Hosted by Joe Cole and Tom Davis and with a lineup of incredible guests, we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest games of the weekend. From analysis to random stats and of course incredible stories from inside the dressing room, don’t miss All to Play For. Brought to you by JOE and Coral.
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Meeting the Pope, living with Gazza and Guinness with Jack Charlton - with Andy Townsend
Former Chelsea, Aston Villa and Republic of Ireland midfielder Andy Townsend joins Tom and Joe on the show this week.
Andy talks about reaching the quarter-finals of the 1990 World Cup with Ireland and being invited to meet the Pope before their game against Italy in Rome.
He talks the guys through the difference in football culture from when he was playing in the nineties, and the importance of team bonding and a good night out - often encouraged by the legendary Jack Charlton.
And tells us exactly what it was like living with Paul Gascoigne and how they ended up with a hole in the ceiling and a ruined snooker table.
Invincibility, Goalkeeping and an Invite to Oktoberfest - with Jens Lehmann
Former Arsenal and Germany goalkeeper Jens Lehmann links up with Tom and Joe to reminisce about one of the finest teams the Premier League has ever seen. Jens joined Arsenal in the summer of 2003 and went onto become a key figure in the title-winning 'Invincibles' side of 03/04.
Fondly known as 'Mad Jens,' he recalls the fiercest of football rivalries - Manchester United v Arsenal - and talks us through his memories of 'The Battle of the Buffet' in 2004, which saw the end of Arsenal's record 49-match unbeaten run.
He also tells us what he thinks of the current Arsenal setup. Joe's thoughts are that Arsenal could do with not one, but FOUR Jens Lehmanns in the current squad.
Gerrard finals, Zidane’s magic, and becoming Lord of the Manor - with Djibril Cissé
Former Liverpool and France striker Djibril Cissé joins Tom and Joe to discuss his time at Anfield, which included two of the most famous cup finals in recent memory: the '05 Champions League final against AC Milan in Istanbul and the '06 FA Cup final against West Ham in Cardiff.
He also reminisces about being part of the post-1998 French generation of players, as well as discussing Liverpool’s defeat to Man City and their unlikely Premier League title defence.
Oh, and he seemed to enjoy playing under Roy Keane, though maybe not as much as he enjoyed becoming Lord of the Manor of Frodsham.
Thrashings, wondergoals, and Ronaldinho’s biggest asset - with Trevor Sinclair
Former West Ham, Man City and England midfielder Trevor Sinclair joins Tom and Joe to discuss getting relegated despite being “too good to go down” and the biggest results they’ve been either side of, after Southampton’s 9-0 defeat to Manchester United.
Joe and Trev remember their best goals, England’s run at the 2002 World Cup, and ask whether Liverpool's title race is run ahead of Manchester City's trip to Anfield this weekend.
The Perils of Management. With Carlton Palmer
Following the sacking of Frank Lampard earlier this week, Joe and Tom are joined by former England international Carlton Palmer to have a detailed look at the dangers of stepping into the world of management and how it has changed over the recent decades. We also hear about what really happened when Eric Cantona had his unsuccessful trial with Sheffield Wednesday.
What went wrong at the 2010 World Cup? With Gareth Barry
The Premier League’s record appearance maker Gareth Barry joins Joe and Tom to discuss winning the league with the last kick of the game for Manchester City, Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli’s antics, and the story behind England getting knocked out of the World Cup by Germany under Fabio Capello.