England unrest, Bale v The World and tweeting – Football Weekly Extra

By on November 14, 2019


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We start by discussing Raheem Sterling’s omission from the England squad for their 1,000th game, against Montenegro at Wembley, as a result of a bust-up with Joe Gomez.

We speak to Sid Lowe about the friction between Gareth Bale on one side and Zinedine Zidane and the Madrid press on the other.

Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland have outside chances of automatic qualification for Euro 2020 – one with considerably more to do than the other – and Scotland have two games to build up a head of steam before their chance in the play-offs next March.

We discuss England Women’s 3-2 win in the Czech Republic, the news of Sam Kerr’s arrival at Chelsea before finishing with a personal catch-up.

Back on Monday.

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