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Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two in the final Sky Sports EFL Podcast of the season.Sunderland gained promotion from League One after beating Wycombe in the play-off final, and the panel look back at their Wembley win, wrapping up the key post-match reaction on their return to the Championship.The guests then turn their attention to the upcoming Championship play-off final (x) as Nottingham Forest take on Huddersfield, assessing their journey through the semi-finals and hearing from Nottingham Forest fan Holly Royall (Forest Forever Podcast) and Huddersfield fan Richard Kosmala (And He Takes That Chance Podcast).Then it is the League Two play-off final, as Port Vale and Mansfield battle it out for a place in Sky Bet League One at Wembley on Saturday. Vale fan Jonny (Ale and Vale Podcast) and Mansfield fan Sam Binch (Mansfield Musings Fan Group) assess their chances. The panel also discuss Jake Daniels, the Blackpool 17-year-old who became the first footballer in this country to come out as gay in 32 years.
The play-offs have arrived!

The play-offs have arrived!

2022-05-1001:23:06

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel take a look back at the final day of the season, as Sheffield United and Luton sealed the final two play-off berths. They will face off against Nottingham Forest and Huddersfield respectively in the upcoming semi-finals.There is also a round-up of the rest of the final-day action, Bournemouth’s promotion, Fulham’s title and more.The guests then turn their attention to an incredible final day in League Two (41m53) that saw Forest Green clinch the title, Bristol Rovers secured an incredible promotion at the expense of Northampton, and the rest of the play-off ties were decided.Then it is a review of the League One play-off semi-finals (59m30s), as Sunderland and Wycombe progressed to meet each other at Wembley, seeing off Sheffield Wednesday and MK Dons.All that, the latest managerial moves and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Don Goodman to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In League One (from the start) we review the final day of the season as Wigan and Rotherham secured promotion. The play-offs are also set as MK Dons face Wycombe and Sunderland play Sheffield Wednesday. Who will join Wigan and Rotherham in the Championship?Elsewhere, there's reaction as Plymouth missed out on the play-offs and Gillingham were relegated after nine years in League One. Also, Lincoln announced the departure of Michael Appleton after their final game. What's next for Lincoln?In the Championship (32m53s), there's a huge game coming up on Tuesday as promotion rivals Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest clash live on Sky Sports. Who has the edge going into the game at the Vitality Stadium?And finally, in League Two (52m47s), Exeter clinched promotion last week and moved top of the table as the race for the title heats up following Forest Green's defeat to Harrogate. We get reaction to Exeter's promotion, Bristol Rovers' thrilling comeback win at Rochdale and the race for the League Two play-offs.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Gary Weaver and Jobi McAnuff to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel take a look back at Fulham confirming their promotion, Huddersfield fan Richard Kosmala (@TakesThatChance) discusses their hopes for the rest of the season, and a round-up of the latest in the play-off race.Elsewhere, Barnsley and Peterborough joined Derby in being relegated to League One, and we hear from Huddersfield’s Lewis O’Brien (34m23s), as he answers our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (38m49s) the panel look back at the latest twist in the promotion race, the intensifying battle for the play-off spots heading into the last week of the season and who will face the drop on final day.And in League Two (47m18s) Forest Green clinched promotion, Salford fan Andy Thurston (@BroughtonM7) talks us through their play-off chances and Oldham fan Andy Halliwell (@oafcpodcast) discusses their drop into non-league.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Dave Edwards to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel take a look back at an enthralling Easter weekend of action, as Bournemouth tightened their grip on second spot, while Luton and Huddersfield also claimed back-to-back wins to bolster their play-off intentions.Elsewhere, Middlesbrough’s dip continued as their top-six hopes faltered and Blackburn fan Scott Sumner (4,000 Holes Fanzine) discusses their collapse of form in 2022. Derby were relegated and Birmingham were thumped 6-1 at Blackpool as their miserable season continued.We then hear from Luton midfielder Robert Snodgrass (32m45s), as he answers our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (37m37s) the panel dissects the latest in the play-off race as several sides jostle to finish in the top six, and Doncaster moved to the verge of relegation to the fourth tier.And in League Two (50m46s) Forest Green are now within a point of promotion, Sutton United fan Sarah Aitchison (Her Game Too Sutton United Ambassador) talks us through their move back into the promotion frame and Scunthorpe were relegated - ending their 72-year stay in the Football League.
In the Championship (from the start) the panel take a look back at the latest twist in the race for promotion as Bournemouth dropped more points, while Middlesbrough also suffered a wobble and QPR’s implosion continued.Derby fan Justin Peach (Second Tier Podcast) assesses the latest on their takeover as Chris Kirchner was named as the preferred bidder, and look back on the career of Neil Warnock as he announced his retirement.We then hear from Nottingham Forest starlet Brennan Johnson (26m47s), as he answers our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (29m22s) the panel dissects the latest in the promotion race, as Wigan, Rotherham and MK Dons continue to vie for the top two spots, while Wycombe fan Tom Hancock discusses their play-off chances and Crewe were relegated.And in League Two (43m43s) Crawley fan Carol Bates (Crawley Old Girls Fan Group) joins to discuss the crypto-takeover of the club, Harrogate fan Brody Pattison (Chief Brody YouTube Channel) assesses their slide and the panel look at the promotion race as head towards the end of the season.