Every Thursday, Seán McGill and Cameron Wanstall round-up the midweek football action, as well as looking ahead to what’s to come at the weekend across different leagues and competitions.
It's Your Opinion, But It's Wrong
Seán and Cameron are joined by Taylor and Amy to discuss Neil Lennon’s departure, more Champions League action and the upcoming League Cup final.
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Feeding the Narrative
Back in the same room, Seán and Cameron are joined virtually by Jack and Taylor to talk through the return of the Champions League.
In Big Shout, the boys discuss Steven Gerrard's potential homecoming at Liverpool, BT Sport's Champions League coverage not living up its potential and, of course, emerging superstars Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe.
Champions League chat continues into Second Ball as the guys discuss PSG's thrashing of Barcelona, Liverpool capitalising on Leipzig's defensive frailties and the five-goal thriller between Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla. There is also chat on Aberdeen's goal drought and Hamilton's survival chances.
A nervy Champions League-themed See It Out is followed up by a Game of the Week filled with local derbies.
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That's No How You Pronounce It
Seán and Cameron are back with Taylor and Graeme to talk through more drama and action from Scotland and beyond.
In Big Shout, there’s the best midfielder outside the Old Firm, Newcastle’s relegation prospects without Callum Wilson, Dortmund’s Champions League chances and whether Neil Lennon will still be in the Parkhead dugout come the new seasons.
Cameron takes the reins in Second Ball as the team talk through the continued suspension of the lower leagues, Tommy Wright’s first game in charge of Killie and Kemar Roofe’s suspension by the SFA.
See it Out is hosted by Graeme as he quizes the boys on his favourite topic, German football.
And the show is rounded off with a debate over the Game of the Week.
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It’s Jamie and Struan who join Seán and Cameron on this week’s Extra Time to discuss a full slate of Premiership and Premier League fixtures.
In Big Shout, there’s bold claims about Sheffield United and Dundee United’s chances of survival, as well as chat about the worst goalkeeper in Scotland and an incomong drubbing for Liverpool.
It’s the numbered approach to Second Ball again, with the team looking through another 9-0, discussing female managers making the jump to the men’s game, and...a commentator doing a poo.
See it Out tests the boys’ knowledge of this season’s January transfer window, before they offer their Games of the Week.
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First Touch Like A Trampoline
Seán and Cameron and joined by Struan and Graeme this week off the back of a midweek slate of Premiership football, shocks down South and big clashes on the continent.
Big Shout covers diving, Frank Lampard's links to Chelsea, Livi's race for third and Alex Dyer's status at Kilmarnock.
It's a special quickfire Second Ball and the boys rattle through nine of the biggest games and stories from this midweek. Morelos' challenge on Porteous, Oli Burke's winner for Sheffield United, and an absolute belter of a Milan Derby.
See it Out sees Cameron quiz the team on the Premier League goalkeepers with 70 or more clean sheets.
And there's shouts from the Premier League, the Scottish Championship, the Bundesliga and Liga Now for Game of the Week.
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The Streak is Over
Seán and Cameron are joined by Jack and Jamie to take a look at another mental week in the world of football.
In Big Shout, they discuss the Kane/Son partnership for Spurs, Gareth Bale's future, the relevance of super cups, and the best team in Europe.
Second Ball takes a look at the suspension of lower league football in Scotland, Celtic's apology for their trip to Dubai, and the postponed clash between Livingston and Aberdeen. Seán shares his experience of travelling to the Tony Macaroni Arena only for the game to be called of ten minutes after it was meant to kick off.
In See it Out, Jack chases that elusive first win as he takes on Jamie and Cameron over the category of record transfer deals in Scotland.
The guys round off the show by taking a look at some of the eye-catching fixtures to come and pick their Game of the week.
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