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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Commentsย (21)

Gavin James

fat water buffalo how is this racist?? this show is getting worse with all their virtual signalling

Sep 28th

Joshua Ryan Schroer

Supplement is back & solid Saturday of football unless you a West Ham fan like me๐Ÿ˜ขโš’

Sep 14th

Richard Holmes

This show is going downhill fast. Used to be crammed with great writers.... Clinton Morrison stating that scoring a hat-trick will give Mo Salah "mad" confidence... ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ

Sep 13th
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paul roberts

Seriously, swerve all the political talk and just concentrate on the football. This show has seriously been shite since Neil left

Sep 13th


welcome return of Pogba

Jun 21st

Kavin Thiru


May 6th

Kavin Thiru

I RC aAaW @omc zr6d and JB a namaste bzโ˜“ is a A

May 6th

paul roberts

boring, really this show needs to find a decent talking point besides going to var every chance they get

Feb 23rd

paul roberts

absolute joke, 23 minutes on man u and 4 on liverpool. worst part is, them 4 minutes are spoken by a fat scumbag who's no allowed near anfield or melwood

Jan 19th
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Wayne Jackson-Birkett

Great show but audio could do with been a bit louder and clearer

Jan 6th

Russ Collins

brilliant listening to this on 29th April. their views on solskjaer. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

Apr 29th

Lawrence McG

great show for exposing how thick British tabloid sports journos actually are

Sep 9th

David Rowney

I wish the audio was better. I really have to crank the volume in my car on this particular podcast. love the info and thoughts but it's such hard work!

Aug 5th

Joe Boyes

Couple of ridiculous statements from Cross. You have to win the World Cup to be an all-time great? So Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo aren't all that because they haven't won 1 tournament? Dear oh dear.

Jun 12th

Steve Wells

brilliant to hear so many journalists be so wrong on every front from England team selection to Sam allardyce. I guess if you don't really travel out of the south of England that's what you know! great listen though

May 22nd


Dec 27th

Jose Rodriguez


Dec 7th

Mark Palmer

ooh I could crush a grape

Nov 19th
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