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Manchester United remain bottom of Group A in the Champions League after throwing away a 3-1 lead against Galatasaray to draw 3-3 in Turkey. The result means that Manchester United must beat Bayern Munich on the final matchday and hope Galatasaray draw against FC Copenhagen in order to qualify. Elsewhere, Arsenal eased to the last 16 as group winners by beating Lens 6-0 at the Emirates after a brilliant first half display. Also, we hear from Danny Murphy on how to fix the handball law as VAR continues to hit the headlines. We look ahead to another night of European football with Brighton, Liverpool, West Ham and Aston Villa all in action and finally, Andy Goldstein and Darren Bent were joined by UFC Heavyweight Champion Tom Aspinall on Drive. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Newcastle are robbed of an historic win against PSG after a ‘disgusting’ penalty decision in injury-time, former Magpies boss Alan Pardew rues their bad luck, Manchester City maintain their 100% record in the Champions League despite a poor first-half display, Simon Jordan questions Gary O’Neil’s post-match comments & the World’s Strongest Brothers reveal their daily calorie intake! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wolves manager Gary O’Neil fumes about VAR after losing in injury-time at Fulham, Jason Cundy hammers the officials for giving the home side a late penalty, Paul Ince recalls the time Sir Alex Ferguson told him to leave Manchester United, Teddy Sheringham pays a touching tribute to Terry Venables and Ally McCoist recalls an evening out at Prince’s nightclub! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tributes are paid to former England, Barcelona and Spurs Manager Terry Venables, who passed away on Sunday, aged 80. We hear tributes from Jim Rosenthal, Stuart Pearce, Mark Bosnich, Tony Adams and talkSPORT's Danny Kelly. In the Premier League Tottenham are beaten by Aston Villa and Alejandro Garnacho scores a stunning bicycle kick, as Manchester United beat Everton at Goodison Park. Ex-Arsenal and England skipper Tony Adams joined Henry Winter and Shaun Custis on the Sunday Edition to give his take on the current Gunners side, VAR and pay tribute to his former England Gaffer Terry Venables. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said it was a real challenge to prepare his side for the 1-1 draw at Manchester City due to the International break with so many players abroad, whilst City boss Pep Guardiola was incredibly proud of his side's effort. Man City defender Kyle Walker was disappointed with the 1-1 draw, but Stuart Pearce believes it was a fair result at the Etihad. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta paid tribute to Kai Havertz after his late goal sent them back to the top of the Premier League in his 200th game in charge with a 1-0 win over Brentford. The former Spurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara slammed Chelsea's lack of leadership in their 4-1 defeat to Newcastle, and Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren clashes with Adam Catterall yet again about Tyson Fury! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We build up to today's huge talkSPORT Commentary of Manchester City versus Liverpool. Klopp reveals his new positive outlook on early kickoffs, and Pep Guardiola bites back at those who are eager to see City banished. Simon Jordan backs the Premier League's reported decision to draft in British Airways pilots to help VAR officials improve their communication. Andy Goldstein and Darren Bent caught up with former Liverpool attacker Dirk Kuyt. Arsenal Manager Mikel Arteta vows to continue to speak his mind, despite a looming FA charge. talkSPORT2 had EFL action on Friday night, as Leeds were held at Yorkshire rivals Rotherham Gunners legend Ray Parlour gave his insight on the Gunners Goalkeeping conundrum, as well as releasing his latest poem. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ahead of the huge game between Man City and Liverpool at the Etihad live on talkSPORT, Liverpool legend John Barnes joined H&J, and said midfielder Dominik Szboszlai reminded him of Steven Gerrard. Frank Warren came on White and Jordan and had it out with Simon over his bust up with Adam Catterall, and former West Ham midfielder and now coach with the Hammers, Kevin Nolan joined the boys on Drive. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Danny Murphy believes a Liverpool win this weekend against Manchester City, which is live and exclusive on talkSPORT will make them the nearest challengers for the title. Furthermore, Simon Jordan and Danny discussed Liverpool playing Saturday lunchtime once again following an International break. Elsewhere Wolves captain Max Kilman joined Alan Brazil and Gabby Agbonlahor to reflect on their solid start to the season and singer Olly Murs was alongside Andy Goldstein and Darren Bent on Drive and spoke about his beloved Manchester United, his journey from the X Factor to now, and how he was given Harry Styles’ Brit Award. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Times Chief Sports Correspondent Matt Lawton reveals a story regarding the transfer of Jermaine Defoe from Spurs to Portsmouth in 2008 which could leave both clubs in danger of breaching FA Agent rules fifteen years on from the deal, Neil Razor Ruddock shows off his rapping skills, Eddie Hearn reveals he met Frank Warren in person for the first time just last week and Simon Jordan says he "expects" England to win Euro 2024 next summer... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
England's final performance of the calendar year was one to forget as they produced another flat performance to draw 1-1 away at North Macedonia. Gareth Southgate was pleased with his side display despite the result and reflected on the qualification process. Kyle Walker, who captained the National side for the first time, echoed the thoughts of the manager by focusing on the positives but admitted they know they can play better. Elsewhere, the fallout surrounding Everton's points deduction continues. Simon Jordan and Finance Football expert Kieran Maguire explain the latest on the situation. We also hear Simon Jordan defending talkSPORT's Adam Catterall after boxing promoter Frank Warren criticised his opinions on Tyson Fury, Andy Brassell and Andy Jacobs debate the standard of International Qualifying following France's 14-0 win over Gibraltar and finally Lead singer of Madness Suggs joined Natalie Sawyer and Dean Saunders on Breakfast and gave us his thoughts on his beloved Chelsea. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
