Episode 151 - Bristol City win at Wembley

Bristol City picked up the Johnstone's Paint Trophy for a record third time with a 2-0 win against Walsall on Sunday, in front of a crowd of over 72,000 people at Wembley Stadium. It marks the first silverware of a remarkable season for the Robins, who are hot favourites to clinch promotion to the Championship (and the League One title) in the next few weeks.


 


We find out more about Sunday's final and an incredible season for Steve Cotterill at Ashton Gate from Paul Binning, author of the Bristol City blog The Exiled Robin.


 


Elsewhere, Notts County have sacked manager Shaun Derry following a run of just three wins from their last twenty-four games. It leaves the Magpies teetering on the brink of relegation to League Two. We discuss where Notts go next with Jacob Daniel, the deputy editor of Notts County’s Black and White fanzine.


 


There's also Sheffield Wednesday's late show, Preston's promotion chances and Hartlepool on the charge to discuss - plus DC tells us more about his very special international break...


 


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