Michael Owen links up with Robbie Savage during the lockdown to answer your questions.
The Ballon d’Or winner and England goalscoring legend answers questions about his move from Liverpool to Real Madrid, some of his favourite players and why he joined Manchester United.
He also picks his greatest Premier League strikers and ultimate 5-a-side line-up from former team mates, and much more.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes links up with Robbie Savage to answer listener questions.
Topics include his surprise retirement and end to his England career, the greatest players to grace Old Trafford and being on the receiving end of Sir Alex Ferguson’s ‘hairdryer treatment’.
Plus Scholsey talks being a netball dad, picks his ultimate 5-a-side team and talks about which current United player is most like Robbie Savage!
Former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand links up with Robbie Savage to answer listener questions.
Topics include his biggest career highs and lows, the controversial move across the Pennines from Leeds, his first meeting with Sir Alex Ferguson, advice for young players and which footballers he’d sign if he was in charge at Old Trafford.
Current West Ham and former Arsenal, Bolton and Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions.
Everything from his injuries to the difference in Pellegrini and Moyes' management styles, from being the Gunner's youngest ever league debutant to who he'd like to throw a pizza at (!), plus the impact of Robin Van Persie leaving the Emirates Stadium and much, much more.
England’s most capped player and current Reading midfielder, Fara Williams, joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions about her incredible story.
Fara talks about her early years playing in ‘the cage’ on her estate in South London, being homeless while in the England youth team, appearances in three World Cups and being awarded an MBE. One of the greatest players to grace the women's game with Chelsea, Charlton, Everton, Liverpool and Arsenal earning 172 caps for the Lionesses, the midfielder has a story like no other in football.
5 league titles, 2 European Cups, 3 FA Cups and 5 League Cups: One of football's greatest ever goal scorers, Ian Rush, joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions about his incredible career. Ian talks about both the spells he had as a Liverpool player, his move to Juventus and the differences of playing in Italy. The striker speaks about his heartbreak of never qualifying for a major tournament for Wales and offers his expert advice for all budding strikers on finishing. Ian scored 346 times for Liverpool during in his two spells at the club between 1980 and 1996. He also played for Juventus, Leeds, Newcastle, Chester City, Sydney Olympic and Robbie's home town club of Wrexham.
Manchester City and Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions about his already trophy laden career. Including winning the French league title with Monaco and two league titles, an FA Cup and three League Cups in his three years at City. Bernardo talks about life playing for Man City, which players he loves playing with, what Pep Guardiola is like to play for and who are his toughest opponents in the Premier League.
Lionesses' manager Phil Neville joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions. The former Manchester United and Everton player talks about the future after he steps down from the England role, how far he could have gone if he picked cricket over football, who he wishes the Red Devils would’ve signed, Roy Keane versus Duncan Ferguson, memories of Euro '96 and the class of ’92. He also discusses the disappointment at coming so close to World Cup final glory as manager of the England Women’s team.
One of the most decorated footballers of all time and current Wales manager, Ryan Giggs, joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions. The Manchester United legend discusses facing racism as a youngster and playing in that famous ‘Class of ‘92’ Manchester United youth team. Giggs answers questions from fans on his incredible title winning career, spent entirely at Old Trafford, playing for Sir Alex Ferguson, how close he came to leaving and who he’d love to have seen sign for the club. He also reveals the differences between being a player and becoming the manager of Wales.
The former England manager and one of the most talented footballers of his generation, Glenn Hoddle, joins Robbie Savage to answer your questions and shares fascinating insight into his life in football.
He discusses his time in charge of England, including taking them to the 1998 World Cup, leaving Paul Gascoigne out of that squad, dropping David Beckham for the first match and that heart-breaking defeat on penalties to Argentina in the knock-out stages. Plus, he talks about his playing career with Tottenham Hotspur and Monaco, being player manager at Swindon and Chelsea, then returning to Spurs as a head coach.