The Manchester derby, unbeaten Chelsea and giant-killers Guiseley
On the show Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton took calls from both sides of Manchester after Manchester City were 3-1 winners over Manchester United. Liverpool fans called in to discuss their title challenge and a Guiseley fan sang his sides praises after a huge victory for his side in the FA Cup 1st Round.
This show originally aired on BBC Radio 5 Live 11th November 2018.
Newcastle out of the bottom three, Cardiff win again, and controversy at St Mary's
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Chelsea keep improving, Wayne Rooney for England and Mark Hughes has to go
On the show Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton spoke to Chelsea fans after their comfortable 3-1 win over Crystal Palace left them second in the Premier League, Southampton fans called for their manager Mark Hughes to be sacked and Manchester City fans expressed their delight at another fantastic performance from the Citizens.
Plus there was a lively debate throughout the show on Wayne Rooney’s call up to the England squad for their game against the USA.
This show originally aired on BBC Radio 5 live 4th November 2018.
Man United hold off Everton, penalties for Palace and Chelsea triumph at Turf Moor.
On the show Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton spoke to Arsenal fans on their team’s unbeaten run of 12, Chelsea fans ecstatic after an impressive win at Burnley and Mourinho’s men manage to see off Everton.
The show originally aired on Sunday 28th October 2018.
Everton leave it late, Palace look powerless and mild-mannered Mourinho?
On the show Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton spoke to Everton fans who were celebrating a late win against Crystal Palace, Manchester United fans who were standing up for an angry Jose Mourinho; and Cardiff fans who aren’t too happy with Chris’ views on their chances this season.
Plus, we were joined live in the studio by a pair of young commentators who gave Ali and Chris a run for their money.
There was also another scintillating round of ‘Fake News’ in the podcast extra, where Chris tries to suss out the falsehood in a trio of footballing stories.
This show originally aired on BBC 5 Live on Sunday 21st October 2018.