Episode 110 - Lomas leaves Lions

Happy New Year! The boys are here with their final show of a memorable 2013.

It's fair to say the writing was on the wall for Steve Lomas. He was finally put out of his misery and sacked after Millwall were thrashed 4-0 at Watford on Boxing Day. He leaves the club just above the Championship relegation zone after just five league wins all season. We speak to Nick Hart, co-presenter of The Millwall Hangover Podcast, to find out where the Lions should turn next.

Elsewhere, the issue of safe standing in football is back on the agenda. The Football League has sent a consultation document to all 72 clubs seeking their views. We consider the pros and cons with Joseph Clift, co-editor of the website 'One Foot In The Game', who are backing the FSF campaign for it to be reintroduced.

There's also the January transfer window to discuss. With Nahki Wells rumoured to be on the move, we find out more about him from Dominic Newton-Collinge of the award winning Bantams Banter podcast. Dom also reflects on a stunning year for Bradford, arguably the Football League's team of 2013.

There's all that, a review of the Christmas action and Geoff Hawley on supporting his club AFC Wimbledon.

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We're back in 2014. Happy New Year!