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel take a look at how Fulham and Bournemouth continued on their path towards promotion, Huddersfield claimed a big win and Blackburn suffered another blow to their play-off hopes after being held late on at Coventry.Nottingham Forest’s play-off charge continued with a thumping comprehensive win over Blackpool, Barnsley and Reading drew in a huge relegation clash, and Swansea fan Lee Staddon (@swanscastmedia) assesses an historic win at Cardiff.We then hear from Millwall midfielder Jed Wallace (25m58s), as he answers our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle, before taking a look back at a victory for Rotherham over Sutton United in the Papa John’s Trophy final at Wembley.In League One (30m34s) MK Dons kept up the pressure on Wigan and Rotherham at the top, AFC Wimbledon were beaten at Sheffield Wednesday in Mark Bowen’s first game in charge of the relegation strugglers, and Burton fan Jack Stout (@BrewersTV) assesses their campaign and what the future holds for the club under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.And in League Two (50m10s) Northampton’s recent stumbles continued as they lost to fellow promotion challengers Mansfield, Salford continued their charge towards the play-offs as they beat Hartlepool, Oldham’s survival hopes were boosted by a win at fellow strugglers Stevenage and Scunthorpe fan Chris Walker (@friendsofpakati) discusses their gloomy trip towards the drop to non-league. All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Stowell and Jobi McAnuff to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.The panel dissects all the most recent news and talking points from the EFL, with a full schedule ahead following the end of the March international break.In the Championship (from the start) the panel take a look at how Preston boss Ryan Lowe will be starting to build for next season - and we hear from North End fan Bill Whisker (@ProfoundValley) - the unpredictable race for promotion and Stoke's financial situation.In League One (26m3s) Rotherham were not in action at the weekend, with their next outing coming in the Papa John's Trophy final against Sutton at Wembley on Sunday April 3. Millers fan Matt Lax (@matt_lax) talks us through Paul Warne's men competing on two fronts.Plymouth's automatic promotion hopes took a hit as they lost to Ipswich, who boosted their own play-off hopes as a result, while free-scoring Sheffield Wednesday climbed back into the top six and Gillingham's revival under Neil Harris continued.And in League Two (40m10s), with the top three a little way clear of the chasing pack, Port Vale climbed to fourth after beating Sutton, who dropped to 10th. Remarkably, there are now just two points separating them.The panel then take a look at Exeter's top three hopes, before Leyton Orient fan Keren Harrison (@KerenOrient) assesses Richie Wellens' impact at Brisbane Road and suggests the focus has now turned to next term, with a sizeable gap between the O's and the relegation zone.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and David Prutton to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at another weekend of action as Bournemouth took full control of second spot after thumping Huddersfield, Luton rose to third after another win and Blackburn and QPR suffered further damaging defeats.At the other end of the table Reading fan Becka White (@MissBeckaEllen) talks us through a huge win for the Royals in the relegation battle, as Barnsley and Derby dropped points.Barnsley forward Carlton Morris (33m43s) then takes centre stage as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (37m57s) there was another bump for leaders Rotherham, Plymouth fan Ryan Shiner (@AwayArmy) discusses their recent surge in form, Gillingham climbed out of the bottom four and Shrewsbury edged closer to safety.And in League Two (49m51s) the remarkable form of Bristol Rovers continued under Joey Barton, Port Vale fan Jonny (@AleAndValePod) assesses their latest resurgence, Stevenage changed managers again as Steve Evans replaced Paul Tisdale and Mark Cooper left Barrow. All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at Fulham and West Brom battling back for points, Bradley Dack’s unfortunate return for Blackburn, QPR’s comeback win at Luton, Coventry fan David Moore (@skybluesextra) talks us through their emphatic win over Sheffield United, and a look at what’s gone wrong for Stoke this season.Sheffield United midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White (27m31s) then takes centre stage as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (31m06s) it was all square near the top between MK Dons and Wigan, a massive win for Sheffield Wednesday as Saido Berahino bagged a hat-trick, AFC Wimbledon Charlie Talbot (@charlietabloid) assesses whether or not they can stay up and the panel then look at Charlton’s recent struggles under Johnnie Jackson.And in League Two (41m29s) there was another slip from leaders Forest Green, Bristol Rovers fan Charlie Hayne (@OneRoversVlogs) takes a look at whether or not they can continue their charge towards promotion, Carlisle’s good form continued under Paul Simpson and Scunthorpe carried on their drift towards relegation.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Jobi McAnuff to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at Huddersfield’s rise and whether they are genuine contenders for automatic promotion, a tough defeat for Blackburn at Fulham, QPR fan Charlie Wise (@TalkingRangers) reflects on their recent dip in form and a look at whether Millwall are in the hunt for the play-offs after five straight wins.Cardiff’s Uche Ikpeazu (30m16s) then takes centre stage as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (40m39s) Oxford fan Simon Hathaway (The Fence End Podcast) tells us whether he believes it is finally their year to get promoted after several near misses, the panel look at Ipswich’s progress under Kieran McKenna and how Portsmouth have also hit form. While Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth celebrated his 500th game in charge of the club.And in League Two (57m38s) Tranmere have suffered a downturn, Mansfield’s momentum continued by beating Exeter, former Leyton Orient boss McAnuff assesses the problems at the club, and we hear from Barrow fan Chris Altree (The Barrow AFC Podcast) on whether he believes they can beat the drop back into non-league.All that and much, much more!!