Porto no pushover as Liverpool’s trophy hopes come down to Euro dreams

Liverpool’s remaining hope of a winning a trophy this season comes in the form of a trip to Porto in the last 16 of the Champions League. The Portuguese side are currently enjoying an unbeaten league campaign and will be stern opposition in the first leg on Wednesday night. Preview by Kris Gourlay

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Change at Dundee, Celtic defeated and penalty madness in the Premier League: The Football Round Up

Missed last week’s Football Round Up on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the boys discuss the biggest stories from Scottish and English football. This week the team assess the transfer dealings of Dundee, especially their shock signing of Steven Caulker, while there was a surprise as Celtic lost to Kilmarnock. In England, there was a controversial match at Anfield, with penalty decisions splitting opinion in the studio.

For all of Spurs’ progress, Arsenal are still not far behind

When Spurs finished above Arsenal last season there was talk of a power shift in North London. But while Spurs have been the better team over the past three years, Arsenal have won more and are closer to doing so again. So where does the power lie ahead of Saturday’s game? By Jamie Braidwood

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Celtic capture Musonda, Aubameyang arrives at Arsenal, Deadline Day review: The Football Round Up

Missed last week’s Football Round Up on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the team discuss the biggest stories from Scottish and English football. In Scotland, Celtic secured wins over Hibs and Hearts and were bolstered by the loan signing of Charly Musonda from Chelsea, while there were also wins for Rangers and Aberdeen. In England, the boys recap what was a dramatic final day of the January transfer window and reflect on Spurs’ win over Manchester United. 

Aberdeen’s new home, Scots abroad and SPFL transfer news: The Weekly Kickback

As Aberdeen take a huge step towards securing their new stadium, Grant Barnes is joined by Gregor Kerr and Benji Gribben to discuss what implications the move will have for the Dons. The 20,000-seater stadium will be built eight miles outside of the city centre and will cost around £50 million. Despite opposition from local residents,[…]

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Arsenal to face City in League Cup final, Mourinho extends contract: The Football Round Up

Missed last week’s Football Round Up show on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the team talk about the week’s League Cup semi-finals, with Arsenal progressing at the expense of Chelsea. The guys also look ahead at the weekend’s FA Cup fixtures. 

Where do Scotland go following O’Neill snub? :The Weekly Kickback

In the first episode of the newly founded Scottish Football Podcast, Grant Barnes is joined by Gregor Kerr and Benji Gribben to discuss Michael O’Neill’s decision to turn down the chance to become Scotland’s new manager. How big a blow is the snub and where do the SFA go from here? The team also debate the latest talking points from the Scottish Premiership.

Has Odsonne Edouard taken Leigh Griffiths place in Celtic’s pecking order?

Leigh Griffiths could only watch from the bench as Partick Thistle led Celtic 1-0 at half-time on Tuesday night. Griffiths came on to make a significant second-half impact, but the fact he was benched to begin with, behind the on-loan PSG forward Odsonne Edouard, was certainly interesting. Is he now Celtic’s third-choice striker? By Paige Beresford

The VAR debate: Essential technology or a waste of time?

It’s been a less-than straight-forward introduction to English football for VAR. It was thought that the technology would end all discussion on refereeing decisions, but after a couple of high-profile incidents of controversy there is more debate than ever before. Now, two of our ENRG Sport writers have their say. By Luke Barry and Gregor Kerr