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Episodes

Could Ashworth bring Potter to Old Trafford? | Guardiola reveals why he 'feels sorry' for Man United | Howe defiant after Nagelsmann links

Sky Sports' Teddy Draper is joined by The Sun's Charlie Wyett and Martin Hardy from The Times as they discuss the possibility of Graham Potter heading to Old Trafford, Why Pep Guardiola 'feels sorry' for Manchester United and Eddie Howe's reaction to Julian Nagelsmann being linked to Newcastle.
01/03/24·20m 23s

Marcus Rashford speaks out following shock interview | Christian Horner denies more claims after alleged leaks

Sky Sports' David Garrido is joined by Jonathan Liew of The Guardian and The Daily Mirror's John Cross as the panel talk about the latest hot topics from the sporting world. Tonight's episode includes discussions around Marcus Rashford's latest interview published via The Players' Tribune, Erik ten Hag's issue with Fulham's Tik Tok channel and the current state of affairs regarding Red Bull principle Christian Horner.
29/02/24·19m 36s

Chelsea survive scare as pressure on Poch eases | More questions raised about Ten Hag's future at Man Utd | Klopp's kids impress again

Teddy Draper is joined by Sam Wallace of The Telegraph and David Ornstein of The Atheletic to discuss a busy night of FA Cup action as Chelsea squeezed past Championship side Leeds United, Manchester United scored a dramatic late winner at Nottingham Forest and Jurgen Klopp's young Liverpool side impressed again as they beat Southampton 3-0 at Anfield.
29/02/24·20m 58s

Haaland's back! | City run riot at Luton in the FA Cup | Is Rashford and Ten Hag's relationship beyond repair?

Mark Ogden of ESPN and Dave Kidd from The Sun discuss all the latest sports stories, including Man City's rampage at Luton in the FA Cup where they came away with a 6-2 win. They also look ahead to the Manchester derby, as it seems there are tensions between Erik Ten Hag and Marcus Rashford. Mauricio Pochettino also hits back at suggestions his job is under pressure, as they discuss what expectations Chelsea are currently facing.
28/02/24·20m 33s

Everton's 'complicated' points deduction | Has Bowen's magical hat-trick taken pressure off Moyes? | Can Pochettino revive Chelsea?

The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Independent's Miguel Delaney join David Fulton on Back Pages Tonight to discuss Everton's point deduction, David Moyes' stance after his West Ham team defeated Brentford 4-2, and whether Mauricio Pochettino will be able to revive Chelsea after the team lost the Carabao Cup to Liverpool.
26/02/24·20m 51s

Poch playing mind games ahead of Carabao Cup final? | Klopp rallies fans to show their passion | How big a blow will Hojlund’s injury be?

The Times’ Charlotte Dunker joins Andy Dunn from the Daily Mirror to discuss the headlines from Saturday’s back pages, including the build-up to the Carabao Cup final on Sunday between Chelsea and Liverpool. Erik ten Hag has revealed that in-form striker Rasmus Hojlund will be ruled out of next weekend’s Manchester derby, but how will that injury effect United’s push for a top-four finish? The panel also reviews the big stories from the cricket, rugby union and Formula One.
23/02/24·19m 59s

Taxpayers won’t fund new Man Utd stadium | Ten Hag needs Champions League football to keep his job

David Garrido is joined by Jonathan Liew from The Guardian and Martin Hardy from The Times to discuss the biggest stories from the back pages including taxpayers won’t fund Manchester United’s new stadium and United boss Erik ten Hag needs Champions League football to keep his job. Former Manchester City and England goalkeeper Joe Hart is to retire at the end of the season. England captain Jamie George opens up on the agony of losing his mum during the Six Nations. England pick Ollie Robinson and Shoaib Bashir for England’s fourth Test against India.
22/02/24·20m 26s

Liverpool earn crucial win in title race | Arsenal lose to Porto | Big job for Sir Jim Ratcliffe

David Ornstein of The Athletic and Craig Hope of the Daily Mail join Teddy Draper to look ahead at tomorrow’s headlines. Liverpool earn a crucial three points in the title race after beating Luton. Do they have the edge over Manchester City and despite injury setbacks, should they defeat Chelsea in this weekend’s EFL Cup final? Meanwhile, Arsenal lose to Porto in their first leg of the Champions League, but are they still fancied to win at home? Sir Jim Ratcliffe has big words on the future of Manchester United – Can he deliver? Finally, Ben Stokes is set to bowl again for England in their fourth Test against India.
21/02/24·20m 36s

Ratcliffe finalises minority stake at Man Utd | Man City beat Brentford | Injuries mounting for Liverpool

The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to discuss Sir Jim Ratcliffe completing a deal to buy a minority stake in Manchester United. They also talk about Manchester City's 1-0 Premier League win over Brentford and address Liverpool's mounting injury list ahead of the League Cup final.
20/02/24·21m 3s

What will Oliver Glasner bring to Crystal Palace? | Will Bayern Munich turn to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer? | Is David Raya proving doubters wrong?

Sky Sports' Will Perry is joined by The Sun's Charlie Wyatt and The Independent's Miguel Delaney to discuss the latest topics and news from the sporting world, including new Crystal Palace Boss Oliver Glasner, Bayern Munich's potential appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with the panel also looking into whether or not David Raya is proving his doubters wrong at Arsenal.
20/02/24·21m 36s

Has Klopp given seal of approval to Xabi Alonso? Support pours out to Sir Chris Hoy after cancer diagnosis

Sky Sports' Teddy Draper is joined by David Ornstein from The Athletic and Dave Kidd from The Sun as the panel discuss the latest topics and news from the sporting world, including whether Jurgen Klopp has named Xabi Alonso as his successor and the sad news that legendary cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has been diagnosed with cancer.
16/02/24·19m 53s

Horner speaks for first time since allegations | Hodgson in hospital | Mbappe to leave PSG this summer

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and talkSport's Shebahn Aherne join David Garrido to discuss Christian Horner, who spoke for the first time since allegations of inappropriate behaviour emerged. They also talk about Crystal Palace's Roy Hodgson being taken to hospital after he was 'taken ill' during training and Kylian Mbappe has told PSG he plans on leaving the club at the end of this season.
15/02/24·20m 30s

Why Ashworth to Man Utd is a 'headline move' | Trent to miss League Cup final | Rooney to take up YouTube boxing

Jason Burt of The Telegraph and ESPN's Mark Ogden explain why Manchester United's pursuit of Newcastle's sporting director Dan Ashworth is a headline move in the Premier League. Plus, with Trent Alexander-Arnold ruled out of the League Cup final, what does that mean for Liverpool's chances of lifting silverware in Jurgen Klopp's final season in charge of the club and is Wayne Rooney really going to take up YouTube boxing?
14/02/24·20m 14s

Newcastle fear losing Ashworth | Man City beat Copenhagen | Will Tottenham sign Gallagher?

The Mirror's John Cross and The Times' Charlotte Duncker join Chris Latchern to debate if Newcastle United should be concerned about losing sporting director Dan Ashworth. They also discuss Manchester City's 2-1 win over Copenhagen in the Champions League and address rumours surrounding a proposed Tottenham move for Chelsea's Conor Gallagher.
13/02/24·21m 8s

Have Chelsea turned a corner? | Guardiola demands more out of Haaland | Can Southgate persuade Mainoo to declare for England?

David Fulton is joined by The Mirror's Andy Dunn and Miguel Delaney from The Independent as they look at the back page headlines which include Chelsea's recent turnaround in results, Pep Guardiola demanding more out of his star striker Erling Haaland, and whether England manager Gareth Southgate can sway Kobbie Mainoo's mind in respresenting The Three Lions as he is also eligible to play for Ghana through grandparents.
13/02/24·18m 36s

Football unites against blue cards | City on target for another treble? | What's gone wrong at United under Glazers?

ESPN's Mark Ogden and Miguel Delaney of The Independent look at tomorrow's back pages where they discuss the introduction of blue cards in football, Manchester City's treble chances and what has gone wrong under at Manchester United under the ownership of the Glazers.
09/02/24·20m 59s

Does football need blue cards? | Southgate's future as England manager | Will Rashford play at Euro 2024?

Sky Sports David Garrido is joined by The Telegraph's Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt and the Daily Mail's Chief Sports Feature Writer Riath Al-Samarrai to discuss the morning's back pages. They discuss the introduction of blue cards for sin bins by Football's rule-makers and whether Gareth Southgate will select Marcus Rashford for Euro 2024. They also consider whether Southgate will remain England's manager after Euro 2024.
08/02/24·20m 23s

Chelsea beat Villa to relive pressure on Poch | Premier League reveal VAR frustrations | Ratcliffe unlikely to get funding for Old Trafford

Teddy Draper presents ‘Back Pages Tonight’ alongside Sam Wallace from the ‘Telegraph’ and Martin Hardy of the ‘Times’, who react to Chelsea’s FA Cup victory at in-form Aston Villa. They also give their opinions on news that the Premier League are frustrated about IFAB’s limitations surrounding VAR, and discuss Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s proposed vision of Old Trafford.
08/02/24·20m 57s

Ratcliffe eyes billions for taxpayer-funded 'Wembley of North' | UEFA could force Man City to sell Girona stake

Teddy Draper is joined by Dave Kidd from The Sun and John Cross from The Mirror to discuss the morning's back pages that include stories that Sir Jim Ratcliffe is potentially looking at replacing Old Trafford with a 'Wembley of the North'. Also UEFA could force Manchester City owners to sell their stake in Spanish side Girona.
06/02/24·20m 58s

Foden hat-trick in title warning | Olise to miss at least two months | Odegaard snaps back at celebration critics

The Times’ Martyn Ziegler and Andy Dunn of the Daily Mirror join us on Back Pages Tonight to discuss Phil Foden’s hat-trick as Manchester City sent a warning to their title rivals. They react to the news that Michael Olise will be out of action for at least two months and how it impacts Crystal Palace’s season. They also discuss the reaction to Martin Odegaard’s celebrations following Arsenal’s huge win against Liverpool.
05/02/24·19m 27s

Is Fury’s sparring injury a blessing in disguise? | Has Rashford’s goal erased Belfast controversy? | Will rising star Mainoo receive a call

The Independent’s Miguel Delaney and the Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai join us on Back Pages Tonight to discuss the postponement of the heavyweight fight between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk after the British boxer suffered a sparring injury. They also discuss Marcus Rashford’s performance in the game against Wolverhampton Wanderers as well as teammate and rising star Kobbie Mainoo’s international future.
02/02/24·20m 20s

Ten Hag issues Rashford warning | Fearless Bradley stars for Liverpool | PGA tour deal boosts Saudi Power

The Sun's Charlie Wyett and Martin Hardy of the Times join us on Back Pages Tonight to discuss Erik ten Hag’s warning to Marcus Rashford. Liverpool going five points clear at the top with Conor Bradley producing a special performance as they thumped Chelsea. They also debate the PGA Tour’s new partnership with Strategic Sports Group and where it leaves the LIV merger.
31/01/24·20m 59s

What now for Rashford? | Arsenal remain in title fight after Forest win | Robbie Williams to buy Port Vale?

Mark Ogden from ESPN and The Telegraph's Jason Burt discuss tomorrow's back pages including Marcus Rashford's situation at Manchester United and INEOS's signings, Arsenal's statement win at Nottingham Forest keeping them in the title fight and Robbie Williams' bid to buy Port Vale.
31/01/24·21m 28s

Is Arteta heading to Barca? | Rashford's Man Utd future in doubt | Will Van Dijk remain at Liverpool?

The Athletic's David Ornstein and The Mirror's John Cross join Nick Powell to discuss if Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will become Barcelona's new boss at the end of this season. They also debate Marcus Rashford's future at Manchester United and if Virgil van Dijk will remain at Liverpool following Jurgen Klopp's departure this summer.
29/01/24·20m 44s

Klopp leaving Liverpool is a ‘seismic shock’ | Alonso will be an exciting replacement | Pep: I will miss Klopp rivalry

Teddy Draper presents ‘Back Pages Tonight’ alongside Mark Ogden from ESPN and The Mirror’s Andy Dunn. Both review the major talking points from the sporting world, which include Jurgen Klopp’s surprise announcement that he will leave Liverpool at the end of the season, and both feel that decision will cause a ‘seismic shock’ amongst the footballing world.Xabi Alonso has now become the favourite to succeed Klopp at Anfield and they believe the Bayer Leverkusen manager will be an exciting appointment. After Manchester City’s narrow 1-0 win against Tottenham in the FA Cup fourth round, Pep Guardiola revealed that he will miss the rivalry with Klopp, but insisted that the German will be back in management.
27/01/24·20m 47s

Pep hits back at UEFA | Berrada ‘a coup’ for Man Utd | Baptism of fire for Hartley in India

The Telegraph’s Jason Burt and The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew discuss Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola’s response to UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin over comments the European governing body was right to punish the club for financial irregularities. The panel also look at the appointment of Omar Berrada as Manchester United’s new CEO, Coventry City boss Mark Robins’ words regarding racist abuse and Day One of the first Test between India and England.
25/01/24·19m 17s

Liverpool reach the Carabao Cup final | James Maddison's return for Spurs | Will Ratcliffe have a say on big decisions at United?

