Up Front

Up Front

By Folding Pocket and William Hill

Welcome to Up Front brought to you by William Hill. On this channel you will find hard-hitting, sporting content that cuts through the nonsense and gets to the heart of the story. Whether that’s in ‘Up Front with Simon Jordan’ our podcast series that sees the broadcaster and former Premier League club owner sit down with interesting characters from the world of sport and beyond. Or ‘Three Up Front’, our new show hosted by Simon Jordan, Graeme Souness and Troy Deeney that tackles the biggest talking points in world football through the eyes of a player, a manager and an owner. Be sure to subscribe for weekly content and remember, 18+ please gamble responsibly.

Episodes

England fall at the last hurdle… Again | Three Up Front

DISCLAIMER: This episode was recorded just prior to Gareth Southgate stepping down as England manager.On this week’s episode Troy, Simon and Graeme reflect on EURO 2024 and give their thoughts on an England team that fell at the last hurdle once again, losing to Spain in Berlin.The guys review their pre-tournament predictions and each give their thoughts on the reasons behind England’s inability to get their hands on major silverware.Whether it’s Southgate’s negative attitude, Rice’s inability to pass forward or Kane’s lack of fitness, no stone is left unturned as they try to determine where England go from here…Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.
17/07/2431m 44s

Jermain Defoe | "If you play that badly for England you HAVE to accept the criticism!"

On today’s episode, we are joined by one of the most clinical finishers to ever grace the Premier League.Tottenham favourite Jermain Defoe is one of the top 10 goal scorers in Premier League history and has represented England 57 times, featuring and scoring in major tournaments, before crowning his illustrious career by helping Rangers to bring the Scottish title back to Ibrox for the first time in a decade.Jermain sits down with Simon to talk about his England career and give his honest opinion on the current England squad, focusing on their performances at the Euros and the criticism they’ve faced. He also opens up about his special relationship with young Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery before discussing his future in the game.Despite his illustrious career and his experience as a coach in the Tottenham academy, Jermain has struggled to enter the world of management, experiencing resistance and rejection along the way. He joins the show to discuss his future prospects and the difficult journey black former players experience when swapping the  pitch for the dugout.Join Simon for this insightful conversation with Jermain Defoe.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.
05/07/2453m 27s

Theo Walcott | "Arteta locked us in the dressing room, it was like he was the manager”

On today’s episode, we are joined by a former Arsenal favourite who is 1 of only 8 players to score over 100 goals for the club. Theo Walcott shot to fame at 16 when he signed for Arsenal in 2006, and his profile soared further when he was called up for England for the 2006 World Cup six months later. Upon his signing, he was widely tipped for greatness with comparisons to Thierry Henry. To go along with the goals, Theo won multiple FA Cups during his time in North London, whether that number is 2 or 3 is a point of debate in this very conversation.Theo joins Simon in Frankfurt, Germany to discuss his career, from his rapid rise in professional football to his time at Arsenal and England. He shares what it was like to play under Arsene Wenger in a transitional period in the club's history. Theo also provides insights on Mikel Arteta, highlighting the traits he saw in him as a player that have contributed to his success as a manager, while also touching on the current England squad and their chances at EURO 2024.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.
27/06/241h

"England’s midfield is in a Scholes, Gerrard, Lampard time warp” | Three Up Front in Frankfurt 🇩🇪

On the final leg of Three Up Front’s trip around Germany, Simon, Graeme and Troy discuss the malaise around England’s performances, suggest playing Jude Bellingham deeper is the way for Gareth Southgate to improve his side and analyse the post season review that Manchester United undertook before confirming Erik Ten Hag would stay on as manager.There’s a story involving Troy, Graeme and a German donut man and Simon ponders the question as to how Sir Jim Ratcliffe can get his club to ‘be like Real Madrid’ after his latest comments about Manchester United.Subscribe for future episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.
22/06/2434m 3s

"Alexander-Arnold is not the answer to England’s midfield problems" | Three Up Front in Germany 🇩🇪

Football fever is sweeping across Germany as Euro 2024 gets into full swing. England kicked off their campaign with a 1-0 win over Serbia, thanks to a Jude Bellingham header. It’s a familiar story: a bright start, lost control, and a nervy finish. Nonetheless, Southgate has led the boys to a win. However, with key figures like Foden struggling to impose themselves on the game, has it left us with more questions than answers?The Tartan Army descended on Germany in their thousands, full of expectation ahead of their group opener against the host nation. But Scotland’s 5-1 thrashing in Munich has threatened to dampen their excitement and an early exit. What went so wrong for Steve Clarke’s men?Simon, Graeme, and Troy discuss all this and more from Germany in the latest episode of Three Up Front.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly
18/06/2426m 11s

Southgate’s defining moment. Will he finally release the handbrake at the Euros? | Three Up Front

For the first time in a long time England enter a major tournament as the favourites. It is also the tournament that is set to define the legacy of Gareth Southgate and his tenure with England.Under his guidance he has created the most harmonious England squad in decades and nurtured a fresh bond between fans and the players. He’s led them to the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final in the last three major tournaments - which previously had not been achieved for over 30 years. Now with arguably the best England squad since the "Golden Generation", can Southgate go one step further and lead England to the promised land?Simon and Graeme are joined by former England international Joleon Lescott to discuss England’s chances at Euro 2024, how Gareth can achieve success and what this would mean for his legacy. They also talk about the attacking talent at Southgate’s disposal as well as the issues in defence whilst looking at the teams who could potentially cause England a problem.All this and more in the latest episode of Three Up Front.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.
13/06/2437m 29s

