Tim Sherwood will discuss his sacking by Tottenham on this week's Goals on Sunday.
The former White Hart Lane coach was handed an 18-month contract in December after stepping in following Andre Villas-Boas' dismissal. However, despite achieving the highest Premier League win rate of any Spurs boss, Sherwood was relieved of his duties on Tuesday.
Ben and Kammy will quiz the ex-midfielder on his spell in the Tottenham hotseat and ask him what he could have done differently to retain his managerial post.
With Spurs finishing the season in sixth spot, 10 points off the coveted Champions League qualifying places, they'll also get Sherwood's verdict on what the club must do to break into the top four.
They'll also give Sherwood the opportunity expand on a number of topics he spoke out about during his time in charge - from the players' commitment and ability levels to his treatment by the Spurs board, including chairman Daniel Levy.
Also in the studio will be Sherwood's assistant during his time in charge, Les Ferdinand.
The former Spurs striker will also have his say on events at Tottenham during the 2013/14 season and discuss what lies ahead for the North London outfit.
Plus, we'll also bring you goals from the Scottish Cup Final, Southend v Burton play-off, look back on the La Liga title decider and chat about Gareth Bale's first season in Spain's top flight.
Goals on Sunday: 11am, Sun, Sky Sports 1 HD