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Welcome back to the Monday edition of World Football Daily. Today, we are giving England the complete coverage it deserves. Our first guest of the day is Robbie Earle from the NBC Sports Network. First things first with the new NBC talent. We want to know what we can expect from NBC with this season's coverage of the English Premier League. We also jump into the weekend's fixtures, looking for the stories that really stand out, including the massive stumble from Manchester City. Spurs get an edgy 1-0 win as the Bale move still looms over the club. We also get Robbie's take on the strange situation with Willian's move to England and the Chelsea hi-jacking. Our second guest of the day is Daily Mail Chief Football writer Neil Ashton. Neil joins our program to look forward to the Manchester United v Chelsea FC match tonight. So much riding on Moyes' first big clash as United's boss, and Jose Mourinho is not likely to go easy on him. We also sort out whether Jose really thinks that the United position should have been his. Neil also helps to explain the implication of the result. Rafa joins the show to poke a bit of fun at Ollie for Milan's start to the season. The boys also discuss other Serie A matches that stood out, as well as some interesting results from Major League Soccer and la Liga.

Welcome back to the Monday edition of World Football Daily. Today, we are giving England the complete coverage it deserves. Our first guest of the day is Robbie Earle from the NBC Sports Network. First things first with the new NBC talent. We want to know what we can expect from NBC with this season's coverage of the English Premier League. We also jump into the weekend's fixtures, looking for the stories that really stand out, including the massive stumble from Manchester City. Spurs get an edgy 1-0 win as the Bale move still looms over the club. We also get Robbie's take on the strange situation with Willian's move to England and the Chelsea hi-jacking. Our second guest of the day is Daily Mail Chief Football writer Neil Ashton. Neil joins our program to look forward to the Manchester United v Chelsea FC match tonight. So much riding on Moyes' first big clash as United's boss, and Jose Mourinho is not likely to go easy on him. We also sort out whether Jose really thinks that the United position should have been his. Neil also helps to explain the implication of the result. Rafa joins the show to poke a bit of fun at Ollie for Milan's start to the season. The boys also discuss other Serie A matches that stood out, as well as some interesting results from Major League Soccer and la Liga.

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