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Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis to bring you the biggest stories and talking points in football.
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Arsenal & Man City keep up title charge | Wolves left furious by VAR call | Who will avoid relegation?

Vicky Gomersall and Darren Lewis are joined by Dharmesh Sheth to review the action from a busy Saturday of Premier League action including wins for title chasers Arsenal and Manchester City.
4/7/202437 minutes, 2 seconds
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Did Man Utd get away with Brentford draw? | Who'll seal Champions League spots? | Is Alonso right to stay at Leverkusen?

Vicky Gomersall and Darren Lewis are joined by Sky Sports News' senior reporter, Melissa Reddy to look back on Saturday's action from the Premier League and discuss Xabi Alonso's decision to stay at Bayer Leverkusen, despite being linked to Bayern Munich and Liverpool.
3/31/202431 minutes, 9 seconds
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Fulham’s impressive win over Spurs | Can Man City win the treble again?! | England’s Euro call up’s analysed

Vicky Gomersall and the assistant editor of the Mirror, Darren Lewis are joined by The Telegraph’s football reporter Sam Dean.  They reflect on Fulham’s domination over Tottenham in the Premier League, Manchester City’s potential to win the treble for a second time, and a look into England Euro’s call-up squad with discussions on Jarred Bowen, Cole Palmer, and Harry Kane.
3/17/202444 minutes, 4 seconds
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Are Man Utd convincing doubters in race for CL? | Klopp & Pep on rivalry | Relentless Arsenal showing character

Vicky Gomersall and the assistant editor of The Mirror, Darren Lewis are joined by Sky Sports’ chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol.They discuss Manchester United’s unconvincing win against Everton, news of the regeneration of Old Trafford and the upcoming FA Cup tie against Liverpool as The Times’ Paul Hirst joins the conversation.We hear from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola who talk about their healthy rivalry.  Also, the panel look at Arsenal’s title chances and pick who has had the better season, Unai Emery or Ange Postecoglou.  There’s also a Bundesliga review as Harry Kane hits another hat-trick for Bayern Munich and Jadon Sancho scores for Borussia Dortmund. Plus, there’s an update on Xabi Alonso’s future at Bayer Leverkusen. 
3/10/202451 minutes, 28 seconds
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Liverpool's late show | The Race for the top 4 |Foden's derby memories

Vicky Gomersall and the assistant editor of the Mirror, Darren Lewis are joined by the football reporter for the Times Charlotte Dunker.They reflect on another last minute win for Jurgen Klopp's patched up Liverpool as they stay top ahead of next weeks huge game with Manchester City.We hear from Manchester Ciy's Phil Foden about his first senior hat-trick in the Manchester Derby and take a closer look at the race for the top four after victories for Tottenham and Aston Villa.
3/3/202455 minutes, 29 seconds
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Arsenal flying, Man City frustrated, Liverpool injury concerns? | Moyes bites back | Ten Hag exclusive interview

Vicky Gomersall and the assistant editor of the Mirror, Darren Lewis are joined by The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell to take an in-depth look at the Premier League title race.Liverpool got a 4-1 win over Brentford but did it come at a huge cost in terms of personnel? Arsenal put five past Burnley to keep pace with the leaders whilst Manchester City dropped points against Chelsea with Erling Haaland a very frustrated man.Plus, we hear from a bullish David Moyes after some West Ham fans called for his departure, and there's an exclusive interview with Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag.
2/18/20241 hour, 3 minutes, 16 seconds
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Can anyone stop Manchester City's title charge? | Is Xabi Alonso the right fit for Liverpool? | Who would play Mikel Arteta in a movie?

Vicky and Darren are joined by the Chief Football Writer for the Telegraph Sam Wallace to reflect on Erling Haaland's return to scoring against Everton, Liverpool's return to the top of the table after victory over Burnley, Xabi Alonso's potential return to the P/L is he the natural successor to Klopp??There is also an interview with Mikel Arteta to discuss his exhuberent celebrations, the lack of a 20/30 goal a season striker and what movie star he'd like to play him in a film.
2/11/202459 minutes, 25 seconds
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Has Klopp's departure announcement galvanized Liverpool? | Ten Hag transfer window frustrations | Are Arsenal still in the title race?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Sky Sports Chief Reporter Kaveh Solhekol as they look ahead to the title race showdown between Arsenal and Liverpool. They consider if news of the end of the Jurgen Klopp era has galvanized Liverpool and if Arsenal is still in the title race.Erik ten Hag discusses Kobbie Mainoo, Marcus Rashford, and transfer window frustrations exclusively with Sky Sports.Vicky, Darren, and Kaveh also reflect on Everton's 2-2 draw with Tottenham.Klopp talks at length following his departure announcement.
2/4/20241 hour, 39 seconds
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Klopp exclusive | Arsenal return to winning ways | Hodgson’s Palace future | Toney back, but will he stay?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Miguel Delaney of The Independent to reflect on Arsenal’s big win over Crystal Palace. They ask The Mirror’s John Cross what this heavy defeat could mean for Roy Hodgson’s future. Plus Ivan Toney is back to help Brentford beat Nottingham Forest – but will he stay at the club? Alleged racism is again in the headlines and Darren gives his reaction to FIFA’s latest call for action. Jurgen Klopp talks exclusively ahead of Liverpool’s trip to Bournemouth about how the team spent their winter break, and we delve into the transfer market to discuss the lack of spending this January.
1/21/20241 hour, 7 minutes, 58 seconds
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Man Utd's inconsistent season | What can Arsenal do to get back on track? | Erik ten Hag exclusive

fVicky and Darren are joined by Football reporter for both the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph Sam Dean to run through the big stories from Saturday's Premier League action.They start by reflecting on Manchester United's inconsistent season, before being joined by Manchester football correspondent for the Guardian and the Observer Jamie Jackson to discuss Manchester City's 2-3 victory over Newcastle. The panel also discuss why Arsenal's form has dipped and what they can do to get back on track.Plus anexclusive interview with Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag.
1/14/202454 minutes, 59 seconds
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Is Man City’s title defence in crisis? | Everton make up 10-point deduction | Onana and Havertz exclusive

Vicky and Darren are joined by The Sunday Times' football correspondent, Jonathan Northcroft to run through the big talking points from Saturday's Premier League action.They start by reflecting on Tom Lockyer after the Luton captain suffered a cardiac arrest in the game against Bournemouth. Luton have confirmed Lockyer to be 'responsive' and in a 'stable' condition.The panel also discuss Manchester City’s 'wobble' after a home draw against Crystal Palace, Everton making up their points deduction after consecutive wins and Chelsea’s rare victory at Stamford Bridge.Plus exclusive interviews with Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana and Arsenal midfielder Kai Havertz.
12/17/202346 minutes, 16 seconds
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Man Utd humiliated | Are Villa title contenders? | Liverpool '2.0' go top

Vicky and Darren are joined by Miguel Delaney of The Independent to run through the big talking points from Saturday's Premier League action. They start by relecting on Manchester United's shock 3-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth and ask what next for Erik ten Hag with The Mirror's Manchester football correspondent David McDonnell. They also discuss if Aston Villa can be considered title contenders after their 1-0 victory over Arsenal, and analyse Liverpool's 2-1 comeback win over Crystal Palace to go top. Plus, an exclusive interview with Luton manager Rob Edwards who chats about life in the Premier League, how he prepares his side, and his plans for Christmas.
12/10/202351 minutes, 19 seconds
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A new low for Man Utd? | Title predictions - will Arsenal hold on? | Euro 2024 draw analysed

Vicky and Darren are joined by the Times' Charlotte Duncker this week to run through all the big stories from Saturday's Premier League action.They reflect on Saturday evening's fixture as Newcastle moved above Manchester United after a 1-0 win and look at Anthony Gordon's heroics as he strengthens his case for an England call-up.The Guardian's Jamie Jackson also joins to analyse Marcus Rashford's low run of form and questions whether the England forward should be dropped from United's starting team.They also make their title predictions after Arsenal extended their lead at the top of the table with a 2-1 win over Wolves, and discuss why Sean Dyche is the right person at the moment to lead Everton's fightback which saw the Blues' first win since their 10-point reduction.Plus an exclusive interview with Jeremy Doku, who discusses his adaption in the Premier League, as well as his friendship with team-mate Jack Grealish.
12/3/202355 minutes, 30 seconds
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Everton’s 10-point deduction | Haaland makes history with 50th goal | Dalot and Cash exclusives

Vicky and Darren are joined by The Telegraph’s Sam Wallace this week to run through all the big stories from Saturday's Premier League action.They discuss the big news of Everton’s 10-point deduction for breaching the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules.We hear from striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin on how the players reacted to the news. Other big talking points include the heated exchange between Pep Guardiola and Darwin Nunez, Erling Haaland breaking yet another record with his 50th goal and Kai Havertz scoring an important late winner for Arsenal. Plus there are exclusive interviews with Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot and Aston Villa’s Matty Cash.
11/26/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 48 seconds
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Is Man Utd criticism justified? | Injury-hit Spurs lose two in a row | Guardiola exclusive

Vicky and Darren are joined by the Daily Mail's Dominic King this week to run through all the big stories from Saturday's Premier League action.We ask whether Manchester United's recent criticism has been justified as they got back to winning ways against Luton, The Athletic's Charlie Eccleshare joins to work out what happens next for Spurs after their injury depleted side suffered back-to-back defeats and Gail Davis sits down with Pep Guardiola to discuss Jeremy Doku and Cole Palmer.
11/12/20231 hour, 1 minute, 13 seconds
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Arteta's VAR frustrations | Pressure eased on Ten Hag? | Extended interview with Rob Edwards

Vicky Gomersall is joined by the Assistant Editor of the Mirror, Darren Lewis and Sky Sports News' senior reporter, Melissa Reddy to discuss why Mikel Arteta feels so frustrated with the VAR during Arsenal's defeat to Newcastle.We also look at Manchester United's victory over Fulham and whether it has really eased any pressure on manager, Erik Ten Hag.We also hear at length from Luton boss, Rob Edwards who discusses his career, life as a Premier League manager and the club's season so far.
11/5/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 3 seconds
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Nketiah makes his mark | More VAR drama | Are Tottenham genuine title contenders?

This week Vicky Gomersall is joined by The Mirror's Darren Lewis and The Telegraph's Sam Dean.They reflect on hat-trick hero Eddie Nketiah's brilliant performance in the 5-0 win over Sheffield United, and the importance of Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal's title challenge.Other big talking points include another VAR controversy in the game between Bournemouth and Burnley, more misery for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, and Ange Postecoglou's impact at Tottenham.They also discuss the issue of inappropriate and offensive language in and around the game.WARNING: Episode contains content that some listeners may find distressing.
10/29/202344 minutes, 12 seconds
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A tribute to Sir Bobby Charlton

The Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft joins Vicky and Darren for a special podcast this week as we reflect on the life and career of Sir Bobby Charlton after the Manchester United and England icon passed away on Saturday at the age of 86.
10/22/202352 minutes, 12 seconds
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A turning point for Man Utd? | Spurs' best ever start | Pep Guardiola exclusive

Vicky Gomersall is joined by the Assistant Editor of The Mirror, Darren Lewis and Sky Sports News' Chief Reporter, Kaveh Solhekol.We discuss whether Manchester United's late turnaround against Brentford could be a turning point in their season, and why things are going so well for Tottenham as they continue their best ever start to a season.Plus there's an exclusive interview with Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola who talks about missing out on Declan Rice and what he demands from all his players.
10/8/202354 minutes, 22 seconds
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PGMOL admit mistake over Liverpool disallowed goal | Wolves shock Man City | Man Utd problems continue

Vicky and Darren are joined this week by The Independent's Miguel Delaney to reflect on all the big talking points from a busy weekend of football.They discuss the PGMOL's admission that 'significant human error' was behind Luis Diaz's goal being ruled out for Liverpool in their 2-1 defeat to Tottenham.They also analyse Manchester City's surprise defeat to Wolves and assess the situation at Manchester United, after Erik ten Hag's side were beaten by Crystal Palace.
10/1/202359 minutes, 8 seconds
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Man Utd’s vital win over Burnley | What Rodri’s red card could mean for Man City | Everton get first win

Vicky and Darren are joined this week by The Telegraph’s Chief Football Writer Sam Wallace to discuss Manchester United’s much-needed win over Burnley with The Guardian’s Jamie Jackson part of the conversation.We discuss what Rodri’s red card could mean for Manchester City as well as Everton’s first win of the season.The Athletic’s Tottenham correspondent Charlie Eccleshare talks Ange Postecoglou and Vicky sits down with Mikel Arteta to talk about the goalkeeping situation at the club.
9/24/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 8 seconds
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Crisis time for Man Utd? | Richarlison helps Spurs to comeback win | Arteta and Dyche exclusives

Vicky and Darren are joined this week by Melissa Reddy to discuss whether Manchester United are in crisis stage already after they were thumped by Brighton at Old Trafford.We hail Richarlison's match-winning performance after a difficult week where he opened up about his mental health, we look at Manchester City's fifth win in five and we are joined by The Athletic's James Pearce to assess Liverpool's win at Wolves. Gail Davis sits down with both Mikel Arteta and Andoni Iraola this week while Vicky asks Sean Dyche about Everton's proposed takeover.
9/17/20231 hour, 21 minutes, 8 seconds
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Are Man Utd no longer for sale? | Who won the transfer window? | Arteta exclusive

Kaveh steps in for Darren this week to join Vicky and The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell to discuss what's going on with the Glazers and whether they are pausing their plan to sell Manchester United, which team won the transfer window and whether Liverpool might get more pressure from the Saudi League to sell Mohamed Salah before their window shuts.The Times' Tom Roddy discusses Chelsea's lack of a proven goalscorer after their defeat to Nottingham Forest and Vicky sits down with Arsenal's Mikel Arteta to talk about their start to the season.
9/3/202357 minutes, 12 seconds
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Are Everton in crisis already? | How smart have West Ham been in the transfer market? | Howe exclusive

The Daily Mail's Dom King joins Vicky and Darren to run through Saturday's action including Manchester United's comeback win against Nottingham Forest, Arsenal's draw at Fulham and West Ham's win at Brighton.Vicky sits down with Eddie Howe to talk about Newcastle's off-season moves and we discuss what impact the Saudi Pro League's transfer policy is having after Mo Salah was linked to a move.We work out if Everton are in crisis after just three games and we give our take on Spanish football federation president Luis Rubiales' actions this week when refusing to apologise for kissing Jenni Hermoso on the lips.
8/27/20231 hour, 15 minutes, 19 seconds
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AngeBall era starts at Spurs | Foden stars in central role | Moyes exclusive

The Telegraph's Sam Dean joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Tottenham's win over Manchester United and whether we're now approaching the AngeBall era! We try to understand why Alexis Mac Allister saw red for Liverpool in their win over Bournemouth and assess the impact Phil Foden had in a central role during Manchester City's win over Newcastle.Vicky also joins David Moyes in the dugout at the London Stadium to discuss the off-season comings-and-goings at West Ham.
8/20/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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Premier League is back, but without Harry Kane | Klopp sets out Liverpool targets | Can Arsenal challenge Man City again?

