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    72+: Rosenior's Tigers & Warnock's last waltz?

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 39:59

    Aaron Paul is joined by Danny Cowley & Stephen Kelly for the big EFL stories. Hear from Neil Warnock after he left Huddersfield Town. Catch a feature interview with Hull City manager Liam Rosenior. Also hear from Ryan Lowe with Preston top of the Championship, and Russell Martin on Southampton's losing run. And the panel discuss Cheltenham's struggles and Pompey's pride. 01:45 Neil Warnock leaves Huddersfield Town 08:55 Warnock: ‘It's been very very emotional' 13:25 Hull City boss Liam Rosenior interview 23:20 Lowey loving life at Preston North End 28:55 Martin's ‘scar tissue' misery at Southampton 34:05 Cheltenham still yet to score a league goal 36:25 Danny Cowley on his old club Portsmouth

    Euro Leagues: Kylie, Diddy, Ilde & De Zerbi

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2023 38:04

    Steve Crossman presents Euro Leagues with Guillem Balague, James Horncastle & Rafa Honigstein. They catch up with Andorran legend Ildefons Lima, who after 26 years, 2 months and 20 days has retired - making him the longest serving player in men's international football. He made his debut aged 17 back in 1997, the panel reminisce about their lives (and musical tastes) at that time. And despite Brighton's first taste of European football ending in defeat, the panel discuss the impact Roberto De Zerbi has had on the club – a year on from his appointment. TOPICS 06.08 – Manchester United and Andre Onana 15.33 – Ildefons Lima 22.56 – Brighton and Roberto de Zerbi

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    Man Utd beaten by Bayern in 7-goal mayhem

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 29:53

    Steve Crossman is joined by John Murray and Stephen Warnock to react to Manchester United losing 4-3 to Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena. We hear from Alistair Bruce-Ball and Dean Smith at the Emirates Stadium for Arsenal's 4-0 victory over PSV Eindhoven. John Bennett rounds up the rest of the night's Champions League results, including Jude Bellingham's late winner for Real Madrid. And we discuss a busy night of Championship action with Aaron Paul. TIMECODES: 00.27 Manchester United 14.57 Arsenal 22.59 Champions League roundup 25.36 EFL roundup

    City's comeback, Celtic's chaos & Newcastle's nil-nil

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2023 32:31

    Kelly Cates and guests discuss Tuesday's Champions League action. Michael Brown joins Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton to reflect on Manchester City's 3-1 victory over Red Star Belgrade. Connie McLaughlin gives the details of Celtic's chaotic 2-0 defeat to Feyenoord before John Bennett rounds up the rest of the night's results. Ian Dennis and Pat Nevin are at the San Siro as Newcastle United return to the Champions League for the first time in twenty years with a 0-0 draw with AC Milan. We finish in Munich to preview Wednesday's game between Bayern Munich and Manchester United with John Murray and Stephen Warnock. TIMECODES: 00:38 - Manchester City 3 - 1 Red Star 09:59 - Feyenoord 2 - 0 Celtic 17.47 - AC Milan 0 - 0 Newcastle United 24.29 - Bayern Munich v Manchester United preview

    MNC: Tricky times for Ten Hag

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 43:42

    Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Charlie Adam look at where it's going wrong for Manchester United and Erik Ten Hag after yet another defeat in the Premier League. Following Paul Heckingbottom's criticism of referees and their application of time-wasting rules, we're joined by former official Mark Clattenburg. And will Everton's potential takeover help improve their league form? TIMECODES 02:13 Manchester United's early season struggles 16:30 Everton and Sean Dyche face trouble 29:15 Mark Clattenburg on Paul Heckingbottom's comments

