Mark Chapman and the team discuss if the sacking of Chris Hughton by Brighton was justified by the style of football the team played this season.
They are also joined by Alan Ware, co-host of the Albion Roar podcast, to talk about what's next for the club.
After a disappointing end of the season how many signings do Manchester United need to make this summer to close the gap with Manchester City and Liverpool?
Wolves captain Conor Coady joins the pod to reflect on a brilliant season where he became the only Premier League player to play every single minute of every single game in all competitions.
After nineteen seasons and more than three hundred goals scored for Feyenoord, Arsenal, Manchester United, Fenerbache and the Dutch national team, Robin Van Persie has retired from playing football.
On the 12th of May he played his last game for Feyenoord and after the match David Ornstein...
Kelly Cates is joined by former Stoke and Burnley player Jon Walters, Chief football writer for The Daily and Sunday Telegraph Sam Wallace and BBC Sport's football reporter Simon Stone to debate the latest football news.
There’s reaction to Henrikh Mkhitaryan not playing in the Europa League...
Steve Clarke is the new Scotland manager, Chris Sutton says it's the best decision the SFA have made in years and Kris Boyd tells us why Clarke was such a big hit at Kilmarnock. We ask if Gareth Bale is too much of a financial risk for there to be genuine interest from the Premier League, and...