The Independant's Miguel Delaney and Charlotte Duncker from The Times, discuss tomorrows back pages including Liverpool reaching the Carabao Cup final after an aggregate victory over Fulham, James Maddison's return to the Tottenham squad and whether Sir Jim Ratcliffe will have a say in the big decisions at Manchester United.
24/01/24·20m 13s

Chelsea thrash Boro to reach Carabao Cup final | Phillips nearing loan move to West Ham | Newcastle reject Trippier bid

The Athletic's David Ornstein and The Sun's Charlie Wyett join Teddy Draper to discuss Chelsea's thumping 6-1 win over Middlesbrough, which saw them reach the Carabao Cup final. They also talk about Kalvin Phillips closing in on a loan move to West Ham United for the rest of the season and Newcastle rejecting a £13 million offer from Bayern Munich for Kieran Trippier.
23/01/24·20m 52s

Owen Farrell moves to Racing 92 | Mohamed Salah ruled out for up to one month | Virat Kohli withdraws from first two Tests against England

The Times' Martyn Ziegler and Riath Al-Samarrai of the Daily Mail joined us on Back Pages Tonight to examine what Owen Farrell's move to Racing 92 means for his England career after he signed a two-year deal with the French club. The panel also analysed the challenge Liverpool will face after Mohamed Salah was ruled out for up to a month having sustained a muscle injury while on international duty. Finally, Virat Kohli's decision to withdraw from India's side for the first two Tests against England for personal reasons was dissected - is it now advantage England ahead of the upcoming series?
22/01/24·20m 30s

Should Toney be named Brentford captain | Why are Arsenal struggling to score? | Luke Littler wins Bahrain Masters and hits a nine darter

The Sun's Charlie Wyett and Riath Al-Samarrai of the Daily Mail join us on Back Pages Tonight to discuss Ivan Toney's return to Brentford after an eight month gambling ban and whether he is right to be named captain. Arsenal trouble up front and Luke Littler's incredible nine darter on the way to winning the Bahrain Masters.
19/01/24·20m 8s

Salah injured in AFCON | Can Henderson’s reputation be salvaged? Keane attacks Man Utd

The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew and Martin Hardy of The Times look are looking at tonight’s back pages and begin with the potential disaster for Liverpool’s title hopes after Mohamed Salah was injured during Egypt’s game in the African Cup of Nations. Then after Jordan Henderson’s move to Ajax, they reflect on how much his time at Al-Ettifaq has damaged his reputation. His former head coach Steven Gerrard has announced that he’s happy in the Saudi Pro League, after signing a contract extension. Moving to Manchester United and Roy Keane has slammed his former team, claiming that rivals aren’t scared of them anymore. To add salt to the wounds of Erik ten Hag, Raphael Varane was seen at a ski resort during the winter break. Finally, Emma Raducanu was unfortunately knocked out of the Australian Open after having a stomach bug during the deciding set.
18/01/24·20m 38s

How much has Henderson been paid in Saudi Arabia? | Glazers could oust Ineos next year | Borthwick names new captain

Rob Jones is joined by The Times' Martyn Ziegler and Daily Mail's Craig Hope to discuss the morning's back pages that include stories on the fine detail in the deal between the Glazers and Ineos that could see Ineos be ousted next year. Also as Jordan Henderson looks to be leaving Saudi Arabia for Ajax, the amount he has been paid is revealed. Erik ten Hag orders Anthony Martial to train alone and Steve Borthwick names a new captain ahead of the Six Nations.
17/01/24·21m 1s

Profit and sustainability in the PL | What next for Mourinho? | Wiegman extends England contract to 2027

The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Independent's Miguel Delaney join David Fulton on Back Pages Tonight to discuss profit and sustainability in the Premier League, Jose Mourinho's future after being sacked by Roma and Sarina Wiegman's contract extension to the 2027 World Cup.The three also discuss the Lions star, Louis Rees-Zammit's decision to leave Rugby for the NFL.
16/01/24·20m 33s

Everton & Forest charged for financial breach | Messi wins FIFA award | Murray coming to the end?

Nick Powell is joined by ESPN’s Mark Ogden and The Mirror’s John Cross as they discuss Everton and Nottingham Forest being charged with breaching Premier League finance rules. The panel also debate whether Lionel Messi deserved to win the men’s player of the year at The Best FIFA Awards 2023 and Andy Murray’s future in tennis after exiting the Australian Open.
15/01/24·20m 24s

Newcastle ‘have no friends’ in transfer market | Is time ticking for Ten Hag at Man Utd? | Luton snatch draw with controversial equaliser

Rob Jones is joined by ESPN’s Mark Ogden and The Independent’s Miguel Delaney as they discuss Eddie Howe's comments that Newcastle ‘have no friends’ in the transfer market, amid struggles to sign players in the January transfer window. They also reflect on Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag’s defense of winger Antony, whether the end is near for the Dutchman at the club, and much more.
12/01/24·19m 51s

Controversy over Graves' return to Yorkshire | Sancho returns to Dortmund | Dier moves to Bayern

Jason Burt from The Telegraph and Jonathan Liew from The Guardian look at the latest developments in cricket with Colin Graves' return to Yorkshire. They also look at the latest transfer stories in football, including Jadon Sancho's return to Borussia Dortmund, and Eric Dier's move to Bayern Munich. And Andy Farrell is also discussed, after being announced as the British and Irish Lions' coach for their tour of Australia. Thoughts and tributes are also shared, following former England manager Sven Goran-Eriksen's diagnosis with terminal cancer.
11/01/24·20m 1s

Liverpool find a way to win again | Are Chelsea struggling for leaders in the side? | Graves makes a controversial return to Yorkshire

David Fulton is joined by Martin Hardy from the Times and John Cross from the Mirror as they discuss Liverpool's 2-1 win over Fulham in the Carabao Cup despite missing several players due to injures and international duty. The panel also, discuss whether Chelsea need to bring in players that have leadership qualities due to a lack of command on the pitch also Colin Graves' controversial return to Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
10/01/24·19m 36s

Chelsea suffer shock loss at Boro | Spurs sign Werner on loan | Liverpool suffer Trent injury blow

The Mirror's Andy Dunn and Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to discuss Chelsea's surprise 1-0 defeat at Middlesbrough in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final. They also talk about Tottenham signing ex-Chelsea striker Timo Werner on loan and how Liverpool will cope with Trent Alexander-Arnold's knee injury.
09/01/24·21m 3s

Tributes made to 'revolutionary' Beckenbauer who passes away at 78 | Man Utd beat Wigan to progress in FA Cup | Chelsea not concerned by FFP

The Sun’s Charlie Wyett and Charlotte Dunker of the The Times discuss the major stories from the back pages which include the sad news that German football legend Franz Beckenbauer passed away at the age of 78. They also react to Manchester United’s 1-0 win against Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup which sees them progress to the fourth round where they will face Newport County or Eastleigh.Despite the 2-0 win, Roy Keane was critical of United’s strikers, and the duo give their views on whether they will strengthen their forward line in the January transfer window. Mauricio Pochettino revealed that Chelsea are not concerned about their financial fair play situation and that they do not need to sell players in order to sign new ones, but Charlotte Dunker believes the targets they need will cost huge sums and the club will need to balance the books at some point soon.
08/01/24·21m 14s

Tottenham scrape through in the FA Cup | Eric Dier to Bayern Munich? | Will new hierarchy at Manchester United save Eric Ten Hag?

Martyn Ziegler from The Times and Charlie Wyatt from the The Sun discuss Tottenham's 1-0 win over Burnley in the FA Cup, transfer rumours including Eric Dier to Bayern Munich and Jadon Sancho back to Borussia Dortmund, as well as Owen Farrel's rumoured move to Racing 92.
06/01/24·19m 25s

What targets will new Man Utd owners set Ten Hag? | Is Littler ready to compete in the Premier League?

David Garrido is joined by The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and The Telegraph's Jason Burt to discuss what targets the new Manchester United owners will set Erik Ten Hag, whether or not teenage sensation Luke Littler is ready to compete in the Premier League and how Newcastle managed to infiltrate The Stadium of Light ahead of the Tyne-Wear derby FA Cup clash.
05/01/24·20m 47s

Littler loses to Humphries in final | Onana to play twice in 24 hours | Werner linked with Man Utd move

The Athletic's David Ornstein and The Independent's Miguel Delaney join Teddy Draper to discuss 16-year-old Luke Littler's 7-4 loss to Luke Humphries in the final of the World Darts Championship. They also talk about Andre Onana having to play twice in 24 hours after his AFCON exit was delayed and Manchester United reportedly being interested in signing former Chelsea striker Timo Werner in the January transfer window.
03/01/24·21m 39s

Can a loan move rejuvenate Sancho's career? | Does Rooney have a future in coaching? | 'Littler the star of the year already!'

Teddy Draper is joined by John Cross from The Mirror and Mark Ogden from ESPN as they discuss Jadon Sancho's future and if a loan move could help spark his career back into life, as well as if Wayne Rooney can still be a success in coaching going forward despite getting the sack after just 15 games in charge of Birmingham City. The panel also discuss Luke Littler's journey to the World Darts Championship and whether the 16 year old can go all the way.
02/01/24·21m 36s

Man City win the Club World Cup | Arteta warns of Anfield 'washing machine' | 'UEFA and FIFA needed a shake'

ESPN's Mark Ogden and The Sun's Charlie Wyett join Chris Latchem to discuss the back pages that include Man City's triumph against Fluminense to lift the Club World Cup for the first time in their history. Ahead of a big title race clash between Liverpool and Arsenal, Mikel Arteta warns of the Anfield 'washing machine'. Jurgen Klopp is pleased UEFA and FIFA got a shake after a court said banning clubs from joining the European Super League was unlawful. Aston Villa missed the chance to move top of the Premier League table after a 1-1 draw with Sheffield United.
23/12/23·20m 21s

Super League clear to form new plot | Four of ‘big six’ commit to UEFA | Ratcliffe’s United deal enters final stages

The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew and The Telegraph’s Jason Burt join David Garrido to discuss the news that the European Court of Justice have ruled UEFA and FIFA acted unlawfully when blocking the European Super League.They also discuss four of the 'big six' committing to UEFA as the Premier League rejects a new concept of the league. Also covered is the news that Sir Jim Ratcliffe's deal to buy 25 percent of Manchester United is entering it’s final negotiations.
21/12/23·20m 30s

Liverpool thrash West Ham | Are Guardiola's City as good as Fergie's Man Utd? | Nuno unveiled at Forest

The Athletic's David Ornstein and The Telegraph's Sam Wallace join Teddy Draper to discuss Liverpool reaching the League Cup semi-finals after thrashing West Ham 5-1. They also debate if Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are as good as Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United before talking about Nuno Espirito Santo becoming the new Nottingham Forest manager.
20/12/23·20m 34s

Newcastle Carabao Cup win a catalyst for Chelsea's season? | Was Steve Cooper's sacking inevitable and who will replace him at Forest?

The Independent's Miguel Delaney and Charlotte Duncker from The Times discuss Chelsea's penalty victory over Newcastle in the Carabao Cup and Steve Cooper's dismissal at Nottingham Forest and who will be replacing him?
20/12/23·21m 7s

32-team Club World Cup too much demand? | Kevin de Bruyne's return | Dream CL draw for English clubs?

John Cross from the Mirror and the Times' Martin Hardy give their views on the back page headlines, which include whether the demand is too high for players after FIFA announced a 32-team Club World Cup from 2025. The panel also debates if Kevin de Bruyne's return could be a title-deciding factor for Man City. They also analyse the Champions League last-16 draw and if it's in the English clubs' favour.
18/12/23·20m 26s

Are Liverpool championship contenders? | Will Chelsea give Pochettino more time? | GB athlete accused of doping

David Ornstein from The Athletic and ESPN's Mark Ogden give their views on the back page headlines, which include whether Liverpool are championship contenders, is Mauricio Pochettino's job is at risk or will the Chelsea give him more time, reaction to Tottenham's victory over Nottingham Forest and reports of a GB accused of doping.
15/12/23·19m 58s

Arteta avoids FA charge | Welch to make history as first female Premier League ref | Will Potter appointment get Man Utd fans excited?

