Content Producer, About the BBC

It's football week on BBC Sounds!

Here's a quick round up of what to listen to this week on BBC Sounds, some of our top picks and shows from the archive.

That Peter Crouch Podcast: That Bonus Episode
Peter, Tom and Chris are back with their hit guide on how to be a professional footballer. Expect chat on everything from dressing rooms, transfers and managers, plus find out what happened when Crouchy took on the rest of the dads at sports day.

Football Daily: Man City Smash In Seven
Reactions to Cristiano’s performance and City’s triumph against Schalke, plus questions over who are now Champion’s League favourites.

The Squad Football Pod: Should Bale Bailout?
The Squad discuss why Virgil van Dijk is moving house, Son Heung-Min’s love life (or lack thereof), plus questions over Bale’s future at Madrid.

World Football: Will France Win The Women’s World Cup?
Following victory in Russia, captain Amandine Henry explains why France can win more trophies, this time on home soil.

That Peter Crouch Playlist
Crouchy curates an hour of his favourite indie tunes, including tracks from the Arctic Monkeys and Stereophonics.

Dele Alli Picks The Soundtrack To His Life
The Spurs star plays the songs of his childhood, and confesses his guilty pleasure for One Direction.

Relive Liverpool’s 2005 Champions League triumph
Liverpool’s famous Champion’s League Victory from 2005, coming from 0-3 down at half-time to win the penalty shoot-out versus AC Milan.

How To Sleep Like A Premier League Footballer
Learn the sleep hacking secrets of elite sportspeople with sleep coach Nick Littlehales.

The Story Behind Beckham’s Famous Free Kick
David Beckham's dramatic 2001 equaliser against Greece in a vital World Cup Qualifier.

What Is It Like To Be A Child Football Prodigy?
Growing up we all have dreams denied, but for a star athlete it’s even tougher.

The Struggles Of A Virtual Football Star
The London footballer's career slumped, but on a virtual football game he became a legend.

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