2 September 2016

Michail Antonio

Yes, yes. We're a day late again. Sorry. (We're not.) It's all about international football this week and it's international football where we put our focus in this, the latest episode of the Football Fives Podcast. Daniel Storey is too busy to talk to the rest of us at the moment - although we note he's still active on the Twitters - so we're down to three.

David Hartrick, Ryan Keaney and Chris Nee tackle five questions about the international game in this week's show. We discuss the role of the captain at national team level, with a bit of a focus on Wayne Rooney and England, and ask which single change we'd make to Sam Allardyce's first England squad. Some of us even looked at the squad list first.

We talk about Scotland's World Cup 2018 pressure, ask whether national team managers should have to be native to the country they're managing, and we reveal which team we'd adopt if FIFA allowed supporters to file a one-time switch.

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