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All About Conor Coady
Steve Crossman & former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha catch-up Wolverhampton Wanderers’ captain & England defender Conor Coady. The guys talk all things Wolves, England, the art of being a Captain AND car parks.
Former Wolves striker Nathan Blake also join the guys to talk expectations this season & mental health.
Kane's stand-off with Spurs continues
Steve Crossman is joined by the former Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray & former Watford midfielder Jobi McAnuff as the guys discuss the latest on Harry Kane’s second no-show in a row at the Spurs training ground.
Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp also comes on to share what his experience of working with the club’s chairman Daniel Levy in similar player scenarios during his time in the dugout.
All About Bielsa's Leeds Utd
A special podcast examining the Marcelo Bielsa revolution at Leeds United. Guillem Balagué spent four days behind the scenes at Elland Road back in 2019 speaking to his players, staff, fans and the man himself.
We find out how he’s transformed the training ground, why his players are so impressed and observe one of his training sessions.
Epilepsy in Football
To mark the International Awareness Day for Epilepsy, Steve Crossman is joined by former England and Cardiff forward Jay Bothroyd as well as Port Vale Defender Leon Legge to talk about how the neurological disorder has affected their lives.
All three share personal experiences before chatting about stigmas, mental health and how sport deals with medical conditions.
This podcast contains references to some scenarios you may find distressing. For more information on epilepsy, visit the NHS website.
Celtic's woes worsen as Scottish Premiership returns
Connie McLaughlin is joined by former Rangers, Tottenham and Aston Villa right-back Alan Hutton & ex-Scotland midfielder Michael Stewart to reflect on the opening weekend of the new Scottish Premiership season.
After defeat in their Champions League qualifier in midweek, Celtic's problems continued as they began the campaign with a 2-1 defeat at Hearts, and found goalkeeper Craig Gordon in scintillating form against the club he left in the summer. Connie, Alan and Michael discuss what new manager Ange Postecoglou has to do to turn things around at Park Head.
Meanwhile it was business as usual for Rangers after they opened Ibrox for 23,000 fans to witness their 3-0 win over Livingston - have the champions already laid down a marker for the chasing pack?
The team also take a close look at new-look Aberdeen and discuss the influence new player-coach Scott Brown will have on the side - can they get close to the top two and what other sides will fancy their chances with Celtic in transition?
And there's discussion on the latest news from the Premier League as Manchester City look to wrap up a deal for England and Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish, Liverpool welcome back Virgil van Dijk and Manchester United add Rafael Varane to Jadon Sancho as their big summer spend continues.
02:25: Celtic's Champions League elimination carries over to a poor start in the league.
07:00: Ange Postegcoglou reacts to the 2-1 defeat to Hearts.
11:52: Hearts return to the Scottish Premiership with a bang with former Celtic keeper Craig Gordon thwarting his old side.
16:08: Rangers pick up where they left off - what's changed at Ibrox? Plus European ambitions.
25:50: New look Aberdeen off to a flier under Stephen Glass and Scott Brown.
33:10: Hibernian's prospects after 5-goal thriller with Motherwell.
37:30: Premier League news and transfers.