    Trossard trumps Toffees and Chelsea's conundrum continues

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 46:32

    Ben Haines and Nedum Onuoha react to Sunday's Premier League games with The Telegraph's Luke Edwards and former Tottenham and Fulham fullback Stephen Kelly. Hear from Mikel Arteta and Sean Dyche as Arsenal claim a narrow win at Everton plus Mauricio Pochettino after Chelsea's draw at Bournemouth and Blues fan Parth from The Chelsea Point gives his thoughts on their start to the season. 03:10 Hot takes of the week 07:55 Mikel Arteta: "We played a great game" 17:10 Raya in for Ramsdale 19:25 Sean Dyche: "We never asked questions" 25:10 How are the Premier League's all-time best counter attackers? 29:00 Mauricio Pochettino: "Difficult to split result, performance and feelings" 30:35 Parth from The Chelsea Spot 39:00 Bournemouth's 'good' start 44:00 Nedum's moment of the weekend

    Sports Report: United beaten by Brighton whilst Villa & Spurs leave it (very) late

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 28:07

    Mark Chapman presents reaction to Saturday's Premier League action. Hear from Erik Ten Hag & Danny Welbeck after Brighton beat Man United 3-1 at Old Trafford as well as Pep Guardiola and David Moyes after Man City came from behind to beat West Ham. The Premier League's record goalscorer and Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer gives his thoughts on Saturday's action. Also, reaction from Ange Postecoglu & Paul Heckingbottom after Spurs' late win at home to Sheffield United. Plus, thoughts from Emi Martinez after a 98th minute penalty from Douglas Luiz sealed their win at home to Crystal Palace, Rob Edwards' views on Luton's tough start to life in the Premier League, and Jurgen Klopp & Gary O'Neil's reaction to Liverpool's 3-1 win at Wolves. Finally, get thoughts from John Murray and Pat Nevin from inside St James' Park after Newcastle beat Brentford 1-0.

    Ten Hag says Jadon SanchNO, & Everton takeover closer

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 37:59

    Darren Fletcher presents the Friday Football Social with Nigel Reo-Coker, Paul Robinson and Clinton Morrison. The team discuss whether Jadon Sancho should apologise to manager Erik ten Hag with Rio Ferdinand dropping by to share his view on the situation at Manchester United. And how long will it take for Pochettino to turn Chelsea into a winning side? Radio Merseyside's Giulia Bould gives us the latest on Everton who are set to have new owners after Farhad Moshiri agreed to sell his 94% stake to American investment fund 777 Partners. Jump to: 00:14 Intro 00:35 Erik ten Hag on Sancho 01:08 Rio Ferdinand 05:10 Should Sancho apologise? 24:35 Is Chelsea the impossible job? 32:55 Giulia Bould on Everton takeover

    72+: Maloney's Wigan rebuild and Tranmere's Mr Positive

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 45:41

    Aaron Paul and Jobi McAnuff are joined by West Brom forward Jed Wallace as the managerial changes in the EFL begin to take effect. BBC Radio Merseyside's Giulia Bould gives us the background on Nigel Adkins replacing Ian Dawes on an interim basis at Tranmere. The panel also discuss Lee Johnson's rapid return to management at Fleetwood. And Wigan's Shaun Maloney tells us about the challenges he's had since taking over, and his hopes for rejuvenating the club following relegation to League One. TIMECODES 03:34 Interview with Shaun Maloney on Wigan Athletic; 18:28 Reading's latest points deduction; 26:50 Nigel Adkins' new role at Tranmere; 40:06 Can Lee Johnson succeed at Fleetwood?

    Euro Leagues: Spain's latest prodigy, Pogba & Portugal

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2023 45:43

    John Bennett presents Euro Leagues with Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Mina Rzouki. They reflect on Lamine Yamal becoming Spain's youngest ever goalscorer, a positive note in what has been a challenging period for the Spanish federation following the spotlight on Luis Rubiales. There is also discussion on World Cup winner Paul Pogba, who was provisionally suspended from playing this week after a positive drugs test, before the podcast moves on to Portugal, as Roberto Martinez has won his first six games in charge of the national team who are yet to concede a goal in 2023. 01:22 - Luis Rubiales 10:06 - Lamine Yamal 21:00 - Paul Pogba 30:00 - Portugal 34:30 - Italy 42:18 - Saudi Pro League v Ligue 1

