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Violent scenes at Villa Park

Jim White was joined by Martin Keown and Stuart Pearce and began by looking back at the trouble outside Villa Park last night, as West Midlands Police had to contend with violent Legia Warsaw fans, who were eventually barred from entering the stadium. Meanwhile, there's the small matter of Newcastle vs Man Utd live on talkSPORT tomorrow night. Who will come out on top in that one? Plus, Stuart goes on a trip down memory lane, with some great stories about the one and only Brian Clough, as well as his own personal struggles after Italia '90.

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