Former Socceroos captain Paul Okon and former Premier League striker Michael Bridges join David Weiner for this week's episode.
We begin, of course, with the incredible turn of events on the weekend and what that means heading into the international break.
Why Liverpool can, and can't, maintain this eight point leadManchester City's inexplicable set-backNewcastle United's Longstaff brothers' refreshing reactionManchester United: Pre-season predictions reviewed - Will Solskjaer be gone by Christmas? If you are Mauricio Pochettino, you would ... Everton's woesBridgey's Top 5 most influential players so far this season
We also look at Juventus' symbolic win over Inter Milan, rumours simmering about Antoine Griezmann and Barcelona, the Socceroos' upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifying double header and pick out what to look forward to in our six straight days of UEFA Euro 2020 action.
There's also a fascinating insight from Paolo into what Australia's dressing room was like after the 1997 disaster against Iran, while Bridgey reflects on the best dressing room rev-up he experienced in his career.
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