James Richardson and the Totally Football Show team are here three times a week for the 2019/20 season. On Mondays, it's the Premier League; on Tuesdays, we're all about Europe; and on Thursdays, we'll wrap up everything from midweek and look ahead to the weekend
Jimbo is joined by Duncan Alexander, Daniel Storey and Lynsey Hooper to preview a big Premier League weekend. Can Sheffield United win at Arsenal for the first time since 1971? Will Man Utd take points off Liverpool again? And what will happen when two published fiction authors go head to head at St James’s Park? Plus there’s our dedication to Mike Dean, ahead of his 500th Premier League match.
Jimbo welcomes Rafa Honigstein, Sasha Goryunov and Transfer Talk’s Anton Toloui to discuss how failure made Liverpool great and why Watford are staying up. Plus Ings and Aguero, Solskjaer gets medieval and Berba’s buffet etiquette.
Jimbo is joined by Jack Lang, Tom Williams and Duncan Alexander to talk about absolutely everything, including Carabao Cup, FA Cup, Daniele De Rossi, Bournemouth v Watford, Countryfile, Teletubbies and more.
Jimbo’s back and joined by Daniel Storey, Tom Williams and Matt Davies-Adams to look ahead to the League Cup semi-finals and to look back on an FA Cup weekend where new faces shot to stardom for a variety of reasons. Some positive, some Pope. Plus Matt Jones from the Blue Room podcast discusses an almighty missed opportunity in the Merseyside derby for Everton.
Matt Davies-Adams welcomes back Carl Anka, Michael Cox and Lynsey Hooper to bring you more chatter in this relentless week of football - a good midweek for Moyes and a bad midweek for hamstrings. Plus the FA Cup, the fearsome firepower of the Foxes and a full focus on Fylde.
Matt Davies-Adams is in the chair, accompanied by Rafa Honigstein, Tom Williams and Carl Anka to discuss Arteta’s Arsenal, Farke’s future, Howe, Haaland and whether we’re all overreacting about VAR. Plus Benji Lanyado joins us to talk about the new old manager at West Ham.
Jimbo, Rafa Honigstein, Duncan Alexander and Frida Fagerlund marvel at Liverpool’s TAA-powered battering of Leicester and the rest of the Boxing Day headlines. Plus: a dead dog; Zlatan’s nose; and a long, powerful walk home