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James Richardson and Team Totally are here three times a week with all the football news you need to know - and plenty that you don’t. On Monday, we review all the weekend’s action. On Tuesday, it’s the Euro crew with James Horncastle and Raphael Honigstein looking at matters across the continent. And on Thursday, Duncan Alexander brings the silliness and numbers.

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James Richardson and Team Totally are here three times a week with all the football news you need to know - and plenty that you don’t. On Monday, we review all the weekend’s action. On Tuesday, it’s the Euro crew with James Horncastle and Raphael Honigstein looking at matters across the continent. And on Thursday, Duncan Alexander brings the silliness and numbers.

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    Man City accused of breaking financial rules as they lose to record breaking Kane, Dyche debut win and Liverpool thrashed again

    Man City accused of breaking financial rules as they lose to record breaking Kane, Dyche debut win and Liverpool thrashed again

    Jimbo is joined by Daniel Storey, Adrian Clarke and Jon McKenzie to discuss the weekend's Premier League action.
    The Athletic's Matt Slater drops in to explain all as Man City are hit with over 100 charges of breaching financial rules by the Premier League, over a nine-year period.
    On the pitch, City's struggles at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium continue as Harry Kane beats Jimmy Greaves goal record for Spurs.
    Sean Dyche wins his debut game in charge at Goodison against table topping Arsenal.
    Liverpool come unstuck again as Lopeteguis Wolves beat them 3-0.
    Plus Leicester win away at Villa, Potter's Chelsea can't score again at neighbours Fulham and a look ahead to the midweek FA Cup replays.
    Produced by Jesse Howard.

    RUNNING ORDER: 
    • PART 1: Dyche masterclass agaisnt Arsenal (03.41)
    • PART 2a: Harry Kane becomes Spurs all time top scorer in win against City (10.55)
    • PART 2b: Matt Slater talks Man City financial charges (22.20) 
    • PART 3a: Wolves beat Liverpool 3-0 (30.55) 
    • PART 3b: Forest beat Leeds with Brennan Johnson strike (37.00)
    • PART 3c: FA Cup replays (49.40)
    • PART 4a: Fulham Chelsea stalemate (52.40)
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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Record spending in the transfer window, Arsenal on Mersey for Dyche's debut and Spurs take on Man City

    Record spending in the transfer window, Arsenal on Mersey for Dyche's debut and Spurs take on Man City

    Jimbo is joined by Duncan Alexander, Carl Anka and Rory Smith to discuss this weekend's fixtures and the main takeaways from the January transfer window.
    Football finance expert and author of Price Of Football, Kieran Maguire drops in to talk about Chelsea's spending and what it means.
    Sean Dyche is unveiled as Everton manager and faces a stern test at Saturday lunchtime with the league leaders Arsenal visiting.
    Conte undergoes gall bladder surgery, and his Spurs side host Man City, against whom they often do well.
    Plus a classic rivalry of years gone by as Forest take on Leeds in the Premier League for the first time since 1999.
    Produced by Jesse Howard.

    RUNNING ORDER: 
    • PART 1: Transfer dealine day and football finances with Kiran maguire (00.45)
    • PART 2a: Chelsea Vs Fulham (16.10)
    • PART 2b: Dyche's debut against Arsenal (27.40) 
    • PART 3a: City losing Cancelo and host Spurs (33.50) 
    • PART 3b: Leeds host Forest for the first time in the top flight since 1999 (44.10)
    • PART 3c: Newcastle and Man Utd win Carabao Semi Finals (49.40)
    • PART 4a: All the rest of the weekends fixtures (01.01.40)
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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Madrid and PSG drop points, a title race in Germany and Milan's Malaise

    Madrid and PSG drop points, a title race in Germany and Milan's Malaise

    Jimbo and the distinguished panel of James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Alvaro Romeo are back in the studio together for the first time in 3 years to discuss the latest football action across the continent.
    Balogun scores with the last kick of the game for Reims to secure a dramatic 1-1 draw against 10 man PSG.
    A title race is on in the Bundesliga as Bayern drop points at Frankfurt and Dortmund and Union Berlin win.
    Osimhen scores a stunner for Napoli as they chase the Scudetto, whilst Milan get humiliated at Sassuolo and Juve's misery continues with 2-0 loss at Monza.
    Plus transfer deadline across the continent and Ajax search for a new manager.
    Produced by Jesse Howard.

