November 16th, 2015
Episode 285 of 761 episodes
Mark Chapman brings you reaction as the Republic of Ireland secured their place at a Euro 2016. Two goals from Jon Walters helped Ireland overcome Bosnia-Herzegovina in the play-off second leg in Dublin. We hear from Mark Lawrenson, Shay Given, and Ray Houghton, plus speak to the new Blackburn manager Paul Lambert. As part of the football social we ask has it become too easy to gain an England cap, and ahead of an emotional evening where England take on France, journalist Julien Laurens explains how the prospect of Wembley singing the Marseillaise anthem will bring him to tears.
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