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33 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
The Solskjaer era ends here
Rob Dawson, ESPN's Manchester United Correspondent, reflects on Solskjaer's legacy and believes Carrick will have the support of the dressing room to guide the team to the end of the season. The Sun are reporting Brendan Rodgers has been contacted by the club, Chief Sports Reporter Martin Lipton joins us for the latest and throws a dart at the managerial LONG list. The Telegraph's Midlands Football Reporter John Percy runs the rule over Rodgers, Rooney and The Telegraph's lead which places Pochettino as the United board's favourite for the job. Join us for more in part two when we react to Southgate's extended contract to Euro 2024 & Gerrard and Conte's first Premier League home games
60 minutes | Nov 8, 2021
Moyes puts the Manchester Derby in the shade.
The Sunday Mirror’s Chief Football Writer Simon Mullock believes Solskjaer will survive the international break but United were out for the count. Is Brendan Rodgers waiting in the wings? Are West Ham in the title race? We cross to East London to get the latest from the Athletic’s West Ham Correspondent Roshane Thomas. Football London’s Tottenham Reporter Rob Guest looks back at Conte's first week in the job. Spurs are still desperately seeking a shot on target. Could both Lampard and Gerrard make an unlikely return during the International break? The Press Association's Midlands Writer, Nick Mashiter returns. We react to the weekend's shock departures and assess the favourites to step-in at Villa Park and Carrow Road. Is Arteta mounting a case for United to back Ole? 100 games in and Arsenal are rising, now up to 5th. Simon shares his first hand experience of receiving an impassioned Pep briefing. And finally, high praise for the men at the back in our "Unsung heroes of the week" closing segment.
47 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
From the Moura substitution to the predicted starting line-up under Conte. Why Conte’s appointment could offer a genuine option for Kane to remain. The Evening Standard’s Tottenham & Chief Football Correspondent Dan Kilpatrick joins us …eyes wide open! The Daily Mail’s Northern Football Reporter Jack Gaughan revels in Ole’s tactical masterclass.. Cavani was one thing, diverting Conte to Enfield another. PA’s Midland’s Football Writer Nick Mashiter assesses what’s happening at Leicester with Brendan Rodgers. Can Dean Smith adapt his attack to a life without Jack? Could Stratford leave Old Trafford in the shade this coming weekend when David Moyes hosts Jurgen Klopp? AND the Manchester Derby …. Do United stand any chance?? With Gareth Southgate announcing his England squad on Thursday our resident England U21 Correspondents Nick and Jack eye who they believe could join Southgate’s squad to Qatar.
49 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
beIN The Know. Manchester United 0-5 Liverpool: The inquest
Ian Ladyman, Football Editor at the Daily Mail should be adopting a Paul Scholes swagger for his Nostradamus like predictions but capitulates early .. fitting Praise for Klopp, Salah, Henderson and Firmino as Liverpool record their greatest victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford. Simon Peach, Chief Football Writer at the Press Association reminds us of the work Solskjaer has done to transform a toxic dressing room but the pressure is now on before the international break. And Charlotte Duncker, Manchester United Correspondent for Goal is concerned Manchester United's performances are going backwards. Who should come in next and when? We break down the key performers for Liverpool and the tactical brilliance of Klopp. We ask if David Moyes is having the last laugh. Bernardo Silva is bolstering City but Chelsea also showed-off their depth in squad this weekend. Can Nuno Espirito Santo keep his job? Also, we look to Moyes vs Guardiola in the Carabao Cup Ranieri’s big comeback. Leicester and Arsenal reviving their season. Our unsung heroes of the week and a Welsh dragon supporting an Arsenal legend.
46 minutes | Oct 20, 2021
beIN The Know: Newcastle United and Ole under pressure
The Newcastle United takeover is creating more than a managerial headache. We have an open chat on the conflicts for fans and the difficulties covering the Newcastle United takeover. Why can't fans just celebrate the arrival of their new owners without the conflict? That's the question asked by The Athletic's Newcastle United Correspondent Chris Waugh Oliver Holt, Chief Sports Writer for the Daily Mail thinks Newcastle United is being somewhat "picked on" with the new temporary restrictions on sponsorship BUT can not reconcile with journalists celebrating the takeover without reference to human rights abuses - especially the murder of fellow journalist Jamal Khashoggi. And fans donning tea towels on their heads. Just no. Mark Ogden, Senior Football Writer for The Athletic, based in Manchester, sees the parallels with Manchester City and human rights and was in St James's Park on Sunday. What do City fans really care about? And with Manchester United preparing to host Liverpool at Old Trafford is Ole really safe? Results need a dramatic turnaround in Europe and this weekend for Solskjaer to survive. And we have some fascinating Copy Casualties to bring you with one referee revealing his true colours and Sir Alex pouring over the papers.