    RUNNING ORDER: 
    • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (06.10)
    • PART 2: Balogun pegs PSG back (12.00)
    • PART 3: The Bundesliga title race (22.50) 
    • PART 4: Ajax sack their manager and sit 4th (35.00) 
    • PART 5: Milan get embarassed at Sassuolo (36.20)
    • PART 6: Gattuso sacked at Valencia (49.40)
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Brighton best Liverpool again and Dyche rocks up at Everton

    Brighton best Liverpool again and Dyche rocks up at Everton

    Jimbo is joined by Tim Spiers, Daniel Storey and Liam Tharme after a captivating FA Cup 4th round weekend and ahead of the transfer window slamming shut.

    Non-league Wrexham entertain us all with a 3-3 draw against Sheffield United, but Brighton are the big winners on Sunday, getting the better of Liverpool again. We rave about Mitoma and why the Big Six keep flocking to the Seagulls for players.

    Elsewhere, Man City edge past Arsenal with their big man little man strike partnership, Spurs are eyeing silverware even with moaning Danjuma, and agricultural Walsall catch Tim’s eyes.

    Plus Gordon, Caicedo, Semenyo and that Ronaldo free-kick against Portsmouth.

    Produced by Charlie Jones.

    RUNNING ORDER: 
    • PART 1: It’s Sean Dyche at Everton (02.00)
    • PART 2a: Wrexham 3-3 Sheffield Utd (08.00)
    • PART 2b: Brighton 2-1 Liverpool (14.00) 
    • PART 3a: Man City 1-0 Arsenal (28.00) 
    • PART 3b: Preston 0-3 Tottenham (33.00)
    • PART 3c: Fulham 1-1 Sunderland (37.00)
    • PART 4a: Happy transfer deadline day (40.00)
    • PART 4b: The rest of the FA Cup weekend (44.00)

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    • 58 min
    Pure Clichés: The Language of Football

    Pure Clichés: The Language of Football

    Not heard Adam Hurrey's equal parts hilarious and ridiculous Football Clichés podcast yet? Well here's a little taster for you to carry you over the FA Cup weekend. And if you like it, make sure to check out their extensive back catalogue of episodes, featuring interviews with Jamie Carragher, Keir Starmer and none other than James Richardson himself.
    Jimbo and the gang will be back as usual on Monday to discuss all the big weekend talking points.
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    • 8 min
    Wrexham in the spotlight, Guardiola versus Arteta and are Man United & Newcastle Wembley-bound?

    Wrexham in the spotlight, Guardiola versus Arteta and are Man United & Newcastle Wembley-bound?

    Jimbo reconvenes with Duncan Alexander, Nancy Frostick and Adrian Clarke ahead of FA Cup 4th round weekend.

    Man City and Arsenal go head to head at the Etihad on Friday night. Will Pep and Mikel throw down the gauntlet or try to throw each other off the scent ahead of their Premier League meetings?

    All eyes on Wrexham this Sunday as the National League side host Sheffield United. Elsewhere can Accrington upset Leeds and are Brighton the competition’s dark horses?

    It’s advantage Man United and Newcastle in the Carabao Cup semi-final first legs, which has Duncan explaining the finer details of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.

    Plus Danjuma’s change of mind and Bristol City’s penalty conspiracy.

    Produced by Charlie Jones.

    RUNNING ORDER: 
    • PART 1: Everton’s exciting week (02.00)
    • PART 2a: Accrington v Leeds preview (11.30)
    • PART 2b: Wrexham v Sheffield Utd preview (16.00) 
    • PART 3a: Man City v Arsenal preview (24.00) 
    • PART 3b: Fancying Sheffield Wednesday and Walsall to progress (33.00)
    • PART 3c: Southampton 0-1 Newcastle (36.00)
    • PART 4a: Forest 0-3 Man Utd (41.00)
    • PART 4b: The rest of the FA Cup weekend (46.00)

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