De Bruyne to Saudi? And Man City vs The Premier League | Three Up Front

The managerial merry-go-round is in full swing. Mourinho has sparked fanfare in Turkey by becoming Fenerbahce’s new manager. Vincent Kompany has officially been unveiled as Bayern Munich’s new manager, and Plymouth have announced Wayne Rooney as their new manager for next season. One manager staying put is Carlo Ancelotti as he welcomes Kylian Mbappe to his newly crowned Champions League squad.Kevin De Bruyne’s recent comments on Saudi Arabia have seemingly opened the door for a transfer, which has raised a few eyebrows as many believe him to be still performing at the highest level. While his current club, Man City, prepare to challenge the Premier League - taking their already-strained relationship to the next level.All this and more in this week’s episode of Three Up Front, with Joleon Lescott joining Simon and Graeme as a guest host, covering for Troy this week.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ Please gamble responsibly.
07/06/2436m 55s

Piers Morgan | “Wenger was a glorified architect...but I was WRONG about Arteta”

On today’s episode we are joined by a divisive figure, a powerhouse in the media world, and our first non-sporting guest.A celebrity, journalist, and author, Piers Morgan is known for his no-nonsense, cutthroat opinions. His explosive personality has led him to deliver groundbreaking interviews, hold government ministers accountable, and spark debates on a variety of subjects, including his beloved Arsenal.Piers joins the show to discuss his early beginnings, his rise within the media, and his love of fame and entertainment, whilst also sharing his thoughts on the current Arsenal team and their manager Mikel Arteta.Subscribe now for the full episode!Warning: This episode may contain strong language. 18+ gamble responsibly.
30/05/241h 3m

Are Man City monopolising the Premier League? | Three Up Front

As another Premier League season comes to an end, a familiar story unfolds - Manchester City, Premier League champions. Elsewhere, Burnley, Sheffield United and Luton Town head straight back down to the Championship - with a record low points total.So with each passing season - is the Premier League becoming more of a closed shop at the top and more difficult than ever to survive at the bottom? In this week's episode of Three Up Front, Simon, Graeme and Troy sit down to discuss Manchester City's monopolisation of the top flight whilst looking at the struggles smaller clubs face when coming up from the Championship.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly. 
23/05/2437m 46s

Who are the next generation of ELITE managers? | Three Up Front

Since Sir Alex Ferguson left the Premier League, Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp have been the two dominant forces in English football. As Jurgen says auf wiedersehen and speculation rises around Pep’s future, the lack of an obvious successor is apparent.In this week’s episode Simon, Graeme and Troy will be taking a look at which managers are next in line to take over from the best in the game. Whether that be up-and-coming talents like Mikel Arteta and Xabi Alonso, established veterans like Unai Emery and Thomas Tuchel or wildcards like Zinedine Zidane.They will also explore the characteristics that define an ‘elite’ manager, whilst discussing the reputation of British coaches and their lack of success at the top end of the Premier League table.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.
16/05/2437m 27s

Manchester United’s Malaise | Three Up Front

In the second episode of 'Three Up Front', Simon Jordan, Troy Deeney and Graeme Souness discuss Manchester United's travails after they suffered their most humiliating defeat of the season at Crystal Palace. The trio look at where this once great club is and what the expectations should be for next season…With Sir Jim Ratcliffe becoming more of a prominent voice in football operations, Manchester United appear to be at a crossroads. Manager Erik Ten Hag is on the hot seat and the vast majority of the squad appear to be surplus to requirements, as well-remunerated stars such as Casemiro and Marcus Rashford continue to disappoint.The guys also discuss another team that has a somewhat murky future, as they react to the news that David Moyes is being replaced at the end of the season by Julen Lopetegui. Should West Ham fans ‘be careful what they wish for’ as they wave goodbye to the manager who put a trophy in the cabinet for the first time in 43 years? Simon, Graeme and Troy give their thoughts in this week's episode of Three Up Front brought to you by William Hill.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.
09/05/2434m 52s

Introducing Three Up Front | How does Arne Slot in at Liverpool?

Welcome to the first episode of 'Three Up Front' brought to you by William Hill. A new show that combines three of football's most distinctive voices to bring you no-nonsense football opinions, discussions and ensure talking points are analysed from the perspectives of a player, a manager and an owner. In our debut episode Simon Jordan, Graeme Souness and Troy Deeney sit down to analyse the underwhelming end to Klopp’s final season whilst giving their thoughts on the future of Liverpool. As a former Liverpool manager, there are few people more qualified than Souness to comment on the issues the current Feyenoord coach will face when he arrives on Merseyside and with Mo Salah, Virgil Van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold all out of contract in a year's time, the incoming manager’s in tray is starting to look pretty daunting… So, exactly how does Arne Slot in at Liverpool? Tune in to find out.Subscribe for future episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.
02/05/2435m 33s

⚽ Welcome to Three Up Front with Simon Jordan, Graeme Souness and Troy Deeney

Three of football's most opinionated voices come together to bring you no nonsense football opinions, discussions and no doubt banter, each and every week alongside our normal programming, Up Front is not going away.
01/05/241m 8s

John Terry | "I owe Mourinho everything but he still scares the life out of me!"