Vicky Gomersall and Darren Lewis are back for the new season and are joined this week by the Sunday Times' Football Correspondent, Jonathan Northcroft.Harry Kane's transfer from Tottenham to Bayern Munich is, of course, the main talking point and what next for Spurs without their main man?There's an extended interview with Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp who sets out a minimum target for the Reds this season.Plus there's some analysis of the opening games of the Premier League campaign including wins for Newcastle and Arsenal.
8/13/20231 hour, 5 minutes, 37 seconds
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What was key to Man City's title win? | Should Spurs keep Kane or rebuild? | Pep Guardiola exclusive

Vicky and Darren are joined this week by Melissa Reddy to discuss Manchester City's Premier League success and whether financial clout or managerial genius is the key factor. We look at Nottingham Forest's survival and the wisdom of keeping Steve Cooper at the helm when other clubs chopped and changed manager. We ponder if Spurs should stick or twist with Harry Kane's contract expiring at the end of next season and we make it a manager double as following their midweek European semi-final triumphs, Vicky speaks to Manchester City's Pep Guardiola and Eleanor Roper chats to West Ham's David Moyes.
5/21/20231 hour, 8 minutes, 35 seconds
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How big is the job facing Pochettino at Chelsea? | Saints relegated | De Zerbi exclusive

The Independent's chief football writer Miguel Delaney joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Chelsea's decision to appoint Mauricio Pochettino, how Big Sam is getting on at Leeds and where Declan Rice might end up if he leaves West Ham. We also look at the reasons behind Southampton's relegation after 11 years in the top flight and Nottingham Forest's recent resurgence. The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell drops in to assess Erik ten Hag's tenure at Manchester United and Melissa Reddy speaks to Roberto De Zerbi as Brighton push for European qualification.
5/14/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 35 seconds
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Is Haaland on the naughty step? | Salah and Kane chase records | Trossard exclusive

The Telegraph's chief football writer Sam Wallace joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Manchester City's win over Big Sam's Leeds but did Erling Haaland irritate his manager by giving a penalty to Ilkay Gundogan?We chat about Mo Salah and Harry Kane as they were in the goals again and we're joined by the Evening Standard's Nizaar Kinsella to work out where Chelsea stand after their first win under Frank Lampard.Vicky also sits down with Leandro Trossard to talk all things Arsenal, how he's settled into a new club and life with two young children!
5/7/20231 hour, 6 minutes, 40 seconds
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Final takeover bids for Manchester United submitted | Will Harry Kane leave Spurs? | Jurgen Klopp exclusive

The Times’ Henry Winter joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Manchester City’s demolition of Arsenal in the title race. We look at the latest news from the Manchester United takeover saga and dissect the issues at Tottenham amid rumours that Harry Kane will leave the club this summer. Vicky also sat down with Jurgen Klopp this week to discuss his meeting with owner John W Henry, the summer rebuild his side needs and how Chelsea aren’t the example to follow in the transfer window.
4/30/202357 minutes, 54 seconds
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Are Man City unstoppable right now? | Who takes over at Spurs? | Eddie Howe exclusive

The Mail's Dom King joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss whether Manchester City will be treble-winners at the end of the season ahead of their huge clash with Arsenal in the midweek. We weigh up how important Mo Salah is to Liverpool's XI and put names in a hat to see who will take over at Tottenham. Vicky also sat down with Eddie Howe this week to discuss their push for Champions League qualification and we discuss whether his Newcastle side will finish in the top four.
4/23/202341 minutes, 14 seconds
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Who will finish in the Top 4? | Who will face relegation? | Can things get any worse at Chelsea?

Vicky and Darren are joined by The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell to discuss a Top 4 race which has been blown wide-open by recent results. It's an even closer race at the bottom, but who will ultimately face relegation? Plus the team try to disssect the issues at Chelsea and discuss whether club-legend Frank Lampard can turn the Blues' fortunes around.
4/16/202342 minutes, 53 seconds
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Klopp takes responsibility for ‘rubbish situation’ | Arteta reveals shocking dressing room revelations | Roy Hodgson returns to management

The Sunday Times football correspondent, Jonathan Northcroft, joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Jurgen Klopp’s self-proclaimed ‘rubbish situation’ at Liverpool and all things Mikel Arteta, with the Spaniard making some shocking dressing room revelations. The trio also look at a Premier League return for Roy Hodgson, after the 75-year-old filled the vacant position at Crystal Palace on a short-term contract until the end of the season.The Times’ Henry Winter also drops by to give his thoughts on the latest stories around the Premier League.
4/9/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 17 seconds
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Do Arsenal feel ANY pressure? | Were Pep's celebrations disrespectful? | Did Grealish lay down a marker against Liverpool?

Melissa Reddy joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss whether Jack Grealish is living up to his costly price-tag after he inspired Manchester City to a huge win over Liverpool. We chat about whether Arsenal feel any pressure at all after their 4-1 win against Leeds and we try to get a handle on Graham Potter's future at Chelsea after they were humbled at home by Aston Villa. The Mail on Sunday's Rob Draper joins to chat all things title race, Melissa speaks to Erik ten Hag about Marcus Rashford's future at Manchester United and Gail Davis speaks to David de Gea and Tom Heaton about life as rival goalkeepers at the same club.
4/2/202355 minutes, 26 seconds
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Has Conte gone too far? | Ramsdale exclusive | How many will Haaland score?

Vicky and Darren are joined by The Independent's chief football writer Miguel Delaney this week to discuss THOSE Antonio Conte comments after Spurs' draw against Southampton, Patrick Vieira's sacking, Chelsea's draw with Everton and how big a loss Casemiro will be for Manchester United over the next four games. We speak to Aaron Ramsdale about how his Arsenal side is coping with pressure and The Mirror's John Cross joins on the phone to try and work out how many goals Erling Haaland might end up with by the end of the season.
3/19/20231 hour
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Will Spurs be in for a big shake up come the end of the season? | Eddie Howe exclusive | Are things starting to look up for Potter?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Chief Football Writer for The Telegraph, Sam Wallace, as the trio react to the latest in the Premier League including a great week for Graham Potter, Antonio Conte and Harry Kane’s futures at Spurs, plus much more. We also take a look at Liverpool’s defeat at Bournemouth following their 7-0 win over Manchester United and an exclusive with Eddie Howe provides plenty of Newcastle talking points.
3/12/202358 minutes, 23 seconds
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Is it written in the stars for Arsenal? | Ten Hag exclusive | Who's in BIG trouble at the bottom?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Dharmesh Sheth to discuss Reiss Nelson's huge late winner for Arsenal against Bournemouth and what that means in the title race. We take a look at how Chelsea's win over Leeds affects Graham Potter's future and we assess who is in real danger of being relegated to the Championship.The Sun's Charlie Wyett joins to give his take on the weekend's action and we hear from Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag who sat down with Vicky earlier this week.
3/5/202345 minutes, 59 seconds
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The bidding begins for Manchester United | The title race takes another turn | How is Erik ten Hag getting the best out of Marcus Rashford?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Chief Football Writer for The Sunday Times, Jonathan Northcroft, as the trio react to the latest turn in the title race after Arsenal’s thrilling win at Villa and City’s costly draw to Nottingham Forest. We also discuss the latest bids made for Manchester United, how Erik ten Hag is getting the best out of Marcus Rashford and how the race for the top four is nicely heating up following Liverpool’s impressive 2-0 win at Newcastle.
2/19/202356 minutes, 17 seconds
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Southampton sack Nathan Jones | Arsenal and Chelsea VAR fallout | How will Premier League's action affect Manchester City?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Melissa Reddy as they react to the news that Southampton have sacked Nathan Jones after three months in charge. We also discuss the VAR controversy around Arsenal and Chelsea and The Times chief sports reporter Martyn Ziegler talks about how the Premier League charges could impact Manchester City's season. Plus, Aston Villa manager Unai Emery talks to Vicky about life in Birmingham and why he has a point to prove in the Premier League.
2/12/202356 minutes, 24 seconds
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Everton's start under Dyche | Liverpool's woes at Wolves | Did refs get it right in scuffle at Old Trafford?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Sky Sports News reporter Jamie Weir to run through all the talking points from Saturday's action in the Premier League.They discuss how Sean Dyche led Everton to victory against league leaders Arsenal in his first match in charge, Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool's issues after a 3-0 defeat at Wolves, and the fallout from Casemiro's red card in the scuffle between Manchester United and Crystal Palace players at Old Trafford.The Daily Telegraph's Northern football writer Luke Edwards also joins to discuss everything Newcastle-related.
2/5/202356 minutes, 22 seconds
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Everton in turmoil | What is Chelsea's transfer strategy? | Does Klopp need financial backing?

Vicky and Darren are joined by The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell to run through all the talking points from Saturday's action in the Premier League. The Times' Henry Winter joins to discuss whether the board or management are to blame as Everton sink deeper into crisis.We look at Chelsea’s seemingly scattergun transfer strategy, if Liverpool need to give Jurgen Klopp some support in this January window and Melissa Reddy joins to discuss whether Harry Kane is on Manchester United’s radar.
1/22/202336 minutes, 37 seconds
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United win the derby but should THAT goal have stood? | Liverpool hammered by Brighton | Arteta talks everything Arsenal

After the World Cup winter, we're back with a bang as Vicky and Darren are joined by The Telegraph's Sam Wallace to discuss the Manchester derby and THAT offside decision, Liverpool's thrashing by Brighton and the off-pitch issues at Everton.Vicky also sat down with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to chat about his winning mentality, their recruitment and establishing a club identity.
1/15/202326 minutes, 15 seconds
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Extended interviews with De Zerbi and Ten Hag | Did Southgate pick the right England squad? | Can Newcastle finish in the top four?

Vicky Gomersall and the Assistant Editor of the Mirror Darren Lewis are joined this week by The Athletic's David Ornstein.There are extended interviews with Brighton boss, Roberto de Zerbi as he describes what type of manager he is and what makes him unhappy. Plus an in-depth chat with Erik Ten Hag, who says Manchester United are heading in the right direction.There's a look at how the Premier league is shaping up as players head off to the World Cup and of course a look ahead to the tournament itself as we ask the question: did Gareth Southgate pick the right squad?
11/13/20221 hour, 15 minutes, 15 seconds
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Klopp on Liverpool's struggles | Zaha on turning 30 | Should Maddison be on the plane to Qatar?

Vicky Gomersall and the Assistant Editor of the Mirror, Darren Lewis are joined by Sky Sports News senior reporter, Melissa Reddy.There's an in depth interview with Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp in which he discusses their struggles, how he plans to fix them and if they should have bought more in the summer. Melissa chats with Wilfred Zaha who worries about turning 30 years old! Plus we look at how Manchester City left it late against Fulham and discuss whether James Maddison should be on the plane to Qatar.
11/6/202254 minutes, 22 seconds
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Liverpool humbled by late Leeds winner | Are Newcastle now top-four contenders? | Brighton spoil Potter's return to the AMEX

Dharmesh Sheth joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Liverpool's defeat at home to Leeds, Graham Potter's nightmare return to the AMEX and Spurs leaving it late to defeat Bournemouth.Erik ten Hag spoke to Dharmesh to discuss Manchester United's start to the season and The Athletic's George Caulkin joins to assess whether Newcastle are now genuine top-four contenders.Kaveh Solkehol sits down with actor and comedian Omid Djalili to discuss the political turmoil, violence and ongoing protests in Iran and what it means ahead of their World Cup match with England.
10/30/202258 minutes, 46 seconds
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Should Manchester United move on from Ronaldo? | Were Villa right to sack Gerrard? | Is Potter the real deal at Chelsea?

Mike Wedderburn and the assistant editor of the Mirror Darren Lewis are joined by The Athletic’s Laurie Whitwell. The panel discuss all things Cristiano Ronaldo, whether Aston Villa were right to sack Steven Gerrard and whether Graham Potter will be the real deal at Chelsea. There is also an extended interview with Antonio Conte.
10/23/20221 hour, 22 minutes, 8 seconds
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Are Liverpool and Man City still the PL's best two teams? | James a doubt for the World Cup | Kane hitting top form

Julian Warren and the assistant editor of the Mirror Darren Lewis are joined by the Sunday Times Football Correspondent, Jonathan Northcroft. The panel discuss Liverpool against Manchester City, Reece James' injury which could mean he misses the World Cup and Harry Kane hitting top form with his best goal-scoring start to a Premier League season.Gail Davis also sits down with Aston Villa's Leon Bailey who speaks about his friendship with Raheem Sterling and why he chose the number 31 shirt.
10/16/202249 minutes, 25 seconds
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Is this Pep’s best ever side? | Arteta exclusive | Ronaldo’s frustrations

The Independent’s chief football writer Miguel Delaney joins Vicky Gomersall and Darren Lewis this week to discuss Manchester City’s continued dominance, Ronaldo’s frustration on the bench and the choice of the Premier League captains to select which games they take the knee for instead of doing it for every game. Vicky also sits down with Mikel Arteta to discuss Arsenal’s impressive start to the season, his ongoing relationship with Pep Guardiola and how he’ll manage the World Cup break.
10/9/202248 minutes, 4 seconds
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How many goals will Haaland score this season? | Leicester bottom of the Premier League | Saliba talks difficult Arsenal start

Vicky and Darren are joined by The Times' Henry Winter as they look at the Premier League's tribute to The Queen, Erling Haaland's incredible start, the pressure that Brendan Rodgers is under after Leicester's loss to Tottenham and the first weekend of the WSL.Vicky chats with defender William Saliba about the difficult start to his Arsenal career and the upcoming World Cup. Plus, Gail Davis sits down with Chelsea manager Emma Hayes as she reveals her future plans.
9/18/20221 hour, 9 minutes, 53 seconds
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Merseyside derby goalless but dramatic | Did Man Utd overspend in the window? | Celtic lay down a marker

Vicky and Darren are joined by the Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft to look at a goalless but dramatic Merseyside Derby, the controversial VAR incidents at Chelsea and Brentford, whether Manchester United paid too much for players in the transfer window and Celtic's huge win over Rangers in the SPFL.Gail Davis chats to Erik ten Hag about Manchester United's start to the season and their moves in the market and we're joined for a chat by the Daily Mail's Dominic King and former Celtic defender Mark Wilson.
9/4/20221 hour, 1 minute, 55 seconds
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Liverpool’s record-equalling win | Haaland’s sensational start | What next for Ronaldo?

