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Ian Danter straddles two careers, one as a top commentator on Talksport and the other as a prolific musician and recording artist (his new album Rule Of Three is out now). His unbridled enthusiasm for football and music is the perfect combination for Life Goals as Theo Delaney finds out. This is part one of two with the lifelong Birmingham City fan.@talkdants@LifeGoalsTD @theodelaneyhttp://www.iandanter.co.ukhttps://www.theodelaney.com/life-goalshttps://www.11-29media.com/life-goals
Amad Diallo eh? What a win! Graham and Dave look over a massive Friday night win at St Andrews as Sunderland head into the World Cup break with a healthy return of seven points from the last four. Lots of Patto, Diallo and Danny Batth chat as we head into the weekend feeling hugely positive about all things Sunderland. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #BCFC #EFLChampionship
One last game before the World Cup break sees Sunderland travel to Birmingham City as we look to pick up a much needed result in the Midlands. They've been in good form, and we haven't got much of a record in front of the Sky Sports cameras this season - so if we are to get a result, what needs to happen? BirminghamWorld writer Charlie Haffenden joins me to chat through the Blues season so far. Enjoyed the episode? Follow us at @WhatTheFalkPod, or like and subscribe via your favourite podcast app. #SAFC #BCFC #EFLChampionship
Post match musings with show regular Neil Fissler plus reaction voicemails from Michael Avery, John Ranking and Mike Hayden.Arrivederci MillwallNick@AchtungMillwallachtungmillwall@gmail.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kevin and Kieran find out why Bury Council has withdrawn £450,000 of funding following the Bury Supporters Society vote which prevented the merger with AFC Bury, and analyse what's happened to Birmingham City's cryptocurrency partner. The next Price of Football live show will take place at Plymouth's Home Park on Tuesday December 13th. A few tickets are still available - get them here! https://www.eticketing.co.uk/pafc/Events Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's official EFL podcast, Mark Clemmit is joined by Birmingham City manager John Eustace, to discuss life at St Andrew's and what's possible for the blues this season. Elsewhere, Clem also sits down with the brilliant Joe Thompson, to talk about the incredible way that he's coped with all that's been thrown at him over the last few years, and in addition to his inspirational and motivational attitude to life, he's also a bit of a punditry pro as well!
This episode with 70s Birmingham City legend Dave Latchford, team member from one of the greatest eras in Birminghams footballing history, plus looking briefly back to the recent win against Bristol City, including, The Last 15 and much more!Birmingham City FC chat show, The Tilton Talk Show, with Alan, Mark, Craig and Chris and Paul Hipkiss ...strap yourselves in!Produced/Edited by Chris Brownewww.tiltontalk.comThanks to Sponsor BoylesportsSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/srbmedia. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's FRIDAY baby, and you have earned a beer or three with us this week! A manager was fired, but to Kelly's disappointment, it wasn't Brendan Rodgers. Bruno and Wolves part ways after their lost to West Ham at the weekend drops them into the relegation zone. Three hat-tricks and three red cards grace the weekend, and Kelly and Gordon pay dearly for it. Three shots and beers to boot cause all sorts of mayhem this week, to the hosts, to the script, and to the weekend prediction. One in which Kelly not only predicts the score line of the Forest Villa game, but also an on field display of passion. Also below is the full read out of Graham's history piece. Check it out! Midlands Derby – Well actually Villa is located in the West Midlands and as a district inside the city of Birmingham you would think that their natural rival would be Birmingham City butactually their biggest rivalry of all seems to be with West Bromwich Albion. On the other handNottingham Forest identify themselves as an East Midlands team and their biggest rivalry iswith Derby County, Leicester and obviously their next door neighbors Notts County whosehome ground is actually less than 300 yards away from their own City Ground. Which happens to be the shortest distance between two English professional teams. So how about the rivalry between the Aston Martin race car and the Raleigh Bicycle. I havealways assumed that Aston Martin cars were constructed in the midlands but it turns out thatthe Aston in Aston Martin refers to a testing track on Aston Hill which is located closer toLondon than Birmingham… Shows how little I know about history although I am correctregarding Nottingham and the Raleigh Bicycle. I understand that during the 50's, 60's and 70'sninety-five percent of bicycles sold in the US originated in Nottingham. So why did I get excited when I first saw this fixture for this weekend? Well for me I was mostactive as a football fan during the late 70's and early 80's when English sides dominated Europe.The Big Four of the day were Forest, Villa, Leeds and Liverpool. You could argue that they werethe Big Four in Europe and not just England. In the eleven seasons from 74/75 through 84/85those four English sides made it to nine European Cup (Champions League) finals whichincluded back to back winners Forest in 1979 & 80 and Villa 1982. Leeds were beaten finalist in'75 Liverpool made up the other 5 final appearances' winning 4 and losing just the one.Both Villa and Forest have also won the European Super Cup – Forest twice and Villa once a featthat not many English teams can claim. Forest has won the English League once and the FA Cup twice to go along with their twoEuropean Championships while Villa have been crowned English League champions on 7occasions to add to their 7 FA Cups trophies so between them there has been quite a haul ofsilverware.So I was a little surprised and even disappointed that there was not a juicier back story to comeout of this particular fixture although on September 11 th 2016 Aston Villa tied 2-2 withNottingham Forest in the Championship, the second tier of English football and what wasspecial about this particular game? Well it was the very first time that two former EuropeanChampions have met in a second tier league game anywhere in Europe and even though theyplayed each other a further five times in the EFL Championship they are still the only twoformer European Champions to have played against each other EVER in the second tier.
