Episode 165 - Lambert back in business

Paul Lambert is back in football management after signing a two and a half year contract to succeed Gary Bowyer as Blackburn boss. With Rovers struggling in 16th place in the Championship (and still under a transfer embargo), the boys are joined by Paul Wheelock - Blackburn reporter for the Lancashire Telegraph, to discuss whether or not Lambert can succeed in turning things round at Ewood Park.


We also run the rule over Fulham's decision to sack Kit Symons, after just over a year in charge at Craven Cottage. Jon Norman, talkSPORT reporter and Fulham fan, joins us to discuss the squad, the chairman Shahid Khan and who he wants in charge next - Nigel Pearson or Steve Clarke?


There's also the latest on Bolton, the goalkeeper who waited thirteen years for his Football League debut... and the brand new #EFL. Are you for or against the Football League's rebrand? Let us know.


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