The Mirror’s John Cross and The Guardian's Jonathan Liew give their views on the back page headlines, which include Mikel Arteta avoiding punishment from the FA for his comments after Arsenal’s controversial defeat to Newcastle. They also reacted to the news that Rebecca Welch will make history as she was appointed the first female referee for a Premier League game. Graham Potter has been rumoured to be INEOS’ first choice to replace current Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag, but John Cross questions whether that appointment would get the Old Trafford faithful excited.
14/12/23·19m 48s

Newcastle eliminated from Europe | Could Potter replace Ten Hag? | 'Swiss model' for Champions League

The Telegraph's Sam Wallace and The Independent's Miguel Delaney join Teddy Draper to discuss Newcastle's Champions League defeat to AC Milan, which saw them eliminated from the group stage. They also debate if Graham Potter might replace Erik ten Hag as Manchester United manager and talk about the proposed 'Swiss model' that will be used for the Champions League going forward.
13/12/23·21m 23s

'Where does Erik ten Hag go from here?' | Man Utd crash out of Europe | Turkish FA halt league games after club president assaults official

Teddy Draper is joined by Jason Burt from The Telegraph and Riath Al-Samarrai from the Daily Mail as they discuss Manchester United's 1-0 defeat against Bayern Munich, which saw the Red Devils finish third in their group resulting in an European exit. The panel also discuss the shocking scenes of match official Halil Umut Meler being hit to ground by MKE Ankaragucu president Faruk Koca with games in all leagues being postponed indefinitely by Turkish FA.
12/12/23·20m 48s

What would a Champions League exit mean for Man Utd? | Has it been a 'disaster year' for Chelsea? | Jofra Archer's return from injury

Will Perry is joined by The Sun's Charlie Wyett and The Mirror's Andy Dunn to discuss Tuesday's visit of Bayern Munich to Old Trafford - and what a Champions League exit would mean for Manchester United. They also talk about Jofra Archer's return from injury, plus look at whether Chelsea could be about to change their transfer policy.
11/12/23·20m 56s

Are Man City in crisis? | Is Ten Hag turning Man Utd around? | Rahm moves to LIV Golf

The Times' Martyn Ziegler and The Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to debate whether Manchester City's recent form is a blip or something more concerning. They also discuss if Erik ten Hag is beginning to transform Manchester United's fortunes and talk about Jon Rahm's shocking move from the PGA Tour to LIV Golf.
08/12/23·20m 15s

How damaging is Rahm’s switch to LIV golf? | Spurs squander another lead | Is Man Utd at a turning point?

The Guardians Jonathan Liew and ESPN's Senior Writer Mark Ogden discuss the biggest stories on the back pages including how damaging Jon Rahm's switch to LIV golf will be for the PGA tour and the Ryder Cup. The panel also debate if Manchester United is at a turning point following their victory over Chelsea or if the sides problems remain. Also covered is West Hams 'salt in the wounds' victory over Tottenham, as Spurs squander another lead.
07/12/23·20m 48s

Pressure mounts on Cooper at Forest | Villa stun out-of-form Man City? | Man Utd bounce back against Chelsea

The Independent's Chief Football Writer Miguel Delaney and The Athletic's football correspondent David Ornstein join Nick Powell to react to Wednesday's results in the Premier League. They discuss whether Nottingham Forest will stick with manager Steve Cooper as they continue their poor run of form with a 5-0 defeat to Fulham. And as Aston Villa defeat out-of-form Manchester City, they discuss whether they think Unai Emery's men could be a surprise title challenger this season.
07/12/23·21m 23s

Rice scores last-gasp winner in seven goal thriller | Raya back in spotlight | Do Man City deserve FA charge?

Teddy Draper is joined by The Telegraph's Chief Football Writer Sam Wallace and The Sun's Football Editor Charlie Wyett to discuss the biggest stories on the back pages including Arsenal's dramatic last-gasp winner that broke Luton's hearts which sent the Gunners five points clear at the top of the Premier League. Did Man City deserve their charge by the FA for failing to control their players?
06/12/23·17m 15s

Has Ten Hag lost Man Utd dressing room? | Haaland escapes FA punishment | New TV rights deal for Premier League

Nick Powell is joined by The Mirror's John Cross and The Daily Mail’s Craig Hope to discuss the increasing pressure on Manchester United’s manager Erik ten Hag. The panel also debate Erling Haaland escaping an FA charge for remonstrating with the officials in Manchester City’s draw with Tottenham. Also covered is the Premier League’s new TV rights deal, Chris Wilder’s potential return to Sheffield United and Nick Pope’s injury blow for Newcastle United.
04/12/23·20m 15s

Ratcliffe set to complete takeover on Monday | Souness slams Grealish | Rugby stars sue their sport

Teddy Draper is joined by The Mirror's Chief Sports Writer Andy Dunn and The Times' Northern Sports Correspondent Martin Hardy to discuss the biggest stories on the back pages. Sir Jim Ratcliffe's Manchester United takeover is set to be completed on Monday with Sir Dave Brailsford ready to launch a new era at Old Trafford. Graeme Souness slams Manchester City's Jack Grealish and big names are revealed in the concussion in rugby procedural hearing.
01/12/23·20m 4s

Will Farrell play for England again? Do journalists need to look at themselves? Could Onana miss AFCON?

Jason Burt of The Telegraph and Jonathan Liew of The Guardian look ahead to tomorrow’s back pages, starting with Owen Farrell and his potential choice to stay away from international rugby for over a year. Will he play for England again and should journalists take a look at themselves in the way they talk about professional athletes? Is it a good policy for Sir Jim Ratcliffe to want to recruit more homegrown talent at Manchester United and could Andre Onana miss the African Cup of Nations to avoid being dropped from the club?
30/11/23·20m 55s

Onana errors cost Man Utd | Newcastle's VAR stood down | Farrell misses Six Nations to focus on mental health

ESPN's Mark Ogden and The Telegraph's Sam Wallace join Teddy Draper to discuss Andre Onana's mistakes as Galatasaray came from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 with Manchester United in the Champions League. They also talk about the VAR for PSG's controversial penalty against Newcastle having been stood down by UEFA and debate Owen Farrell's decision to miss the Six Nations to focus on his mental health well-being.
29/11/23·19m 38s

Newcastle’s heartbreak after late VAR controversy | Man City seal top spot | Sin bins for cynical fouls and dissent?

The Independent's Chief Football Writer Miguel Delaney and The Daily Mail's Chief Sports Feature Writer Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to discuss the late VAR penalty controversy in Paris which leaves Newcastle’s Champions League fate out of their own hands. They discuss Manchester City’s comeback to seal top spot in their group against RB Lepzig. They also debate the call from the International Football Association Board for sin bins to be introduced for cynical fouls and dissent.
29/11/23·21m 35s

Newcastle's Champions league challenge | VAR controversy at Fulham | Jota's return?

The Athletic's Football Correspondent David Ornstein and The Mirror's Chief Football Writer John Cross join Nick Powell to discuss the challenge facing Newcastle in the Champions League, a controversial night in the Premier League at Fulham and the possible return of Jota to the British game.
28/11/23·21m 32s

Dyche up for Everton challenge | Guardiola managing City in League One? | Jackson’s journey to Chelsea

Mark Ogden from ESPN and Martin Hardy from The Times discuss Sean Dyche’s response to Everton’s 10-point deduction and look ahead to the game between Manchester City and Liverpool. The panel also discuss Nicolas Jackson’s journey to Stamford Bridge, Mauricio Pochettino’s management style and the differing reactions to refereeing decisions from Mikel Arteta and Ange Postecoglou.
24/11/23·20m 37s

City vs Liverpool is back! | Will Toney be a realistic January target? | Should Ramsdale leave Arsenal to save his Euros spot?

Jonathan Liew from The Guardian and Sam Wallace from The Daily Telegraph talk all things top two, with the upcoming match between Liverpool and Manchester City this weekend. They also talk about the possibility that Tottenham or Chelsea may get Ivan Toney this January, as well as a decision for Ramsdale regarding his Arsenal future.
23/11/23·19m 46s

FA to limit lighting Wembley arch | Is dissent being tackled enough in football? | Sir Jim Ratcliffe closing on Man Utd deal

The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Mirror's John Cross join Teddy Draper to discuss whether the FA is correct to stop lighting the Wembley arch for political issues and if enough is being done to tackle player dissent in football. They also debate what will happen at Manchester United should Sir Jim Ratcliffe finally purchase a stake in the club.
22/11/23·21m 32s

PL clubs vote against associated clubs loan ban | Wales fail to automatically qualify for Euro 2024

Teddy Draper is joined by Charlie Wyett from The Sun and Riath Al-Samarrai from the Daily Mail, as the panel discuss a whole host of sporting topics. Including, news that Premier League clubs voted against a ban on loan deals between associated clubs, Wales losing out on automatic qualification to Euro 2024 after drawing with Turkey and Tottenham face serious allegations after reports that they used an unlicensed agent, breaking FA rules, when selling English striker Jermain Defoe to Portsmouth in 2008.
21/11/23·19m 15s

How much do England’s Euros hopes rest on Kane? | Will political pressure impact Everton plight?

The Independent’s Miguel Delaney and The Athletic’s David Ornstein join Julian Warren to reflect on England’s 1-1 draw with North Macedonia. They debate the team's reliance on Harry Kane and the selection dilemmas facing Gareth Southgate ahead of next summer's Euros. The trio also discuss Everton's problems and their chances of having their points deduction reduced or overturned.
21/11/23·18m 12s

Everton deducted 10 points | Could Man City be penalised too? | England beat Malta to top group

ESPN's Mark Ogden and the Mail on Sunday's Rob Draper join Teddy Draper to discuss Everton's immediate 10-point deduction after having breached the Premier League's financial rules and whether Manchester City should be concerned regarding their 115 alleged breaches. They also talk about England's unconvincing 2-0 win over Malta, boosting their hopes of being seeded for Euro 2024.
18/11/23·20m 1s

Arteta charged over refereeing criticism | Southgate tired of fighting opinions | Could Sir Alex Ferguson steady the ship at Man United?

Charlie Wyett from the Sun and Martyn Ziegler from the Times discuss all the latest news including Mikel Arteta's charge from the FA for his criticism over referees in their game against Newcastle, and Southgate's press conference where he seemed to look tired of people questioning his England decisions.
16/11/23·20m 35s

Richard Arnold leaves Man Utd | Chelsea to face questions over FFP breaches | Anthony Gordon's national side dilemma

Teddy Draper is joined by The Athletic's football correspondent David Ornstein and The Mirror's chief football writer to discuss the biggest stories on the back pages including Manchester United chief executive's Richard Arnold departure from the club ahead of Jim Ratcliffe buying a stake in the club, reports that Chelsea could face fresh scrutiny over Financial Fair Play rule breaches during Roman Abramovich's tenure at the club and whether Scotland could tempt Anthony Gordon to play for their national side, as he awaits his senior call-up for England.
15/11/23·19m 34s

Ratcliffe demands Ten Hag to make up with exiled Sancho | Ramsdale's dad speaks out | Hayes appointed US women's head coach

Teddy Draper is joined by The Telegraph's Jason Burt and Andy Dunn from the Mirror to discuss the biggest stories on the back pages including Sir Jim Ratcliffe's demand for Erik ten Hag to make up with exiled big money signing Jadon Sancho. Aaron Ramsdale's dad speaks out about his son being dropped as Arsenal's number one goalkeeper, Chelsea manager Emma Hayes is confirmed as the new United States women's team head coach and Freddie Flintoff is the favourite for the Northern Superchargers head coach job.
14/11/23·20m 17s

Goodbye Sir Bobby Charlton | Palmer called up to England | Man Utd interested in Todibo

Miguel Delaney from The Independent and Charlotte Duncker from The Times discuss the big stories from tomorrow’s back pages. We start with the funeral of Sir Bobby Charlton and look at the career of arguably the greatest figure in English football history. Cole Palmer is then assessed after his first call-up to the England squad, whilst Raheem Sterling has been snubbed. Manchester United are looking to add French footballer Jean-Clair Todibo to improve their defence and there's also a question of this season being the first multi-team race since 2008. Finally the proposed Wimbledon expansion is looked at, which is being opposed by the public to save save Wimbledon Park.
13/11/23·19m 44s

Does Ten Hag deserve criticism? | VAR debates continue…

Miguel Delaney, Chief Football Writer from the Independent and Mark Ogden, ESPN's senior writer join Teddy Draper to discuss whether Erik ten Hag deserves criticism, the hot topic surrounding VAR and Emma Hayes’ decision to step down as the Chelsea Women’s head coach.
10/11/23·19m 50s

Klopp blasts officials after Liverpool lose | Ratcliffe questions United spending |Sterling misses out on fifth consecutive England squad

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and Craig Hope from The Daily Mail join David Garrido to discuss Liverpool's 3-2 to Toulouse in the Europa League as Jurgen Klopp criticises the officials after a late equaliser was ruled out by VAR. Plus, Brighton record their first ever win away from home in Europe and Gareth Southgate once again chooses against naming Raheem Sterling in his latest England squad.
09/11/23·20m 5s

United lose in Copenhagen | Arsenal beat Sevilla | Did Chelsea do enough to keep Hayes?

The Telegraph's Sam Wallace and The Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to discuss Manchester United's 4-3 Champions League defeat at Copenhagen and Arsenal's 2-0 win over Sevilla. They also talk about whether WSL side Chelsea could have done more to retain the services of manager Emma Hayes.
08/11/23·21m 10s

Mixed fortunes for Newcastle and City in the Champions League | Was Arteta right to speak out on VAR?