On today's episode we are joined by a Chelsea legend who led the club through an unprecedented era of success, winning every available trophy along the way.John Terry is a serial winner, a stalwart defender and, for many, the ultimate leader. The former England captain often divided opinion throughout his career, combining outstanding play with off the field issues to become one of the most notable members of ‘the golden generation’.A rare presence in the media, John joins the show to discuss the key moments in a remarkable career, offering a unique insight into an increasingly private life and opens up on his plans for the future.Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language. 18+ gamble responsibly.
25/04/241h 13m

Callum Smith | “Boxing’s just a popularity contest now… look at Ryan Garcia”

On today’s episode we are joined by the youngest of four brothers from one of the most famous boxing families. Fighting out of Liverpool and coached by Joe Gallagher, Callum Smith went on to gain British and European success at super middleweight before overcoming George Groves for the WBA Strap.His continued rise within Boxing led him face to face with Cancelo Alvarez, which unfortunately for Smith became his first loss. Smith dusted himself off and aimed to become two-weight world champion but fell short against Artur Beterbiev, leaving his career at a crossroads.Callum Smith joins the show to talk about what his career now holds in store, and reflect on his unique background and incredible success. He discusses the pitfalls of the often murky world of professional boxing, his thoughts on his more brash and vocal peers and opens up on his plans for the future.Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language and references to violence. Listener discretion advised.Remember, 18+ for gambling responsibly.
18/04/241h

Ellis Genge | “Rugby has a class problem that it NEEDS to fix!”

On today’s episode we are joined by a top England Rugby International, who in recent times won the Premiership title with Leicester Tigers before returning to his roots with Bristol Bears. Ellis Genge faced early struggles in his life, growing up in the working class area of Knowle West in Bristol. An angry young man who faced problems in school and with the law, he found solace in an unlikely place - Rugby. A sport which helped him channel his anger and where he found belonging and structure.Now the star of the ‘Full Contact’ Netflix documentary series and a well respected leader for club and country, Ellis has been capped for England 58 times, lifting the Six Nations trophy in 2020 after finishing as runner-up at the World Cup in 2019. He joins the show to talk about his unconventional journey in Rugby. His career under head coaches Eddie Jones and Steve Borthwick whilst giving his unfiltered opinion on the issues the sport faces in 2024 and beyond.Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language and references to violence. Listener discretion advised.Remember, 18+ for gambling responsibly.
11/04/2459m 47s

Michael Ballack | “Alonso’s Leverkusen is great for the Bundesliga and for Bayern”

On today’s episode we are joined by one of the greats of German Football. Born in East Germany at a time of upheaval and division, Michael Ballack went on to become a legend for his country, making 98 appearances and scoring 42 goals.Through playing street football at an early age, Ballack found his love for the game and knew he wanted to become a pro. He came to prominence at Kaiserslautern and was part of the side that did the unthinkable by winning the Bundesliga in 1997. His impressive performances earned him a move to Bayer Leverkusen and individually he continued to excel, as well as his stock amongst Europe’s elite. Collectively however, they failed to win any silverware following two consecutive years of falling at the last hurdle. Ballack would rectify this though, by joining the Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and win multiple titles and cups.Still eager for more success and new challenges, he swapped Munich for London, joining Abrahmovic’s revolution at Chelsea in 2006, to play under Jose Mourinho. He’d go on to win the premier league and a series of cups before heading back to Leverkusen in 2010, where he’d finish his career.Michael joins the show and talks about his football journey, opening up on his time at Leverkusen, the exceptionally high standards at Bayern Munich and playing under Jose Mourinho. He also talks about how Xabi Alonso has brought a winning mentality to Leverkusen and how he’s transformed the club, whilst giving his honest opinion on the German National Side and their realistic prospects for the Euros.Subscribe for future episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
04/04/2459m 13s

Gianfranco Zola | "This Chelsea team isn't ready, they look intimidated!"

On today’s episode we are joined by one of the most iconic Italians to grace the Premier League. From humble beginnings in Sardinia, Gianfranco Zola was famed for playing the game in a beautiful way. He became one of the rising stars in his hometown which earned him a big money move to Napoli who were led by the God-like figure Diego Maradona.After impressing in Naples, he moved to Parma and formed a deadly partnership with Faustino Asprilla, challenging Juventus for the Serie A title. However, he struggled for game time the following season under manager Carlo Ancelotti, which opened the door for Zola to make the move to Stamford Bridge. His audacious, entertaining style of play helped ignite Chelsea’s late resurgence in the late 90’s and he became a firm favourite for the blues. He’s also widely seen as a trailblazer who formed English football’s early foreign revolution.After finishing his playing career back home in Sardinia, Gianfranco moved into management, managing teams such as West Ham, Watford and Birmingham City, often under extremely challenging ownership groups. Gianfranco joins the show and opens up on those challenging situations whilst giving his honest opinion on the current footballing landscape and the state of his beloved Chelsea FC.Subscribe for future episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
28/03/241h

Jack Wilshere | “Arsenal will win the league under Mikel Arteta… Eventually”

On today's episode we are joined by a player who burst onto the scene for Arsenal as a teenager, showing a tenacity and technical ability that few English players have ever possessed. After a breakout performance against Messi and Guardiola’s Barcelona, the sky seemed to be the limit for Jack Wilshere but an ongoing ankle issue would lead to him retiring from the game at age 30 after spells at Bournemouth, West Ham and AGF in the Danish Superliga.Now a coach in the Arsenal system under Mikel Arteta, Jack joins the show to discuss a career that excited and frustrated in equal measure whilst also giving the inside scoop on Arteta’s Arsenal revolution.Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language. 18+ gamble responsibly.
21/03/241h

Paul Ince | “Inter Milan was a fresh start for me… I think Rashford needs one too!”

