Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis to bring you the biggest stories and talking points in football.
A new low for Man Utd? | Title predictions - will Arsenal hold on? | Euro 2024 draw analysed
Vicky and Darren are joined by the Times' Charlotte Duncker this week to run through all the big stories from Saturday's Premier League action.
They reflect on Saturday evening's fixture as Newcastle moved above Manchester United after a 1-0 win and look at Anthony Gordon's heroics as he strengthens his case for an England call-up.
The Guardian's Jamie Jackson also joins to analyse Marcus Rashford's low run of form and questions whether the England forward should be dropped from United's starting team.
They also make their title predictions after Arsenal extended their lead at the top of the table with a 2-1 win over Wolves, and discuss why Sean Dyche is the right person at the moment to lead Everton's fightback which saw the Blues' first win since their 10-point reduction.
Plus an exclusive interview with Jeremy Doku, who discusses his adaption in the Premier League, as well as his friendship with team-mate Jack Grealish.
Everton’s 10-point deduction | Haaland makes history with 50th goal | Dalot and Cash exclusives
Vicky and Darren are joined by The Telegraph’s Sam Wallace this week to run through all the big stories from Saturday's Premier League action.
They discuss the big news of Everton’s 10-point deduction for breaching the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules.
We hear from striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin on how the players reacted to the news.
Other big talking points include the heated exchange between Pep Guardiola and Darwin Nunez, Erling Haaland breaking yet another record with his 50th goal and Kai Havertz scoring an important late winner for Arsenal.
Plus there are exclusive interviews with Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot and Aston Villa’s Matty Cash.
Is Man Utd criticism justified? | Injury-hit Spurs lose two in a row | Guardiola exclusive
Vicky and Darren are joined by the Daily Mail's Dominic King this week to run through all the big stories from Saturday's Premier League action.
We ask whether Manchester United's recent criticism has been justified as they got back to winning ways against Luton, The Athletic's Charlie Eccleshare joins to work out what happens next for Spurs after their injury depleted side suffered back-to-back defeats and Gail Davis sits down with Pep Guardiola to discuss Jeremy Doku and Cole Palmer.
Arteta's VAR frustrations | Pressure eased on Ten Hag? | Extended interview with Rob Edwards
Vicky Gomersall is joined by the Assistant Editor of the Mirror, Darren Lewis and Sky Sports News' senior reporter, Melissa Reddy to discuss why Mikel Arteta feels so frustrated with the VAR during Arsenal's defeat to Newcastle.
We also look at Manchester United's victory over Fulham and whether it has really eased any pressure on manager, Erik Ten Hag.
We also hear at length from Luton boss, Rob Edwards who discusses his career, life as a Premier League manager and the club's season so far.
Nketiah makes his mark | More VAR drama | Are Tottenham genuine title contenders?
This week Vicky Gomersall is joined by The Mirror's Darren Lewis and The Telegraph's Sam Dean.
They reflect on hat-trick hero Eddie Nketiah's brilliant performance in the 5-0 win over Sheffield United, and the importance of Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal's title challenge.
Other big talking points include another VAR controversy in the game between Bournemouth and Burnley, more misery for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, and Ange Postecoglou's impact at Tottenham.
They also discuss the issue of inappropriate and offensive language in and around the game.
WARNING: Episode contains content that some listeners may find distressing.
A tribute to Sir Bobby Charlton
The Sunday Times' Jonathan Northcroft joins Vicky and Darren for a special podcast this week as we reflect on the life and career of Sir Bobby Charlton after the Manchester United and England icon passed away on Saturday at the age of 86.
great show but content drop is too late on a sunday..
please drop by 10:30 sunday so the content is relavent.
Death of a Podcast - a crying shame
Sunday Supplement used to be, without exception, my favourite podcast. Always my first listen on a Monday above anything else. Unfortunately that show is dead. It died when Neil Ashton left. The whole beauty of the show was the insight of a wide range of journalistic voices across the print media spectrum offering a well connected and well informed view on what was happening in football. Now it’s nothing of the sort. Darren Lewis is left to carry the whole thing on his shoulders. I always enjoyed him as one of the guests on the show but leaving him with Vicky Gommorsall and some inane ex pro be it Morrison, Mills or Agbonlahor this isn’t the Sunday Supplement!!! I don’t understand why Sky felt the need to change the format - football journalists discussing the world of football. I know Sky think they are committed to diversification and applaud that ethos. But surely you would have been better to actually replace Neil Ashton with Darren Lewis as the presenter and still give a platform to some of the excellent BAME journalists that used to appear on the show such as Vashali Bhardwaj & Jonathan Liew. This current format just stinks of patronising tokenism whilst all your main pundits & presenters continue to be white men. I implore you to have a rethink for next season and try and return to what made the show great. Until then I will be unsubscribing and listening to the Football Writers pod from BT Sport
Miss the Sunday supplement TV show
I loved how it was recorded as a podcast. This new version is poor.