Episode 141 - Live from Craven Cottage

With Mark back (just about in one piece) from Japan, the boys headed on down to a freezing cold Craven Cottage for a Bonfire Night clash between two of the Championship's struggling sides, Fulham and Blackpool.


After the debacle under Felix Magath, the Cottagers are rebuilding under new permanent boss Kit Symons, with four wins, two draws and two defeats in the last eight. Despite the absence of the suspended Ross McCormack, could they make it four home wins in a row against the Tangerines? You'll hear from the editor of the Fulham fanzine 'There's only one F in Fulham' David Lloyd, plus fans outside the ground.


As for Blackpool, it's been an absolute disaster so far. Bottom of the table with only one win in sixteen games, plus a second new manager of the season in charge, in the shape of ex Fulham midfielder Lee Clark. We speak to Seasiders' fans outside the ground to get their thoughts on Clark's arrival, their chances of surviving relegation - and controversial chairman Karl Oyston.


There's also match highlights, Japanese culinary 'delights' and talk of forgotten mascots - plus Stuart Pearce under pressure at the City Ground...


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