    Southgate defends Maguire & the Lionesses' homecoming

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2023 41:47

    Kelly Somers is joined by Asmir Begovic and Tash Dowie to react to Wednesday's biggest football stories. Hear from Gareth Southgate as he defends Harry Maguire amid criticism over his place in the squad. Plus, Nicky Bandini drops by to talk about Paul Pogba's provisional suspension after testing positive for a banned substance. They also look ahead to the Premier League's return and hear from Sarina Wiegman who names her first Lionesses squad since the World Cup. 02:10 England v Scotland reaction 16:40 Paul Pogba 22:00 Premier League returns 32:55 Lionesses squad announcement

    Southgate's England sink Scotland at Hampden

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2023 28:40

    Juliette Ferrington is joined by commentators John Murray and Ian Dennis, former Scotland winger Pat Nevin and former England midfielder Chris Waddle for reaction to England's 3-1 international friendly win over Scotland. The podcast includes the post-match thoughts of managers Gareth Southgate and Steve Clarke, along with an interview with England goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale. There is also reflection on Germany's 2-1 friendly victory over France which follows the recent sacking of boss Hansi Flick. Timecodes: 00:35 Initial thoughts on England and Scotland 03:45 England's best performers 08:05 Aaron Ramsdale 11:44 Steve Clarke 13:20 What next for Scotland and England? 18:20 Gareth Southgate 23:40 Germany

    MNC: England, Scotland & the Deepdale Duck

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2023 42:53

    Kelly Cates presents the Monday Night Club with Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Conor Coady. The team preview Scotland against England in their friendly at Hampden Park and the outgoing mascot for Preston North End also drops by. ‘The Deepdale Duck' - Simon Nash - has decided to retire after 27 years Jump to: 00:12 Intro 00:45 Leicester City's new training ground 02:34 England 04:40 Kieran Trippier 05:50 Kyle Walker nearly retiring 13:43 Gareth Southgate 17:10 The rivalry 19:10 Who is starting for England? 25:45 Steve Clarke 29:11 Atmosphere in the Scotland camp 35:05 Preston North End mascot

    Walker wonder & ‘misdiagnosed' McTominay

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2023 39:13

    Alistair Bruce-Ball talks Euro qualifiers for England, Scotland and Wales. He's joined by former England goalkeeper Rob Green, ex-Scotland winger Pat Nevin and The Athletic's Adam Crafton. Also hear from BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips. And catch reaction from Kyle Walker, Marc Guéhi, Steve Clarke, John McGinn, Rob Page and former Wales captain Ashley Williams. 02:20 England's winning run is over 07:55 Which England player was the real winner? 10:50 Kyle Walker – ‘The pitch is not an excuse' 17:50 Marc Guéhi – ‘Maguire gives me calm' 23:15 Scotland on the brink of qualification 25:05 Steve Clarke & John McGinn struggle to contain their smiles 27:45 Has McTominay been misdiagnosed? 30:20 Under-pressure Wales boss Rob Page 33:45 Former Wales captain Ashley Williams on World Cup ‘hangover'

    Ukraine end England's winning streak

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2023 32:26

    Aaron Paul is joined by former England, Liverpool & Middlesbrough winger Stewart Downing, ex West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, and The Telegraph's Luke Edwards to react to England's 1-1 draw with Ukraine in their Euro 2024 qualifier. They discuss England's starting line-up, how they approached the match against Ukraine, and Gareth Southgates squad selection. Hear from the England boss who gives his thoughts on the performance. Former West Ham defender Matthew Upson analyses the game from the Tarczynski Arena. Plus, reaction to Arsenal's shock exit from the Women's Champions League after losing in the second qualifying round to Paris FC.

    England prepare to face Ukraine & Kane's settling in

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 27:32

    Football Correspondent John Murray, Former England defender Matthew Upson & BBC Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty preview Ukraine v England. Join the guys from outside the Stadion Miejski in Wrocław, Poland as they look forward to a lively atmosphere. Hear from England manager Gareth Southgate & captain Harry Kane for the first time since his move to Bayern Munich. Plus Ukraine midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko & manager Serhiy Rebrov speak ahead of their EURO 2024 qualifier, amid the backdrop of the ongoing war in their homeland. TOPICS: 03:07 – Gareth Southgate with John Murray 13:27 – Harry Kane with John Murray 21:27 - Oleksandr Zinchenko & Serhiy Rebrov

