WHAT'S THE UK'S MOST PASSIONATE FOOTBALL CITY? | A Tenner Says

The UK boasts some of the most famous football citadels on earth, with the likes of Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester and London all hotbeds for the beautiful game. But which is truly the biggest - and what makes it so?

Ahead of Sunday's Manchester derby between Manchester City and Manchester United, this week's A Tenner Says panel measures the passion of the fans, the success of each city's respective clubs and the players they have produced to come to the their conclusions.

Ped of @Toffee TV : Everton Fan Channel​ and @James Redmond TV​ passionately plump for Liverpool, while @Rory Jennings​ and Flex of @The United Stand​ make their cases for London and Manchester... with a surprising conclusion!


MOURINHO, WENGER, PEP... OR KLOPP: WHO'S THE PL'S BEST EVER FOREIGN BOSS? | A Tenner Says

Foreign managers have revolutionised the Premier League over the years, with the likes of Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola winning trophies and changing the way the game is played in this country.

But which one can lay claim to being the greatest overseas boss the Premier League has ever seen? In this week's A Tenner Says, @Rory Jennings , @James Redmond TV , Flex from the @The United Stand and @Toffee TV : Everton Fan Channel debate the greats, with some pointing to struggling Spurs boss Mourinho's three Premier League titles as giving him the edge, while there are also shouts for Arsene Wenger's incredible 22-year reign at Arsenal and Guardiola's sensational Manchester City side.

Redmond even makes a case for Jurgen Klopp, pointing out the German has won both the Champions League and Premier League with Liverpool, something the others cannot boast. Who do you think is the greatest overseas boss in the history of the Premier League?


SCOUSERS AT WAR AHEAD OF MERSEYSIDE DERBY! | A Tenner Says

Ahead of this week's Merseyside Derby between Liverpool and Everton, we ask the A Tenner Says panel to name the players they hate most from their rivals but would secretly love to have at their own clubs.

And it's fair to say passions run high as Ped from @Toffee TV : Everton Fan Channel​ and Liverpool fan @James Redmond TV​ clash over 'narky' Andy Robertson and Lucas Digne, as well as Reds captain Jordan Henderson.

@Rory Jennings​ names the Spurs player he secretly admires, while Flex of @The United Stand​ reveals the Manchester City player he would dearly love at Old Trafford. Which player from your biggest rivals would you secretly like at your club?


GREALISH, STONES, SON: WHO'S BEEN THE STAR OF THE SEASON SO FAR? | A Tenner Says

In the latest episode of A Tenner Says host Rory Jennings is joined by Flex of the United Stand, Liverpool fan James Redmond and Ped of Toffee TV to debate who's lit up the Premier League season so far.

While Manchester City's John Stones, Arsenal's Bukayo Saka, Liverpool star Fabinho, Leciester's Harvey Barnes, City prodigy Phil Foden and Spurs forward Heung-Min Son all get mentions, there is only one man the panel think deserves the crown: Aston Villa's Jack Grealish.

The attacking midfielder has been in sensational form all season and is being tipped for a move to a top six club in the summer, with both James Redmond and Flex begging their clubs to land the 25-year-old's signature. Is there a club in world football Grealish wouldn't improve?


NO FANS OR BAD STANDARD: WHY IS THE LEAGUE SO OPEN? | A Tenner Says

It's the most wide open league in years, but the big question is: why?

On this week's A Tenner Says, host Rory Jennings wonders whether the lack of fans in grounds is a massive leveler and argues with Expressions Oozing, Liverpool fan James Redmond and Steven McInerney - AKA Esteemed Kompany - as to whether the current conditions mean this year's league should come with an asterisk.

Or are the wild results simply because standards have fallen from Liverpool and Manchester City's recent seasons of dominance? What do you think? Does a more open league with a lower standard make for a more exciting game? And do you reckon the league is easier to win without the difficult away days in front of a baying crowd?


ROBERTSON & TRENT ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN KANE & SON! | Spurs v Liverpool | A Tenner Says

Harry Kane and Heung Min Son have swept all before them this season, scoring and assisting at will as they aim to fire Tottenham Hotspur to glory in four competitions.

But ahead of Spurs' big Premier League clash with Liverpool on Thursday night, Reds fan James Redmond argues flying full-back partners Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson are actually a more important cog for Jurgen Klopp's team than Spurs' gilded duo are for Jose Mourinho.

Redmond is joined in the debate by Chelsea fan Rory Jennings - still reeling from the sacking of Frank Lampard - and Expressions Oozing, who both insist Kane and Son are going to end up usurping the likes of Shearer and Sutton, Yorke and Cole, Henry and Bergkamp and Lampard and Drogba as the Prem's most potent partnership.

What do you think - are Kane and Son the best strike duo in the world? And has the Premier League ever seen a better pair of full-backs than Trent and Robertson?


SHOULD CHELSEA STICK OR TWIST WITH LAMPARD? | A Tenner Says

Despite spending over £200m on a summer spending spree, Frank Lampard finds his Chelsea side languishing in seventh place in the Premier League, with dreams of a title tilt well and truly dashed and a battle royale on his hands to qualify for Europe.

In this week's A Tenner Says, the panel wonder whether Lampard is simply out of his depth at Chelsea and unable to get the best out of his star-studded squad, which features the likes of Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz.

Spurs fan @Expressions Oozing​ sticks the boot in and says Lampard is clueless, while Steven McInerney AKA @Esteemed Kompany - A Man City Fan Channel​ says only Lampard's stellar playing career in west London is keeping him in the post.

But Leicester fan @LEE CHAPPY​ joins @Rory Jennings​ in defending the former Derby County boss and they insist he needs time to bed in his new signings. Where do you stand? Is Lampard cut out to be a top level Premier League manager?


RICE TO CHELSEA? HAALAND TO CITY? WHO NEEDS WHAT IN THE TRANSFER WINDOW? | A Tenner Says

With the race for the Premier League title and top four the closest it's been in years, this January transfer window could be the difference between heartache and glory. In this week's A Tenner Says, our panelists Rory Jennings, Steve McInerney, James Redmond and Leicester fan (and Jamie Vardy lookalike) Lee Chapman discuss what their clubs needs to achieve their goals this season.

