Episodes

  • Manchester City beat Borussia Monchengladbach but their former manager Stuart Pearce claims that winning the Champions League will not define Pep Guardiola’s reign at The Etihad but Jason Cundy reckons this will be their best ever chance to win the famous trophy, Spurs boss Jose Mourinho admits he enjoyed the ‘headache’ Dele Alli has given him after he scored in the Europa League against Wolfsberger, however a Tottenham fan claims that Alli ‘sums up their problems’, Rangers legend Ally McCoist slams Celtic for their ‘arrogant’ obsession with winning ten titles in a row after Neil Lennon resigned from Parkhead, Darren Bent urges the Celtic hierarchy to appoint Burnley boss Sean Dyche, Tony Cascarino backs Olivier Giroud to replace Roberto Firmino at Liverpool and on his return to the talkSPORT commentary box Kevin Pietersen slams the England batting performance against India after they were dismissed for 112 on Day 1 of the 3rd Test, live and exclusive on talkSPORT 2.

     

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  • After Tiger Woods underwent surgery for ‘multiple leg injuries’ following a car crash the Los Angeles Fire Department has news on his ‘extrication’ from the vehicle, a ‘world class’ finish from Olivier Giroud helps Chelsea beat Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, Southampton are in a relegation scrap according to a talkSPORT pundit following a heavy defeat at Leeds United, European expert Kevin Hatchard has news on Tottenham rumoured to be interested in appointing Julian Nagelsmann, Simon Jordan urges footballers to be banned from playing Fantasy Football, Andy Townsend claims the lack of home fans at West Ham is helping the players and as Kevin Pietersen re-joins talkSPORT 2’s commentary team for the England v India series Steve Harmison recalls one of KP’s inflammatory celebrations as a player.

     

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  • West Ham’s Declan Rice exclusively reveals that Jose Mourinho's pre-match comments inspired the Hammers players to beat Tottenham, Danny Murphy argues that Spurs would be higher up the table with a different coach, QPR striker Charlie Austin reacts to the ‘great news’ that football fans should be able to return to stadiums in May after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement, Brighton boss Graham Potter rues their missed chances after losing to rivals Crystal Palace, Jason Cundy claims Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are in a ‘tailspin’, Simon Jordan defends Thomas Tuchel’s ‘lightbulbing’ of Callum Hudson-Odoi and Ben Stokes backs England’s rotation system ahead of the 3rd Test against India live & exclusive on talkSPORT 2.

     

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  • Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer backs Marcus Rashford to ‘get better’ despite impressing in a 3-1 win against Newcastle, Andrew Cole questions why Anthony Martial is being picked as a centre forward, Raheem Sterling urges his Manchester City teammates to carry on their impressive form after an 18th consecutive win, Jose Mourinho bemoans more ‘individual mistakes’ after Spurs lost to West Ham, David Moyes writes off the Hammers chances of reaching the top four at the end of the season, Ray Houghton & Steve McMahon contemplate a season without Champions League football for Liverpool, Gabriel Agbonlahor praises the tactical genius of Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti in the Merseyside derby, Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers lauds his players after an excellent win at Aston Villa, Dean Smith rues the absence of the injured Jack Grealish, Tony Cascarino criticises Thomas Tuchel’s decision to substitute Callum Hudson-Odoi against Southampton and Trevor Sinclair discusses the ‘art of the volley’.

     

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  • Jason Cundy slams Manchester United for being overly reliant on Bruno Fernandes despite beating Real Sociedad 4-0 in the Europa League, Gareth Bale scores against Wolfsberger in a 4-1 win for Spurs but the Welshman is still subbed off after an hour by Jose Mourinho, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is unhappy with their defending despite a famous 4-3 win against Royal Antwerp, Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters remains hopeful that fans might return to stadiums this season, Ade Oladipo pans the ‘lazy’ critics who have ridiculed AFC Bournemouth for chasing Thierry Henry to become their new manager, Adrian Durham labels Erling Haaland the ‘complete striker’ and Danny Mills urges his old club Manchester City to sign the Norwegian, Ralph Hasenhuttl praises Thomas Tuchel for the work he’s already done at Chelsea and Jamie O’Hara defends referee Darren Drysdale after he was dropped from officiating this weekend. 

