The Off the Ball Football Show

The Off the Ball Football Show


After 9 o'clock our soccer correspondent enters the frame for soccer debate with some of the worlds top football correspondents.


The psychology of taking a penno, United find some form  

Ger, Joe and Kevin take you through the closing stages of tonight's Manchester derby. Kevin also talks about the psychology of penalty taking.

Sturridge, The Legend of Carlos Alberto & James McClean  

Dave, Kevin and Dan chat through the football news of the day & keep an eye on the EFL Cup as Tim Vickery joins us to chat Carlos Alberto, the man, the captain, the goal.

José Blame Game, Pogba's Faults, Liverpool, Harry Arter  

Adrian and Kevin chat to Pat Nevin about Conte, Pogba and José - Dominic King joins us to chat about Liverpool & James McCarthy and Kevin chats to Harry Arter.

Dundalk in Europe, Carsley & Kilbane on Youth Football  

Ger & Kevin chat to Lee Carsley about youth football, should salary caps should be brought in. Another brilliant performance from Dundalk in Europe but they fall short.

Barca thrash City but anything Messi can do Ozil can do  

We take you through a goal-filled night in the Champions League, while the lads discuss how sports consumption is changing because of technology and football saturation

Goal Droughts, José, Life as a Female Football Reporter  

Joe and Dan are joined on the line by Gemma Clarke to chat about her negative experience working as a Football reporter, Kenny Cunningham chats Champions League football.

Anfield borefest, Pat Nevin and Leicester's slow start  

Pat Nevin joined us to look back on the weekend's Premier League action. As the champs continue to struggle, we talk Leicester with Ian Stringer.

Graham Hunter on Pique's sleeves, and Conte rumours  

Dan McDonnell joins Ger in studio, Graham Hunter on Gerard Pique's Spain woes. Plus, Antonio Conte's future is in question and should more have come from The Telegraph?

Dundalk's Daryl Horgan on Ireland, Nevin on Scotland  

Daryl Horgan talks to us about Dundalk's fairytale season and his international ambitions. Pat Nevin says Gordon Strachan isn't to blame for Scotland's miserable form.

Football Fixers, Gareth Farrelly & England's Problems  

The Football Show: on a night where Dundalk beat Cork in the league and England draw with Slovenia, Joe & Kevin chat to Gareth Farrelly about life during & after football

Chisinau reaction, Wes, Duffy, Southgate drops Rooney  

Keith Andrews talks Duffy's decisions and Ireland's midfield, we hear from O'Neill, Wes, Duffy and Ward. Martin Lipton talks England and what happened to Wales?

Ireland vs. Georgia, Rooney Speaks, Spain's New Boss  

Ger, Joe and Kevin Kilbane are joined by Richard Dunne to talk Ireland Georgia - and Graham Hunter to chat about Spain's new manager - Julen Lopetegui as they face Italy.

Roy on Georgia & Agents, Kilbane on Hogan, Totti at 40  

The Football Show with Joe, Dan and Kevin Kilbane - we hear from Roy Keane and Shane Duffy at Ireland camp, Kev wants potential players to commit to Ireland + Totti at 40

Spurs pop Pep's bubble as United stumble against Stoke  

Joe, Kevin & Pat Nevin reflect on an eventful weekend in the Premier League.

Dundalk win, everyone hates Leipzig, stale Madrid  

Nathan is in studio, with Oisin in Tallaght at the Dundalk match. Uli Hesse talks RB Leipzig, with Graham Hunter on to talk about how Zidane needs to tinker.

Big Sam fall-out, dirty agents, England in the doldrums  

Respected Irish agent Fintan Drury tells us about some of the underhand dealings he's encountered. Martin Lipton says that the England team deserves time in the doldrums.

Farewell Sam, Vardy's vodka, Champions League coverage  

Martyn Ziegler and John Brewin join Joe as the Big Sam news breaks. Luke Edwards gives more considered commentary, Brewin stays to chat CL and Dan McDonnell is also in.

Liverpool's Title Credentials, Life sans Wayne, PL Wrap  

Joe and Kevin chat to Pat Nevin about the weekend's football, Man United, Conte, City & Arsenal. Gary Gillespie joins the lads to talk Liverpool and their brilliant form.

Wenger's good times, Barca on the up, Barton v Dunne  

Emmet Malone joins Ger in studio and Graham Hunter is on the line. There's Wenger, Barton, Barcelona and loads more to talk about.

The Old Trafford mole, Scott Hogan and angry Cesc  

Ger, Joe and Kev debate left-footed vs right-footed players, the leaks from Man Utd and Cesc Fabregas. Mark Ogden tells us about Brentford's Ireland hopeful Scott Hogan.

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