Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's appointment as Manchester United manager, on a three year contract. We look at whether United can get into the top four in what is a very close battle, and whether he will be able to bring in the players he wants.
In today's news we look at Nantes demanding the fee for Sala, Spurs new stadium, and a new UEFA rule. We also look at the FA Cup and preview the Premier League fixtures.
We look at the England squad, our Champions League Favourites, the Manchester Derby and Wayne Rooney's England call up.
Today we discuss Tottenham's new stadium, Brendan Rodgers comments about Celtic, the Fifa Awards, Phil Foden, Manchester City's other youth players, and Mourinho's situation at Manchester United.
We look at Sloughs Twitter plea for a goalkeeper, drink driving in football, Englands game against Spain, Marcus Rashford, and the latest round of Premier League and Champions League fixtures.
We discuss how he came through the ranks at Manchester United, the club he joined at 9 years old. He joined Preston North End and won the league playing under David Moyes in what he describes as a very good team.
Shane Lees is joined by Brighton fans Nick Davie and Harry Filby to discuss who's going to win the title, push for Europe and fall out of the league. Could this be Mourinho's last ever managerial season?
We discuss Mohamed Salah and Kevin De Bruyne being the two outstanding players of the 2017-2018 season and the battle to win player of the season would appear to revolve around these the pair. We debate who will be player of the year?
The lads discuss #Everton completing the signing of Theo Walcott, Continuing Alexis Sanchez transfer saga and English football's first video refereeing controversy
The lads debate whether a high footed challenge should be an automatic red card, Frank de Boer being sacked as Crystal Palace manager & Sergio Aguero becoming the top scoring non-European player in Premier League history.
The lads gives their thoughts the opening week and rank who made the biggest impact out of Lacazette, Morata and Lukaku. The lads announce the performance and the villain of the week.
Tom has been a Coach at Manchester United since January 1994. He has skillfully coached through the full age range from U9 to U18.
The lads discuss the events in Manchester, #CityUnited and how football has came together with donations made by the clubs plus Europa League, Allardyce and FA Cup Preview
The lads discuss Gary Neville's claims that ‘Arsenal are a bigger club than Chelsea & Pep Guardiola's claim Chelsea counterpart Antonio Conte is arguably the best manager in the world.
After the News, The lads have a positive, yes a positive, discussion about England and then predict which managers will be gone by the end of the season?
The Champions League and Europa League draws were both carried out today with some intrigue. All the build-up was about who Leicester would get, and the fact that there are fewer English sides in the competitions compared to previous years.
Paul discusses being a young black player in the 1980s,his time at Man Utd and his current role coaching in Singapore with the JSSL.
In the wake of the Munich Air Disaster, Real Madrid President Santiago Bernabeu offered to help Manchester United rebuild the club by offering....
Remember in 2013 when the English media demanded that Adnan Januzaj waits a couple more years to take out British citizenship and play for England but he choose Belgium instead?
So I wanted to know if you had to create a first XI using players only from the current top 6 teams (Chelsea/Spurs/Man City/Arsenal/Liverpool/Man Utd) who would you pick.
The lads discuss Marco van Basten's potential rule changes and Wayne Rooney becoming Man Utd's all time leading goalscorer and if he will be considered great?
Mark talks us through his early career coming through the ranks at Man Utd and winning the Football League Trophy with Doncaster Rovers
The lads discuss Fifa banning England and Scotland with having poppies, review the Premier League season so far & debate if Manchester United should be forced to have a womans team.
John discusses his current role in America as technical director of the New York Club Soccer League and developing the next generation of soccer stars.
The Lads discuss Wayne Rooney's future with England and at Manchester United. Can he still captain England if he isn't playing regularly at United. Could a return to Everton be the best thing for all parties?
Alan discusses a wide range of mental health issues within football, the stigma of having mental health in such a macho environment and the importance of Footballers having a life away from the game.
It’s been over 52 years since Manchester United and Liverpool did transfer business together. It got me thinking if there is an unwritten policy on behalf of both Liverpool and Manchester United to not do business with each other.
The lads discuss the uproar over Ronaldo having a higher rating than Messi on FIFA 17 and Paul Scholes' comments that there are only 3 World Class Players in Premier League
incredible managerial gracing the Premier League next season but how much of an effect is the constant hiring of top foreign managers having on the English national side. By Dan Tracey Originally posted at www.realfootballman.com
A recent Sky Sports poll had Dennis Bergkamp as the Premier League most influential player of all time. This poll was obviously rigged as we can agree this title should go to the legend that is Robbie Savage. By Chris Lappin