October 23rd, 2015
Episode 262 of 786 episodes
Jermaine Jenas, Chris Sutton & The Times' Jonathan Northcroft join Mark Chapman ahead of Sunday's Manchester and Tyne Weir derbies. With United's style of play still drawing criticism from fans and pundits, Louis van Gaal's "headless chicken" defenders and "boring" style of play are on the agenda. Where does Wayne Rooney fit into Louis van Gaal's team? He "always leads from the front," says Chris Sutton. Is Garry Monk feeling the pressure at Swansea after a week of speculation, and is his side's game against Aston Villa a 'must-win' for Villa boss Tim Sherwood? And is Jermain Defoe suffering at Sunderland because he is a "dying breed" of footballer?
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