On today’s episode, we are joined by a two time Premier League winner with over 50 caps for England.Paul Ince’s 20 year career took him from his local club West Ham, to Italy, Old Trafford and Anfield as he became one of the few players to represent both sides of the Premier League’s fiercest rivalry…Paul went on to become a manager, learning his trade at Macclesfield Town and MK Dons before a short stint in the Premier League with Blackburn Rovers. In 2022 he joined Reading FC but after a tumultuous spell that featured point deductions, an absent owner and a transfer embargo he left the club last year.’The Guv’nor’ joins the show to discuss his challenging upbringing, his bust ups with Sir Alex Ferguson and his difficult time at Reading, whilst also giving his thoughts on the future prospects of his former clubs.Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language. 18+ gamble responsibly.
14/03/241h 3m

Les Ferdinand | “They cared more about stopping the Super League than stopping racism!”

On today’s episode, we are joined by a Premier League great who started off in non-league football and went on to become PFA Player of the Year.Les Ferdinand enjoyed a successful and varied career playing for clubs such as QPR, Tottenham Hotspur as well as being part of the ‘great entertainers’ under Kevin Keegan at Newcastle United. After retirement he returned to West London and took up the role as Director of Football at QPR, becoming the first British black person to hold that position.After stepping down last year ‘Sir Les’ as he is affectionately known joins the show to discuss his unconventional route to superstardom, opening up on his time at Tottenham and Newcastle, his turbulent tenure at QPR and the issues black former players are facing to find jobs in football.Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language. 18+ gamble responsibly.
08/02/241h 2m

Leon Edwards | "He used my Dad's death to sell the fight, I couldn't wait to hurt him"

In this episode, we are joined by our first ever guest from the world of MMA, the welterweight world champion of the world Leon Edwards.One of just 3 UFC champions ever from the UK, Leon has a unique story full of tragedy, resilience and glory. Born in Jamaica before moving to Birmingham, Leon was raised around gang culture, tragically losing his father to gun crime at a young age. MMA would be his salvation, and he now sits on top of the MMA world having not tasted defeat in 9 years.Join us as we discuss the rise of Mixed Martial Arts, Leon’s incredible rise, his battles against Kamaru Usman and Colby Covington and the future of crossover fights.Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language and references to violence. Listener discretion advised. Remember, 18+ for gambling responsibly.
01/02/2458m 26s

Kell Brook | "I want to fight Chris Eubank Jr, I dislike him more than Amir Khan"

In this episode, we are joined by Sheffield's own, former welterweight champion of the world Kell Brook.In a long career that featured 40 wins and only 3 losses, Kell fought the very best, never turning down a fight, even when the odds were stacked against him. He won his IBF welterweight championship of the world in historic fashion beating Shawn Porter in his own backyard to put the world on notice.Known for his sharp technical skills, devastating power, and resilience, Kell is best known for his rivalry with Amir Khan and his blockbuster bouts against the likes of Gennady Golovkin and Terence Crawford.Join us as we delve into the highs and lows of Kell Brook's extraordinary career, from career threatening injuries and public substance abuse issues to sitting on top of the sporting world, Kell has had a career that has featured triumphs and battles in equal measure.A career that may in fact not be over yet…Subscribe now for the full episode and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan.Warning: This episode may contain strong language and references to violence. Viewer discretion advised. Remember, 18+ for gambling responsibly.
25/01/2459m 26s

Peter Schmeichel | "I don’t recognise Manchester United anymore, there's no identity!"

On today’s episode, we are joined by the Manchester United and Danish icon, Peter Schmeichel. Regarded by many as the greatest goalkeeper in Premier League history, Schmeichel was a leader in a dominant Manchester United side, winning the treble in 1999 as well as inspiring his native Denmark to a shock title at the European Championship in 1992.Join us as we delve into Schmeichel's incredible career, from his early days in Denmark to his time under Sir Alex Ferguson. We get the inside scoop on a dressing room filled with explosive characters like Eric Cantona and Roy Keane, whilst Peter gives his opinion on the signing of Andre Onana and the current state his old club find themselves in…Subscribe for future episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.Competition terms and conditions are available at the following link: https://wh.bet/UpFront100k
18/01/2457m 31s

Jesse Marsch | “I didn’t want the Leeds job, I told them to keep Bielsa!”

On this week’s episode we are joined by a rarity in English football an American in the dugout. Jesse Marsch started his career in the MLS before moving into football’s Red Bull model. After spells in Salzburg and Leipzig, he moved to the Premier League, leading one of the country’s most iconic clubs in Leeds United.Charged with saving the club from relegation after a period of decline under Marcelo Bielsa, his tenure started successfully before ending abruptly 12 months later.Are American managers disrespected in the British game? Why did he he turn down the Southampton job? And did he ultimately deserve to be sacked? No question will be left unanswered in this week’s episode of Up Front.Subscribe for future episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.Competition terms and conditions are available at the following link: https://wh.bet/UpFront100k
11/01/241h 5m

Seb Coe | "If I don’t protect the female category, no woman will ever win a medal again"

On today’s episode, we are joined by a double Olympic champion who went on to play a pivotal role in bringing the Olympic Games to London in 2012. From athlete to administrator, Sebastian Coe has been one of the key figures in the world of athletics for nearly 45 years.A world record breaker, his career was marked by rivalries with Steve Ovett and Steve Cram which electrified the nation as they went on to dominate the 1980 games in Moscow and the 1984 games in Los Angeles.Now the president of World Athletics, Seb joins the show to provide insight on the key issues facing the Olympic movement. From the banning of Russian and Belarusian athletes to doping prevention, the transgender issue and beyond.Subscribe for future episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.T&C’s: https://wh.bet/UpFront100k
04/01/241h 1m