Sports broadcaster Vaishali Bhardwaj joins Julian Warren and Darren Lewis this week to discuss Liverpool’s record-equalling win, Haaland’s sensational start and what’s next for Cristiano Ronaldo? Gail Davis also sits down with Nick Pope to discuss his start to life at Newcastle, his World Cup aspirations and gets his reaction to going viral on Twitter.
8/28/20221 hour, 14 minutes, 5 seconds
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Arsenal's perfect start | What's going on with Man Utd's recruitment? | Pep talks player egos and holidays

Miguel Delaney, chief football writer at The Independent, joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Arsenal's perfect start, Manchester United's ongoing recruitment issues and where Everton are at following their first few matches.Vicky chats spaghetti, the Qatar World Cup and player egos with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola and Gail Davis speaks to Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel following last week's spat with Antonio Conte.
8/21/20221 hour, 19 minutes, 32 seconds
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Owners, management, players - who's to blame at Man Utd after Brentford thrashing? | Tuchel explains why Lukaku didn't work out at Chelsea

Vicky and Darren are joined this week by The Times' Henry Winter to run through Saturday's Premier League talking points. Only one place to start, Manchester United being thrashed at Brentford and are the Glazers, the backroom staff or the players to blame? Laurie Whitwell from The Athletic joins to give his expert take on the situation and what happens next if the club don't bring in more players in the next fortnight. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel sits down with Vicky to give an honest assessment as to why Romelu Lukaku didn't work out at Chelsea and what Raheem Sterling will bring this season. The Mail's Sami Mokbel also shares this thoughts on why Chelsea may be keen on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.We also dive into Arsenal's impressive start, Manchester City's ruthlessness and whether Dean Henderson could force his way into England reckoning.
8/14/20221 hour, 1 minute, 33 seconds
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Premier League is back | What do Man Utd do with Ronaldo? | Early takeaways from Liverpool and Chelsea's opening matches

Darren and Vicky are joined by Dharmesh Sheth to discuss the opening Saturday of the Premier League season and what Manchester United could - or should - do with an unhappy Cristiano Ronaldo.The Athletic's James Pearce joins to discuss Liverpool's draw at Fulham and Standard Sport's Nizaar Kinsella runs through what Thomas Tuchel will take away from Chelsea's win at Everton.We also sent Vicky to Manchester this week for an exclusive chat with Manchester United captain Harry Maguire and we react to the news that Premier League players will not take a knee ahead of matches this season.
8/7/20221 hour, 35 seconds
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Liverpool celebrate FA Cup glory, does Erling Haaland guarantee Man City trophies and will Ronaldo be key to Manchester United success?

For the final episode of the season, Vicky and Darren are joined by Andrew Cole to discuss Liverpool's FA Cup success, Erling Haaland's forthcoming move to Manchester City and what will happen with Cristiano Ronaldo following Manchester United's disappointing season.
5/17/202245 minutes, 55 seconds
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Liverpool draw leaves the door open for Man City as Brighton batter Man Utd

Vicky and Darren are joined by Hayden Mullins to reflect on Liverpool's draw against Tottenham, which leaves the door open for Man City to go three points clear at the top of the Premier League whilst also giving Tottenham a crucial point in the race for the top four. They also discuss Brighton's demolition of a dismal Manchester United, who officially finish this Premier League season with their worst points tally ever.
5/8/20221 hour, 11 minutes, 53 seconds
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City and Liverpool win as title race tightens and Norwich are relegated - but who will join them?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Lee Hendrie to reflect on a weekend where Man City and Liverpool both recorded wins as the title race tightens with four games to go. They also discuss who might join Norwich in heading to the Championship, with Everton facing a tough game against their manager Frank Lampard's former club Chelsea.
5/1/20221 hour, 8 minutes, 24 seconds
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Ten Hag appointed Man Utd manager as the race for top four goes Arsenal's way

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to reflect on the news that Erik ten Hag has been appointed as the new manager of Manchester United, as their chances of Champions League football slips away with defeat at the Emirates. They also discuss the impact Erling Haaland might have should he sign for Man City, and they look ahead to the Merseyside Derby.
4/24/202259 minutes, 21 seconds
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Can Liverpool win the Quadruple and who will finish in the top four?

Vicky is joined by Darren Lewis and Hayden Mullins as they look back on a spectacular week for Mullins' former side West Ham and discuss Sean Dyche's sacking as Burnley manager. They also assess the race for the top four and Liverpool's chances of claiming an historic Quadruple.
4/17/202258 minutes, 40 seconds
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Will City v Liverpool be the title decider?

Vicky is joined by Melissa Reddy and Clinton Morrison at the Etihad Stadium to look ahead to a huge clash at the top of the table between possibly the best two teams the Premier League has ever seen.
4/10/202254 minutes, 9 seconds
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Chelsea's immediate future discussed, can Arsenal make the top four and Soucek on emotional Sevilla win

David Seaman joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Chelsea's potential buyers and Arsenal's drive towards a Champions League place. Also Tomas Soucek chats about West Ham's incredible Sevilla win.
3/20/20221 hour, 19 minutes, 20 seconds
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Ronaldo breaks goalscoring record and what's going to happen to Chelsea?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to reflect on Cristiano Ronaldo's stunning hat-trick against Tottenham, which saw him become the highest goalscorer of all time. They also discuss the dilemma facing Chelsea as yet more sanctions were placed on the club, leaving them in limbo and they also look at Mo Salah's future at Liverpool after it was revealed that contract talks had broken down between the two parties.
3/13/20221 hour, 39 seconds
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Liverpool close the gap to City and Chelsea up for sale

Tom White and Darren Lewis are joined by former Manchester United and Manchester City striker Andy Cole to look ahead to the huge clash between the two rivals. They reflect on Liverpool's narrow win over West Ham and discuss Chelsea's possibilities after Roman Abramovich put the club up for sale.
3/6/20221 hour, 3 minutes, 20 seconds
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Bielsa sacked by Leeds and Abramovich gives up control of Chelsea ahead of Cup Final.

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison inside Wembley ahead of the Carabao Cup Final between Chelsea and Liverpool, as they preview the game in what is the first English cup final between two German managers. They also reflect on Marcelo Bielsa's sacking by Leeds and there's an extended interview with David Moyes.
2/27/20221 hour, 7 minutes, 52 seconds
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Kane masterclass blows open title race and what's wrong with Romelu?

Tom White and Darren Lewis are joined by former Newcastle midfielder Darren Ambrose to reflect on a Harry Kane masterclass, as his late winner against Man City blew the title race wide open. They also discuss what has gone wrong with Romelu Lukaku, after he recorded the fewest touches in a PL match, and they look at the fight to avoid relegation.
2/20/20221 hour, 2 minutes, 46 seconds
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Sterling hat-trick extends City's lead at the top and Lampard gets his first PL win with Everton

Tom White and Darren Lewis are joined by England legend David Seaman to reflect on Manchester City's convincing win over Norwich to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to 12 points, and Frank Lampard's first PL win since taking over at Everton. They also discuss Leicester's recent struggles after an interview with Brendan Rodgers, as well as the Kurt Zouma issues at West Ham.
2/13/202259 minutes, 49 seconds
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Saints hold Man City to leave door ajar and Man Utd stake their claim

Vicky and Darren discuss Southampton's excellent display against Manchester City, as their long winning run finally came to and end to give a little bit of hope to Liverpool in the title race. They also reflect on Newcastle's vital win over Leeds, and Man United's last gasp winner over top four over top four rival West Ham.
1/23/20221 hour, 2 minutes, 21 seconds
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Benitez's future on the rocks, COVID chaos continues and is the title race already over?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to reflect on Manchester City's 1-0 victory over Chelsea, to give Pep Guardiola's side a 13 point lead at the top of the Premier League. They also discuss Rafa Benitez's future at Everton, after it was reported the board are holding emergency talks about his role, whilst the COVID chaos continues after the North London Derby was postponed.
1/16/20221 hour, 4 minutes, 21 seconds
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Lukaku's interview controversy and Man City win it late at the Emirates

Tom White is joined by Darren Lewis and Kevin Campbell to discuss Romelu Lukaku's controversial interview in Italy, and whether or not Thomas Tuchel made the right call to drop him from the squad for Chelsea's crunch match against Liverpool. They also discuss Manchester City's late victory over Arsenal and what can be done to improve the quality of officiating in the Premier League.
1/2/20221 hour, 7 minutes, 54 seconds
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COVID causes chaos in the fixture list and are Arsenal genuine top four contenders?

Julian Warren is joined by Darren Lewis and Lianne Sanderson to reflect on a Saturday fixture list ravaged by COVID, with Arsenal thrashing Leeds the only result from a scheduled six games. They also discuss Arsenal's top four hopes, the title race between Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea and look at how the new COVID variant could affect football going forward.
12/19/20211 hour, 6 minutes, 42 seconds
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Top three and Man United all win thanks to controversial penalties and a big upset in the WSL

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to look back on a controversial day of Premier League action, which saw controversial penalties decide four matches on Saturday, as Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea all win. Ralf Rangnick maintains his 100% start with Manchester United after victory over Norwich, and Reading shock Chelsea in the WSL.
12/12/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 59 seconds
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Three different leaders on Saturday as Origi wins it late for Liverpool

Vicky and Darren are joined by Michael Brown to reflect on an intriguing day of Premier League football as there were three different leaders at the top of the league after Chelsea lost to West Ham, Liverpool left it late against Wolves and Man City brushed Watford aside. They also look ahead to what is in store for Manchester United where Ralf Rangnick takes charge of his first game.
12/5/202158 minutes
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Liverpool's hot scoring form continues, and who will take over from Rangnick at Man United?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to reflect back on Liverpool's thrashing of Southampton and Steven Gerrard's good start as manager of Aston Villa. They also look ahead to Chelsea v Man Utd and discuss who may take permanent charge at Old Trafford at the end of the season.
11/28/202159 minutes, 29 seconds
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Solskjaer sacked after Watford humiliation

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to get all the reaction to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being sacked as Manchester United manager after a run of five losses in seven Premier League games.
11/21/202155 minutes, 50 seconds
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More pressure piled on Ole after derby defeat, what will Conte bring to Spurs and how will Howe fare at Newcastle?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Kevin Campbell to look at another bruising defeat for Manchester United, this time at the hands of their bitter rivals Man City and what needs to change to get Ole's men back on track. They also look ahead to the jobs that both Antonio Conte and Eddie Howe have ahead of them at their new clubs - and reflect on Daniel Farke's sacking by Norwich.
11/7/20211 hour, 53 seconds
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Man City and Liverpool lose ground to Chelsea and Man United bounce back with a big win over Spurs

Vicky and Darren are joined by Jamie O'Hara to look back on an intriguing weekend of Premier League action, which saw Man City lose at home to Crystal Palace and Liverpool throw away a two goal lead against Brighton at Anfield. Meanwhile, Chelsea beat Newcastle convincingly, and Man United bounced back from a horror show against Liverpool, beating Tottenham 3-0, relieving pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, whilst piling it on Nuno.
10/31/20211 hour, 1 minute, 21 seconds
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Chelsea hammer Norwich, City beat Brighton and looking ahead to world football's biggest game...

Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to reflect on a massive win for Chelsea over struggling Norwich and a convincing win for Man City over Brighton at the AMEX. Also, Man United against Liverpool is previewed, as the biggest game in world football takes centre stage.
10/24/20211 hour, 9 minutes, 10 seconds
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All about Newcastle's new owners, Leicester break Man Utd's record run, and is Mo Salah the best player in the world?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to discuss the new dawn at St James' Park as Newcastle's Saudi Arabian owners finally get the deal done. Also, Man United's record away unbeaten run finally ends at Leicester, Chelsea scrape past Brentford thanks to some Edouard Mendy heroics - and is Mo Salah the best player in the world?
10/17/202159 minutes, 34 seconds
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Man Utd drop more points, Chelsea go top and Liverpool v Man City previewed

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darius Vassell to preview a huge clash between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield in what could prove to be a crucial match in the title race. Also, Man United dropping points at home to Everton is discussed as well as Chelsea's unconvincing win over Southampton, whilst the WSL is looked at with Shebahn Aherne.
10/3/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 42 seconds
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Man City lay down a marker, Bruno penalty shocker and looking ahead to the North London Derby.

Hayley McQueen and Darren Lewis are joined by David Seaman to look ahead to the North London Derby as both sides look to kickstart their seasons. Also, Manchester City lay down a marker to the rest of the Premier League with victory over Chelsea, Man United lose to Aston Villa after a late Bruno Fernandes penalty miss, and Liverpool and Brentford share the spoils in a six goal thriller.
9/26/20211 hour, 1 minute, 12 seconds
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Jimmy Greaves remembered, Lukaku's impact discussed, and the world's first net carbon zero football match

Vicky and Darren are joined by Jamie O'Hara for a very special Sunday Supplement podcast, brought to you from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium ahead of the first major net carbon zero football match. In the show, tributes are paid to one of England and Tottenham's greatest players, Jimmy Greaves, who passed away at the age of 81. Also, Thomas Tuchel discusses Lukaku's impact, the weekend's football is reviewed and tips on how you can reduce your carbon footprint...
9/19/20211 hour, 9 minutes, 12 seconds
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Ronaldo back with a bang, Lukaku's first goals at Stamford Bridge and what's in store in the WSL?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Ryan Taylor to discuss Ronaldo's fairytale return to Old Trafford, and Lukaku's immediate impact at Chelsea, as both summer signings bag braces on their returns to their former clubs. Also, the WSL is previewed ahead of a bumper day of matches, and Vicky sits down with Jurgen Klopp to discuss the recent transfer window.
9/12/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 26 seconds
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Ronaldo returns, Liverpool and Chelsea draw and Arsenal remain pointless

Vicky and Darren are joined by Kevin Campbell to discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's sensation return to Manchester United in a shock transfer twist. Also on the show, Liverpool's draw with 10 man Chelsea and Manchester City's thumping of bottom of the league Arsenal are reflected on.
8/29/202158 minutes, 57 seconds
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City thump Norwich, Liverpool continue 100% start and what is it like succeeding Frank Lampard?

Vicky and Darren are joined by David Seaman to look at Aaron Ramsdale's big money move to Arsenal and what this season has in store for the Gunners. Also, Man City's thumping of Norwich is discussed as well as Liverpool's win over Burnley in front of a sold out Anfield - whilst there is an extended interview with Thomas Tuchel who talks about what it was like succeeding Chelsea legend, Frank Lampard.
8/22/20211 hour, 5 minutes, 16 seconds
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Strong starts for United, Liverpool and Chelsea with the return of fans and where does Kane's future lie?