     

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  • ‘Ruthless’ Manchester City win for the 17th match in a row as talkSPORT’s Micky Gray labels Pep Guardiola’s side ‘poetry in motion’; Perry Groves hails Pep’s ‘masterclass’ against Everton, Fulham manager Scott Parker reflects on a ‘disappointing’ point after drawing at Burnley, a former Gunner warns AFC Bournemouth that appointing Arsenal legend Thierry Henry could be a disaster, Stoke City’s James McClean condemns the death threats he’s received on social media, Dean Ashton defends EFL Referee Darren Drysdale despite the official being charged by the FA with improper conduct, Heung Min Son denies rumours that Jose Mourinho has lost the Spurs dressing room, Adrian Durham reflects on the ‘sad’ demise of Barcelona, Simon Jordan questions why Manchester City would want the ‘burden’ of signing Lionel Messi, Ally McCoist plays down comparisons between Kylian Mbappe and Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood reveals how much he’s learned from Edinson Cavani.

     

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  • Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hails his team’s performance after beating RB Leipzig in the Champions League, Stuart Pearce admires the ‘fear’ that Sadio Mane & Mo Salah put into defenders, Danny Murphy criticises Jordan Henderson’s leadership after his altercation with Thiago Alcantara against Leicester, ‘unplayable’ Kylian Mbappe all but sends PSG into the quarter-finals after decimating Barcelona with a hat-trick on talkSPORT 2, Simon Jordan labels Mason Greenwood a ‘once in a generation’ player after the youngster signed a four-year contract at Manchester United, Fulham manager Scott Parker reveals he's using Leicester 'great escape' as inspiration, Darren Bent backs Jesse Lingard to get into Gareth Southgate’s Euros squad, Micky Quinn fears for Newcastle United’s Premier League survival, former England batsman Nick Compton questions the ECB’s handling of Moeen Ali as the all-rounder ‘chose’ to leave the tour of India and some talkSPORT callers discuss their own unique culinary delights.

     

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  • Timo Werner ends his goal drought after Chelsea beat struggling Newcastle at Stamford Bridge, a West Ham fan credits the owners as the Hammers continue their European push beating Sheffield United, Chris Wilder labels the defeat a ‘big step backwards’, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp confirms that he won’t be taking a break from football, Jamie O’Hara accuses Jose Mourinho of sucking the life out of some of his players, former Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood backs the Special One to win the Europa League & Carabao Cup double, Brighton manager Graham Potter reveals his future plans for the Seagulls and their recruitment policy, Ray Parlour claims that Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang could have been an ‘Arsenal Invincible’ and Hawksbee & Jacobs unearth some more classic Clips of the Week.

     

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  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claims that Manchester United are still in the title race after dropping points at West Brom, meanwhile Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp writes off their chances after another defeat at Leicester, Tony Cascarino criticises the ‘rash’ goalkeeping by Alisson, Dean Ashton warns Liverpool fans that things aren’t going to improve as they slip down the table with a number of players out injured, Gabby Agbonlahor urges Jose Mourinho to drop Hugo Lloris and give Joe Hart an extended run in the Spurs team, talkSPORT’s James Savundra investigates the current spate of abuse aimed at match officials, a supporter claims that Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa is a ‘myth’ after the defeat at Arsenal, a talkSPORT pundit states that this is as ‘good as it gets’ for Southampton while the handball decision against Ryan Bertrand is labelled ‘criminal’, Josh Maja bags a brace to boost Fulham’s chances of survival, Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti rues the absence of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and boxing promoter Bob Arum confirms that there is progress in the negotiations for the fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua.

     

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  • Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel admits his side were ‘lucky’ to beat Championship Barnsley in the FA Cup, the Tykes boss Valerien Ismael rues the absence of VAR at Oakwell, Perry Groves slams Nuno Espirito Santo for fielding a weakened Wolves team after they were beaten by Southampton, Spurs legend Clive Allen admits that it’s inevitable that Harry Kane will eventually leave the club, former Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren backs Mo Salah to finish his career at Anfield, Ally McCoist states that Manchester City will win the domestic treble, Steve Bruce reveals that Callum Wilson may be out of action for two months, Dean Ashton backs Carlo Ancelotti to get Everton into the Champions League and Steve Harmison & Darren Gough urge the England selectors to pick both Stuart Broad & James Anderson in the absence of Jofra Archer for the 2nd Test against India.

