Salford have Becks appeal but Gerrard’s Rangers slip up
Mark Chapman is joined by David Moyes and Pat Nevin to discuss a big night at the top of the Scottish Premiership, and they chew over all the latest football stories, including David Beckham taking a 10% stake in Salford City. They also discuss Maurizio Sarri’s comments that Eden Hazard is not a leader in his Chelsea team, and the Telegraph's JJ Bull reveals which Premier League clubs are the best and worst at promoting under-21 talent this season.
Cardiff striker Sala still missing
Emiliano Sala was on a light aircraft which has gone missing over the Channel Islands.
At the time of recording this podcast, Sala is still missing.
Steve Crossman is joined by Julien Laurens, James Horncastle and Miguel Delaney to discuss the latest news and reaction from around the world.
MNC: Sarri’s gamble and Wrighty and Cole’s guide to goals
Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Andy Townsend. They discuss what consequences Maurizio Sarri's criticism towards his squad can have on Chelsea's season.
They also speak to former Manchester United striker Andy Cole who currently trains strikers at Macclesfield. They debate how to get players to score more goals and the positive impact Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer has had on Marcus Rashford.
And Raphael Honigstein joins the pod to help finding out more about Huddersfield Town's new manager Jan Siewert.
Winks’ winner saves Spurs and Chelsea are in a Sarri situation
Jonathan Overend is joined by former Tottenham midfielder Michael Brown, Derby defender Curtis Davies and former Crystal Palace player Clinton Morrison to analyse Spurs’ late 2-1 victory over Fulham in the Premier League.
After Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri claimed his players are “extremely difficult to motivate” following their 2-0 defeat at Arsenal on Saturday, the panel debate whether publically criticising players is the best way to get a response from them.
As well as predicting who is favourite to win the Premier League at the top and who is most likely to drop at the bottom of the table, the team give their thoughts on former United player Paul Scholes – who is in talks to become League Two Oldham Athletic’s manager.
The Big Weekend Preview Pod
Could Emma Hayes be the first female to coach in the men’s professional game in England? That’s just one of the questions put to the Chelsea Women boss by Jermaine Jenas and Darren Fletcher as they preview the weekend’s football. Former Premier League midfielder Steve Sidwell is also on hand as the discussion about Arsenal gets pretty heated - do Spurs need to spend big to cover Harry Kane, and is Paul Pogba the prime example of a millennial footballer?