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The truth about the Manchester United takeover
Jim and Simon discuss reports that the Manchester United takeover could be on the verge of collapse, with Simon explaining that it is just a natural part of the bidding process. They also look ahead to England's match against Italy tonight and question whether Gareth Southgate and Harry Maguire are good enough.
History beckons for West Ham, as history is made in golf!27:43Jim, Simon and Danny Murphy look ahead to the final of the Europa Conference League as West Ham aim to win European silverware for the first time since 1976. And, they are joined by talkSPORT's golf correspondent Rupert Bell to discuss the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf.
A new era at Tottenham as Postecoglou takes charge22:51Jim and Simon discuss Ange Postecoglou becoming the new Tottenham manager and why it is such a big appointment for Daniel Levy. They also ask whether Man City are now the 'biggest' football club in the world! And, they chat with the former Birmingham manager Lee Bowyer who paid them a visit in the studio.
Two down, one to go for Manchester City35:01Jim White was back, joined by Simon Jordan and Arsenal invincible Martin Keown, to reflect on job done at Wembley for Manchester City, as they overcame their neighbours to keep on course for a Treble. Plus, the guys debated the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as Spurs manager, with the deal looking to be finalised in the coming days.
Peterborough owner speaks out on Ivan Toney's ban49:33Sam Matterface, sat in for Jim White today, was joined by Simon Jordan and the current Peterborough owner, Darragh MacAnthony.Following an attack on Anthony Taylor and his family by fans in Rome's airport, the guys discussed whether Jose Mourinho should now apologise to the referee for inciting the hatred. Plus, with his former player, Ivan Toney, being banned form football for eight months, Darragh MacAnthony wanted to have his say on the punishment, leading to an intriguing debate around rehabilitation and contrition.
Tottenham eye Postecoglou as their new manager29:39Sam Matterface is alongside Simon on today's episode. They look back on Sevilla yet again winning the Europa League, at the expense of an angry Jose Mourinho. They question whether Chelsea should sell Mason Mount even if it means they would be strengthening a rival. And, they discuss the news that Ange Postecoglou could become the next Tottenham manager.
Lord Jordan always pays his debts27:42Jim, Simon and Carlton Palmer are on today's episode as Simon surprises Jim with one-thousand pounds worth of 20p coins! To pay his debt for a pre-season bet about Newcastle achieving European football this season. They also discuss piracy in the Premier League and whether TV packages are too expensive for fans, plus Simon explains why he thinks Graham Potter could be a good fit at Crystal Palace.
Derby delight for Wednesday on a Monday42:15Jim White and Simon Jordan looked back at a dramatic final play-off in the EFL, as Sheffield Wednesday beat Barnsley to take back a place in the Championship. You'll hear from Josh Windass and Barry Bannan, as well as club owner, Dejphon Chansiri.Plus, one year into Todd Boehly's reign at Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino is appointed as the man to help rebuild the club.
Leeds and Leicester go down as Luton come up!29:45Sam Matterface is in for Jim White today as he is joined in studio by Simon and Arsenal invincible Martin Keown. They look back on the final weekend of the Premier League season, which saw Leeds and Leicester get relegated from the division. Meanwhile, heading in the other direction Luton were promoted after winning the play-off final.
Ivan Toney diagnosed with a gambling addiction41:44Jim White, Simon Jordan and Stuart Pearce came to air just as the written reasons for Ivan Toney's eight-month football ban were published by the FA. The guys gave their reaction to the revelations, as well as looking back on yet another Chelsea defeat.