     

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  • Harry Kane is told to leave Spurs after they get dumped out of the FA Cup by Everton, Jason Cundy labels World Cup winning goalkeeper Hugo Lloris ‘Tottenham’s weak link’, Pep Guardiola salutes his relentless Manchester City team after winning their 15th consecutive game against Swansea City, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers praises his players for their ‘great’ mentality, Bristol City manager Dean Holden slams VAR after a handball red card was the difference as they lost to Sheffield United, Adrian Durham urges Gareth Southgate to select both Jack Grealish & Phil Foden in the same England team or face the sack, The Sun’s Neil Custis questions why Manchester United bothered signing Donny Van De Beek, there’s news of Patrick Vieira being linked with the vacant Bournemouth managerial position, Thomas Tuchel reveals his love of the FA Cup ahead of Chelsea’s clash with Barnsley and Sean Dyche discloses what John McGinn actually said about his famous jacket.

     

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  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer heaps praise on Scott McTominay after he scored against West Ham to put Manchester United into the FA Cup Quarter-Finals, David Moyes is heavily criticised for subbing off his substitute Ademipo Odubeko, Jason Cundy labels Leeds United’s Marcelo Bielsa a ‘Championship level manager’, Simon Jordan defends the Glazer family after recent criticism due to a lack of communication with the Manchester United supporters, Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder & Jose Mourinho both offer support to Premier League referee Mike Dean after the official has received death threats online, Joe Root & Jimmy Anderson reflect on England’s  famous Test victory against India in Chennai on talkSPORT 2 and Gunners legend Ray Parlour urges the Arsenal board to support Mikel Arteta financially.

     

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  • Danny Murphy defends Thiago Alcantara after a number of pundits had criticised the Spaniard for slowing Liverpool’s play down, Jason Cundy slams Jurgen Klopp for being too slow to deal with the club’s defensive problems, Noel Gallagher claims that Liverpool’s best years are behind them, The Times’ Henry Winter states that Manchester City’s Phil Foden is a ‘generational talent’, a Crystal Palace fan wants Frank Lampard to replace Roy Hodgson as their manager after losing to Leeds United, Adrian Durham speaks about dealing with online abuse after referee Mike Dean received death threats, Simon Jordan places a proverbial £150 million price tag on Harry Kane and it’s the Clips of the Month on Hawksbee & Jacobs.

     

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  • Jurgen Klopp defends his goalkeeper Alisson after a horror show against Manchester City at Anfield, another Liverpool fan demands that the Reds manager is sacked, Pep Guardiola insists that nothing is won in February despite the Citizens streaming ten points clear of the champions, Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder bemoans another narrow defeat as the Blades lose to Chelsea, Faye Carruthers and a host of other talkSPORT presenters slam the sending off of West Ham’s Tomas Soucek by Mike Dean after he was dismissed for violent conduct against Fulham, former England goalkeeper David James claims that David De Gea isn’t brave enough, Gabby Agbonlahor deletes his twitter account in protest at the recent spate of racist tweets aimed at footballers, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win Superbowl 55 and former Charlton and Crystal Palace midfielder Darren Ambrose reveals how close he was to starring in the film Goal!

     

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  • Perry Groves slams Jose Mourinho for treating Tottenham fans like ‘they’re stupid’ after the defeat to Chelsea, more Spurs supporters call for the Special One to be sacked, Simon Jordan pans Gareth Bale’s ‘scandalous’ performances since returning to Tottenham, former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson claims the Reds played ‘like strangers’ in the shock loss to Brighton, the former World champion Darren Barker defends the proposed £40 pay-per-view cost for the potential Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury fight, Kevin Pietersen & Steve Harmison both pay tribute to Joe Root as the England captain starts his 100th Test Match against India live and exclusive on talkSPORT 2, Eddie Jones claims that Scotland have all the expectation on their shoulders ahead of the Calcutta Cup clash at Twickenham, Ralph Hasenhuttl confirms he won’t resign from Southampton after the midweek 9-0 drubbing by Manchester United and Jamie O’Hara recalls the time he was mistaken for a Hollywood actor.

