It's FA Cup 5th round weekend and with three of the so-called Big Six already out, Darren Fletcher, Jermaine Jenas and Alistair Bruce-Ball look at who of the remaining sides could go all the way to the final. The team preview League Two Newport County's big day against Premier League giants Manchester City. AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes and Millwall striker Steve Morison look ahead to their sides' meeting. And there's reaction to Watford becoming the first side into the quarter-finals with a 1-0 win at QPR.
Tributes to 'Class of 92' coach Eric Harrison
Eleanor Oldroyd speaks to Manchester United greats to remember the life of 'Class of 92' coach Eric Harrison, a man Sir Alex Ferguson called "one of the greatest coaches of our time".
Steve Bruce, Philip Neville and Robbie Savage explain what made Harrison special; work ethic, humility, his likeness to Sir Alex, and ability to instil values to help his charges succeed in life outside of football.
Lopetegui heading to England?
Guillem Balague, Steve Crossman and Mina Rzouki hear an exclusive interview with former Spain and Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui and discuss the form of PSG's Angel di Maria and Roma's young midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo.
Son outshines Sancho as Spurs stun in the Champions League
The Football Daily podcast comes from Wembley with Kelly Cates, Lee Dixon and Ian Dennis dissecting Tottenham’s 3-0 win against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League last 16 first leg tie. Ben Haines from 5 live sport’s The Squad joins the guys to give his take on the match and we get a view from Germany with football expert Taufig Khalil where the news of the loss has not gone down well with Dortmund fans. Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino gives his view on the win and praises Son Heung-Min for his opening goal for his side.
Steve Crossman joins the pod to give the latest on the other Champions League game, where Real Madrid beat Ajax with a little help from VAR.
There was excitement in the Championship as Leeds now go back top with a win over Swansea, but there was a shock for Norwich who lost against Preston North End.
Also the team discuss West Ham’s Declan Rice and his decision to opt to play for England instead of the Republic of Ireland. Kelly gets the views of Andy Townsend who disagrees with the rules that allow Rice to switch international allegiance.
Pogba sees red as Man United are stunned by PSG
Mark Chapman is joined by former Manchester United player Phil Neville, BBC football correspondent John Murray and French football journalist Julien Laurens to analyse Manchester United’s 2-0 defeat to Paris Saint Germain in their Champions League last 16 tie at Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba was sent off in the first leg after being shown a second yellow card for a challenge on Dani Alves in what was United’s first defeat since Ole Gunnar Solksjaer took charge.
The panel debate whether the result is a “season defining moment” for United and their chances of progressing through to the Quarter Finals in the competition.
BBC senior football reporter Ian Dennis previews Tottenham’s Champions League tie against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night and there’s reaction from Paul Scholes’ first victory in charge of Oldham Athletic.
Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland pays tribute to England’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks – who has died aged 81.