Tom White is joined by Darren Lewis for the first Sunday Supplement podcast of the new season, where they reflect on a big win for Manchester Untied over Leeds at a packed Old Trafford, and comfortable 3-0 wins for other title favourites Liverpool and Chelsea. There is an extended interview with Pep Guardiola looking ahead to the new season, and the studio discuss where Harry Kane's future lies with just over two weeks left of the transfer window.
8/15/202159 minutes, 12 seconds
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Final day showdown for the top 4, looking back at Hodgson's career, and where will Kane end up?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor for the final podcast of the season to preview a huge day in the race for the Champions League. They also reflect back on Roy Hodgson's illustrious career and look at the potential options for Harry Kane if he is to leave Tottenham at the end of the season.
5/23/20212 hours, 9 minutes, 42 seconds
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Leicester win the FA Cup for the first time, will Chelsea's women win the quadruple and have West Ham run their course?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to reflect on a momentous day for Leicester City who beat Chelsea to win the FA Cup for the first time ever. The Women's Champions League final is also previewed, where Chelsea's women look to win the quadruple against Barcelona, whilst Kris Boyd joins from Glasgow to discuss Rangers' unbeaten season.
5/16/20211 hour, 13 minutes, 37 seconds
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Chelsea delay City's coronation, race for the Champions League heats up, and previewing the final day of the WSL

Vicky and Darren are joined by Ryan Taylor to look at an eventful game between Champions League finalists Manchester City and Chelsea, who snatched a late winner to delay City's PL title coronation. The race for the top four tightens after Leicester leave the door open following a heavy defeat to Newcastle, and a dramatic final day in the WSL is previewed.
5/9/20211 hour, 3 minutes, 6 seconds
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Inside track on United v Liverpool with Andy Cole, potential Arsenal takeover, and City close in on the title

Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to get the inside track on the biggest game in English football - Manchester United against Liverpool. They also discuss the potential takeover of Arsenal by Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek, whilst Manchester City close in on a fifth Premier League title.
5/2/20211 hour, 16 minutes, 16 seconds
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The rise and fall of the ESL, can Ryan Mason secure Spurs silverware and why is English football coming off social media?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morisson to reflect on a frenetic week in football with the rise and fall of the European Super League in the space of a week and also look at why English football has taken the stand to come off social media and the impact that will have on tackling online abuse. They also look ahead to the Carabao Cup Final where Ryan Mason will lead his boyhood Spurs out against Man City as they look to win their first trophy for more than a decade.
4/25/20211 hour, 25 minutes, 39 seconds
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City's quadruple hopes ended by Chelsea, Newcastle creep towards safety and will Kane be fit for the Euros?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Lianne Sanderson to reflect on Chelsea's FA Cup victory over Man City, ending Guardiola's side's hope of an historic quadruple, whilst Newcastle survive a scare against 10 man West Ham to improve their bid of staying in the PL. Also, after Harry Kane's injury late on against Everton, they discuss his chances of being fit for the Carabao Cup final next week, and this summer's Euros.
4/18/20211 hour, 16 minutes, 51 seconds
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Leeds stun City, will Kane leave Spurs and has Trent done enough for a Euros call up?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to discuss the possibility of Harry Kane leaving Tottenham at the end of the season after it was reported that he would ask to leave if his boyhood club didn't get Champions League football for next season. Trent Alexander Arnold's chances of going to the Euros are discussed after his resurgence in form, and Leeds snatch a late winner at the Etihad.
4/11/20211 hour, 17 minutes, 24 seconds
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Man City march towards the title, big win for Liverpool at the Emirates and where will Haaland end up?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to look back at an emphatic win for Liverpool against Arsenal to bolster their claim to get into the top four after a disappointing title defence. They also discuss Man City's convincing win over Leicester, where Erling Haaland may end up in the summer and Vicky speaks to Dean Smith about his Aston Villa side.
4/4/20211 hour, 12 minutes
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High flying West Ham take on Arsenal, Jose talks tactics and can Celtic end Rangers' unbeaten run?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Lianne Sanderson as they discuss a huge clash in the fight for respective European places between West Ham and Arsenal, whilst Tottenham look to end a disappointing week on a high in their match against Aston Villa. Ally McCoist joins from Celtic Park to preview an Old Firm game where Celtic can stop Rangers from going unbeaten
3/21/20211 hour, 26 minutes, 1 second
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North London Derby previewed along with a battle for the top 4 between Man Utd and West Ham and the Women's League Cup

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to look ahead to a huge North London Derby as both sides look to make a push towards the European places, whilst Man United and West Ham is also previewed, as both of them hope to secure Champions League football for next season. Jess Creighton joins the show to look at this weekends Women's League Cup action.
3/14/20211 hour, 22 minutes, 9 seconds
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Andy Cole looks back at his illustrious career as the Manchester Derby is previewed and Liverpool's dismal 2021 continues

Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to look ahead to a huge game at the top of the PL table in the Manchester Derby as he reflects on his illustrious career. Liverpool's shocking start to 2021 continues, and there is more VAR drama at Turf Moor as Arsenal are denied multiple penalties. Vicky also speaks to Pep Guardiola to find out the only part of management he doesn't enjoy
3/7/20211 hour, 14 minutes, 41 seconds
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Big game at the Bridge, VAR madness at the Hawthorns and what keeps Mourinho up at night?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to look ahead to a huge game in the race for the Champions League spots between Chelsea and Man United - who haven't lost on the road for more than a year. They also look at how Man City have been able to keep up their unrelenting form as well as the VAR controversy from the Hawthorns.
2/28/20211 hour, 14 minutes, 22 seconds
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Everton win at Liverpool for the first time this century, Tuchel hits out at Hudson-Odoi and Arsenal v Man City is previewed

Tom White and Darren Lewis are joined by Darren Bent to look back at an historic Anfield victory for Everton, who beat Liverpool in their own back yard for the first time since 1999, as the champions suffer yet more injury troubles. They also analyse Thomas Tuchel's decision to sub off substitute Callum Hudson-Odoi and look ahead to Arsenal v Man City.
2/21/20211 hour, 13 minutes, 51 seconds
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Klopp concedes title, Man City's unrelenting form continues and the WSL is previewed

Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to discuss where Liverpool's title defence has come unstuck after Jurgen Klopp concedes they can no longer win the title. Man City's unrelenting good form is discussed after the league leaders go seven points clear. There is also an extended interview with Mikel Arteta, and the WSL is previewed
2/14/20211 hour, 26 minutes, 20 seconds
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Title showdown at Anfield, 6 goal thriller at Old Trafford and controversy at Craven Cottage

Vicky and Darren are joined by Lianne Sanderson as they preview the potential title showdown between Liverpool and Man City with interviews from both Trent Alexander Arnold and Jurgen Klopp. Everton's last gasp draw against Man United at Old Trafford is looked at and there is more VAR controversy at Craven Cottage
2/7/20211 hour, 12 minutes, 49 seconds
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The continued fight against online abuse, Liverpool's defensive woes worsened and another Man United stalemate

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to discuss the recent surge in online hate towards footballers and what can be done to tackle the abhorrent abuse that they are subjected to on social media. Liverpool's defensive worries are worsened after both Fabinho and Joel Matip are injured, but will that lead to a deadline day acquisition? Man Utd also let a good chance to close the gap on the Man City slip away with another goalless game against a Top 6 side.
1/31/20211 hour, 22 minutes, 18 seconds
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Liverpool v Man United previewed, new COVID rules enforced and is Ozil's Arsenal nightmare finally ending?

Vicky and Darren are joined by former England international Darren Bent to preview the biggest PL game of the season so far between Liverpool and Man Utd - who could go six points clear with a victory at Anfield. Also discussed are the new COVID protocols regarding celebrating goals and looking at what the future holds for Mesut Ozil who's Arsenal nightmare looks set to come to an end.
1/17/20211 hour, 11 minutes, 57 seconds
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Man Utd go joint top, Arsenal's young guns do the business and should there be a circuit breaker?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to discuss the flouting of rules by PL players and whether or not there should be a circuit breaker to stop the rise of cases in the league. Arsenal's youngsters get them into European contention and Man City v Chelsea is previewed.
1/3/20211 hour, 28 minutes, 32 seconds
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Arsenal hit back with impressive win over Chelsea, Klopp speaks Salah and what does the future hold for Dele?

Tom White and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to discuss Arsenal's crucial victory over Chelsea which has led to question marks over the Blues' title credentials, whilst Jurgen Klopp speaks about Mo Salah's future and Dele Alli's future is in the limelight following more criticism from Jose Mourinho
12/27/20201 hour, 31 minutes, 12 seconds
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Liverpool put seven past Palace, Mourinho talks touchline antics and are Arsenal in a relegation battle?

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to discuss Liverpool's thrashing of Crystal Palace that ensure they are top of the tree at Christmas, Arsenal's potential relegation battle and there is an extended interview with Jose Mourinho. Mo Salah's Liverpool future is also discussed, after he is left on the bench following an interview with Spanish publication, AS.
12/20/20201 hour, 31 minutes, 10 seconds
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Chelsea squander the chance to go top, a dour Manchester derby and Paul Pogba's future discussed

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Bent to look back at a drab Manchester derby, Chelsea's defeat at Goodison Park to Everton and to assess Paul Pogba's future after comments by him and his agent. Events in Paris from midweek are also discussed, as to whether the protocols in football regarding racism and leaving the pitch need to be changed.
12/13/20201 hour, 20 minutes, 16 seconds
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Anton Ferdinand, the FA and Kick it Out discuss racism in English football, the NLD is previewed and United come back again

Vicky and Darren are joined by Anton Ferdinand to talk about his new documentary Football, Racism and Me, whilst Troy Townsend from Kick it Out and The FA's Edleen John condemn the booing of players taking the knee at Millwall. The North London Derby is previewed with Mikel Arteta and Jose Mourinho, whilst they also look back at yet another come back and win on the road for Man Utd.
12/6/20201 hour, 30 minutes, 25 seconds
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Liverpool's draw leads to more Klopp anger, City beat Burnley by five again and remembering Diego Maradona

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Bent to discuss Jurgen Klopp's post match comments following a controversial draw against Brighton and how to get the best out of Riyad Mahrez after his first Man City hat-trick. They also remember arguably the greatest footballer of all time, Diego Maradona, after he sadly passed away aged 60 earlier this week.
11/29/20201 hour, 28 minutes, 48 seconds
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Tottenham beat City to go top - but can they stay there? Chelsea make it five wins on the bounce, and of course more VAR controversy...

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to discuss whether or not Tottenham can realistically win the league this season, Man Utd's first home win of the season and how Chelsea's new look defence has helped them record five wins in a row. Also, Carl Anka from The Athletic speaks about his new book that he is writing with man of the moment, Marcus Rashford.
11/22/20201 hour, 22 minutes, 50 seconds
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City v Liverpool - an early title decider? United win on the road again, and Lookman spurns golden opportunity...

Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to preview a potential title decider Man City at the Etihad? They discuss another Man Utd victory away from home and Ademola Lookman's missed Panenka penalty. Vicky also speaks to Brendan Rodgers about Leicester's great start to the new season.
11/8/20201 hour, 11 minutes, 21 seconds
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Liverpool back on top, Chelsea start to show their class and Mourinho's social media antics discussed

Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Bent to discuss Diogo Jota's impact on getting Liverpool back to the top of the Premier League, Chelsea's newfound defensive stability and Jose Mourinho's social media posts and the impact they may have on his players.
11/1/20201 hour, 21 minutes, 42 seconds
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Rashford turns statesman, Ancelotti backs Pickford and yet more VAR drama...

Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to discuss the overwhelming support for Marcus Rashford's free school meals campaign, more VAR drama and Carlo Ancelotti backs Jordan Pickford after the goalkeeper's rocky start to the season.
10/25/20201 hour, 22 minutes, 33 seconds
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A controversial Merseyside Derby, another mistake from Kepa and a Manchester United comeback

Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to discuss a controversial Merseyside Derby, Manchester United's comeback victory over Newcastle, Southampton's last gasp draw against Chelsea and Roy Hodgson discusses the M23 Derby and Project Big Picture.
10/18/20201 hour, 12 minutes, 25 seconds
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Man Utd's moves for Cavani and Sancho discussed, Leeds hold Man City in a thriller and Calvert-Lewin's rise to prominence

Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis and Clinton Morrison to discuss Manchester United's move for Edinson Cavani and their efforts to sign Jadon Sancho, Leeds' thrilling draw with Manchester City and Dominic Calvert-Lewin's rise to England recognition
10/4/20201 hour, 10 minutes, 47 seconds
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Chelsea's academy to the rescue, Akinfenwa let down by FA and does the handball rule need changing?

Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis and Clinton Morrison to discuss all the biggest topics in the world of football; including Manchester United's controversial win over Brighton, Chelsea's 3-3 draw with West Brom, how the FA have handled racism in football and whether the handball rule needs to be more concise.
9/27/20201 hour, 24 minutes, 34 seconds
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Bale's return to Spurs, Manchester United's woes and Leeds' dramatic start to the season

Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis and Danny Mills to discuss Gareth Bale's sensational return to Tottenham, Manchester United's problems on and off the pitch, and Leeds' return to the Premier League
9/20/202039 minutes, 23 seconds
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Liverpool and Leeds open with a thriller, Arsenal's impressive start and what's going on at West Ham?

The TV show may be no more but the podcast continues! Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis and Clinton Morrison to discuss the classic between Liverpool and Leeds, Arsenal's convincing start and West Ham's eventful week.
9/13/20201 hour, 5 minutes, 7 seconds
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The battle for European places, relegation ramifications and what should Leeds’ priorities be?

Clare Tomlinson is joined by the Mirror’s John Cross, the Daily Mail’s Raith Al-Samarrai and ESPN’s James Olley as they discuss the latest talking points from the football world including, the battle for the European places on the final day of the 2019/20 season. What the ramifications are for relegation from the top flight as well as debating what Leeds’ priorities should be ahead of their return to the Premier League.
7/26/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 26 seconds
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Arsenal defy the odds to reach FA Cup final, fans to return to stadiums and Leeds promoted back to the Premier League

Clare Tomlinson is joined by the Daily Mail’s Sami Mokbel, Rory Smith of the New York Times and Northwest football reporter Dominic King to discuss all the latest talking points from the world of football including, Arsenal’s masterclass performance against Manchester City, the Governments plans on allowing fans to return to sporting events and Leeds’ promotion back to the Premier League.
7/19/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 27 seconds
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Norwich relegated, North London Derby Preview & European football returns!

On this morning's Sunday Supplement the panel discussed Norwich's relegation from the Premier League, a look ahead to the North London Derby and how Jose has affected Spurs. As well as a look into the fixture draw for the Champions and Europa League.
7/12/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 55 seconds
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Man Utd march on, the Premier League relegation battle and Wigan's financial troubles

Claire Tomlinson is joined this week by Simon Mullock, Melissa Reddy and Rob Harris as they discuss Manchester United's great run of form, the battle for Premier League survival and the financial trouble in the EFL, including Wigan Athletic entering administration.
7/5/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 39 seconds
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Liverpool side ‘one of their best ever’ and does Klopp need to strengthen?

