Sky Sports EFL Podcast

Sky Sports EFL Podcast

By Sky Sports

Each week we bring you the biggest stories from the EFL, hear the thoughts of Sky Sports' best Football League analysts and some of the biggest names in the EFL.

Episodes

It's Brentford vs Fulham in the Championship play-off final!

Sky Sports EFL reporter Jonathan Oakes is joined by presenter Scott Minto and pundit Andy Hinchcliffe to look back on fantastic pair of Sky Bet Championship play-off semi-finals, as Brentford saw off Swansea and Fulham beat Cardiff.The panel then take a look ahead to the showdown at Wembley on Tuesday, as the west London rivals for a place in the Premier League, and analyse who is in better shape to secure the all-important win in the richest game in football.Attention then turns to the latest news elsewhere in the Championship, including the latest managerial comings and goings in the division.
31/07/2050m 55s

Championship Final Day review - The best league in the world

Sky Sports EFL reporter Jonathan Oakes is joined by presenter David Prutton and pundit Keith Andrews to discuss an incredible final day of the Championship, as Leeds lifted the trophy, West Brom secured promotion, Nottingham Forest dropped out of the top six and Luton and Barnsley secured safety in dramatic fashion.It was also a dramatic night for Brentford, who missed a golden chance to finish second, Cardiff who moved up to fifth and secured their play-off spot, Swansea managed a huge swing to pip Forest to sixth, and Wigan who were relegated in heartbreaking fashion after their 12-point deduction.We also hear from Nottingham Forest fan Scott Eley, Barnsley fan Joe Beardsall and West Brom fan Alex Newton on a remarkable night for their clubs - all in very different ways.They also look ahead to the play-offs, and the latest movements in the managerial merry-go-round in the Championship.
23/07/2056m 15s

Wigan worries, Bees buzzing & table tightening

Sky Sports EFL reporter Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Andy Hinchcliffe and commentator Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest news in the Championship - including Wigan going into administration, the tightening relegation scrap and the promotion battle.The panel assess Wigan's Stoke's troubled form, Huddersfield's big win at Birmingham and Luton and Barnsley's improved form in their fight for survival.At the top of the table, West Brom and Fulham got back to winning ways, Brentford are on the march, Derby have risen into play-off contention and Leeds stumbled against Luton.We also hear from Wigan fan Adam Pendlebury, Stoke fan Ben Rowley and Brentford fan Billy Grant on the latest issues impacting upon their clubs.Attention then turns to the League Two play-off final, after Northampton thumped Exeter at Wembley, Bolton's appointment of Ian Evatt and Sol Campbell's departure from Southend.
02/07/2050m 29s

The Championship returns! Warnock in, Woodgate out & L2 play-offs

Sky Sports EFL presenter Jonathan Oakes is joined by Scott Minto and Don Goodman to discuss the first weekend back of the Championship, following a huge result for Brentford and a poor result for Leeds, which may well shake things up in the promotion race. West Brom also went top despite failing to beat Birmingham on Saturday.The panel also discuss the managerial change at Middlesbrough - the dismissal of Jonathan Woodgate and the swift appointment of Neil Warnock, and take a look at the battle to avoid relegation, after a massive win for Charlton at Hull, and a big win for Barnsley.Attention then turns to the League Two play-off semi-finals, after Exeter squeezed through to the final by beating Colchester in extra-time. They will face Northampton at Wembley next Monday after the Cobblers stunned Cheltenham.
23/06/2056m 53s

At home with... Hull: Grant McCann

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Gary Weaver and Lee Hendrie speak to Hull City boss Grant McCann about losing key players, play-off heartache, transitioning into the role of a manager and much, much more!
15/06/2033m 5s

League One and League Two curtailment fallout, Championship return draws closer!

Sky Sports EFL presenter Jonathan Oakes is joined by Gary Weaver and Danny Higginbotham to discuss all the latest developments in the Championship, League One and League Two.The panel discuss the fallout from the decisive vote to curtail the League One and League Two seasons, and the impact that will have upon different clubs throughout the divisions.They then look ahead to the imminent League One and League Two play-offs, before assessing all the latest developments in the Championship, after the schedule was released for the return from June 20.
11/06/201h 0m

At home with... QPR: Mark Warburton

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Gary Weaver and Keith Andrews speak to QPR boss Mark Warburton about Ebere Eze, his life before football management, taking charge of Rangers in Scotland and much, much more!
08/06/2033m 9s

At home with...Blackburn: Bradley Dack and Danny Graham

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Gary Weaver and Keith Andrews speak to Blackburn duo Bradley Dack and Danny Graham about Sunday League, recovering from injuries, David Beckham and much, much more!
04/06/2025m 46s

What's next for the EFL? Championship, League One & League Two

Sky Sports EFL presenter Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Keith Andrews to discuss all the latest developments surrounding the imminent restart of the Championship, and what the latest state of play is in League One and League Two.
02/06/201h 0m

At home with... West Brom: Slaven Bilic

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Scott Minto and Don Goodman speak to West Brom boss Slaven Bilic about life in the Championship, pushing for promotion and his remarkable career so far. and much, much more!
01/06/2025m 35s

At home with... Preston: Daniel Johnson and Paul Gallagher

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Gary Weaver and Andy Hinchcliffe speak to Preston duo Daniel Johnson and Paul Gallagher about penalties, the play-offs, veterans and much, much more!
28/05/2026m 17s

EFL future stars: Joe Rodon, Grady Diangana & Bryan Mbeumo

Sky Sports take a look at three future stars of the English game that are currently plying their trade in the Championship.In this episode... David Craig is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Danny Higginbotham to discuss Swansea defender Joe Rodon.Scott Minto is then joined by Keith Andrews and Lee Hendrie to assess winger Grady Diangana, who is currently on loan at West Brom from West Ham.Finally, David Prutton is joined by Don Goodman and Hinchcliffe to take a look at Brentford forward Bryan Mbeumo.
25/05/2039m 29s

What's next for the EFL? Championship, League One & League Two

Sky Sports EFL presenter Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Don Goodman to discuss all the latest developments surrounding the potential restart of the Football League, what each division is planning to do and which clubs each potential scenario or decision could impact upon.
22/05/2049m 55s

At home with... Stoke: Danny Batth and Sam Vokes

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Jonathan Oakes and Danny Higginbotham speak Stoke City pair Danny Batth and Sam Vokes about 'bouncebackability', boss Michael O'Neill, gelling as a squad, learning from past experience and much, much more!
21/05/2030m 57s

At home with... Huddersfield: The Cowley brothers

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Jonathan Oakes and Andy Hinchcliffe speak to Huddersfield duo Danny and Nicky Cowley about rising up through the leagues, working with family and playing Championship Manager.
18/05/2024m 39s

At home with... Cardiff: Sol Bamba and Junior Hoilett

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Gary Weaver and Andy Hinchcliffe speak to Cardiff pair Sol Bamba and Junior Hoilett about regrouping after relegation, Neil Warnock's departure, playing with Mauricio Pochettino and much, much more!
14/05/2025m 54s

EFL future stars: Ben White, Rhian Brewster & Conor Gallagher

Sky Sports take a look at three future stars of the English game that are currently plying their trade in the Championship on loan from Premier League clubs.In this episode... David Prutton is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Keith Andrews to discuss Leeds defender Ben White, who is currently on loan from Brighton.Scott Minto is then joined by Andrews and Don Goodman to discuss Swansea striker Rhian Brewster, who is currently on loan from Liverpool.Finally, Prutton, Andrews and Hinchcliffe discuss Swansea midfielder Conor Gallagher, who is currently on loan from Chelsea.
11/05/2037m 49s

EFL future stars: Ebere Eze, Jude Bellingham & Nathan Ferguson

Sky Sports take a look at three future stars of the English game that are currently plying their trade in the Championship.In this episode... Scott Minto is joined by Don Goodman and Danny Higginbotham to analyse QPR's Ebere Eze.Minto is then joined by former Birmingham boss Gary Rowett and Keith Andrews to assess Jude Bellingham.Finally, Minto, Goodman and Higginbotham take a look at West Brom defender Nathan Ferguson.
07/05/2037m 39s

At home with... Fulham and Millwall: Tom Cairney and Matt Smith

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Jonathan Oakes and Gary Weaver speak to Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney and Millwall striker Matt Smith about friendship, the madness of the Championship, playing football with Jack Whitehall and much, much more!
04/05/2026m 9s

At home with... Swansea: Steve Cooper

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, David Craig and Andy Hinchcliffe speak to Swansea boss Steve Cooper about his first season in club management, developing young players, loan stars and much, much more!
30/04/2031m 33s

At home with... Brentford: Ollie Watkins and Ethan Pinnock

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Scott Minto and Don Goodman speak to Brentford pair Ollie Watkins and Ethan Pinnock about their rise up from the lower leagues, their Premier League dreams, Thomas Frank and much, much more!
27/04/2024m 56s

At home with... Charlton: Lee Bowyer

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Gary Weaver and Scott Minto speak to Charlton boss Lee Bowyer about the issues currently facing the club, his managerial style and influences, Lyle Taylor and much, much more!
23/04/2025m 22s

At Home With... Derby: Liam Rosenior and Curtis Davies

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Jonathan Oakes and David Prutton speak to Derby County pair Liam Rosenior and Curtis Davies about coaching versus punditry, the impact of Wayne Rooney, their hopes for the season and much, much more!
20/04/2040m 19s

At home with… Bristol City: Lee Johnson

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Gary Weaver and Keith Andrews speak to Bristol City boss Lee Johnson about his managerial philosophies, training with popstars, his hopes for the season and much, much more!
16/04/2034m 17s

At home with... Nottingham Forest: Matty Cash and Michael Dawson

In the latest of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, David Prutton and Don Goodman speak to Nottingham Forest players Matty Cash and Michael Dawson about Sabri Lamouchi, Cafu, their highlights and lowlights of the season so far and much, much more!
13/04/2030m 49s

At home with... Leeds United: Phillips, Ayling and Cooper

In the first of a series of wide-ranging chats with Championship stars, Jonathan Oakes and David Prutton speak to Leeds United players Kalvin Phillips, Liam Cooper and Luke Ayling about Marcelo Bielsa, their highlights and lowlights of the season so far, great goals, red cards, their hopes of promotion and much, much more!
09/04/2041m 58s

Championship Team of the Season so far - Part 2

In a special two-part Sky Sports EFL Podcast, our experts discuss their Championship Team of the Season for 2019/20 so far.Every pundit chose their own XI and using their votes we sorted them into a definitive team. In this episode we have got Don Goodman, Andy Hinchcliffe and Scott Minto chatting to Jonathan Oakes about their choices for midfield, attack and Manager of the Season. We also reveal the definitive side.
06/04/2052m 33s

Championship Team of the Season so far - Part 1

In a special two-part Sky Sports EFL Podcast, our experts discuss their Championship Team of the Season for 2019/20 so far.Every pundit chose their own XI and using their votes we sorted them into a definitive team - which you can hear in part two. In this episode we have got David Prutton, Keith Andrews and commentator Gary Weaver chatting to Jonathan Oakes about their choice for goalkeeper, plus the defence and the Manager of the Season so far.
06/04/2042m 27s

