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One last hurdle for Manchester City

Jim White and Simon Jordan started their Friday by looking ahead to tomorrow's Champions League final, as Manchester City look to overcome Inter to complete their Treble.

They then spoke to ex-Chelsea defender Gary Cahill, for his thoughts on his former side and to look ahead to Soccer Aids for UNICEF on Sunday.

Finally, the future of Mason Greenwood is up in the air at Manchester United. You'll hear how Simon would be dealing with the situation as the striker looks to get his career back on track.

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  • VAR-cical scenes at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Stuart Pearce were on hand to reflect on the best of this weekend's action. After PGMOL admitted the decision to disallow Luis Diaz's goal in nine-man Liverpool's 2-1 loss to Tottenham Hotspur was "a significant human error", is it the beginning of the end for the technology in the game? Meanwhile, it was time up for Michael Beale at Rangers, so who's next in the hot seat at Ibrox? Plus, Wolves boss Gary O'Neil speaks to the show, after masterminding his side to victory over Champions, Manchester City.
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    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Martin Keown began by reflecting on Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri's stunning statement this morning, suggesting he will not put any more money into the Championship club due to the treatment of him by fans. The guys then look at the success of Tottenham ahead of their showdown vs Liverpool, before looking back in time, 25 years ago, when Paolo Di Canio and Martin Kewon came to blows, leading to one of English football's biggest bans. Martin also decided to air some grievances with Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher, regarding their treatment of Arsenal and goalkeeper, Aaron Ramsdale.
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    Jim White & Simon Jordan spoke about Newcastle kicking Man City out of the league cup. They look at FIFA’s new agent regulations and ask have the agents had it too good for too long. They are joined by Ian Byrne, Labour MP for Liverpool West Derby after he urges the FA to call for Alexsander Ceferin to consider his position as UEFA President due to mounting concerns about alleged cronyism and safety deficiencies following the 2022 Champions League final in Paris. Plus they are joined in the studio by CEO of Boxxer Ben Shalom and build up to Caroline Dubois’ return to the ring live on talkSPORT this Saturday night against Magali Rodriguez
  • What's the point of Crystal Palace?

    Jim White, Simon Jordan & Danny Murphy asked what is the point of Crystal Palace after they rested players in the league cup. Do pundits and former players have a responsibility to protect referees? Has absence made the heart grow fonder when it comes to Ivan Toney? Can he turn title contenders into champions? Plus they are joined by General Secretary of the British Boxing Board of Control Robert Smith, who responds to allegations of racism and discrimination.
  • Ten Hag v Sancho

    Jim White & Simon Jordan spoke about the PFA offering help to Man United in a bid to resolve the dispute between Erik Ten Hag & Jadon Sancho. Do pundits and former players have a responsibility to protect referees? They speak to the founder of Ref Support UK Martin Cassidy, after former England midfielder Jermaine Jesus apologised for name-calling a referee online. Plus the British Boxing Board of Control are facing accusations of racism and discrimination from two of their former referees and flyweight boxer Ruqsana Begum. Sports reporter Jordan Jarret-Bryan joins them to discuss the situation.
  • Will the promoted trio survive?

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Martin O'Neill looked back at the weekend's action, starting in North London. Has the gap between the two sides decreased once again? Meanwhile, the three teams promoted from the Championship last season currently occupy the bottom three places in the top-flight table. Will any of them make it out? Plus, the boys were joined in studio by IBF flyweight champion, Sunny Edwards, and his latest opponent, Jesse "Bam" Rodriguez, ahead of their showdown this year.