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Who needs the FA Cup more?

Jim White & Simon Jordan ask which manager needs the FA Cup more - Erik Ten Hag, Mauricio Pochettino or Eddie Howe? They are joined by president of the International Association Of Athletics Federations Seb Coe as talkSPORT announce coverage of this summer's Paris Olympics. Reaction to the news that Paul Pogba has been banned from football. And they talk Boxing with top trainer Angel Fernandez who is live in the studio.

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