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Tony Husband takes us through the finale to the football league season. All the highs and lows and behind the scenes access.

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30 minutes

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Sun 10 Mar 2013 23:25
BBC One Channel Islands, Oxfordshire, South, South West, West only

The financial health of football

The financial health of football

Late Kick Off  takes a close look at the increasingly difficult financial challenges facing our football clubs.

 

More than two thirds of Football League clubs who responded to a BBC survey say they are worried about the financial health of teams in the world's oldest domestic league.

 

"These are very challenging economic times and football is no more insulated from the effects of the recession than any other sector," a Football League spokesman said.

 

Read the full story on the BBC Sport website.

Carl Fletcher remains open to a return to football

Carl Fletcher remains open to a return to football

Carl Fletcher reflects on his time in football management at Plymouth Argyle.

 

The former Plymouth Argyle manager told BBC Late Kick Off that he has not ruled out returning to football in the future.

 

Read the full story and watch a video interview on the BBC Sport website.

Swindon Town: A new beginning

Swindon Town: A new beginning

BBC Late Kick Off South goes behind the scenes at new-look Swindon Town.

 

Under new chairman Jed McCrory and manager Kevin MacDonald, the Robins are looking to continue their chase for back-to-back promotions.

 

MacDonald succeeded Paolo Di Canio in February and saw his side draw 2-2 with Walsall on his first home game as boss on Saturday.

 

Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.

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