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MNC: Eight-nils, one-pointers & free agent life
Mark Chapman presents the Monday Night Club with Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Andros Townsend. They discuss the Premier League teams which are struggling at the bottom of the table, with Sheffield United - who lost 8-0 to Newcastle on Sunday - joining Luton and Burnley in having picked up just one point so far this season. Newcastle defender Dan Burn - part of the team that humbled Paul Heckingbottom's side - then joins the podcast to tell the panel what it's like to beat an opponent so heavily. He goes on to discuss his enjoyment of his Champions League debut, including his love for the theme music. Townsend explains the heartbreak that followed coming close to getting a contract at Burnley, where he trained during pre-season.
02:58 Burnley, Luton and Sheffield United
07:50 Sheffield United fan Jonny Gascoigne from the Shoreham View
11:50 Luton fan Jayne Humphreys
16:35 Burnley with Natalie Bromley from BBC Lancashire Sport’s “Balls To It” Podcast
21:00 Andros Townsend on being a free agent
30:40 Dan Burn
Un-Spursy Tottenham & 'relentless' Newcastle
Ben Haines has reaction to a thriller of a north London derby & Newcastle’s 8-0 win at Sheffield United. He’s joined by Tom Huddlestone, Nigel Reo-Coker & Times reporter Charlotte Duncker. Also hear from James Maddison, Ange Postecoglou, Mikel Arteta, Eddie Howe, Paul Heckingbottom, Unai Emery, Mauricio Pochettino and Jürgen Klopp.
03:00 Justice for Jonny Evans!
07:40 James Maddison on ‘un-Spursy’ Tottenham
13:30 Hands up for penalty controversy
16:55 Mikel Arteta: ‘We lacked composure and calmness’
18:50 Is Bukayo Saka too nice?
22:50 Newcastle match their record Premier League win
27:45 Villa’s rotation pays off at goal-shy Chelsea
32:20 Can Liverpool challenge for the title?
35:05 Yet more Mitoma magic for Brighton
37:05 Nigel’s moment of the weekend
Man Utd recover, Rodri sees red & Everton rejoice
John Bennett presents reaction to Saturday's Premier League action from a windy Turf Moor where Manchester United beat Burnley 1-0. He is joined by former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson, former England striker Natasha Dowie, and The Athletic's Adam Crafton. The podcast includes United's victory being described as "unconvincing" despite Erik Ten Hag's team recovering from three consecutive defeats. The panel then move on to Manchester City's win over Nottingham Forest in which key midfielder Rodri was shown a red card. Discussion also covers Everton gaining their first win of the season, along with Luton getting a first ever Premier League point, before a preview of Sunday's derby between Arsenal and Tottenham.
02:37 Burnley 0-1 Manchester United
13:50 Manchester City 2-0 Nottingham Forest
20:20 Brentford 1-3 Everton
25:50 Luton Town 1-1 Wolves
30:50 Arsenal v Spurs preview
North London Derby preview & England squeeze past Scotland
Juliette Ferrington, Pat Nevin, Karen Bardsley & Vicki Sparks look ahead to this weekend’s Premier League fixtures
The panel preview a highly anticipated North London Derby discussing Ange Postecoglou’s influence & if Mikel Arteta prefers David Raya over Aaron Ramsdale
They also talk about if it was fair for Andre Onana to take the heat for Manchester United’s performance against Bayern Munich
Plus they react to England’s 2-1 win over Scotland in their inaugural Nations League game, hearing from Rachel Daly & Sarina Wiegman
00:43 – Discussion on Ange Postecoglou
07:57 – Arteta’s goalkeeper decision
19:32 – Reaction to England’s win over Scotland
27:26 – Rachel Daly interview
35:36 – Sarina Wiegman Interview
72+: Rosenior’s Tigers & Warnock’s last waltz?
Aaron Paul is joined by Danny Cowley & Stephen Kelly for the big EFL stories. Hear from Neil Warnock after he left Huddersfield Town. Catch a feature interview with Hull City manager Liam Rosenior. Also hear from Ryan Lowe with Preston top of the Championship, and Russell Martin on Southampton’s losing run. And the panel discuss Cheltenham’s struggles and Pompey’s pride.
01:45 Neil Warnock leaves Huddersfield Town
08:55 Warnock: ‘It’s been very very emotional’
13:25 Hull City boss Liam Rosenior interview
23:20 Lowey loving life at Preston North End
28:55 Martin’s ‘scar tissue’ misery at Southampton
34:05 Cheltenham still yet to score a league goal
36:25 Danny Cowley on his old club Portsmouth
Euro Leagues: Kylie, Diddy, Ilde & De Zerbi
Steve Crossman presents Euro Leagues with Guillem Balague, James Horncastle & Rafa Honigstein.
They catch up with Andorran legend Ildefons Lima, who after 26 years, 2 months and 20 days has retired - making him the longest serving player in men’s international football.
He made his debut aged 17 back in 1997, and the panel reminisce about their lives (and musical tastes) at that time.
And despite Brighton’s first taste of European football ending in defeat, the panel discuss the impact Roberto De Zerbi has had on the club – a year on from his appointment.
06.08 – Manchester United and Andre Onana
15.33 – Ildefons Lima
22.56 – Brighton and Roberto de Zerbi
Talentless Micah Richards being smug about having too many jobs is not good listening.
Also can women’s World Cup stuff have it’s own podcast.
Football gossip daily
This is a great idea and should be good. Luke Edwards is worth listening to.
But it’s utterly ruined by the presenter, Maisie Adams. It says she’s a comedian, but given she ruined the episode about Amsu Fati by making utterly predictable and infantile ‘jokes’ about his surname I don’t accept that she makes a living through comedy.
The only good thing is that her lisp is so bad that you can’t really understand much of what she says.
Please replace her with a grown up, and you’ve got a podcast worth listening to.
Under the bus you go
Well wasn’t Mark Clattenburg happy to throw Howard Webb, Jon Moss and PGMOL under the bus on Monday night! As always time has forgotten he may just have made the odd error himself! Never refereed in the VAR era yet he somehow feels qualified to preach about the lack of game management! I remembered him as a referee who liked the game to be about him not the players! His arrogance suggested a resentment at not currently being involved as opposed to objective analysis! Well done Chris Sutton on putting the onus back on the players!