With Chelsea struggling despite seven new summer signings and Frank Lampard under pressure, Rory Jennings says West Ham United starlet Declan Rice could be the man to revitalise the Blues' title hopes, while McInerney is dreaming that Man City will sign Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

Liverpool's form has stuttered since they lost Virgil van Dijk and Redmond is convinced a centre back is all the Reds need to retain title. Who does you club need in this January transfer window?


RASHFORD, PICKFORD, BIELSA: RATING AND HATING 2020 | A Tenner Says

It's been a year like no other, so in this festive edition of A Tenner Says, we asked our panel to name their heroes and villains of 2020.

Rory Jennings, Expressions Oozing, James Redmond and Rob Mulholland was unsurprisingly in agreeance that free school meals hero and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford is their hero of the year, while Spurs and Chelsea got shout outs for helping the NHS during the pandemic.

Marcelo Bielsa and Jose Mourinho also got mentions, while in the villain category, it's fair to say Redmond was not enamoured with Jordan Pickford for his season-ending tackle on Virgil van Dijk.


IS HARRY KANE THE BEST PLAYER IN THE WORLD? | Liverpool v Spurs preview | A Tenner Says

Harry Kane is sweeping all before him in a wondrous season at table-topping Tottenham Hotspur, the England striker having redefined his game into a number 10 role and firing assists - as well as goals - left, right and centre.

And ahead of a monster second v first clash between Liverpool and Spurs at Anfield, this week's A Tenner Says panel debates the question now on everyone's lips: is Kane now the best player in the world?

With Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi not quite hitting the heights of previous seasons, Spurs fan Expressions Oozing says no one currently comes close to Kane, with the striker now moving ahead of Robert Lewandowski in the best forward ranks - and superseding everyone else too.

Surprisingly, Expressions finds support from Chelsea fan Rory Jennings but Flex of the United Stand and Liverpool fan James Redmond add another name into the mix: Sadio Mane.

And with Mane and Kane coming head-to-head on Wednesday, it's an opportunity for both players to further stake their claims to being the current best players in the world and get themselves in the Ballon D'Or picture.

What do you think? Is Harry Kane now the best player in the world? The best striker? Or is he not even the best in the Premier League, with Mane taking that mantle?


WHO MAKES THE ULTIMATE PREMIER LEAGUE FIVE-A-SIDE TEAM? | A Tenner Says

This week's A Tenner Says panel put their heads together to come up with an ultimate, all-time Premier League five-a-side team - and it's fair to say they had their share of disagreements!

Rory Jennings, Flex of The United Stand, Expressions Oozing and Leeds fan Rob Mullohand go for a keeper plus 1-1-2 formation. Will Schmeichel get the nod over Cech and Seaman?

Can modern superstar Virgil van Dijk usurp the likes of John Terry, Sol Campbell, Rio Ferdinand and Tony Adams at the back? Is it to be a shock inclusion for Yaya Toure in midfield or will Steven Gerrard get in ahead of Patrick Vieira and Frank Lampard?

And who gets in up top, with the likes of Sergio Aguero, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer and Didier Drogba all vying for a place?


BIELSA'S LEEDS WILL ALWAYS BE BIGGER THAN OIL CLUB CHELSEA! |A Tenner Says

Leeds are back in the big time under Marcelo Bielsa and play hated rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League for the first time in 14 years this weekend - and one Leeds fan is insistent that his club is, and always will be, bigger than the Blues!

Rob Mulholland gives Rory Jennings both barrels on this week's A Tenner Says, laying into 'wetwipe' Frank Lampard and 'slimy' Chelsea, who he says would be a mid-table club without Roman Abramovich's billions.

And the bitterness between the two clubs, which stemmed from some bruising encounters in the 1970's, is laid bare as Jennings calls Bielsa 'overhyped'.

With Flex from The United Stand and Liverpool Rory Jennings also weighing in on the argument, this week's debate is not to be missed! Who do you think is the bigger club and who are the teams you hate most aside from your local rivals?


EXPRESSIONS AND RORY CLASH OVER CHELSEA SPURS COMBINED XI! | A Tenner Says

Ahead of a monster top-of-the-table Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur fans Rory Jennings and Expressions Oozing light the fire with A Tenner Says debate over the high-flying teams' combined starting XI.

With both London clubs defying expectations with stunning starts to the season, our fans face a tough call to agree on the best XI: will it be Chilwell or Reguilon left-back? N'Dombele or Kante in midfield?

Will Timo Werner find a place in the attack along with Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane? Table-topping Spurs go into the Battle of the Bridge on cloud nine after a superb 2-0 win over Pep Guardiola's Manchester City - will Jose Mourinho get one over another of his rivals, Blues' boss Frank Lampard, who enjoyed such a stellar playing career under the Portuguese.

Who would you put in a combined Chelsea and Spurs XI and who do you think wins the big clash at the weekend?


MCINERNEY LOSES IT AFTER EXPRESSIONS CALLS PEP A FAILURE! | A Tenner Says

Tottenham Hotspur fan Expressions Oozing and Manchester City supporter Esteemed Kompany - AKA Steven McInerney - squared-off as tempers boiled over during a debate around Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola.

Ahead of the massive Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City Premier League fixture this weekend, the A Tenner Says panel debated Mourinho and Guardiola and which of the two will leave the Premier League with the greater legacy.

Perhaps surprisingly, Chelsea fan Rory Jennings and Flex of The United Stand agreed with Expressions that Mourinho's achievements are more impressive than his rival's as the Portuguese has won silverware with the likes of Porto and Inter, compared to Guardiola who was perceived by the panel to have only ever taken top jobs with pots of money and who has 'failed' at City due to his poor Champions League record.

This provoked a furious response from McInerney, who argued Guardiola has not only won trophies but also changed the way football is played.


PETTY SOUTHGATE IS WASTING ENGLAND'S GOLDEN GENERATION! A Tenner Says

England are back in action this week with a friendly against Ireland and a Nations League clash with Belgium, with this week's A Tenner Says panel seriously considering whether manager Gareth Southgate's time at the helm has run its course.

Rory Jennings, formerly of Blues Fans TV, Steven McInerney - AKA Esteemed Kompany, Flex of The United Stand and Liverpool fan James Redmond are fuming at Southgate's treatment of Aston Villa's 'mercurial' and 'generational' talent, Jack Grealish, accusing Southgate of being petty in not picking the playmaker and expressing fears he won't be on the plane to Euro 2021.