Forest chopped down, Owls in freefall, Nahki Wells takes Ten To tackle

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast, Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe as they assess the weekend's Championship action, as Leeds went top, Nottingham Forest were hammered at home by Millwall, and the tension increased in the relegation battle after Middlesbrough won at Charlton among other results.Bristol City striker Nahki Wells then takes on Ten To Tackle as he reveals his hero growing up, an unlikely link to Barcelona and his special skills, and then on to League One, as more pressure piled up on Ipswich boss Paul Lambert, Coventry extended their lead and Peterborough beat Portsmouth.Attention then turns to League Two after Crewe moved top, Exeter slipped up again and Colchester bolstered their play-off chances.All that and much, much more!
09/03/2049m 51s

Prutton's predicted Championship table, Michael Dawson takes Ten To Tackle

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast, we assess all the weekend's action from the Championship, including a thumping win for Leeds, a battling victory for Fulham and a shock defeat for West Brom against Wigan. We then put the Ten To Tackle challenge to Nottingham Forest defender Michael Dawson, before his former team-mate and Sky Sports presenter David Prutton - who predicts the Championship fixtures every week - talks us through what the table would look like if all his tips came true.Attention then turns to all the League One action, after Coventry went top following a win over Sunderland, and League Two, where we discuss another win for Cheltenham and a frustrating week for Oldham that ended in an emphatic and much-needed win at Boundary Park.All that and much, much more!
02/03/201h 4m

Are WBA and Leeds heading up? Tom Cairney chats Fulham

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast, Don Goodman joins Jonathan Oakes to assess all the key talking points from the weekend in the Championship, as West Brom and Leeds began to pull away again, the play-off race got even tighter and the relegation battle took another twist.Oakes then speaks to Tom Cairney to discuss all things Fulham, and Blackburn striker Adam Armstrong - fresh from scoring twice at Brentford - answers our questions in Ten To Tackle.We also assess all the action from League One and League Two, after Fleetwood's good form continued, Ipswich dipped again, Northampton beat Exeter and Cambridge's recent revival went on.All that and much, much more!
24/02/2041m 32s

Joe Lolley chats all things Forest, Jonny Williams takes on Ten To Tackle and weekend review

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast, we assess all the major talking points from the Championship as Leeds bounced back, Fulham were humbled and West Brom were held by Nottingham Forest.Forest midfielder Joe Lolley then discusses his ambitions to help the club win promotion, before attention turns to League One and League Two - including the latest managerials comings and goings after Simon Grayson was sacked by Blackpool and Graham Westley left Stevenage.We round things off with Jonny Williams taking Ten To Tackle, as the Charlton midfielder reveals all.All that and much, much more!
17/02/2044m 42s

The Championship promotion plot thickens, James Coppinger's mental health story & Martyn Waghorn's Ten To Tackle

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast, we take a look at the latest shape of the promotion race after some big results at the weekend, including wins for West Brom, Fulham and Brentford, while Nottingham Forest got back on track with victory over Leeds.We then speak to Derby striker Martyn Waghorn after his side won again - as he takes Ten To Tackle - and Jonathan Oakes sits down with James Coppinger to discuss his mental health story for the EFL's Heads Up awareness campaign.Attention then turns to League One, with Rotherham, Peterborough and Portsmouth among the sides to impress, and Ipswich and Oxford slipping again; and League Two after Stuart McCall returned to Bradford with a draw, another win for Crewe, and whether Salford's January signings can fire them into the play-offs.All that and much, much more!
10/02/2059m 24s

Deadline Day verdict, Rooney’s impact, Jordan Hugill takes Ten To Tackle

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast, we wrap up all the latest news from the Championship, League One and League Two, including a review of the weekend's action and all the major deals done in January and on Deadline Day.We also assess the impact of Wayne Rooney following his first goals for Derby, QPR striker Jordan Hugill takes on Ten To Tackle, and reveal the WhoScored.com Performers of the Week.
03/02/2050m 51s

Phil Parkinson chats all things Sunderland, Sam Vokes Ten To Tackle, transfer latest

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast, we assess all the weekend's action, including West Brom's surprise FA Cup win at West Ham and whether that can help improve their stuttering Championship promotion push.We then look at Stoke after their impressive recent weeks over the Baggies and Swansea, and the impact Michael O'Neill has had there, before Sam Vokes answers our questions in Ten To Tackle.Attention then turns to League One and League Two sides, including all the weekend's FA Cup action after a bizarre 'home game' for Coventry against Birmingham, Shrewsbury's impressive draw with Liverpool, and Ipswich heading back to the top of the table.We also have an exclusive interview with Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson following their recent upturn in fortunes.New episodes every Monday!
27/01/2052m 6s

Ian Holloway, top two stumble, Brentford's BMW

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast we look back on the weekend's action after another stumble from the leading Championship pair of West Brom and Leeds, and ask whether Brentford or anyone else can catch them, then the bottom of the table and a difficult period for Huddersfield and Luton.Attention then turns to League One and Sunderland's return to form as they thrashed Wycombe, some of the most interesting deals done so far in the EFL and Southend's troubles. Then it's League Two and the continuation of the Eoin Doyle saga, as he returned to Bradford after his loan spell at Swindon, and a round-up of all the other action.The legend that is Ian Holloway then joins us on the phone to chat about his new job at Grimsby, before Brentford midfielder Christian Norgaard takes the Ten To Tackle challenge. And we round things off with the WhoScored.com Performers of the Week.
13/01/2051m 32s

Football Manager predicts the Championship table, festive winners and losers

On this week's Sky Sports EFL Podcast we chat about the action-packed festive season, and our friends at Football Manager simulate the final Championship table to see who comes out on top and who could go down.Also, Cardiff defender Sol Bamba takes the Ten To Tackle challenge as he tells us his most embarrassing moment in football among other things, and we also recap all the action in League One and League Two.We round things off with the WhoScored.com best performers of the festive season across all three leagues.
06/01/2050m 53s

Wayne Rooney exclusive: Derby hopes, Championship debut, returning to England and more

Wayne Rooney speaks exclusively to Sky Sports ahead of his upcoming debut for Derby. The former England and Manchester United captain discusses his reasons for returning to English football, his coaching and managerial ambitions and his hopes for success with the Rams.We also chat to Derby captain Curtis Davies about Rooney has already brought to the club, and Sky Sports EFL presenter Scott Minto about his excitment to see Rooney in the Championship.
30/12/1922m 26s

EFL Christmas stories & Championship Team of the Decade

Listen to the brand new Sky Sports EFL Podcast, as famous names from around the EFL tell us their best Christmas stories, we pick a Championship Team of the Decade, and reveal who Sky Sports readers voted as the best young player in the Championship.Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips chats to Jonathan Oakes about what Christmas means to him and his family, then Brentford defender Pontus Jansson discusses the differences in spending the festive season in England and in his native Sweden.We then hear from Huddersfield's Tommy Elphick on what it's like to organise Christmas as a club captain, and what it's like to be injured at Christmas as a player. David Prutton then reveals what it was like to be a Football League player in a slightly different era, and how his routine has changed since retiring and becoming a Sky Sports presenter, and Wycombe striker Adebayo Akinfenwa reveals his Christmas food habits.Prutton and Don Goodman then face the impossible task of picking their Championship Team of the Decade with EFL reporter Simeon Gholam, and we announce who you voted as the Championship's best player aged 22 or under.
23/12/1938m 6s

Who is the best youngster in the Championship? Charlie Austin's VAR rant regrets

Listen to the brand new Sky Sports EFL Podcast, as we take a look back on all the weekend's action, Charlie Austin tells us why he regrets his infamous rant about VAR and we discuss the best young players in the Championship.Don Goodman joins presenter Jonathan Oakes to look back on another entertaining round of fixtures from the Championship, as West Brom came from behind to win again, Leeds threw away a three-goal lead against Cardiff, but many of the chasing pack dropped points.The podcast then sits down with West Brom striker Austin following his heroics against Birmingham on Saturday, as he takes the Ten To Tackle challenge, before Sky Sports pundits Keith Andrews and Jobi McAnuff tell us their picks for the best young player in the Championship.Attention then turns to League One and League Two, after Wycombe and Swindon extended their respective leads, Mansfield sacked manager John Dempster, the 'Ginger Pele' Eoin Doyle scored yet again and Graham Westley returned to Stevenage as manager for a remarkable fourth stint.We also have fans from Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday, Millwall, Barnsley and Swindon assessing their club's respective recent performances, and to round things off, we reveal the WhoScored.com performers of the week from the Championship, League One and League Two.
16/12/1939m 14s

Ollie Watkins chats all things Brentford, Patrick Bamford's 'embarrassing moment'

Listen to the brand new Sky Sports EFL Podcast, as we assess whether anyone can catch runaway Championship pair West Brom and Leeds, while we speak to Brentford star Ollie Watkins, Patrick Bamford takes Ten To Tackle, and Andy Hinchcliffe looks back on all the action in the Championship, League One and League Two.West Brom and Leeds won again at the weekend and Hinchcliffe questions whether anyone can keep up with their pace, while the impressive performances of Matheus Pereira are also assessed. Hinchcliffe and presenter Jonathan Oakes also look at Preston's troubling results lately, and Jarrod Bowen's goal-scoring displays for Hull.The podcast then sits down with Ollie Watkins to discuss his incredible form for Brentford this season, and Leeds striker Patrick Bamford takes on Ten To Tackle.Attention then turns to League One and League Two. Coventry and Ipswich will meet three times in 10 days, Rochdale stunned Rotherham and Swindon are still top of the fourth tier, Scunthorpe's improvements under Paul Hurst and Cheltenham's fine form under Michael Duff.To round things off, we reveal the WhoScored.com performers of the week from the Championship, League One and League Two.
09/12/1951m 59s

Nathan Jones interview on Stoke struggles, Championship review and sorry Sunderland

Keith Andrews joins Jonathan Oakes to look back on all the weekend's action after big wins for Leeds and Brentford, and a return to winning ways for Mark Bowen's Reading. We also have Charlton legend Chris Powell chatting about the club's takeover after owner Roland Duchatelet finally decided to agree to sell.The podcast then sits down with Nathan Jones to discuss his difficult tenure at Stoke, which ended with his sacking last month, and whether the Potters can stay up under Michael O'Neill.Andrews and Oakes then assess Sunderland's struggles under Phil Parkinson in League One, and Carlisle's appointment of new head coach Chris Beech.To round things off, we reveal the WhoScored.com performers of the week from the Championship, and Sheffield Wednesday striker Steven Fletcher takes 'Ten To Tackle'.
02/12/1948m 35s

Kalvin Phillips chats all things Leeds and Lee Bowyer's Charlton future in doubt?

We sit down with Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips to discuss if he's really the Yorkshire Pirlo, Scott Minto joins us to discuss Lee Bowyer's future at Charlton and we check out the WhoScored performances of the week.
25/11/1950m 31s

Neil Harris joins us from Cardiff, Bayo Akinfenwa takes Ten To Tackle!

