Josh Taylor and Jack Catterall go head-to-head38:25Jim White, Simon Jordan and Danny Murphy reacted to the news that Thomas Tuchel is to part ways with Bayern Munich at the end of the season. Do Liverpool now have a fight on their hands for Xabi Alonso? Meanwhile, what would Man Utd fans make of Wayne Rooney's admission that he'd like a place in Guardiola's backroom staff? Plus, ahead of their much anticipated rematch of April 27 27, Josh Taylor and Jack Catterall joined the guys in studio, along with a few security guards to keep them separate...
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Everton wait with bated breath37:09Jim White was reunited with Simon Jordan as the pair discussed the impending outcome of Everton's appeal hearing. Meanwhile, are there any real winners as Dan Ashworth is set for a 20 month spell in his garden? And, as Pep Guardiola apologised for calling Kalvin Phillips overweight, whilst Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is linked with a return to management - it was a perfect time to have Simon back...
Simon & Souness: "I'm Not Grealish's Biggest Fan!"27:30Join Simon Jordan & Graeme Souness each week in 'Simon & Souness'! This week, the pair discuss why Graeme has been so vocal about Jack Grealish, what should happen to Man City off the back of their FFP charges, and whether national teams should be allowed foreign managers!
Manchester United ‘Still Unconvincing’, ‘Clumsy’ Casemiro & The ‘Moyes Out’ Brigade Return25:07Jim White, Alan Pardew and Graeme Souness discuss David Moyes’ future at West Ham, Manchester United’s improved form and Casemiro’s disciplinary record
Up Front With Simon Jordan: Michael Owen01:04:27This is Up Front with Simon Jordan. A show brought to you by William Hill that pulls no punches and tells it EXACTLY like it is.On today’s episode we are joined by one of only four Englishmen to win the Ballon d’Or. Michael Owen was a phenom who burst onto the scene with THAT goal against Argentina in the 1998 World Cup. He went on to score over 150 goals for Liverpool before becoming a ‘Galactico’ at Real Madrid. He returned to England in 2005, joining Newcastle United but his injuries had started to take their toll. He would go on to win a Premier League title at Liverpool’s hated rivals Manchester United before calling time on his career at Stoke City.Giving the inside scoop on his turbulent time at Newcastle United, challenging public perceptions of his character, and offering his thoughts on the current state of the Premier League, Michael joins the show to reflect on his career that featured brilliance and frustration in equal measure.Subscribe for future episodes and head to YouTube/@upfrontwithsimonjordan for full video episodes. 18+ please gamble responsibly.Warning: this episode contains language that some people may find offensive.
Cole Palmer returns as Chelsea look to stop Man City25:53Sam Matterafce and Martin Kewon were in for Jim and Simon and brought the situation up to date regarding Roy Hodgson's recent health concern. Meanwhile, Martin analysed the form of Bukayo Saka, before singing the praises of Phil Foden, ahead of Manchester City hosting Chelsea on Saturday.
The "Harry Kane curse"38:06Jim White and Simon Jordan reflected on a tough night for Bayern Munich and their star man, Harry Kane. Could he be set for another trophyless season? Meanwhile, Roy Hodgson is under increasing pressure at Crystal Palace and the man touted for his job is Oliver Glasner. Who is he? We find out shortly. Plus, Manchester United have the most expensive squad ever assembled, but what are Reds fans getting for their money?