Southgate is also accused of mismanaging the fallout of the Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden affair and they fear the manager is wasting what they see as another England Golden Generation.

Jennings and Redmond go one step and further and suggest Southgate should go now - with Arsene Wenger taking the reins!


CAN SPURS REALLY WIN THE PREMIER LEAGUE? | A Tenner Says

It's been a wild start to the Premier League season, with the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City and Everton all giving their supporters reason to dream of a stunning title win.

With Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all stuttering and Liverpool, despite returning to the top of the table, looking less than convincing following an injury to Virgil van Dijk, this week's A Tenner Says panel give their verdict on whether the surprise packages can last the course.

With Expressions Oozing convinced Spurs signings Gareth Bale, Sergio Reguilon and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg can propel his team to the title, the likes of Steven McInerney - AKA Esteemed Kompany - Rory Jennings and James Redmond have a sneaking suspicion the status quo will be maintained come the end of the season.

Who do you think will end up tasting Premier League title glory this season?


MAD RULES, PPV, VAR: THE GAME'S OFFICIALY GONE! | A Tenner Says

This week's A Tenner Says panel are in combative mood as they lambast the authorities for killing football.

Ridiculous handball rules, VAR hell, the Pay Per View con and dwindling standards of players are all in the panel's crosshairs, as they lament what the Beautiful Game has become.

Flex of the United Stand says modern day players couldn't lay a glove on 1990's stars such as Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira, while Rory Jennings and AFTV star Troopz say VAR has destroyed the adrenaline rush of celebrating a goal.

And with fans currently not in stadiums due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the panel is depressed about what the future holds for the game we love. What do you think: is football dying? Was it better in the 1990's and 2000's? Or are the panel overreacting?


WOULD POCHETTINO ACTUALLY IMPROVE MANCHESTER UNITED? | A Tenner Says

Manchester United's fanbase is split over the future of club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with many wanting to see former Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino take over.

But in a lively A Tenner Says debate with Rory Jennings, Toffees TV presenter Peter McPartland and Liverpool fan James Redmond, United Stand presenter Flex argues that Pochettino is NOT an upgrade on the Norwegian due to the Argentine's lack of silverware.

And after United's stunning Champions League win against Paris St Germain, is it time Solskjaer started getting more credit for the job he's done with the Old Trafford giant?

Flex says anyone taking over at United without silverware to their name can ONLY be a club legend like Solskjaer - and Pochettino doesn't fit the bill.

With Chelsea visiting United this weekend with another club legend, Frank Lampard, in charge, the panel argue on whether sentiment is a good thing in football and whether club legends get more of a free ride than 'outsiders'.


WHAT DO YOU HATE ABOUT YOUR RIVALS? | A Tenner Says

What is it you hate about your rivals? Their arrogance? Cockiness? Delusions of grandeur?

Ahead of this weekend's Merseyside Derby, a fired up A Tenner Says panel pulled no punches as they described exactly what it is that winds them up about their most hated rivals, with Everton fan and Toffee TV presenter Peter McPartland and Liverpool supporter James Redmond tearing strips off each other.

And with AFTV star Troopz and Chelsea fan Rory Jennings both laying into Spurs, this week's episode is not one to miss!


IS GARETH BALE STILL WORLD CLASS? | A Tenner Says

Tottenham Hotspur have re-signed Gareth Bale for shirt sales and the former Real Madrid forward is no longer world class. That's the explosive view of Troopz, as the Arsenal Fan TV star returns to the A Tenner Says panel with a bang!

In a fiery debate over the Welshman's triumphant transfer window return to Spurs, Troopz says injury-prone Bale's best days are behind him and doubts whether he'll propel Spurs to silverware, as some have been suggesting following the Lillywhites' stunning 6-1 victory over Manchester United.

Rory Jennings of Blues Fans TV adds his own skepticism to the mix by saying Bale has shown a lack of ambition with the move, but The United Stand's Flex says Bale, Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son can form one of the deadliest forward lines in Europe.

What do you think: will Bale prove a success in his second coming at Spurs?


EXPRESSIONS & FLEX CLASH OVER MOU AND OLE | UNITED V SPURS PREVIEW | A Tenner Says

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur face off in a massive Premier League match on Super Sunday, with both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Jose Mourinho facing questions over their long-term futures.

On this week's A Tenner Says, Spurs fan Expressions Oozing and The United Stand's Flex clash over whether the bosses are the right fit for their respective clubs.

Flex says Solskjaer has done the best rebuilding job at the club since United legend Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, but admits he's not convinced the Norwegian is the right man to take United to the next level.

But Flex does think Ole will outlast Mourinho, believing it'll be 'easier' for the north Londoners to part ways with the famously explosive Portuguese.

Expressions insists serial trophy winner Mourinho is being 'disrespected' and is confident he can bring silverware to White Hart Lane.

Both Chelsea fan and Blues Fans TV presenter Rory Jennings and Steven McInerney, aka Esteemed Kompany, both think Mourinho’s head could be on the chopping block soon, unless he can improve results fast.


HENDERSON OR MAGUIRE - WHO’S THE MOST OVERRATED PREMIER LEAGUE PLAYER? | A Tenner Says

The A Tenner Says panel is back to discuss the most overrated players in the Premier League.

Lots of Gareth Southgate’s current England team get a mention – Everton and England number one Jordan Pickford, Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish, West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, Man United captain Harry Maguire, Liverpool’s Premier League winning captain Jordan Henderson and Leicester maestro James Maddison all considered by some as overrated – but who did the panel agree on…

Manchester United fan and United Stand presenter Flex thinks West Ham youngster Declan Rice is a candidate but Blues Fans TV star Rory Jennings thinks the opposite and considers the Chelsea transfer target to be underrated.

Tottenham fan Expressions Oozing thinks Maguire is over-hyped and describes him as a “fridge” at the back.

Liverpool fan James Redmond defends Jordan Henderson and doesn’t think he deserves the ‘overrated’ tag some people have given him and he thinks Everton’s Jordan Pickford is the biggest fraud in the Premier League.

Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish and Leicester’s James Maddison also get strong mentions.


WHO HAS HAD THE BEST TRANSFER WINDOW SO FAR? | A Tenner Says

The A Tenner Says panel is back to discuss the transfer window and who has been the signing of the summer so far. With Chelsea splashing the cash on the likes of Werner, Havertz and Thiago Silva, Blues Fans TV star Rory Jennings is convinced the west London club has assembled a Premier League title-winning squad.

