London Live, Breakfast With Lampard, Sympathy For Pep
It’s show day in London, and what better way to start it than breakfast with London’s own Frank ‘Lamps’ Lampard (Sure, he was a few tables down from us, and never made eye contact, but it still made Ken’s day).
We’re still reeling from Manchester City’s exit from the Champions League last night – we ask Ken does he have any sympathy for Pep?
Pep Guardiola says he failed to convince his players to attack Monaco – and that’s why they went out.
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On tonight’s show we’ll be chatting to Crystal Palace’s Damien Delaney, we look ahead to the last game of the Six Nations with England-killer Shane Horgan and World Cup winner Neil Back, and it’s the podcast Yalta as we break bread with Barry Glendenning and Gabriele Marcotti from rival podcasts The Game and Guardian Football Weekly.
Recorded live from our base at the beautiful Kensington Hotel, part of the Doyle Collection of hotels in London, Dublin, Cork, Bristol and Washington DC.
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