Jason Burt from the Telegraph and The Mirror's John Cross discuss Newcastle's loss to Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City cruising to victory against Young Boys in the Champions League.Was Mikel Arteta right to speak out against controversial VAR decisions.
07/11/23·20m 8s

Most dramatic match in Premier League history? | Chelsea beat nine men Tottenham 4-1

The Athletic's David Ornstein and Martyn Ziegler from the Times joins Jules Warren to discuss Chelsea's 4-1 win away at Tottenham in one of the most dramatic matches in Premier League history that saw two red cards been given, a hat-trick from Nicolas Jackson and further VAR controversy. David and Martyn also touch on Mikel Artera's comments after Arsenal lost 1-0 to a controversial goal to Newcastle and whether VAR is adding or taking away from a fans' viewing experience.
07/11/23·21m 2s

Rashford behaviour branded 'unacceptable' by Ten Hag | Tonali faces further betting ban

Mark Ogden from ESPN and Martin Hardy from The Times take you through all of the stories from tomorrow's papers, including Rashford's fallout with Erik Ten Hag, Tonali facing further punishments following his betting scandal, and a possible raid of Saudi League players to replace him at Newcastle.
03/11/23·19m 53s

What's going wrong at Man Utd? | Pochettino to make Spurs return | Mike Ashley to buy Headingley

The Telegraph's Sam Wallace and The Guardian's Jonathan Liew join Rob Jones to debate why things have gone so badly for Manchester United this season and discuss Mauricio Pochettino's return to Tottenham on Monday. They also outline how former Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has bought Headingley for £23 million from Yorkshire.
02/11/23·20m 28s

Man Utd dumped out of cup as pressure ramps up on Ten Hag | Arsenal lose to West Ham | De Bruyne unsure of injury return date

Charlie Wyett of The Sun and Charlotte Duncker from The Times join Teddy Draper to discuss Manchester United's 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford to a Newcastle side that made eight changes as the pressure on Erik ten Hag increases. Darwin Nunez scores as Liverpool edge past Bournemouth and in to the Carabao Cup quarter-finals. Plus, Arsenal are knocked out at the London Stadium, losing 3-1 to West Ham as Declan Rice receives a mixed reception from Hammers fans.
01/11/23·21m 0s

A difficult night in Belgium for Lionesses | Saudi World Cup bid explained | Pochettino believes Chelsea ‘made mistakes’ this summer

The Independent's Miguel Delaney and The Athletic's David Ornstein look at why the Lionesses couldn't secure a win against Belgium in the Women's Nations League. They also look at how Saudi Arabia became the only bidders for the 2034 World Cup alongside the controversies that surround this and Mauricio Pochettino's comments on Chelsea's summer are discussed as The Blues still struggle to see positive results.
01/11/23·20m 23s

Messi wins eighth Ballon d'Or | Will Bellingham win it next year? Ten Hag's troubles at Man Utd

The Mirror’s John Cross and The Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai give Lionel Messi his flowers after winning his eighth Ballon d'Or and wonder if Jude Bellingham could win it next season. They also share sympathy that Aitana Bonmati, who won the Ballon d'Or Feminin, for still having to deal with the Luis Rubiales issue, rather than just focus on her special night. Marcus Rashford is discussed after being seen out in a nightclub soon after losing 3-0 to Manchester City, which highlights everything that’s wrong at Manchester United at the moment and the troubles facing Erik ten Hag.
30/10/23·20m 49s

Are Spurs title contenders? | Manchester derby preview | England finish third at Rugby World Cup

The Sun's Charlie Wyett and The Mirror's Andy Dunn join Chris Latchem to debate whether Tottenham are Premier League title challengers following their 2-1 win at Crystal Palace and preview Sunday's Manchester derby. They also discuss England's hard-fought 26-23 victory over Argentina as they finished third at the Rugby World Cup in France.
27/10/23·20m 2s

England on the brink of World Cup exit after Sri Lanka loss | Tonali banned for 10 months | Bellingham to be used as striker at Euros?

David Garrido is joined by Jonathan Liew from The Guardian and Jason Burt from The Daily Telegraph to discuss World Rugby's decision to clear Bongi Mbonambi after England's Tom Curry accused him of using a racial slur. Plus, England's cricketers suffer another World Cup defeat in India and Newcastle's Sandro Tonali has been banned from football for 10 months over breaches of rules on betting on matches in Italy.
26/10/23·17m 35s

Everton's points deduction threat explained | A tough night for Newcastle

Teddy Draper is joined by The Independent’s Miguel Delaney and The Times’ Martyn Ziegler on Back Pages Tonight to discuss Newcastle’s defeat against Dortmund, Everton’s points deduction threat and England's challenge as they face Sri Lanka in the Cricket World Cup.
25/10/23·20m 38s

Red Devils redemption for Maguire & Onana | Paying tribute to Bill Kenwright | Ben Stokes' contract controversy

Sky Sports' Teddy Draper is joined by Mark Ogden from ESPN and Riath Al-Samarrai from the Daily Mail as the panel discuss all the latest topics in the sporting world, including significant Champions League victories for Arsenal and Manchester United, the sad passing of Everton chairman Bill Kenwright and the latest on Ben Stokes signing a one-year deal and rejecting a multi-year contract from the ECB.
24/10/23·18m 33s

Is Arteta to blame for David Raya’s nervy performances? Were England unprepared in ODI cricket ahead of the World Cup?

The Mirror's John Cross and The Times' Martin Hardy react to Tottenham’s win against Fulham that moved them back to the top of the Premier League. What impact has James Maddison had? Is it too early to count Spurs in the race for the title? Is Mikel Arteta to blame for David Raya's nervy performances? With England bottom of the group at the World Cup, were Joe Root's comments justified about England being unprepared in ODI cricket?
23/10/23·20m 29s

De Zerbi: Pep's successor at City? | How much have Chelsea missed a midfielder like Rice?

Sky Sports News' Teddy Draper is joined by The Independent’s Chief Football writer Miguel Delaney and ESPN Senior writer Mark Ogden discuss the latest on Sandro Tonali's potential ban for breaching betting rules. Whether Brighton's Roberto De Zerbi could be Pep Guardiola's successor as Manchester City manager? How much Chelsea have missed a player like Declan Rice, as well all the news from the Cricket and Rugby World Cup..
20/10/23·19m 14s

How close are Manchester United to reaching an ownership agreement | Tonali set to be sidelined following betting allegations

Jonathan Liew from the Guardian and Sam Wallace from The Telegraph talk all about the latest Manchester United ownership negotiations, following Jim Ratcliffe bidding for a minority ownership, and the new committee suggestions. They also talk about the recent investigations into Sandro Tonali's and Nicolo Zaniolo's betting activity, as well as the latest news from the Cricket World Cup.
19/10/23·20m 35s

Best players since 'golden generation' but is Southgate right person for England? | Tonali facing ban from football

The Telegraph’s Jason Burt and The Times’ Charlotte Duncker join Teddy Draper as they discuss if Gareth Southgate is the right person to lead England, the details behind the news that Newcastle midfielder Sandro Tonali is facing a ban from football and Manchester United are set to sell Jadon Sancho in January.
18/10/23·20m 16s

England secure qualification to Germany 2024 | Bellingham produces midfield masterclass | Ratcliffe still waiting on Man Utd deal

The Athletic’s David Ornstein and Riath Al-Samarrai of the Daily Mail react to the main stories from Wednesday’s back pages, including England’s 3-1 win against Italy which secured their progression to the European Championship finals in Germany 2024. They also highlight and discuss Jude Bellingham’s performance as the midfielder produced yet another midfield masterclass during the Three Lions’ win at Wembley. The duo also reflects on the news that Sir Jim Ratcliffe is still waiting for his minority bid for Manchester United to be ratified by the club.
17/10/23·20m 22s

Southgate backs Henderson | Sir Jim Ratcliffe pursuing United stake | England target revenge over Italy

The Mirror's John Cross and The Sun's John Cross join Rob Jones to reflect on Gareth Southgate's public backing of Jordan Henderson and discuss Sir Jim Ratcliffe pursuing a 25 percent stake in Manchester United. They also preview England's Euro 2024 qualifier against Italy, with the pair's last meeting at Wembley coming in the final at Euro 2020.
16/10/23·21m 51s

What next for Henderson and England following boos? 'Crunch-time' in the RWC!

Riath Al-Samarrai from the Daily Mail and Martin Hardy from The Times discuss England's narrow win over Australia, with Henderson being booed by the crowd following his move to Saudi Arabia. They also discuss the FA's decision to not light the Wembley arch in the Israeli colours, as well as a look ahead to the upcoming Rugby World Cup matches.
13/10/23·20m 15s

'Extreme VAR' frustrates Scotland against Spain | Can Rooney lead Birmingham back to the Premier League?

The Independent's Miguel Delaney and Rob Draper from the Mail on Sunday, discuss Scotland's disallowed goal and subsequent loss to Spain in their European Qualifier and Wayne Rooney's appointment as the new Birmingham City manager.
12/10/23·20m 33s

Could Harry Maguire be on the move? | New Birmingham boss Wayne Rooney a good fit? | Should VAR chats be broadcast in stadiums?

Sky Sports' Emma Paton is joined by Charlie Wyett from The Sun and Sam Wallace from The Telegraph as the panel discusses a whole host of topics from the sporting world, including where Harry Maguire could end up if he leaves Manchester United, if new Birmingham boss Wayne Rooney is a good fit for the club, and should VAR chats be broadcast in stadiums?
11/10/23·20m 29s

Match Officials Mic'd Up' is good, but what are we going to do about VAR? Can Kane continue to lead England in Euro 2028?

David Ornstein of The Athletic and John Cross of The Mirror appreciate the insight viewers get from Howard Webb and audio that’s shared on ‘Match Officials Mic'd Up'’, but still question the VAR process. Is it a strict and professional enough environment? Harry Kane says he will lead England in Euro 2028 and David and John don’t doubt the possibility, despite the fact he’ll be 35 years old. They also have their say on David Bernstein who has spoken up about the lack of discussion in English football on the Israel terror attacks and finally look at what a shame it is that Eden Hazard has been forced into retirement at the age 32.
10/10/23·20m 57s

Rooney returning to English management? | Injured Saka withdraws from England squad | Phillips set for City exit?

Jason Burt of The Telegraph and ESPN's Mark Ogden discuss Wayne Rooney's probable return to English football after Birmingham City sacked John Eustace amid links with the former England striker, Bukayo Saka was called up for England despite missing Arsenal's Premier League clash against Manchester City through injury but later withdrew from the squad after being assessed by staff and is Kalvin Phillips nearing the end at City after being unused in Sunday's clash with the Gunners?
09/10/23·20m 42s

Can Arsenal end City curse? | Is VAR ruining football? | Paul Pogba's future

ESPN's Mark Ogden and the Times' Tom Roddy look ahead to Super Sunday as Arsenal look to end eight years of misery against Manchester City. They also debate whether VAR is ruining football after that VAR call against Liverpool and wonder if Paul Pogba's career is in the balance after the Juventus midfielder's counter-analysis test resulted positive again for a prohibited
06/10/23·20m 44s

Southgate weighs in on VAR debate | Climate implications of 2030 FIFA World Cup? | Can England recover from Kiwi thrashing?

Sky Sports News' David Garrido is joined by The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew and The Mirror’s John Cross to discuss Gareth Southgate's comments on VAR, the implications of the FIFA World Cup being spread across three separate continents, and England's heavy defeat to New Zealand in their opening ICC Cricket World Cup match.
05/10/23·20m 19s

How far can Newcastle go in the Champions League after their 4-1 win over PSG? | Klopp's call for match against Spurs to be replayed

Sky Sports' Dharmesh Sheth is joined by David Ornstein from The Athletic and Sam Wallace from The Telegraph as they discuss Jurgen Klopp's calls for Liverpool's match against Tottenham to be replayed, Newcastle's 4-1 win over PSG and the news that Darren England won't be involved in another Liverpool game of the rest of the Premier League season.
04/10/23·20m 40s

Was Onana a good buy for Man Utd? What is the future of VAR? Lampard linked with managerial return

The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Sun's Charlie Wyett analyse whether Andre Onana was a good buy for Manchester United after several howlers since joining the club in the summer including one against Galatasaray in their Champions League defeat. What is the future of VAR and what can football learn from rugby? They also reveal which club Frank Lampard has been linked with in a return to management.
03/10/23·21m 40s

Can Chelsea kick on? How does VAR improve? Ratcliffe set to buy Man Utd minority stake

Sky Sports' Nick Powell is joined by The Times' Charlotte Duncker and Miguel Delaney from The Independent as they reflect on a whole host of topics from the sporting world. The panel discuss Chelsea's 2-0 win over West London rivals Fulham, the PGMOL's apology following VAR's error during the Tottenham versus Liverpool match and more.
02/10/23·20m 37s

Europe dominate Ryder Cup opening day | Fury v Usyk finally happening?