Alex Scott met the press ahead of Saturday's game at Birmingham City.After missing the midweek draw with Coventry City due to suspension the midfielder is back in the selection mix.Scott talked about: Watching from the standsA more 'resilient' squadAnalysis of gamesJason Euell influenceAdmiration for Jude BellinghamSocial media approach And much more...
A welcome return after the international break to the most famous Birmingham City show in Warrington and Cleethorpes!Looking back at the recent draw against Sheffield United including, The Blues underated 11, The Last 15 and much more!Birmingham City FC chat show, The Tilton Talk Show, with Alan, Mark, Craig and Chris and Paul Hipkiss ...strap yourselves in!Produced/Edited by Chris Brownewww.tiltontalk.comThanks to Sponsor BoylesportsSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/srbmedia. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/srbmedia. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In the field of sports psychology, few have gained as much professional experience as Tom Bates. Tom cut his teeth working in professional football at numerous clubs including Brentford, Aston Villa, and Birmingham City. More recently, Tom has worked with Olympic athletes across a range of sports including Swimming - coaching Adam Peaty to success in Tokyo 2020. Join Danno for a fascinating insight into sports psychology as he chats with Tom about his professional career, and his faith in Christ. You can find out more about Tom's work and purchase his book at: tombatescoaching.com (0:00) - What does connecting sport and faith mean to you? (4:27) - Sports psychology and performance culture at Aston Villa F.C. (7:27) - A day in the life of a sports psychologist (11:08) - Getting started in professional football coaching (14:48) - Surrendering to Christ (19:00) - Moving to Birmingham City F.C. (21:45) - Growing as a sports psychologist in the world of pro football (30:15) - The Future Coach: Writing the book (34:58) - Getting sacked and stepping into the world of Olympic sport (39:20) - Gold in Tokyo 2020 & drawing on God in highs and lows (41:10) - Killing the Ego & learning true identity in Christ
Sam currently plays for Birmingham City, on loan at Plymouth Argyle. In the interview, Sam talks about: - How to handle failure and success - The importance of having a backup plan - The mental fortitude required to succeed - How to properly decide what club to move to to better your career - How to deal with being released from a club Follow Sams journey on instagram @sam_cozzee
We can't really get going, can we? It's a mildly gloomy podcast this time around as the Niis head into yet another break of fixtures, safe in the knowledge that Coventry City still haven't won a game this season. In the words of Mark - it's embarrassing. Twitter: @niilampteyshow Facebook: niilampteyshow Instagram: niilampteyshow Email: email@example.com Website: www.niilampteyshow.com Shop: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/106450327
For Hayley Ladd, playing football wasn't a choice. It was just a given from the off. As soon as she was old enough, she was kicking a ball around with local lads on the cul-de-sac that her family lived on – and when she was nine, she was in Arsenal's Centre of Excellence. Stints at Coventry City, Bristol Academy and Birmingham City followed – alongside a time playing in Finland! – before Hayley ended up at Manchester United. And alongside that was Hayley's international career, began when she was just sixteen years old, and still going strong to this day for Wales. It was being part of that Welsh team at such a young age that helped Ladd find the confidence she needed to be her authentic self – and now, she's looking to help others do the same. This is a cracking conversation about all of that and so much more – from Wales' recent World Cup match with Slovenia played in front of an electric crowd in Cardiff to Hayley's footballing journey, plus training in the pandemic, finding time to relax and the pressures that younger players may face now that Hayley didn't have to deal with as she was breaking into the game. It's a brilliant chat with a fantastic guest, and we think you're going to love it! WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST? @HayleyLadd WANT TO GET IN TOUCH WITH THE PODCAST? @jack_murley firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach answer your questions, since there's been no football this weekend! Should games have been postponed? What's our current bottom 3? Which manager will be sacked next? Are we obsessed with Birmingham City? It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It massively helps up and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Onel Hernandez was the hero as Norwich City recorded a dramatic late win over Birmingham City at St Andrew's. Fresh