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Some of the nation's finest football writers, including the likes of Martin Samuel, Henry Winter, Patrick Barclay, Oliver Holt and Sam Wallace, discuss and dissect the burning issues in the beautiful game.

Some of the nation's finest football writers, including the likes of Martin Samuel, Henry Winter, Patrick Barclay, Oliver Holt and Sam Wallace, discuss and dissect the burning issues in the beautiful game.
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Some of the nation's finest football writers, including the likes of Martin Samuel, Henry Winter, Patrick Barclay, Oliver Holt and Sam Wallace, discuss and dissect the burning issues in the beautiful game.

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Episodes

How will Mourinho be remembered? Wembley no sale & Sterling’s contract

10/21/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Sam Wallace of The Telegraph and Rory Smith of the New York Times to discuss all the latest news from football.

Duration:01:06:37

Is Kane burnt out? Rashford’s form & will there be change at Man Utd & Newcastle?

10/14/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Shaun Custis and Neil Custis of The Sun, as well as Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday for a discussion of the latest news from around the world of football.

Duration:01:08:10

Mourinho's last big job, Klopp building to success and Southgate's England policy

10/7/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn of The Mirror, Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times and Jonathan Liew of The Independent to talk Jose Mourinho's future, Jurgen Klopp building for success at Liverpool and whether Daniel Sturridge warrants a place in the England squad.

Duration:01:07:10

Is Mourinho nearing the end? Are Chelsea genuine title contenders? And turbulent times ahead for Newcastle?

9/30/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by the Daily Express’ Matt Dunn, Rob Draper of the Mail on Sunday and The Guardian’s Dominic Fifield to discuss the latest talking points from the world of football including whether the end is near for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United. Chelsea and Liverpool couldn’t be separated on Saturday after their draw but are the Blues genuine title contenders after they maintained their unbeaten start? And after reports that Peter Kenyon and an American consortium are...

Duration:01:09:54

Strange behaviour from Pochettino, Hazard’s exclusion from FIFA awards and are Man Utd going backwards?

9/23/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson of The Times, Jason Burt of The Telegraph and Charlie Wyett of The Sun for a discussion of all the latest football stories.

Duration:01:08:28

Can Hazard be Europe’s best? Is Zaha treated unfairly? & Does Rashford need to leave Man Utd?

9/16/2018
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This week on the Sunday Supplement, Neil Ashton will be joined by Matt Law from The Telegraph; Dominic King of the Daily Mail and Premier League Reporter for ESPN Brazil, Natalie Gedra.

Duration:01:08:48

Pellegrini's poor start, Declan Rice debate and controversial La Liga changes

9/9/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Darren Lewis of the Daily Mirror and Sid Lowe of The Guardian for a discussion of all the latest news from the world of football.

Duration:01:08:48

Alisson's blunder, 10 years of the Manchester City ownership, and is Jose still special?

9/2/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Oliver Holt of the Mail on Sunday, Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times and John Cross of The Mirror for a discussion of the latest football news.

Duration:01:08:48

Ozil's Emirates future, Jose's harsh critics and Southgate's England options

8/26/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Andy Dunn, Alyson Rudd and Neil Custis to give their opinion on all the latest football news, including topics involving Mesut Ozil, Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, VAR and more.

Duration:01:09:54

Hazard's influence at Chelsea; the Pogba rumours and Emery's start at Arsenal

8/19/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter of The Times, Shaun Custis of The Sun and Steve Bates of the Sunday People for a discussion of all the latest football news and stories.

Duration:01:15:21

Trouble at United; Tottenham taking risks and Chelsea don't bow to Real

8/12/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Martin Samuel of the Daily Mail, Sam Wallace of The Telegraph and Vaishali Bhardwaj of the Evening Standard for a discussion of all the latest news from football.

Duration:01:12:05

Manchester Utd's scatter gun transfer policy, question marks over Emery and will Gerrard succeed North of the border?

8/5/2018
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Neil Ashton is with Matt Dickinson of The Times, Jason Burt of The Telegraph and journalist Raphael Honigstein to discuss the latest news with the start of the Premier League only a week away.

Duration:01:11:10

France beat Croatia to win the World Cup but will they now go on to dominate for years?

7/16/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by the Telegraph's Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt and Matt Dunn of the Daily Express to look back on France's 4-2 win over Croatia in the World Cup final in Moscow as well as their memories of Russia 2018 as a whole.

Duration:00:46:57

England finish in fourth but with plenty to build on

7/14/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Henry Winter, chief football writer for The Times, and Andy Dunn, The Mirror's chief sports writer, to look back on England's World Cup third place playoff defeat to Roberto Martinez's Belgium.

Duration:00:33:51

England's World Cup dream is over after a semi-final defeat to Croatia, but the Three Lions leave Russia with pride

7/12/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson, the chief sports writer of the Times, and Jeremy Cross, the chief sports writer of the Daily Star, to dissect England's World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia. The panel sat down just a few hours after the final whistle to reflect on the painful loss and the positives Gareth Southgate and his squad can take from their campaign in Russia.

Duration:00:44:46

England see off Sweden to reach the World Cup semi-final; can they now go all the way in Russia?

7/7/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Law of The Telegraph and Charlie Wyett of The Sun in the media centre in Samara for reaction to England's quarter-final win over Sweden. Can Gareth Southgate and the players now go all the way?

Duration:00:46:55

England's penalty shoot out heroics against Colombia; are the odds stacked in England's favour for World Cup glory?

7/4/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by John Cross, chief football writer at the Mirror, and Jonathan Northcroft from the Sunday Times for episode five of the World Cup Supplement to analyse England’s last-16 dramatic penalty shoot out win over Colombia and look ahead to the quarter-final with Sweden.

Duration:00:45:52

England's 1-0 defeat to Belgium, a last-16 tie with Colombia and whether they are on the 'easy' side of the World Cup draw

6/29/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson, chief sports writer at the Times, and Guardian football writer Dominic Fifield to analyse England's defeat to Belgium and look ahead to their last-16 tie with Colombia. The panel also discuss the major talking points from the World Cup and which teams are favourites for the title after the group stage.

Duration:00:50:08

England's 6-1 thrashing of Panama, Harry Kane's hat-trick and the relationship of players and the media.

6/24/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by The Telegraph's Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt and the Daily Mail's Chief Sports Reporter Matt Lawton in Nizhny Novgorod to reflect on England's incredible 6-1 victory over Panama, Harry Kane's hat-trick and what changes Gareth Southgate might make for the final group game against Russia. They also debate the role of the media and their relationships with the England squad.

Duration:00:50:30

England's World Cup win over Tunisia analysed, changes for Panama debated and VAR verdicts

6/19/2018
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Neil Ashton is joined by The Times' chief football writer Henry Winter and The Mirror's chief sports writer Andy Dunn for the second episode of World Cup Supplement. The trio look back at England's win over Tunisia, discuss the players who impressed and the ones who need to step up and what boss Gareth Southgate will have learnt from the encounter. The panel also look ahead to England's next match with Panama, reflect on what it's been like covering England from their training base in Repino...

Duration:00:48:24