    72+: Preston, The Dons and Dua Lipa

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 44:26

    Aaron Paul is joined by Stevenage manager Steve Evans and ex-Swindon striker Sam Parkin to look at the latest news from the EFL and beyond. AFC Wimbledon manager Johnnie Jackson give us an insight into his side's unbeaten start to the season. The team also look at why Championship leaders Preston have begun the campaign so positively, and ask how much of a priority the EFL Trophy is to clubs this season. And we find out which unlikely music star Steve Evans has for his ring tone. TIMECODES 05:50 Preston North End 18:15 Johnnie Jackson on AFC Wimbledon's start to the season 25:05 How important is the EFL Trophy? 36:05 Steve Evans on Stevenage's unbeaten opening six matches

    Euro Leagues: ‘Hey Jude!' & a Nokia 3310

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2023 39:44

    John Bennett reflects on Bellingham's brilliant start & the Lyon ultras confronting their players. He's joined by European football journalists Julien Laurens, Raphael Honigstein & Kristof Terreur. Also on the agenda: Germany coach Hansi Flick under ‘huge' pressure, Rubiales/Vilda developments & the Ballon d'Or nominations. 02:45 Real Madrid spell Bellingham's name wrong! 05:00 Graham Potter turns down Lyon 08:10 Lyon told off on the pitch by their own fans 14:30 How long until the next PSG meltdown? 16:00 Germany's Flick ‘under huge pressure' 24:10 Is Montse Tomé the right appointment for Spain women? 26:45 Sergio Ramos back at his boyhood Sevilla 30:35 Courtois & Tedesco need to ‘sit down as grown-ups' 33:55 Schmeichel's career goes ‘downwards' to Anderlecht 35:10 Cristiano Ronaldo overlooked for Ballon d'Or

    VAR audio discussion and Rubiales developments

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2023 38:58

    Aaron Paul is joined by The Telegraph's North East correspondent Luke Edwards and Aston Villa Women's captain Rachel Corsie to discuss the fresh VAR audio which has been released from the first month of the Premier League season, plus the latest developments in the case against Spanish FA President Luis Rubiales with Spanish football journalist Alex Ibaceta. TOPICS: 01:40 Aston Villa's 'quiet' start to pre-season 09:50 VAR discussion - Manchester Utd versus Wolves 22:16 Howard Webb quotes on controversial Ake goal 27:00 Alex Ibaceta on Luis Rubiales developments 34:22 International break preview

    Nketiah's got a text! & Henderson's ‘hurt'

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 41:02

    Juliette Ferrington is joined by former England defender Ledley King & ESPN's Mark Ogden. They hear from Eddie Nketiah after his first England call-up. The Athletic's David Ornstein drops in after his interview with Jordan Henderson following his move to Saudi side Al-Ettifaq. The panel discuss the sacking of Spain women's coach Jorge Vilda, and hear from Scotland assistant John Carver with them on the verge of Euro qualification. 03:15 Where was Nketiah when he heard he was called up? 10:30 Ledley on a ‘cat-like' Nketiah 11:20 Will Harry Kane's move to Bayern push him on? 13:05 Should Jordan Henderson have done the interview? 17:00 David Ornstein gives the lowdown on his Henderson interview 29:05 Spain women's coach Jorge Vilda sacked 35:50 Scotland on a roll

    Introducing... Football Gossip Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 15:56

    Comedian Maisie Adam and the Daily Telegraph's Luke Edwards tackle three of the day's big stories. After Jordan Henderson's move to Al-Ettifaq from Liverpool Luke and Maisie react to his claim he is "really hurt" by criticism of moving to Saudi. Is it fair to "scapegoat" Jadon Sancho at Manchester United and which English Premier League team made a last gap attempt to sign Spanish bad boy Sergio Ramos.