Neil Harris joins us for his first interview since becoming Cardiff manager, 'The Beast' Adebayo Akinfenwa takes on Ten To Tackle, we look at the latest goings on in Leagues One & Two and we preview this week's big Championship action.
18/11/1950m 59s

Gareth Ainsworth exclusive, Lewis Grabban takes Ten To Tackle, EFL review

Sky Sports' EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe joins Jonathan Oakes to discuss Stoke's appointment of Michael O'Neill, Nottingham Forest's win over rivals Derby and the future of Neil Warnock at Cardiff. Plus, Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth explains his decision to stay at Adams Park and Forest striker Lewis Grabban takes on Ten To Tackle.
11/11/1953m 6s

Chris Wilder and Not The Top 20

On this, the final EFL Matters of the season, David Prutton is joined in the studio by George Elek and Ali Maxwell of the “Not The Top 20 Podcast”. Chris Wilder joins them on the phone to discuss Sheffield United’s season and subsequent promotion to the Premier League, before they look ahead to the final permutations of the EFL season.
02/05/1924m 15s

Danny Cowley

Lincoln City’s Danny Cowley joins David Prutton this week to talk candidly about his side’s success this season fresh from sealing the League Two Championship on Easter Monday. The Championship promotion race became a lot clearer over the Easter break, with Leeds United seemingly set for a Play-Off spot, they discuss how they will get over that disappointment.
25/04/1925m 54s

Darren Moore

On this week’s EFL Matters, ex-West Bromwich Albion Head Coach Darren Moore tells David Prutton about his time in charge at The Hawthorns and how his sacking came as a surprise. Moore also has his say on the problem of racism in football and the #Enough campaign launched by the PFA. Finally, he casts his eye on the top of the Championship and looks ahead to a frantic Easter weekend of football that could go a long way to deciding who will be playing in the Premier League next season.
18/04/1925m 48s

Joe Thompson

Joe Thompson joins David Prutton to discuss how he twice beat cancer to return to professional football and score the goal which secured Rochdale League One safety, his retirement from the game and what he's focusing on in the future.
11/04/1923m 35s

Chris Powell and David Connolly

David Prutton is joined by former Charlton and Southend manager Chris Powell and former Sunderland, Southampton and Portsmouth striker David Connolly to discuss further problems at Bolton Wanderers, QPR parting company with Steve McClaren, Tony Pulis' recent struggles with Middlesbrough and the incredible relegation battle in Sky Bet League One.
04/04/1925m 43s

Liam Rosenior & Kieran Maguire

David Prutton is joined in the studio by Liam Rosenior and Kieran Maguire, a lecturer in football finance at the University of Liverpool, as they talk through Birmingham’s nine-point deduction and the possible takeover at Bolton. They also look ahead to a Wembley sell-out for the Checkatrade trophy between Portsmouth and Sunderland, whilst the race for promotion to the Premier League hots up as Championship returns after the international break.
28/03/1923m 16s

Chris Kirkland

Chris Kirkland joins David Prutton in the studio to discuss all the important stories from the last week….and have a look at some of the funnier moments too!
14/03/1925m 52s

Marvin Sordell and Ritchie Humphreys

David Prutton is joined by Marvin Sordell and former PFA Chairman Ritchie Humphreys to discuss mental health in football and how clubs deal with players who are battling depression, plus, the pressures players are under when it comes to being out of contract or contemplating retirement.
07/03/1925m 49s

Sam Saunders and Sam Parkin

Ex-Wycombe and Brentford midfielder Sam Saunders and retired striker of many EFL clubs Sam Parkin join David Prutton in the studio to talk about life after football, the revolutionary Brentford B team and they look ahead to a huge weekend of EFL action.
01/03/1925m 49s

Ryan Lowe and Neil Danns

This week is a League Two and Bury special episode as The Shakers’ manager Ryan Lowe and club captain Neil Danns join David Prutton in the EFL Matters studio to talk about a terrific season down at Gigg Lane which has seen goals a plenty and a possible trip to Wembley on the horizon for Bury.
21/02/1925m 49s

Alan Sheehan & Lee Hendrie

David Prutton is joined by Lee Hendrie and Luton Town's club captain Alan Sheehan as they discuss The Hatter's incredible run of 19 games unbeaten despite the loss of Nathan Jones to Stoke.City. The team also talk through a frantic mid-week round of Championship action and the return of England legend Paul Scholes to football in the Oldham dugout.
14/02/1925m 48s

Gary Rowett

David Prutton is joined by former Stoke and Derby manager Gary Rowett to discuss his time with the Potters and his management career so far. He also reviews the huge match up between Leeds and Norwich last Saturday and who he sees getting promoted to the Premier League.
07/02/1925m 39s

Not The Top 20 - Deadline Day

David Prutton is joined by George Elek and Ali Maxwell from the Not The Top 20 podcast to discuss the Championship's biggest game of the season so far as Norwich travel to Leeds. Steve Bruce starts life as Sheffield Wednesday manager, how will he get on at Hillsborough? Plus, the latest from League One and League Two as Luton beat Portsmouth to extend their lead at the top of the table and Notts County continue to be the EFL's crisis club as they are put up for sale.
31/01/1925m 47s

Gareth Ainsworth and Simon Grayson

David Prutton is joined by Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth and former Leeds United and Blackpool manager Simon Grayson. Topics include Marcelo Biel's 70-minute presentation to the press which turned "Spygate" on its head, Nottingham Forest appointing Martin O'Neill, all things Wycombe with Gareth and the race for promotion from League One. Plus, there's a new manager at Carlisle United.
17/01/1925m 38s

Thomas Frank and Don Goodman

David Prutton is joined by Brentford Head Coach Thomas Frank and Sky Sports' EFL expert Don Goodman to discuss the Bees' season and their apporach to the transfer window, Stoke's decision to replace Gary Rowett with Nathan Jones and Hull City's impressive form. Plus, the latest news from Leagues One and Two.
10/01/1926m 21s

Not The Top 20

David Prutton is joined by Ali Maxwell and George Elek from the Not The Top 20 podcast to discuss Thomas Franks' struggles at Brentford, Ipswich's first home win to end a record run at Portman Road, Jos Luhukay turning on his Sheffield Wednesday squad and Burton Albion making history by making the semi-finals of the League Cup.
20/12/1825m 49s

Darren Ferguson

David Prutton is joined by former Peterborough and Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Ferguson to discuss all the latest issues in the EFL plus news from League One and Two.
13/12/1825m 50s

Simon Grayson and Matt Taylor

David Prutton is joined by former Preston and Leeds manager Simon Grayson and Swindon player/coach Matt Taylor to discuss the news that Reading have parted company with Paul Clement, the West Midlands derby between West Brom and Aston Villa, the form of Derby's Harry Wilson plus news from League One and Two.
06/12/1825m 51s

Ali Maxwell and George Elek

This week on EFL Matters, David Prutton is joined by Ali Maxwell and George Elek of the “Not The Top 20” Podcast to take a look at the goings on from this week's midweek round of fixtures in the Championship, League One and League Two. Including, Aston Villa's 5-5 draw with Nottingham Forest and Sol Campbell's appointment at Macclesfield Town.
29/11/1825m 49s

Paul Hurst and Steve Morison

Former Ipswich manager Paul Hurst and Millwall striker Steve Morison join David Prutton to discuss what went wrong at Portman Road,what the ambitions are this season at The Den and what's next for Notts County.
23/11/1825m 59s

Dave Edwards and Liam Rosenior

David Prutton is joined by Reading's Dave Edwards and EFL expert Liam Rosenior to discuss the Royals' Sky Bet Championship form and their hopes for the season. There's also a preview of the Steel City derby as Sheffield United take on Sheffield Wednesday live on Sky Sports on Friday. Plus, can Sunderland continue their impressive start to the season in League One
08/11/1825m 54s

Ali Maxwell and George Elek

This week on EFL Matters Ali Maxwell and George Elek of the “Not The Top 20” Podcast join David Prutton to take a look at the goings on in Leagues One and Two. They discuss the form of MK Dons, Exeter, Northampton and Forest Green Rovers in League Two, and in League One they talk Portsmouth, Sunderland and the race for the Play-Off places.
01/11/1826m 9s

Andy Hinchcliffe

David Prutton is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe to discuss the midweek Championship action, Ipswich's decision to part company with Paul Hurst and they look ahead to the weekend’s Championship fixtures.
25/10/1825m 7s

Josh Wright and Don Goodman

Bradford City captain Josh Wright and Don Goodman join David Prutton to look ahead to the Sky Bet EFL weekend's matches in the Championship, League One and League Two.
18/10/1825m 59s

Ali Maxwell and George Elek

David Prutton is joined by Ali Maxwell and George Elek from the Not The Top 20 podcast and they discuss the goings on at Aston Villa and their search for a new manager. They also look at the fine work done by Chris Wilder and Daniel Farke at both Sheffield United and Norwich respectively, as well as looking forward to the Live Championship double-header on Saturday - Leeds v Brentford and Bolton v Blackburn.
04/10/1823m 2s

Sam Parkin and Dale Tempest

David Prutton is joined by Sam Parkin and Dale Tempest to discuss the midweek Carabao Cup action and look ahead to the weekend’s Championship fixtures.
27/09/1822m 25s

David Sharpe and Andy Hinchcliffe

David Prutton and Andy Hinchcliffe chat to Wigan chairman David Sharpe about his his experiences at the club and the progress they're making in the Championship. The guests then take a look back at the midweek action, in particular West Brom's entertaining victory over Bristol City and Leeds beating Preston to stay top of the table.
20/09/1822m 55s

Simon Grayson and Don Goodman

David Prutton chats to Simon and Don about the previous Weekend's action from League's 1+2 as well as looking ahead to the return of the Championship.
13/09/1826m 5s

Ali Maxwell and George Elek

David Prutton is back for the first episode of the 2018/19 season and is joined by Ali Maxwell and George Elek of the great Podcast Not The Top 20. They look back at the first 3 weeks of the season and talk about who they fancy come May.
23/08/1822m 59s

EFL Matters - Gareth Ainsworth and Don Goodman

David Prutton is joined for the last episode of the season by newly promoted Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth and Sky Sports pundit Don Goodman as they look back at Ainsworth's great season at Adams Park and the battle to stay in the English Football League for Barnet and Morecambe. With an action packed final day in the Sky Bet Championship, they also look at who will be promoted to the Premier League and which 2 from 5 could start next season in Sky Bet League One.
03/05/1825m 51s

EFL Matters - Ali Maxwell and George Elek

David Prutton presents a review of all the latest news and talking points from across the English Football League, with special guests adding their input and analysis.
26/04/1826m 15s

EFL Matters - Johnnie Jackson and Matt Murray

This week David Prutton is joined by ex-Wolves goalkeeper Matt Murray and club captain and now Caretaker Assistant Manager Johnnie Jackson as they look at life at The Valley, The Checkatrade Trophy the heavyweight clash between Cardiff and Wolves and all the other goings on in a busy week of the EFL Championship.
05/04/1826m 0s

