Episode 105 - Graham Turner profile

This week the boys celebrate a huge managerial milestone in the Football League. Graham Turner was first appointed as the player/manager of Shrewsbury Town on November 21st 1978. Thirty-five years on, he's STILL in the Shrewsbury dugout - and busy pushing his side towards a top half finish in League One. We speak to Stuart Dunn, BBC Radio Shropshire's Shrewsbury commentator, about Turner's incredible career.


Elsewhere, Portsmouth have sacked manager Guy Whittingham after Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Scunthorpe. The loss was Pompey's fourth in a row and leaves them struggling down in 18th place in League Two. Bob Beech, chairman of fans group 'SOS Pompey' joins the boys to discuss his departure.


Elsewhere, there's a review of the weekend's big stories including Dave Jones under more pressure and Peterborough in a pickle - plus Jon Moonie tells us more about his club Watford…


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