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On the podcast today; Arsenal are fairly dismal against Newcastle, losing 2-0 and potentially handing over the fourth Champions League spot to Tottenham – who now only need to avoid defeat against bottom-place Norwich this weekend to secure it.

Elsewhere, Chris Paouros joins the show to talk about Jake Daniels, the first active British male professional footballer to publicly come out as gay, what this means for him and the wider implications of the sport and how it contrasts with a story concerning PSG midfielder Idrissa Gueye’s alleged refusal to wear a kit bearing the rainbow flag.

Plus, the Championship play-offs, Chelsea’s sale and Gianni Infantino’s Fifa election campaign in Africa.

Don’t forget, tickets are still available for the upcoming Football Weekly Live tour.

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Mohamed Elneny of Arsenal (left), Ben White of Arsenal look on dejected after conceding a goal
Newcastle United v Arsenal, Premier League, Football, St James' Park, Newcastle, UK - 16 May 2022

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