5 May 2016

Mark Selby

After last week's excursion into history and France, we're back on contemporary home soil this week to talk about the Premier League. Yes, that one. The latest episode Football Fives Podcast asks and then attempts to answer five questions relating to England's top flight since 1992/93, and we make no apology for running a little long.

Daniel Storey, David Hartrick, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee cover a wide range of Premier League talking points, beginning with a debate about the best home-grown Premier League players since the league's inauguration and ending with a forlorn hunt for reasons Aston Villa's supporters should miss their first division status next season.

In between there are questions about the Premier League's global impact, which of the division's managers is best cut out for international success with England and Ryan's Northern Ireland, and Claudio Ranieri. Leicester City's title win is remarkable, but just where does Ranieri's specific achievement rank against the Premier League's other managerial triumphs.

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