cover art for  Boring Boring City?

Outspoken with White & Jordan

Boring Boring City?

Jim White and Simon Jordan discuss Pep Guardiola hitting back at claims of Man City’s dominance being boring, dismissing the idea it's all about money, is he right?

Ahead of Tyson Fury v Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday night, why is John Fury making himself the story again? And former Sheffield United Manager Paul Heckingbottom joins them in the studio to discuss his time at the club.

More episodes

View all episodes

  • Simon & Souness: England Euros Special

    Join Simon Jordan & Graeme Souness each week in 'Simon & Souness'! It's an England Euros special! Simon & Graeme preview the team's chances in Germany, who will be the standout players, and if they can really end their hunt for a trophy under Southgate.
  • Inside Euro 2024, VAR and Germany’s Prospects.

    Jim White and Simon Jordan, live from Munich, preview Euro 2024 with talkSPORT and ITV commentator Sam Matterface. They discuss refereeing with former top referee Dr. Felix Brych. Plus, former Liverpool and German midfielder Didi Hamann gives the lowdown on Germany's chances and weighs in on the VAR debate.
  • Euro 2024 Countdown - Live from Munich, Germany

    Jim White and Simon Jordan, live from Munich, discuss the news that Erik Ten Hag will remain as Manchester United manager. German football journalist Mario Krischel provides the lowdown on what to expect from Germany at Euro 2024. Additionally, they talk about England’s chances with Gabby Agbonlahor.
  • Billam-Smith & Riakporhe Face Off & The Latest on Everton!

    Jim White and Simon Jordan are back in the studio and are joined by FFP Expert and former Financial Advisor to Manchester City Stefan Borson to discuss City's ongoing legal battle with the Premier League, and the latest on a potential takeover at Everton. They are also joined in studio by both Chris Billam-Smith and Richard Riakporhe ahead of their WBO Cruiserweight World Title fight on Saturday night, which is live on talkSPORT!
  • Manchester City vs The Premier League!

    Jim White and Simon Jordan are back in the studio and are joined by the former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy. The two week hearing for Manchester City's legal action against the Premier League began today, they'll debate what it could mean going forwards, and get Simon's take on the matter. After England's 1-0 defeat to Iceland on Friday, they'll ask if fans should be concerned ahead of the Euros, and hear from manager Gareth Southgate. After Bukayo Saka's image was used on the back of several papers following the defeat, Richard Offiong from 'Show Racism The Red Card' discusses the portrayal of black players in the English press. And they also react to the news that Brighton could appoint 31-year-old Fabian Hurzeler as their new Head Coach.
  • Up Front With Simon Jordan: Gianfranco Zola

    On today’s episode we are joined by one of the most iconic Italians to grace the Premier League. From humble beginnings in his hometown Sardinia, Gianfranco Zola was famed for playing the game in a beautiful way. He became one of the rising stars in his hometown which earned him a big money move to Napoli, who were led by the God-like figure Diego Maradona.After impressing for Napoli, he moved to Parma and formed a deadly partnership with Faustino Asprilla, challenging Juventus for the Serie A title. However, he struggled for game time the following season under manager Carlo Ancelotti, which opened the door for Zola to make the move to Stamford Bridge. His audacious, entertaining style of play helped ignite Chelsea’s resurgence in the late 90’s and he became a firm favourite for the blues. He’s also widely seen as a trailblazer who formed English football’s early foreign revolution.After finishing his playing career back home in Sardinia, Gianfranco moved into management, managing teams such as West Ham, Watford and Birmingham City, often under extremely challenging ownership groups. Gianfranco joins the show and opens up on those challenging situations whilst giving his honest opinion on the current footballing landscape and the state of his beloved Chelsea FC.Warning: This episode may contain strong language. 18+ gamble responsibly.
  • Focus on the attack - Gareth has picked his 26!

    Sam Matterface and Scott Minto were in for White and Jordan to analyse the 26 man England squad picked by Gareth Southgate to the Euro's. Can anyone feel hard done by? Meanwhile, Premier League clubs voted 19-1 to keep VAR in the league, with Wolves' bid for change turned down. Can fans have anything to complain about next season? Plus, Soccer Aid is back this weekend where Frank Lampard will be returning to Stamford Bridge, the ground he calls home. He joined the show live to discuss both club and country, and the next steps in his career.
  • Gareth begins to cull his England squad and Daniel Dubois's trainer has a message for AJ

    Alex Crook and Scott Minto were in for White and Jordan to react to the news that James Maddison and Curtis Jones are set to miss out on the final England squad that flies to Germany next week. Is all well in the England camp? Meanwhile, the noise around Manchester City continues, and Daniel Dubois' trainer, Don Charles, was in studio, with a message for Anthony Joshua...
  • 5. William Hill Sports Book Club - Warming Up

    In this episode of the William Hill Sports Book Club, the panel take a look at the book "WARMING UP - How Climate Change Is Changing Sport ''. Written by World-leading sport ecologist, Madeleine Orr, who joins Adrian in the studio. From the frontlines of climate change, Warming Up takes readers through a play-by-play of how global warming is already impacting sport and how the sports world can fight back.