31 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
beIN The Know: The night Anfield shook.
The night Anfield shook. We couldn’t be there but they could. We spend the first half an hour of this week’s pod drinking in the sights, sounds and ramification of a classic tactical duel between Jürgen Klopp & Pep Guardiola. We’re joined by Paul Horst the Liverpool Correspondent for the Liverpool Echo Joe Prince Wright, NBC’s lead soccer writer explains the impact of Salah’s performance back in the States, will it be enough for the Fenway Group to splash the cash? And after a tumultuous week Tuchel finishes on top of the table. Treading the mean pavements of Cobham, trust me those cars go by fast, Dominic Fifield - Senior Writer for The Athletic.
30 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
beIN The Know: Whatever next?
Paul Hirst, Manchester Football Reporter for The Times previews Manchester United's encounter with Villarreal and looks in depth at Ole's midfield conundrum. Nizaar Kinsella , Chelsea FC Correspondent for Goal previews Chelsea's encounter with Juventus but without Mount & James, the academy products who will be sorely missed in Turin. David Ornstein, Arsenal fan favourite and Football Correspondent at The Athletic joins in the excitement of the Arsenal revival..OR DOES HE? The Premier League discuss taking a "Meaningful match" abroad. A sensible way to bring revenue to clubs and connect with a foreign fanbase or? Coming soon. All praise for Potter, the other Frank rocking West London and a lookahead to the epic showdown between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield in our weekend preview. Here from Wednesday.
29 minutes | Sep 23, 2021
beIN The Know. A day of reckoning? Weekend preview
Can Manchester City avenge their Champions League defeat? Will Lukaku prove Kane is City's missing link? Does this tell us who will really be in the title chase? Arteta faces Nuno in the North London derby. A revival or will the pressure mount on his survival? Kane dug out his shooting boots in the Carabao Cup.. Now Nuno needs to get his tactics right on the night. Dom King thinks Everton's 3-0 defeat to Aston Villa last weekend was just a blip for Benitez but Liverpool will not be taking Brentford for granted. Aston Villa take on Manchester United. Can Matty Cash outshine the big money signings? Give him the chance and he just might. And Vaaaarrrrrrrrgggghhhhh! It had all been going so well.. Stay to the end for our Unsung Hero of the week.. all nominations are worthy winners but one edges the pack
33 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
In the Know: Football remembers Jimmy Greaves.
Part One: The Review Fierce rivalries are put aside to pay respect to the highest scorer in the history of English top-flight football. Kane stalemate or a team in transition? Ole's bounceback. The Manchester United manager's sub sets-up a thrilling if bewildering finale at the London stadium. Is VAR going backwards? Can Guardiola heal his rift with his fans or are there wider ramifications? Dominic King eyes a senior great to draft into Liverpool's squad .. And James Olley tries and fails to get us all sacked ... They'll never know...
21 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
BeIN The Know returns. Part 2. Spurs v CFC. Lukaku's new rivalry. Kevin & Jack - it begins. Kevin's dossier on Pep. Ancelotti & Hazard. PSG & Poch.
Counting down to Spurs v Chelsea. Which Spurs? Gerry Cox wonders if a player waiting in the wings could be the solution? Every confidence Kane will build into the season. Lukaku admits he still has to gain some understanding with a few Chelsea players but is already building a rivalry with one teammate. Scoring against Tottenham? Primed. Nuno has the nouse to nullify. Kevin De Bruyne returned to the starting line-up in Europe. Kristof Terreur explains why KDB has his own stat book on Pep which shows how Manchester City can win the Champions League. Kevin & Jack.. it begins. Rob Harris runs an eye over Liverpool's transfer window. Klopp's men are flying but why didn't Liverpool splurge to compensate for their Super League shame, when others did? We look forward in Europe. And with Benitez enforcing his methods on Everton, we ask if Ancelotti can resurrect Hazard and Real..after Courtois' heroics saved another European giant from an early setback. Kristof takes pride in Brugge but his fascination rests on PSG and Pochettino's process to turn the "Dream team!" on paper into a powerhouse on the pitch. And we celebrate our "Unsung heroes!" in the Premier League from last weekend. With one club featuring heavily.
