Emile Heskey told Soccer Extra he wants a new club - and is willing to listen to all offers.
Steve Clarke told Goals on Sunday that Romelu Lukaku is more suited to Everton than former club Chelsea.
Joey Barton told Goals on Sunday why he wants to stay at QPR and talks about the club's new recruits.
Neil Lennon told Goals on Sunday about his comeback plans and how Celtic must cash in on their big break.
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Steven Gerrard has been "unbelievable" since adopting a deeper midfield berth, says Robbie Fowler.
Rene Meulensteen told Goals On Sunday that Louis van Gaal has the pedigree to succeed at Man United.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche told Goals on Sunday he won't chase Premier League success at any cost.
Sam Allardyce paid tribute to Dylan Tombides who died on Friday following a battle with cancer.
Theo Walcott told Goals on Sunday that Steve Bould has taught Arsenal the art of defending as a team.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist talks financial woes and pranks with Gazza on Goals on Sunday.
Malky Mackay says he has no regrets about his time at Cardiff - despite his controversial exit.
Mick Harford tells Goals on Sunday he doesn't mind being labelled as a hard-man.
Steve Clarke tells Goals on Sunday he is ready for his next challenge after his exit from West Brom.
Hull keeper Allan McGregor joined Ben and Kammy on Goals On Sunday to discuss his time at Besiktas.
Is it always best to stay on your feet? Gianluca Vialli offered the Italian view on Goals on Sunday.
Roberto Di Matteo told Goals on Sunday his time at Chelsea was an invaluable experience.
Julian Dicks looks back at his days at West Ham and the special honour he holds at Liverpool.
Luis Boa Morte talked non-league football, coaching youngsters and Arsenal's title tilt on Soccer Extra.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink told Goals on Sunday about his demanding role as Royal Antwerp manager.
Gordon Strachan explains the difference between coaching at club and at international level.
George Burley shares his memories of when Ipswich were promoted to the Premiership.
Roy Keane's humour will help lift Ireland out of the doldrums, Robbie Keane told Goals on Sunday.