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Today in the podcast; Arsenal are pretty sad against Newcastle, losing 2-0 and potentially transferring fourth place in the Champions League to Tottenham, who now only need to avoid defeat by Norwich, who finished last weekend to secure it .

Elsewhere Chris Pauras joins the show to talk about Jake Daniels, the first active British professional footballer to publicly speak out as gay, which means for him and the wider implications of the sport and how this contrasts with the story of PSG midfielder Idrissa. Guy’s alleged refusal to wear a kit with a rainbow flag.

In addition, the playoffs, the sale of Chelsea and the election campaign of Gianni Infantino in FIFA in Africa.

Don’t forget the tickets are still there for the upcoming Football Weekly Live tour.

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