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Lampard: England U21s can go all the way at Euro 2017
England Under-21s will face Germany in Tuesday's European Championship semi-final in Tychy, Poland. You will hear the thoughts of Frank Lampard, who backs Aidy Boothroyd’s men to lift the trophy, we go inside the camp and speak to defender Calum Chambers, plus hear from the Germany U21 coach Stefan Kuntz.
Southampton appoint Mauricio Pellegrino
Jason Mohammad is joined by Swansea City's Leon Britton and the sports correspondent of the news agency AFP Tom Williams to react to all the latest football news and transfer rumours. Talking points include new Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino, an insight into pre-season for the players and as Crystal Palace look poised to hire Frank De Boer as their manager, we speak to his twin brother Ronald.
England U21s have ability to win Euro 2017 - Paul Simpson
England Under-20s World Cup winning manager Paul Simpson and 5 live's senior football reporter Ian Dennis join Eleanor Oldroyd for reaction to England reaching the semi-finals of the European Under-21 Championship for the first time since 2009.
Boothroyd: England U21 player arguments are healthy
England U21 manager Aidy Boothroyd speaks about his players’ dressing room arguments as they build up to their final group game against Poland at the European Championship. We also round up the transfer gossip surrounding Robert Lewandowski with a potential move to the Premier League, plus bring you the latest on Tammy Abraham's season-long loan to Swansea, and Watford's talks with Derby County over Will Hughes.
Mourinho accused of tax fraud in Spain
Spanish football journalist Sid Lowe and Rodrigo Garcia, a sports lawyer based in Madrid, join Caroline Barker to discuss the news that Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been accused of tax fraud while in charge of Real Madrid. You will also hear from England Under-21 international James Ward-Prowse, who's been talking about their final group game against Poland on Thursday, and we find out why Scotland's women have had their preparation for Euro 2017 put on hold after a dispute with the Scottish FA.