Martin O'Neill's Sunderland exit, Paolo Di Canio's arrival, Neil Warnock walking - it's all on the new Podcast.
Aston Villa fan Doug Castle of Indie rockers Peace shares his dream five-a-side team.
Echo & the Bunnymen frontman Ian McCulloch shares his dream five-a-side team in Take Five.
Adam Bate wonders whether Michael Owen will get the credit he deserves upon retirement.
Adam Anderson of Hurts names his Man Utd-themed dream five-a-side team in Take Five.
Adam Bate looks at how Morgan Schneiderlin evolved his game to become a success.
Sky Sports picks out the best performers from the Premier League after the latest round of fixtures.
England skipper Casey Stoney is confident her team have learnt lessons from London ahead of Euro 2013.
McManaman's horror tackle in Wigan v Newcastle and Stoke's slump are all up for discussion.
Raz Mirza takes an in-depth look back at Wigan's win against Newcastle at the DW Stadium.
Man Utd's week of woe, the FA Cup and the weekend's Prem talking points are on the new Football Podcast.
We look at how Spurs will be keen to get back on track after seeing their unbeaten run ended.
Adam Bate wonders where the high-profile omission of Wayne Rooney leaves the Manchester United forward.
Arsenal fan Ed Drewett picks his Gunners-themed fantasy five-a-side team in Take Five.
We look ahead to Cristiano Ronaldo's long-awaited return to Manchester United with Real Madrid.
Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones picks his Leeds United-themed fantasy five-a-side team.
We consider whether the pressure is getting to Roberto Mancini amid talk over his future.
Is Lampard still the man? A look at the keys to the Super Sunday match between Man City and Chelsea.
Rohan Ricketts discusses his unique career path that has taken him to Ecuador via Moldova and Hungary.
Pete O'Rourke takes an in depth look back at Fulham's win over Stoke at Craven Cottage
Mark Cook discusses his remarkable transition from non-league football to the Peruvian top flight.
Simon Moore is confident of bouncing back from FA Cup disappointment with Brentford.