    MNC: Man Utd get beat and the size of Szoboszlai's feet

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2023 41:46

    Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Rob Green look at Manchester United's indifferent start to the season. ESPN's Mark Ogden joins the podcast to give us insight into Jadon Sancho's clash with Erik ten Hag following the defeat at Arsenal. They also discuss how far Liverpool could go this season, after they extended their unbeaten run to 15 matches. And does the size of Dominik Szoboszlai's feet mean he's guaranteed to be a success at Anfield? TIMECODES 00:58 Manchester United's indifferent start 15:55 Jadon Sancho 25:30 Liverpool's start to the season 33:28 The size of Szoboszslai's feet

    Rice inspires Arsenal & Klopp calm over Salah

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2023 41:01

    Ben Haines and Nedum Onuoha react to Sunday's Premier League games with striker Tash Dowie and The Telegraph's Luke Edwards. Hear from Mikel Arteta and Erik ten Hag after Arsenal stun Manchester United. Catch Jürgen Klopp on Mo Salah and Liverpool's win over Aston Villa. Also hear from Unai Emery, and Roy Hodgson after Crystal Palace edge out Wolves. 03:00 Hot takes of the weekend 05:55 Arsenal stun Man Utd late on 10:35 Mikel Arteta – “It was really emotional” 14:35 Erik ten Hag – “We deserved to win” 21:40 Liverpool sweep aside Aston Villa 24:20 Jürgen Klopp – “It was the perfect 3-0” 25:45 Will Salah stay or go? 33:25 Unai Emery – “We weren't clinical” 35:15 Crystal Palace edge out Wolves 39:10 Nedum's moment of the weekend

    Postecoglou's five star Spurs and fantastic Ferguson

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2023 31:14

    Mark Chapman reviews the day's action in England and Scotland, as another Erling Haaland hat-trick maintains Man City's 100% record this season. We also hear from Ange Postecoglou after his Tottenham side thrashed Burnley 5-2. And after his stunning hat-trick against Newcastle, we hear from Brighton's Evan Ferguson. There are also interviews with Everton's Sean Dyche and Manchester City debutant Jeremy Doku. TIMECODES 04:00 Analysis of Brighton 3-1 Newcastle, including Evan Ferguson's post-match interview 14:30 Sean Dyche on Everton's 2-2 draw at Sheffield United 17:20 Ange Postecoglou on Tottenham's win over Burnley. 29:30 Jeremy Doku interview following his Manchester City debut

    Liverpool reject Salah Saudi bid

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2023 40:12

    Darren Fletcher presents the Friday Football Social on transfer deadline day. Darren is joined by Dion Dublin, Don Hutchison and Mark Schwarzer. The team discuss Liverpool rejecting a £150m bid for Mohamed Salah from Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad, Ansu Fati to Brighton, and what Sofyan Amrabat can bring to Manchester United. Jump to: 00:00 Intro 03:10 Liverpool reject Salah bid 05:40 Liverpool don't need to panic 15:36 Ansu Fati to Brighton 23:47 Chelsea and Forest transfer business 29:04 Does Brennan Johnson start for Spurs? 30:01 Fiorentina's Sofyan Amrabat to United 33:51 Are United closer to Arsenal and Chelsea? 29:02 Rangers Celtic

    72+: Deadline day deals & life-saver O'Nien

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2023 35:39

    Aaron Paul and Jobi McAnuff are joined by Wycombe defender Joe Jacobson. They get a behind the scenes insight on transfer deadline day from Blackburn Rovers director of football Gregg Broughton. Hear the panel's best transfer stories of deals they were involved in, which did and didn't go through. And catch up with Sunderland captain Luke O'Nien after he signed a new deal and saved a dog's life all in one week. 01:30 Joe Jacobson gets a surprise from a Premier League winner 05:20 BTS at Blackburn Rovers on deadline day 13:15 Jobi on nearly getting signed by Harry Redknapp at Portsmouth 18:15 Sunderland's Luke O'Nien saved a dog's life! 20:22 O'Nien talks changing from midfielder to defender 25:05 O'Nien on improving his mental health off the pitch 27:35 ‘He'll shoot, he's score, he'll save your Labrador' 30:20 More transfer revelations from Jobi 33:15 No one wants to sign Joe

    Euro Leagues: Newcastle's Group of Death & Fati to Brighton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2023 37:41