     

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  • Jason Cundy slams a ‘shocking’ Liverpool display after they lost at home to Brighton, Jurgen Klopp admits the champions weren’t ‘mentally and physically fresh’ after another home defeat, Graham Potter hails the Seagulls' ‘perfect’ performance, Premier League leaders Manchester City beat Burnley to record their 13th consecutive win, a West Ham fan urges David Moyes to sign up Jesse Lingard on a permanent deal after the Manchester United loanee bagged a brace on his debut against Aston Villa, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers praises the impact James Maddison continues to have for the Foxes as they go third after beating Fulham, Dean Ashton slams the defensive set-piece frailties of Leeds United, Jose Mourinho hints at a possible return to first team action for Dele Alli but there’s less positive news for Gareth Bale, Simon Jordan still argues that Manchester United won’t win the league, Harry Redknapp backs John Terry to become the next Bournemouth manager after the Cherries dismissed Jason Tindall and Darren Gough recalls a memorable night out in Middlesbrough with the Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar.

     

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  • A stunned Ralph Hasenhuttl faces the media after Southampton are humiliated 9-0 at Old Trafford by Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claims the Red Devils are still searching for their ‘mojo’ despite thrashing the Saints, Mikel Arteta is angry with the sending off of David Luiz as well as a number of missed chances as Wolves fight back to beat Arsenal at Molineux, Chris Wilder praises the spirit of his Sheffield United players after beating West Brom in the Premier League basement battle and there are tributes to Captain Sir Tom Moore after the World War Two veteran and NHS fundraiser passed away, aged 100. Aston Villa Assistant head coach John Terry claims the Villains are now everyone’s ‘second favourite team’, Darren Bent compares his own exit from Spurs to the way Dele Alli has been treated by Tottenham, Liverpool boss Jurgen klopp backs his two new signings to write their own ‘Hollywood stories’, David Moyes explains his thinking in not signing a new striker at West Ham, England bowler Jofra Archer talks about his concerns of living in the bio-bubble ahead of the Test series in India and there’s an incredible finish to It’s Not a Question of Sport on the Sports Bar.

     

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  • Liverpool confirm the deal of Ben Davies from Preston as the Transfer Window closed and Danny Murphy believes it’s a ‘risk worth taking’, Everton complete the signing of Bournemouth’s Josh King, Simon Jordan claims that Gareth Bale is a ‘busted flush’ in the Premier League and Jamie O’Hara says his old teammate is ‘embarrassing himself’, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden discusses the government’s plans to end online racist abuse, Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder hits out at some pundits who criticised his side’s performance against Manchester City ahead of the six-point relegation clash with West Brom, Baggies boss Sam Allardyce urges his players to avoid being crushed by ‘fear’, Adrian Durham slams VAR once again, the QPR striker Charlie Austin talks exclusively to the Sports Bar after scoring against Watford in a 2-1 win on talkSPORT 2 and Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford reveals the charitable work he’s been doing during lockdown.

     

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  • Jurgen Klopp runs out of superlatives for Mo Salah after the Egyptian bagged a brace as champions Liverpool beat West Ham, some Tottenham fans demand that Jose Mourinho should be sacked after losing to Brighton, Mourinho admits his Spurs players were in a ‘sad’ place, talkSPORT’s Alex Crook urges the Portuguese to reinstate Dele Alli to the Spurs 1st XI as he confirms the England playmaker won’t leave during this transfer window, the Seagulls boss Graham Potter lauds his side’s performance as the best display during his tenure at The Amex, Ade Oladipo urges social media giants to do more to combat online racist abuse, Gabby Agbonlahor writes off Manchester United’s title chances after drawing with Arsenal, Leeds United’s Patrick Bamford talks up his England chances after scoring again as Marcelo Bielsa’s men win at Leicester, Kev Hatchard & Andy Brassell have news on Lionel Messi’s ‘leaked contract’ and Andy Cole recalls the time he received the ‘hairdryer treatment’ from Sir Alex Ferguson.

     

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  • Spurs manager Jose Mourinho blames ‘individual mistakes’ after losing at home to Liverpool but his tactics get heavily criticised by pundits and supporters, there’s worrying news for Tottenham fans when Harry Kane is substituted off with an ankle injury, Jason Cundy urges the England captain to leave Spurs, Jurgen Klopp distances Liverpool’s chances of winning the Premier League title as Joel Matip also suffers an injury, Adrian Durham claims that this could be the end of the road for Jordan Pickford as England’s number one goalkeeper, Jamie O’Hara urges Manchester United to beat City to signing Diego Costa and Thomas Tuchel confirms he’s at Chelsea to win the title but former Blues striker Tony Cascarino slams the boring tactics deployed by the German in his first game in charge.

     

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