Sky Sports' Teddy Draper is joined by Mark Ogden from ESPN and Jeremy Wilson from The Telegraph as the panel discuss a whole host of topics from the sporting world, including Europe's dominant Ryder Cup display, Erik ten Hag's stance on Antony's latest situation and the latest on Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk agreed fight.
29/09/23·20m 35s

How could Liverpool's minority stake sale help the club? | The 'remarkable story' of Aston Villa's Castore kit | The 44th Ryder Cup preview

The Mirror's Andy Dunn and The Guardian's Jonathan Liew discuss how Liverpool's minority stake sale will help support the club financially. The pair also talk through the 'remarkable story' of Aston Villa's Castore kit, amid rumours the club's deal with the manufacturer could come to an end and also take a look ahead at the 44th edition of The Ryder Cup.
28/09/23·20m 0s

Manchester City quad bid is over | Chelsea goal drought over | Osimehn at war with Napoli

Chief Football Writer for The Independent Miguel Delaney and Martyn Ziegler, Chief Sports Reporter for The Times discuss Manchester City's exit from the Carabao Cup at the hands of Newcastle, Chelsea's win at home to Brighton and the treament of Victor Osimhen by Napoli in Italy.
28/09/23·21m 31s

Manchester United's crucial month | Pep's bus rant | Arteta plots Toney bid

The Athletic's David Ornstein and the Telegraph's Sam Wallace say the next few weeks are crucial for Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag - with six of their next seven games at Old Trafford. They also discuss Mikel Arteta's plans to move for Brentford striker Ivan Toney - and Manchester City's bus ride home!
26/09/23·19m 59s

Will Toney join Arsenal? | Sancho's United future in doubt | Ryder Cup preview

The Mirror's John Cross and Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai join Nick Powell to debate whether Brentford's Ivan Toney will join Arsenal and if Jadon Sancho can resolve his differences with Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag. They also preview this weekend's Ryder Cup between Europe and the United States.
25/09/23·20m 32s

David de Gea set to retire at 32? | Will 'Angeball' work against Arsenal? | Martin Odegaard's potential 2015 transfer to Spurs!

ESPN'S Mark Ogden and The Daily Mirror's John Cross take a look at David de Gea's future after spectulation that the former Manchester United goalkeeper could retire from football at the age of 32. They also preview this weekend's highly anticipated North London derby and discuss Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard's potential 2015 transfer to Spurs!
22/09/23·19m 47s

United turmoil analysed | Liverpool win Europa League opener | North London derby preview

Daily Mail's Craig Hope and The Guardian's Jonathan Liew join David Garrido to dissect Manchester United's recent poor run of form and discuss the opening games in this season's Europa League, which included Liverpool coming from behind to win at LASK. They also preview Sunday's enthralling North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham.
21/09/23·21m 47s

Has Ten Hag lost a connection with his players? | Arsenal show convincing display on UCL return | Kane questions going back to Spurs

Sam Wallace of The Telegraph and The Independent’s Miguel Delaney react to Manchester United’s 4-3 defeat to Bayern Munich and question if Erik Ten Hag has lost a connection with his players. Arsenal returned to the Champions League in emphatic fashion in their 4-0 win against PSV in what was a convincing performance by the Gunners. After it was revealed Tottenham inserted a buy-back clause in Harry Kane’s transfer to Bayern Munich, reports suggest the England captain may not be keen on a return whilst Daniel Levy remains in charge of the club.
20/09/23·20m 43s

Newcastle hold on for point against AC Milan | Holders Man City begin defence with win | Levy reveals Kane buy-back clause

Rob Draper from The Mail on Sunday and Martin Hardy from The Times discuss Newcastle's draw against AC Milan at the San Siro, Champions League holders Manchester City beginning their defence with a win over Red Star Belgrade plus Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy reveals that the club inserted a buy-back clause for Harry Kane.
19/09/23·20m 30s

Was Burnley's handball decision justified? | Will the 777 Everton takeover be completed? | Will Arsenal drop Ramsdale?

David Ornstein from The Athletic and Jason Burt from The Telegraph join David Fulton on Back Pages Tonight to discuss the Premier League game between Nottingham Forest and Burnley, Everton's potential 777 takeover and whether Arsenal will drop Aaron Ramsdale, plus much more from the world of sport.
18/09/23·20m 37s

Could new ownership be a turning point for Everton? | Is Sancho's time up at Man Utd? | Borthwick questions red card inconsistency

Teddy Draper is joined by Charlotte Duncker from The Times and Dave Kidd from The Sun as they discuss the Everton's new ownership, Jadon Sancho's situation at Manchester United and Steve Borthwick's views on red card inconsistency in the Rugby World Cup.
15/09/23·19m 55s

Ten Hag demanding Sancho apology | Maguire's Mum slams critics | Walker pens new City deal

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and The Telegraph's Jason Burt discuss the latest with Manchester United and Jadon Sancho as the player is forced to train on his own and the manager demanding an apology. Plus, Harry Maguire's mum has slammed critics for the treatment of her son and Manchester City's Kyle Walker signs a new long-term deal with the club.
14/09/23·19m 19s

Can Maguire silence boo boys? | Cricket's 'rock and roll' star Stokes | Is there a way back for Sancho?

The Mirror’s John Cross and The Telegraph’s Sam Wallace look at the biggest headlines from the back pages, after Harry Maguire responded to the criticism he is currently receiving from some quarters. The pair talk about the potential of Jude Bellingham and question whether there is a way back for Jadon Sancho at Manchester United. The panel also discuss Ben Stokes’ new record ODI score of 182 as England beat New Zealand in the third ODI.
13/09/23·20m 21s

Is Bellingham the new Gazza? US firm interested in buying Everton | Curry banned for two matches in Rugby World Cup

Teddy Draper is joined by ESPN’s Mark Ogden and the Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai to look at the biggest headlines from the back pages, after England beat Scotland 3-1 in an international friendly. As Jude Bellingham stars, they discuss comparisons to Paul Gascoigne and question the pace of the defence being England’s only real weakness. With a US firm interested buying Everton, how would the fans feel about the takeover? Finally, looking at the Rugby World Cup, it’s felt that England made the right call to accept the two-match ban for Tom Curry, but believe there’s still an inconsistency in decisions around tackling in the sport.
12/09/23·17m 36s

Ratcliffe makes fresh Man Utd takeover admission | Pogba could face lengthy ban | Preview to Scotland vs England

The Mirror's Andy Dunn and The Independent's Miguel Delaney discuss the biggest back page headlines including the possibility of Paul Pogba facing a lengthy ban after being provisionally suspended for an anti-doping offence and a new admission by Sir Jim Ratcliffe about his Manchester United bid. Phil Foden's best position for England is debated along with whether it's right for players to switch their international allegiance. The crunch match between Scotland and England is also previewed ahead of Tuesday's meeting between the two old rivals.
11/09/23·19m 9s

Win or bust for England at the Rugby World Cup? | France stun New Zealand in opener | Southgate talks up chances of Euros win

Teddy Draper is joined by Jeremey Wilson from The Telegraph and Tom Roddy from The Times to discuss the start of the Rugby World Cup as France beat New Zealand in Paris to kick-off the tournamnet and England prepare to face Argentina. Plus, ahead of England's European Championships Qualifier with Ukraine, Gareth Southgate talks up the chances of winning the tournament in Germany next summer.
08/09/23·20m 56s

Could Rooney be set for a sensational return to English football? | Will club state ownerships be blocked?

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and The Times' Martin Hardy reveal which Football League club is attempting to lure Wayne Rooney back to English football, Premier League clubs' plans to lobby the UK government to block state ownership and whether Mohamed Salah could eventually sign for Al Ittihad in the near future. They also discuss England's chances of winning the Rugby World Cup and the latest on Jadon Sancho's situation with Manchester United.
07/09/23·20m 33s

John Terry to begin managerial career in Saudi Arabia? | England set to pick surprising side for Rugby WC opener

Sky Sports' Teddy Draper is joined by The Independent's Miguel Delaney and The Times' Martyn Ziegler as they discuss a host of topics from across the sporting world, such as John Terry's managerial prospects in Saudi Arabia, abuse allegations against Manchester United's Antony and England's preparation for the Rugby World Cup.
06/09/23·20m 32s

Were Henderson's comments 'naive' over Saudi move? | Vilda sacked as Spain head coach | United's share price plunges

ESPN's Mark Ogden and Riath Al-Samarrai of the Daily Mail look ahead to the latest back page headlines, including Jordan Henderson's comments over Saudi move, Jorge Vilda sacking as Spanish Women's head coach and Manchester United plummeting share price.
05/09/23·20m 43s

Is there a way back for Sancho at Utd? | Al Ittihad to bid world-record £215 million for Salah | Southgate to leave England after Euro’s?

The Sun's Football Editor Charlie Wyett and Chief Football writer for the Mail on Sunday Rob Draper look ahead to the back page headlines the latest headlines, including whether there is any chance of Jadon Sancho getting back in Erik Ten Hag’s good books after the winger’s public disagreement with the Man Utd manager. They also discuss the news that Al Ittihad are going to submit a new bid for Mo Salah which will be a world-record £215 million, as well as the rumours that the FA will target Pep Guardiola if Gareth Southgate decides to leave England after the European Championships next summer.
04/09/23·18m 45s

Sterling reacts to latest England squad omission | Are Man Utd panic buying? | Saudi Arabia target 2034 World Cup bid

David Garrido presents ‘Back Pages Tonight’ alongside The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew and The Times’ Tom Roddy who discuss the latest headlines from the back pages, including Raheem Sterling’s omission from Gareth Southgate’s latest England squad. Whether Manchester United’s late activity in the transfer window suggests they have left their business too late and are panic-buying. As well as reacting to the news that Saudi Arabia appears to be targeting a bid to host the 2034 World Cup.
31/08/23·19m 38s

Why have Man City decided to offload academy star Palmer? | Liverpool chase Gravenberch | England Women cricketers to get equal pay

The Athletic's David Ornstein and The Mirror's John Cross discuss the morning's back pages which include big transfer news as Man City decide to offload academy graduate Cole Palmer to rivals Chelsea, the latest on Liverpool's chase of Bayern Munich midfielder Ryan Gravenberch and whether there is still life in Al Ittihad's pursuit of Mohamad Salah. Finally what it means for cricket as England women's cricketers secure equal pay in relation to the men's team after they set attendance records against Australia this summer.
30/08/23·16m 24s

Angry Ange, Spurs crash out of Cup | It's no joke now Virgil, Refs clamp down on dissent

Charlotte Duncker from The Times and the Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai discuss Spurs' early exit form the Carabao Cup to Fulham, Virgil van Dijk punishment for dissent and Manchester United's loan move for Marc Cucurella from Chelsea.
29/08/23·21m 21s

Rubiales faces fresh calls for resignation | FIFA opens disciplinary proceedings over kiss | Spanish prosecutors open pre-trial inquiries

Jason Burt from The Telegraph and Miguel Delaney of The Independent discuss a turbulent day for Spanish football as FIFA opened disciplinary proceedings against RFEF president Luis Rubiales, Spanish prosecutors started pre-trial inquiries concerning the kiss and regional presidents of the Spanish FA requested the immediate resignation of Rubiales.
28/08/23·19m 20s

Sterling inspires Chelsea to first win under Poch | Ten Hag blasts Man Utd players | Spain women won't play until Rubiales removed

ESPN's Mark Ogden and The Times' Martin Hardy look back at Chelsea's 3-0 win over Luton Town, Erik Ten Hag losing patience with the Manchester United players, and Spain's World Cup-winning women's team saying they will not play any matches for the country until Luis Rubiales has been removed from his job.
25/08/23·20m 34s

Will Mo Salah move to Al Ittihad? | Man Utd reject world record bid for England goalkeeper | Nike bow to pressure from Lionesses

The Independents Miguel Delaney and The Guardians Jonathan Liew discuss if Mo Salah would leave Liverpool for Saudi Pro League club Al Ittihad, Manchester Uniteds rejection of a world record bid for England goalkeeper Mary Earps from an unnamed club and the u-turn by Nike on their controversial decision to not sell Earps' replica England shirt.
24/08/23·20m 39s

Everton finances a real worry | Who will replace De Bruyne at City?

