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.
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.
1 hour 3 mins
18 February Finished
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.
11 February Finished
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.
4 February Finished
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 hour 7 mins
21 January Finished
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.
14 January Finished
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.
17 December 2023 Finished