25 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
beIN The Know returns. Part 1. Review. Ronaldo & Rom return and Vieira shines again
Part 1. Belgian European Football Correspondent Kristof Terreur flew into London to cover Lukaku's return to Stamford Bridge for HLN. Rob Harris, Global Sports Writer at AP, travelled to Old Trafford to witness the contrast in mood from the demonstrations at the end of last season. Gerry Cox, Writer and Broadcaster at Hayters TV, enjoyed a punchy performance from Palace at Selhurst Park which shocked a previously unshakable Spurs. We also ask our writers to bring us the moments behind the scenes we so rarely see. Villa fans would be served well to listen into this installment of Copy Casualty.. Part 2 follows. Preview. We preview the London derby and delve into the current mentality & fitness of Belgians Kevin, Eden and Rom.
55 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
beIN The Know: Fans are coming home!!! * Cross everything
We lookahead to the return of the 12th man but home and away fans this time, right? Chelsea vs Manchester United, Tuchel's first top four test. The Athletic's Chelsea Correspondent Simon Johnson assesses the opening weeks of the new man in charge at Cobham & brings insight on breaking the story of Lampard's departure. PA's Chief football writer and Manchester United reporter Simon Peach casts his eyes over Manchester United's summer shopping wish list. How the tables have turned. The Mirror's Midlands reporter James Nursey previews Leicester vs Arsenal with fans in the host city looking up! Moyes & Jesse return to Manchester, with nothing to lose at the Etihad & all the pressure on Pep? Klopp & Jose set to turnaround their season with momentum building fixtures ahead? Simon Peach gives us insight on Mourinho at MUFC & his first hand experience of working with Poch at Saints - why he'll excel at PSG And at the bottom what are the long term prospects for Big Sam? Any signs of a Houdini escape? Fulham looking the only likely suspect to climb out of the drop?
48 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
beIN The Know : Challengers ready? Anyone??
In the week Klopp throws in the towel #beIN The Know searches high and low for a title challenger to Manchester City. The usual suspects need not apply... Leicester.. .however? We head to Merseyside to pull a chewed-up Dominic King out of Liverpool's rumour mill and he reassures LFC fans that Klopp is staying & how! Charlotte Duncker throws Ole under the wheel & prepares Old Trafford for a long ball invasion from Steve the Bruce Gerry Cox explains why Spurs fans have seen enough of the Special one. Plenty of positives for West Ham, Tuchel & Ancelotti. And we look to the Merseyside derby, Arteta v Pep and Fulham's rise on the riverside. Pogba, Moyes and Hendo get a timely slap on the back and find out why Ole and a piggyback ride peaked our interest...
71 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
beIN The Know: The day of the dossier.
The dossier returns, will it prove to be the death-nail in Arteta's Arsenal? Klopp's accelerating away at the top but can Ole commandeer the wheel? It's a bumper Christmas edition. Paul Hetherington a Fleet Street great & former FWA Chair who charted Sir Alex's rise and reign asks if Ole can challenge for a title again? Hot off the phone from Big Sam, how big a hole does he have to get out of this time? Paul Brown, London Football Reporter for the Daily Star joins us right on the back of a return from Stamford Bridge.. Bourbon biscuit grasped in hand. Hayters Football Correspondent Gerry Cox measures Tottenham's expectations after back to back defeats. Alison Bender, Premier League reporter looks ahead to the next London derby. Is Chelsea's bounce back all it appears?
70 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
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Jürgen v Jose. 12th man momentum. The Manchester Dierby unpicked. Pep, Pogba De Gea & Ole. Your judging panel this week. Andy Dunn, Chief Sports Writer at The Mirror puts Pep under the microscope and regales us with Mourinho's conversational trickery. Dominic Fifield, Senior Writer at The Athletic bites back at Lampard's lambasting of title chatter. Nick Mashiter, Midlands Football Writer for the Press Association asks when did football become a non-contact sport? Also, Praise for Demba Ba and a strong statement from our panel on sanctions for players walking-off the pitch in 2020.