The Daily Telegraph's Jason Burt and John Cross of The Mirror discuss Everton's finances after the MSP Sports Capital investment deal collapsed,who will come in to replace Kevin De Bruyne at Manchester City and Josh Kerr sensational gold medal in the 1500m at the World Athletics Championships.
23/08/23·20m 28s

Man Utd on cusp of Qatari sale | Farrell banned, will miss opening 2 RWC games

Teddy Draper is joined by Andy Dunn from The Mirror and David Ornstein from The Athletic as they catch up on all the red-hot stories from within the sporting world. The panel discuss Manchester United's potential sale to Qatari royal Sheikh Jassim and Owen Farrell's four-match suspension that will see the England captain miss their opening two games of the World Cup.
22/08/23·20m 16s

Man Utd make Greenwood decision | Arsenal win at Palace | Toney speaks out

Charlotte Duncker from The Times and The Sun's Charlie Wyatt join Jo Wilson to discuss Manchester United's decision to part ways with Mason Greenwood and what happens next, Arsenal's 1-0 win at Crystal Palace and Ivan Toney's outspoken interview on his eight-month ban.
22/08/23·19m 37s

Wiegman to stay on as England manager | Man City move for Paqueta on hold | Kane’s perfect Bundesliga debut

Teddy Draper is joined by ESPN’s Mark Ogden and The Times’ Martyn Ziegler to look ahead to the Women’s World Cup Final between England and Spain and discuss the news that Sarina Wiegman will stay on England manager. Gianni Infantino’s latest comments are looked at, as well as Manchester City’s pursuit of Lucas Paqueta. Finally, the panel discuss Harry Kane’s Bundesliga debut for Bayern Munich.
18/08/23·20m 10s

Could Sarina Wiegman take England men’s job? The ‘circus’ of Owen Farrell & Raya vs Ramsdale

David Garrido is joined by The Mirror’s John Cross and The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew to discuss if Sarina Wiegman could manage the men’s England team and question the timing of the topic ahead of the World Cup final. Andy Farrell’s ‘circus’ comments of his son Owen’s tackle are then looked at, followed by Michael Olise’s decision to stay at Crystal Palace over a move to Chelsea. Finally, John Cross would understand if Aaron Ramsdale feels hard done by, by Arsenal's signing of David Raya.
17/08/23·19m 56s

What are England's chances of winning the World Cup? | Liverpool pursuing Wataru Endo is a 'short term solution'

Teddy Draper is joined by The Times’ Tom Roddy and The Sun’s Jack Rosser to discuss the back pages. They look ahead to the Women’s World Cup final and analyse England’s chances of beating Spain. They give insight into what Liverpool's pursuit of Stuttgart's Wataru Endo indicates about the club's transfer strategy. With Harry Kane doing an exclusive interview with Sky Sports, his trophy mindset is discussed. In addition to Jurrien Timber's injury and its likely impact on Arsenal.
16/08/23·20m 30s

'Spy-gate' rumours surround Lionesses WC semi-final | How will De Bruyne injury effect City? | Chelsea beat Liverpool to another signing

The Sun's Dave Kidd and The Telegraph's Sam Wallace react to the news that the World Cup hosts Austrailia may have spied on the Lionesses ahead of the World Cup semi-final on Wednesday. They both also give their views on the news that Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne could be out for four months as well as the reports that Chelsea are close to signing Southampton's Romeo Lavia ahead of Liverpool, which will be the second midfielder in a week to prefer Stamford Bridge over Anfield.
15/08/23·20m 26s

Man Utd edge past Wolves | Chelsea sign Moises Caicedo | Ben Stokes ready to return for World Cup

The Sun's Charlie Wyett and The Telegraph's Jeremy Wilson look back at Manchester United's win over Wolves and discuss if the away side should have been awarded a penalty. They talk about Chelsea's latest signing and what impact Moises Caicedo will have at Stamford Bridge. Plus, Ben Stokes' retirement U-turn as he looks to return to the England ODI squad ahead of the World Cup.
14/08/23·20m 47s

Is Kane the missing piece for Bayern? | Did Pep take Haaland exchange too far? | Can England progress without James?

The Sun's Jack Rosser and The Times' Martin Hardy join us for our latest episode to discuss the news from the opening night of the Premier League as Haaland scored a brace and was then berated by manager Pep Guardiola at half-time.They debate whether Tottenham will be able to replace Harry Kane who is having his medical for Bayern Munich as a deal looks closer to happening.They also discuss how Sarina Wiegman will replace Lauren James ahead of England's quarter-final match against Colombia in the World Cup.
11/08/23·21m 12s

Will Kane join Bayern now a deal has been agreed? | Liverpool set to seal British-record deal for Caicedo

The Daily Mirror’s Andy Dunn and The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew join us for our latest episode to discuss the news that Bayern Munich have agreed a deal to sign Tottenham’s Harry Kane with a decision on the move expected imminently from the player’s camp.They debate whether Liverpool looking set to sign Brighton's Moises Caicedo in a British-record deal turns a frustrating summer transfer window for the club into a good one. They also discuss the news that England’s Lauren James has been given a two-match ban for her red card against Nigeria in the Women's World Cup.
11/08/23·19m 33s

Is Maguire's move to West Ham a good one? | Do they need to hold onto Lucas Paquetá?

Tom Roddy from The Times and Craig Hope from the Daily Mail talk through Harry Maguire's likely transfer to West Ham, who may also be joined by James Ward-Prowse, as well as if they should try and hold on to Lucas Paquetá. They also chat about the huge rise of the Saudi League, and how much it will impact football, in particular the Premier League.
09/08/23·20m 13s

Julen Lopetegui leaves Wolves | Chelsea financial investigation concerns | Bayern's last-ditch attempt for Harry Kane

The Times' Charlotte Duncker and The Telegraph's Jason Burt agree that the timing of Julen Lopetegui's exit from Wolves is 'far from ideal'. They also discuss the Premier League's investigation into Chelsea for alleged financial rule breaches during Roman Abramovich's ownership of the club, and whether Bayern Munich's last-ditch attempt to sign Harry Kane is really their 'final offer'.
08/08/23·19m 54s

England advance to Women's World Cup quarter-finals | James sent-off and expecting three game ban | Bayern's final Kane bid rejected

Dave Kidd from The Sun and Martyn Ziegler of The Times discuss England's win over Nigeria at the Women's World Cup as Chole Kelly scores the deciding penalty as Sarina Wiegman's side advance to the quarter-finals. Lauren James is expected to miss the remainder of the tournament after being sent-off for stamping on an opponent. Plus, the latest news on Harry Kane's move to Bayern as the German club have what they claim is their final bid rejected by Tottenham.
07/08/23·19m 54s

Will Kane move to Bayern by the midnight deadline? | Is it crunch-time for David Moyes?

Jeremy Wilson from The Telegraph and Martin Hardy from The Times discuss all things Harry Kane ahead of the likely midnight deadline that Bayern Munich have given Daniel Levy and Tottenham. They also discuss the growing pressure on David Moyes at West Ham as well as Mikel Arteta's ongoing mission at Arsenal.
04/08/23·20m 25s

Ramsdale condemns homophobia in football | Chelsea chasing Caicedo | Brady becomes part owner of Birmingham

The Telegraph's Jason Burt and The Mail on Sunday's Rob Draper join David Garrido to discuss Aaron Ramsdale's article for the Players' Tribune, which saw him condemn homophobia in football. They also debate whether Chelsea will eventually sign Brighton's Moises Caicedo before talking about NFL legend Tom Brady becoming a minority owner of Championship side Birmingham City.
03/08/23·19m 42s

Is Gvardiol the perfect upgrade for Man City? | Jamaica Women trailblaze to World Cup knockout stages

The Times’ Tom Roddy and The Sun’s Dave Kidd join Teddy Draper to discuss Man City’s new signing Josko Gvardiol and Jamaica Women securing a place in the Women’s World Cup knockout stages for the first time in history.The panel also discuss Levi Colwill signing a long-term contract at Chelsea and England’s World Test Championship point deduction.
02/08/23·19m 17s

Was Lucy Bronze’s reaction justified? Klopp predicts Man City title win | Should Kane talk to Spurs fans?

Emma Paton is joined by ESPN’s Mark Ogden and the Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai and start by looking at Lauren James’ incredible performance against China in the Women’s World Cup, then discuss whether Lucy Bronze’s decision to snub shaking the referee’s hand was justified. Stuart Broad’s Ashes career is analysed and it’s thought he’ll be missed by England AND Australia. Next up, is Jurgen Klopp playing mind games saying Manchester City are the only team that can possibly win the Premier League? Then finally Mark Ogden questions whether Harry Kane should be talking to the Tottenham fans and wonders if Rasmus Hojlund can handle the pressure of being Manchester United’s number nine.
01/08/23·20m 4s

England claim stunning Ashes draw | Kane nearing Bayern move? | Lionesses look to Stanway as Walsh replacement

The Independent's Miguel Delaney and Charlie Wyett from The Sun discuss England's stunning 49-run victory against Australia at The Oval as Stuart Broad claimed a wicket with the final ball of his career to draw the Ashes series 2-2. Plus, the latest on Harry Kane's potential move from Tottenham to Bayern Munich and England's Lionesses face China in their final World Cup group game.
31/07/23·21m 17s

Can England stop Australia? | Is Beckham right about Glazers? | Chelsea fined for financial irregularities

The Athletic's David Ornstein and The Times' Martyn Ziegler discuss Steve Smith's controversial not-out in day two of the fifth Ashes Test and if England can stop Australia to win this Ashes Test. They also give greater insight into David Beckham's interview with The Athletic and why he believes that the Glazers should sell Manchester United amid the confusion if they will sell the club. Ornstein and Ziegler also talk about Chelsea's £8.6m fine for breaching Financial Fair Play by UEFA and how it affects the club.
28/07/23·20m 24s

Are footballers social activists? | Will Spurs sell Kane? | Brook bolsters England’s batting strength

David Garrido is joined by Jonathan Liew, Sports Writer for the Guardian and Chief Sports Reporter for The Telegraph, Jeremy Wilson as they discuss the influx of players to Saudi Arabia, the ongoing speculation of Harry Kane’s future at Spurs and England’s batting performance so far in the 5th Ashes test at The Kia Oval.
27/07/23·19m 43s

Mbappe not interested in meeting Al-Hilal representatives | Should Henderson explain Saudi move?

Charlotte Duncker of The Times and Riath Al-Samarrai of the Daily Mail discuss all of the headlines for tomorrow's papers including Kylian Mbappe's disinterest in moving to Saudi league, Jordan Henderson's confirmed move to Al-Ettifaq, and the Republic of Ireland's heartbreaking exit from the Women's World Cup.
26/07/23·20m 14s

Bayern Munich increasingly confident of signing Kane | Will Wiegman look to change her side for Denmark test?

The Daily Mirror’s Andy Dunn and The Mail on Sunday’s Rob Draper join for our latest episode to discuss the news that Bayern Munich are increasingly confident of signing Harry Kane this summer.They debate whether Kylian Mbappe’s mesmeric offer from Saudi Arabia will spark huge pay demands in the Premier League.They also discuss Sarina Wiegman’s squad dilemmas ahead of England’s second Women’s World Cup game against Denmark.
25/07/23·21m 35s

Al Hilal world-record £259million bid for Mbappe | Should Manchester United choose Kane over Hojlund?

Julian Warren is joined by The Independent's Miguel Delaney and The Sun's Charlie Wyatt to discuss the world-record £259million bid from Al-Hilal for Kylian Mbappe, and if Manchester United should choose Harry Kane over Rasmus Hojlund.
24/07/23·19m 34s

Bayern Munich set to make new third bid for Kane | What impact will the weather have on sport this weekend?

Teddy Draper is joined by The Sun's Dave Kidd and The Times' Martin Hardy to discuss reports of a new third bid from Bayern Munich for Harry Kane, the impact the weather could have on sport this weekend and England's chances of winning the Women's World Cup in Australia.
21/07/23·20m 52s

Zak Crawley makes 189 runs | Will Spurs keep Kane? | Saudi Arabia secures more PL players

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and The Times' chief sports reporter Martyn Ziegler join David Garrido to discuss England's batting performance in the fourth Ashes test. They also debate the ongoing speculation of Harry Kane's future at Spurs, Tommy Fleetwood's performance in the first round of The Open, and the reputation damage to players moving to Saudi Arabian football.
20/07/23·20m 23s

Broad takes 600th Test wicket | Henderson and Mahrez make Saudi moves | Will McIlroy win Open Championship?

Daily Mirror's Andy Dunn and The Telegraph's chief football writer Sam Wallace join Teddy Draper to discuss Stuart Broad taking his 600th Test wicket at Old Trafford in the Ashes. They also debate Jordan Henderson and Riyad Mahrez's moves to Saudi Arabia before previewing the 151st Open Championship at Hoylake.
19/07/23·20m 20s

Will England level the Ashes? | Man Utd's transfer sagas | Can McIlroy repeat 2014 Open success?

Teddy Draper is joined by The Telegraph's Jeremy Wilson and Miguel Delaney from The Independent, who begin their discussion with the Ashes 4th Test looming, can England level the series? The panel also talk through Manchester United's transfer business as well as Rory McIlroy's chances at The Open and whether he can win his first major since 2014.
18/07/23·19m 35s

Anderson return the right call? Where will Maguire play next season? McIlroy skips Open press conference

Dave Fulton is joined by The Sun's Charlie Wyett and the Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai, who begin their discussion with the return of James Anderson as he replaces Ollie Robinson in the England team for fourth Test of the Ashes. Then moving on to the latest football news, is Marcus Rashford's contract justified? Where will Harry Maguire be playing this season? And will Harry Kane actually be a Bayern Munich player by the end of the window? Finally we discuss Rory McIlroy who decided to skip his press conference, who won The Open at Royal Liverpool the last time it was played there.
17/07/23·20m 5s

Back Pages Tonight: Alcaraz's chances | Kane and Walker to Bayern? | Mitrovic bid rejected

The Telegraph's Jeremy Wilson and the Times' Martin Hardy join Teddy Draper to assess Carlos Alcaraz's chances against favourite Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final. They also discuss the possibility of Harry Kane and Kyle Walker joining Bayern Munich and why Fulham could have rejected Al Hilal's second bid worth close to £30m for striker Aleksandar Mitrovic.
14/07/23·10m 9s

Bayern chiefs fly to London for Kane talks | Rice to Arsenal to be sealed within days

The Times football writer is joined by David Garrido to discuss the stories that Bayern Munich chiefs travelled to London to meet Daniel Levy to talk about the possible transfer of Harry Kane, Declan Rice's move to Arsenal could be sealed within days and what Jordan Henderson's potential move to Saudi Arabia means for Liverpool. The news that Dele Alli has been sexually abused and spent time in rehab is also discussed. Warning: This podcast may contain content listeners may find distressing.
13/07/23·20m 26s

Will Henderson join Gerrard in Saudi Arabia? | Manchester United look to seal Onana deal

The Athletic’s David Ornstein and The Mirror’s John Cross join Teddy Draper to discuss whether Jordan Henderson could join Steven Gerrard in Saudi Arabia after receiving a life-changing offer. They also debate if Manchester United can secure the services of Inter Milan’s Andre Onana as they edge closer to an agreement.
13/07/23·21m 23s

Osimehn too expensive for PL | Is this Anderson’s last Ashes? | Could McIlroy and Tiger captain teams in PGA Tour LIV Golf merger?

