Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis to bring you the biggest stories and talking points in football.
PGMOL admit mistake over Liverpool disallowed goal | Wolves shock Man City | Man Utd problems continue
Vicky and Darren are joined this week by The Independent's Miguel Delaney to reflect on all the big talking points from a busy weekend of football.
They discuss the PGMOL's admission that 'significant human error' was behind Luis Diaz's goal being ruled out for Liverpool in their 2-1 defeat to Tottenham.
They also analyse Manchester City's surprise defeat to Wolves and assess the situation at Manchester United, after Erik ten Hag's side were beaten by Crystal Palace.
Man Utd’s vital win over Burnley | What Rodri’s red card could mean for Man City | Everton get first win
Vicky and Darren are joined this week by The Telegraph’s Chief Football Writer Sam Wallace to discuss Manchester United’s much-needed win over Burnley with The Guardian’s Jamie Jackson part of the conversation.
We discuss what Rodri’s red card could mean for Manchester City as well as Everton’s first win of the season.
The Athletic’s Tottenham correspondent Charlie Eccleshare talks Ange Postecoglou and Vicky sits down with Mikel Arteta to talk about the goalkeeping situation at the club.
Crisis time for Man Utd? | Richarlison helps Spurs to comeback win | Arteta and Dyche exclusives
Vicky and Darren are joined this week by Melissa Reddy to discuss whether Manchester United are in crisis stage already after they were thumped by Brighton at Old Trafford.
We hail Richarlison's match-winning performance after a difficult week where he opened up about his mental health, we look at Manchester City's fifth win in five and we are joined by The Athletic's James Pearce to assess Liverpool's win at Wolves.
Gail Davis sits down with both Mikel Arteta and Andoni Iraola this week while Vicky asks Sean Dyche about Everton's proposed takeover.
Are Man Utd no longer for sale? | Who won the transfer window? | Arteta exclusive
Kaveh steps in for Darren this week to join Vicky and The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell to discuss what's going on with the Glazers and whether they are pausing their plan to sell Manchester United, which team won the transfer window and whether Liverpool might get more pressure from the Saudi League to sell Mohamed Salah before their window shuts.
The Times' Tom Roddy discusses Chelsea's lack of a proven goalscorer after their defeat to Nottingham Forest and Vicky sits down with Arsenal's Mikel Arteta to talk about their start to the season.
Are Everton in crisis already? | How smart have West Ham been in the transfer market? | Howe exclusive
The Daily Mail's Dom King joins Vicky and Darren to run through Saturday's action including Manchester United's comeback win against Nottingham Forest, Arsenal's draw at Fulham and West Ham's win at Brighton.
Vicky sits down with Eddie Howe to talk about Newcastle's off-season moves and we discuss what impact the Saudi Pro League's transfer policy is having after Mo Salah was linked to a move.
We work out if Everton are in crisis after just three games and we give our take on Spanish football federation president Luis Rubiales' actions this week when refusing to apologise for kissing Jenni Hermoso on the lips.
AngeBall era starts at Spurs | Foden stars in central role | Moyes exclusive
The Telegraph's Sam Dean joins Vicky and Darren this week to discuss Tottenham's win over Manchester United and whether we're now approaching the AngeBall era!
We try to understand why Alexis Mac Allister saw red for Liverpool in their win over Bournemouth and assess the impact Phil Foden had in a central role during Manchester City's win over Newcastle.
Vicky also joins David Moyes in the dugout at the London Stadium to discuss the off-season comings-and-goings at West Ham.
While this is a decent podcast. It is always arriving at the time on Sundays here in the US when the games are either already over or in progress. So what’s the point of listening to it when the game is done? It would be better to be able to listen to it before the games begin.
Gone down hill
I used to “watch hold the back page” when I was a kid, which morphed into the Sunday supplement. It used to be a show that Football Writers would be on. It was an interesting point of view compared to the regular ex player punditry you would get from EVERY OTHER media outlet. Nowadays this show is just that. A generic show with generic pundits and ex players. Nothing ground breaking or interesting. You get the same big standard insight from random YouTube channels. To make things worse. Jamie O’Hara was on 2 weeks in a row! Who books this stuff? This show needs a new direction. Sorry
Pro Manure, Livarpool and Arsenal.