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The Women's Football Show

Euro 2022 preview show

Faye Carruthers is joined by Wales and Tottenham midfielder Josie Green and an expert panel of women's football journalists including Jessy Parker Humphreys, Annika Becker and Alex Ibaceta, to preview the Women's Euro 2022, including teams and players to watch out for ahead of the start of the tournament.

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  • Barca win the UWCL & Jill Scott and Fran Kirby join the show!

    Lianne Sanderson hosts the final Women's Football Show of the season as she reflects on the UWCL Final in Bilbao where Barcelona finally got the better of Lyon. She's also joined by former Lioness and queen of the jungle, Jill Scott to chat about her incredible career and life in the media since retiring. Lianne is also joined by Fran Kirby from St George's Park as she gears up to take on France and reflects on her wonderful time at Chelsea. Finally we have a look back on some of the best bits from guests of the show since Lianne took over in January! 2023/24 - Over and out :) 
  • Chelsea win their fifth consecutive WSL!

    It's five in a row for Chelsea, as Emma Hayes bows out of her time at the club by lifting yet another WSL trophy! Lianne Sanderson is joined by none other than Liverpool Women manager Matt Beard to reflect on a huge final weekend in the WSL which saw the Blues triumph on goal difference on the final day! They will also discuss Liverpool's impressive 4th place finish in the league and find out how Beard has spearheaded such an impressive season. Find out who Beard's player of the season is and which former Lioness he wishes he could sign to his team! Plus, the head of women's football at Wrexham FC joins the show to break down how the Welsh side are getting on and what a difference the investment from Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhinney have made. 
  • Manchester United defeat Spurs to win their first Women's FA Cup title!

    Lianne Sanderson is joined by sports broadcaster and huge Arsenal fan Pippa Monique as they reflect on Manchester United's historic win over Spurs in the FA Cup final at Wembley. They also get stuck into previewing a huge final week in the WSL with the title race potentially going down to goal difference if Chelsea beat Spurs on Wednesday. They also react to the breaking news that Vivianne Miedema will be leaving Arsenal at the end of the season. And finally, Lianne exclusively speaks to former professional footballer-turned Burnley FC investor, Kealia Watt.
  • Chelsea's crazy week blows the title race wide open!

    It's not over until it's over! As Man City stumble, Chelsea fight their way back into the WSL title race with a huge 8-0 win over Bristol City. Lianne Sanderson is joined by former Arsenal and Chelsea player and Welsh international Helen Ward to reflect on an explosive weekend in the WSL. Emma Hayes tells talkSPORT just what her last home game with Chelsea meant to her. Plus, history beckons at Wembley Stadium for Man United and Tottenham as the FA Cup is guaranteed to have a new winner this weekend. You'll hear exclusively from Aoife Mannion, Charlotte Grant and Rosella Ayane ahead of that huge game!
  • Palace are in the WSL & Chelsea out of The UWCL!

    Lianne is joined by her former teammate Gemma Davison to discuss how life is at Watford and the work she's doing to develop the next generation of talent at Chelsea. They also discuss some of the big WSL results from the weekend including Manchester City beating Bristol City which confirms them being relegated down to the Championship but also widens the gap at the top of the table too. They also share their views on the officiating in the Chelsea vs Barcelona game which led to Chelsea crashing out of the Champions league, And finally talkSPORT newsreader Max Scott joins the show to discuss a recent investigation into the lack of female-specific boots that sports manufactures make and whether this could be causing the insane amount of injuries in the women's game.
  • Palace nearly promoted & Chelsea victorious in Barca!

    Lianne Sanderson is joined by Crystal Palace manager Laura Kaminksi as her side pretty much bagged themselves a place in the WSL with a huge win over Lewes on Sunday. They'll discuss Laura's time at the club and how she's navigated the Women's Championship this season. They also got stuck into some of the big WSL results from the weekend and Chelsea's incredible away win over Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League Semi Final. Finally Lianne is joined by Women Kick Ball's Jackie Gutierrez to discuss all the transfers in the NWSL.
  • We're going to have a new FA Cup winner!

    Lianne Sanderson is joined by broadcaster, Spurs fan and friend of the talkSPORT network Chris Paouros to break down two incredible FA Cup semi finals - one which included her beloved Spurs beating Leicester and the other one which saw Chelsea, the holders, knocked out! They also discuss all the incredible work that Chris does with Proud Lilywhites as they celebrate their 10 year anniversary this year! Finally, Lianne's former teammate, Arsenal and Scotland legend Julie Fleeting joins the show to talk about the time she and Lianne shared at Arsenal and everything she's been doing since retiring!
  • The Road to EURO 2025 Begins!

    Lianne Sanderson is joined by former Leeds striker and talkSPORT pundit Lucy Ward to look back on England's 1-1 draw at Wembley. They also look ahead to their second qualifier tomorrow night against the Republic of Ireland . You'll hear exclusively from none other than returning captain Leah Williamson as she prepares for her first start in a year! Plus, do England need to do more to support their youth teams? Lianne catches up with FA Women's pro game director Kelly Simmons to find out!
  • Arsenal retain the Conti Cup - and end Chelsea's quadruple dreams!

    Drama in the Conti Cup final as Jonas Eidevall and Emma Hayes got into a heated exchange on the touchline - but Chelsea's quadruple hopes are over! Lianne Sanderson and her former Gunners teammate Gilly Flaherty look back on how the first trophy of the season was won. You'll hear exclusively from Alessia Russo after the Arsenal striker won her first ever domestic trophy. Ella Toone also told talkSPORT what it means to her to become the first women's player to score 50 goals for Man United! Plus, Lionesses legend and Southampton Women's coach Marianne Spacey joins the show to discuss this season's super close title-race in the Championship!