Senior writer for ESPN Mark Ogden is joined by The Sun's Dave Kidd to talk about if Napoli's Victor Osimhen is worth his estimated 150 million pound asking price as Manchester United and Chelsea are set to miss out on him. Jimmy Anderson is also discussed as he could play his last Ashes at Headingley. They also discussed the topic of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy potentially accepting the franchise team offers presented to them in the proposed PGA Tour LIV Golf merger, despite their previous opposition to it.
11/07/23·20m 31s

Are Spurs open to Kane leaving? Should Bairstow be dropped? Could Henderson make Saudi move?

Julian Warren is joined by the Independent’s Miguel Delaney and the Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai to discuss the latest transfer news, focussing first on the potential of Harry Kane moving to Bayern Munich. Jordan Henderson is also discussed with talk of interest in a Saudi Arabia move and what will Manchester United do with David de Gea? There’s also a discussion on whether or not Ben Foakes should replace Jonny Bairstow as wicket keeper for England in the next Test of the Ashes.
10/07/23·19m 14s

Will Andy Murray ever play at Wimbledon again? | Can Stokes fire England to Test win? | England U21 stars one step from victory

The Sun's Charlie Wyett and Martyn Ziegler, chief sports reporter for The Times discuss a bad day for British hopes at Wimbledon as Andy Murray crashes out to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round. Plus, England captain Ben Stokes smashes an impressive 80 on day two of the third Ashes Test to keep hopes of a Headingley win alive and England's U21 stars prepare to face Spain in the final of the European Championships.
07/07/23·20m 51s

Could Wood turn the tide of the Ashes for England? Can Andy Murray have another good Wimbledon run?

We take another look at the back pages following another exciting day at Edgbaston and Wimbledon, as well as looking at the Just Stop Oil protests, ahead of the Silverstone Grand Prix.
07/07/23·21m 35s

Does a hostile atmosphere await Australia at Headingley? | What will Mount bring to Man Utd? | Will Kane sign a new contract with Spurs?

Teddy Draper is joined by Football Correspondent from the BBC, David Ornstein, and Chief Football Writer from The Telegraph, Sam Wallace, to discuss the build-up towards the third Ashes test at Headingley. David and Sam also give their views on what Mason Mount will bring to Manchester United, and what Harry Kane's future looks like depending on whether he signs a new contract with Tottenham Hotspur.
05/07/23·20m 37s

Forest Green Rovers appoint new boss Hannah Dingley | How does Mason Mount's farewell message reflect his time at Chelsea?

Teddy Draper is joined by chief football writer at The Independent Miguel Delaney and chief sports reporter/columnist for The Guardian and The Observer Sean Ingle to discuss the 'landmark' appointment of Hannah Dingley for Forest Green Rovers. Miguel and Sean also give their opinion on Mason Mount's Instagram video aimed towards the Chelsea fans as the England midfielder edges closer to the completion of his transfer to Manchester United.
04/07/23·20m 10s

Pochettino's first day as Chelsea boss | Gerrard makes a move to the Middle East | Was Bairstow's dismissal unsportsmanlike?

Julian Warren is joined by the Mirror’s John Cross and the Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai to discuss Mauricio Pochettino becoming Chelsea's new boss as he had his first day at the club's training ground in Cobham. John and Riath also share their opinions on Steven Gerrard becoming the Al Ettifaq manager in the Middle East and England's lost at Lords as the Australians take a 2-0 lead in the Ashes.
03/07/23·19m 17s

Are England’s Ashes hopes hanging by a thread? | Is David de Gea’s Man United career over?

The Guardian’s Sean Ingle and The Sun’s Dave Kidd join David Garrido to discuss England’s Ashes hopes being dealt with another setback as Australia extended their lead. They also debate whether we are seeing the end of David de Gea’s career at Manchester United.
30/06/23·19m 47s

Man Utd finally agree Mount deal | Are Spurs looking short-term or long-term this window?

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and David Ornstein from The Athletic join Mark McQuillan to discuss the finer details of Manchester United's move for Mason Mount, if Tottenham should start planning for a future without Harry Kane and whether England's aggressive Ashes tactics are going to prove costly in the second Test against Australia.
29/06/23·19m 27s

Is Arsenal move the right decision for Rice? | Kane builds home on Chelsea doorstep | Reflecting on day one of second Ashes Test

The Times' Chief Sports Reporter Martyn Ziegler and Sam Wallace from The Telegraph debate if Declan Rice's move to Arsenal was the right decision and the possibility of Harry Kane moving to Chelsea, following news he is to build a home close to the club's Cobham training ground. They also reflect on day one of the second Ashes Test.
28/06/23·20m 4s

Is Kane going to Bayern? | Cricket's damning report analysed | Second Ashes Test preview

Daily Mirror's Andy Dunn and The Telegraph's Jeremy Wilson join Teddy Draper to debate whether Tottenham's Harry Kane could be set to join Bayern Munich and discuss the report into cricket in England and Wales which has claimed discrimination within the sport is rampant. They also preview the second Ashes Test that begins on Wednesday, with England opting to pick Josh Tongue in an all-pace attack.
27/06/23·20m 21s

Hodgson agrees to remain at Palace | Reflecting on Craig Brown | New Glazer protest from Man Utd fans

Simon Thomas is joined by the Daily Mirror’s John Cross and the Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai to discuss Roy Hodgson’s verbal agreement to remain as Crystal Palace head coach, as well as Manchester United fans protesting to the Glazers by not buying the club’s new kit. They also reflect on the outstanding career of the late Craig Brown.
26/06/23·19m 59s

Bidding war for Rice? | Rehan gets Ashes callup | Man Utd make final bid for Mount

The Sun's Charlie Wyatt and cricket journalist Rafaelle Nicholson join Teddy Draper to discuss if West Ham are the big winners as Manchester City and Arsenal get into a bidding war for Declan Rice. Also on the agenda is Rehan Ahmed's callup, Manchester United's stance on Mason Mount and whether England can push on during day three of the Women's Ashes.
23/06/23·19m 9s

Will Man City triumph Arsenal for Declan Rice? | Will a Mason Mount move to Man Utd ‘rekindle’ his career?

Sky Sports News’ David Garrido is joined by The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew and The Times’ Tom Roddy to discuss the race for Declan Rice with Manchester City showing interest in the midfielder, the benefits of Mason Mount’s potential move to Man Utd and much more from the latest updates on the summer transfer window.
22/06/23·19m 56s

Gundogan set to join Barca | 'I can't see Kane at Man Utd' | Will Havertz fit in Arsenal's XI?

Sky Sports News' Alex Aljoe is joined by David Ornstein and John Cross to discuss all the latest sports stories across the world, including some of the hot topics so far in the summer transfer window.
21/06/23·11m 5s

Ausball edges Bazball | West Ham reject Arsenal’s £90m bid for Rice

The Telegraph’s Sam Wallace and The Times’ Elizabeth Ammon join Teddy Draper to discuss Australia’s dramatic win over England in the opening Test of the Ashes, as well as West Ham rejecting Arsenal’s £90m offer for Declan Rice and Andy Murray’s hopes of being seeded at Wimbledon being dashed after losing at Queens.
20/06/23·20m 14s

Will Bazball prevail in first Test? | Bukayo Saka’s first-time hat-trick rockets England to a 7-0 finish!

The Mirror’s Dean Wilson and The Independent’s Miguel Delaney join David Fulton to discuss England’s chances at winning the first Test of the Ashes against Australia and Bukayo Saka’s first-time hat-trick lead to an astonishing 7-0 victory for England against North Macedonia.
19/06/23·20m 9s

Is Root a better leader without captaincy? | Does Alexander-Arnold have midfield future for England?

The Mirror's Andy Dunn and The Times' Elizabeth Ammon discuss Joe Root's century on the opening day of the Ashes and if losing the captaincy has helped his performances. We also look at Trent Alexander-Arnold's performance in midfield for England against Malta and if he has a future for England there.
16/06/23·20m 17s

The most anticipated Ashes in years | What England team will we see in Malta?

The Guardian's Jonathan Liew and Martyn Ziegler from The Times join David Garrido to discuss what we can expect from the most anticipated Ashes series in years, Jude Bellingham's move to Real Madrid at just 19 years of age, how England might line up in Malta and whether Arsenal will get their move for Declan Rice over the line.
16/06/23·20m 1s

Will Bellingham be Real Madrid’s next superstar? | Chelsea reject Man Utd’s first bid for Mount

The Telegraph’s Sam Wallace and sports broadcaster Shebahn Aherne join Teddy Draper to discuss Jude Bellingham’s move to Real Madrid and Chelsea rejecting Manchester United’s £40 million bid for Mason Mount. They also explore the news that the BBC and ITV have finally agreed a deal to broadcast this summer’s Women’s World Cup.
14/06/23·20m 27s

Who can afford Mbappe? | Are Qatar using Harrods tactics to buy Man Utd?

Teddy Draper is joined by the Daily Mail's Craig Hope and The Independent's Miguel Delaney to discuss Kylian Mbappe's future after he suggested he won't sign a new deal at Paris St-Germain and who could possibly afford him.We also debate the tactics employed by the Qatari bid for Manchester United and if they're similar to the ones employed in the purchase of Harrods and we ponder if Jack Grealish will play a part in England's match in Malta.
13/06/23·20m 8s

City celebrate treble in style as Grealish steals the show | PSG to sell Mbappe this summer!

John Cross from The Daily Mirror and Jeremy Wilson from The Telegraph discuss Manchester City's parade and where the likely destination for Kylian Mbappe will be after the France star decided against signing an extension to his contract, meaning he's likely to leave PSG this summer.
12/06/23·21m 34s

Is Haaland the secret to Man City CL victory? | Can Saudi Arabia's league challenge European heavyweights?

The Sun's Charlie Wyatt and The Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to debate Manchester City's chances in the Champions League final against Inter Milan and what impact Erling Haaland will have. They also explore the influence of Saudi Arabia's spending on European football and the ongoing bidding war for ownership of Manchester United.
09/06/23·20m 46s

Will Rice leave West Ham? | Mac Allister moves to Liverpool | Can City complete the treble?

The Independent's Miguel Delaney and The Times' Charlotte Duncker join Clare Tomlinson to debate whether Declan Rice will leave West Ham United this summer and discuss Liverpool's signing of Alexis Mac Allister. They also preview whether Manchester City will beat Inter Milan in Saturday's Champions League final to complete the treble.
08/06/23·20m 27s

West Ham win dramatic Europa Conference League final | Bellingham close to completing 'incredible' Madrid move | Lionel Messi to Miami

Teddy Draper is joined by The Telegraph's Chief Football Correspondent, Jason Burt and David Ornstein from The Athletic to discuss West Ham's Europa Conference League final win over Fiorentina, Jude Bellingham's move to Real Madrid and Lionel Messi revealing that his preferred destination is Inter Miami.
07/06/23·21m 37s

What does the golf merger mean for the sport? | Could Maguire move to Tottenham?

Teddy Draper is joined by Mirror's Chief Sports Writer Andy Dunn and ESPN's Senior Writer Mark Ogden to discuss the merger between PGA Tour, DP World Tour and LIV Golf. Also a possible transfer of Harry Maguire to Tottenham that could help keep Harry Kane at the club.
06/06/23·20m 1s

Will Real be too big of a lure for Kane? | Can Ange bring Spurs fans the playing style they want? | Mac Allister a bargain for 45 million

Sky Sports News' David Fulton is joined by The Mirror's Chief Football Writer John Cross and the Mail on Sunday's Chief Football Writer Rob Draper to discuss Ange Postecoglou's appointment at Tottenham and the difference he can make to the club, if England's captain Harry Kane can be tempted by Real Madrid to move away from North London also Liverpool bringing in World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister and whether thatr can kick start their much needed rebuild within midfield.
05/06/23·19m 21s

Will Pep Guardiola’s goalkeeper selection pay off in FA Cup final? | Jose Mourinho charged by UEFA after confrontations with Anthony Taylor

Sky Sports News' David Fulton is joined by Miguel Delaney from The Indepndent and Riath Al Samarrai from the Daily Mail to discuss all the latest headlines across the sporting world. Stories include Pep Guardiola’s ‘gamble’ choice ahead of the FA Cup final, Manchester United’s motivation and Jose Mourinho’s charge by UEFA after confrontation with referee Anthony Taylor during the Europa League final.
02/06/23·20m 7s

Anthony Taylor confronted by Roma fans at airport | Would Postecoglou be the right man for Spurs?

Sky Sports News' David Fulton is joined by Tom Roddy from The Times and Jonathan Liew from The Guardian as the trio discuss all the latest headlines across the sporting world. Stories include Roma fans confronting English referee Anthony Taylor following their Europa League final defeat, England's chances at the Ashes this summer and whether Ange Postecoglou is the right man for Tottenham Hotspur following the Celtic boss' links with the Spurs job.
01/06/23·20m 53s

Maguire out, Mount in at Man Utd? | Will Newcastle break their wage structure to keep Bruno Guimaraes?

