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Focus on the attack - Gareth has picked his 26!

Sam Matterface and Scott Minto were in for White and Jordan to analyse the 26 man England squad picked by Gareth Southgate to the Euro's. Can anyone feel hard done by? Meanwhile, Premier League clubs voted 19-1 to keep VAR in the league, with Wolves' bid for change turned down. Can fans have anything to complain about next season? Plus, Soccer Aid is back this weekend where Frank Lampard will be returning to Stamford Bridge, the ground he calls home. He joined the show live to discuss both club and country, and the next steps in his career.

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