But with Arsenal making some shrewd defensive acquisitions, as well as adding winger Willian to their ranks, Tottenham fan Expressions Oozing is concerned the Gunners are on the up.

With Gareth Bale seemingly on the brink of a stunning move back to Spurs, as well as Real Madrid left back Sergio Reguilon, the Lilywhites could yet have an incredible window as they look to get back into the Champions League.

Liverpool fan James Redmond insists the Reds' lack of activity in the market won't count against their title defence, while Steven McInerney - AKA Esteemed Kompany - remains confident in Manchester City's ability to attract the world's best.

The panel also name their signing of the summer, with a couple of shouts for Manchester United's Donny van de Beek.


CAN BIG-SPENDING LAMPARD HANDLE TITLE PRESSURE? | A Tenner Says

The 2020/21 Premier League season is upon us - and so is a brand new series of A Tenner Says!

All your favourite names are back in the debating chair, with Flex from the United Stand, Esteemed Kompany - AKA Steven McInerney - Rory Jennings of Blues Fans TV and Liverpool fan James Redmond from The Redmen TV going head-to-head over their teams' Premier League title chances.

Rory is backing Frank Lampard to handle the pressure of the Blues' spending spree, which has seen the west London club recruit a string of big names, including Kai Havertz, Timo Warner and Ben Chilwell, and believes his team can finish above Manchester City, or even win the title.

McInerney is confident Pep can get a reaction from last season and finish a lot closer to the Reds, while Redmond is confident his club's quiet transfer window won't stop them retaining the title.

There are also shouts for Arsenal to finish in the top four, calls for Manchester United to make more signings and Spurs to flop under Jose Mourinho.


KANE, AGUERO OR AUBAMEYANG: WHO'S THE BEST PREMIER LEAGUE STRIKER? | A Tenner Says

They scored 56 goals between them in yet another prolific Premier League season, but which centre forward can currently be considered the best in the league: Sergio Aguero, Harry Kane or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang?

That's this week's debate on A Tenner Says, as Robbie Lyle from AFTV, Flex from the United Stand, Rory Jennings from Blues Fans TV and Steven McInerney - AKA Esteemed Kompany - go head-to-head once again.

Is Jennings talking rubbish when he dismisses the claims of Spurs legend Kane? Is Lyle right in saying no one compares to Arsenal talisman Aubameyang?

And should the likes of Premier League top scorer Jamie Vardy and Southampton's Danny Ings be part of the conversation, not to mention wide forwards such as Raheem Sterling, Mo Salah and Sadio Mane?


WHO WILL GET TOP FOUR NEXT SEASON? | A Tenner Says

With Arsenal having lifted the FA Cup by beating Chelsea in the final, Robbie Lyle from AFTV is now convinced the Gunners can mount a serious challenge to finish in the top four of the Premier League next season and qualify for the Champions League - but the rest of this week's A Tenner Says panel aren't so sure.

Rory Jennnings from Blues Fans TV says Chelsea will bounce back from the Cup Final defeat to challenge for the league title, while Flex of The United Stand and Esteemed Kompany - AKA Steven McInerney - also weigh in with their views on their respective clubs' chances of success next season and discuss whether Liverpool will retain their title.


GREENWOOD, FODEN, SAKA: WHO'S THE BEST PL YOUNGSTER? | A Tenner Says

A host of young players have lit up the Premier League this season - but who has been the best and who is set to rule next term?

Robbie Lyle from AFTV makes the case for Arsenal sensation Bukayo Saka, while Esteemed Kompany - AKA Steven McInerney - has no doubt it's Phil Foden, who he backs to take the mantle of David Silva next season and bag 20 Premier League goals for Manchester City.

Flex from the United Stand can't look beyond Mason Greenwood of Manchester United, while Rory Jennings from Blues Fans TV tries - and fails - to put up Christian Pulisic of Chelsea.

With Jadon Sancho set to return to the Premier League from Borussia Dortmund, the panel are excited about the new season and also discuss the England team's prospects with such a big crop of youngsters coming through, while also debating which youngster has disappointed most.


DOES JORDAN HENDERSON DESERVE PFA PLAYER OF THE YEAR? | A Tenner Says | 888sport

Should Jordan Henderson be crowned the PFA Player of the Year for the 2019/2020 Premier League season?

The Liverpool captain has led his team to a magnificent Premier League triumph but that isn't enough to convince the doubters on our latest A Tenner Says debate, with Robbie Lyle from AFTV, Flex of The United Stand and Esteemed Kompany - AKA Steven McInerney - all mocking the idea of the midfielder being the best player in the country.

But, in a fiery debate, Henderson found a fan in Blues Fan TV star Rory Jennings, who insists Henderson's achievements this season warrant him winning the award over the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Sadio Mane and Virgil Van Dijk.


TROOPZ & EXPRESSIONS REVEAL THEIR MOST HATED PL PLAYERS | A Tenner Says | 888sport

Which Premier League players, past and present, do you hate the most and why?

Troopz of AFTV, Expressions Ooozing, Rory Jennings of Blues Fan TV and The Kop TV's Alex Gildea Trott reveal the players they despise the most, with mentions in there for Sol Campbell, whio famously left Tottenham Hostpur for Arsenal on a free transfer, Ashley Cole, who left the Gunners for Chelsea and Jose Mourinho and current players including Diego Costa and Cesar Azpilicueta.


SPURS V ARSENAL: EXPRESSIONS & TROOPZ ARGUE OVER WHO'S WORSE! A Tenner Says | 888sport

Both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have had shocking seasons and face an uphill battle to qualify for the top four.

Ahead of the North London Derby this weekend, Expressions Oozing and Troopz of AFTV clash over both clubs' long-term prospects and chances of qualifying for the Champions League, both this and next season.

With Spurs showing little sign of improvement under Jose Mourinho and Arsenal still wildy inconsistent in the hands of Mikel Arteta, both Troopz and Expressions are downbeat on their clubs' chances of ever winning the Premier League.


IS JURGEN KLOPP NOW THE BEST MANAGER IN THE WORLD? | A Tenner Says | 888sport

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are the Premier League champions and now hold the Premier League, World Club Cup and Champions League titles.