    Steve Crossman is joined by James Horncastle, Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein to discuss the Champions League draw as they react to the “Group of Death” Group F and the tournament debutants: Lens, Union Berlin and Royal Antwerp. They also take a look at some of the biggest transfer stories across Europe including Ansu Fati's move to Brighton and Ryan Gravenberch to Liverpool. 01:10 Champions League Draw 13:00 New teams in the Champions League 26:30 Ansu Fati's future

    Everton & Chelsea sneak into round 3 of the EFL Cup

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2023 30:38

    Steve Crossman presents reaction to the final games of the EFL Cup second round. Plus, analysis as Rangers lose to PSV, meaning they will play Europa League football this season. Hear from Sean Dyche as debutant Beto inspired an Everton comeback at Doncaster Rovers, AFC Wimbledon manager Johnnie Jackson after his side fell just short of beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, James Forrest from Heart and Hand - The Rangers Podcast after their thrashing away at PSV Eindhoven, and penalty shootout hero Lukas Jensen who saved two penalties for Lincoln City, knocking out Sheffield United.

    EFL Cup-sets as Salford stun Leeds & Fulham frustrate Spurs

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2023 18:21

    Kelly Cates is joined by former Southampton full back Francis Benali, ex-Fulham and Liverpool midfielder Ray Houghton and former Leeds defender Alex Bruce for reaction to a drama-filled night in the EFL Cup second round. Crystal Palace came from two-nil down to win at Plymouth Argyle, hear from Roy Hodgson after his super subs changed the game and a Jean-Philippe Mateta hattrick sealed a 4-2 win. In the only all-Premier League game, Fulham beat Tottenham on penalties, but there are no regrets according to Ange Postecoglou. It also came down to penalties as Salford City of League Two knocked out Leeds United of the Championship. Goalscorer Matt Smith joins the pod before heading to A&E to deal with a nasty injury. And there is reaction from Mansfield boss Nigel Clough after his League Two side won on penalties against Sheffield Wednesday of the Championship at Hillsborough. TOPICS 0'50 Palace avoid a slip-up at Plymouth 3'46 Roy Hodgson 5'02 Fulham beat Tottenham 7'14 Ange Postecoglou 10'00 Salford City stun Leeds United 11'30 Matt Smith 14'50 Mansfield's Nigel Clough 15'30 Gary O'Neil after Wolves ease past Blackpool 16'30 Bournemouth's Ryan Christie after they avoided a scare at Swansea City

    MNC: Lukaku to Roma & happy Hammer Bowen

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2023 43:06

    Mark Chapman presents the Monday Night Club. He's joined by former Premier League strikers Chris Sutton and Glenn Murray, along with New York Times chief soccer correspondent Rory Smith. They react to Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku closing in on a loan move to Roma. What about Darwin Núñez and Liverpool after they left it late to beat Newcastle? And West Ham's Jarrod Bowen joins the pod and has his say on the new rules on time-wasting. 00:15 Chris Sutton gets questioned after 606 02:20 Yet another move for Romelu Lukaku 09:10 What did Liverpool learn from their win at Newcastle? 13:45 Will this be Darwin's season? 21:55 West Ham's Jarrod Bowen LIVE on the pod 31:50 Will the new rules on time-wasting last?

    Darwin's double defeats Newcastle

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2023 46:33

    Ben Haines and Nedum Onuoha are joined by Aston Villa defender Rachel Corsie and The Athletic's Adam Crafton to review Liverpool's stunning comeback victory against Newcastle United at St James' Park. We hear from Jurgen Klopp, who says the game was one of the "most special" matches he's been involved in. The team also look at Manchester City's hard-fought 2-1 win at Sheffield United and assess Aston Villa's third victory in a week, as they cruised past Burnley. TIMECODES 04:00 Liverpool win 2-1 at Newcastle; 10:00 Can Darwin enjoy a prolific season? 15:50 Virgil van Dijk's red card and Trent Alexander-Arnold avoiding a second yellow; 23:25 Man City's 2-1 win over Sheffield United 41:35 Burnley 1-3 Aston Villa