EFL Matters - Gordon Greer and Martin Allen

This week on EFL Matters David Prutton is joined by former Blackburn and Brighton defender Gordon Greer, and the new Barnet boss Martin Allen. They’ll be discussing Barnet’s battle to stay in the EFL, as well as Karl Robinson’s appointment at Oxford and the goings on at Reading this week, and much more besides.
22/03/1826m 45s

EFL Matters - Garry Birtles and Danny Gabbidon

This week on EFL Matters David Prutton is joined by Garry Birtles and former Cardiff and Wales defender Danny Gabbidon. Cardiff City’s surge towards promotion to the Premier League one of many talking points from the Sky Bet Championship. In League Two they discuss the table toppers Accrington Stanley, and the race for promotion from League One as Wigan get back to winning ways.
15/03/1827m 8s

EFL Matters - Tom Barclay

David Prutton is joined by the Sun's EFL reporter Tom Barclay to discuss all the latest news and talking points from across the English Football League,
08/03/1825m 17s

EFL Matters – Andy Hinchcliffe and Stuart McCall

David Prutton is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and former Bradford City manager Stuart McCall to discuss all the latest goings on in the Football League.
01/03/1826m 4s

EFL Matters - Danny Cowley and Garry Birtles

David Prutton is joined by Garry Birtles and Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley to discuss how he's adapting to life in League Two with a trip to Wembley on the horizon in the EFL Trophy. Plus, with John Sheridan taking over from Uwe Rosler at Fleetwood, the panel discuss how he can help the Cod Army pull away from the relegation zone. There's also a look at all the top stories in the Championship.
22/02/1825m 54s

EFL Matters - Dean Smith & Lee Hendrie

David Prutton is joined by Dean Smith and Lee Hendrie to discuss the latest news and talking points from across the English Football League, including a look at Brentford, Aston Villa and Accrington.
15/02/1825m 25s

EFL Matters - Don Goodman and Mark Warburton

David Prutton is joined by Don Goodman and Mark Warburton to discuss the managerial merry go round at Leeds, Barnsley and Bradford. Plus an in depth look at Mark's old club Forest and Lincoln's Checkatrade heroics
08/02/1825m 47s

EFL Matters - Simon Grayson and Danny Higginbotham

David Prutton is joined by former Preston North End, Blackpool and Sunderland boss Simon Grayson to discuss how Championship clubs fared in the January transfer window, a round-up of the midweek fixtures in the EFL and whether Blackburn are the best placed side in League One to catch Wigan. Plus, how Wycombe beat league leaders Luton to go second in Sky Bet League Two.
01/02/1824m 49s

EFL Matters - Sam Saunders and Don Goodman

David Prutton is joined by Wycombe Wanderers' Sam Saunders and Don Goodman to discuss Brentford's climb up the Sky Bet Championship table, Leeds United's new badge and they also conduct the Checkatrade Trophy semi-final draw.
25/01/1825m 48s

EFL Matters - Michael Appleton and Andy Hinchcliffe

David Prutton is joined by Leicester City assistant manager and former Oxford Utd manager Michael Appleton and Sky Sports’ EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe to discuss Derby’s surge towards the top of the Championship, Bristol City’s stuttering form, Fulham’s push to the play-offs, two managerial departures in League One and Graham Westley taking over at Barnet.
18/01/1825m 47s

EFL Matters - Gregor Robertson and Garry Birtles

Former footballer turned journalist Gregor Robertson joins former Nottingham Forest player and Sky Sports EFL expert Garry Birtles to discuss three huge managerial changes in the Championship as Sheffield Wednesday, Forest and Middlesbrough all opt for a new man. Plus, the EFL Trophy quarter-finals are discussed and the promotion race in League One hots up as the top four all avoid defeat over the festive period.
11/01/1828m 56s

EFL Matters - Lee Clark and Garry Birtles

David Prutton is joined by former Huddersfield, Birmingham and Bury manager Lee Clark and EFL expert Garry Birtles to discuss Bristol City's huge win against Man Utd in the Carabao Cup, Barnsley's takeover by Moneyball's Billy Beane and Sunderland's first home win in 364 days.
21/12/1724m 32s

EFL Matters - Neal Ardley and Keith Andrews

David Prutton is joined by Keith Andrews and AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley to discuss Nigel Adkins’ first win as Hull manager, Derby’s upturn in form, Steve Cotterill’s 10 games in charge of Birmingham and, of course, the news that Wimbledon have been given the green light to redevelop Plough Lane.
14/12/1726m 56s

EFL Matters - Don Goodman and Tom Barclay

David Prutton is joined by Don Goodman and The Sun's Football League expert Tom Barclay to discuss Nigel Adkins' appointment at Hull City, Bolton's run of good form which has taken them out of the relegation zone, Norwich's worrying lack of form and a step towards a 'Rooney rule' in the EFL. Plus, we preview the big game in Sky Bet League Two between Luton and Notts County.
07/12/1726m 51s

EFL Matters - Gary Caldwell and Andy Hinchcliffe

David Prutton is joined by former Wigan and Chesterfield manager Gary Caldwell and Sky Sports' EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe to discuss Hull's bad run of form under Leonid Slutsky, if Wolves' are the champions elect in the Championship already, Aston Villa's turnaround under Steve Bruce and whether Wigan can bounce back to the Championship at the first time of asking.
30/11/1727m 31s

EFL Matters - Simon Grayson and Don Goodman

David Prutton is joined by former Sunderland manager Simon Grayson and Don Goodman to discuss new Black Cats boss Chris Coleman, Wolves' fine form and Ryan Sessegnon's hat-trick for Fulham.
23/11/1725m 47s

EFL Matters - Paul Hurst and Danny Higginbotham

David Prutton is joined by Danny Higginbotham and Shrewsbury Town manager Paul Hurst to discuss Leeds, Middlesbrough, Derby, Fulham and – of course – The Shrews record-breaking start to the season in League One.
16/11/1726m 2s

EFL Matters - Clinton Morrison and Keith Andrews

David Prutton is joined by Clinton Morrison and Keith Andrews to discuss Hull City’s poor form, Brentford’s impressive run of performances, Sunderland’s search for a manager, a year in charge of Charlton for Karl Robinson and Forest Green’s improvement in Sky Bet League Two.
09/11/1725m 38s

EFL Matters - Nigel Clough and Garry Birtles

David Prutton is joined by Burton manager Nigel Clough and former Nottingham Forest player Garry Birtles to discuss survival in the Championship, Sunderland and Forest. Plus, Bury parting company with their manager and Accrington’s push for promotion.
02/11/1725m 45s

EFL Matters - Paul Robinson and Don Goodman

David Prutton is joined by Birmingham City club captain Paul Robinson and Sky Sports’ EFL expert Don Goodman to discuss the Carabao Cup, the Second City derby, Sheffield United’s trip to Elland Road to face Leeds and the first instance of a player being banned retrospectively for simulation.
26/10/1726m 16s

EFL Matters - Gareth Ainsworth and Andy Hinchcliffe

David Prutton is joined by Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth and Sky Sports EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe to discuss Wolves going top of the Championship, Preston sneaking under the radar, the East Anglian derby and life at Adams Park.
19/10/1725m 45s

EFL Matters - Richie Wellens and Keith Andrews

David Prutton is joined by Sky Sports EFL expert Keith Andrews and Oldham caretaker manager Richie Wellens to discuss whether he wants the job full-time, Paul Scholes’ links with the job, the East Midlands derby, Aston Villa’s resurgence and Plymouth’s struggles in League One.
12/10/1725m 46s

EFL Weekly - Sam Parkin and Chris Kirkland

Sam Parkin and Chris Kirkland join David Prutton to discuss Steve Cotterill's appointment at Birmingham, Wolves' march up the table and the squad they have at their disposal, Reading's slow start to the season under Jaap Stam and two new managers in League Two at Chesterfield and Port Vale.
05/10/1726m 8s

EFL Matters - Shaun Derry and Don Goodman

David Prutton is joined by Cambridge United manager Shaun Derry and Sky Sports EFL expert Don Goodman to discuss Cardiff's win over Leeds which put them top of the Championship, Sheffield United's march up the table and Sunderland's continued struggles. Plus, Kevin Nolan's impressive work at Notts County as they top Sky Bet League Two.
28/09/1725m 41s

EFL Matters - Andy Hinchcliffe and Matt Taylor

David Prutton is joined by Sky Sports' EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe and Swindon Town midfielder Matt Taylor to discuss the EFL’s announcement that their clubs favour an earlier end to the transfer window, Birmingham’s decision to sack Harry Redknapp after just five months in the job, the first Steel City derby in five years and two managerial departures in League Two. Plus, the team preview Swindon’s trip to Forest Green which is live on Sky Sports.
21/09/1725m 34s

EFL Matters - Adebayo Akinfenwa & Danny Higginbotham

Adebayo Akinfenwa & Danny Higginbotham join David Prutton to discuss the impressive start Leeds United have made this season, how Chris Wilder has adapted to life in the Championship, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's flying start with Northampton in League One and Akinfenwa answers your questions.
14/09/1725m 46s

EFL Matters - Chris Powell and Garry Birtles

David Prutton presents a review of all the latest news and talking points from across the English Football League, with special guests Chris Powell and Garry Birtles adding their input and analysis.
07/09/1725m 49s

EFL Matters - Steve Evans and Don Goodman

Mansfield Town manager Steve Evans and Sky Sport EFL expert Don Goodman join David Prutton to discuss how EFL clubs have fared on Transfer Deadline Day and Don picks his best Championship signings this summer. We hear about the first managerial casualty of the season and discuss Steve’s start to the season with The Stags.
31/08/1725m 46s

EFL Matters – Karl Robinson and Keith Andrews

Charlton manager Karl Robinson joins Keith Andrews and David Prutton to discuss the Carabao Cup, whether it’s the right decision for Leeds to sell Chris Wood for £15m, can Steve Bruce turn Aston Villa’s fortunes around and can last season’s League Two play-off finalists Exeter go one better this time round?
24/08/1725m 47s

EFL Matters - Ian Holloway and Andy Hinchcliffe

Queens Park Rangers boss Ian Holloway and Sky Sports EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe join David Prutton to discuss the most important topics in the Football League, including: Middlesbrough's big spending in the Championship, the impressive starts made by Ipswich, Wolves and Cardiff, Blackburn's continued struggles and EFL new boys Forest Green Rovers' interesting approach to life in the Football League.
17/08/1725m 38s

EFL Weekly - Wagner, Stam, Oakley and Danns

As David Wagner and Jaap Stam prepare to lead their teams out at Wembley for the richest game in football, both managers speak to EFL Weekly. Wagner talks about the prospect of leading Huddersfield back to the top flight for the first time since 1972 in his first full season in charge, plus, the methods he’s employed to get the best out of the Terriers’ players. Reading manager Stam explains how his experiences of football at the highest level can help him get his side ready for the big occasion and how his style of play will never change. Sky Sports EFL expert David Prutton previews both play-off finals. After a dramatic set of semi-finals in League Two, Exeter player/coach Matt Oakley looks ahead to the final and what it means for the Grecians to play at Wembley in what could be his last game in football. Blackpool’s Neil Danns explains that a Wembley final is a dream come true but claims the players are fully focused on getting the job done. Plus, Sky Bet’s Dale Tempest brings you the latest odds for...
25/05/171h 2m

