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Sky Sports' nightly debate show, where some of the top names in football discuss the latest Premier League stories
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Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville join Geoff Shreeves to discuss football's response to the Coronavirus pandemic and how the Premier League has responded to the crisis, including Liverpool's announcement to reverse their decision to furlough non-palying staff and the suggestion that players should take a pay-cut.
On The Debate, host David Prutton is joined in the Sky Sports News studio by Wigan manager Paul Cook and Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe. The panel discuss the unprecedented measures taken by the UK government to deal with the coronavirus and the impact on EFL clubs. Also, is there a possibility of Liverpool ending the season without a trophy, and would Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang be a good fit at Manchester United?
On this special episode of The Debate, host Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Carragher, Gary Neville and Sky Sports’ Bryan Swanson to discuss the decision to suspend English and Scottish football until at least April 30, looking deeper into how football is coping with the financial crisis coronavirus is causing for many clubs, and what the sport can do to help each other.
On the latest episode of The Debate, host Geoff Shreeves is joined in the Sky Sports News studio by former Manchester City and England defender Joleon Lescott, and former Celtic and Wales striker John Hartson to discuss the English Football League’s latest plans to help clubs against the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The panel discuss the EFL’s £50m short-term relief fund and their commitment to finish the 2019/20 season, look at the goodwill being shown by the football community...
On a special episode of The Debate, host Geoff Shreeves is joined in the Sky Sports News studio by former EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey, QPR manager Mark Warbuton, Sky Sports News’ chief news reporter Bryan Swanson and Sky Sports’ Alan Smith to discuss how coronavirus is impacting on football. The panel discuss whether the Premier League season should be declared null and void, what options there are for resuming matches and the financial impacts of postponements on lower league clubs.
David Prutton is joined by Kris Boyd and Gary O’Neil to discuss the latest news surrounding the Coronavirus and it’s potential impact on the English game, how Steven Gerrard will respond to Rangers’ defeat to Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League and the fallout of Liverpool’s Champions League defeat to Atletico Madrid.
Adam Smith is joined by Clinton Morrison and Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe to talk about the ever growing threat of the coronavirus in football and how it might impact the Premier League. They will also focus on Liverpool's loss to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, the impact of star signing Bruno Fernandes at Manchester United and whether Jose Mourinho is still considered 'the special one' following a poor run of form at Tottenham.
Geoff Shreeves is joined on the Debate by Danny Murphy and Curtis Davies to discuss Tottenham’s Champions League exit to RB Leipzig, how the threat of Coronavirus could lead to domestic matches being played behind closed doors and who might have caught Gareth Southgate’s eye ahead of next week’s England squad announcement.
David Prutton is joined by former Liverpool and Leeds midfielder Harry Kewell and former England manager Steve McLaren to discuss a good night for Manchester United in the FA Cup, Eric Dier's confrontation with a Tottenham fan following defeat to Norwich and are Jose Mourinho's Spurs side starting to stall under him?
Geoff Shreeves is joined by Darren Bent and John Barnes to discuss Jonathan Leko’s criticism of the PFA following the process which saw Leeds goalkeeper Kiko Casilla banned for eight matches after being found to have used racist language towards West Brom forward and reflect on how racism can be dealt with in football and society.