Rick D'Andrea hosts as Paul Bastin, Alex Pavlidis and Lou Verga join him to discuss all the happenings in the EPL, A-League, Serie A and La Liga.
Tottenham left it very late against Manchester United to snatch a draw, whilst Chelsea and Liverpool turned it on to claim maximum points against Arsenal and Norwich, respectively. Harry Redknapp's influence is starting to show as new signing Loic Remy debuted and scored in QPR's 1-1 draw with West Ham and Manchester City kept up the pace in the title race.
Alessandro Del Piero was the talk of the A-League town with first-half hat-trick and a total of goals as Sydney FC smashed Wellington 7-1, whilst both Melbourne teams made up ground in the race for the top six.
Juventus and Real Madrid returned to winning ways, with both giants claiming convincing victories in their respective league whilst Barcelona were stunned against Real Sociedad. We Drop the Anchor, respond to your tweets and give a few selections for the upcoming week of action...
Adrian and Will may be away, but the Fox takes control of the hosting as the SoccerAnchor show. In the studio with Rick is joined by Daniel Quinn, Shaun Moran and Lou Verga, and the quartet discuss Manchester United's 2-1 win over Liverpool and Arsenal's 2-0 loss to Manchester City, as well as the remaining EPL fixtures.
Daniel believes Sergio van Dijk will not play another fixture for Adelaide, despite an injury to Bruce Djite. The boys also take a look at the other four Huyndai A-League matches, and preview the upcoming games, includign the F3 derby between Central Coast and Newcastle Jets. Add to this, Juventus may have a challenger in Lazio in the Serie A, whilst Barcelona continue on their merry way as they dispatched Champions League contenders Malaga.
We Drop the Anchor and give you a few of our expert tips for the upcoming week.
Adrian and Will may be away, but the Fox takes control of the hosting as the SoccerAnchor show is back on the airwaves for 2013. In the studio with Rick is joined by Daniel Quinn, Shaun Moran and Lou Verga, and the quartet give their respective opinions on what happened in the FA Cup, Hyundai A-League, La Liga and Serie A.
The Fox is out of action yet again, but as the famous saying goes, the show must go on. That it does, as Adrian and Will wrap up a dramatic end to the men's and women's football tournaments at the London Olympics, as Mexico and the USA win the respective gold medals. Additionally, with just minutes until kick-off in the 2012 Community Shield between Manchester City and Chelsea, the pair bring you an in-depth preview of the match itself, analysing where it will be won and lost.
In a special treat for all of our fans out there, the Fox does eventually join us on the line, live from the sunny Gold Coast, to discuss Juventus' perfect start to the new season, and life without Antonio Conte for the next 10 months, after defeating Napoli in the Italian Supercup, before also participating in a humorous edition of Drop the Anchor. Plenty of transfer talk on the agenda as well, including Jack Rodwell's surprise switch to Manchester City, and as always, we respond to your texts and tweets, take your calls, and Adrian gives you his best bets for the seasons ahead in Europe.