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Palmer's Potential, Football Finance and a Brucie Bonus!

Jim White and SImon Jordan discussed Cole Palmer's brilliant performance for Chelsea against Everton and his long term potential. Football Finance Expert Stefan Borson looks at whether Chelsea could circumvent financial sanctions. Plus, updates on Everton and Nottingham Forest’s appeals against points deductions. Former Man United Captain and Premier League Manager Steve Bruce on a return to football, what does it look like and where he might find his place.

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  • Klopp's Final Farewell; Gary Lineker Exclusive & Fury Prepares For Usyk Fight!

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Martin O'Neill discuss what legacy Jurgen Klopp will leave behind ahead of his final game as Liverpool manager, and debate if he is a Premier League legend. We also hear exclusively from the former England striker Gary Lineker on Phil Foden winning the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year award. And former World Champions David Haye and Billy Joe Saunders join the show to look ahead to tomorrow's undisputed heavyweight title between Tyson Fury & Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia.
  • European Showdown, VAR and Fury vs. Usyk Countdown

    Jim White & Simon Jordan discuss the battle for European places which goes into the final day. Erik Ten Hags on pitch speech - a rally cry for the future or a goodbye? Premier League clubs will have an opportunity to end VAR this summer, so should they take it? And they preview Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed heavyweight title in Saudi Arabia
  • Postecoglou's Cryptic Message

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Danny Murphy discuss Ange Postecoglou’s cryptic comments after Tottenham’s defeat to Man City. They look at the success of Aston Villa qualifying for the Champions League. And they speak to Brighton Striker Danny Welbeck ahead of their match with Chelsea. 
  • 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.
  • Simon & Souness: 'Mainoo Isn't Ready!'

    This week, Simon & Graeme argue whether Mainoo & Palmer should go to the Euros, whether Man Utd's board recruitment will turn the club around, and how well the north London clubs are run!
  • The City & Arsenal Duopoly Plus United’s Players Are “Hiding”

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Graeme Souness discuss Arsenal’s victory at Old Trafford, Manchester United’s players lacking desire and Rio Ferdinand joins the show. 
  • Leverkusen do it again...

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Martin Keown looked back on last night's European action that saw Villa fall at the Conference League semi-final stage, whilst Bayer Leverkusen continued their extraordinary unbeaten streak. Has the Premier League's competitiveness become its downfall on the continent? Meanwhile, how far will Fifpro go in their legal dispute with the game over the global match calendar? Plus, Man Utd host Arsenal this Sunday - a game that conjures up memories for our very own Mr Keown...
  • The Madrid Magic

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Karl Robinson discuss Real Madrid's remarkable comeback against Bayern Munich, securing their place in the Champions League final. They also analyse the reasons behind Harry Kane's trophy drought and provide updates on the Everton takeover. Additionally, with the highly anticipated undisputed heavyweight bout between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk just over a week away, Talksport's fight pundit Ade Oladipo joins as a guest in the studio, including a live discussion with former WBA Cruiserweight Champion Tony Bellew.
  • Sancho Redemption

    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Danny Murphy discuss Jadon Sancho, through to the Champions League Final with Borussia Dortmund, can he feel justified in his actions? They speak to Hull Owner Acun Ilicali about the sacking of Liam Rosenior. A look at whether pitch invasions are ever acceptable. And Roy Keane v Erling Haaland, is it really agenda driven punditry at play?