EFL Weekly - McCall, Harris and Hinchcliffe

Hear from Millwall manager Neil Harris and why he has confidence in his experienced side ahead of the League One play-off final. Bradford boss Stuart McCall claims this play-off final could well go down as a classic and why he thinks Wembley suits his side’s style of play. Andy Hinchcliffe gives his thoughts on the Championship play-off semi-finals and looks ahead to the final between Huddersfield and Reading. Plus, the Sun’s Tom Barclay reviews the EFL season and Sky Bet’s Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
18/05/1751m 8s

EFL Weekly - Cairney, Cook and Craig

Fulham captain Tom Cairney reflects on a superb season so far on a personal level but claims he would swap all the awards and accolades for a play-off win with the Cottagers. Portsmouth manager Paul Cook speaks to EFL Weekly about lifting the League Two title and what the on-going takeover at the club means for next season's preparations. Millwall captain Tony Craig talks about making it to yet another play-off final with the club and explains why the team are more prepared this time round. Sky Sports EFL expert Don Goodman runs the rule over the play-off sides in the Championship and League Two. Plus, Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
11/05/1742m 43s

EFL Weekly - Mowbray, Lee, Al-Habsi & Bowyer

Blackburn manager Tony Mowbray talks to EFL Weekly about the fight to keep Rovers in the Championship ahead of their trip to Brentford. Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Kieran Lee speaks about his return from a long injury lay-off just in time for the play-offs. Reading goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi takes on "10 to Tackle" and reveals his pre-mtach ritual involves speaking to his mum. EFL analyst Andy Hinchcliffe discusses the fight for survival in the Championship and the race for the play-offs in League Two. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
03/05/1752m 18s

EFL Weekly - Hayden, Warburton, Sheridan & Flynn

After securing promotion to the Premier League, Newcastle's Isaac Hayden speaks about the relief of getting over the line and he reveals which player had the audacity to soak manager Rafa Benitez during the dressing room celebrations. Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton talks about the club's fight for Championship survival and explains what attracted him to the club. Ahead of a big weekend across all divisions Sky Sports' EFL expert David Prutton previews the possible ups and downs in the Football League. Oldham manager John Sheridan has once again guided the club to safety after returning to Boundary Park in January, he explains how he did it. Newport looked a certainty for relegation before Michael Flynn took the job, he talks about wanting to finish the great escape and why he tried to talk Thierry Henry out of retirement. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
27/04/1752m 41s

EFL Weekly - Hughton, Adams and Goodman

After securing promotion to the Premier League, Brighton manager Chris Hughton speaks to EFL Weekly about the celebrations and how securing the title is now the aim for him and his players, plus, his fondness for Newcastle and why he wants them to join the Seagulls in the top division next season. Hear from surprising new Birmingham City manager Harry Redknapp on why he has decided to get back in the technical area at the age of 70 and how he plans to save the Blues from relegation despite not knowing many of the players. Sky Sports EFL expert Don Goodman assesses the race for the play-offs in the Football League, plus reacts to the appointment of Redknapp at St Andrew's. After they secured promotion to League One Plymouth manager Derek Adams explains what it means to the club after coming so close in the last two seasons, plus, after struggling with the colour of the club shirts this season, what the plans are for their kits.
20/04/1740m 6s

EFL Weekly - Knockaert, Sidwell, Sharp and Fry

Sky Bet Championship player of the season Anthony Knockaert speaks to EFL Weekly about the inspiration behind his fantastic form this season. Brighton teammate Steve Sidwell picked up the goal of the year award and explains that the halfway line effort certainly wasn't a fluke. Sheffield United's Billy Sharp reveals what winning promotion with his boyhood club feels like and why he wants rivals Sheffield Wednesday to reach the play-off final. Doncaster Rovers club captain Andy Butler talks about finishing the job in League Two as they look to become champions. Sheffield Wednesday's David Jones takes on "10 to Tackle" and explains why if he wasn't a footballer he would be a mathematician. Peterborough's Director of Football Barry Fry looks back at his glittering career in the game and how he aims to create some enthusiasm in the club next season. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
12/04/1757m 30s

EFL Weekly - Hogg, Loovens, Jones and Harvey

Huddersfield’s Jonathan Hogg talks about making a rapid return from a serious neck injury and talks up the Terriers’ automatic promotion hopes, plus, the part he played in the most famous play-off goal of all. Sheffield Wednesday captain Glenn Loovens reflects on the win at relegated Rotherham which helped the Owls back in to the Championship play-offs and claims they won’t let that position slip. Hartlepool manager Dave Jones explains how he wants to improve the club next season and why he’s decided to drop down to League Two after spending most of his management career in the Championship. The EFL’s chief executive Shaun Harvey reflects on the Checkatrade Trophy and admits they made errors with the competition this season. Plus, Sky Bet’s Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
06/04/1750m 27s

EFL Weekly - McShane, Wood, Wheeler and Reid

Reading captain Paul McShane talks about working under Jaap Stam and explains how the manager impressed the squad from the first day of pre-season training. Leeds United striker Chris Wood takes on "10 to Tackle" and reveals how he intimidates his own teammates and which former Premier League striker inspired him to pull on the number nine shirt. Sky Sports EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe runs the rule over the promotion races in the EFL, Exeter's David Wheeler reflects on the late comeback against Yeovil which kept their play-off hopes on course. After a turbulent season Coventry will be at Wembley this weekend, Kyel Reid previews the Checkatrade Trophy against Oxford United. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
30/03/1748m 44s

EFL Weekly - Holloway, McCall, Tomlin and Ferguson

QPR manager Ian Holloway talks to EFL Weekly about being the Championship's form side and life after Sky Sports. Bradford boss Stuart McCall talks about their attacking style of play and their push for promotion this season. Sky Bet League Two manager of the year Darren Ferguson talks about front-running for promotion and their huge top-of-the-table clash against Plymouth. Bristol City's Lee Tomlin is the latest to take on "Ten to Tackle" as he reveals his footballing idols and the greatest player he's ever played with.
23/03/1755m 10s

EFL Weekly - Bridcutt, Aluko, Shelvey and Doyle

Leeds United captain Liam Bridcutt tells EFL Weekly about the task of trying to lead the side back to the Premier League and he previews the clash against his former side, Brighton as the promotion race heats up in the Sky Bet Championship. Sone Aluko explains why this Fulham side is the best team he’s ever played in as they push for a play-off place. Newcastle’s Jonjo Shelvey takes on “10 to Tackle” and talks Elvis, West Ham, Harry Potter and Newcastle’s promotion hopes. Sky Sports EFL expert Don Goodman discusses the spate of managerial departures in the Championship and the rest of the news in the Football League. Portsmouth captain Michael Doyle discusses whether this is finally the season that Pompey climb out of League Two as a run of good form has seen them move in to the top three. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
15/03/1755m 32s

EFL Weekly - Clough, Harris, Taylor and McAnuff

Burton Albion manager Nigel Clough talks to EFL Weekly about the Brewers’ first ever season in the Championship and how they’re looking to survive come May, plus, why he decided to turn down the Nottingham Forest job. Millwall boss Neil Harris previews the huge FA Cup quarter-final clash with Tottenham as the Lions look to cause another upset in the cup and book a place at Wembley. Ipswich Town defender Steven Taylor is the latest to take on “10 to Tackle” and he reveals his teammates have been quick to mention that embarrassing handball (and acting) in the Premier League. Stevenage midfielder Jobi McAnuff talks about their charge towards the play-offs in Sky Bet League Two. Sky Sports EFL expert Peter Beagrie assesses the promotion races in the Football League. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
09/03/1757m 26s

EFL Weekly - Stephens, Smith, Bartley and Williams

Brighton’s Dale Stephens talks to EFL Weekly about the disappointing defeat to promotion rivals Newcastle and about that equaliser from Mo Diame. Huddersfield’s Tommy Smith explains what life is like under David Wagner and the Terriers promotion hopes as they prepare for Newcastle. Leeds defender Kyle Bartley reveals details about his bromance with teammate Luke Ayling and why Gordon Ramsey won’t be contacting him any time soon. Danny Higginbotham reacts to all the biggest stories from the Football League this week and previews the weekend’s action. Swindon manager Luke Williams talks about the battle to save the club from the drop in League One and what it’s like working under Director of Football Tim Sherwood. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
02/03/1745m 48s

EFL Weekly - Lascelles, Chambers, Marshall and Webb

Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles speaks to EFL Weekly about Newcastle’s promotion push, working under Rafa Benitez and the top of the table clash against Brighton on Tuesday. Ipswich captain Luke Chambers previews the East Anglian derby and explains how he suffered two cracked ribs and a stress fracture sustained while scoring a goal. Andy Hinchcliffe runs the rule over the promotion races in the Football League and discusses all the biggest stories from the EFL this week. Wolves’ Ben Marshall takes on “10 to Tackle” and reveals that his toughest opponent this season is actually a current teammate. Leyton Orient manager Danny Webb talks about trying to save the club from relegation in his first job as manager in professional football and Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
23/02/1752m 58s

EFL Weekly - Hourihane, Assombalonga, Coyle and Appleton

Aston Villa midfielder Conor Hourihane talks to EFL Weekly about the pressure of playing for Aston Villa and his hopes for the rest of the season. David Prutton reviews all the biggest stories from the Football League this week and Nottingham Forest striker Britt Assombalonga takes on “10 to Tackle” revealing which Championship defender gave him some rough treatment. Blackburn manager Owen Coyle reflects on a difficult defeat to take at Hillsborough and Hope Akpan’s sending off for pushing the referee, plus Rovers' FA Cup game against Manchester United. No league team has played more games than Oxford United this season, manager Michael Appleton discusses how he’s managing his squad and previews his side’s FA Cup tie away at Middlesbrough. Plus, Sky Bet’s Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
16/02/1751m 5s

EFL Weekly - Rhodes, Rowett, Palmer and Brown

New Sheffield Wednesday striker Jordan Rhodes reflects on his first week at the club and what really went on during transfer window. Former Birmingham and Burton manager Gary Rowett joins EFL Weekly and explains he’s remaining open minded about his next club but admits Nottingham Forest wasn’t the right place for him at this time. Huddersfield forward Kasey Palmer is the latest to take on “10 to Tackle”, Don Goodman reflects on the Championship promotion race and the incredible story that two youth players have been fined for eating a doughnut at Barnet! Southend manager Phil Brown speaks about his 200 games in charge of the club as they look to make the step-up to the Championship. Plus, Sky Bet’s Dale Tempest has some tips for your weekend accumulator.
09/02/1755m 30s

EFL Weekly - Smith, Hammill and Slade

After losing top scorer Scott Hogan in the final few hours of transfer deadline day, Brentford head coach Dean Smith reflects on life after the striker and an impressive win over the club who snatched the player away from West London, Aston Villa. There’s a review of all the transfer window activity with Sky Sports EFL analyst Peter Beagrie, including his thoughts on Jordan Rhodes’ move to Sheffield Wednesday. Barnsley winger Adam Hammill takes on “10 to Tackle” where he reveals why Angus MacDonald's nickname at the club is “goose”. Coventry manager Russell Slade discusses the difficulties of managing the club while the fans and board are at war. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
01/02/1745m 35s

