Man City's lackadaisical attitude, the FA Cup weekend and RVP's future are all discussed.
Last Updated: 12/03/14 11:46am
Sky Sports News Radio's Mikey Burrows is joined in the studio by Football365's Sarah Winterburn and TEAMtalk's James Marshment to discuss the FA Cup quarter-finals, the Premier League weekend, and why Tim Sherwood's days at White Hart Lane are numbered.
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The trio tear into Man City's approach against Wigan as their domestic Treble hopes came to an end on Sunday. Sarah questions not only City's attitude, but also blasts their continuing lack of defensive options, while James hits out at the "overrated" Manuel Pellegrini and queries his illogical support of one of his trusted lieutenants.
Cup of cheer for Arsenal?
City's demise in the FA Cup means Arsenal are now heavy favourites for glory, and the trio all expect the Gunners to overcome Hull in the May showpiece.
Sarah is full of praise for the job Arsene Wenger has done and hopes an FA Cup win gets "the monkey off his back".
Marshy is also glowing in his praise for Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough and Hull counterpart Steve Bruce for getting their respective clubs to Wembley.
RVP issue clouds on United win
A rare good day at the office for Man United is discussed as West Brom were put to the sword, but Sarah explains why she won't be shocked to see Robin van Persie demand a move in the summer.
Pepe Mel's future is also debated, with the trio wholly condemning Albion's failure to have a contingency plan when Steve Clarke was sacked and the subsequent mess they made of the Spaniard's Hawthorns appointment.
Troubled Tim out of his depth
Sarah explains why "nice guy" Tim Sherwood has gotten off lightly in the media following another heavy Tottenham defeat, but believes his days at White Hart Lane are numbered.
Hear what else is said about Tottenham's mistake-fuelled display at Stamford Bridge...
Lallana certainty; Sterling question marks
With the clock ticking to Brazil 2014, the trio discuss England's friendly win over Denmark and explain why Adam Lallana is now a "certainty" to make the cut, while Mikey explains why he has huge doubts over the wisdom in taking Liverpool teenager Raheem Sterling.