UP FRONT WRAPPED 2023

In this special episode of Up Front, we take a look back on the first year of the podcast. Since the first episode was released in April, we have welcomed some of the most compelling and talented people from across the world of sport onto the show. In this end of year special Simon will give you an insight into his favourite moments, anecdotes and arguments of the series so far whilst also giving you insight into what the show is like behind the scenes… With more interesting episodes coming up in the new year, make sure you are subscribed to the channel so you won’t miss a thing.
28/12/2317m 11s

Robbie Fowler | "Michael Owen was fast… but I was the better striker in every way”

On today’s episode, we are joined by Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler. The epitome of ‘local lad done good’ Robbie Fowler was one of the most naturally gifted goal scorers to grace the Premier League earning him the nickname 'God' among the Anfield faithful.Nobody in Premier League history has scored as many goals as quickly as Fowler. His tally of 64 goals before the age of 21 surpassed the records of football luminaries like Wayne Rooney and Michael Owen. After retiring Robbie became a manager and after failing to secure an opportunity on domestic shores, he ventured abroad, leading clubs in Thailand, India,  Australia and most recently Saudi Arabia. Join us as we delve into Fowler's exceptional career, as he opens up on his painful split with Liverpool and his rivalry with Michael Owen whilst also giving insight into his departure from Al-Qadsiah in Saudi Arabia…Subscribe for future episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
21/12/231h 1m

Chris Eubank Snr | "I’ve always backed Conor Benn, I think he beats them all"

In this episode, we are joined by 2-weight world champion Chris Eubank Snr, a boxing legend whose journey from South London to the ring via New York is etched in boxing folklore. Eubank was known for his eccentricity and unique blend of charisma and showmanship which made him a standout figure in the world of boxing and beyond.During the 1990s, Eubank engaged in two legendary clashes with Nigel Benn that brought Britain to a standstill. Now their sons are set to face off in a clash that has been controversial since the very beginning. Chris joins the show to open up on his legendary battles, his thoughts on the potential clash between Conor Benn and Eubank Jr whilst giving his forthright views on the the current state of boxing in a way that only Chris Eubank can…Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
14/12/231h 4m

Ricky Hatton | “I’d rather be loved in my hometown than rich like Floyd Mayweather Jr"

On this week's episode, we sit down with one of the most beloved British boxers of all time - Ricky ‘The Hitman’ Hatton.Hatton's journey from a council estate in Hattersley to becoming a two-weight world boxing champion is the stuff of legend. His epic showdowns with boxing giants Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao saw thousands follow him to Las Vegas, leaving a mark on boxing history. But it was his memorable IBF light-welterweight title victory against Kostya Tszyu in Manchester back in 2005 that remains the pinnacle of his career, a night etched in the hearts of an entire nation.Join us for a raw and deeply honest exploration of Hatton's highs and lows, from conquering multiple weight divisions to dealing with personal challenges beyond the ring.Subscribe for future episodes, 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
07/12/2358m 27s

Michael Owen | “You don't have to be THAT GOOD to be a Premier League player anymore”

On today’s episode we are joined by one of only four Englishmen to win the Ballon d’Or. Michael Owen was a phenom who burst onto the scene with THAT goal against Argentina in the 1998 World Cup.He went on to score over 150 goals for Liverpool before becoming a ‘Galactico’ at Real Madrid. He returned to England in 2005, joining Newcastle United but his injuries had started to take their toll. He would go on to win a Premier League title at Liverpool’s hated rivals Manchester United before calling time on his career at Stoke City.Giving the inside scoop on his turbulent time at Newcastle United, challenging public perceptions of his character, and offering his thoughts on the current state of the Premier League, Michael joins the show to reflect on his career that featured brilliance and frustration in equal measure.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
30/11/231h 4m

Derek Chisora | "See this is why Tyson Fury doesn't like you!"

On this week's episode, we sit down with a true force of nature in the world of boxing - Derek Chisora.From his meteoric rise as a British heavyweight contender, capturing the public's attention with his raw power and fearless attitude, to facing off against some of the sport's biggest names, Chisora has showcased his warrior spirit time and again. His battles against the likes of Vitali Klitschko, Dillian Whyte, and Oleksandr Usyk have earned him a spot in boxing history.The ever-unpredictable Derek has a bone to pick with Simon as he sits down to discuss his career, the 'fairness' of Simon's coverage and the state of the heavyweight division.Subscribe for future episodes and head to http://www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSi... for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
23/11/2359m 37s

Rick Parry EFL Chair | “Attendance in League 2 is within the top 10 leagues in Europe”

On this week's episode Simon sits down with EFL Chair Rick Parry, a visionary in English football. As the top-flight's chief executive, he brokered the largest TV rights deal in history at the time, £700million, and the division prospered. He was also Liverpool's chief executive for 12 years, presiding over that iconic Champions league triumph in Istanbul.Now, in his current role as the chairman of the English Football League, Parry continues to play a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of English football. We'll delve into his experiences, insights, and the challenges he's faced along the way. Don't miss this exclusive interview with one of the most influential figures in football.Subscribe now and watch the full video episode on www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: This episode may contain language that some viewers may find offensive.
16/11/2359m 36s

Ruud Gullit | “It’s difficult for Ten Hag... Man United are stuck in the nineties”

