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An original series from The Overlap with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher Jill Scott Ian Wright and Roy Keane, featuring special guests discussing all things football.
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An original series from The Overlap with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher Jill Scott Ian Wright and Roy Keane, featuring special guests discussing all things football.
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    Wayne Rooney: United Career, Management & Boxing?

    Wayne Rooney: United Career, Management & Boxing?

    Welcome back to Stick to Football, brought to you by SkyBet. On this week’s special episode we are delighted to be joined by Manchester United and England legend Wayne Rooney.
     
    Alongside Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Jill Scott, Rooney opens the show revealing that he wants to remain in football management despite an approach to enter the boxing ring.
     
    The all-time Manchester United top goal scorer talks about his managerial career so far, most recently at Birmingham City, and what he’s learnt from his spells in the dugout across England and America.
     
    With five Premier League titles, a Champions League, FA Cup, Club World Cup and countless individual awards to his name, Rooney enjoyed a glorious career at Old Trafford where he established himself as one of the all-time great footballers. 
     
    The 38-year-old chats about his success, the infamous transfer request and how his time faired at the club after Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement where he was reunited with his former Everton boss David Moyes before Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho took over.
     
    Finally, Rooney delves into his childhood and gives his thoughts on the current Manchester United team.
     
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Champions League Fallout & United's New Sporting Director?

    Champions League Fallout & United's New Sporting Director?

    Welcome back to Stick to Football with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Roy Keane and Jill Scott – the original show from the award-winning The Overlap, brought to you by Sky Bet.
     
    With Ian away in St Lucia and Jill back in the studio, the panel kick off the show with the reaction to the first round of the Champions League knock-out stages, where holders Manchester City beat FC Copenhagen whilst Harry Kane’s Bayern Munich lose to Lazio.
    Gary, Jamie, Roy and Jill discuss whether any team can anyone stop Pep’s City, whether the Champions League has gone stale or not and how next season’s rule change could be beneficial to Europe’s elite competition.
    As Manchester United have approached Newcastle United’s director of football Dan Ashworth, the team talk about what changes he could bring to Old Trafford if he decides to move and how important the off-the-field staff have on a modern football club.
    Lastly we end on our Super 6 segment, has Gary pulled further ahead of Roy and who will they predict in the latest round of fixtures?
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    • 1 hr 1 min
    The Highs & Lows Of European Football

    The Highs & Lows Of European Football

    Welcome back to Stick to Football with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Ian Wright and Roy Keane – the original show from the award-winning The Overlap, brought to you by Sky Bet.
    This week we are dedicating the episode to Club European Football and your Community Questions.
    Gary tells who he thinks has the best atmosphere in Europe, Jamie recalls the night that kept Steven Gerrard at Liverpool, Ian talks about Arsenal’s UEFA Cup Winners Cup success and Roy is reminded of his famous performance against Juventus in Turin in 1999.
    Also who do the lads think will win the Champions League this season and what was the single biggest factor in becoming a professional footballer?
    Finally, Roy reveals the latest on his managerial stance after links with a vacant role.
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Replacing Klopp & Rashford’s Big Night Out

    Replacing Klopp & Rashford’s Big Night Out

    Welcome back to Stick to Football with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Ian Wright and Roy Keane – the original show from the award-winning The Overlap, brought to you by Sky Bet.
     
    Premier League action returned with a full midweek set of fixtures and the guests kick off the show reacting to Arsenal’s 2-1 win at Nottingham Forest as well as the after-match argument between Gunners team-mates Oleksandr Zinchenko and Ben White.
     
    Gary, Jamie, Ian and Roy also offer their thoughts on Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford following his internal disciplinary.
     
    And with Jurgen Klopp entering remaining few months as Liverpool manager after announcing he would leave the club at the end of the seasons, our guests talk through the impact his decision will have as well as who should be expected to takeover the Anfield hotseat.
     
    Super 6 returns with Ben to provide the latest scores… and Gary springs a surprise twist with an additional fixture up for grabs as he looks to move further into the lead from Roy’s.
     
    Lastly we end with your Community Questions: Who is the best-ever January signing, would Gary be a modern-day cenrte-back rather than a fullback and what is the worst piece of man management the panel has seen?

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Frank Lampard: Management, Chelsea Career & Golden Generation Myth

    Frank Lampard: Management, Chelsea Career & Golden Generation Myth

    Welcome back to Stick to Football, brought to you by SkyBet. On this week’s special episode, we are delighted to be joined by Chelsea and England legend Frank Lampard.
    Alongside Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Ian Wright, Roy Keane and Jill Scott, the team talk about the Stamford Bridge heroes' glorious career as well as the pleasures and pressures that have followed in management.
    The three-time Premier League winner speaks about his playing and managerial career at Chelsea as well as their current state having last managed the Blues towards the end of the 2022/23 season.
    As a former Everton manager, Frank goes into full length about his time at Goodison Park as well as the current financial state at the club, the FFP restrictions and the impact it had on his former team.
    It would be impossible to have Frank around the table without talking about England’s golden generation and the panel also go into full discussion of the mid-2000 rivalry between their respected clubs.
    Finally, we end with your Community Questions: How much success was down to work rate compared to natural talent and which player has Frank coached that reminds him of himself the most?
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    • 1 hr 16 min
    Messi vs Haaland, Bruno's Freedom, FFP & De Bruyne Returns

    Messi vs Haaland, Bruno's Freedom, FFP & De Bruyne Returns

    Welcome back to Stick To Football with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Jill Scott, Ian Wright and Roy Keane – the original show from the award-winning The Overlap, brought to you by Sky Bet.

    We kick things off with the aftermath of Tottenham’s draw at Manchester United and how Gary caused a stir by arguing Spurs could finish above Liverpool by the end of the season whilst Roy remains unconvinced with the praise on Ange Postecoglou’s side.

    The halfway point passed in the Premier League season, so we discuss who has been the best player as Jamie singles out Kevin de Bruyne as one of the best midfielders the competition has seen after his heroic return from injury when Manchester City overcame Newcastle.

    Earlier this week Ian and Jill attended the FIFA The Best Awards and discussed whether Lionel Messi deserved his award of Men’s Player of the Year. We also relive Roy’s 2000 PFA Award ceremony and whether his teammates turned up and the politics behind voting procedures.

    We discuss the latest on the Premier League charges on Everton and Nottingham Forest and what it will mean to both clubs and the impending hearing on Manchester City.

    Super 6 also returns with Ben… has Roy managed to reduce the deficit or has Gary pulled further ahead?

    And we end with your Community Question: Why has Erik Ten Hag not implemented a style of play at Manchester United yet?

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    • 1 hr 18 min

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