    Sports Report: West Ham go top and Man United come from two down

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2023 35:52

    Mark Chapman presents reaction to the third week of the Premier League season. As well as all the key stories from across the EFL and Scotland West Ham United continued their unbeaten Premier League start by stunning Brighton 3-1, while Manchester United came from 2-0 down to beat Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford. Joao Palhinha secured a point for 10-man Fulham away at Arsenal and Everton remain pointless and bottom of the table after defeat to Wolves. We hear from Erik Ten Hag, Bruno Fernandes, Mikel Arteta, Thomas Frank, David Moyes, Michail Antonio and more! TOPICS: 01:14 – West Ham go top 04:08 – David Moyes and Michail Antonio 08:32 – Roberto De Zerbi 11:41 – Ten Hag and Fernandes 17:05 - Joao Palhinha and Marco Silva 21:46 – Sean Dyche 24:49 – Thomas Frank 27:15 – James Maddison 28:40 – Championship

    Will Mo Salah go? & Norwood talks Blades

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2023 34:36

    Aaron Paul previews the weekend in the Premier League. He's joined by Michael Brown, Nigel Reo-Coker and David James. They discuss speculation linking Liverpool's Mo Salah to the Saudi Pro League. Guillem Balagué joins the pod with the latest on Spanish football federation president Luis Rubiales. And Sheffield United midfielder Ollie Norwood swings by ahead of facing Manchester City. 01:25 Is Mo Salah on his way out of Liverpool? 02:35 Jürgen Klopp has his say 12:25 Latest on Spanish football federation president Luis Rubiales 18:30 Sheffield United's Ollie Norwood LIVE 27:40 What about Man City without Pep Guardiola?

    72+: Ipswich start strongly, more trouble for Southend

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2023 46:11

    Aaron Paul and Jobi McAnuff are joined by the former Hull City manager Phil Brown to look at the opening few weeks of the new EFL season. They look at strong starts for the East Anglian clubs in the Championship, with Ipswich Town leading the division and Norwich City also going well. Cambridge United captain Michael Morison tells the podcast what is behind their good early form. And following a 10-point deduction and the threat of extinction, there are troubled times for National League Southend United. Journalist Chris Phillips explains the situation at the club. TIMECODES 03:00 Ipswich's strong start to the season 12:00 Good times return to Norwich City 23:00 Cambridge United with captain Michael Morison 33:00 Troubled time for Southend United

    Euro Leagues: Rubiales to resign & Kane mania

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2023 34:46

    Steve Crossman is joined by James Horncastle, Archie Rhind-Tutt and Mina Rzouki. They react to reports that Spanish football federation president Luis Rubiales is set to resign after kissing Jenni Hermoso on the lips when Spain beat England at the FIFA Women's World Cup. How big is Kane mania in Germany? Who are the early-season crisis clubs? And Kristof Terreur has the lowdown on Manchester City's new Belgian winger Jeremy Doku. 00:20 Who is Archie's cardboard cutout? 03:35 Mina Rzouki reacts to reports that Rubiales will resign 12:20 What's the reaction been like in Spain – is the media sexist? 21:10 Kane mania – is this a landmark move for Germany? 26:05 Who are the early-season crisis clubs on the continent? 32:15 Kristof Terreur reveals why he couldn't make it on the show

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    Rangers eye ‘cup final' & Man Utd takeover movement?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2023 33:27

    Kelly Somers is joined by ESPN's Mark Ogden and former defender Stephen Kelly. They react to Rangers' draw with PSV Eindhoven in their Champions League play-off first leg. Hear from manager Michael Beale and Scottish Daily Mail chief football writer Stephen McGowan. Then attention turns to Manchester United with reports of takeover movement, and is Sofyan Amrabat on his way to Old Trafford? All that and Burnley go all Barbie for a player announcement video. 01:20 Burnley go Barbie with a player announcement 06:55 Rangers just 90 minutes from the Champions League 10:00 Todd Cantwell: “We need time to marinade” 11:50 Rangers boss Michael Beale eyes ‘cup final' 17:30 Are the Qataris in pole position for Manchester United? 25:20 Have Man Utd overspent on players? 28:40 Is Amrabat on his way to Old Trafford?