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City may have thrashed the champions 4-0 in the Premier League at the Etihad Stadium on Thursday, but Liverpool's domination of this season begs the question: has Klopp overtaken Guardiola as the best manager in the world?

Liverpool fan Craig Houlden (Anfield Agenda) and Man City's Steven McInerney (Esteemed Kompany) argue over just that in the latest episode of A Tenner Says.


TROOPZ & CO SMACK DOWN LIVERPOOL FAN'S 'BEST EVER' TITLE BOAST | A Tenner Says | 888sport

Liverpool have romped to the title - but where do they stand in the debate over the Premier League's best-ever side?

Troopz of AFTV, Expressions Oozing and Blues Fan TV man Rory Jennings discuss the Reds' title win with The Kop TV's Alex Gildea-Trott, with Troopz raging at claims Liverpool have overtaken Arsenal's Invincibles.

And what about Manchester United's treble winners, City's Centurions or Jose Mourinho's great Chelsea team? Who do you think is the best Premier League team in history?


TROOPZ, EXPRESSIONS BACK KEANE OVER DE GEA TIRADE | A Tenner Says | 888sport

Troopz, Expressions, Rory Jennings and Liverpool fan Alex Gildea-Trott debate whether Roy Keane went too far in his shocking half-time tirade against David De Gea and Harry Maguire.

The Irishman let rip at the Manchester United duo, saying he’d throw punches at De Gea and suggesting he should get a taxi back to Manchester, while labeling Maguire ‘shocking’.

It’s got the football world asking whether United legend Keane is just playing up to the Sky Sports cameras or if he really is raging and just showing passion for his former team.

AFTV’s Troopz, Expressions Oozing, Jennings and Alex of The Kop TV debate whether they love or hate the firebrand Irish legend.


TROOPZ, GOLDBRIDGE & EXPRESSIONS DEBATE COMBINED ENG XI | A Tenner Says: Euro ‘96 Rewind | 888sport

Do you pick Kane, Shearer or both? Where do Henderson and Alexander-Arnold fit in? Do ANY of the current England squad get in a combined XI with the Euro ’96 team?

These are the questions for Expressions Oozing, Troopz of AFTV, Mark Goldbridge of the United Stand and Steven McInerney of Esteemed Kompany as the four go head-to-head and try to pick a joint team.


TROOPZ TROLLS EXPRESSIONS OVER ENGLAND DEFEAT! | A Tenner Says: Euro ’96 Rewind | 888sport

Troopz, Expresssions Oozing, Mark Goldbridge and Rory Jennings re-watched England’s heartbreaking penalty shootout defeat to Germany at Euro ’96 – then got into a blazing row about the current England side.

Arsenal fan and AFTV Troopz mocked Spurs fan Expressions over the ‘bottlejob’ Tottenham players in the World Cup 2018 squad, which he said gave the Three Lions no chance of getting past Croatia in the semi-finals.

The jibe came as the boys joined Goldbridge of The United Stand and Jennings of Blues Fans TV to recall their most painful England defeats and whether losing with country is worse than losing with club.

  • 00:25 Post-match penalty shootout heartbreak
  • 02:30 Where does this rank in England's devastating defeats?
  • 02:55 Expressions jibes Goldbridge over his age
  • 03:57 Troopz: 'This was as low as Ronaldo getting Rooney sent off'
  • 05:19 Was defeat to Croatia at 2018 World Cup worse?
  • 06:07 Rory Jennings: "England won't win a trophy under Gareth Southgate"
  • 06:50 Troopz: "Most of the team was Tottenham, we've seen how they bottle it."
  • 08:14 Club misery or country misery - what is worse?
  • 09:43 - 'Arsenal losing turns me suicidal, England can't make me cry'

What was the most painful England defeat of your lifetime and do you care more about your club losing?


TROOPZ: ENGLAND EURO'96 TEAM IS REAL GOLDEN GENERATION! | A Tenner Says: Euro 96 Rewind | 888sport

Troopz of AFTV re-watched England annihilate the Netherlands 4-1 at Euro ’96 and declared that team was the REAL 'Golden Generation', not the era Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, David Beckham, Michael Owen and Paul Scholes.

And Troopz was backed by Rory Jennings and Blues Fans TV and Steven McInerney of Esteemed Kompany, who both agreed the Euro’96 side was better than the World Cup 2018 semi-finalists and the teams that went to the World Cup 2002, Euro 2004 and World Cup 2006 under Sven Goran Eriksson.

And what of the performance against the Netherlands itself? Was it the best of the modern era, or does Germany 1-5 England in Munich 2001 shade it?


GAZZA COULD HAVE BEEN ENGLAND’S MESSI | A Tenner Says: Euro 96 Rewind | 888sport

Mark Goldbridge of the United Stand, Expressions Oozing, Rory Jennings of Blues Fan TV and Steven McInerney of Esteemed Kompany watchalong ITV’s Euro ‘96 Relived and marvel at Paul Gascoigne’s stunning strike that gave England the points in the England v Scotland group game at Wembley.

And the boys come to one conclusion: Gazza was The Three Lions’ greatest ever midfielder, comparing him to Zinedine Zidane and Lionel Messi.

Goldbridge, Expressions, Jennings and McInerney say Gascoigne was streets ahead of any other England midfielder, including the likes of Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes and Frank Lampard, and say he would walk into any club team today, with Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool named as the team that would have got the best out of the former Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United and Lazio player.

Current players like Harry Winks, Jordan Henderson and Declan Rice simply don’t even come close.

They speculate as to whether modern midfielders are too functional today, citing Liverpool’s central trio as lacking in flair and the only comparable modern player to Gascoigne is Manchester United’s Paul Pogba and ex Spurs man Moussa Dembele.


GOLDBRIDGE DEBATES SCRAPPING SEASON WITH HATED RIVALS LIVERPOOL & LEEDS

With the dust starting to settle on the suspension to the Premier League, rival fans Mark Goldbridge (United Stand TV), Mo Stewart (The Anfield Wrap) and Conor McGilligan (All Leeds TV) face off to debate what happens next, and what it means for all the clubs involved.

With Liverpool and Leeds United both sitting top of the Premier League and Championship respectively, our A Tenner Says panel debate and discuss who would be hit hardest should the season be cancelled completely - and what the fairest option would be. Liverpool haven't won the top division since 1990 - and have yet to win the title in the Premier League era.

