10 September 2015

Carlos Rey

This week Football Fives embraces the international break with open arms. After all, what better time to tackle the gardening for the last time in the summer, spend some time with the kids and get out to see some non-league football? Nevertheless, we're on an international kick in the new episode and there's plenty to get stuck into.

Daniel Storey, David Hartrick, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee engage in a spot of future-gazing to discover the identity of the England manager in a year's time, and delve more deeply into the virtues of the extended UEFA EURO 2016 finals, the need for so-called "lesser nations" to be given room to improve and the position of international football within the world game.

Listener Euan Dewar tees us up for a discussion about some of the great international games, after which we reveal our favourite individual performances in internationals.

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