The Daily Mail's Craig Hope and the Sun's Charlie Wyett join Teddy Draper to discuss if it's inevitable that Harry Maguire will leave Man Utd and how close Mason Mount is to signing with the club. Plus they discuss whether Newcastle could break their wage structure policy to keep Bruno Guimaraes at the club long-term.
31/05/23·18m 3s

Mauricio Pochettino makes first Chelsea call with Joao Felix | Could Graham Potter be Crystal Palace's next manager?

The Guardian’s chief sports writer Barney Ronay and sports broadcaster Shebahn Aherne join Teddy Draper to discuss Mauricio Pochettino’s decision to not sign Joao Felix on a permanent deal this summer. They also debate whether Graham Potter would be a good fit as Crystal Palace’s next manager.
30/05/23·20m 22s

Will Harry Kane look for a move to Manchester United this summer? | Can new Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino be a success for the Blues?

On this edition of Back Pages, Daily Mirror writer John Cross and ESPN senior writer Mark Ogden discuss the reported news that Tottenham forward Harry Kane might be on Manchester United's radar this summer. The team also discuss the uncertain future of relegated Leicester City and ponder if new Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino will be a success in West London.
29/05/23·19m 50s

Ivan Toney ban: Was it fair? | Survival Sunday: Who will secure their Premier League safety?

Jo Wilson is joined by Andy Dunn from the Daily Mirror and Charlie Wyett from The Sun to discuss Ivan's Toney's eigth-month suspension from football, as further details from the FA's investigation are revealed. Plus, as 'Survival Sunday' draws closer, the trio discuss whether it will be Everton, Leeds or Leicester that will be relegated from the Premier League.
26/05/23·19m 48s

Man Utd confirm top four spot | Chelsea a 'calamity club'? | Jose takes swipe at Spurs as Arne Slot turns down Tottenham

David Garrido is joined by Jonathan Liew from The Guardian and Riath Al-Samarrai from The Daily Mail discuss Manchester United's 4-1 win over Chelsea in the Premier League as Frank Lampard's Blues side are described as a 'calamity club'. Plus, where next for Tottenham Hotspur as Arne Slot becomes the latest manager to turn down the offer to take over at Spurs.
25/05/23·20m 23s

Southgate slams Toney's ban | Will Mount and Kane move to United? | Maguire's England future in doubt

The Times chief sports reporter Martyn Ziegler and The Athletic's football correspondent David Ornstein join Teddy Draper to discuss Gareth Southgate's critical comments regarding Ivan Toney's betting ban and his warning to Harry Maguire about future selection if he continues to struggle for gametime at Old Trafford. They also debate whether Manchester United will move to sign Chelsea's Mason Mount and Tottenham's Harry Kane this summer.
24/05/23·21m 30s

‘Man City’s pending charges will cause confusion and suggest guilty verdict’ | ‘Saka signing new contract shows Arsenal’s intent’

Teddy Draper is joined by The Telegraph’s’ Jason Burt and The Times’ Tom Ruddy on ‘Back Pages Tonight’, and they discuss the major sporting stories from the back pages, which include Pep Guardiola’s comments surrounding Manchester City’s pending Premier League financial breaches as well as the news that Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka has signed a four year contract extension at the Emirates.
23/05/23·18m 23s

Newcastle are back in the Champions League | Who will survive the final day relegation battle?

The Independant's Miguel Delaney The Mirror's John Cross discuss Newcastle's infamous return to the Champions League for the first time in over two decades, as well as discussing the exciting relegation battle that will be decided on the final day.
22/05/23·21m 31s

Should Man City players be able to celebrate if they secure PL title? | Arteta brings dog 'Win' into the Arsenal training ground

The Independant's Miguel Delaney and sport's broadcaster Shebahn Aherne join Ed Draper to discuss Manchester City's potential treble, and whether they have any room to celebrate if they were to win the Premier League this weekend. They also discuss Mikel Arteta's idea of bringing his dog 'Win' into the Arsenal changing room as a mentality tactic. The panel also discuss Manchester United's transfer target Rasmus Hojland, as well as the shocking scenes at the match between West Ham and AZ Alkmaar.
19/05/23·20m 3s

West Ham reach Conference League final | Newcastle close in on Champions League football

The Telegraph’s Jason Burt and The Guardian’s Jonathan Liew join David Garrido to discuss West Ham reaching the Europa Conference League final and Newcastle delivering a statement performance to close in on Champions League qualification. The panel also discuss Rafael Nadal’s career after he announced that he expects to retire in 2024.
18/05/23·18m 47s

Man City's greatest European performance? Treble chances? | Jonny Bairstow's massive summer ahead

The Times' Charlotte Duncker and The Sun's Charlie Wyett join Teddy Draper to debate whether Man City's dismantling of Real Madrid was their best ever European performance and their chances of winning the treble.The panel also discuss whether Jonny Bairstow's selection at the expense of Ben Foakes in England's line-up to face Ireland was the right call.
17/05/23·16m 36s

Qataris make last ditch offer for Man Utd | Where will Mane end up next season?

Teddy Draper is joined by John Cross from The Mirror and Sam Wallace from the Daily Telegraph, the panel discuss the latest bid made by the Qataris for a full Manchester United takeover, Pep Guardiola recent comments on his legacy and whether he can bring Champions League success back to The Eithad. John and Sam also have their say on Luton's win over Sunderland in the play-offs and whether they can get into the Premier League for the first time as well as the news coming out of Germany that Sadio Mane would like a move away from Bayern Munich.
16/05/23·20m 45s

Does Liverpool loss consign Leicester City to relegation? | Arsenal to move early for Rice in transfer window

Julian Warren is joined by David Ornstein from The Athletic and Martin Hardy from The Times to review Leicester's 3-0 defeat to Liverpool in the Premier League as the Foxes edge closer towards relegation and Jurgen Klopp's Reds keep up the pressure on the top four. Plus, Arsenal are reportedly planning a £200m summer in the transfer window...can they lure both Declan Rice and Moises Caicdeo to The Emirates.
15/05/23·20m 9s

Ratcliffe closing in on Manchester United takeover? | Nagelsmann out of the running for Spurs

Chief football writer for The Independant Miguel Delaney and senior writer at ESPN Mark Ogden join Simon Thomas to discuss tomorrow's newspaper back pages that include the latest on Manchester United's takeover, a potential summer move for Declan Rice and what's next for Tottenham's managerial search after Julian Nagelsmann will not be considered for the role.
12/05/23·21m 19s

Man Utd eye up Osimhen and Pickford | Todd Boehly hires ally to fix Chelsea crisis

Guardian sports writer Jonathan Liew and sports broadcaster Shebahn Aherne join Jasper Taylor to discuss tomorrow's newspaper back pages that include Manchester United eyeing up summer transfers for Napoli's Victor Osimhen and Everton's Jordan Pickford. Also Chelsea's Todd Boehly drafts in an ally from the US to fix Chelsea's crisis.
11/05/23·19m 0s

Will Real Madrid lock in Bellingham and Mbappe this summer? | Will Lloris accept Saudi offer? | Who will target Rice?

The Sun’s Charlie Wyett and The Telegraph’s Sam Wallace join Teddy Draper to discuss Real Madrid’s double summer swoop with bids for Jude Bellingham and Kylian Mbappe.The panel also debate whether Tottenham’s goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will continue his journey with Spurs or accept the Saudi offer. And which teams will target Declan Rice?
10/05/23·20m 12s

De Bruyne stunner earns City draw at Bernabeu | Will Messi join Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia?

The Athletic’s David Ornstein and The Daily Mail’s Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to discuss Manchester City’s precious draw at the Bernabeu in their Champions League semi-final first leg. The panel also debate Lionel Messi’s potential move to Saudi Arabia and the latest on David de Gea’s contract situation at Manchester United.
09/05/23·19m 57s

Can City gain revenge over Real in the Champions League? | Will Rice move to Arsenal?

The Telegraph's chief football correspondent Jason Burt and The Mirror's chief football writer John Cross join Julian Warren to discuss Manchester City's crunch clash with Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals once again. They also debate whether Arsenal will sign West Ham United's Declan Rice this summer.
08/05/23·20m 15s

What does new EFL broadcast deal mean for fans and clubs? | Will Arteta cash in academy stars?

The Sun football editor Charlie Wyett and The Times northern sports correspondent Martin Hardy join Teddy Draper to discuss the impact of the newly announced EFL broadcast deal with Sky Sports that will broadcast over 1000 matches each season over a five-year period. Also whether Mikel Arteta will cash in on Arsenal's academy products in the summer to pursue Champions League success.
05/05/23·17m 59s

‘Squeaky bum time’ for Man Utd and their CL hopes? | Liverpool plotting Mac Allister swoop

The Athletic's David Ornstein and The Guardian's Jonathan Liew join Dharmesh Sheth to discuss Brighton's late win over Manchester United and the implications it could have on the race for the top four. Plus, could Liverpool hijack a move for Manchester United target Alexis Mac Allister? Finally, they review Napoli's season after they ended a 33-year wait to claim the Serie A title.
04/05/23·20m 13s

Haaland breaks PL record for goals in a season | Is Real the right club for Bellingham?

Sports broadcaster Shebahn Aherne and Jason Burt from the Daily Telegraph join Teddy Draper on the Back Pages Tonight to discuss Erling Haaland's Premier League record breaking goal against West Ham to take him to 35 league goals for the season. The panel also debate where Lionel Messi will end up in the summer after it was announced he would be leaving PSG and whether Real Madrid will be the right fit for English youngster Jude Bellingham.
03/05/23·20m 6s

Arsenal return to the top after beating an ‘appalling’ Chelsea | ‘Big Sam’s got to produce a miracle to keep Leeds up’

Charlotte Duncker from the Times and Riath Al-Samarrai from the Daily Mail join Teddy Draper to react to Arsenal's 3-1 win against Chelsea. The win takes the Gunners back to the top of the league, whilst Chelsea continue to struggle under interim manager Frank Lampard.The duo also give their views on the imminent arrival of Sam Allardyce at Leeds and discuss whether Jurgen Klopp should receive punishment for his comments after Liverpool's dramatic win against Tottenham.
02/05/23·20m 5s

Can Arsenal still win the Premier League? | Will Leeds sack Gracia?

John Cross, the Chief Football Writer for the Mirror and Miguel Delaney, the Chief Football Writer for the Independent joined Simon Thomas on Back Pages Tonight to discuss Arsenal’s possibilities of winning the Premier League and whether Leeds will sack manager Javi Gracia.The panel also discuss the performance put on by Leicester City and Everton as they walked away with one point each after a draw featuring Jordan Pickford's water bottle?!Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp faces a potential touchline ban after a dispute with referee Paul Tierney unfolded during the Tottenham game. As well as Manchester United’s ongoing bidding process.
01/05/23·19m 12s

Will the Glazers accept Qatari bid? | Should Tottenham let Kane leave?

ESPN’s Mark Ogden and The Times’ Martyn Ziegler join Teddy Draper to discuss the third and final Manchester United takeover bids. The panel also debate whether Harry Kane will leave Tottenham this summer and the latest on Mauricio Pochettino’s move to Chelsea.
28/04/23·20m 23s

Spurs put up a fight at last! | Will Newcastle clinch fourth?

The Mail on Sunday's Rob Draper and The Guardian's Sean Ingle join Teddy Draper to discuss Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Manchester United and if it will cost the London club Champions League football. The panel also debate whether Newcastle are capable of finishing the season in the top four and the latest surrounding potential new ownership at Manchester United.
27/04/23·20m 9s

Is the Premier League title race over? | Can Chelsea sink any lower?

The Sun's Charlie Wyett and Daily Mail's Riath Al-Samarrai join Teddy Draper to discuss the thrilling result between title chasers Manchester City and Arsenal, is the Premier League title race still on? Also, a look into Chelsea's recurring downfall with hopes of Mauricio Pochettino taking on the challenge and uplifting the team.
26/04/23·20m 26s

Pep vs Arteta: friends to title rivals | Could Poch offer Lukaku Chelsea lifeline? | CL Final in the US?

The Telegraph's Sam Wallace and Miguel Delaney from The Independent join Nick Powell to discuss the paths that have lead Pep Guardiola and Mikel Arteta to a title-deciding Premier League clash. Also, could potential incoming manager at Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino offer Romelu Lukaku another chance at Stamford Bridge? Plus, the panel dissect UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin's comments that we could potentially see the Champions League final being played in the United States.
25/04/23·20m 21s

What next for Spurs? | Chelsea close on Pochettino | Can Arsenal beat City without Saliba?

Dharmesh Sheth is joined by John Cross from the Mirror and The Telegraph's Jason Burt to discuss Tuesday morning's headlines.We discuss whether Julian Nagelsmann is the man to fix Tottenham and what Harry Kane's future at the club might be. We look at why Chelsea are moving towards appointing Mauricio Pochettino as manager and consider how much William Saliba's absence has affected Arsenal in the title run-in.
24/04/23·19m 50s

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24/04/23·1m 10s
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