EFL Weekly - Stockdale, Pennant, Bowyer and Saunders

Brighton's shot-stopper David Stockdale discusses the Seagulls' Championship title ambitions and his hopes for his beloved Leeds United to join them. Jermaine Pennant talks about joining Bury and the controversy surrounding him over the years. Blackpool boss Gary Bowyer shares his thoughts on his return trip to Ewood Park this weekend as the Tangerines face Blackburn in the FA Cup. Wycombe's new signing Sam Saunders chats about leaving Brentford after seven-and-a-half years and his rotten luck at Wembley.
26/01/1753m 10s

EFL Weekly - Cairney, Nolan, Mackie and Heckingbottom

Fulham star Tom Cairney talks about his hefty price tag and The Cottagers' upcoming West London derby against Queens Park Rangers. New Notts County boss Kevin Nolan looks ahead to life at the Worlds Oldest Club as they look to beat the drop. QPR's Jamie Mackie takes on 10 to Tackle. Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom discusses losing Sam Winnall to Sheffield Wednesday and also talks about the progress The Tykes have made in recent years.
19/01/1750m 37s

EFL Weekly - Edwards, Grayson, Morris and Bentley

Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards previews the Midlands derby as they prepare to face rivals Aston Villa. Preston North End manager Simon Grayson reflects on a good performance against Arsenal in the FA Cup and whether they can sustain a play-off push this season. Scunthorpe's Josh Morris talks about his incredible 17-goal haul from midfield already this season and what targets he has set at the Iron. Morecambe manager Jim Bentley reflects on the amazing gesture from the club's fans as they clubbed together to pay his FA fine.
11/01/1756m 40s

EFL Weekly - Ritchie, Graham, Jervis and Brown

Newcastle's Matt Ritchie explains that despite two defeats in three games they are firmly focused on winning the league. Blackburn's Danny Graham takes on "10 to Tackle" and reveals a miss from his Carlisle days still haunts him! Don Goodman reflects on more managerial changes in the EFL. Port Vale's Michael Brown talks about the difficult transition from player to player/manager, plus, he reveals his aim to still play professionally at 40. Plymouth's Jake Jervis previews Argyle's trip to Anfield in the FA Cup and talks up their promotion chances in League Two this season. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some more tips for your weekend accumulator.
05/01/1744m 47s

EFL Weekly - Monk, Zola and McCann

Leeds United head coach Garry Monk speaks to EFL Weekly about the pressures of guiding the Yorkshire club back to the Premier League. New Birmingham City manager Gianfranco Zola talks style of play, plans for January and furthers his claim as one of football's nicest managers when he wishes his predecessor all the best for the future. Peterborough boss Grant McCann looks ahead to the FA Cup clash with Chelsea and explains why he's given Christmas Day off to his players. Plus, some of the Championship's biggest names reflect on Christmas as a footballer.
21/12/1651m 11s

EFL Weekly - 10 in 10 Special

Jonathan Oakes hosts a 10 in 10 special from Carrow Road as we go behind the scenes at Norwich v Aston Villa. Hear from presenter Scott Minto, commentators Daniel Mann and Andy Hinchcliffe and man-of-the-match, Norwich's Graham Dorrans.
15/12/1636m 13s

EFL Weekly - Knockaert, Gayle, Osborn and Ainsworth

Brighton's Anthony Knockaert gives an emotional interview about the passing of his father and how he's using that as motivation to get the club to the Premier League. Find out more about the Championship's top scorer, Newcastle's Dwight Gayle, as he takes on "10 to Tackle". Nottingham Forest's Ben Osborn previews the game against bitter rivals Derby, there's divided loyalties in his family. Wycombe's Gareth Ainsworth thanks the club's fans for helping to fund transfer activity and reveals information about his double-life as a front-man of a pub band. David Prutton previews 10 in 10. Plus, Dale Tempest has some tips for your weekend accumulator.
08/12/1658m 57s

EFL Weekly - Stam, Robinson, Evans and Hinchcliffe

Jaap Stam speaks to EFL Weekly after leading Reading to five consecutive league wins, he discusses how his playing days have influenced his management style. New Charlton manager Karl Robinson talks about the twist in fate which means he’ll be facing his former club MK Dons in his first game in charge, he also outlines his plan to try and unite everyone at The Valley. New Mansfield manager Steve Evans reflects on his drop down to League Two, plus he gives his thoughts on former clubs Leeds and Rotherham. Millers’ striker Danny Ward takes on “10 to Tackle” and reveals there is a rock band in the making at the New York Stadium. Sky Sports EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe discusses Newcastle’s shock defeat to Blackburn and Norwich’s poor run of form in the Championship, plus there’s praise for Scunthorpe after they set a new club record – they’re unbeaten in 22 consecutive home games and Dale Tempest brings you a new batch of tips for your weekend accumulator.
30/11/1658m 58s

EFL Weekly - Joyce, Ince, Wilder and Roberts

EFL Weekly speaks to Wigan manager Warren Joyce about the job he faces keeping the club in the Championship and why he made the move from Manchester United. Derby's Thomas Ince takes on "10 to Tackle" and reveals which team he supports (clue: it's not one of his dad's former sides). Sheffield United are on an incredible run of 14 games unbeaten in League One, we hear from manager Chris Wilder. Portsmouth midfielder Gary Roberts claims that he's more confident than ever about promotion from League Two.
24/11/1655m 53s

EFL Weekly - Holloway, Darlow, Allen & Bentley

Ian Holloway talks to EFL Weekly about his sensational transfer from Sky Sports to QPR – and what it means to be returning to Loftus Road after ten years away. Newcastle goalkeeper Karl Darlow looks ahead to the leaders’ big live game against in-form Leeds on Sunday after making himself Rafa Benitez’s number one. Danny Higginbotham discusses all the big talking points across the EFL – including managerial changes and the scrapping of plans for ‘League Three’. Barnet manager Martin Allen tells us he’s been given a clean bill of health after originally being signed off Saturday’s match for minor heart surgery. He also has his say on ‘League Three’ being abandoned. Brentford’s Dan Bentley talks about being the EFL’s most sought-after goalkeeper – and his Mysterious singing talent! Plus, the only way is up for Sky Bet’s Dale Tempest as he gives us this weekend’s betting tips.
17/11/1653m 44s

EFL Weekly - Lambert, Wheater and Jackson

EFL Weekly hears from new Wolves manager Paul Lambert as he looks to turn around fortunes at Molineux. Bolton's David Wheater speaks about the good start to the season they've made as they try and escape League One at the first attempt. Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson talks about the ongoing unrest between the fans and owners at The Valley and why he's known as "the Robin Hood of beers". Sheffield Wednesday's Sam Hutchinson takes on "10 to Tackle" and talks Walking in Memphis, cooking and retiring from football. Don Goodman reflects on that managerial change at his old club Wolves and reviews the Checkatrade Trophy. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
10/11/1644m 52s

EFL Weekly - Hughton, Jackett, Gunnarsson and Westley

After Brighton laid down a big marker in the race for promotion by beating Norwich 5-0 last weekend, manager Chris Hughton tells EFL Weekly whether his side can finally gain promotion this season. Rotherham manager Kenny Jackett talks about taking on the ominous task of leading the Millers to safety in the Championship. After a very impressive result away at Accrington, new Newport County manager Graham Westley explains how he’s going about trying to change the club’s fortunes. Sky Sports EFL expert David Prutton talks about a raft of managerial changes across the Football League and assesses the increase in supporter and owner unrest. Cardiff and Iceland midfielder Aron Gunnarsson takes on “10 to Tackle” and explains why he never has to buy a drink in Wales again. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you the latest tips for his weekend accumulator.
03/11/1650m 34s

EFL Weekly - Bruce, Johnson, Hinchcliffe and Hurst

Steve Bruce claims he waited 20 years to manage a club the size of Aston Villa and hopes there will be some healthy respect from Birmingham City fans ahead of the derby. Plus, he explains about his short lived career as a murder mystery writer. Bristol City Head Coach Lee Johnson explains how a presentation helped lure Chelsea's Tammy Abraham to the club. Sky Sports EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe talks about more managerial changes across the Football League. Huddersfield striker Nahki Wells takes on "10 to Tackle" and talks R. Kelly, the number 21 and Manchester United. New Shrewsbury boss Paul Hurst explains the reasons why he left Grimsby and Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
27/10/161h 2m

EFL Weekly - McClaren, Holloway, Stearman and Flitcroft

Steve McClaren tells EFL Weekly about returning to Derby, style of play and training ground drones. Wolves defender Richard Stearman takes on "10 to Tackle" and talks the Backstreet Boys, double relegation and hidden talents. Sky Sports EFL expert Ian Holloway reviews Aston Villa's first away win since August 2015, the goal scoring form of Dwight Gayle and poor ownership of football clubs. Bury manager Dave Flitcroft dismisses the 'Manager of the Month' curse after his side's bad October. Accrington's Gary Taylor-Fletcher talks about his joy at finding a Football League club and Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you the some tips for your weekend accumulator.
20/10/1651m 54s

EFL Weekly - Wagner, Martin, Hill and Sordell

Huddersfield manager David Wagner speaks to EFL Weekly about leading the promotion charge in the Championship and how he's trying to improve the club's identity. Norwich City captain Russell Martin takes on "10 to Tackle" and talks acting, singing and dancing. Sky Sports EFL expert Peter Beagrie reflects on the managerial changes in the Championship. Rochdale manager Keith Hill speaks about being the country’s form side and Coventry's Marvin Sordell talks about how difficult it was to find a club after being out of contract in the summer. Plus, Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
13/10/1654m 32s

EFL Weekly - Warnock, Ritchie, Robinson and Adams

Neil Warnock speaks to EFL Weekly about taking over at Cardiff, it's his 15th club in management and it’s clear he hasn’t lost his appetite for football at all. Newcastle’s Matt Ritchie takes on “10 to Tackle” and talks Oasis, Ronan Keating and Grant Hanley. MK Dons' manager Karl Robinson explains the challenge he faces as he tries to return the club to the Championship at the first time of asking. Carlisle’s Nicky Adams talks about the unbeaten run he’s on as a player – stretching back to his Northampton days - he’s not lost since December. Danny Higginbotham gives his thoughts on the managerial casualties in the Football League and Dale Tempest from Sky Bet brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
06/10/1653m 13s

EFL Weekly - Neil, Donaldson, Alexander and Ardley

Norwich manager Alex Neil speaks to EFL Weekly about the incredible game against Newcastle which ended 4-3 after an exhilarating stoppage time equaliser - and then winner from the Toon’s Dwight Gayle. Neil also speaks about the positive start to the season at Carrow Road and the form of the Murphy twins. Birmingham’s Clayton Donaldson takes on “10 to Tackle” and reveals why he is “The Don” at St Andrew’s. Graham Alexander reflects on how Scunthorpe have set the early pace in Sky Bet League One. Neal Ardley reveals how excited he is to lead AFC Wimbledon back to Plough Lane. Sky Sports EFL expert Don Goodman talks Nigel Pearson, Derby and the conundrum the club find themselves in. Plus, Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
29/09/1649m 42s

