Robert William Savage is a Welsh football pundit and former player. Savage is part of a BBC Radio 5 Live podcast called Flintoff, Savage & The Ping Pong Guy.
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The Premier League is back and Val gets her own quiz
Robbie Savage’s Premier League Breakfast
Robbie is joined by Matthew Syed from The Times and Joe Thomlinson. They debate Watford sacking Javi Gracia and if Quique Sánchez Flores will get the club out of trouble. There is more VAR controversy after it has been revealed that the video assistant referee failed to overturn four incorrect decisions this season. Former England striker Michael Owen discusses whether Sergio Aguero is under appreciated and Wolves captain Conor Coady says the squad are looking forward to their Europa League experience. Today‘s fan-off is Manchester United v Leicester City as Ashley Burns from ‘Talking Manchester United‘ podcast takes on Phil Holloway from ‘Leicester Fans TV‘.   And Robbie's mum Val is back with her three big Premier League Predictions and a surprise at the end.
If it’s good enough for Cantona, it’s good enough for us!
Robbie Savage’s Premier League Breakfast
Robbie Savage pays tribute to Eric Cantona's speech at the Uefa awards as he is joined in the studio by ESPN’s Mark Ogden and Statman Dave. They discuss the Champions League draw and preview the big game of the weekend: Arsenal vs Tottenham. Brighton boss Graham Potter discusses how he is trying to change the team's mindset this year and how he prepares to face Manchester City. Wales manager legend Ryan Giggs gives his take on Daniel James and explains how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is 'trying to change the culture' at Manchester United. Today‘s fan-off is Newcastle v Watford as Alex Hurst from 'True Faith Podcast' goes up against Mike Parkin from 'The Rookery End Podcast'. And Robbie's mum Val is back with her three big Premier League Predictions.
'One man cannot stop one football club'
Robbie Savage’s Premier League Breakfast
The England Lionesses manager Philip Neville, whose family are closely associated with Bury, says Friday is 'probably the biggest day in the story of the club'. He also tells Robbie online abuses towards footballers are getting 'out of hands' and why players should "boycott" social media. Manchester City defender Kyle Walker joins the show to talk about how the introduction of VAR in the Premier League has changed the approach to defending. John Cross from the Mirror gives a damning assessment of the current situation at Newcastle United and Joe Thomlinson is back with his football social media round up. In the fan-off it's Liverpool v Arsenal as Neil Atkinson from The Anfield Wrap goes against Troopz from AFTV. And Robbie's mother Val is back with her three big Premier League predictions.
'All the lads are dancing around'
Robbie Savage’s Premier League Breakfast
After scoring two goals in the first game of the season, Burnley striker Ashley Barnes joins Robbie and ESPN’s Mark Ogden. He tells them about his personal target for this year and how his teammates reacted to a new song about him that was released this week. Former England legend Michael Owen praises Marcus Rashford after his brace against Chelsea and Statman Dave explains which Premier League new signing is a cross between Eriksen and Modrić. In the fan-off Natalie Paweleck from Man City TV goes up against Theo Delaney from the Spurs Show. And the star of the show, Robbie's mum Val is back with her big three Premier League predictions.
'I will not do the bounce'
Robbie Savage’s Premier League Breakfast
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard joins Robbie and Henry Winter from The Times to talk about how is he preparing ahead of his debut at Old Trafford on Sunday. Manchester United legend Paul Scholes explains why he feels confident his former team will finish in the top four this season. In the fan-off Man United fan Statman Dave goes head-to-head with Stamford Chidge from the Chelsea fancast. We’ve got Joe Thomlinson back from the beach with his Social Media round up and we do our predictions for the season.
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Oct 18th, 1974
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3 days, 15 hours