Simon is joined by a Dutch footballing icon from the ‘total football’ era. One of only 38 men to have lifted the Ballon d'Or, Ruud Gullit joins the show to discuss his illustrious career, from rejecting Ajax as a young boy all the way through to his infamous spell as manager of Newcastle United.One of the greatest players to ever grace a football pitch, Ruud won multiple European cups during his time at AC Milan whilst also captaining the Netherlands to European Championship glory in 1988. Ruud joins the show to discuss his playing days, his passion for diversity and inclusion within football, whilst also giving his unfiltered thoughts on his dutch counterparts currently plying their trade in the Premier League today.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
09/11/231h 4m

Eddie Jones | "Saying Australia could win the World Cup was CRAZY"

Eddie Jones is one of the most recognisable coaches on the international rugby stage. Having coached his native Australia, Japan and of course England, where he won multiple Six Nations titles and reached a World Cup final in 2019. Known for his tough coaching methods, his controversial statements and his unwavering commitment to excellence, Eddie Jones is one of the game’s great characters.He joined the show on Friday 27th October, two days before he announced his resignation from his position as Head Coach of Australia. This hour long conversation gives an insight into his state of mind ahead of that big decision... Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
02/11/231h 1m

Stuart Broad | “I was staring at them singing SAME OLD AUSSIES ALWAYS CHEATING!”

A World Cup winner with four Ashes victories to his name, Stuart Broad is a modern cricketing icon who always stepped up when the lights were shining brightest.After retiring at the end of this year’s electric Ashes series, Stuart joins the show to reflect on his illustrious career whilst providing insight on the current England cricketing revolution, spearheaded by Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullumA winner, a wind-up merchant and a fierce competitor who has never been afraid to speak his mind, ‘Broady’ pulls no punches on this week’s episode of Up Front.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
26/10/231h 2m

Adam Booth | “I’ve lost faith in boxing, it’s just TOO EASY to dope!”

On this week's episode, we are joined by one of the UK's most respected boxing trainers - Adam Booth.Famous for guiding David Haye to cruiserweight and heavyweight glory and overseeing Andy Lee's historic WBO middleweight title win, Adam joins Simon to discuss his history in boxing, his run-ins with some of the world's greatest, and the dark side of doping in the sport.Subscribe for future episodes and head to http://www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSi... for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
19/10/231h

Carl Frampton | “The rise of YouTuber fights is a REAL concern for boxing”

For this episode Simon sits down with a boxer who lit up his sport, in divisions that don’t always get the attention they deserve. Rising from the streets of Tigers Bay, Belfast, Carl ‘The Jackal’ Frampton would go on to become a two weight world champion, brining a noisy and partisan crowd with him no matter the venue.Carl joins the show to discuss his action packed career and his feud with the McGuigans whilst also giving his unique perspective on the current boxing landscape ahead of KSI and Tommy Fury’s showdown.Subscribe for future episodes and head to http://www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSi... for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
12/10/2358m 26s

Billy Joe Saunders | 'Eubank Jr will NEVER be a World Champion. He can't box!'

On this week’s show we have a boxer who was borne out of a community, where we are often told that fighting is in the blood. Billy Joe Saunders is a two weight world champion, whose only career defeat came two-and-a-half years ago at the hands of Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, in front of the biggest live boxing audience in the USA since Ali vs Spinks.Billy joins the show to announce his comeback, whilst giving us the inside scoop on a career that has featured success and controversy in equal measure. Like his good friend Tyson Fury, Billy is not afraid to speak his mind and he puts the middle and super-middleweight divisions on notice in this week’s episode of Up Front.Subscribe for future episodes and head to http://www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive
05/10/2359m 9s

Paolo Di Canio | "I turned down Sir Alex because I'm West Ham through and through"

In this week’s episode we are joined by a Premier League icon, who was known for his beautiful goals, controversy, fall outs and a fiery Italian passion.Paolo Di Canio started his career at his boyhood team Lazio before plying his trade at a selection of Italian football’s biggest clubs. He went on to achieve legendary status at West Ham United after cementing himself as one of the game’s most volatile yet entertaining talents during his spells at Celtic & Sheffield Wednesday.His management career was more of the same and during this in-depth interview, Paolo and Simon discuss the controversial and sublime moments that punctuated the Italian's career.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
28/09/2359m 42s

Steve Bruce | “They ridiculed me, like Harry Maguire”

In this week’s episode we are joined by a three time Premier League winner and a defensive stalwart who captained a Manchester United team that kickstarted Sir Alex Ferguson’s dominance in English football.Steve Bruce has since managed over 1,000 games across a 24 year period, even managing for Simon Jordan at Crystal Palace. He joins the show to open up on the difficult moments within his career, whilst also giving his thoughts on the state of play at his former clubs Newcastle and Manchester United.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
21/09/231h

Lawrence Dallaglio | Borthwick arrived ‘shocked and surprised’ at England ‘mess’

As England look to make their mark at the Rugby World Cup, on this episode Simon is joined by a member of the most successful English rugby side of all time. The 2003 World Cup winner and a leader who was inspired by tragedy.Lawrence Dallaglio was a one club man, a Lion and an England great who was once described by Warren Gatland as ‘the best captain he had ever worked with’. Lawrence joins the show to discuss his life and career which contained success and scandal in equal measure, whilst telling us the mistakes England have made which means they’ve failed to replicate the success of 2003.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
14/09/2358m 1s

Stephen Hendry | "I was NOT happy when Ronnie tied MY record!"