    Doku heads to Man City, Dyche with work to do at Everton

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2023 33:58

    Kelly Somers, former Tottenham captain Ledley King and England international Natasha Dowie assess Manchester City's move for Jeremy Doku, looking at how the Rennes player would fit into the City side. Ledley gives an insight into Ange Postecoglou's first days as Tottenham head coach. And Matt Jones from the Blue Room podcast joins the team to discuss Everton's bad start to the new campaign. TIMECODES 02:29 Jeremy Doku to join Man City 07:29 Everton's poor start 16:09 Optimism for Spurs with Postecoglou 24:22 Arsenal's win at Crystal Palace

    MNC: Did Wiegman get it wrong?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2023 32:44

    The Monday Night Club reacts to England's defeat in the FIFA Women's World Cup final. Mark Chapman is joined by Lioness Maya Le Tissier, former England players Izzy Christiansen, Micah Richards and Chris Sutton, and The Athletic's Adam Crafton. They dig into the Lionesses' World Cup final defeat to Spain and what the future holds. 02:20 Were Russo and Daly substituted too soon? 03:55 Pumped up Mary Earps ‘makes Maya die' 06:05 England suffer under Spanish pressure 07:10 Did Sarina Wiegman get it wrong? 11:35 Do Spain have more technical quality than England? 14:35 Adam Crafton owns Chris Sutton 16:00 Were England fans and media complacent? 21:35 Can England go again in 2027? 22:55 Will Sarina stay? 27:10 What can the sporting bodies learn from this World Cup?

    Hammers handle Chelsea & Everton crumble at Villa

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2023 38:31

    Ben Haines & Nedum Onuoha are joined by Manchester United under-21s player-coach Tom Huddlestone & The Times football reporter Charlotte Duncker to react to Sunday's Premier League games. Hear from an exuberant David Moyes after West Ham beat Chelsea 3-1, whilst Mauricio Pochettino also gives his thoughts on the result. Sean Dyche breaks down Everton's performance as they lost 4-0 away at Villa Park. Plus, get the reaction of Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers after a shock defeat to Kilmarnock in the Scottish League Cup.

    Women's World Cup: Heartbreak for Lionesses

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2023 31:52

    Juliette Ferrington, former England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley, ex-England captain Faye White and Vicki Sparks react to England's World Cup final defeat. Hear from penalty-saver Mary Earps, as well as captain Millie Bright & manager Sarina Wiegman. Plus, ex-England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis and Women's Football Reporter for The Telegraph Tom Garry.

    Sports Report: Postecoglou gets his first win and Manchester City beat Newcastle

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2023 38:19

    Mark Chapman presents reaction to the second week of the Premier League season, as well as reaction from the Championship, EFL and Scottish League Cup. Ange Postecoglou got his first win on the board as manager of Tottenham as they beat Manchester United 2-0. Hear from both managers of that match as well as Pep Guardiola after Manchester City beat Newcastle 1-0. We also hear from Solly March after Brighton beat Wolves 4-1. Plus more interviews from Eddie Howe, Thomas Frank, Jurgen Klopp, Marco Silva and Shaun Maloney. TOPICS: 06.15 – Ange Postecoglou 08.45 – Erik Ten Hag 13.02 – Pep Guardiola 15.25 – Eddie Howe 18.35 – Solly March 25.27 – Jurgen Klopp 27.58 – Marco Silva 29.40 – Thomas Frank 31.37 – Championship results 33.38 – League One results 33.49 – Shaun Maloney 35.30 – League Two results 37.01 – Scottish League Cup reaction from Michael Beale

    Women's World Cup: T-minus 1 day until the final

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2023 29:04

    Juliette Ferrington is joined by Vicki Sparks, Karen Bardsley and Mark Ogden on the day before the Women's World Cup Final. We hear from Lionesses' manager Sarina Wiegman and captain Millie Bright. The panel discuss the chances of England and how the players will be feeling ahead of the big game against Spain. They also talk about the Spanish set-up and how they've performed in this tournament. TOPICS 1min - England's chances 03.29 - Spain's chances 07.20 - England captain Millie Bright 15.10 - England manager Sarina Wiegman 23.00 - Match predictions

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