from the journey home from the Midlands, Connor Southwell, Paddy Davitt and Samuel Seaman convene to dissect the win and the potential importance for the rest of the campaign. *** Click here to subscribe to Pink Un+ *** Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images *** You can also hear the Pink Un Podcast on Norwich's Community radio station, Future Radio 107.8FM. *** To get in touch with the podcast now and in future, send any comments and questions into the crew with an email to email@example.com or get in touch with us @pinkun on Twitter, where are our direct messages are open. And if you're interested in sponsoring the pod, or placing an advert in one of our shows, email firstname.lastname@example.org ALSO FIND US AT THE FOLLOWING: Subscribe: pinkun.com/podcast Twitter: twitter.com/pinkun Facebook: fb.me/thepinkun Instagram: instagram.com/the_pinkun #Norwich #NorwichCityFC #Canaries #EFL #Championship #NCFC #KRO #OnelHernandez
It's a 'Footy Scran' special on TSS today, as Man vs. Food host Adam Richman joins Ryan Bailey and Graham Ruthven to discuss his beloved Tottenham and his status as a Grimsby Town shareholder, before giving his expert opinion on some of the beautiful game's best and worst stadium food! Links to the food Adam is rating here: Birmingham City's cheesy chips Wembley Stadium's Bovril ice lolly Man City's nachos Pollok's mac 'n' cheese pie AFC Wimbledon's Ribman pie Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... FX's Welcome to Wrexham! Wednesdays on FX! Stream on Hulu! Indochino! To get $50 off any purchase of $399 or more, use promo code 'TSS' at Indochino.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sporting curses are always strange, but perhaps none is stranger than the Curse of Colonel Sanders, which has seen the Japanese baseball team, the Hanshin Tigers, suffer decades of poor performances after offending the spirit of the KFC founder. Attempts to lift the curse have included fans apologizing to KFC store managers and making offerings to the statues of the Colonel outside of restaurants. Titus O'Reily and Mick Molloy look at the Curse of the Colonel and another curse that set back Birmingham City decades, with the Nazis bombing their stadium, only for the National Fire Service to then accidentally burn the stand down a year later. Follow Sports Bizarre on: Instagram Facebook Twitter TikTok YouTube
Ahead of the first 3;00pm Saturday home game against QPR - we talk to Rangers fan Richard Honey about many things including some familiar names in the loan market this window, their expectations for the season, how people consider Watford from outside the club and we discuss our opinion on Birmingham City and Laurence Bassini. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Birmingham City 0:1 Wigan AthleticFoul or No FoulReshuffle MK1Brave DecisionsReshuffle MK2Tendayi Darikwa Here, There & EverywhereReshuffle MK3Charlie Wyke, Wyke, WykeThe GoalThe SaveMotMChampionship Round-UpResults14th InvinciblesWhat an excellent result all things considered at Birmingham, fight and tenacity throughout the squad, we are a club that is together. From the board, to the coaching staff, to the players, to the fans, this club is one big family.A club to be proud of.Up the tics!Holistic Life NavigationThis podcast explores how to heal stress & trauma holistically. I am your host, Luis...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Ben Aiton & Mike Duffy were back with the latest instalment of VOTV to chat about the 1-1 draw away to Birmingham City. The lads also got their teeth stuck into the ever-growing topic of Joao Pedro ahead of his rumored move to Newcastle United. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As it finishes 1-1 at St Andrews we reflect on a game that was low on quality and goal mouth incident. In the normal chaos that is the DNSYE Twitter Spaces universe new father (for the second time) Uncle Ron complains about Adrian Marriappa conceding an own goal three seasons ago (we put this down to a lack of sleep), Greg imagines he might be a bus and then realises very strongly that he isn't, George has two great calls having firstly taken part in Gregs call until, what we are legally advised to refer to as "Bus Lane incident" occured before returning for a very excellent call of his own and we welcomed Caity back - and we wish her good luck for Thursday A Level results day. So, you know, the normal nonsense. Thanks everyone for listening and for those that take part either calling in on tweeting in. COYH Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As Watford fans head back to St Andrews for an early season, Championship fixture, we thought we'd replay a documentary we made during the lockdown season about Watford's Play Off Semi Final win against Birmingham City, in 1999. We asked a bunch of Watford fans to