beIN The Know: Fans are coming home!!! * Cross everything
We lookahead to the return of the 12th man but home and away fans this time, right?
Chelsea vs Manchester United, Tuchel's first top four test. The Athletic's Chelsea Correspondent Simon Johnson assesses
the opening weeks of the new man in charge at Cobham & brings insight on breaking the story of Lampard's departure.
PA's Chief football writer and Manchester United reporter Simon Peach casts his eyes over Manchester United's summer shopping wish list.
How the tables have turned. The Mirror's Midlands reporter James Nursey previews Leicester vs Arsenal with fans in the host city looking up!
Moyes & Jesse return to Manchester, with nothing to lose at the Etihad & all the pressure on Pep?
Klopp & Jose set to turnaround their season with momentum building fixtures ahead?
Simon Peach gives us insight on Mourinho at MUFC & his first hand experience of working with Poch at Saints - why he'll excel at PSG
And at the bottom what are the long term prospects for Big Sam? Any signs of a Houdini escape?
Fulham looking the only likely suspect to climb out of the drop?
beIN The Know : Challengers ready? Anyone??
In the week Klopp throws in the towel #beIN The Know searches high and low for a title challenger to Manchester City.
The usual suspects need not apply... Leicester.. .however?
We head to Merseyside to pull a chewed-up Dominic King out of Liverpool's rumour mill and he reassures LFC fans that Klopp is staying & how!
Charlotte Duncker throws Ole under the wheel & prepares Old Trafford for a long ball invasion from Steve the Bruce
Gerry Cox explains why Spurs fans have seen enough of the Special one.
Plenty of positives for West Ham, Tuchel & Ancelotti. And we look to the Merseyside derby, Arteta v Pep and Fulham's rise on the riverside.
Pogba, Moyes and Hendo get a timely slap on the back and find out why Ole and a piggyback ride peaked our interest...
beIN The Know: The day of the dossier.
The dossier returns, will it prove to be the death-nail in Arteta's Arsenal?
Klopp's accelerating away at the top but can Ole commandeer the wheel?
It's a bumper Christmas edition.
Paul Hetherington a Fleet Street great & former FWA Chair who charted Sir Alex's rise and reign asks if Ole can challenge for
a title again?
Hot off the phone from Big Sam, how big a hole does he have to get out of this time?
Paul Brown, London Football Reporter for the Daily Star joins us right on the back of a return from Stamford Bridge.. Bourbon biscuit grasped in hand.
Hayters Football Correspondent Gerry Cox measures Tottenham's expectations after back to back defeats.
Alison Bender, Premier League reporter looks ahead to the next London derby. Is Chelsea's bounce back all it appears?
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Jürgen v Jose. 12th man momentum. The Manchester Dierby unpicked. Pep, Pogba De Gea & Ole.
Your judging panel this week.
Andy Dunn, Chief Sports Writer at The Mirror puts Pep under the microscope and regales us with Mourinho's conversational trickery.
Dominic Fifield, Senior Writer at The Athletic bites back at Lampard's lambasting of title chatter.
Nick Mashiter, Midlands Football Writer for the Press Association asks when did football become a non-contact sport?
Praise for Demba Ba and a strong statement from our panel on sanctions for players walking-off the pitch in 2020.
beIN The Know. The fans return.
We are joined by John Cross, Chief Football Writer at The Mirror.
Daily Telegraph Columnist, Jim White
Goal's Chelsea Correspondent, Nizaar Kinsella.
The fans return, great insight from the first games to open their gates but a section of Millwall fans let the game down.
Mourinho &Lampard step-up title chase. Can they really rival Klopp?
Which Manchester United will turn up for Leipzig & The derby?
And on the week of the FIFA World Cup qualifying draw, who are the favourites?
Can England win a World Cup under Southgate?
Barkley and Grealish in another apparent coronavirus breach, this time on club duty.
And our regular "Unsung hero of the week" turns to farce.
beIN The Know. Maradona remembered. Concussion & dementia. Mourinho, MUFC v PSG, North London Derby & Spygate
Paddy Barclay was at the Azteca Stadium in 1986 and transports us back to the day Maradona became a football god.
Tim Vickery joins us from South America & The Telegraph's award winning journalist Jeremy Wilson joins us to bring us the latest on
his campaigns on dementia and concussion.
What must change now?