Greg Johnson is joined by Greg Stobart, Muhammad Butt and George Elek to review all the action in the Premier League and Europe's other top leagues as well as previewing the return of the Champions League and Europa League, with Arsenal taking on Bayern Munich, Manchester United hosting St. Etienne and Spurs travelling away to face Genk.
It's Friday and Nic is joined by Oli Young-Myles, Morning Star Sports Editor Kadeem Simmonds to preview the big Liverpool vs Spurs game as well as the rest of the upcoming EPL action. There's also a bit of time to play Would You Rather? And look ahead to what European action we should be keeping an eye on this weekend.
Rory Briggs is back again, this week with Los Campesinos! lead singer Gareth David to discuss football's influence on the band's new album 'Sick Scenes' (out Feb 24th), his adoration of non-league football, and discover his favourite elements of the beautiful game.
Host Greg Johnson is joined by Muhammad Butt and George Elek to analyse the weekend's action in the Premier League and across Europe, including Chelsea's 3-1 win over Arsenal, the second coming of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City with Gabriel Jesus up front and all the action from La Liga, Serie A, Ligue and the Bundesliga, plus Cameroon's win over Egypt in the final of AFCON 2017.
Nic English is joined by Oli Myles, Adrian Kajumba and Rory Briggs to analyse the midweek action and look ahead to a potentially title-defining Chelsea vs Arsenal game. There's also time to laud Frank Lampard's career, discuss the Antoine Griezmann rumours and play a game of would you rather.
Nic English is joined by Greg Stobart, James Benge from the Evening Standard and George Elek to analyse a rather flat deadline day, last night's big game between Liverpool and Chelsea and the rest of the midweek Premier League action.
George Elek replaces the poorly Greg Johnson to run through the weekend's FA Cup action and preview the potentially title-defining Liverpool vs Chelsea tie with Muhammad Butt and James McManus. There's also time to run through the best of the action from around Europe.
Nic English is joined by Muhammad Butt, PA journalist Helen Rowe-Willcocks and Hush Kerai to preview the upcoming FA Cup ties, have a quick gander at the transfer market and enjoy a game of would you rather...
Rory Briggs is joined by John Dillon, a Fleet Street veteran and leading sportswriter and broadcaster for over 25 years, to discuss his love for West Ham, the state of the modern game and how boxing compares to football. John started out on Fleet Street at the age of 14, before becoming football and boxing correspondent at the Daily Mirror, and eventually the chief sports writer at the Daily Express for 13 years. He now writes for the Evening Standard and appears on Sky Sports' Sunday...
Ahead of another huge showdown between Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur, Squawka Talker host Greg Johnson is joined by Muhammad Butt, Oli Young-Myles and London Evening Standard journalist James Benge. Together they pick apart the results of the FA Cup third round replays, the state of Arsenal's season, Liverpool's hopes without Sadio Mane, Antoine Griezmann to Manchester United, the return of the Bundesliga and Real Madrid's faltering form.
George Elek is joined by Squawka's chief reporter Greg Stobart, StatsBomb owner Ted Knutson and football agent Simon Festinesi to discuss how clubs, players and agents can make the most out of the January transfer window, avoid the common pitfalls and use the loan system to get the best short-term deal.
Squawka Talker host Greg Johnson is joined by James McManus, Oli Young-Myles and football writer Greg Lea to discuss Manchester United vs. Liverpool, both side's mid-week EFL Cup matches against Hull City and Southampton, the rest of the weekend's Premier League fixtures and all the action around Europe, plus the African Cup of Nations.
Rory Briggs is joined by poet, author and musician Musa Okwonga to discuss his passion for the game and get a few readings from his powerful back catalogue. Talking Paul Pogba, race issues, playing for Stonewall, life in Berlin, a meeting with Carlos Alberto and reciting poems about Roy Keane and Leo Messi.
Host Greg Johnson is joined by Squawka's Muhammad Butt, Tom Marshall-Bailey of football.london and freelance writer Carl Anka to preview the FA Cup third round and the latest action in the English Premier League.