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All under one roof: Essential Football, Super Sunday reaction, Monday Night Football talking points and more...
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Midfielder Dele is the special guest on Monday Night Football, joining Dave Jones and Jamie Carragher to look back on Chelsea's 6-0 thrashing of Everton. We hear from four-goal hero Cole Palmer, Chelsea defender Alfie Gilchrist - who scored the sixth - and Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino. Everton's James Tarkowski apologised to the fans after the match - we speak to him, plus we hear from manager Sean Dyche who called it an "ugly night" for his side. 
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Redknapp, Paul Merson and Kolo Toure to review what could be a decisive day in the Premier League title race as both Liverpool and Arsenal are beaten at home by Crystal Palace and Aston Villa respectively.
Bruno Fernandes twice hauled Manchester United level at Bournemouth as Erik ten Hag's side grabbed a barely-deserved 2-2 draw that further decreases their Champions League hopes. Hear analysis from Jamie Redknapp and Izzy Christiansen plus reaction from Dominic Solanke, Andoni Iraola and Erik ten Hag.
Ron Walker, Peter Smith and Nicholas Wright discuss the current situation at Manchester United and consider whether Sir Jim Ratcliffe's investment in the club can help them return to the top of English football.
Kelly Cates is joined by Roy Keane and Jamie Redknapp to review the action from Old Trafford where Manchester United drew 2-2 against Liverpool, and from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium where Spurs were 3-1 winners against Nottingham Forest
Arsenal moved back to the top of the Premier League with an impressive 3-0 win over Brighton at the Amex Stadium with goals from Bukayo Saka, Kai Havertz and Leandro Trossard. Hear analysis from Karen Carney, Alan Smith and Theo Walcott plus reaction from Saka, Havertz, Roberto de Zerbi and Mikel Arteta.
Ron Walker, Peter Smith and Richard Morgan discuss the huge clash between Manchester United and Liverpool at Old Trafford this weekend, and consider whether both sides must win the game as the Premier League season edges towards its conclusion.
Sky Sports Senior Reporter Melissa Reddy joins Ron Walker to discuss Xabi Alonso's decision to stay in Germany at Bayer Leverkusen, where Liverpool might turn next in their pursuit of Jurgen Klopp's successor, and will we see Ruben Amorim or Roberto De Zerbi on Merseyside?
Dave Jones is joined by Roy Keane, Micah Richards, Theo Walcott and Gary Neville to look back on the Super Sunday action from Anfield and the Etihad Stadium.Liverpool's 2-1 win over Brighton sends them two points clear at the top of the Premier League after Manchester City against Arsenal ends goalless.Hear from William Saliba, Martin Odegaard, Bernardo Silva, Mikel Arteta and Pep Guardiola, plus Jurgen Klopp as the title race takes another twist.
Jamie Redknapp and Dion Dublin dissect Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Brentford in the Premier League as both pundits slam the effort levels of Erik ten Hag's side. Plus, hear from both managers after Kristoffer Ajer's 99th-minute equaliser salvaged a 1-1 draw for the Bees in a thrilling finale.
Sky Sports football journalists, Ron Walker, Peter Smith and Sam Blitz are back after the international break to preview the huge Super Sunday games between Manchester City and Arsenal and Liverpool's match against Brighton.Could this be a decisive weekend to decide who will end up lifting the trophy? Where will City vs Arsenal be won or lost? Is this De Zerbi's audition for the Liverpool job?
Jamie Redknapp and Izzy Christiansen join Kelly Cates to analyse Fulham's 3-0 win over Tottenham in the Premier League as Marco Silva's men put a dent into Spurs' Champions League aspirations. 
Ron Walker, Peter Smith and Sam Blitz discuss the Premier League title race and make a case for each of the three contenders - Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City.
Arsenal legend, Ian Wright speaks to Dave Jones and Jamie Carragher about his footballing career, which took him on a journey from Sunday league football to Crystal Palace to Arsenal.Wrighty speaks about the pressure he felt when he joined the Gunners and his disappointment of not playing for England at a major tournament.
Jamie Carragher and Ian Wright join Dave Jones to look back at Chelsea’s 3-2 victory at home to Newcastle, with player of the match Cole Palmer inspiring the Blues with a goal and an assist. Hear from Palmer, as well as both managers – and you can watch the highlights for free at skysports.com.
Dave Jones is joined by Jamie Carragher, Roy Keane, Micah Richards and Daniel Sturridge to review the action from a compelling 1-1 draw between Premier League title rivals, Liverpool and Manchester City.
Listen to all the reaction from Arsenal's late win against Brentford in the Premier League as Kai Havertz headed home to put the Gunners top of the league. Jamie Redknapp and Karen Carney join Kelly Cates in the Saturday Night Football studio to analyse the game as Brentford manager Thomas Frank suggests that Havertz should have seen red for a second bookable offence.
It's Liverpool against Manchester City, Jurgen Klopp versus Pep Guardiola! Michael Dawson and Peter Drury join Sky Sports' Peter Smith to look ahead to this huge match at Anfield, which you can watch, live, on Sky Sports on Sunday.
Thierry Henry is the special guest on Monday Night Football with Jamie and Dave. The Arsenal legend talks in depth about the art of goalscoring, shares his thoughts on current strikers, and discusses his coaching roles to date.
Jamie Carragher and Thierry Henry join Dave Jones in the Monday Night Football studio to review the action from Arsenal's 6-0 hammering of Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.
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Nov 22nd
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Oct 15th
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Andrew

liverpool beat Real in 1981.....

May 27th
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Nov 30th
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James E. Ingram

why Tottenham have started the season so well and whether Arsenal can go unbeaten?

Nov 30th
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Kiat Huang

Oh and Kane is the Rooney of his generation. Top foreign clubs will tend not to want them because they are very English style centre forwards and they will be too expensive. Liniker was seen as a poacher, like Gerd Müller or Inzaghi and Bale was a unique phenomen, possibly more like Henry being a winger, before being put in a centre forward shirt (Bale to RM was bigger news than Henry to Arsenal though). Kane, would have to have a team adjusted around him and the big clubs and the big players at them aren't going to be too enthusiastic about that!

May 5th
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Kiat Huang

Really enjoy these podcasts with knowledgeable people. On Spurs, from a manager's perspective, there are two main issues: you are not working for Spurs, you are working for Levy. Spurs is a stepping-stone club for managers, not a destination. Managers go to bigger clubs afterwards and win trophies there. Spurs are not serial winners and are under illusions they can and will be. Managers at the top level know this.

May 5th
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Kiat Huang

This and the previous episode has been the best broadcast (pod, TV, radio) on the Super League scandal and aftermath. At its most fundamental level, like any sport, to play football you just need players. To make serious money out of football, you need fans. The current crop of billionaire owners treat European football as a business first, because they are are profit, not football, motivated.

Apr 25th
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finley_evans

Tough desicions

Jan 31st
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Zenon Dzula

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May 25th
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William Joseph

Souness you hero.what a man. cheers

Apr 7th
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Michael

if Manchester United end in top 4 or win the league before Liverpool,as the strong supporter of lfc,I will switch my loyal to Manchester United without hesitation.But if Liverpool win the league, United will remain my greatest enemies in football forever.

Jan 14th
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