On the show this week Alan Biggs was joined by ex Sheffield Wednesday and England striker David Hirst and, making his first appearance, former Premier League Assistant Referee and ex Training and Development Manager for PRO, Paul Rejer to discuss and dissect another entertaining weekend in the Premier League and Football League.

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Friday evening saw Neil Warnock’s Cardiff side beaten by title rivals Wolves after missing not one, but two stoppage-time penalties. Wolves celebrations seemed to anger Cardiff manager Neil Warnock, who refused to shake hands with counterpart Nuno Espirito Santo at full-time and said after the game that he “did not want to see” the Portuguese; the panel  give their take on the incident.

Derby day followed on Saturday and there was plenty of drama in Manchester as Man United rallied back from two goals down to beat rivals Man City in a pulsating encounter at the Etihad. Ashley Young was the subject of two key match incidents which the panel look back at whilst should Fernandinho have seen red for a challenge on Jesse Lingard?


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