EFL Weekly - Jedinak, Hogan, Cox and Grigg

Mile Jedinak speaks to EFL Weekly about making the step down from the Premier League to the Championship and how he's adapted to life with Aston Villa. Scott Hogan, the Championship's top scorer, reveals how it feels overcoming years of injury pain by scoring goals for Brentford. Dean Cox explains the peculiar situation he finds himself in by leaving Leyton Orient after the transfer window closed. Will Grigg, the world's favourite Wigan striker, reveals how he really feels about that song. Sky Sports EFL expert Andy Hinchcliffe reviews the season so far and Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
22/09/1659m 0s

EFL Weekly - Rowett, Edinburgh, Adams and Prutton

Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett speaks to EFL Weekly about the spending power of Championship clubs and the good start to the season his side has made. Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh previews the League Cup clash with Tottenham, a competition he won with Spurs as a player. Fresh from five consecutive league wins and ahead of the Devon derby, Plymouth manager Derek Adams claims his new squad is starting to gel as they aim to better last season’s finish. Sky Sports Football League expert David Prutton is full of praise for Newcastle, specifically Jonjo Shelvey and Barnsley’s continued good form. Plus, Dale Tempest from Sky Bet brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
15/09/1658m 22s

EFL Weekly - Lascelles, Stam, Rosler & Ferguson

Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles speaks to EFL Weekly about expectation at St James' Park and working under Rafa Benitez. Ian Holloway sits down with Reading manager Jaap Stam and asks him about adapting to life in the Championship. Norwich goalkeeper Michael McGovern takes on "10 to Tackle". Fleetwood manager Uwe Rosler reflects on his first month in charge of the club and Darren Ferguson explains how bad the injury crisis at Doncaster really is. Plus, Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
08/09/1651m 28s

EFL Weekly - Hudson, Hayden and Wilder

Huddersfield have been the early pace setters in the Championship so EFL Weekly spoke to captain Mark Hudson to find out their secrets to success. Sky Sports Football League expert Peter Beagrie runs the rule over all the biggest transfers. Newcastle midfielder Isaac Hayden takes on "10 to Tackle" and reveals who his least intelligent teammate is. Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder reflects on the transfer window and the relief of securing their first league win. Plus, Dale Tempest from Sky Bet brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
01/09/1652m 4s

EFL Weekly - McCormack, Hughton and Page

Aston Villa's big summer signing, Ross McCormack, tells EFL Weekly about adapting to life at the club, Ian Holloway meets Brighton manager Chris Hughton as he prepares to visit his old club Newcastle. After dispatching Premier League opponents in the EFL Cup, Northampton boss Rob Page reflects on drawing Manchester United in the next round. Derby's Chris Martin talks Afternoon Delight, the number nine and his least intelligent teammate as he takes on "10 to Tackle". Bolton manager Phil Parkinson speaks about leading the only club still with a 100% record in the Football League and Sky Sports expert Don Goodman reviews the season so far. Plus, Dale Tempest from Sky Bet brings you some more tips for your weekend accumulator.
25/08/1657m 10s

EFL Weekly - Cameron Jerome, Steven Fletcher and Darrell Clarke

On this week's EFL Weekly podcast Cameron Jerome previews the huge East Anglia derby between Norwich and Ipswich and claims Norwich deserve to be a Premier League side. Sheffield Wednesday's Steven Fletcher talks scrum caps, cup finals and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as he takes on "10 to Tackle". Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke talks about Rovers' return to League One and looks ahead to their EFL Cup clash against Chelsea. Sky Sports' Football League expert Danny Higginbotham praises Newcastle for an impressive performance against Reading and Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you some more tips for your weekend accumulator.
18/08/1637m 18s

EFL Weekly - Darren Bent, Neil Harris and Nathan Jones

Darren Bent tells EFL Weekly how he's fitter than ever as he aims to stake a regular starting place in Nigel Pearson's Derby side. Millwall boss Neil Harris reflects on a positive start to the season coming so soon after the disappointment of the play-off final and Nathan Jones reacts to Luton's stunning win against Aston Villa in the EFL Cup. Plus, Leeds' Kemar Roofe takes on "10 to Tackle" and Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you some tips for your weekend accumulator.
11/08/1652m 21s

EFL Weekly - Carlos Carvalhal, Garry Monk and Gary Johnson

After the disappointment of play-off final defeat Carlos Carvalhal explains why Sheffield Wednesday are going in to the new Championship season with a positive attitude. New Leeds United manager Garry Monk reveals why he's not afraid to work under controversial chairman Massimo Cellino. Port Vale's new Portuguese manager Bruno Ribeiro explains how his friend, Jose Mourinho, helped him get the job at Vale Park. Cheltenham's Gary Johnson speaks about expectations after leading his side back in to the Football League. David Prutton previews the new EFL season and Sky Bet's Dale Tempest brings you all the latest promotion odds.
04/08/161h 4m

FL72 Podcast- Play-off Final Special

The FL72 Podcast previews all the Football League play-off finals. Hull captain Michael Dawson talks about securing a rapid return to the Premier League. Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan reflects on what it would mean for the Owls to be back in the big time. Barnsley manager Paul Heckingbottom reflects on his return to Wembley for the second time this season and Neil Harris tells us his Millwall players are ready to perform on the biggest stage. Plymouth manager Derek Adams reveals he wants to get the job done after being so close to automatic promotion and Adebayo Akinfenwa talks going 'Beast Mode' at Wembley. Plus, Sky Sports' Football League analyst David Prutton runs the rule over each final.
26/05/1649m 33s

FL72 Podcast - Bryson, Bradshaw, Ardley

As the Football League play-offs loom Derby's Craig Bryson speaks to the FL72 Podcast about vanquishing the demons of play-offs past. After narrowly missing out on automatic promotion Walsall's Tom Bradshaw looks forward to the play-off game with Barnsley. AFC Wimbledon's Neal Ardley reveals what the secret to success at Kingsmeadow has been this year. Plus, Danny Higginbotham previews all the games.
11/05/1645m 29s

FL72 Podcast - Leadbitter, Perkins, Coleman

Ahead of the season defining clash between Middlesbrough and Brighton the FL72 Podcast speaks to Boro captain Grant Leadbitter. Wigan's David Perkins reflects on a hugely successful awards night after securing a return to the Championship at the first attempt. Sky Sports Football League analyst Don Goodman previews that huge Championship game. Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman reveals what promotion to League One would mean to the club and Bolton's Lawrie Wilson takes on "10 to Tackle".
05/05/1650m 12s

FL72 Podcast - Dyche, Ferguson, Hughes

As the race for promotion in the Sky Bet Championship intensifies Burnley boss Sean Dyche tells the FL72 Podcast how important it is to focus on their own results. Ian Holloway gives his thoughts on a 'phenomenal' season. Derby's Will Hughes speaks about his return from an injury that's kept him out for eight months. Darren Ferguson outlines what it's going to take for him to keep Doncaster in League One and Barry Bannan takes on "10 to Tackle".
28/04/1646m 51s

FL72 Podcast - Davies, Heskey, Dack & Roofe

The FL72 Podcast was at the Football League awards as Kevin Davies picked up the prestigious Sir Tom Finney award - he gives his thoughts on Bolton's season. Emile Heskey puts the Wanderers relegation down to bad luck. The League One and League Two players of the season, Bradley Dack and Kemar Roofe, reveal what an honor the award is. David Prutton gives his thoughts on the Championship promotion race. Plus, George Friend takes on "10 to Tackle".
21/04/1647m 53s

FL72 Podcast - Clayton, Parkinson, Wilder

Middlesbrough's midfield linchpin Adam Clayton tells the FL72 Podcast that gaining promotion as soon as possible is more important than winning the league at this stage. Northampton manager Chris Wilder talks about the Cobblers' promotion party and Bradford boss Phil Parkinson reveals whether he believes the Bantams have enough momentum to make the automatic promotion spots. Plus, Jamie Ward takes on "10 to Tackle".
14/04/1655m 39s

FL72 Podcast - Heaton, Hourihane, Hignett

Burnley captain Tom Heaton speaks about his side's promotion run-in, as well as the possibility of being in the England squad for Euro 2016. Don Goodman discusses the action at both ends of the Championship table. Conor Hourihane gives his reaction to winning the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final at Wembley. Craig Hignett talks about guiding Hartlepool 16 points clear of the relegation zone with seven matches left. Plus, Brighton's David Stockdale takes on "10 to Tackle".
06/04/1646m 30s

FL72 Podcast - Hughton, Holloway, Appleton

Brighton manager Chris Hughton looks ahead to the huge clash at the top of the Championship as they host Burnley. Ian Holloway gives his thoughts on the promotion races in the Championship and League One. Michael Appleton previews Oxford United's JPT final against Barnsley. Sheffield United's Dean Hammond discusses whether the Blades can still make the play-offs. Plus, Middlesbrough's Dimi Konstantopoulos takes on "10 to Tackle".
31/03/1647m 27s

FL72 Podcast - Wagner, Reid, Mousinho

David Wagner tells the FL72 Podcast that he's busy trying to implement a similar style of play at Huddersfield that he and Jurgen Klopp played at Borussia Dortmund. Peter Reid explains his new role at Bolton Wanderers and Burton Albion captain John Mousinho talks about the Brewers' promotion push. Plus, Birmingham's Paul Robinson takes on "10 to Tackle".
24/03/1655m 20s

FL72 Podcast - Karanka, Snodgrass, Heckingbottom

Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka talks about his return to the club after walking out on his players after a heated meeting. Hull's Robert Snodgrass talks about the Championship promotion race and getting back to full fitness and David Prutton discusses more managerial departures across the Football League. Plus, Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom previews the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final and discusses his side's incredible form.
17/03/1642m 31s

FL72 Podcast - Rowett, Whitney, Way

Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett claims that despite a good run of form there's still more to come from his side as they push for a play-off place. Walsall caretaker manager Jon Whitney believes the Saddlers are the best side in League One on their day and Yeovil manager Darren Way claims a positive attitude has paid off as the club look to avoid relegation from League Two.
10/03/1651m 45s

FL72 Podcast - Vokes, Rosenior and Coady

Burnley and Wales striker Sam Vokes tells the FL72 Podcast that despite a major international tournament on the horizon his focus is fully on securing Premier League football for the Clarets. Brighton's Liam Rosenior explains that he'd like nothing more than his old club Hull getting promoted alongside the Seagulls and Conor Coady takes on "10 to Tackle". Wigan chairman David Sharpe reflects on a year in charge and highlights what he's changed at the club. Plus, Sky Sports Football League expert Peter Beagrie outlines which managers have impressed him so far this season.
02/03/1646m 54s

