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Euro Leagues – Whitley Bay Ronaldo, Mr Andorra and Nagelsmann's jacket
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Raphael Honigstein & Mina Rzouki.
After the big Champions League games this week, the team discuss Josep Bartomeu resigning from Barcelona in a blaze of glory and his European Super League plans.
Plus - Ronaldo Vieira tells his story of moving from Benfica to Whitley Bay, then to Leeds and now to Italy.
Andorra's captain, top scorer and record appearance holder Ildefons Lima also joins the pod after he was left out of the squad due to a dispute with the national federation.
Rashford and United's diamond shine bright
John Murray, Chris Sutton and Conor McNamara join Mark Chapman to discuss a dominant Manchester United performance against RB Leipzig in the Champions League. Plus, ahead of the Europa League action we hear from Jose Mourinho on whether Gareth Bale was unpopular in Spain, and Neil Lennon on "absolutely shocking" media criticism of the job he's doing at Celtic.
Bartomeu's Barcelona bombshell
Mark Chapman is joined by ex-Scotland international Pat Nevin, Liverpool U23s assistant coach Gary O'Neill and commentators John Murray and Ian Dennis to analyse Josep Bartomeu's dramatic resignation as Barcelona president. Spanish football expert Eduardo Alvarez helps assess Bartomeu's revelation the club has accepted a proposal to join a European Super League.
There's also reaction to comfortable victories for Liverpool and Manchester City in the Champions League, although an injury to Fabinho has caused more defensive headaches for Jurgen Klopp.
MNC: Spurs’ dynamic duo and surprising start to the season?
Kelly Cates is joined by Micah Richards, Rory Smith and Leon Osman for the Monday Night Club.
Arlo White joins the pod with reaction to Tottenham’s 1-0 win over Burnley as Kane and Son link up to give Spurs the win.
The Athletic West Bromwich Albion correspondent Steve Madeley joins the pod after Slaven Bilić expressed his unhappiness with the sale of Ahmed Hegazi and the MNC react to West Brom’s 1-1 draw with Brighton.
PLUS is this the most unpredictable Premier League season?
Mediocre in Manchester but no stopping Vardy
Jeanette Kwakye is joined by Ben Haines, Lianne Sanderson and Matt Jarvis to discuss another underwhelming weekend for the Manchester clubs, Chelsea’s improvement at the back, the enduring excellence of Jamie Vardy and the rewards Southampton are reaping for sticking with Ralph Hassenhuttl. Oh – and how is Matt feeling after his first start of the season?
Saint-Maximin v Traore and Bertrand is in Business
Steve Crossman is joined by Carl Anka from the Athletic and Andy Reid for this preview pod where they hear from Allan Saint-Maximin and compare him to fellow tricky winger Adama Traore ahead of Wolves v Newcastle. Plus, 12 months on from losing 9-0 to Leicester, Southampton's Ryan Bertrand tells the pod what the squad have learned since then and describes the business he's set up for his retirement from football.