This week we are joined by a rarity, a sportsman who can genuinely be called the greatest of all time. With 7 world titles, 36 ranking titles and 777 century breaks, only Ronnie O’Sullivan can be compared to the great Stephen Hendry. And like Ronaldo and Messi the GOAT debate continues with Simon Jordan posing the questions.A dominant force in the 1990s, Stephen took the world of snooker by storm, overseeing an era of dominance that had never seen before. Stephen joins the show to discuss his success, his rivalries and his struggles in this open and candid chat.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
07/09/2358m 42s

Up Front - The Best Bits

Simon Jordan has chosen his favourite conversations from the podcast so far and tells you what it’s like behind the scenes on the pod. You’ll hear robust exchanges, raw honesty and insight from those competing at the top of a range of sports in this episode. You’ll also hear why Simon wanted to speak to particular guests and how he prepares for an interview with someone whose strident views on a particular subject need to be put under proper scrutiny.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.This is Up Front, brought to you by William Hill. 18+ please gamble responsibly.
31/08/2328m 54s

Mike Dean | “I HATED VAR and was PETRIFIED of it”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.Mike Dean is arguably the most recognisable Premier League referee there has ever been. The first to brandish 100 red cards, he is known for his eccentric approach, no look yellow cards, exaggerated step overs and banter with the players, there’s simply never been another match official like him.Mike joins the show to gives his most honest and open interview to date, discussing his 23-year-long refereeing career, his struggles with VAR, relationships with Premier League managers and much more.Expect brutal honesty, frank admissions and insight into why the new directives have been introduced at the start of the new season.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
24/08/231h 10m

Warren Gatland | “Sport has gone woke, you need mental toughness!”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.This week we are joined by one of the most successful rugby coaches of the modern era. Warren Gatland has won multiple Six Nations Championships, coached the British & Irish Lions but his toughest challenge is just around the corner…On the eve of the Rugby World Cup in France, Warren joins the show to discuss the current state of Welsh rugby whilst also giving an insight into what it takes to coach on the elite, international stage.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
17/08/2355m 17s

Frank Warren | “Fury vs Ngannou is a sham and you know it Frank!”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.Frank Warren is a boxing promoter who has always blazed his own path. He broke ‘the boxing cartel’ and has worked with a number of this country’s most iconic fighters. Ricky Hatton, Joe Calzaghe, Chris Eubank and Tyson Fury to name just a few.Frank joins the show to discuss the ever changing and turbulent boxing landscape. No subject is off the table as Simon and Frank discuss the impact of Saudi Arabia, Frank’s array of feuds and the future of Tyson Fury.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.Disclaimer: This podcast was recorded prior to the cancellation of Anthony Joshua vs Dillian Whyte 2.
10/08/2359m 31s

Troy Deeney | "Saudi Arabia... That’s something I'd be interested in!"

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.Troy Deeney is a goalscorer and a leader known for his forthright honesty, making him almost unique amongst footballers today.No player has ever followed the path that Troy took. From bricklayer to the Premier League. From prison to an FA Cup final. Troy joins the show to discuss his unique career whilst offering an exclusive insight into what’s next…Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
03/08/2359m 49s

Sam Allardyce | “I’ll never recover from losing the England job"

Synonymous with the Premier League, Sam Allardyce has been portrayed as a long ball specialist, branded a dinosaur and even renowned as a revolutionary. We simply cannot tell the story of modern British football without the man they call ‘Big Sam’. Fresh from his short term Leeds United experiment, Sam joins the show to discuss his time at Leeds whilst looking back at the key moments in his career. Whether it’s his success at Bolton Wanderers or the pain of losing the England job. Nothing is off the table in this week’s episode of Up Front. Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
27/07/2352m 40s

Sir Ian Botham | "Cricket is NOT racist, misogynistic or elitist!"

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.Sir Ian Botham is one of the greatest all rounders in the history of cricket. A prodigious talent who created as many headlines off the pitch as he did on it. Ian joins the show to discuss his colourful career whilst giving the inside scoop on this year’s highly competitive Ashes test series.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
20/07/2356m 3s

Victoria Azarenka | “You were banned from Wimbledon, simply because of your passport…”

This week we are joined by 2x Grand Slam champion and former world number one, Victoria Azarenka. Born in Belarus, during the final years of the Soviet Union, Victoria’s career in tennis started purely by chance. After moving to the USA as a teenager to pursue her dream she would go on to become the first Belarusian to capture a tennis Grand Slam, winning the Australian Open in 2012.But now she has found herself in the middle of tensions, as the sporting and political worlds collide…Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
13/07/231h 2m

Barry McGuigan | “If you are caught DOPING, you should be BANNED for LIFE!”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.This week we are joined by the ‘Clones Cyclone,’ Barry McGuigan. An Olympian and a former world champion who helped to heal a desperately divided country, Barry joins the show to discuss his illustrious career both in and out of the ring.In 1985, 19 million people sat down to watch Barry win his first world title against Eusebio Pedroza, creating a level of fanfare and intrigue that boxing will never see again. In this eye-opening episode Barry opens up on his life full of extraordinary success and incredible tragedy.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
06/07/2353m 10s

David James | “I think Arsenal have taken away Ramsdale’s character”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.David James spent 25 years as an elite goalkeeper for the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City, Portsmouth and Aston Villa. Often criticised throughout his career he eventually went on to become England’s number one, winning 53 caps along the way.Often portrayed in the media as an ‘atypical’ footballer. David joins the show to discuss his up and down career, the so called golden generation and the future of English goalkeeping. All whilst giving an insight into the mind of one of the most unique characters British football has ever produced.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
29/06/2359m 58s