Clare Tomlinson hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, as the game's leading journalists give their opinion on all the latest news.
6/28/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 3 seconds
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Problems at Arsenal, the return of Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford's successful campaigning

Clare Tomlinson is joined by Darren Lewis from The Mirror, The Sun's Neil Custis and Martyn Ziegler from The Times to discuss all the latest talking points from the world of football.
6/21/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 55 seconds
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Racism in football, The Premier League returns & League One & Two end

On today's episode the panel discuss the current issues of racism within football and what the Premier League can do to help. They also discuss the return of football and the curtailment of Leagues One and Two.
6/14/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 24 seconds
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Salary cap for football, UEFA and Man City set for showdown and Chelsea's quick move for Werner

Claire Tomlinson is joined by The Independent’s Miguel Delaney, Steve Bates from the People and the Daily Telegraph’s Matt Law to discuss the latest football headlines.
6/7/20201 hour, 7 minutes, 35 seconds
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The PL is back, will fans be in stadiums and what’s happening with the Newcastle takeover?

Geoff Shreeves is joined by The Times’ Matt Dickinson, Melissa Reddy from the Independent and the Daily Star’s Jeremy Cross to discuss the latest football headlines.
5/31/20201 hour, 7 minutes, 54 seconds
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Testing, sticky footballs & what we've learnt from Bundesliga return

Geoff Shreeves is joined by Jason Burt of the Telegraph, Shaun Custis of the Sun and The Times'Alyson Rudd to discuss the latest football headlines.
5/24/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 2 seconds
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Project Restart, the return of the Bundesliga and Rooney critical of LVG sacking

Geoff Shreeves is joined by Jonathan Northcroft from the Sunday Times, the Telegraph's Sam Wallace and Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail to discuss all the latest talking points from the world of football.
5/17/20201 hour, 7 minutes, 19 seconds
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When and how will football return? LVG blames Woodward for dismissal!

Geoff Shreeves is joined by Paul Hayward from the Telegraph, The Mirror's Andy Dunn and Mark Ogden of ESPN to discuss all the latest talking points from the world of football.
5/10/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 44 seconds
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Could De Bruyne leave Man City? Should the PL be completed abroad?

Joining Geoff Shreeves on this week's show is Oliver Holt from the Mail on Sunday; Matt Lawton of The Times and Darren Lewis of the Mirror.
5/3/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 43 seconds
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Should the season be voided? The Players Together initiative and Newcastle's Saudi takeover

Geoff Shreeves is joined by The Times' Henry Winter, John Cross from the Daily Mirror and Martin Samuel from the Daily Mail to discuss if the Premier League and Football League can safely finish the football season or whether voiding all results is inevitable with other leagues from around Europe announcing their plans. Plus, the charity work the players have undertaken with the #PlayersTogether initiative, an update on pay cuts for players at Premier League clubs and Newcastle's potential Saudi Arabian takeover.
4/26/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 30 seconds
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When will football return? Should the Premier League be doing more to help?

Jacqui Oatley is with Henry Winter from The Times, Oliver Holt from the Mail on Sunday and Miguel Delaney from The Independent to give their opinion on all the latest news.
3/22/20201 hour, 7 minutes, 51 seconds
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How will coronavirus impact the football season an Liverpool's Champions League despair.

On this morning's Sunday Supplement Jacqui Oatley is joined by Martin Samuel, Alyson Rudd, Rob Harris & David Maddock as they discuss the ramifications of the Coronavirus on the football season, Jurgen Klopp's reaction to Liverpool's Champions League exit at the hands of Atletico Madrid and whether Phil Neville's position as England Lionesses's manager is under threat.
3/15/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 26 seconds
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Was Mourinho right to criticize Ndombele, Fernandes' impact at Old Trafford and what does the future hold for Neville and the Lionesses.

On this morning's Sunday Supplement Caroline Barker is joined by Paul Hayward, Andy Dunne & Rob Draper as they discuss Jose Mourniho’s criticism of Tanguy Ndombele’s performance against Burnley, the impact of Bruno Fernandes on Manchester Utd and whether Phil Neville's position as England Lionesses' manager is on the line.
3/8/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 52 seconds
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Watford beat Liverpool, Carabao Cup Preview & the Relegation Battle

On this morning's Sunday Supplement Jacqui Oatley is joined by Dominic King, John Percy & John Cross as they discuss Liverpool's shock defeat to Watford, the relegation battle and a look ahead to the Carabao Cup.
3/1/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 26 seconds
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Time to abandon VAR? A year of Rodgers at Leicester & the Championship promotion race

Jacqui Oatley is joined by Jonathan Northcroft of The Sunday Times, Darren Lewis of The Mirror and Jeremy Cross of the Daily Star for a discussion of all the major football stories.
2/23/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 38 seconds
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Will Man City stars stay, Liverpool march on and will Chelsea knock Utd out of the top 4 race?

Jacqui Oatley is joined this week by Martin Samuel, Mark Ogden and Melissa Reddy as they discuss Man City’s Champions League ban, Liverpool’s relentless march towards the Premier League title and look ahead to Manchester Utd’s clash with Chelsea on Monday.
2/16/20201 hour, 10 minutes, 1 second
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How does Pep improve Man City, the race for Europe and will the PL winter break work?

Jacqui Oatley is joined this week by Jason Burt, Rob Draper and Steve Bates as they discuss Pep Guardiola's future at Manchester City, Everton's resurgence under Carlo Ancelotti and whether the Premier League's first winter break will be a success.
2/9/20201 hour, 10 minutes, 3 seconds
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Man Utd transfers under scrutiny, Are Chelsea top 4 underdogs? Takeover Talk at Newcastle

Geoff Shreeves is joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Craig Hope of the Daily Mail and Mike McGrath of the Telegraph to discuss the latest news from the world of football.
2/2/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 57 seconds
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What next for United, Southgate’s injury worries and the future of the FA Cup

Jacqui Oatley is joined by Matt Law, Matt Dickinson and Jonathan Liew as they discuss the latest football news, including who his to blame for Manchester United's current woes and Gareth Southgate's latest injury worries.
1/27/202059 minutes, 45 seconds
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The gap between Liverpool & Man Utd, Jose's effect at Spurs and are Leeds going to let promotion slip away?

Jacqui Oatley is joined by Sam Wallace, Neil Custis and Rob Harris as they discuss the current gap between Liverpool and Manchester United, Jose Mourinho's start to life at Tottenham Hotspur, the race for promotion in the Championship and more!
1/19/20201 hour, 10 minutes, 3 seconds
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Record Breaking Liverpool march on, Sluggish Spurs and Man Utd’s contrasting week

Neil Ashton presents his final ever Sunday Supplement and is joined by Andy Dunn of The Mirror, The Sunday Times’ Jonathan Northcroft and Ian Ladyman from The Daily Mail as they reflect on Liverpool’s record breaking run, Spurs’ sluggish performance against the league leaders as well as discussing Manchester United’s contrasting week which saw them outclassed by rivals Manchester City in the League Cup to then thrashing Norwich in the Premier League.
1/12/20201 hour, 8 minutes, 33 seconds
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Has the FA Cup lost its spark, Pogba's future and Maddison swap deal for Lingard.

Neil Ashton is joined by Jason Burt, Darren Lewis and Dominic King for the first Sunday Supplement of the decade. They debate and discuss a whole host of topics, including whether the FA Cup has lost its magic, will Paul Pogba remain at Man Utd and would Leicester swap James Maddison for Jesse Lingard and £45 million?
1/5/20201 hour, 9 minutes, 55 seconds
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Pellegrini axed by Hammers, Ancelotti off to a flyer and will Pep stay and challenge Liverpool?

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel, Oliver Holt and John Cross for the final Sunday Supplement of 2019. They debate and discuss a whole host of topics, including Manuel Pellegrini's sacking at West Ham, Carlo Ancelotti's great start to life at Everton and what's next for Pep Guardiola?
12/29/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 2 seconds
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Tribute to World Cup hero Martin Peters, success for Liverpool in Club World Cup and how will Arteta shape Arsenal?

Neil Ashton is joined on Sunday Supplement this week by Paul McCarthy, Patrick Barclay and John Richardson as they discuss a whole host of topics in the football world. Including, a tribute to England’s 1966 World Cup winner Martin Peters, reaction to Liverpool's Club World Cup win and what challenges face Mikel Arteta at Arsenal.
12/22/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 5 seconds
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Liverpool's fixture pile-up and a year under Solskjaer

Neil Ashton is joined on Sunday Supplement this week by Melissa Reddy, Jeremy Cross and Matt Dickinson as they discuss a whole host of topics in the football world. Including, Liverpool's fixture pile-up, Manchester United's academy heroics and Pep Guardiola's future at Manchester City.
12/15/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 7 seconds
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Manchester derby overshadowed by racism, and Big Dunc’s superb start

Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn of The Mirror, Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail and James Ducker of The Telegraph. The topics of discussion this week: Manchester United’s victory over neighbours City and the racism storm that has overshadowed it, and the differing starts for two caretaker bosses: Duncan Ferguson and Freddie Ljungberg.
12/8/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 2 seconds
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Who will replace Emery, Liverpool 11 points clear & England's Euro chances

On this weeks Sunday Supplement, Neil Ashton is joined by Shaun Custis, Head of Sport for The Sun, Senior Football Writer for ESPN, Mark Ogden and Matt Law, Football News Correspondent for The Telegraph. They discuss who will replace Unai Emery as Arsenal manager, Liverpool's lead at the top, Jose's winning ways and England's pressure to perform at the Euro's.
12/1/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 18 seconds
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Mourinho's perfect start, Arsenal's woes and which manager is leading the sack race?

Neil Ashton is joined by Steve Bates, Martin Samuel and Paul Hayward as the panel discuss Tottenham Hotspur's new appointment in Jose Mourinho, the pressures on Marco Silva, Quique Sánchez Flores, Unai Emery and Manuel Pellegrini.
11/24/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 46 seconds
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Southgate’s first crisis, shining a light on the women’s game and is the title race over?

Jacqui Oatley is joined by The Mail on Sunday's Oliver Holt, Darren Lewis of the Mirror and The Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft for a discussion of the big football stories.
11/17/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 29 seconds
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Arsenal on the slide, Lampard making Chelsea likeable and is VAR killing the joy of the game?

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Rob Draper from The Mail on Sunday and The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew to give their opinion on all the latest news.
11/10/20191 hour, 3 minutes, 58 seconds
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Late Liverpool win puts pressure back on City, Pep claims Mane is a diver and defiant Emery says he won't walk away

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by Mike McGrath of The Sun, John Cross from The Mirror and The Telegraph’s Jason Burt to give their opinion on all the latest news.
11/3/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 24 seconds
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Pep on Sterling, Pulisic shines at Burnley and what has happened to Ozil?

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by Sam Wallace of The Telegraph, Charlie Wyatt of The Sun and Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail to give their opinion on all the latest news.
10/27/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 24 seconds
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No room for racism, more VAR confusion and Pep’s frustration

Neil Ashton is joined by Football Correspondent for ESPN, Melissa Reddy, The Telegraph’s James Ducker and the Chief Sports Writer for The Mirror, Andy Dunn, for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
10/20/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 40 seconds
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United back Solskjaer, Qatar World Cup scrutiny and are England ready to win Euros?

Neil Ashton is joined by Rob Harris, Shaun Custis and Dave Maddock to discuss a host of topics including whether England are ready to win the Euros, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s backing from the club’s board and Liverpool’s upcoming fixture with Manchester United.
10/13/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 59 seconds
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Who's to blame at Spurs, no hope for Ole and Liverpool flying high.

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dunn from the Express, Craig Hope of the Daily Mail and Neil Custis from the Sun. On this week's show they discuss whose to blame for the problems at Tottenham, is there any hope for United and Ole and discuss Liverpool's winning ways.
10/6/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 16 seconds
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Was Bernardo Silva in the wrong, van Bronckhorst to replace Pep and Spurs to target Southgate

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel from the Daily Mail, Steve Bates of the Sunday People and the Daily Mirror’s Darren Lewis to discuss this week's major football stories, including the controversy surrounding Bernardo Silva after his tweet to Benjamin Mendy and recent reports linking Tottenham with Gareth Southgate should Mauricio Pochettino decide to leave Spurs.
9/29/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 28 seconds
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City thrash Watford, Liverpool under scrutiny and more VAR controversy

Neil Ashton is joined by Jonathan Northcroft, Jonathan Liew and Paul Hayward to discuss this week's major football stories, including Manchester City’s thrashing of Watford and more controversy surrounding VAR.
9/22/20191 hour, 7 minutes, 44 seconds
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Norwich stun City, what next for England and how good are Liverpool?

Neil Ashton is joined by Natalie Gedra, Jason Burt and Miguel Delaney to discuss this week's major football stories, including Liverpool's impressive performance against Newcastle and Norwich's shock win against Manchester City.
9/15/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 56 seconds
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Could Rashford be a future England no.9, Gracia out, Sanchez Flores in at Watford and gloves are off between Owen and Shearer

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson, Jeremy Cross and Rob Draper to discuss all the big topics from the week in football, including England's comfortable win over Bulgaria in their Euro 2020 qualifier, Watford's sacking of Javi Gracia and the controversial serialisation of Michael Owen's autobiography.
9/8/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 46 seconds
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North London derby preview, Bury's expulsion and Southgate's Three Lions squad

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel, Simon Mullock and Matt Law to discuss all the big topics from the week in football, including Sunday's North London derby and Bury's expulsion from the Football League. As well as, England's latest squad and the controversy around VAR after incidents at Selhurst Park and the King Power Stadium.
9/1/20191 hour, 10 minutes
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More Salah magic, United's penalty woes and Lampard off the mark

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
8/25/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 2 seconds
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More VAR drama, Arsenal looking good and will Sanchez leave United?

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
8/18/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 2 seconds
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VAR, Mourinho & Transfer deadline day

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
8/11/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 27 seconds
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Man Utd make their mark, all change at Chelsea and new season awaits

Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday and Melissa Reddy of ESPN for a discussion of the latest football news.
8/4/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 33 seconds
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England win shootout after VAR drama

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Pickford won praise and England’s next steps are examined in the Nations League Supplement podcast featuring host Neil Ashton, The Mirror’s Andy Dunn and The Express’ Matt Dunn.
6/9/201951 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sloppy England gift Dutch victory

England’s errors, solutions to fan trouble and the futures of Hazard and Eriksen discussed on the Nations League Supplement podcast, hosted by Neil Ashton with The Mirror’s John Cross and The Telegraph’s Matt Law.
6/7/201949 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nations League Supplement

Neil Ashton is joined by The Times' Henry Winter and The Independent's Jack Pitt-Brooke to reflect on the Champions League final, England's Nations League final chances, the future of Matthijs De Ligt and much more...
6/4/201948 minutes, 12 seconds
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City’s dominance, Brighton's manager change & the UCL final

Neil Ashton is joined by Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday, James Ducker of The Telegraph and Darren Lewis of the Mirror for a discussion of the latest football news and stories.
5/19/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 12 seconds
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Final day decider, creating European history & Solskjaer under pressure

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times and Steve Bates of the Sunday People for a discussion of the latest football stories.
5/12/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 5 seconds
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Are Tottenham stressed out? Will Man City slip up?

