Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis to bring you the biggest stories and talking points in football.
Liverpool v Man United previewed, new COVID rules enforced and is Ozil's Arsenal nightmare finally ending?
Vicky and Darren are joined by former England international Darren Bent to preview the biggest PL game of the season so far between Liverpool and Man Utd - who could go six points clear with a victory at Anfield. Also discussed are the new COVID protocols regarding celebrating goals and looking at what the future holds for Mesut Ozil who's Arsenal nightmare looks set to come to an end.
Man Utd go joint top, Arsenal's young guns do the business and should there be a circuit breaker?
Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to discuss the flouting of rules by PL players and whether or not there should be a circuit breaker to stop the rise of cases in the league. Arsenal's youngsters get them into European contention and Man City v Chelsea is previewed.
Arsenal hit back with impressive win over Chelsea, Klopp speaks Salah and what does the future hold for Dele?
Tom White and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor to discuss Arsenal's crucial victory over Chelsea which has led to question marks over the Blues' title credentials, whilst Jurgen Klopp speaks about Mo Salah's future and Dele Alli's future is in the limelight following more criticism from Jose Mourinho
Liverpool put seven past Palace, Mourinho talks touchline antics and are Arsenal in a relegation battle?
Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to discuss Liverpool's thrashing of Crystal Palace that ensure they are top of the tree at Christmas, Arsenal's potential relegation battle and there is an extended interview with Jose Mourinho. Mo Salah's Liverpool future is also discussed, after he is left on the bench following an interview with Spanish publication, AS.
Chelsea squander the chance to go top, a dour Manchester derby and Paul Pogba's future discussed
Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Bent to look back at a drab Manchester derby, Chelsea's defeat at Goodison Park to Everton and to assess Paul Pogba's future after comments by him and his agent. Events in Paris from midweek are also discussed, as to whether the protocols in football regarding racism and leaving the pitch need to be changed.
Anton Ferdinand, the FA and Kick it Out discuss racism in English football, the NLD is previewed and United come back again
Vicky and Darren are joined by Anton Ferdinand to talk about his new documentary Football, Racism and Me, whilst Troy Townsend from Kick it Out and The FA's Edleen John condemn the booing of players taking the knee at Millwall. The North London Derby is previewed with Mikel Arteta and Jose Mourinho, whilst they also look back at yet another come back and win on the road for Man Utd.
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Used to love this pod
My favourite pods don’t include ex pros. I like Guardian Football Weekly and the Football Writers Podcast. When Ash was presenting with the journo guests it was untouchable. I like Vicky and Darren is great but only listen if I can handle listening to the guest. Clinton Morrison surprisingly good but cannot listen to Gabby (100%, Exactly That) Agbonlahor. It has gone downhill but it’s still ok. Seems to end very abruptly each week and could really do without Bet365 bursting my ear drums every five minutes but hey ho.
Like all sky programs - now just a vix ticking exercise - bring back Neil Ashton
Used to be the best football podcast, the new format is so dull. The panel of journalist insight/analysis/banter was the show’s USP. Sorry to say I’m no longer a listener.