Episode 100 – The state of play

We’ve made it! In a bumper commemorative edition of WAGU, the boys celebrate our 100th show with a wide range of guests and a very special quiz.

First up, with a quarter of the season gone, we look at the state of play in each division and ask – which clubs are exceeding expectations and which are falling short? Rob Langham, co-founder of the non-partisan Football League blog ‘The Two Unfortunates‘, and Mark O’Haire, content manager for Sportingbet and co-founder of ‘We Love Betting‘ join us.

With the race for the promotion spots in League Two becoming increasingly congested, Fleetwood Town captain Mark Roberts is also on the line to tell us about their start to the season, plus reflect on life under Graham Alexander after moving to the club this summer from Stevenage.

Elsewhere, there’s a review of the weekend’s action, our verdict on Tony Mowbray’s dismissal from the Riverside – plus the welcome return of a special guest for… the Allan Johnston Paint Trophy! You can also win a copy of Football Manager 2014.

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