After beating Manchester United on Sunday, Tottenham Hotspur will this season finish in the top two of the top flight for the first time since the 1960s. So are they on the brink of becoming Premier League giants? Are English football’s most renowned nearly men about to make it?
What would happen if Mauricio Pochettino was to leave the club? Or Dele Alli? Or Harry Kane? Does Spurs' move to a new stadium come at the best or worst possible time? What will happen when they play all their home games at Wembley next season?
Graham Ruthven was joined by Stefan Bienkowski and Grant Russell to talk it all over, including the construction of a cheese room at Spurs' new ground. That's right... a cheese room.
Is Jurgen Klopp doing a good job at Liverpool? Has he been fortunate in the Premier League this season? Can he overcome the problems that ultimately forced Brendan Rodgers out of the job?
All this and more is answered on this week's show as Stefan Bienkowski, Thom Watt and Scott McClymont talk through the Kop's Klopp.
It's that time of the year again! Who should be awarded with the prestigious award of English Premier League player of the year?
On this week's show Graham Ruthven is joined by Scott McClymont and Thom Watt to run through their own choices for the award.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic is out for the rest of the season with a knee injury, but how big a blow will that really be to Manchester United? Are Jose Mourinho's team better off without him?
Graham Ruthven is joined by Scott McClymont and Thom Watt to talk over the Swede's future and the impact he has made in the Premier League.
This week will make or break Barcelona's season - first they face Juventus then Real Madrid in El Clasico. But just how fundamental are the issues at the club?
Graham Ruthven is joined by Stefan Bienkowski and Scott McClymont to look at the Catalans and the issues they face. Are they a one man team?
Brendan Rodgers was damaged goods when he arrived at Celtic, so has he rescued his reputation in Scotland? How long will he stay in Glasgow for? Why is he a figure of fun in England?
Graham Ruthven is joined by Stefan Bienkowski and Grant Russell to talk it through on this week's episode.
After a week which saw both England and Scotland draw less then impressive crowds to their 2018 World Cup qualifiers, we ponder… what’s the point of international football? Does anyone really care anymore?
Graham Ruthven was joined by Grant Russell and Thom Watt to examine the international game, looking at what can be done to generate excitement and suppress an apathy that seems to be growing with every passing international break.