So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye. It's a packed final podcast of the 2014/15 season - thank you to everyone who has listened to us and supported us this year, as ever.
Norwich City are back in the Barclays Premier League at the first time of asking, after a superb 2-0 win against a below-par Middlesbrough in the Championship play-off final on Monday. The Canaries sealed victory with goals from Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond in front of over 85,000 at Wembley.
We also have an exclusive chat with the departing Brentford manager Mark Warburton, who joins us in the studio to reflect on a fantastic year for the Bees. They finished fifth in their first season in the second tier for over twenty years. We also ask Mark about where he sees himself going next.
There's also an interview with the Birmingham skipper Paul Robinson, who reflects on the job done by Gary Rowett since taking over at St Andrew's. The Blues finished inside the Championship top ten after three straight wins to end the season.
In addition, we reflect on the League One and League Two play-off finals over the weekend, which saw promotions confirmed for both Preston and Southend. Richard Foster, the author of a new book about the play-offs called 'The Agony & The Ecstasy', also joins us.
Plus, we have the results of this season's Fantasy Football and the dreaded playback of our pre season predictions...
**Our young players special will now be coming out over the summer**
Thanks for listening this season!
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THE podcast for Football League fans, since 2011. Hosted by Mark Crossley and David Cameron Walker. Features interviews with players, journalists and managers - plus live games, special shows and mini documentaries. Mixes serious interviews, analysis and debate with fun and humour. Covers all 72 clubs.
Nominated by The Football Supporters Federation for Podcast Of The Year 2013.