Carl Froch | “Tyson Fury is using money as an excuse to avoid Usyk!”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.Carl Froch is one of the greatest boxers this country has ever produced. A 4 time world champion who never shied away from the biggest fights. Carl joins the show to discuss his illustrious career, his unique psychological makeup, whilst also giving his views on the troubled boxing landscape.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
22/06/231h

James Wade | “I was diagnosed with bipolar after knocking my house down!”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.James Wade is one of the most iconic names in the modern darts era. A supremely talented ‘leftie’, James burst onto the scene at the age of 24 when he became the youngest player to win a major PDC title. He has since gone on to win a total of 10 major titles but not without his fair share of controversy.A fiery competitor, it was only a late in life diagnosis of bipolar and ADHD that led to James becoming fully aware of the reasons behind his sometimes erratic behaviour. Now an ambassador for Bipolar UK, James opens up about his incredible career and the bumps in the road along the way.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
15/06/2356m 21s

Matt Le Tissier | "After COVID, my family were worried about my mental health"

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is. This week we are joined by a rarity in football, a one club man. Considered a maverick and nicknamed ‘Le God’ we welcome Matt Le Tissier to Up Front.One of the greatest technical players the UK has ever produced Matt Le Tissier would go on to score 209 goals in an illustrious career at Southampton FC. He joins the show to discuss the relegation of his his beloved Saints, the future of Harry Kane whilst giving the inside scoop on the controversy that surrounded his exit from Soccer Saturday. Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
08/06/2358m 42s

Tim Sherwood | "I find it difficult to blame Levy for Spurs' problems"

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is. This week we are joined by one of only 15 captains to lift the Premier League trophy, Tim Sherwood. A core part of the successful Blackburn sides of the 90s, Tim went on to make over 600 appearances for a number of teams before being thrust into one of the biggest jobs in management after the dismissal of Andre Villas Boas at Tottenham Hotspur. Largely responsible for nurturing the talent of England captain Harry Kane, Tim joins the show to discuss his own career whilst giving us the inside scoop on the past, present and future of Tottenham’s greatest ever goal scorer. Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly. Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
01/06/2358m 7s

Johnny Nelson | "We would go to prisons and spar with murderers!"

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.This week we are joined by Johnny Nelson, this country’s longest ever cruiserweight world champion who experienced years of self-doubt, ridicule and hardships before reaching the summit. Years of tutelage turned under the late, great Brendan Ingle took him from a scared kid in a man’s body to a British boxing great. Now a mainstay of Sky Sport’s boxing coverage Johnny joins the show to discuss his unique career whilst discussing the future of boxing.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsiblyWarning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive. 
25/05/2356m 12s

John Barnes | "Society would not accept a black Simon Jordan!"

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.This week we are joined by John Barnes, a footballing icon of the 80s and 90s who remains one of the most electric players to ever grace these shores. Now an author and commentator on issues of race and class in modern Britain, John joins the show for an explosive interview that leaves no stone unturned.Why are there so few black managers in the football league? Simon & John put all the facts on the table in the search for a definitive answer.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly
18/05/2359m 2s

Sir AP McCoy | “I broke my back and rode again 8 weeks later”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.The term ‘GOAT’ is thrown around in the media but this week we are joined by a man who is undoubtedly the greatest of all time in his chosen discipline, Sir AP McCoy.The winner of 4,358 races, AP joins the show to diagnose the mindset of a serial winner. There are certain characteristics that people like Michael Jordan, Serena Williams and Cristiano Ronaldo all share. They are willing to sacrifice everything in the pursuit of victory. But what causes a man to get back on the horse only 8 weeks after breaking his back? Simon delves into the mind of the 20 time champion jockey on this week’s Up Front.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly
11/05/2354m 12s

Graeme Souness | “I wouldn’t have walked out on Match of the Day”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is. After recently announcing his departure from Sky Sports, footballing legend, friend and former sparring partner Graeme Souness joins the show to dissect the ever changing world of modern football. The captain of the great Liverpool side of the 80s, Graeme offers his unique insight on leadership, management and what it takes to stay at the very top of your profession.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly
04/05/2354m 59s

Tony Bellew | “Don’t come on here and be a PR for Eddie Hearn & AJ!”

This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A new show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.Our debut guest is a former world champion boxer who is known for his forthright views and his combustible nature. Tony Bellew goes Up Front with Simon Jordan as they debate Anthony Joshua’s place in the boxing world, the recent Conor Benn situation and the handling of it by Simon’s verbal sparring partner… Eddie Hearn. All whilst gaining an insight into the mind of one of the country’s most instinctive and ferocious fighters.Subscribe for future episodes and head to www.youtube.com/@UpFrontWithSimonJordan for full video episodes.18+ please gamble responsibly
27/04/2356m 44s

Welcome to Up Front with Simon Jordan

Welcome to Up Front with Simon Jordan, a new podcast from William Hill which sees the broadcaster and former Premier League club owner test the biggest names in sport.Simon will ask the questions most interviewers shy away from and hold his guests opinions up to proper scrutiny. He will investigate how sporting challenge, achievement and experience have influenced athlete’s lives whilst imparting his own forthright views on a range of sports and topics.Expect some twists, robust debates and high-profile sportsmen and women being put under the spotlight in the company of Simon. How will they cope with a forensic examination of their views, career, successes and failures?This is Up Front, brought to you by William Hill. 18+ please gamble responsibly.
21/04/231m 34s
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