share their memories of being a Watford fan before, during and after the historic penalty shoot out. It fascinating and wonderful to look back on the time and how fans got tickets and followed the game from a far. A huge thank you to Matt Rowson, Pete Fincham, Frances Lynn, Steve and Nick Catley for their contributions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So what to do when the opposition don't turn up!!! So a late no show from the Blues stopped us talking abut Eustace and Deeney so instead we just rambled away and covered all the things you would expect in an opposition view vs Birmingham City - meaning mainly Aston Villa, Gabby Agbonlahor, Richard Keys and his hairy armed daughter, Emmanuel Davis and Keinan Davis and strangely something called "box maintenance" - so you know normal kind of stuff! Oh and we do the predictions anyway!!!! COYH! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jake Landau from the It's Called Soccer Youtube channel joins the pod with a first-hand account from Norwich City's EFL Cup victory over Birmingham City, which featured three Americans. He also spoke about his experience getting coaching licenses from both USSF and UEFA, the topic of one of his recent videos.Subscribe to Jake's channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ItsCalledSoccerHere's the video on coaching licenses, cost, difference in emphasis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qysgY_yAs_sJoin the Scuffed Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scuffed
Yorkshire Live's Steven Chicken and Opta's David Hartrick review Huddersfield Town's 2-1 league defeat away to Birmingham City and their 1-4 cup loss at home to Preston North End - a pair of real insipid performances.What's going wrong? Can it be fixed and if so how? And how do the Terriers stand as they look at the rest of the season?
Football's come home and Town fans moan! Brady returns from holiday but Tom has gone on his own little escape so we have Bryony Rowan and Justin Peach to preview the Championship game between Huddersfield Town and Birmingham City. We look at whether The Terriers can bounce back from a disappointing opening day defeat, answer your questions and more! Got a question for us? Search @takesthatchance. ***Please take the time to rate and review us wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to us and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Cheers!***
The Championship kicked off last weekend with Luton playing out a 0-0 draw with Birmingham City at Kenilworth Road. Hear the lads discuss the first game in more detail and also how much Luke Freeman impressed them during his debut.
In this episode, we're looking at the subject of online abuse and the impact it has on people's lives. Online abuse is an increasing issue in society, and in football. We're going to talk about the effect it has, the need for victims to be recognised and supported, how top players deal with this issue on a daily basis and why UEFA campaigns like #RealScars are vital to tackling this issue. Joining us today are Birmingham City and Republic of Ireland forward, Lucy Quinn, former England and Aston Villa defender, AND newly appointed Bristol City coach, Anita Asante and our host, Rocky Hehakaija. This is the Football Podcast from WePlayStrong - where we're gonna chat about some of the biggest challenges in the game with some of the biggest stars in the game.
It's a pint sized preview sponsored by Magic Rock! Brady, Tom, Matt & Dave take a look at Birmingham City, their transfer dealings and how they're shaping up for the season with some predictions. Tommy Kelsall from Blues Focus helps us out with the Birmingham angle. Episode sponsored by Magic Rock Brewing. Use code AHTTC10 for 10% off online purchases. Intro - Fiery Breeze Outro - Chris Carter Artwork - Johnny Hildred, Tom Bradshaw, Matt Shaw
Luton played out a 1-1 draw against Premier League West Ham United in their final pre season friendly at Kenilworth Road before the opener against Birmingham City. A strong hammers side included the likes of Declan Rice, Said Benrahma & Thomas Souchek. Hear the lads chat about the game, how good Ethan Hovarth was & the rumours linking Elijah Adebayo to DC United for 5 million dollars.
This week, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back on almost two full rounds of action that included Carlos Tevez's Rosario Central winning the clásico rosarino against Newell's Old Boys, and reflect on a top five that currently includes exactly no teams we'd have predicted would be in the top five after nine matches. We also ask whether Rodrigo De Paul's place in Argentina's World Cup squad could be endangered by his divorce proceedings, and because that apparently isn't quite WTF enough, we discuss the news that Maxi López is (one of) the new owner(s) of Birmingham City?!