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
5/5/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 17 seconds
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The best title race in PL history and is Solskjaer a mistake?

Neil Ashton is joined this week by Dom King, Shaun Custis and Vaishali Bhardwaj as they discuss this week's hottest topics in the football world. Including the now questionable appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United, the best title race in Premier League history, Bolton's big mess and whether Montenegro's punishment for racist abuse was fair from UEFA.
4/28/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 31 seconds
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The Guardiola impact, can Liverpool keep pace? and who should win PFA POTY?

Neil Ashton is with Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Henry Winter of The Times and Sam Wallace of The Telegraph for a discussion of the big football stories.
4/21/20191 hour, 7 minutes, 42 seconds
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Which way will the Title pendulum swing? Hazard to Madrid and Man Utd's Camp Nou challenge

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson, Chief Sports Writer for the Times, Matt Law, Football News Correspondent from the Telegraph and David Maddock, Northern Football Correspondent from The Mirror, to discuss the latest footballing topics including the title run in, whether Chelsea could benefit from selling Eden Hazard and Manchester Utd's chances at the Camp Nou.
4/14/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 5 seconds
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Title race predictions, Spurs' new home and stars sick of racism

Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn of the Daily Mirror, Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail and Mike McGrath of The Sun to discuss and debate the latest football news, including the title race, racism in football and the unveiling of Tottenham's new stadium.
4/7/20191 hour, 7 minutes, 1 second
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Hard work starts now for Solskjaer, Is Aguero the best Premier League striker? What's the appropriate punishment for Racist abuse?

Neil Ashton is joined by the Telegraph's Jason Burt, Alyson Rudd from the Times and the Mirror's John Cross to discuss the latest football news as the panel feel the hard work will start now for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after he was announced as Manchester United's full time manager. Sergio Aguero has now scored the same amount of goals as Thierry Henry did at Arsenal, the trio discuss whether he is the best Premier League striker ever. The Premier League launched their 'No Room for Racism' initiative this week but what is the appropriate punishment for racist abuse?
3/31/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 17 seconds
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Sterling is England's best, money a game changer for women's football & refereeing innovation

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Steve Bates of the Sunday People and Jonathan Liew of The Independent to discuss all the latest football news.
3/24/20191 hour, 9 minutes
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City saved by VAR, is Solskjaer right for Utd and should the 2022 World Cup be expanded?

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Kay from The Times, Jeremy Cross from the Daily Star and Vaishali Bhardwaj from the Evening Standard to discuss Manchester City’s lucky escape at Swansea in the FA Cup, whether appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be the right move by Manchester Utd and the news that FIFA are looking to expand the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to 48 teams.
3/17/20191 hour, 7 minutes, 57 seconds
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Spurs' downfall, equal pay and does the offside rule need reviewing?

Jonathan Northcroft, Rory Smith and Rob Draper join Neil Ashton on this week's Sunday Supplement to discuss Tottenham's torrid Premier League form, the equal pay debate for men and women in football and Darren Moore's surprise sacking at West Bromwich Albion.
3/10/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 28 seconds
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Praise for Poch, Brendan's back and Solskjaer's future

Neil Ashton is joined by Sam Wallace of the Telegraph, Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail and Melissa Reddy of Joe.co.uk for a discussion of all the latest football news.
3/3/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 50 seconds
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Liverpool feeling the pressure? Puel sacked from Leicester and Poch charged by the FA

Neil Ashton is with The Sun’s Shaun Custis, Andy Dunn of the Sunday Mirror and Oli Holt of the Mail on Sunday for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
2/24/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 35 seconds
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Banks remembered, big night for Sarri and where do United go next?

Neil Ashton is with Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, John Cross of the Daily Mirror and Miguel Delaney of The Independent for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
2/17/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 8 seconds
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Title pressure on Liverpool, United thriving under Ole and Everton's lack of identity

Neil Ashton is joined by Neil Custis, Jason Burt and Jack Pitt-Brooke to give their opinion on all the latest football news and stories, including Manchester City's match with Chelsea and why the pressure is still on Liverpool, Manchester United's incredible run and Everton's struggles under Marco Silva.
2/10/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 25 seconds
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Spurs' significant statement, Higuain's instant impact and troubling times for Silva

Neil Ashton is joined by Steve Bates of The Sunday People, Matt Law of The Telegraph and Alyson Rudd of The Times for a discussion on all the football latest news.
2/3/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 37 seconds
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Football unites after Sala tragedy, do big clubs care about the FA Cup, and have Spurs gone as far as they can under Pochettino?

Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn of the Daily Mirror, Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times and Sami Mokbel of the Daily Mail for a discussion of the latest football news and stories.
1/27/20191 hour, 9 minutes, 13 seconds
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United mad not to consider Solskjaer, Jorginho not good enough for Chelsea and how do Spurs replace Kane?

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Henry Winter of The Times and Shaun Custis of The Sun for a discussion of the latest football news and major stories.
1/20/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 54 seconds
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Southgate to United, Chelsea transfers and spying tactics

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson of The Times, Dominic Fifield of the Guardian and Charlie Wyett of The Sun for a discussion of the latest football news and major stories.
1/13/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 55 seconds
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An FA Cup revamp? Assessing Solskjaer & farewell Fabregas

Neil Ashton is joined by Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday, Jonathan Liew of The Independent and James Ducker of The Telegraph for a discussion of the latest football stories. 
1/6/20191 hour, 7 minutes, 58 seconds
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Liverpool’s stunning win, Pep under pressure and looking ahead to 2019

Neil Ashton is with Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Simon Mullock of the Sunday Mirror and Raphael Honigstein of ESPN and Der Spiegel to discuss all the latest news from the world of football, including whether Liverpool's demolition of Arsenal means they are now favourites for the title, whether Pep Guardiola is now under pressure at Manchester City, and what 2019 will bring for football fans.
12/30/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 38 seconds
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Flying start for Ole, City setback extends Liverpool’s lead and what next for the Special One?

Neil Ashton is joined by Patrick Barclay, Paul McCarthy and Ian McGarry for a Sunday Supplement legend’s special to discuss the various headlines from the past week in the football world including Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s flying start to his tenure at Manchester United as they beat Cardiff 5-1. Andros Townsend’s stunning strike at the Etihad helped Crystal Palace to an unlikely victory against Manchester City which has now extended Liverpool’s lead at the top of the table but how crucial will it prove to be? The panel also debate where Jose Mourinho’s next destination could be. 
12/23/20181 hour, 9 minutes, 4 seconds
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Sterling's empowering actions and is Mourinho a better manager than Klopp?

Neil Ashton is with John Cross of The Mirror, Rodney Hinds of The Voice, Oliver Kay of The Times and Neil Custis of The Sun for a discussion of all the major football stories, including a look at how powerful Raheem Sterling's actions have been in the past week and a preview of the massive clash at Anfield between Liverpool and Manchester United.
12/16/20181 hour, 9 minutes, 25 seconds
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Stamford Bridge racism storm, Mourinho's extraordinary statement and the title race is on

Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn of the Daily Mirror, Jason Burt of the Telegraph and Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times for a discussion of all the latest news from football.
12/9/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 8 seconds
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City & Sterling, under pressure Mourinho & the Rainbow Laces campaign

Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Shaun Custis of The Sun and Adam Crafton of the Daily Mail for a discussion of all the latest news from around the world of football. 
12/2/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 19 seconds
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Poch’s pledge that Spurs will get even better, Mourinho’s threatens big changes and Hughes hanging on

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday, The Telegraph’s Matt Law and the Daily Star’s Jeremy Cross to discuss the latest talking points from the world of football including Tottenham’s terrific display against Chelsea and Mauricio Pochettino’s claim that Spurs will get even better. The panel also discuss Jose Mourinho’s statement that changes are needed at Manchester United after another dismal performance at Old Trafford as well as reflecting on the Southampton fans chanting that Mark Hughes will be sacked in the morning. 
11/25/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 50 seconds
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England's clash with Croatia, a war at the PFA and gambling in football

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Natalie Gedra from ESPN Brazil and James Olley from The Evening Standard for a discussion of the week's major football stories.
11/18/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 50 seconds
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Man City's money and Rooney's England call-up

Neil Ashton is joined by Steve Bates of The Sunday People, Jack Pitt-Brooke of The Independent and Alyson Rudd of The Times for a discussion of all the latest football news. 
11/11/20181 hour, 13 minutes, 1 second
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Leicester's emotional win, Rooney's shock England recall, and would a Super League work?

Neil Ashton is with leading young sports journalists Adam Crafton of the Daily Mail, Melissa Reddy from JOE and Mike McGrath from The Sun for a discussion of the latest football news. Topics including, Leicester's first match since the tragic passing of their chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, Wayne Rooney's return to the England squad and what effect a European Super League would have on the domestic leagues.
11/4/20181 hour, 9 minutes, 1 second
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The Leicester tragedy, get well Glenn, and the Spurs stadium saga

Neil Ashton is joined by John Cross of the Daily Mirror, Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail and Vaishali Bhardwaj of the Evening Standard for a discussion of all the latest news from football. 
10/28/20181 hour, 6 minutes, 5 seconds
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How will Mourinho be remembered? Wembley no sale & Sterling’s contract

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Sam Wallace of The Telegraph and Rory Smith of the New York Times to discuss all the latest news from football. 
10/21/20181 hour, 6 minutes, 36 seconds
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Is Kane burnt out? Rashford’s form & will there be change at Man Utd & Newcastle?

Neil Ashton is joined by Shaun Custis and Neil Custis of The Sun, as well as Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday for a discussion of the latest news from around the world of football.
10/14/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 11 seconds
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Mourinho's last big job, Klopp building to success and Southgate's England policy

Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn of The Mirror, Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times and Jonathan Liew of The Independent to talk Jose Mourinho's future, Jurgen Klopp building for success at Liverpool and whether Daniel Sturridge warrants a place in the England squad.
10/7/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 12 seconds
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Is Mourinho nearing the end? Are Chelsea genuine title contenders? And turbulent times ahead for Newcastle?

Neil Ashton is joined by the Daily Express’ Matt Dunn, Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday and The Guardian’s Dominic Fifield to discuss the latest talking points from the world of football including whether the end is near for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United. Chelsea and Liverpool couldn’t be separated on Saturday after their draw but are the Blues genuine title contenders after they maintained their unbeaten start? And after reports that Peter Kenyon and an American consortium are planning to buy Newcastle, we ask what the future will hold for Newcastle after a difficult start to the Premier League?
9/30/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 31 seconds
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Strange behaviour from Pochettino, Hazard’s exclusion from FIFA awards and are Man Utd going backwards?

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson of The Times, Jason Burt of The Telegraph and Charlie Wyett of The Sun for a discussion of all the latest football stories. 
9/23/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 29 seconds
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Can Hazard be Europe’s best? Is Zaha treated unfairly? & Does Rashford need to leave Man Utd?

This week on the Sunday Supplement, Neil Ashton will be joined by Matt Law from The Telegraph; Dominic King of the Daily Mail and Premier League Reporter for ESPN Brazil, Natalie Gedra.
9/16/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 2 seconds
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Pellegrini's poor start, Declan Rice debate and controversial La Liga changes

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Darren Lewis of the Daily Mirror and Sid Lowe of The Guardian for a discussion of all the latest news from the world of football.
9/9/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 17 seconds
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Alisson's blunder, 10 years of the Manchester City ownership, and is Jose still special?

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday, Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times and John Cross of The Mirror for a discussion of the latest football news.
9/2/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 18 seconds
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Ozil's Emirates future, Jose's harsh critics and Southgate's England options

Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn, Alyson Rudd and Neil Custis to give their opinion on all the latest football news, including topics involving Mesut Ozil, Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, VAR and more.
8/26/20181 hour, 9 minutes, 4 seconds
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Hazard's influence at Chelsea; the Pogba rumours and Emery's start at Arsenal

Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Shaun Custis of The Sun and Steve Bates of the Sunday People for a discussion of all the latest football news and stories.
8/19/20181 hour, 13 minutes, 52 seconds
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Trouble at United; Tottenham taking risks and Chelsea don't bow to Real

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Sam Wallace of The Telegraph and Vaishali Bhardwaj of the Evening Standard for a discussion of all the latest news from football. 
8/12/20181 hour, 10 minutes, 29 seconds
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Manchester Utd's scatter gun transfer policy, question marks over Emery and will Gerrard succeed North of the border?

Neil Ashton is with Matt Dickinson of The Times, Jason Burt of The Telegraph and journalist Raphael Honigstein to discuss the latest news with the start of the Premier League only a week away.
8/5/20181 hour, 10 minutes, 8 seconds
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France beat Croatia to win the World Cup but will they now go on to dominate for years?

Neil Ashton is joined by the Telegraph's Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt and Matt Dunn of the Daily Express to look back on France's 4-2 win over Croatia in the World Cup final in Moscow as well as their memories of Russia 2018 as a whole.
7/16/201846 minutes, 54 seconds
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England finish in fourth but with plenty to build on

Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter, chief football writer for The Times, and Andy Dunn, The Mirror's chief sports writer, to look back on England's World Cup third place playoff defeat to Roberto Martinez's Belgium.
7/14/201845 minutes, 28 seconds
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England's World Cup dream is over after a semi-final defeat to Croatia, but the Three Lions leave Russia with pride

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson, the chief sports writer of the Times, and Jeremy Cross, the chief sports writer of the Daily Star, to dissect England's World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia. The panel sat down just a few hours after the final whistle to reflect on the painful loss and the positives Gareth Southgate and his squad can take from their campaign in Russia.
7/12/201844 minutes, 37 seconds
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England see off Sweden to reach the World Cup semi-final; can they now go all the way in Russia?

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Law of The Telegraph and Charlie Wyett of The Sun in the media centre in Samara for reaction to England's quarter-final win over Sweden. Can Gareth Southgate and the players now go all the way?
7/7/201846 minutes, 56 seconds
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England's penalty shoot out heroics against Colombia; are the odds stacked in England's favour for World Cup glory?

Neil Ashton is joined by John Cross, chief football writer at the Mirror, and Jonathan Northcroft from the Sunday Times for episode five of the World Cup Supplement to analyse England’s last-16 dramatic penalty shoot out win over Colombia and look ahead to the quarter-final with Sweden. 
7/4/201845 minutes, 53 seconds
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England's 1-0 defeat to Belgium, a last-16 tie with Colombia and whether they are on the 'easy' side of the World Cup draw

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson, chief sports writer at the Times, and Guardian football writer Dominic Fifield to analyse England's defeat to Belgium and look ahead to their last-16 tie with Colombia. The panel also discuss the major talking points from the World Cup and which teams are favourites for the title after the group stage. 
6/29/201850 minutes, 9 seconds
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England's 6-1 thrashing of Panama, Harry Kane's hat-trick and the relationship of players and the media.

