Don't forget Late Kick Off is on BBC One tonight at 11.05pm (Monday). The regional Football League magazine programme gets to grips with what matters to supporters, the issues they are talking about, and follows the ups and downs of your local club on and off the pitch. The highlights of this week's programme include:
Late Kick Off East features a candid profile of Peterborough United's charismatic chairman Darragh McAnthony, reflecting on the past, present and future of the club and his hopes for a bright new era at Posh.
London & South East
Crystal Palace and Watford met in the Championship this weekend with both teams fielding a host of players to have come through their successful youth acadamies. The two clubs have differing viewpoints on whether the Elite Player Performance Plan, which will come into force this summer, will help or hinder their ability to continue to develop young talent.
Late Kick Off Midlands are focussing on the battle to avoid relegation from the Championship and also feature a young footballer from Stoke who's hoping it's third time lucky. After rejection by Stoke and Everton, Chris Smith has won a contract with Swindon in a competition.
North East & Cumbria
It wasn't acceptable in the '80s but is fake the way forward? The Football League has just announced that it will consider the return of artificial pitches. The technology has moved on a bit, and Cumbrian company SIS make synthetic pitches. Late Kick Off North East & Cumbria speak to them, and Northern League side Durham City are the highest-placed team in the league pyramid to play on an artificial pitch. There's also views from Carlisle and Hartlepool on the idea.
Late Kick Off North West gets an inside look at how Accrington Stanley conducted the search for their first new manager in 12 years. They're at the Crown Ground as the Paul Cook era gets off to the worst possible start.
South, South West and West
Find out how Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio made a dream come true. A competition to win a year-long pro contract with Swindon has just come to an end and one has been chosen from 5,000 hopefuls.
Yorkshire & Lincolnshire
The focus is on the managerial merry-go-round. Neil Warnock has arrived at Leeds United while Lee Clark has been shown the door at Huddersfield Town. And there's also on feature on Sheffield Wednesday's most famous fan, Tangoman.
BBC One tonight at 11.05pm.