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Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis to bring you the biggest stories and talking points in football.
364 Episodes
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
Comments (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 me😢⚒

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... 🤦‍♂️

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 bz☓ 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. 😁😁😁😁

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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