Aaron Paul is joined by Derby County defender Curtis Davies and Preston North End manager Ryan Lowe.
The guys share their thoughts on Chris Maguire’s controversial celebration in Lincoln’s 3-1 win at Sunderland. After scoring the first goal of his hat-trick, Maguire celebrated right in front of the Sunderland manager Lee Johnson, who released him from the Stadium of Light last summer/
Curtis takes us inside the Derby dressing room, which is full of optimism after three wins and one draw in their last four matches. Can they perform a miracle and stay in the Championship, despite their 21 point deduction?
Former Reading defender Ady Williams joins us to talk about the demise of their season after that 7-0 thrashing at home to Fulham. With the team also out of the FA Cup after losing to non-league Kidderminster, is the Reading manager Veljko Paunović’s job under threat?
Tranmere Rovers manager Micky Mellon drops by to discuss why he re-joined the club after a year managing Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership and how being the lowest scorers in the top half of League Two won’t necessarily affect his chances of securing a third promotion with the club.
And Ryan takes this opportunity to thank the Plymouth Argyle fans for their support in his two and a half years at the club, explaining how difficult his decision to leave Home Park was and why he wasn’t able to address supporters at the time. Ryan also discusses what the step up to Championship management has been like so far and what he hopes to achieve with Preston.
01.33 – Chris Maguire explaining his celebration
02.04 – Ryan and Curtis’ thoughts on Maguire’s actions
05.24 – Curtis on Derby’s hopes of a miracle
12.49 – Ady Williams on Reading’s demise
22.13 – Micky Mellon on Tranmere’s promotion hopes
32.01 – Ryan explains decision to leave Plymouth and Preston ambitions