England Manager Gareth Southgate spoke to Faye Carruthers ahead of tonight’s live talkSPORT commentary of the Three Lions Final Euros qualifier, against North Macedonia Scotland and Norway served up a six-goal thriller, watched by David Tanner. City take the points from the first ever Manchester derby to be held at Old Trafford, in the WSL. Former Arsenal and FA vice-chairman David Dein joined Shaun Custis and Henry Winter on the Sunday Edition to discuss Everton’s 10 point deduction, his beloved Arsenal and gave us his take on VAR. Exeter Chiefs beat Gloucester in the Gallagher Premiership Former Ireland striker Tony Cascarino gave us his very forthright views on the Republic’s recent struggles, as well as tipping former club Villa to beat Spurs to a Champions League spot. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wales' hopes of qualifying for Euro 2024 automatically suffered a potentially devastating blow, as they could only draw with Armenia live on talkSPORT. talkSPORT2 brought you commentary from the Women’s Super League, as Chelsea battered Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. After the game Joe Shennan caught up with Blues boss, Emma Hayes. Nathan Heaney surprisingly defeated Denzel Bentley to become British Middleweight Champion at the Manchester Arena. Rob Draper, Chief Football Writer for the Mail on Sunday, joined Jason Cundy and Darren Ambrose on Kickoff to discuss Everton's 10 point deduction, and what it may mean for other clubs. Tony Cascarino thinks England are close to International silverware, despite their dire display against Malta, and Natalie Sawyer Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gareth Southgate says his England side were "not at the level we are used to" as they flatter to deceive in a 2-0 win against Malta at Wembley, whilst Stuart Pearce claims that England did not look like a team ready to challenge for the European Championship next summer, Simon Jordan dissects the breaking news that Everton have been deducted ten points for breaking the Premier League's financial rules and Eddie Jordan explains why the build up to the Las Vegas Grand Prix has been such a shambles... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
TalkSPORT brings you a unique programme this weekend that explores how Football in Ukraine has recovered from the devastation and uncertainty of War to find its feet again. "Play on! - How Football returned to War-torn Ukraine” is presented by Journalist and reporter Andrew Todos. You’ll hear a wide range of contributors from the football community in the country…including Ukrainian Icons - Andriy Shevchenko, Sergi Rebrov and Oleksandr Zinchenko Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Faye Carruthers caught up with England Manager Gareth Southgate ahead of tonight's Euro 2024 Qualifier against Malta, Live on talkSPORT. Glen Hoddle joined Breakfast to talk about the pressures of being England gaffer, and to respond to the criticism he's received following the release of the Beckham documentary. Anthony Joshua versus Otto Wallin in Saudi Arabia is announced for December, but Frank Warren admits that Deontay Wilder would've been their original choice of opponent. More boxing news as the highly anticipated undisputed heavyweight contest between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk has been announced for February. The Gypsy King gave his thoughts on the fight. Jermaine Jenas joined Drive to talk about Harry Kane, and VAR. Alan Brazil also gives us his take on the talents of Nicole Scherzinger. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rico Lewis speaks to talkSPORT, ahead of England's qualifier against Malta, after getting his first call-up. Fikayo Tomori also reveals what he's learnt in Italy with AC Milan, and Anthony Joshua says he hasn't reached his peak yet, after his fight against Otto Wallin in Saudi Arabia was announced. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In a talkSPORT exclusive former Oasis Rock star & Man City fan Noel Gallagher slams FIFA for not awarding the Ballon d’Or to Erling Haaland and also pans the behaviour of Arsenal fans, Carl Froch is unimpressed with promoter Eddie Hearn as Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder becomes increasingly less likely to happen and Ally McCoist recalls being attacked by a fan with a hardboiled egg! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy pleads with Premier League managers to show more respect, Simon Jordan criticises Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi after claims he doesn’t rate 80% of English officials, Ally McCoist raves about the turnaround in Chelsea’s performances, Andy Townsend purrs over the form of his old club Aston Villa & Andy Goldstein pranks Jamie O’Hara! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A look back on a blockbuster Sunday of Premier League action as Chelsea and Manchester City play out an EIGHT goal thriller at the Bridge. Chelsea fans call in to declare their love for Poch, as Alan Pardew praises another prime example of why the Premier League is the Best in the World. Elsewhere Liverpool breezed past Brentford to go Second. West Ham edged out Forest in a five goal thriller at the London Stadium, as David Moyes praised James Ward-Prowse. Aston Villa's great start continues as they beat Fulham, and frustration at their 1-1 draw with Sheff UTD leads Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi to quantify just how much he dislikes referees in England! Henry Winter believes England should win the Euros next Summer, and Tony Cascarino thinks Newcastle fans are acting spoiled. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The former Spurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara has called for Ange Postecoglou to adapt after they conceded two late goals to lose 2-1 away to Wolves, with the club suffering back-to-back defeats for the first time this season. Man United boss Erik ten Hag says the signs are still positive after a 4th Premier League win in 5 games, whilst the Newcastle manager Eddie Howe says injuries are really hampering them this season following a 2-0 defeat at Bournemouth. Birmingham manager Wayne Rooney reflects on a 5th game without a win since taking charge of the club, and the England all-rounder David Willey reflects on his retirement following his last ever game for England in the Cricket World Cup. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.