Steve Bruce’s Newcastle and Atlético Madrid’s Kieran Trippier
Steve Crossman is joined by former West Ham and Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan, former Everton midfielder Leon Osman, and the chief football writer for the Independent Miguel Delaney to discuss the latest football transfer news.
The panel talk about Sheffield United signing the former Manchester United academy player Ravel Morrison as well as Kieran Trippier's potential move away from Tottenham.
They also discuss if Steve Bruce is the right fit for the Newcastle manager's job and the panel have their say on whether Arsenal's club captain Laurent Koscielny has made the right decision to not go on the club's pre-season tour.
Paul Pogba – this summer’s saga at Man Utd
Mark Chapman, Mark Ogden and Leon Osman are joined by Simon Stone and Jen O’Neill to discuss Paul Pogba’s future and bold new plans in the women’s game.
South American football expert Tim Vickery explains whether the Copa America was any good, while the team discuss the mess at Newcastle and Leon reveals all about the hill at Everton that he had to conquer in pre-season.
WWC: There’s just no stopping the USA
Caroline Barker, Izzy Christiansen, Rachel Brown-Finnis, Vicki Sparks, John Murray and Sarah Mulkerrins discuss the USA’s World Cup win and ask whether it will be England’s turn in 2023.
WWC: How To Change The Game Forever
A special programme which is part of BBC Sport’s Change The Game season.
Football correspondent John Murray has been speaking to former USA goalkeeper and World Cup winner Hope Solo, Lyon midfielder Izzy Christiansen and Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes.
They discuss whether the perception of women’s football has changed over the course of the past month and what could be in store in the future
WWC: Karen Carney calls it quits
Steve Crossman and Tom Fordyce bring you the latest from the Women's World Cup as we hear from England and Chelsea midfielder Karen Carney who has announced her retirement from football.
England manager Phil Neville and Manchester City Women's manager Nick Cushing also reflect on a successful tournament for the Lionesses.