With Jurgen Klopp's men so far ahead at the top of the table, it would be a cruel twist of fate to deny them now. Leeds too have had to endure a long wait - despite a number of near misses, they haven't returned to the Premier League since relegation in 2004.

Mo and Conor are joined by Mark Goldbridge - representing Manchester United, who are surely reveling in their hated rivals misery. The trio discuss which of the teams would be hit hardest by the season being cancelled, and what should happen next to the season.


TROOPZ, EXPRESSIONS, ANFIELD WRAP & JENNINGS - CANCEL THE PREMIER LEAGUE? | A Tenner Says

With the Premier League one month into being suspended and no end in sight, Arsenal Fan TV's Troopz, Tottenham fan Expressions Oozing, Mo Stewart from the Anfield Wrap and Chelsea fan Rory Jennings debate what should happen next.

Should the Premier League scrap the season and deny Liverpool being crowned Premier League champions or should they suspend it indefinitely or play it behind closed doors once the UK government has lifted restrictions.

With Liverpool on the brink of the title, Jurgen Klopp's men will surely want the chance to get back out on the pitch so they can claim their first ever Premier League trophy - and what about the battle for the Champions League spots, with Sheffield United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal or vying to get into the top four.

Troopz and Expressions also face-off over the futures of Harry Kane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with both players tipped to move on the Manchester United and Barcelona respectively.


NO KANE! TROOPZ & EXPRESSIONS CLASH OVER ALL-TIME ENGLAND XI | A Tenner Says

Who goes in your all-time England XI? This week, in what would have been the international break, it all kicks off between Troopz and Expressions as they clash over Harry Kane, Tony Adams and more!

Picking an England all-time XI is always full of controversy, but neither record-goalscorer Wayne Rooney or World Cup winner Bobby Charlton gets in their final XI, while they engage in a fiery debatre over the likes of Alan Shearer, Paul Scholes, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and more.

Harry Kane and England were meant to be on international break right now building up to Euro 2020 but Coronavirus Covid-19 has put a stop to that with football suspended and the country on lockdown.

Fans Troopz of AFTV, Tottenham Hotspur fan Expressions Oozing and Jamie Vardy lookalike Lee Chappy (Leicester) discuss their all-time England XI.

The strikers cause the biggest arguments as Harry Kane, Alan Shearer, Gary Lineker and even Jamie Vardy are debated to play up-front for England but there is also a lot of debate over the midfielders with Lampard, Gerrard and Scholes all in the mix…


EXPRESSIONS SLAPS DOWN TROOPZ OVER MOURINHO JIBES | A Tenner Says | 888sport

Jose Mourinho: genius or yesterday's man? AFTV's Troopz, Blues Fan TV star Rory Jennings and fan rant legend Andy Tate battle it out with Expressions Ooozing on one of football's most divisive personalities.

Is Mourinho finished at the highest level? Jose Mourinho has divided opinion throughout his managerial career - and after Chelsea and Manchester United, he is now at Tottenham Hotspur.

Ahead of this weekend's clash between his former club Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur we asked fans representing Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea to determine whether Jose Mourinho is finished.

Spurs fan Expressions is backing "Trophe Mourinho", but Chelsea fan Rory Jennings, Manchester United fan Andy Tate and Arsenal fan and AFTV's Troopz are in no doubt he is not the special one anymore - do you think he is still a world-class manager?


TROOPZ & ANDY TATE MOCK MANCHESTER DERBY, CITY FAN FUMES! BIGGEST DERBIES: A Tenner Says | 888sport

There's nothing that excites fans like a good old-fashioned derby - but which is the best in the Premier League? Fans representing Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City fight out out to determine what is the biggest PL derby.

Arsenal fan Troopz is in no doubt - the North London derby pitting the Gunners against hated rivals Tottenham is the best of the bunch. From winning the league at White Hart Lane, to taking captain Sol Campbell, Arsenal have had the upper hand over Spurs in recent years, but is the tide starting to turn?

Steven McInerney, from Man City blog Esteemed Kompany, used to get it in the neck at school, but after City's recent successes under Pep Guardiola, is starting to bite back. With the balance of power now firmly blue, he's sure that the Manchester derby is the greatest.

There are split loyalties for Man United fanatic Andy Tate - while Liverpool are the game he looks forward to the most, he just can't help loving putting "little Citeh" back in their place. While things have turned sour after Sir Alex Ferguson was replaced by Moyseh, Andy has the unique position of having two big derbies to get behind.

Craig Houlden from Liverpool site Anfield Agenda also has two derbies in the fixture list - with the Merseyside derby against Everton a firm favourite. Divock Origi's late winner in 2018 will live long in the memory, as does the Toffees failure to win at Anfield in almost two decades.

Are our panel right - are these the biggest derbies in the Premier League, or do others go close? Crystal Palace's A23 rivalry with Brighton, for example, or other London clashes between Chelsea and West Ham?

Or outside of the current Premier League clashes - what about the likes of Portsmouth v Southampton, Birmingham v Aston Villa, or Newcastle v Sunderland? Or even the Old Firm between Celtic and Rangers?


TROOPZ V EXPRESSIONS V JENNINGS: WHO’S THE BIGGEST CLUB IN LONDON? A Tenner Says | 888sport

It’s the age-old question that has divided fans for years – who is the biggest club in London? Supporters from Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham go head-to-head to battle it out in the latest episode of 888sport’s A Tenner Says.

Arsenal fan Troopz is backing the Gunners – pointing to their Invincibles season in 2004/05, as well as periods of greatness under both Herbert Chapman and Arsene Wenger.

Rory Jennings, representing Chelsea, argues the Blues’ Champions League triumph in 2012 has shifted the balance of power to Stamford Bridge – as does the continued success since Roman Abramovich took ownership of the club.

Tottenham supporter Expressions thinks Spurs’ rich history under Danny Blanchflower makes them London’s biggest – and the fact they have the biggest stadium, and Jose Mourinho in charge means they will dominate the capital for years to come.

The trio discuss the history as well as how the rivalries will develop in future - will it be Mikel Arteta, Frank Lampard or Mourinho who leads the biggest team in London over the coming years?


PREMIER LEAGUE FLOPS OF THE SEASON | A Tenner Says | 888sport

Harry Maguire cost Manchester United £80m in the summer – but is he the most expensive flop in the Premier League?

The former Leicester man has hardly set the world alight since arriving at Old Trafford – and our A Tenner Says panel think he is the most OVERRATED player in the PL!

