Sun, 24 May 15
3 days remaining
Hull fans will be left down in the doldrums tonight after they were the third and final team consigned to the Championship next season. Newcastle, however, silenced the doom-mongers with victory over the now unemployed Sam Allardyce and West Ham. Jermaine Beckford bagged a hattrick for Preston in the League One Playoff Final as they put Swindon to the sword with a 4-0 win. Liverpool fans inundated the show, venting their vitriol at Brendan Rodgerâs, as they slumped to defeat against Stoke. While many, including Robbie, are touting Mark Hughes for the Anfield hotseat, should the Anfield board decide to wield the axe. In their final 606 of the season, Darren and Robbie look back and reflect on a memorable season of football up and down the leagues.
Sat, 23 May 15
2 days remaining
Ian Wright and Kelly Cates get reaction to Southend’s dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Wycombe in the League Two Play-off final. Extra-time and penalties meant the show was much shorter than usual, but there was still plenty of time for fans to give their end of term reports on their clubs ahead of the final day of the Premier League season. Ian also takes your questions on Ask Wrighty. Find out whether he would live in a cinema and eat what they served for a year.
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