Best of Love Sport: Stoney talks fish, Woodward gets both barrels, Compton on the rain

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 9:00pm

Here are the highlights from Love Sport Radio on Wednesday - tune in tomorrow for much, much more.

Ian Stone's Comedy Breakfast (6.30-10am)

Ian Stone was joined by Paul Mortimer on Tuesday to discuss whether Frank Lampard is ready to become Chelsea manager after meeting club officials, cricketers Robin Smith and Michael Clarke opening up about mental health and whether the Cricket World Cup needs reserve days.

David 'Bumble' Lloyd was on the phone to explain that "we've had rain in cricket since Methuselah" and the organisers do not need to make changes while they woke up Richard Lee to ask why goalkeepers are so angry!

Rob Henderson from Age UK hit out at the decision to remove the license fee exemption for over-75s and Judi James, body language expert, explained the story that has seen Keanu Reeves praised for not touching women in photos.

Click here to listen to a podcast version of the show.

Nick Compton's Cricket World Cup Show (10:00-11:00am)

Catch up on all the best bits of Love Sport's daily dose of World Cup with former England batsman Nick Compton.

Today he was joined by the ICC's Dave Richardson, former England spinner and Cricket World Cup finalist John Emburey and Ireland and Middlesex bowler Tim Murtagh.

Click here to listen to a podcast version of the show.

The James Gray Show (1.30-3.30pm)

Love Sport's very own one-man band is always happy to talk sport after lunch - before lunch he's basically useless.

Today he turned his attention to Virat Kohli's requests for fans to stop booing David Warner and Steve Smith, Ed Woodward's inability to run Manchester United and the 'shortlist' for the Chelsea job.

Click here to listen to a podcast version of the show.

Love Sport Drive with Richard Lee and Patrick Christys (3.30-7pm)

Former Watford and Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee and Love Sport's very own Patrick Christys are in charge of making sure you make it home from work every day.

Wednesday saw Ian Holloway give his verdict on Frank Lampard, Rich argue passionately for smaller goals in women's football and Patrick hold nothing back in his assessment of Manchester United's transfer policy.


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