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Gunners Banish Goodison Blues, Bore Draw At Bournemouth And Leeds Lamp The Lions

Arsenal win their first game at Goodison Park since 2017, as the Gunners grab a vital away win over strugglers Everton. 

Sean Dyche told talkSPORT that he's confident of turning things around, but that there's lots of work to be done. 

Alan Pardew hopes the Toffees show some patience, and stick with Dyche.

Chelsea's inconsistent start to the season continued as they were held to a goalless draw at Bournemouth.

Blues boss Mauricio Pochettino urges patience, and predicts the squad will be a force once they are at full strength. 

In the Championship Leeds beat Millwall 3-0 at the Den, live on talkSPORT2.

On the Sunday Edition, Henry Winter and Shaun Custis give their thoughts on Manchester United's troubles and Paul Heckinbottom's referee rant. 

Football Finance Expert Kieran Maguire also joined the show to discuss the possible problems for the takeover of Everton.  

Tony Cascarino also puts the boot into miserable Man United, while Natalie Sawyer was happy to see Richarlison get on the scoresheet for Spurs, after recent criticism from fellow pros Michail Antonio and Callum Wilson. 

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