Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis to bring you the biggest stories and talking points in football.
Saints hold Man City to leave door ajar and Man Utd stake their claim
Vicky and Darren discuss Southampton's excellent display against Manchester City, as their long winning run finally came to and end to give a little bit of hope to Liverpool in the title race. They also reflect on Newcastle's vital win over Leeds, and Man United's last gasp winner over top four over top four rival West Ham.
Benitez's future on the rocks, COVID chaos continues and is the title race already over?
Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to reflect on Manchester City's 1-0 victory over Chelsea, to give Pep Guardiola's side a 13 point lead at the top of the Premier League. They also discuss Rafa Benitez's future at Everton, after it was reported the board are holding emergency talks about his role, whilst the COVID chaos continues after the North London Derby was postponed.
Lukaku's interview controversy and Man City win it late at the Emirates
Tom White is joined by Darren Lewis and Kevin Campbell to discuss Romelu Lukaku's controversial interview in Italy, and whether or not Thomas Tuchel made the right call to drop him from the squad for Chelsea's crunch match against Liverpool. They also discuss Manchester City's late victory over Arsenal and what can be done to improve the quality of officiating in the Premier League.
COVID causes chaos in the fixture list and are Arsenal genuine top four contenders?
Julian Warren is joined by Darren Lewis and Lianne Sanderson to reflect on a Saturday fixture list ravaged by COVID, with Arsenal thrashing Leeds the only result from a scheduled six games. They also discuss Arsenal's top four hopes, the title race between Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea and look at how the new COVID variant could affect football going forward.
Top three and Man United all win thanks to controversial penalties and a big upset in the WSL
Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to look back on a controversial day of Premier League action, which saw controversial penalties decide four matches on Saturday, as Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea all win. Ralf Rangnick maintains his 100% start with Manchester United after victory over Norwich, and Reading shock Chelsea in the WSL.
Three different leaders on Saturday as Origi wins it late for Liverpool
Vicky and Darren are joined by Michael Brown to reflect on an intriguing day of Premier League football as there were three different leaders at the top of the league after Chelsea lost to West Ham, Liverpool left it late against Wolves and Man City brushed Watford aside. They also look ahead to what is in store for Manchester United where Ralf Rangnick takes charge of his first game.
A good couple of months without the Bet365 ad thundering into my ears, have no real issues with the content of the program but the ads really need sorting.
New format is really poor
For years this was a good listen, informed journalist from various papers giving decent insight and opinion. Now it’s just random ex footballers talking nonsense. Lots of womens football too. Can’t imagine anyone thinks this is an improvement.
What a terrible shame
Agree with what others have said about Morrison, very un-educated for this style of show. I mean, Morrison or Henry Winter and Martin Samuel et al. No brainer Darren Lewis has the most annoying voice ever but does at least understand football. Alas it’s taken a dive bomb and the Totally football show has cemented its position even more as the UK’s top football podcast and show. What idiot changed a winning and successful formula to be fashionable. Watch the subscribers and viewers disappear faster than ever, to think someone at Sky actually got paid for making this horrific change.