Episode 126 - Vintage Clarets

The boys return after an Easter feast of football, which finally saw the Ginger Mourinho secure his date with Jose Mourinho next season. Sean Dyche and Burnley clinched their long awaited promotion to the Premier League with successive wins against Blackpool and Wigan.


So, just how did the Clarets manage to upset the odds so dramatically? Plus, can they learn the lessons of four years ago and survive relegation next year? We reflect on this season's most remarkable success story with Chris Boden, chief football writer at The Burnley Express.


Meanwhile, another side still basking in the dizzy glow of promotion glory are Brentford. The Bees were promoted from League One following their dramatic victory over Preston on Good Friday. One year on from THAT penalty miss by Marcello Trotta, we catch up with a jubilant Nick Bruzon, author of Brentford blog 'The Last Word', to talk Mark Warburton, life in the Championship and players in pubs.


Down the bottom, it was a different story for Stevenage. Boro lost twice over Easter to make it ten games without a win and finally confirm their relegation back to League Two. We're joined by Steve Watkins, Stevenage commentator for BBC Three Counties Radio, who discusses what the future holds now for Graham Westley.


Elsewhere, Leicester and Wolves become champions, Yeovil and Shrewsbury are staring down the barrel, while Torquay continue to cling on (for the time being). There's also Luton's promotion and ineligible players to discuss, plus Mark poses the question - do York City have the worst toilets in football? All that plus Steve Donaldson tells us more about his club Port Vale…


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