FL72 Podcast - Keogh, McDermott and Harris

One of Darren Wassall's first decisions as Derby manager was to reappoint Richard Keogh as captain, the Rams skipper claims that the players certainly see promotion as the priority this season. Reading boss Brian McDermott revels in more cup success, they face Crystal Palace in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and Millwall's Neil Harris reveals what's behind their recent upturn in form. Plus, Cardiff's David Marshall takes on "10 to Tackle".
25/02/1653m 57s

FL72 Podcast - Warnock, Brown and Holloway

New Rotherham manager Neil Warnock tells the FL72 Podcast that after looking at the fixture list he can't see where the next point is coming from. Southend manager Phil Brown reveals his frustration at two defeats in a week and Ian Holloway praises Vincent Tan, really. Plus, Alex Revell takes on "10 to Tackle".
18/02/1644m 38s

FL72 Podcast - Rhodes, Johnson, Wilder

After completing a deadline day move to Middlesbrough, striker Jordan Rhodes tells the FL72 Podcast about his first goal for the club and why the move was stress free. New Bristol City manager Lee Johnson talks about following in his dad's footsteps at Ashton Gate and Northampton manager Chris Wilder explains about the Cobblers' superb run of form. Plus, Fulham's Ross McCormack takes on "10 to Tackle".
11/02/1658m 1s

FL72 Podcast - Smith, Snodgrass and Gray

After a stressful January transfer window Brentford manager Dean Smith reflects on the joy of keeping hold of "chocolate Alan Judge". Hull's Robert Snodgrass talks about his return to fitness and the first-team at the opportune time to aid their promotion bid and Peter Beagrie gives his thoughts on the biggest movements in the window. Plus, Burnley's Andre Gray takes on "10 to Tackle".
03/02/1641m 2s

FL72 Podcast - Tomlin, Edinburgh, Le Fondre

It was a move that shocked many FL72 fans, Jonathan Oakes asks Lee Tomlin why he chose to leave the Premier League for struggling Championship side Bristol City. Sky Sports pundit David Prutton talks about an ever changing promotion race in the Championship and Justin Edinburgh reveals what he feels Gillingham need to do to clinch promotion from League One. Plus, Wolves striker Adam Le Fondre takes on "10 to Tackle".
28/01/1635m 52s

FL72 Podcast - Dyche, Carvalhal, Curle

Sean Dyche explains how pleased he is with Burnley's recent form and how there won't be any hard feelings towards Jason Shackell when Derby visit Turf Moor. Carlos Carvalhal speaks about his attempts to play an entertaining brand of football at Sheffield Wednesday and Carlisle United manager Keith Curle reflects on home comforts as they return to Brunton Park with a big money FA Cup tie on the horizon against Everton.
21/01/1653m 35s

FL72 Podcast - Cohen, Ainsworth and Clough

After Wycombe's impressive display in the FA Cup against Aston Villa, manager Gareth Ainsworth talks about turning his attention to the league before the replay at Villa Park. Ian Holloway discusses the issues affecting Bolton and Charlton and Nottingham Forest captain Chris Cohen speaks about his long awaited return from a long-term injury.
14/01/1655m 20s

FL72 Podcast - McCarthy, Still and Wilson

Jonathan Oakes speaks to Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy about an impressive run of form which has seen the Tractor Boys in to the play-offs. John Still reveals why he went back to Dagenham and Redbridge, a job he likens to an old pair of slippers and new Chesterfield manager Danny Wilson tries to explain the 7-1 win in his second game in charge. Plus, Peter Beagrie runs the rule over the Sky Bet Championship promotion race and there's a 212/1 accumulator tip from Dale Tempest.
07/01/1650m 57s

FL72 Podcast - Christmas Special

Aitor Karanka, the man who has led Middlesbrough to the top of the Sky Bet Championship, tells the FL72 Podcast that he expects Boro to improve in the second-half of the season. Sky Sports pundit David Prutton explains what it's like to be a player and pundit during the packed Christmas schedule and some well known Championship players reveal what they like (and dislike) about the festive period.
23/12/1541m 21s

FL72 Podcast - 10 in 10 Special

Jonathan Oakes brings you the latest FL72 Podcast from Loftus Road as part of Sky Sports' 10 in 10. Ian Holloway explains about life on the road, Don Goodman and Daniel Mann reveal all about the art of commentary and QPR striker Charlie Austin announces some big news before taking on our "10 to Tackle".
16/12/1539m 18s

FL72 Podcast - 10th December

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Blackburn manager Paul Lambert as he brands the amount of sackings in the Championship as "ridiculous". Ian Holloway previews Sky Sports' 10 in 10. Sheffield United's Nigel Adkins and Exeter's Paul Tisdale reflect on high profile ties in the FA Cup and Alejandro Faurlin takes on our "10 to Tackle".
10/12/1550m 44s

FL72 Podcast - 3rd December

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Derby head coach Paul Clement as the Rams hit their stride in the Sky Bet Championship, just one loss in the last 13. Coventry manager Tony Mowbray explains how impressed he is with on-loan Adam Armstrong and Northampton's Marc Richards outlines his relief at the takeover finally going through.
03/12/1556m 37s

FL72 Podcast - 26th November

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Bolton manager Neil Lennon who discusses the pressure of recording just one win all season, former Charlton and Huddersfield Town manager Chris Powell reveals Sir Alex Ferguson was one of the first to speak to him after being sacked by The Terriers and Scott Arfield takes on our "10 to Tackle".
26/11/1547m 20s

FL72 Podcast - 19th November

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Hull City captain Michael Dawson as the Championship table-toppers aim for a club record against Bristol City. Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink reflects on a year in charge and responds to speculation about his future and Leeds United's goal scoring sensation Alex Mowatt takes on our "10 to Tackle".
19/11/1546m 23s

FL72 Podcast - 12th November

This week Jonathan Oakes is joined by QPR interim manager Neil Warnock as he reveals whether he wants the job on a full-time basis. Barnsley manager Lee Johnson outlines how he plans to stop a seven league game losing streak and Portsmouth's Paul Cook explains why it was an easy decision to leave Chesterfield last season. Plus, Wolves defender Danny Batth takes on our "10 to Tackle".
12/11/1550m 31s

FL72 Podcast - 5th November

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Brighton striker Bobby Zamora to discuss a record equalling run for the south coast club. Sky Sports pundit Ian Holloway gives his thoughts on the most recent spate of manager sackings, Accrington boss John Coleman explains why things are looking good at Stanley and former Derby captain Shaun Barker explains his return from three-and-a-half years out the game.
05/11/1553m 22s

FL72 Podcast - 29th October

In the latest FL72 Podcast Jonathan Oakes speaks to Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett about his year in charge at St Andrew's. David Prutton analyses Sheffield Wednesday's emphatic win over Arsenal in the Capital One Cup, Northampton boss Chris Wilder reveals how tough times are at Northampton Town and Derby County defender Richard Keogh takes on our "10 to Tackle".
29/10/1545m 40s

FL72 Podcast - 22nd October

On the FL72 Podcast this week Jonathan Oakes is joined by new Leeds manager Steve Evans to reflect on a turbulent week at Elland Road. Burnley midfielder Matty Taylor previews a big derby in the Sky Bet Championship as his side travel to Blackburn Rovers and Fleetwood boss Steven Pressley comments on his first three games in the job.
22/10/1553m 49s

FL72 Podcast - 15th October

This week Hull City manager Steve Bruce joins Jonathan Oakes to discuss adapting to life in the Sky Bet Championship and putting on double training sessions during the international break. Wigan boss Gary Caldwell explains that wins will come for his side as he's got a huge amount of belief in his side. New Newport manager John Sheridan explains how he's trying to turn around a losing mentality at the club and David Nugent takes on Ten to Tackle.
15/10/1542m 39s

FL72 Podcast - 8th October

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Sky Sports Football League analyst Ian Holloway who reveals what it's like to manage a team during an international break and also gives his summary of the Championship so far. Walsall manager Dean Smith talks about his club's decision to turn down an approach for him from Rotherham for their managerial vacancy. After guiding Plymouth to the top of League 2, Derek Adams compares managing in Devon to the Scottish highlands. Plus, Charlton captain Johnnie Jackson is the latest player to feature in our '10 to tackle'.
07/10/1538m 50s

FL72 Podcast - 1st October

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Fulham manager Kit Symons who reveals his delight at the squad he has assembled at the club. Billy Sharp expresses his desire to finish his career at Sheffield United and Bury manager David Flitcroft explains the good feeling around the club after 6 wins in a row. Plus, Stephen Warnock reveals the best player he's played with and Brad Friedel's strange superstition in our '10 to tackle'.
01/10/1545m 32s

FL72 Podcast - 24th September

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Leeds United head coach Uwe Rosler to discuss life at an often hectic Elland Road. Rotherham's Steve Evans explains why he'll be at The Millers for the foreseeable future and Peterborough's new manager Graham Westley talks about his intentions to play a new exciting brand of football. Plus, Stewart Downing reveals his cleverest teammates, the best player he's ever played with and much more.
24/09/1547m 46s

FL72 Podcast - 17th September

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Derby's Tom Ince to discuss the turnaround in fortunes after back-to-back wins. The newest manager in the Football League, David Dunn, explains how tough being a player/manager is and Ronnie Moore talks about the mixed start Hartlepool have made to League Two.
17/09/1546m 12s

FL72 Podcast - 10th September

Jonathan Oakes speaks to Brighton manager Chris Hughton about setting the pace in the Championship. Neil McDonald explains what it means for Blackpool to get their first away win in 17 months and Leyton Orient's Mathieu Baudry talks about getting back on track following a blip after their perfect start.
10/09/1550m 47s

FL72 Podcast - 3rd September

Jonathan Oakes is joined by Burnley manager Sean Dyche to reveal how he managed to lure Joey Barton to the club. Burton manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink talks about life in League One and Jamie Cureton explains how he is still scoring goals at the age of 40.
03/09/1551m 7s

FL72 Podcast - 27th August

Jonathan Oakes speaks to Teddy Sheringham about life as a manager at Stevenage, to Derby striker Chris Martin about The Rams stuttering start to the season, we hear from Gillingham manager Justin Edinburgh on trying to maintain a good run and Keith Curle explains what a good result in the Capital One Cup means to Carlisle United.
27/08/151h 2m

FL72 Podcast - 20th August

Jonathan Oakes speaks to Southend manager Phil Brown about life in League One, to Gareth Ainsworth about a perfect start to the season and to Sky pundit Andy Hinchcliffe. There's also Ipswich captain Luke Chambers and Hull's Curtis Davies. Plus, your weekly betting tips from Sky Bet's Dale Tempest.
20/08/1550m 34s

FL72 Podcast - 13th August

Jonathan Oakes speaks to MK Dons manager Karl Robinson, Wolves head coach Kenny Jackett, new Sky Sports pundit Ian Holloway and Tom Bradshaw - Walsall's hat-trick hero from the Capital One Cup.
13/08/1550m 29s

FL72 Podcast - 6th August

Jonathan Oakes speaks to Preston manager Simon Grayson, Oxford United boss Michael Appleton and also Sky pundits David Prutton and Peter Beagrie to preview the new Football League season. There's also some tips for your accumulator from Sky Bet's Dale Tempest.
05/08/1552m 58s
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