Today’s show features discussions with West Ham legend Billy Bonds, former England captain Ray Wilkins, and Matt Fortune (The Daily Mail).
Guest panelists Rob Shepherd and Jerrad Peters (New York Times) join Terry and Will to discuss the dearth of English players playing abroad, Arsene Wenger’s future at Arsenal, David Moyes and the 20th anniversary of Bobby Moore’s death.
Guest panelists Keir Radnedge (World Sports Service) and Gerry Cox (Hayters Teamwork) join Terry and Will to a woeful week of Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho’s future at Madrid, Brendan Rogers’ season thus far at Liverpool, Frank Lampard and Jamie Carragher’s possible managerial career.
Today’s show features discussions with former English Premier League referee Jeff Winter and ex-Tottenham captain Gary Mabbutt
Guest panelists Richard Morgan and Sam Tighe (Bleacher Report) join Terry and Will to discuss Jack Wilshere’s performance and Brazil, the FA’s decision to fine Sir Alex Ferguson for comments made about a referee’s assistant and Andre Villas Boas’ time thus far with Tottenham.
Today’s show features discussions with special guests Andy Gray (TalkSport) and Grant Wahl (Sports Illustrated and FOX Soccer)
Guest panelists Rob Harris (Associated Press) and Michael Cummings (Bleacher Report) join Terry and Will to discuss Mario Balotelli’s departure from the Premier League and a perceived lack of personalities across the league, the cost of relegation, Major League Soccer’s growing status as a feeder for the EPL and David Beckham’s move to Paris Saint Germain.
Welcome to the debut episode of “The Prem” a new Barclay’s Premier League show hosted by Terry Baddoo and Will Tidey. Today’s show features a chat with special guest, USMNT and Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard.
Guest panelists Ryan Bailey (KICK TV) and Christian Radnedge (World Football Insider) join Terry and Will to discuss Arsene Wenger’s comments about the January transfer window, David de Gea’s struggles at Manchester United, Chelsea’s recent woes, whether Harry Redknapp can right the ship at QPR and Andy Carroll.