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Wonderful West Ham end trophy wait with European glory
Mark Chapman presents reaction to West Ham winning the Europa Conference League with a 2-1 win over Fiorentina. Commentator Alistair Bruce-Ball is out in Prague with former West Ham defender Scott Minto alongside him. Ex-West Ham goalkeeper Rob Green also joins the podcast. Then, Guillem Balague gives his take on two major pieces of transfer news, with Jude Bellingham looking set to join Real Madrid and Lionel Messi heading to Inter Miami.
00:55 - West Ham
27:00 - Reaction from David Moyes
29:00 - Jude Bellingham and Lionel Messi
West Ham's European dream
Aaron Paul previews West Ham’s Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina. Nigel Reo-Coker joins Aaron Paul, as well as Sir Trevor Brooking, Tony Cottee, Chesney Hawkes and Thomas Skinner. Hear from David Moyes ahead of West Ham’s chance of a title for the first time since the Hammers’ FA Cup win in 1980.
MNC: Postecoglou, VIP parties and werewolves
Mark Chapman is joined by Micah Richards, Wolves defender Conor Coady and The Athletic’s Adam Crafton as Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has agreed to become Tottenham’s new manager.
The panel discuss whether Postecoglou is the right fit for Tottenham and whether the club should sell Harry Kane, as Real Madrid join the race to sign him.
Conor Coady gives us an incredible insight inside the dressing at Everton as they survived relegation from the Premier League on the final day of the season.
The team also chat about how Manchester City defender John Stones is ‘reinventing football’ in his new midfield position this season, following their FA Cup victory at the weekend.
And which VIP party was Micah not invited to?
2’10” – Micah misses out on a VIP party
5’00” – Ange Postecoglou agrees to become the new Tottenham manager
18’00” – Celtic podcaster Hamish Carton on Postecoglou
25’30” – Harry Kane’s future
37’46” – Coady on Everton
49’50” – John Stones’ role this season
Treble in sight for City & Bronze’s Barca delight
Ben Haines is joined by Liverpool striker Natasha Dowie and The Athletic’s Adam Crafton. The team look ahead to Man City's Champions League final against Inter Milan and discuss what Manchester United need to do next season. England’s Lucy Bronze and Keira Walsh are Champions League winners as Barcelona came from behind to beat Wolfsburg. The Herald's Adam Miller drops by to chat about Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou’s link to the vacant Spurs job. And what next for Karim Benzema, who leaves Real Madrid after 14 years at the club?
05:10 FA Cup final
08:50 Manchester United
15:37 Man City
17:50 Champions League final
21:54 Lucy Bronze and Barcelona
32:55 Postecoglou chat with Adam Miller
40:10 Karim Benzema
Manchester City do the double
Manchester City do the double after beating Manchester United 2-1 in the first all Manchester FA Cup final.
Mark Chapman is alongside Manchester United legend Jaap Stam, former Premier League striker Chris Sutton and football correspondent John Murray at Wembley to react to City’s win which takes them one step closer to the treble.
There’s also reaction from the Scottish Cup final where Celtic completed the domestic treble after beating Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1.
1’02 – Full time whistle at FA Cup final
10’50 – Jack Grealish pitchside
18’00 – Manchester City Trophy lift
24’50 – Ilkay Gundogan
27’25 – Pep Guardiola reaction
29’13 – Erik ten Hag reaction
31’33 – Full time whistle at Scottish Cup final
41’05 – Celtic trophy lift