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Manchester United slip & Arsenal top group
Mark Chapman presents Champions League reaction as Manchester United suffered another setback as Galatasaray came from behind to earn a 3-3 draw on a thrilling night in Istanbul.
Alistair Bruce-Ball, Stephen Warnock and Andy Mitten dissect how Manchester United let their lead go twice and hear from Erik ten Hag on goalkeeper Andre Onana, whose errors allowed Galatasaray to get back into the game.
Ian Dennis and Chris Sutton also join Mark to reflect on Arsenal’s 6-0 hammering of Lens with six different goal scorers which sees them finish top of the group
0:35 Manchester Galatasaray
06:55 Game management
12:31 Erik ten Hag on Onana
13:30 Arsenal Lens
20:05 Mikel Arteta
Newcastle draw at PSG after VAR drama
Kelly Cates presents Champions League reaction as Newcastle were denied a win at PSG after a controversial penalty was awarded to PSG in added time. Chris Waddle and John Murray dissect what would have been an impressive win for Eddie Howe’s injury-riddled squad.
Elsewhere Conor McNamara watched Manchester City come from two goals down to win 3-2 at home to RB Leipzig and finish top of their group, while John Bennett drops by to chat Celtic going out after a frustrating 2-0 loss to Lazio.
Alistair Bruce-Ball and Stephen Warnock are in Istanbul ahead of Galatasaray against Manchester United in Group A with Erik ten Hag confident his side can deal with the hostile atmosphere.
Kelly is also joined by Maz Farookhi as we hear from the BBC’s Women’s Footballer of the Year, goalkeeper Mary Earps, as well as Beth Mead who returns to the England squad after a year out with injury.
0:35 Newcastle PSG story of the match
05:45 Julien Laurens on PSG
08:30 Penalty debate
10:20 Eddie Howe
16:10 AC Milan at St James’ Park
20:45 Pep Guardiola
23:50 Celtic with John Bennett
26:25 Galatasaray Manchester United preview
31:00 Mary Earps & Beth Mead
Monday Night Club: Jacob Brown, swapping shirts and cup celebrations
Mark Chapman, Chris Sutton, Conor Coady and Rory Smith discuss the weekend’s biggest football stories.
They’re joined by Luton Town striker Jacob Brown after he scored his first Premier League goal in Luton’s 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. He talks about the influence of manager Rob Edwards, positivity around the club and how he’s growing in confidence thanks to a recent run of good results.
Arsenal’s defensive record is a topic of conversation, and which footballer has Chris Sutton’s shirt in their house?
Plus, Buckie Thistle defender Darryl McHardy joins the pod after they drew Celtic away in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
0.37 – Luton Town’s Jacob Brown on scoring
3.30 – Jacob Brown on Rob Edwards
4.05 – Luton Town atmosphere and environment
10.42 – Jacob Brown on his career
15.25 – Swapping shirts
19.43 – Arsenal’s defensive record
25.47 – Declan Rice’s influence
29.38 – Saliba and Gabriel’s partnership
30.56 – Buckie Thistle and the Scottish Cup
Villa Victorious and Garnacho’s Goal
Ben Haines and Nedum Onuoha are joined by QPR goalkeeper Asmir Begovic and ESPN’s Mark Ogden to reflect on the weekend’s Premier League action.
They reflect on Aston Villa’s win away to Tottenham Hotspur and examine the title race after Arsenal capitalised on Manchester City and Liverpool dropping points on Saturday.
They discuss Alejandro Garnacho’s sensational goal for Manchester United in their win against Everton, and what goals for Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial will do for confidence at Old Trafford.
And Fantasy 606’s Alistair Bruce-Ball gives us a run down on this week’s big performers in Fantasy Premier League.
00:50 – Memories of Terry Venables
05:07 – Nedum’s moments of the weekend
07:50 – Reaction to Spurs v Villa
20:50 – Title race discussion
25:15 – Fantasy 606’s Ali Bruce Ball on this week’s fantasy PL winners and losers
31:40 – Manchester United’s win against Everton and Garnacho’s goal
Remembering Terry Venables
This is a special episode celebrating former England and Tottenham Hotspur manager Terry Venables who has died at the age of 80. Steve Crossman is joined by correspondent John Murray and former Spurs and England midfielder, and part of the Euro 96 squad, Darren Anderton. Plus Spanish football writer Guillem Balague, former Barcelona and Spurs midfielder Nayim, and Clinton Morrison, who played under Venables at Crystal Palace. Also hear an archive interview from the man himself in conversation with Garry Richardson.
0:50 Football correspondent John Murray
2:00 Terry Venables with Garry Richardson
14:00 Gary Lineker
17:20 Darren Anderton
23:10 Guillem Balague
37:10 Clinton Morrison
Sports Report: Havertz sends Arsenal top, as Man City and Liverpool draw
Mark Chapman brings you analysis and reaction on a big day in the Premier League as Arsenal went top courtesy of Kai Havertz's later winner at Brentford.
Correspondent John Murray and former England striker Alan Shearer are on hand to assess Man City and Liverpool's 1-1 all draw and where that leaves the title race.
We also hear from Eddie Howe on Newcastle's impressive 4-1 victory over Chelsea. And there's analysis of wins for Brighton, West Ham, Bournemouth and Luton.
01:55 Manchester City 1-1 Liverpool
04:24 Jurgen Klopp on intervening between Darwin Nunez and Pep Guardiola
06:30 Post-match interview with Kyle Walker
23:55 Eddie Howe on Newcastle's victory over Chelsea
26:30 Wayne Rooney gets his first win as Birmingham manager
Euro Leagues is class
This show is an international treasure. The rotating cast of Horncastle, Rzouki have been exquisite. With respect to Balagué, the shows been fine without him. There was a bit of a sense last season that he’s a bit busy for the show and the guests have been a nice change of pace so far. No pretentiousness even tho everyone here has amazing careers and does a wonderful job. Hope he’s well but also that folks at 5 Live take note there might be other interest Spanish talent - esp in the wake of WC23.
Evil Empire Clubs
It is near impossible to hear Man City and Newcastle without thinking of the horrible regimes that own them, so listening to pundits praise these clubs is sickening. They should let listeners know about their evil owners every time they decide to discuss positively about their clubs. Also, taking about the Saudi League is the same. ‘Oh poor rich Jordan Henderson’. He is supporting a murdering, horrid regime!!! Jordan gets all of the criticisms and more for deciding to join this sport washing system. Stop putting pity pundits into this show! Saudi Arabia and all of those other murderous, horrid, anti-humanitarian places should be criticised every moment possible!!!!
With good guests and interesting viewpoints this is a perfect podcast. The episodes aren’t to long but you can easily binge them. It is a great source to keep up with the latest football news!