John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon to review the weekend games and reflect on the the life of the great Jimmy Greaves.
John Giles joins Eamon to analyse this week's ties in the Champions League semi-finals.
John Giles joins Eamon to review some of the weekend's matches.
John Giles joins Eamon to review the weekend's Premier League matches.
Richard Fitzpatrick reports from Barcelona ahead of a crucial meeting between Messi's representatives and club president Josep Bartomeu.
Richard Fitzpatrick reports from Barcelona on the developing Messi transfer saga.
Eamon is joined by John Giles and Liam Brady to discuss last week's European fixtures, including Man City's victory over Real Madrid, while looking ahead to the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon to discuss the return of Premier League football.
Miguel Delaney, chief football writer at the Independent, talks to Eamon about the details of Manchester City's suspension from the Champion's League.
John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon to discuss Manchester City's expulsion from the Champions League, Arsenal under Arteta, and the passing of a Manchester United legend.
Didi Hamann and John Giles join Eamon to salute a great Liverpool team, compare the decline of Manchester United against the promise at Arsenal and Chelsea, and discuss the potential for a Manchester City comeback next season.
Liverpool heading for greatness, Manchester City going the other way, Manchester United going nowhere.
John Giles and Eamon look back at the weekend soccer.
John Giles and Liam Brady talk to Eamon about the weekend's Premier League football.
Liam Brady and John Giles review the weekend soccer and Liam talks about the greatness of Diego Maradona.
John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon to discuss a decisive, albeit controversial, victory for the league leaders, as well as impressive performances from Leicester, Chelsea, and Manchester United.
John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon to look ahead to Liverpool vs Man City this weekend, and recap Celtic's terrific performance against Lazio in the Europa League.
Eamon reviews the weekend soccer with John Giles.
John Giles and Liam Brady argue handball rule has to change.
John Giles and Liam Brady join Eamon for a look ahead to the new football season.
John Giles and Didi Hamann assess Man City and pay tribute to Vincent Kompany.
John Giles and Liam Brady talk to Eamon about the epic struggle between Manchester City and Liverpool.
John Giles and Eamon discuss the title race and this week's Champions League matches.
Liam Brady and John Giles review the weekend's Premier League.
John and Liam review the week's Premier League games and praise Roy Keane for calling out Paul Pogba, Graeme Souness and Gary Neville.
Liam, John and Eamon review the weekend's Premier League fixtures and look ahead to the Champions League matches.
Manchester City over-rated; Pogba falls short again; V.A.R. remains controversial. Didi and John review the week's Champions League games with Eamon.
Liam Brady and John Giles on a make or break week for some of England's greatest clubs.
John Giles reviews the weekend Premier League with Eamon and says Solskjaer still has something to prove to secure the Manchester United job.
Eamon is joined by John Giles and Didi Hamann to discuss the midweek Premier League action including Liverpool's draw to Leicester, Man City's defeat to Newcastle and Chelsea being beaten 4-0 by Bournemouth.
Liam Brady joins Eamon to discuss Man City's 2-1 win over Liverpool, Arsenal's defensive issues and lots more.
John Giles and Eamon have a robust conversation about the destination of the Premiership title.
Eamon insists that Man City can't win the Champions League with their defensive frailties, but John Giles isn't convinced and thinks it's too soon to say despite their defeat in their first group game. Also, Liverpool, Man United and Ronaldo's red card.
Eamon is joined by Liam Brady and John Giles to discuss the opening weekend of the Premier League season, and it looks like Liverpool will be Man City's biggest competition when it comes to the title.
Man City face Liverpool in the Champions League tonight, looking to overturn the 3-0 deficit from the first leg. Eamon is joined by John Giles and Didi Hamann to discuss the possibility of that happening, the importance of mentality on big European nights, the players who might make the difference and more.
Eamon is joined by John Giles and Didi Hamann to discuss Liverpool's defeat to Swansea, the Alexis Sanchez move from Arsenal to Man Utd and the Gunners interest in Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and the two guests disagree with Eamon's opinion of Pep Guardiola and his Man City team.
Eamon is joined by John Giles to discuss the festive Premier League drama, including Mourinho's 'vicious' comments about Paul Scholes, Antonio Conte's uncertain Chelsea future, the return to form of Jack Wilshere, and more.
A Premier League review special with Liam Brady and John Giles.
Didi Hamann, Liam Brady and John Giles join Eamon for a round-up of the latest Premier League games and Eamon apologises to a disgruntled Spurs fan. If you have any comments for the lads, send them into firstname.lastname@example.org
Eamon is joined by Liam Brady, Didi Hamann and John Giles to look at the first Premier League weekend of the season.
Graeme Souness and John Giles join Eamon to discuss the real contenders for this year's title. Giles thinks that Guardiola's no fool, but he will have to adapt to the English game. "It's more of the same from Arsenal, they're nearly men," says Souness.
On this episode of The Stand, Eamon is joined by Liam Brady and Didi Hamann to discuss the Champions League and Europa League draws. Didi thinks Arsenal will beat Bayern Munich, while Liam says "it's a very tough draw for us". Eamon makes an early call for Player of the Year, questions whether Pep Guardiola can survive in the Premier League and he gets the inside track on Didi's Twitter tussle with Jamie Carragher.
Eamon Dunphy, John Giles and Didi Hamann on Pep Guardiola's latest Premier League test and Jürgen Klopp's Achilles' heel.