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Should football managers respond to pundits?

Jim White, Simon Jordan and Danny Murphy discuss whether Newcastle fans are happy with Eddie Howe? Should football managers respond to pundits? And can a transfer window for managers work?

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    Jim White, Simon Jordan and Martin Keown reflected on a night that saw Liverpool and West Ham fail to overcome their first leg deficits and therefore get dumped out of Europe, leaving Aston Villa flying the flag for England. Elsewhere, FA Cup replays are set to be scrapped next season, with the news not going down well in the EFL. Former FA Chief Executive and now Tranmere Chairman, Mark Palios, gave us his take. Plus, this year's edition of the competition reaches the semi-final stages this weekend. Will Cole Palmer continue his hot streak against his former club for Chelsea, and can Coventry upset the odds against Manchester United?
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    Jim White and Simon Jordan discussed the Champions League exits of Arsenal and Manchester City, and the potential impact on the title race. They also reacted to the news that FA Cup replays are to be scrapped. Women football fans shared their opinions on Eni Aluko's claim that men’s football is not a safe place for women. Additionally, Boxing chat with Spencer Oliver on two undisputed fights in Saudi Arabia: Usyk vs. Fury and Beterbiev vs. Bivol.
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    In this episode, we are joined by Sheffield's own, former welterweight champion of the world Kell Brook.In a long career that featured 40 wins and only 3 losses, Kell fought the very best, never turning down a fight, even when the odds were stacked against him. He won his IBF welterweight championship of the world in historic fashion beating Shawn Porter in his own backyard to put the world on notice.Known for his sharp technical skills, devastating power, and resilience, Kell is best known for his rivalry with Amir Khan and his blockbuster bouts against the likes of Gennady Golovkin and Terence Crawford.Join us as we delve into the highs and lows of Kell Brook's extraordinary career, from career threatening injuries and public substance abuse issues to sitting on top of the sporting world, Kell has had a career that has featured triumphs and battles in equal measure.A career that may in fact not be over yet…Warning: This episode may contain strong language and references to violence. Viewer discretion advised. Remember, 18+ for gambling responsibly.
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