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Bringing you the news and views, and whole lot more, from each division, FL Radio features a number of special guests each week to talk all things Football League.
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In a bumper edition of FL Radio, Matt Holland is joined at Football League headquarters in London by four special guests - Brentford manager Mark Warburton; Barnet boss Martin Allen; former Charlton Athletic manager Chris Powell and ex-League defender Adam Virgo - to discuss the biggest stories from the past Sky Bet Football League season, including:
Highlights - With promotion and relegation finally sealed, we look back on our favourite moments and teams of the season past.
Manager sackings - With 29 managers losing their jobs this season in The Football League, Mark Warburton warns of the lessons football can learn from his old job trading in the City.
The lack of black managers - After Chris Powell's sacking this season, there are no black managers in the top five English divisions. We hear what Chris himself thinks can be done to change this statistic.
Foreign owners - After witnessing a foreign owner come in at Charlton, Chris and the panel discuss the merits of these new ownership structures being introduced to English football.
Financial fair play - With the first year of FFP coming to a close, the panel debate what impact the regulations will have on Football League clubs.
B Teams - After Greg Dyke's headline plan for the future of English football, NextGen Tournament founder Mark Warburton offers his perspective on how B teams can function well across the rest of Europe and how to improve our young players.
Predictions for next season - There's no time to waste as 2014/15 will soon be upon us, so our panel offer their predictions for the coming year in The Football League.
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