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel takes at how Fulham and Bournemouth tightened their grip on the promotion spots, while Blackburn returned to winning ways with a big victory over QPR.At the bottom half Peterborough’s survival hopes suffered a blow as they lost to Hull in Grant McCann’s first game in charge against his old side, while Barnsley fan Joe Beardsall (@RedAllOverBFC) talks us through their recent mini revival.Blackburn’s Tyrhys Dolan (28m29s) then takes centre stage as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (31m45s) there was a first Sunderland win for Alex Neil, Derek Adams returned to Morecambe and began with a draw, while Gillingham fan Matt (@GillsInTheBlood) discusses their continued progress under Neil Harris.And in League Two (43m20s) Mark Hughes made a surprise move to Bradford although he began with a defeat, Carlisle fan Lee Rooney (@BruntonBugle) assesses their first game and win under Paul Simpson and the panel round up the rest of the action near the top of the table.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Lee Hendrie to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back on the managerial departures of Veljko Paunovic and Darren Ferguson from Reading and Peterborough respectively in the shakeup in the relegation battle, a big win for Huddersfield at Fulham and Sheffield United fan Ian Rands (@4BladesinthePub podcast) assesses their ominous move into the top six.Huddersfield’s Sorba Thomas (35m31s) then takes centre stage as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (39m40s) there was a draw between the two pacesetters in Rotherham and Wigan, MK Dons continued their promotion push with another win at Sunderland, and Ipswich fan Benjamin Bloom (Blue Monday Podcast) discusses their upturn in form under Kieran McKenna.And in League Two (50m14s) there was a winning start for Walsall boss Michael Flynn, Bradford fan Steve Gorringe (@ShipleyBantams) reviews the departure of Derek Adams and Bristol Rovers continued their good form under Joey Barton.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at a week for Derby that’s moving in the right direction, Aleksandar Mitrovic’s record-equaling goal scoring feats for Fulham and the latest in the play-off race.We also hear from Stoke fan Ben Rowley about their slide away from the top six and whether he thinks they can turn it around, Birmingham’s recent upturn and a potential lifeline for Barnsley.Derby’s Craig Forsyth (23m35s) then takes centre stage as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (26m37s) the guests reflect on Sunderland’s appointment of Alex Neil, a big win for Rotherham at Sheffield Wednesday, Cheltenham’s good run and Crewe fan Stuart Price assesses whether he believes his club can still stay up.And in League Two (40m39s) we hear from Walsall fan Roberto Petrucco on the sacking of Matt Taylor and the supporter unrest there, whether Oldham can beat the drop under John Sheridan and Leyton Orient’s recent slump in form.All that and much, much more!!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Jobi McAnuff to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) there was a big managerial change as Steve Bruce replaced Valerian Ismael at West Brom, while Blackburn missed an opportunity in the automatic promotion race as they lost at Swansea.The guests also look back on the biggest results in the FA Cup (23m23s), as Bournemouth lost to Boreham Wood, Middlesbrough fan Jonny Bullock (@Boro_Breakdown) tells us about a special win at Manchester United, and Nottingham Forest beat Leicester. We also hear from Birmingham striker Lyle Taylor (39m39s) as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (46m54s) there was another defeat for Sunderland, who resigned Jermain Defoe this week, Gillingham appointed Neil Harris - who started his tenure with a win and a defeat - and there was another unsavoury incident at Rotherham during their win over Accrington.And in League Two (1hr08m22s) Bradford slipped further away from the play-offs after a defeat at Harrogate, we hear from Exeter fan John Beera (@johnbeera) discuss their progress after a comeback win at Swindon, and ponder whether Scunthorpe are destined for relegation after a home defeat against Oldham.All that and much, much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and David Stowell to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) take a look at the latest situation with Derby, West Brom’s danger of dropping out of the top six, a winning start for Shota Arveladze at Hull City, fan unrest at Birmingham and continued poor results for Reading.We also hear from Sheffield United’s Billy Sharp (35m08s) as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle- fresh off becoming the highest scoring player in Championship history.In League One (38m53s) the panel look back at Lee Johnson being sacked by Sunderland after a drubbing at Bolton, Cameron Brannagan’s penalty record for Oxford and the latest managerial movements at Gillingham.And in League Two (57m32s) there was a big win for League Two leaders Forest Green, another impressive win for Sutton and a turning of the tide for Stevenage under Paul Tisdale.All that and much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back on Nottingham Forest’s win over Derby, what it meant for Steve Cooper’s side and another tumultuous week for the Rams away from the pitch. It was also a great week for Hull as their takeover was confirmed and they enjoyed two big wins over promotion-chasing opposition.We also hear from Forest’s Ryan Yates (37m17s) as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (41m09s) it was another good week for Wigan as they took control of the promotion race, while there were shock defeats for MK Dons and Wycombe, while Oxford beat Sheffield Wednesday in another big clash near the top.And in League Two (49m55s) John Sheridan returned to take charge at troubled Oldham once again, for his fourth spell in charge at the club, there was more managerial upheaval at Colchester, as they began life following the sacking of Hayden Mullins with a win, and Tranmere’s surge up the table continued.All that and much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) there was another big win for Derby despite the latest turmoil engulfing the club, while Luton won a thriller against Bournemouth and Fulham enjoyed another thumping victory at the top.We also hear from Huddersfield’s Harry Toffolo (35m16s) as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (41m00s) Wycombe rose to the top of the table, while Fleetwood shocked Rotherham to continue their good recent run under Stephen Crainey, and Charlton’s dip continued under Johnnie Jackson.And in League Two (53m16s) leaders Forest Green were held at Northampton but maintained their charge towards promotion, and Mansfield broke into the play-offs as their fine recent run continued.All that and much more!
Carnage in the Cup