73 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
beIN The Know. The fans return.
We are joined by John Cross, Chief Football Writer at The Mirror. Daily Telegraph Columnist, Jim White Goal's Chelsea Correspondent, Nizaar Kinsella. The fans return, great insight from the first games to open their gates but a section of Millwall fans let the game down. Mourinho &Lampard step-up title chase. Can they really rival Klopp? Which Manchester United will turn up for Leipzig & The derby? And on the week of the FIFA World Cup qualifying draw, who are the favourites? Can England win a World Cup under Southgate? Barkley and Grealish in another apparent coronavirus breach, this time on club duty. And our regular "Unsung hero of the week" turns to farce.
85 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
beIN The Know. Maradona remembered. Concussion & dementia. Mourinho, MUFC v PSG, North London Derby & Spygate
Paddy Barclay was at the Azteca Stadium in 1986 and transports us back to the day Maradona became a football god. Tim Vickery joins us from South America & The Telegraph's award winning journalist Jeremy Wilson joins us to bring us the latest on his campaigns on dementia and concussion. What must change now?
65 minutes | Nov 22, 2020
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Mourinho the chameleon? The "Special one" changes his spots to take Tottenham to the top. Messi incoming... but does one superstar make a summer & is Pep too predictable? Progress on a push to get fans back in the stands. Clear & oblivious? The latest twist in the VAR soap opera. Qatar 2022 is now just two years away but can Southgate stomach another 24 months of off-field drama? Scotland's qualifications through the eyes of a long suffering Aberdeen fan. Northcroft predicts a Euro 2020 upset. Is there another cure for player fatigue without compromising the balance of the Premier League? What action next to support former players impacted by dementia and how do we protect players now and in the future? Your expert panel: Jonathan Northcroft, Sunday Times Football Correspondent James Olley, Senior Football Writer, ESPN Martin Lipton Chief Sports Reporter, The Sun
75 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
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The Premier League's top writers, allowed behind closed doors, join us to discuss the hottest talking points. From sensational to stupefying, which Manchester United is turning up? Is Ole United's answer? Is your top player safe on tour? Klopp angered to find there is no universal Covid-19 protocol to protect players on international duty. Our panel: Chief Football Writer for The Sunday People Steve Bates. The Fleet st. legend witnessed Sir Alex Ferguson's rise to unprecedented glory. Melissa Reddy, Senior Football Correspondent with The Independent and author of Believe Us: How Jürgen Klopp transformed Liverpool And Paul Hirst, The Times Reporter covering Manchester United and Manchester City 8 matches down, does the Premier League table ring true? We put our writers on the spot and ask them to predict a final top four in 2020. Freak or Unique? We ask if Ralph Hasenhüttl and his Saints have the staying power to remain at the top table If England were to lose a top striker this summer, who would you call-up? Southgate insists Pickford is still his first choice keeper, is he right? Hours after Biden was declared President elect and Trump was fired, Britain's Prime Minister picked up the phone to Marcus Rashford to promise a multi-million pound support package.... coincidental timing? And we spend a lot of time unpicking the real reason why fans were not allowed inside stadiums before the latest lockdown. Are you being judged on the behaviour of fans 40/50 years ago? And the latest, ever revealing insight in our regular features "Copy casualty" & "Unsung hero." celebrate and reveal there is more to the game than VAR and the handball rule.
66 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
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Welcoming you to beIN The Know.. We bring you insight and analysis from the Premier League's top football writers & broadcasters allowed behind closed doors Joining you today Jason Burt Chief Football Correspondent for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph. Molly Hudson Sports Journalist for The Times. Ian Ladyman, Football Editor of the Daily Mail. Lockdown lowdown. We explain why the Premier League continues and the impact on the WSL and lower leagues, Do we know who is the Premier League title favourite and how will the Champions League in midweek impact next weeks telling fixtures? Gareth Southgate announces his England squad on Thursday. What role will Greenwood play and can Abraham get back into a starting line-up? Wembley hosted the Women’s FA Cup final on Sunday. We assess how far the game has come since the World Cup and if the Football Association’s Leadership Diversity Code can encourage more women in to top coaching roles.
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