Fans Andy Tate (Manchester United), Lee Chappy (Leicester), Anfield Agenda (Liverpool) and Steven McInerney (Manchester City) discuss frauds, phonies, and players who are overhyped – with Harry Kane’s name also cropping up too.


FANS UNITE: SCRAP BROKEN VAR NOW! A Tenner Says | 888sport

VAR has been the biggest talking point of the Premier League season - and our A Tenner Says panel have pulled no punches when discussing the controversial new addition.

Fans Steven McInerney (Esteemed Kompany) from Manchester City, Rory Jennings (CFC Fan TV) from Chelsea, Lee Chapman (Football Fan Cast) from Leicester and Craig Houlden (Anfield Agenda) from Liverpool debate all things VAR - and decide what changes can be made, or if it should be scrapped completely.

Introduced at the start of the 2019/20 season, VAR has been met with widespread criticism from fans, players and managers alike - with seemingly nobody happy with the changes that have been made.

From armpits being adjudged offside to dodgy penalties being given, fans across the country have been vocal in their opposition to VAR - and our A Tenner Says panel is no different.

With VAR seemingly here to stay, are there any changes that can be made to improve it going forwards - or should it just be cancelled, for the good of football itself?! A Tenner Says is a series that brings together fans from across the country to debate the topics that matter in the world of football - check out the full series now!


Arsenal INVINCIBLES vs Pep's CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING CITY - Who Wins? | A Tenner Says

Arsenal’s Invincible team from the 2003/04 season and Man City’s all-conquering title winners from the past two campaigns – two of the greatest teams in English football history. But which is better?

Arsene Wenger achieved something plenty thought was impossible – leading a team through a 38-game league season without tasting defeat once.

His Arsenal side swept all before them, with the likes of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and Robert Pires putting the Gunners into the hall-of-fame as one of the best teams in history.

Pep Guardiola may not have led Manchester City to an unbeaten season, but he got pretty close. In 2017/18, he broke a number of Premier League records as City finished on a remarkable 100 points, and followed that up the season after by retaining the title with 98 points.

The likes of Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva and Sergio Aguero are certain to be spoken about for decades to come. But which of those two great sides was better?

To decide, 888sport invited fans Hugh Wizzy and Steven McInerney (Esteemed Kompany) to battle it out – both making the case for their respective clubs. Who would win in a fantasy game between the two, who was the better manager, and which of Henry or Aguero would they want up front?


Would You Rather Win The Premier League Or The Champions League? | A Tenner Says

Choosing between the Premier League and the Champions League is one of the hardest decisions for fans – and our #ATennerSays panel is no different.

Fans Tayo of Liverpool, Rants n Bants of Manchester United, Rory Jennings from Chelsea and Tottenham's Expressions, our panel come together to debate the big question – would you prefer domestic or European success?

Winning a 38-game Premier League is the ultimate test to determine which club is best over a season, but does it compare to coming out on top over the cream of the continent?

Liverpool may have won the Champions League last season, but would Tayo prefer to swap it for the Premier League trophy that the Reds have never got their hands on?

He joins Rants N Bants, Expressions and Rory Jennings to discuss on the latest episode of #ATennerSays.


England Won't Win Euro 2020 With Southgate In Charge! | A Tenner Says

Gareth Southgate could be regarded as England’s best manger of the modern era. He has managed 35 England matches with 22 wins, alongside a World Cup semi final being the pinnacle of Southgate’s reign so far.

However, is that enough to keep him at the job? We asked our panellists Rants & Rory whether they felt Southgate had done enough, or whether he and his waistcoat should be shown the door.

Does he need to be let go as soon as possible or does he deserve more time to develop up and coming players? Are there other managers who could do a better job? Or is Southgate the man to take Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and the rest to Euro 2020 glory?


Should Diving Warrant A Red Card? | A Tenner Says

Diving is one of the most contentious issues in the Premier League and we asked a panel of football fans what they would do to rid it from the beautiful game.

Last season, Arsenal and Tottenham had the most players booked for simulation with the likes of Mesut Ozil and Dele Alli two of the main culprits in their respective sides, whilst Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha and Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish have also got a reputation for going down too easily.

But do fans of Spurs, Arsenal, Crystal Palace or Aston Villa think diving should warrant a straight red card? Or could a sin bin system could work in football like it does in rugby?

What about if it was the last minute, you’re drawing against your arch rival, and your player dives to win a pen – would that change your view? Let us know what you think in the comments below. Do you think diving should warrant a red card?


Who Makes The Manchester United vs Liverpool All-Time Premier League XI | A Tenner Says

Two of English football’s fiercest rivals are Liverpool and Manchester United and we got two fans to pick a combined XI from the Premier League era.

Salah over Van Nistelrooy? Alonso for Scholes? Mane better than Giggs? A lot of contentious decisions but who makes your Man United and Liverpool combined Premier League era XI?


Should The FA Cup Winners Get A Champions League Place? | A Tenner Says

Fans from Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton and Wolves discussed the Champions League and the FA Cup.

The FA Cup is a competition that is being more undervalued each season and our panel queried if it would be more prestigious if the winner would get a Champions League spot.

They also pondered the idea of a play-off between the FA Cup winners and the fourth placed team in the Premier League for the final Champions League spot – would that improve the football season?

A final discussion point looked at what would they rather – qualifying for the Champions League or the glory of lifting the FA Cup.


Lampard Was Gerrard's Equal At EVERYTHING | Chelsea vs Liverpool | A Tenner Says

Our Chelsea and Liverpool fan stars Rory and Tayo come in to discuss the age old debate ahead of the big Premier League clash this weekend: who was better - Frank Lampard or Steven Gerrard?

With many fans insisting Gerrard was the superior all round player, Rory roars back to argue Lampard was as good, if not better, than the Socuse legend in EVERY AREA!


England Need BIG Changes To Be Euro 2020 Contenders | A Tenner Says

As England get ready for the first international break of the season, our fan panel discuss the Three Lions - and what they need to do to land Euro 2020 glory next summer.

Should Gareth Southgate go with Jordan Henderson or Harry Winks in midfield? Is Harry Kane or Raheem Sterling England's talisman? Is Jordan Pickford good enough to be the number one?

Tayo B, Expressions, Steven McInerney and Adam Partington go head-to-head over the Three Lions' chances!


