Proper Football With Glenn Hoddle
By BBC Radio 5 live
Kammy and Ben pick over England’s World Cup exit in the company of playing legend and former England manager Glenn Hoddle.
Glenn explains what he thinks would have happened if Harry Kane had scored that penalty against France, what England need to change to become winners and whether he thinks Gareth Southgate should stay on as manager.
They also discuss his own playing and managerial career: his biggest regret from his time managing England, which legendary boss he told to do one; why he kept Ruud Gullit away from Stamford Bridge when trying to sign him for Chelsea and the time he thought he was being kidnapped.
And after Ian Holloway revealed one of his teammates used to eat Vicks VaporRub before a game, Kammy and Ben want to know the weirdest pre-match routines you’ve seen or done. E-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.