Don't forget it's Late Kick Off tonight (Monday) on BBC One at 11.05pm. The regional Football League magazine programme covers a wide-range of issues each week that matter to every supporter of the Football League. This week's highlights include...
Late Kick Off features a special report on English football's great academy revolution. What will the introduction of the Elite Player Performance Plan mean to the clubs in the region, and is it a force for good or bad?
London & South East:
Brentford goalkeeper Richard Lee used to get so nervous before matches that he considered quitting football for good. Now he's the Bees number one keeper. Late Kick Off followed him on matchday as Brentford beat Wycombe 5-2 and learned about some of the unorthodox methods he's employed to conquer his fear of footballing failure.
Late Kick Off speaks to Nottingham Forest chairman Frank Clark, who says it would be "horrendous" if the club went down but thinks they can stay up and push for promotion next season. He says he is disappointed that three of their first choice back four have been allowed to get into the last year of their contract and he wants to make sure a wage structure is restored at the club. He also says that he is acutely aware that the future of the club is at stake.
North East & Cumbria:
Late Kick Off meets Carlisle United's USA international Frank Simek. Frank struggled to settle when he first came to English football and was eventually released by Arsenal. Now he's living the American dream and a spot of English heritage in Cumbria.
Late Kick Off reports from both ends of the John Coleman story. The show is at Spotland to see how the new Rochdale manager fares in his first game in charge and to quiz chairman Chris Dunphy on why Coleman was the man. Sarah Mulkerrins, meanwhile, is at Accrington to see how Stanley will cope without their long-time boss. Coleman will also be a studio guest.
Late Kick Off on BBC One this evening (Monday) at 11.05pm.