Pundits' Liverpool Bias Is Sickening! | A Tenner Says

Pundits often split opinion and our panel of fans got together to discuss the current crop of pundits. Are too many ex-Liverpool? Is Michael Owen as bad as he seems? Is Gary Neville the best pundit out there? Who's good, who's bad, and who's biased?

We asked our panel of Hugh Wizzy (Arsenal), Expressions (Tottenham), Rants N Bants (Manchester United), and That Guy Tayo B (Liverpool) to discuss the current crop of pundits on Sky Sports, BT Sport and BBC.


No One Can Stop City And Lamps Is Getting Fired! Premier League Preview 2019/20 | A Tenner Says

Ahead of the new Premier League season, our panel of fans from last season’s top four face off to discuss the new campaign.

Can Man City retain the title? Did Liverpool’s best chance of the crown come and go last season? Will Frank Lampard be a success at Chelsea? Are Newcastle set for the drop? And who will be the season’s surprise package?

They discuss all this and more ahead of this weekend’s big kick-off.


Champions League Miracles: Unitd '99 Or Liverpool '05? | A Tenner Says

United in ’99 or Liverpool ’05 – which was the greatest Champions League final comeback? Anfield Agenda and Adam McKola debate the Champions League final.


Guardiola vs Klopp vs Pochettino vs Solskjaer - Who's The Best Manager? | A Tenner Says

Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Mauricio Pochettino or Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Who's the best manager in the Premier League?

Steven McInerney, Anfield Agenda, Expressions and Adam McKola go head-to-head in the latest episode of A Tenner Says.


Sterling vs Van Dijk: Who Deserves PFA Gong? | A Tenner Says

Virgil Van Dijk or Raheem Sterling – who gets your vote for PFA Player of the Year? Anfield Agenda and Steven McInerney go head-to-head in the latest episode of A Tenner Says.


The reason why EVERYONE hates Liverpool! | A Tenner Says

A Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur fan tell a passionate Liverpool supporter why they don’t want the Reds to win the league.


Pep has been spoon-fed success! Chelsea v Manchester City | A Tenner Says

Ahead of the Carabao Cup final, superfans NiNiiFC of Blues Lions TV and Steven Mcinerney of Esteemed Kompany go head-to-head about Pep Guardiola, Sarri, and who would win in a match between Mourinho's 04/05 Chelsea side and Pep's current squad. Who do you think comes on top in the debate?


 



Farrell will shrink - Dan Biggar is BETTER! Wales v England | A Tenner Says

The Six Nations is back this weekend as Wales take on England at the Principality Stadium and we're warming up for a titanic clash by bringing superfans John Beardmore and Ali Stokes together to debate the big issues around the crunch match.

Is Dan Biggar better than Owen Farrell? Is Warren Gatland more tactically astute than Eddie Jones? Check out the debate and comment below! Who are you backing to win?

 


Sexton and Ireland are busted flushes! Scotland v Ireland | A Tenner Says

Have Ireland and talisman Jonny Sexton been found out after England's stunning win in Dublin? Scotland fan John Anderson says so and is backing his side to pile on the misery for the Irish in Saturday's clash at Murrayfield. Who are you backing to win?


England face a rude awakening in Dublin! Ireland v England | A Tenner Says

Rugby fans Ali Stokes and Darren Cleary go head-to-head as Ireland prepare to host England in Dublin in the Six Nations. Who's your money going on?


Spurs aren't contenders - and NEVER will be! Chelsea v Spurs | A Tenner Says

Chelsea Fan TV's Rory Jennings and Spurs' Expressions trade barbs ahead of the sides' massive League Cup semi-final, with Jennings insisting the Blues will maintain their dominant trophy record of their north London rivals for years to come. Who do you think will have more success in the next five years?


Istanbul was a FLUKE - the Invincibles can never be beaten | Liverpool v Arsenal | A Tenner Says

Liverpool and Arsenal superfans Grizz Khan and Cheeky Sport Joel face-off ahead of the Christmas clash at Anfield, and get into a rather heated debate about what was the bigger achievement - the miracle of Istanbul or the Invincibles' undefeated season.

What do you think? Does unfancied Liverpool's incredible comeback in 2005 go down as the greatest? Or does it even come close to Arsene Wenger's unbeaten 2003/04 Invincibles?


Liverpool have ALWAYS been bigger than United! | Liverpool v Man Utd | A Tenner Says

Liverpool and United superfans Grizz Khan and Rants N Bants face-off ahead of the big clash at Anfield and get into a, shall we say, heated discussion about who's the bigger club, not only now, but in history.

What do you think? Do Liverpool with their five European Cups shade it? Or do United have the edge due to their Premier League title record?


Fergie's treble winners? This City team are BETTER! | City v United | A Tenner Says

Full-Time Devils' Adam McKola and Blue Moon Rising's Alex Hylton sat down ahead of the upcoming Manchester Derby to discuss the merits of this current City team versus United's '99 Treble winners. Who do you think would win a game between the two teams?


United won't win a title for FIVE YEARS! A Tenner Says | Wise v Brown | Chelsea v United

Dennis Wise and Wes Brown went head-to-head in the build-up to this weekend's big clash between Chelsea and Man United by asking which of the two could now be considered the bigger club.

The club legends sat down together for the second episode of our A Tenner Says series. as we asked them to back their instincts and put their money where their mouths are.

Wise reckoned United might struggle to attract players if they continue their league title drought as he backed Chelsea to win more and earn more top four spots in the next five years, while Brown insisted United's heritage would always give them the edge.

Check out the full debate and comment below - who do you think is now the bigger club?


A Tenner Says | Spurs v Liverpool | Sherwood v McAteer

Spurs and Liverpool clash at Wembley on Saturday but the battle has already started off the pitch, thanks to 888sport.

The online bookmaker brought together club legends Tim Sherwood and Jason McAteer to debate the respective merits of their former sides in the launch episode of its new online content series, A Tenner Says.

Urging Sherwood and McAteer to back their instincts, the debate carried the theme of 888sport’s new Take ‘Em On TV campaign, which embodies the spirit of punters who defy the naysayers to always stay faithful to their gut.

In the friendly yet passionate debate, the pair put their tenners on the table as they discussed, among other things, Kane v Salah, Poch v Klopp, transfer business, trophy chances and more.


FIRST PUBLISHED: February 2019

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