Jermaine Jenas is joined by former Spurs team-mate David Bentley, former Charlton player and manager Chris Powell and our football league reporter Mark Clemmit.
The panel look ahead to all the action this weekend in the EFL Championship, League One and League Two play-off finals.
World Cup dreams, SAS training camps and Hacker the Dog
Emma Saunders presents a special show as we meet The Lionesses ahead of the Women's World Cup, which gets underway next month.
Former England players Rachel Brown-Finnis and Rachel Yankey and commentator Vicki Sparks join the panel - as we get to know the likes of Steph Houghton, Nikita Parris and Jill Scott as they prepare to jet off for France ahead of the tournament which starts on 7 June.
And we get the gossip on what happened when the team went camping with the SAS and who sang Take That songs around the camp fire.
David Ornstein meets Robin van Persie
After nineteen seasons and more than three hundred goals scored for Feyenoord, Arsenal, Manchester United, Fenerbahçe and the Dutch national team, Robin van Persie has retired from playing football.
On the 12th of May he played his last game for Feyenoord and after the match David Ornstein caught up with the Dutch striker.
They talk about van Persie's time at Arsenal, the move at Manchester United and the future at Old Trafford under Ole Gunnar Solskjær.
No Mkhitaryan in Baku and is Sturridge going Stateside?
Kelly Cates is joined by former Stoke and Burnley player Jon Walters, Chief football writer for The Daily and Sunday Telegraph Sam Wallace and BBC Sport's football reporter Simon Stone to debate the latest football news.
There’s reaction to Henrikh Mkhitaryan not playing in the Europa League final, discussion on Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud signing a new contract and debate over the future of Maurizio Sarri – is he set for Juventus? And with a number of big names out of contract and without a club this summer, what will happen with players such as Andy Carroll and Daniel Sturridge?
MNC: Steve Clarke, Gareth Bale and footballers' holiday snaps
Steve Clarke is the new Scotland manager, Chris Sutton says it's the best decision the SFA have made in years and Kris Boyd tells us why Clarke was such a big hit at Kilmarnock. We ask if Gareth Bale is too much of a financial risk for there to be genuine interest from the Premier League, and hear why the best player on the planet won’t be representing her county at the Women's World Cup.