On the first Podcast of a new feature that will be exclusive on Planet FPL Patreon Suj & James investigate the ongoing potential takeover of Birmingham City which has been mainstream news in the UK media recently due to potential new owner Laurence Bassini's bizarre phone calls to radio station TalkSport. Is Bassini serious about purchasing the second city club? Or is he just a chancer? It's known that 21/6% of the club was sold last month but to an us yet unknown buyer. Who is it? There's links to Bassini's time at Watford, bankruptcy, recent registered new companies, why West Ham United feature in the story and Bassini's links to a number of football clubs who have been in a struggling financial position. Plus, Birmingham's struggles pre dating the current ownership, a stadium left in decay and there's a set of football fans quite rightly very worried about the future of their football club... Tomorrow on Planet FPL - Quiz: Premier League A-Z Join our Planet FPL Mini League: https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/yw6ree ___________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL and SkyFF community and support the Podcast? Our Patreon content in July features over 20 additional Podcasts from Intermediate Tier. Today's content is the second in our 5 part 'European Week' series, Hertha And Union Berlin: A Shift In Momentum Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8043oOKTB4uP8Nq15Kz6bg #BirminghamCity #BCFC #MoneyInFootball
Jermaine Pennant is a former professional footballer who became Arsenal's youngest ever player when he moved from Notts County in 1999 for £2m, a world record for a trainee at the time. He went on to play for Birmingham City, Liverpol, Stoke City, Real Zaragoza making 353 career appearances in total. Jermaine spoke to Giles and Jim about the pressures of being England's most talked about teenage footballer, escaping drugs and gangs in Nottingham, playing with an ankle tag at Birmingham City, the loneliness of football when the game lets you down, and naked Tony Pulis. PLUS extra chat with Jermaine just for our Patrons over at patreon.com/blankpodcast Massive thanks to our Patrons: Mary Catherine Byrnes, Victoria Nielsen, Manya Kay, Alex Williams, Joel Piveteau, Richard Astill, Samantha Beaton, Claudia McKelvey, John Holland, Katherine Keen, Lynn Robinson, It's Coming Home 2022, Alice Chrystall, Maddie Lightfoot, Alex Collis, Martin Grimm, Vicki, Julianna Williams, Rachel Bowen. @blankpod @eliistender @jimdalycomedy @pennant83 email@example.com
Markus Fjortoft (@MarkusFjortoft) and Ciaran McKenna (@CiaranMcKenna8) talk to Colin Millar (@Millar_Colin) about Financial Fair Play, particularly the approach of La Liga and how this compares to the rest of Europe, as well as whether this hinders or spurs growth for La Liga. We also chat about Woke Capitalism, how clubs espouse liberal values while engaging in commercial deals and ownership models that directly contradict said values; how Sports Washing continues to operate; the inadequacy of Fit and Proper Tests, as well as the overlapping trends of inequality and accountability between UK sports and politics, and how fans, players, and the media are supposed to operate in this environment. Follow BroPod on Twitter (@BroPod1) and Facebook. Feel free to subscribe and review our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, and other outlets. #beother
Kevin and Kieran analyse Lawrence Bassini's plans to buy Birmingham City, and find out why Manchester United's share price has taken a bit of a beating in recent months. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Last weekend was the penultimate round of matches in the WSL - and the final day in the Championship. Well, it sure didn't disappoint. Flo, Rachel and Chloe pick through the drama: from Chelsea's edgy win against Birmingham City, to Coventry United's last-gasp winner. Two legends also announce their departure from the WSL and we get the lowdown on Chloe's end of season knees-up, of course!Got a question for us? Tweet us @FootballRamble, @FloydTweet, @GirlsontheBall and @Morgie_89Artwork photo - GirlsontheBall ©***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ben Haines is joined by Birmingham City striker Lyle Taylor and former West Ham, Crystal Palace and Watford midfielder Jobi McAnuff to tackle all the big stories from the Sunday fixtures in the Premier League – and there was drama aplenty... starting at Goodison where Everton got those all important three points after beating Chelsea. They hear from a delighted Frank Lampard and a not too pleased Thomas Tuchel, as his side now only have two wins from their last six Premier League games. So how are the Chelsea fans feeling after their sides recent run of form? Well Rob Pratley from the CFC Social pops on the pod to give some insight into the Chelsea camp. Arsenal took the spoils in the London derby after beating West Ham, which means they go up to fourth in the table – Mikel Arteta lauds his teams “ugly win” and David Moyes gives his analysis after his side lost at home. Meanwhile Tottenham out-played Leicester to also keep their Champions League hopes alive with Son and Kane getting on the score sheet - and the guys look ahead to Manchester United's game against Brentford on Monday. Topics: 2'19 – Everton v Chelsea analysis. 3'00 – Richarlison appreciation. 7'00 – Jordan Pickford section. 9'30 – Frank Lampard audio. 13'45 – Chelsea section with fan perspective. 19'00 – Thomas Tuchel interview. 23'00 – Arsenal section. 29'00 – Mikel Arteta reaction. 32'00 – West Ham analysis and David Moyes interview. 35'30 – Spurs chat and battle for Champions League. 39'00 – Manchester United v Brentford preview.