Darren Fletcher and Jermaine Jenas host another Friday Football Social focusing on the big debate of the week, players' salaries. Darren and JJ are joined by the BBC's Football Correspondent John Murray and Newcastle defender Danny Rose to discuss the news that Premier League clubs will ask players to take a 30% pay cut in order to protect jobs as it was announced the season will not resume until "it is safe and appropriate to do so".
The team are also joined by Wolves captain Conor Coady to talk about the role Liverpool's Jordan Henderson has played in rallying together the captains of Premier League clubs to create a voluntary charitable fund.
Wigan Athletic manager, Paul Cook, also joins the podcast to chat about what he's doing to help his local community plus Michael Owen speaks to Darren and JJ about his career from staring out at Liverpool, to that FA Cup Final in 2001.
Wage deferrals, Warburton and Champions League suspended
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton and Robbie Savage discuss player pay cuts with QPR head coach Mark Warburton.
They also speak to Ian Dennis about UEFA's latest statement suspending all Champions League and Europa League matches until further notice.
Footballers get on their bikes & who is Bournemouth’s Piano Man?
Kelly Cates is joined by Pat Nevin and Karen Carney to discuss the best ways to finish this season’s Premier League. Huge questions remain on if the season can actually be finished and if it does re-start - what format will it take? Miguel Delaney is the chief football writer at The Independent and has been covering this story – we get his thoughts. Could a World-Cup-style camp be the answer? Derby County defender Curtis Davies joins the podcast with the idea of temporarily making each season annual. You can also hear from Bournemouth defender Simon Francis on how to cope with injury rehabilitation during isolation. Plus Simon’s boss Eddie Howe reveals how learning piano is keeping him busy.
MNC: Kane, Grealish & Andy Cole
Mark Chapman, Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith gather for Monday Night Club. Up for discussion in this episode is the future of Harry Kane at Tottenham, Jack Grealish breaking government guidelines over coronavirus and what Marcus Rashford is doing to get food to children who rely on free school meals. And just how good was Andy Cole? Plus, Celtic boss Neil Lennon joins the pod to talk about 10 years in management and how his club is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Euro Leagues: Alderweireld on WhatsApp groups & daddy day-care
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Julien Laurens with the latest news on how coronavirus is affecting the European leagues. Tottenham and Belgium defender Toby Alderwiereld tells us how he’s helping hospitals and nursing homes during the pandemic, whilst also dealing with self-isolation and what that entails. And Birmingham City manager Pep Clotet reveals the struggles of being away from his family who are in Spain