Neil Ashton is joined by The Telegraph's Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt and the Daily Mail's Chief Sports Reporter Matt Lawton in Nizhny Novgorod to reflect on England's incredible 6-1 victory over Panama, Harry Kane's hat-trick and what changes Gareth Southgate might make for the final group game against Russia. They also debate the role of the media and their relationships with the England squad.
6/24/201850 minutes, 31 seconds
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England's World Cup win over Tunisia analysed, changes for Panama debated and VAR verdicts

Neil Ashton is joined by The Times' chief football writer Henry Winter and The Mirror's chief sports writer Andy Dunn for the second episode of World Cup Supplement. The trio look back at England's win over Tunisia, discuss the players who impressed and the ones who need to step up and what boss Gareth Southgate will have learnt from the encounter. The panel also look ahead to England's next match with Panama, reflect on what it's been like covering England from their training base in Repino and their highlights of the World Cup so far.
6/19/201848 minutes, 25 seconds
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World Cup preview, England's chances assessed, the favourites analysed and the players to watch

Neil Ashton is joined by The Mirror's chief football writer John Cross and The Independent's chief sports writer Jonathan Liew for the first episode of World Cup Supplement. The trio discuss the big talking points ahead of Russia 2018, including how England are shaping up for the tournament, the off-field stories which have made headlines and which of the favourites are best placed to lift the trophy. The panel also pick out their players to watch at the World Cup - and give their predictions for England.
6/11/201846 minutes, 14 seconds
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Conte warns he won’t change, the managerial merry-go-round is in full swing and how far will England go?

Neil Ashton is joined by The Times’ Henry Winter, Oliver Holt from the Mail on Sunday and The Sun’s Shaun Custis to discuss the latest news from the football world including Antonio Conte’s warning to the Chelsea board that he won’t change as speculation around his position continues to rumble on, the panel discuss the front runners for the various managerial positions that are now available and after Gareth Southgate named his squad for the World Cup in Russia, the guests predict how far England will go this summer.
5/20/20181 hour, 10 minutes, 51 seconds
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Final day of PL, Rooney's MLS move and Wilshere's World Cup chances

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Sam Wallace of The Telegraph and Neil Custis from The Sun to give their opinion on all the latest football news, including the final day of the Premier League season, Wayne Rooney's MLS rumours and who will be on the plane for England at the 2018 World Cup.
5/13/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 51 seconds
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Liverpool's European dreams, Stoke wave goodbye and magic Darren Moore

Neil Ashton is with Steve Bates of The Sunday People, Darren Lewis from The Mirror and Jonathan Northcoft from The Sunday Times for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
5/6/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 56 seconds
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Selling Wembley, Gerrard to Rangers and the fight for PL survival

Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn of The Mirror, Alyson Rudd of The Times and Matt Law of the Daily Telegraph to discuss all the latest news from around the world of football. 
4/29/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 52 seconds
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Wenger's legacy, who next for the Gunners and Poch's future

Neil Ashton is with Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Jason Burt of The Daily Telegraph and Rory Smith from the New York Times to discuss Arsene Wenger's tenure at Arsenal and who will step into his shoes, plus might Mauricio Pochettino be looking to leave Tottenham?
4/22/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 32 seconds
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City on the verge, Buffon the bully and is the Premier League tougher to win than UCL?

Neil Ashton is joined by The Sun’s Shaun Custis, The Independent’s Jonathan Liew and Matt Dickinson of The Times to discuss he week's major football stories, including Manchester City’s win at Spurs to put them back on track for the title, Gianluigi Buffon’s criticism of Michael Oliver after Juventus’ controversial elimination from the Champions League and Wolves’ long-awaited promotion back to the Premier League.
4/15/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 20 seconds
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The Manchester derby, what next for the Baggies? And a tribute to Wilkins

Neil Ashton is with Sam Wallace of The Telegraph, Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday and Simon Mullock of the Daily Mirror for a discussion on the week's major football stories, including an incredible game at the Etihad Stadium, where West Brom go after Alan Pardew and a tribute to Ray Wilkins.
4/8/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 40 seconds
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City edging closer, Alli's England place in jeopardy and should Mane have seen red?

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Holt from the Daily Mirror, Oliver Kay from The Times and Neil Custis from The Sun for a discussion on all the latest football news.
4/1/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 37 seconds
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England’s tactics and what is the right international model?

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Gabriele Marcotti of The Times and ESPN FC, and Sky Sports' Guillem Balague for a discussion of the latest football news. 
3/25/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 28 seconds
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Mourinho's rant, Salah's heroics and can Southgate's players make any impact?

Neil Ashton is with Andy Dunn of the Daily Mirror, Matt Dunn of the Daily Express and Stuart James from The Guardian for a discussion on the week's major football stories. 
3/18/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 42 seconds
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West Ham fans invading the pitch, Mourinho’s winning style and will Glenn Murray make the plane?

Neil Ashton is joined by Sam Wallace of the Telegraph, Jeremy Cross of the Daily Star and John Cross of the Mirror to discuss the distressing scenes at the London Stadium, Manchester United's win over rivals Liverpool, and with players not making first teams or being out of form, who will make Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad.
3/11/20181 hour, 9 minutes, 6 seconds
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The end for Wenger? Is VAR ready for the PL? What has happened to the best of British?

Neil Ashton is joined by the Mail on Sunday’s Oliver Holt, the Independent’s Jack Pitt-Brooke and Matt Law of the Daily Telegraph to discuss the turmoil surrounding Arsene Wenger and the candidates who could replace the Arsenal manager, whether VAR is ready for the Premier League as well as the pressure that is building on Alan Pardew, Big Sam and David Moyes after all three suffered defeats on Saturday.
3/4/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 23 seconds
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Cup final day, brilliant Liverpool and Chelsea face Mourinho

Neil Ashton is joined at Wembley Stadium by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Henry Winter from The Times and Andy Dunn from the Mirror for a discussion on the week's major stories.
2/25/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 43 seconds
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Strains between Mourinho and Pogba, VAR action plan and what now for Pardew?

Neil Ashton is joined by Jason Burt of the Telegraph, Jonathan Northcroft of The Times and Simon Mullock of The Sunday Mirror for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
2/18/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 56 seconds
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Can Pep change English football, Tottenham flying high and what now for Chelsea?

Neil Ashton is joined by Sam Wallace of the Telegraph, John Cross of the Daily Mirror and Jonathan Liew of The Independent for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
2/11/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 6 seconds
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Pep's subs, Wenger's last chance and Pogba benched

Neil Ashton is joined by Sam Wallace of the Telegraph, John Cross of the Daily Mirror and Jonathan Liew of The Independent for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
2/4/20181 hour, 9 minutes, 14 seconds
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Remembering Jimmy Armfield, VAR and Pochettino's future

Neil Ashton is joined by Rob Draper of the Mail On Sunday, Matt Dickinson of The Times and Vaishali Bhardwaj of the Evening Standard for a discussion of the latest football news.
1/28/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 41 seconds
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Remembering Cyrille Regis, VAR & Sanchez saga

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday, Neil Custis of The Sun and Matt Dunn of the Daily Express for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
1/21/20181 hour, 8 minutes, 29 seconds
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Sanchez's future, Conte needs solutions and more allegations

Neil Ashton is joined by The Guardian’s Dominic Fifield, The Sunday Times’ Jonathan Northcroft and The Sun’s Charlie Wyett for a discussion of all the latest football news and stories.  
1/14/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 45 seconds
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Coutinho's departure, Conte v Jose and Wenger's ban

Neil Ashton welcomes back Henry Winter of The Times. They are also joined by Shaun Custis of The Sun and Andy Dunn of The Mirror for a discussion of all the latest football news and stories. 
1/7/20181 hour, 9 minutes, 16 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 31st December

Neil Ashton is with Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Jason Burt of the Telegraph and Darren Lewis of the Mirror for a discussion on the week's major football stories. 
12/31/20171 hour, 13 minutes, 11 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 24th December

Neil Ashton is joined by Paddy Barclay, Harry Harris and Steve Curry for a discussion of all the latest news from the world of football.
12/24/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 20 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 17th December

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Kay of The Times, Steve Bates of The Sunday People and Neil Custis of The Sun to give their opinion on all the latest football news.
12/17/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 54 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 10th December

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday, Alyson Rudd of The Times and Matt Law of the Daily Telegraph to discuss all the latest news from the world of football.
12/10/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 50 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 3rd December

Geoff Shreeves is with Andy Dunn of the Mirror, Jonathan Northcroft of The Sunday Times and James Ducker of the Telegraph for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
12/3/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 36 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 26th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Shaun Custis from the Sun, Matt Dickinson from the Times and the Guardian's Dominic Fifield to discuss whether the Rainbow laces campaign is working in sport, whether anyone can catch Man City after Spurs slipped up and who England will want to avoid in the World Cup draw.
11/26/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 14 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 19th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, John Cross of the Daily Mirror and Matt Dunn of the Daily Express for a discussion of all the latest football news
11/19/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 12th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Sam Wallace of the Telegraph, Matt Lawton of the Daily Mail and Natalie Gedra of ESPN Brazil to give their opinion on all the latest football news. 
11/12/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 5th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Jason Burt of The Telegraph, Miguel Delaney of The Independent and Dominic King of the Daily Mail for a discussion of the latest football news. 
11/5/20171 hour, 9 minutes, 17 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 29th October

Neil Ashton is joined by Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times, Jeremy Cross of the Daily Star, and Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail for a discussion of all the week's major football news.
10/29/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 57 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 22nd October

Neil Ashton is with Jonathan Liew of the Independent, Sami Mokbel of the Daily Mail, and Vaishali Bhardwaj of the Evening Standard for a next generation edition of the Sunday Supplement.
10/22/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 10 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 15th October

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Neil Custis of The Sun and James Ducker of The Telegraph to give their opinion on all the latest news from the world of football.
10/15/20171 hour, 6 minutes, 23 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 8th October

Geoff Shreeves is joined by Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday, The Independent’s Jack Pitt-Brooke and Simon Mullock of the Sunday Mirror to discuss the latest talking points from the world of football including the negativity that surrounds England during their campaigns.
10/8/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 19 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 1st October

Neil Ashton is with Sam Wallace of The Telegraph, Shaun Custis of The Sun and Alyson Rudd of The Times for a discussion of the week's major football stories.
10/1/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 18 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 24th September

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson of The Times, Paul Hayward of the Telegraph, and Steve Bates of the Sunday People for a discussion on the week's major football stories.
9/24/20171 hour, 9 minutes, 11 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 17th September

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Andy Dunn of the Mirror and Oliver Kay of The Times to discuss all of the week's major football stories.
9/17/20171 hour, 6 minutes, 22 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 10th September

Neil Ashton is joined by John Cross of the Daily Mirror, Matt Law of The Telegraph, and Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday to discuss all of the major stories from the world of football.
9/10/20171 hour, 9 minutes, 15 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 3rd September

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories. This week Neil is joined by Charlie Wyett from The Sun, The Guardian's Dominic Fifield and Darren Lewis from The Mirror.
9/3/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 33 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 27th August

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories. This week Neil is joined by The Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft, Jason Burt from The Telegraph and The Sun's Neil Custis.
8/27/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 8 seconds
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Sunday Supplement Podcast - 20th August

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
8/20/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 39 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 13th August

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
8/13/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 26 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 21st May

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
5/21/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 34 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 14th May

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
5/14/201747 minutes, 1 second
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Sunday Supplement - 7th May

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
5/7/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 15 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 30th April

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
4/30/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 49 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 23rd April

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dunn of the Daily Express, Chief Sports Writer at the Mail on Sunday, Oliver Holt and Oliver Kay of The Times to discuss the week's biggest football stories.
4/23/201747 minutes, 12 seconds
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Sunday Supplement Podcast - 16th April

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
4/16/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 46 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 9th April

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
4/9/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 58 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 2nd April

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
4/2/20171 hour, 9 minutes, 9 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 26th March

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Andy Dunn of the Mirror, and Jeremy Cross of the Daily Star to discuss all the latest news from the world of football.
3/26/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 1 second
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Sunday Supplement – 19th March

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
3/19/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 15 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 12th March

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
3/12/201747 minutes, 49 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 5th March

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
3/5/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 19 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 26th February

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
2/26/201745 minutes, 48 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 19th February

Neil Ashton is joined by Steve Bates of the Sunday People, Jason Burt of the Telegraph and John Cross of the Daily Mirror to discuss the latest news from the world of football.
2/19/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 6 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 12th February

Neil Ashton is joined by Rob Draper of The Mail on Sunday, Jeremy Wilson of The Telegraph, and Miguel Delaney of The Independent to discuss the latest news from the world of football.
2/12/20171 hour, 6 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 5th February

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
2/5/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 50 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 29th January

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
1/29/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 28 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 22nd January

Neil Ashton is joined by Paul Hayward of The Daily Telegraph, Ian Ladyman of The Daily Mail and Neil Custis of The Sun for a discussion of the latest football news and stories.
1/22/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 41 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 15th January

Neil Ashton is joined by Sam Wallace of The Telegraph, Shaun Custis of The Sun and Andy Dunn of The Mirror for a discussion of the latest football news and stories.
1/15/20171 hour, 7 minutes, 32 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 8th January

Neil Ashton is joined by the Daily Mail's Martin Samuel, The Times' Alyson Rudd and The Sun's Charlie Wyett to discuss all the talking points from the week's football stories.
1/8/20171 hour, 8 minutes, 14 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 1st January

Neil Ashton hosts a discussion on the week's major football stories, joined by leading football journalists to give their opinion on all the latest news.
1/1/20171 hour, 6 minutes, 35 seconds
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Sunday Supplement: Neville Special

Gary Neville joins Neil Ashton, Henry Winter, Oliver Holt and Martin Samuel to discuss all the latest news and talking points from the world of football.
12/18/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 56 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 11th December

Neil Ashton is joined by Shaun Custis of The Sun, Sam Wallace of the Daily Telegraph and Andy Dunn of the Daily Mirror to give their opinion on all the latest football news.
12/11/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 40 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 4th December

Neil Ashton is joined by Jack Pitt-Brooke from The Independent, the Mail on Sunday's Oliver Holt and Neil Custis from The Sun to discuss all the main talking points from the past week.
12/4/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 44 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 27th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail, James Ducker of the Daily Telegraph and Matt Dickinson of The Times to look over all the latest football news.
11/27/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 12 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 20th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dunn of the Daily Express, Jeremy Wilson of the Daily Telegraph and Oliver Kay of The Times for a discussion of all the latest football stories.
11/20/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 9 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 13th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Sam Wallace of the Daily Telegraph and John Cross of the Daily Mirror to give their opinion on all the latest football news.
11/13/20161 hour, 9 minutes, 8 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 6th November

