It's been another busy week in the Football League.
Sheffield United have announced Nigel Clough as their new manager, Middlesbrough have parted company with Tony Mowbray and Leyton Orient's unbeaten record has come to an end.
Simon Thomas and Peterborough midfielder Grant McCann will reflect on that drama - and polish off some coffee - in the FL72 café on Thursday evening, while they will also look ahead to this weekend's fixtures in the Football League.
Perhaps the most eye-catching of those is the top-of-the-table clash in the Championship between league leaders Burnley and second-placed QPR, but there will be ample chat about the other clashes, too...
CHAMPIONSHIP - Down at the foot of the division, there is a crucial meeting between Yorkshire rivals Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday, while Yeovil, currently propping up the standings, host promotion-chasing Nottingham Forest. We'll assess what may transpire
LEAGUE ONE - Days after losing to Coventry, Leyton Orient will be looking to bounce back when they welcome Rotherham to Brisbane Road, especially with their nearest challengers, McCann's Peterborough, facing out-of-sorts Colchester. We'll preview those encounters
LEAGUE TWO - Hartlepool have won five games in a row in all competitions - presumably leaving Jeff Stelling cock-a-hoop - and will be aiming to make it six in Saturday's duel with Dagenham & Redbridge. Our boys will discuss their chances
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