Vicky Gomersall is joined by Darren Lewis to bring you the biggest stories and talking points in football.
Final day showdown for the top 4, looking back at Hodgson's career, and where will Kane end up?
Vicky and Darren are joined by Gabby Agbonlahor for the final podcast of the season to preview a huge day in the race for the Champions League. They also reflect back on Roy Hodgson's illustrious career and look at the potential options for Harry Kane if he is to leave Tottenham at the end of the season.
Leicester win the FA Cup for the first time, will Chelsea's women win the quadruple and have West Ham run their course?
Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morrison to reflect on a momentous day for Leicester City who beat Chelsea to win the FA Cup for the first time ever. The Women's Champions League final is also previewed, where Chelsea's women look to win the quadruple against Barcelona, whilst Kris Boyd joins from Glasgow to discuss Rangers' unbeaten season.
Chelsea delay City's coronation, race for the Champions League heats up, and previewing the final day of the WSL
Vicky and Darren are joined by Ryan Taylor to look at an eventful game between Champions League finalists Manchester City and Chelsea, who snatched a late winner to delay City's PL title coronation. The race for the top four tightens after Leicester leave the door open following a heavy defeat to Newcastle, and a dramatic final day in the WSL is previewed.
Inside track on United v Liverpool with Andy Cole, potential Arsenal takeover, and City close in on the title
Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to get the inside track on the biggest game in English football - Manchester United against Liverpool. They also discuss the potential takeover of Arsenal by Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek, whilst Manchester City close in on a fifth Premier League title.
The rise and fall of the ESL, can Ryan Mason secure Spurs silverware and why is English football coming off social media?
Vicky and Darren are joined by Clinton Morisson to reflect on a frenetic week in football with the rise and fall of the European Super League in the space of a week and also look at why English football has taken the stand to come off social media and the impact that will have on tackling online abuse. They also look ahead to the Carabao Cup Final where Ryan Mason will lead his boyhood Spurs out against Man City as they look to win their first trophy for more than a decade.
City's quadruple hopes ended by Chelsea, Newcastle creep towards safety and will Kane be fit for the Euros?
Vicky and Darren are joined by Lianne Sanderson to reflect on Chelsea's FA Cup victory over Man City, ending Guardiola's side's hope of an historic quadruple, whilst Newcastle survive a scare against 10 man West Ham to improve their bid of staying in the PL. Also, after Harry Kane's injury late on against Everton, they discuss his chances of being fit for the Carabao Cup final next week, and this summer's Euros.
All the British journalists forgot about the history of Tottenham, as recalled by chiellini. They’ve spent the last 4 years praising Pochettino, and now they have to do a revision
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.
Don’t bother if your a Manchester United Fan
First podcast of the year and the put Manchester United in the title to bait you in. They talk about it for 20 secs at the end of a 1 hour 20 minutes very boring talk about COVID and Arsenal.