Carnage in the Cup

2022-01-1048:04

With no Championship this week the panel took a look back at the FA Cup’s biggest shocks and upsets (from the start), including incredible results for Cambridge, Nottingham Forest and Reading.In League One (22m30s) the Sunderland missed the chance to go top after an incredible draw at Wycombe, Gillingham parted company with manager Steve Evans, and Lincoln enjoyed an important win over Oxford.And in League Two (38m21s) Carlisle’s recent upturn continued, while Tranmere marched on in their promotion charge.All that and much more!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Andy Hinchcliffe to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at all the festive action as Covid once again wreaked havoc on the schedule. Some sides didn’t play at all, while others such as Derby enjoyed a fine couple of weeks.There is also an assessment of all the early deals done after the opening of the January transfer window, and we also hear from West Brom’s Callum Robinson  (39m47s), who answered our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.In League One (44m40s) the panel take a look at a tricky period for Sheffield Wednesday, a good run for Shrewsbury and the survival hopes of Morecambe.And in League Two (1hr02m06s) there was a great win for Swindon, more Covid difficulties for some teams, and Forest Green extended their lead at the top of the table.All that and much more!
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Ian Fawcett

ignore Rovers at your peril. What !! No thoughts ?

Aug 17th
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Ian Fawcett

so why ignore Tony Mowbray and the Rovers?

Sep 9th
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