The pod look back at the midweek Premier League action with Charles MacDonald-Jones, Ben Taylor and Richard Woodall, who also talks about Wolves’ insatiable form.
The pod review the Carabao Cup, assess the Phil Neville situation and ask which current players would make good managers. With Will Lee, Charles MacDonald-Jones and Ben Taylor.
The pod look back at a classic for the ages as Liverpool stun Manchester City and also discuss the latest transfers, as well as more Carabao Cup.
Charles MacDonald-Jones and Will Lee are joined by pod newcomer Conor Stephenson as they get into all the latest Carabao and FA Cup action, as well as looking forward to the Steel City derby.
Manchester City pulled 14 points ahead as they beat Manchester United this week, while West Ham stunned Chelsea and Everton held Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. Matt Trevalyan, Will Lee and Charles MacDonald-Jones will be discussing all this and the Champions League draw on this week’s Three at the Back.
Charles MacDonald-Jones, Will Lee and Ben Taylor discuss the midweek fixtures as the top four register resounding wins and Burnley rise above Spurs. Three at the Back also discuss the World Cup draw and round up Europe.
Charles MacDonald-Jones, Will Lee and Ben Taylor discuss all the latest Premier League action, as Slaven Bilic finally gets the sack. Manchester City’s lead is extended while Will talks politics on this Three at the Back.
On this week’s Three at the Back, Charles MacDonald-Jones is joined by Ben Taylor and Chris Bollington as they discuss England’s latest World Cup win, the Sheffield clubs varying fortunes and round up the Premier League.
Will Lee, Charles MacDonald-Jones and Ben Taylor discuss the week’s action from the Premier League and Europe, as Huddersfield Town beat Man United, Spurs thrash the Reds and many familiar faces around Europe see red on this week’s Three at the Back.
Charles MacDonald-Jones, Will Lee and Ben Taylor discuss the weekend’s Premier League action as Kevin de Bruyne runs the show for City and Crystal Palace finally score some goals.