Garry Richardson looks at the main sports stories of the week, with guests including Gus Poyet, Ron Harris, Sam Allardyce and Australian rugby World Cup winner Michael Lynagh.
This week we discuss Jose Mourinho's malaise at Chelsea with the club's former captain Ron Harris and former midfielder Gus Poyet, with further comment from the chairman of Chelsea supporters' trust, Tim Rolls. Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce, meanwhile, looks ahead to the Tyne-Wear derby, and Steve Evans reflects on a tumultuous week at Leeds which saw him replace Uwe Rosler as manager and the club's owner Massimo Cellino disqualified. We focus on the Rugby World Cup as Australian World Cup winner Michael Lynagh anticipates his country's semi-final against Argentina. Also, Nigel Mansell enthuses about Lewis Hamilton as the British F1 driver aims to win his third World Championship title.
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- Sun 25 Oct 2015 09:00