Neil Ashton is joined by Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times, Steve Bates of The People and Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday.
11/6/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 54 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 30th October

Neil Ashton is joined by Dominic Fifield of the Guardian, Anthony Kastrinakis of The Sun and Alyson Rudd of The Times for a discussion of the week's major football stories.
10/30/20161 hour, 7 minutes
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Sunday Supplement – 23rd October

Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter of the Times, Andy Dunn of the Sunday Mirror and Shaun Custis of The Sun for a discussion of the latest football news and goals.
10/23/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 38 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 16th October

Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday, Jeremy Wilson of the Daily Telegraph and Stuart James of The Guardian for a discussion of the latest football news and goals.
10/16/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 8 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 9th October

Neil Ashton is joined by Dominic Fifield of The Guardian, Charlie Wyett of The Sun and The People's Steve Bates for a discussion of the latest football news and stories.
10/9/20161 hour, 5 minutes, 51 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 2nd October

Neil Ashton is joined by Jason Burt of The Daily Telegraph, Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday and John Cross of the Daily Mirror to discuss the latest news from the world of football.
10/2/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 28 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 25th September

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Matt Dickinson of The Times and Sam Wallace of the Daily Telegraph to discuss the latest news from the world of football.
9/25/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 10 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 18th September

Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Law of The Daily Telegraph, Jeremy Cross of the Daily Star and Oliver Kay of The Times to discuss the latest football stories and news.
9/18/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 25 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 11th September

Neil Ashton is joined by Neil Custis of The Sun, Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday and Martin Hardy of the Sunday Times for a discussion of the latest football stories and news.
9/11/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 51 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 4th September

The Sunday Supplement panel discuss all the latest football topics, including the upcoming Manchester Derby, Ross Barkley's omission from the England squad and money wasted in the transfer window.
9/3/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 41 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 28th August

The Sunday Supplement panel discuss all the latest football topics and issues, including Sam Allardyce's first England squad, new referee guidelines on grappling inside the penalty area, and Daniel Sturridge's future at Liverpool.
8/27/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 59 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 21st August

Neil Ashton is joined by Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times, Jason Burt of the Daily Telegraph and John Cross of the Daily Mirror for a discussion on the week's major football news
8/21/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 19 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 14th August

Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Andy Dunn of The Sunday Mirror and Shaun Custis of The Sun to discuss Joe Hart's future at Manchester City and the opening weekend of Premier League season.
8/14/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 19 seconds
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The Sunday Supplement - 7th August

Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of The Daily Mail, Steve Bates of The People and Sam Wallace of The Telegraph to discuss England's performance at Euro 2016 and the upcoming Premier League season.
8/6/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 58 seconds
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The Sunday Supplement - 15th May

Neil Ashton hosts the final Sunday Supplement of the season, joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Andy Dunn of the Sunday Mirror, and Shaun Custis of The Sun.
5/15/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 40 seconds
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The Sunday Supplement - 8th May

Neil Ashton is joined by Antony Kastrinakis of the Sun, Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail and Stuart James of the Guardian to round up and discuss the latest football stories.
5/8/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 15 seconds
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The Sunday Supplement - 1st May

Neil Ashton is joined by Steve Bates of The People, Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday and Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times to round up and discuss the latest football stories.
5/1/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 44 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 24th April

Neil Ashton discusses the latest football stories and news with Oliver Holt of The Mail on Sunday, Paul Hayward of The Daily Telegraph and Neil Custis of The Sun.
4/24/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 22 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 17th April

Jason Burt from the Daily Telegraph, The Times' Matt Dickenson and The Guardian's Dominic Fifield are in the studio for a discussion of the latest football stories and news.
4/17/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 6 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 10th April

Sam Wallace of the Daily Telegraph, Martin Hardy of the Sunday Times, and Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail are in the studio for a discussion of the latest football stories and news.
4/10/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 1 second
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Sunday Supplement - 3rd April

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with Charlie Wyett of The Sun, Steve Bates of The People, and Matt Dunn joining in the studio.
4/2/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 27th March

A discussion of the latest football stories. This week, with Alyson Rudd of The Times, Martin Lipton of The Sun and Patrick Barclay of the Evening Standard.
3/27/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 17 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 20th March 2016

Neil Ashton runs through the latest football stories with The Sun's Neil Custis, The Mirror's John Cross and Jonathan Northcroft from the Sunday Times.
3/20/20161 hour, 8 minutes
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Sunday Supplement - 13th March 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories. This week with Antony Kastrinakis of The Sun, Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday and Jeremy Cross of the Daily Star.
3/13/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 55 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 6th March 2016

Neil Ashton runs through the latest football stories with The Mail on Sunday's Oliver Holt, The Telegraph's Jeremy Wilson and Matt Dickinson from The Times.
3/6/20161 hour, 5 minutes, 50 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 28th February 2016

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with Shaun Custis from The Sun, Andy Dunn of the Sunday Mirror and Henry Winter from The Times.
2/28/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 20 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 21st September 2016

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, James Ducker of The Times, and Matt Law from the Daily Telegraph.
2/21/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 50 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 14th February 2016

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with Sam Wallace of the Daily Telegraph, Charlie Wyett of The Sun, and Mark Ogden of The Independent.
2/14/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 35 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 7th February 2016

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with John Dillon of the Evening Standard, Oliver Kay of The Times and the Daily Mail's Ian Ladyman.
2/7/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 5 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 31st January

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with John Richardson of the Sunday Express, Dominic Fifield of The Guardian and John Cross of the Daily Mirror.
1/31/20161 hour, 5 minutes, 35 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 24th January 2016

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with Paul Hayward of The Telegraph, Martin Samuel of The Daily Mail, and Jonathan Northcroft of The Sunday Times.
1/24/20161 hour, 8 minutes, 21 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 17th January 2016

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with Steve Bates of The People, Neil Custis of The Sun, and Martin Hardy of The Independent.
1/17/20161 hour, 6 minutes, 41 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 10th January 2016

A discussion of the latest football stories with Henry Winter of The Times, Jeremy Wilson of the Daily Telegraph and Shaun Custis of The Sun.
1/10/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 36 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 3rd January 2016

Neil Ashton is joined by the Daily Telegraph's Matt Law, the Sunday Mirror's Andy Dunn and Mail on Sunday's Rob Draper to discuss the main talking points from this weekend's Premier League matches.
1/3/20161 hour, 7 minutes, 4 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 27th December 2015

Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Alyson Rudd of The Times and Charlie Wyett of The Sun on Sunday gather to discuss the latest football stories.
12/27/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 18 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 20th December 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with guests Oliver Holt from the Mail on Sunday, John Cross of the Daily Mirror and Sam Wallace of the Daily Telegraph.
12/20/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 34 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 13th December 2015

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by The Sun's Martin Lipton, the Evening Standard's Patrick Barclay and Sam Wallace from the Daily Telegraph.
12/13/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 37 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 6th December 2015

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by the Daily Telegraph's Jason Burt, the Sunday Express's John Richardson and John Dillon from the Evening Standard.
12/6/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 46 seconds
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Super Sunday Podcast - 29th November

All the reaction and talking points from West Ham v West Brom and Norwich v Arsenal on Super Sunday.
11/29/201533 minutes, 46 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 29th November 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories led by Neil Ashton. This week's panel consists of Henry Winter from The Times, The Sun's Shaun Custis and Andy Dunn of the Sunday Mirror.
11/29/20151 hour, 6 minutes, 53 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 22nd November 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories, this week with Paul Hayward of the Daily Telegraph, Martin Samuel at the Daily Mail and Steve Bates of the People.
11/22/20151 hour, 7 minutes
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Sunday Supplement - 15th November 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories, with Matt Lawton of the Daily Mail, Jeremy Wilson of the Telegraph and Antony Kastrinakis of the Sun.
11/15/20151 hour, 6 minutes, 48 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 8th November 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories. Each week, four of Fleet Street's most respected sports journalists will be in the studio to sift through the big talking points.
11/8/20151 hour, 6 minutes, 53 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 1st November 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories. Each week, four of Fleet Street's most respected sports journalists will be in the studio to sift through the big talking points.
11/1/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 12 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 25th October 2015

A discussion of the latest football stories. Each week, four of Fleet Street's most respected sports journalists will be in the studio to sift through the big talking points.
10/25/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 52 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 18th October 2015

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by The Sun's Neil Custis, The Telegraph's Sam Wallace and Martin Samuel from the Daily Mail.
10/18/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 8 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 11th October 2015

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by The Sun's Shaun Custis, The Times' Alyson Rudd and Patrick Barclay from The Independent and Evening Standard.
10/11/20151 hour, 6 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 4th October 2015

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by John Dillon from the Evening Standard, the Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft and the Daily Star's Jeremy Cross.
10/4/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 3 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 27th September 2015

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Paul Hayward from the Daily Telegraph, The Sun's Antony Kastrinakis and Dominic Fifield of The Guardian.
9/27/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 28 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 20th September 2015

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Matt Law from the Daily Telegraph, the Mail on Sunday's Rob Draper and the Sunday Express's John Richardson.
9/20/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 39 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 6th September 2015

The Sunday Supplement panel discuss Wayne Rooney's England career, the future of Saido Berahino at West Brom and question whether Manchester United have over paid for Anthony Martial.
9/6/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 21 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 30th August 2015

The panel discuss Chelsea's terrible start to the season, Everton's ongoing saga with John Stones and Wayne Rooney's future at Manchester United.
8/30/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 46 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 23rd August

A discussion of the latest football stories. Each week, four of Fleet Street's most respected sports journalists will be in the studio to sift through the big talking points.
8/23/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 16th August

A discussion of the latest football stories. Each week, four of Fleet Street's most respected sports journalists will be in the studio to sift through the big talking points.
8/16/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 48 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 9th August

George Gavin is joined by Andy Dunn from the Sunday Mirror, the Daily Telegraph's Henry Winter and The Sun's Shaun Custis to discuss the start of the new football season.
8/9/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 56 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 17th May

The Sunday Supplement panel discuss the weekend's Premier League action, Sam Allardyce's future and Steven Gerrard's Liverpool farewell.
5/18/20151 hour, 31 minutes, 1 second
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Sunday Supplement - 17th May

The Sunday Supplement panel discuss the weekend's Premier League action, Sam Allardyce's future and Steven Gerrard's Liverpool farewell.
5/17/20151 hour, 31 minutes, 1 second
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Sunday Supplement - 10th May

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by the Daily Star's Jeremy Cross, the Mail on Sunday's Oliver Holt and Charlie Wyett from The Sun.
5/10/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 3rd May

The Times' Oliver Kay, The Daily Mail's Ian Ladyman and John Dillon all join Neil Ashton on Sunday Supplement this weekend.
5/3/20151 hour, 10 minutes, 18 seconds
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Sunday Supplement – 26th April

The Sun's Martin Lipton, the Daily Mirror's John Cross and Dominic Fifield from The Guardian all join Neil Ashton on Sunday Supplement this weekend.
4/26/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 53 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 12th April

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Matt Law from the Daily Telegraph, Alyson Rudd from The Times and The Sun's Neil Custis.
4/11/20151 hour, 9 minutes, 39 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 5th April

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Jeremy Wilson of the Daily Telegraph, John Richardson of the Sunday Express and the Sunday People's Steve Bates.
4/5/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 37 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 29th March

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Henry Winter from the Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Mirror's Andy Dunn and The Sun's Shaun Custis.
3/29/20151 hour, 9 minutes, 47 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 22nd March

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Jonathan Northcroft of The Sunday Times, Matt Lawton from the Daily Mail and The Sun's Charlie Wyett.
3/22/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 17 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 15th March

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by John Cross from the Daily Mirror, Daily Star's Jeremy Cross and Antony Kastrinakis from The Sun.
3/15/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 13 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 8th March

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Martin Samuel from the Daily Mail, Oliver Kay of The Times and The London Evening Standard's Patrick Barclay.
3/8/20151 hour, 9 minutes, 47 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 1st March

Neil Ashton leads a Capital One Cup final special with Henry Winter from The Daily Telegraph, Mail on Sunday's Oliver Holt and The Independent's Sam Wallace.
3/1/20151 hour, 5 minutes, 20 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 22nd February

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Alyson Rudd from The Times, Jason Burt of the Sunday Telegraph and the Daily Mail's Ian Ladyman.
2/22/20151 hour, 9 minutes, 33 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 15th February

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Dominic Fifield from The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph's Matt Law and sports journalist John Dillon.
2/15/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 24 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 8th February

The Sunday Supplement panel discuss several topics including the future of Jack Wilshere and the harming influence the loan system is having on clubs around the world.
2/8/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 3 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 1st Feb

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's football news. He is joined by Paul Hayward of the Daily Telegraph, Steve Bates from The People and the Mail On Sunday's Rob Draper.
2/1/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 35 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 25th January

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's biggest football news. He is joined by Henry Winter of the Daily Telegraph, Andy Dunn from the Sunday Mirror and The Sun's Shaun Custis.
1/25/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 8 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 18th Jan

Neil Ashton is joined by Patrick Barclay from The Independent and Evening Standard, Jason Burt of the Sunday Telegraph and The Sun's Martin Lipton to discuss the week's football news.
1/18/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 27 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 11th Jan

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's big football news. He is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, John Dillon from the Daily Express and The Sun's Neil Custis.
1/11/20151 hour, 8 minutes, 20 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 4th Jan

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's big football news. He is joined by Jonathan Northcroft from the Sunday Times, the Daily Mirror's Oliver Holt and Sam Wallace of The Independent.
1/4/20151 hour, 7 minutes, 32 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 28th Dec

Neil Ashton leads a discussion of the week's biggest football news. He is joined by Henry Winter of the Daily Telegraph, Shaun Custis from The Sun and the Sunday Mirror's Andy Dunn.
12/28/20141 hour, 11 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 21st Dec

12/21/20141 hour, 8 minutes, 40 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 14th Dec

12/14/201457 minutes, 9 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 7th Dec

12/7/20141 hour, 8 minutes, 52 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 30th Nov

11/30/20141 hour, 9 minutes, 2 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 23rd Nov

11/23/20141 hour, 9 minutes, 48 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 16th Nov

11/16/20141 hour, 8 minutes, 14 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 9th Nov

11/9/20141 hour, 9 minutes, 38 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 2nd Nov

11/2/201456 minutes, 49 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 26th Oct

10/26/20141 hour, 7 minutes, 46 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 19th Oct

10/19/20141 hour, 9 minutes, 31 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 12th Oct

10/12/20141 hour, 9 minutes, 17 seconds
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Sunday Supplement - 17th Aug

8/17/20141 hour, 7 minutes, 9 seconds