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Sky Sports EFL Podcast
Each week we bring you the biggest stories from the EFL, hear the thoughts of Sky Sports' best Football League analysts and some of the biggest names in the EFL.
January 25, 2021
McCarthyisms, Cantwell's odd boots and transfer latest
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Don Goodman and commentator Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest news from the Championship, League One and League Two.The panel take a look at all the latest EFL action and transfer latest, assess the appointment of Mick McCarthy at Cardiff and we hear from Norwich's Todd Cantwell in Ten To Tackle.All that and much more!
January 18, 2021
Rooney takes permanent charge, Harlee's heroes & transfer latest
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Andy Hinchcliffe and commentator David Stowell to discuss all the latest action in the Championship, League One and League Two.Wayne Rooney took permanent charge of Derby for the first time at the weekend, but saw them slip to defeat at home to Rotherham, while the leading pair of Norwich and Swansea enjoyed wins again, as Bournemouth slipped up at home to Luton.The panel also assess the latest big bits of transfer business done across the EFL, while we hear from Birmingham defender Harlee Dean in Ten To Tackle as he reveals who his hero was growing up, the best player he's ever played with and more.All that and much more!
January 11, 2021
Cupsets, Kazim-Richards & transfer latest
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Keith Andrews and presenter David Prutton to take a look at all the action from the weekend - including some important results in League One and League Two and some big performances from EFL sides in the FA Cup.We also hear from veteran Derby forward Colin Kazim-Richards as he takes on Ten To Tackle to discuss his fascinating nomadic career, while the podcast also looks at all the latest managerial departures and biggest transfer deals so far in the January window.All that and much more!
January 4, 2021
Covid cancellations and managerial merry-go-rounds
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Andy Hinchcliffe and presenter Caroline Barker to look back on the Covid-hit festive season in the Championship, League One and League Two.There were also a raft of managerial departures and the panel take a look at the departure of Tony Pulis from Sheffield Wednesday, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink replacing Jake Buxton at Burton, and Paul Hurst coming in for Ian Holloway at Grimsby.We also hear from Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster in Ten To Tackle, assess the form of Jamal Lowe at Swansea and the struggles of Birmingham.All that and much more!
December 21, 2020
Watford's new boss, Brentford's 'M' still motoring & Hanley takes Ten to Tackle
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Don Goodman and commentator Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.There was yet another managerial change at Watford, as Vladimir Ivic made way and Xisco Munoz came in. Norwich are turning into runaway leaders after yet another win, and Bryan Mbeumo, who looks to have returned to top form for Brentford.We also look at whether Middlesbrough can make a promotion charge under Neil Warnock, and we hear from Norwich captain Grant Hanley in Ten To Tackle.Attention then turns to League One as Portsmouth went top after a big win at Hull and Lincoln moved back into the top two, and great wins for Crewe and Gillingham.Then in League Two the panel take a look at Forest Green's charge into the automatic-promotion spots, Walsall's fantastic form, Oldham and Max Watters' goalscoring prowess at Crawley.All that and much more!
December 14, 2020
Are the Swans contenders? Can Forest go down?
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Keith Andrews and commentator Daniel Mann to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.Swansea announced themselves as genuine contenders for automatic promotion with a statement win at Cardiff on Saturday, while Teemu Pukki seems to be back to his best for Norwich and Bournemouth recorded a thumping win.At the other end of the table there seem to be real concerns for Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday - who have both failed to improve under Chris Hughton and Tony Pulis respectively, while the panel debates whether Rotherham can survive in the Championship this season.Attention then turns to League One and a big win for Lee Johnson and Sunderland, the issues of Deja vu that seem to be emerging for Ipswich and Paul Lambert, and the effect of fans returning at Peterborough, Crewe and elsewhere.Then in League Two we look at the fantastic form of Carlisle, a massive win for Exeter, the progression of Leyton Orient under Ross Embleton and a first home win of the season for Southend. There were also two more managerial departures as Stuart McCall left Bradford, and David Dunn left Barrow.All that and much more!
December 7, 2020
Will Norwich & Bournemouth bounce right back?
Jonathan Oakes is joined by presenter David Prutton and pundit Andy Hinchcliffe to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.Fans have returned to some stadiums across the last week, and the panel assess the impact they had as Reading and Norwich won on Saturday, with a detailed look too at Bournemouth and Stoke.Following that is an assessment of Sheffield Wednesday's struggle for goals under Tony Pulis, and we hear from Reading's Liam Moore as he takes on Ten To Tackle.Attention then turns to League One, after Lee Johnson led Sunderland to defeat in his first game in charge against Wigan. While Ipswich got back to winning ways, Peterborough's poor run and Blackpool's flying form. Then it is League Two after some dramatic wins for Port Vale and Cheltenham, the plight of Bradford and Grimsby, and then the rescue package being delivered for the EFL.All that and much more!
November 30, 2020
The fans will return again! More change at Sunderland, Pontus loves Aladdin
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Don Goodman and commentator David Stowell to discuss all the latest action from the Championship, League One and League Two.The panel dissects another busy weekend of Championship action, all the latest in managerial changes throughout the leagues after Phil Parkinson left Sunderland and Shrewsbury changed manager.There is also a look ahead to the imminent return of fans in some EFL grounds this week, and we also hear from Brentford defender Pontus Jansson in Ten To Tackle.All that and much more!
November 23, 2020
Benitez? Balotelli? Steve Cook!
Jonathan Oakes is joined by pundit Keith Andrews and presenter Caroline Barker to review all the weekend's action in the Sky Bet EFL.In the Championship there was a big comeback win for Bournemouth as they saw off Reading - who slumped to a fourth straight defeat to drop from the top of the table.Norwich went top after sneaking past Middlesbrough, Stoke saw off Huddersfield in a seven-goal thriller, and Bristol City beat a Derby side managed in part by player-coach Wayne Rooney.The panel also take a look at all the big moments in League One and Two, while we also hear from Bournemouth defender Steve Cook in Ten To Tackle and assess the return of five substitutions to the EFL.
November 16, 2020
Cocu out, Rooney in? Pulis for Monk & Angus Gunn
Jonathan Oakes is joined by presenter David Prutton and commentator Gary Weaver to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.There was a rest weekend for the Championship, but the league didn't stop as Derby sacked Phillip Cocu - with Wayne Rooney one of the coaches set to take temporary charge of the club - and Sheffield Wednesday sacked Garry Monk, before replacing him with Tony Pulis.There was also a hectic weekend of action in League One and League Two, as Bristol Rovers sacked Ben Garner following a 4-1 defeat at home to Fleetwood, John Sheridan took charge of Swindon for the first time after leaving Wigan, and there were defeats for Peterborough and Sunderland to Crewe and MK Dons respectively.In League Two we saw Nigel Clough steer Mansfield to a first victory in his first league game in charge, Bolton get a big win over Salford, and we review the rest of the weekend's action.