Published Wednesday, 20 February 2013
This week the panel discuss Saturday's débâcle at Seaview, when the Premiership match between Crusaders and Cliftonville was postponed due to a loyalist flag protest on the Shore Road.
Conor gives his perspective on the day's events outside the ground, while Mark gives us insight from within the stadium.
In this no holds barred edition, called A Season In Hand, The Social Club hit out at the politicians and protesters that forced the North Belfast derby to be abandoned, while also busting a few myths about Saturday's events.
We also discuss Glentoran's financial woes as the east Belfast club makes the headlines for the wrong reason once again.
On the field, we talk about Glentoran's 1-1 with Linfield and their progress in the Setanta Cup.
We also take a trip to Warrenpoint where we hear from the leading lights in the Championship, with interviews from, Town boss Barry Gray and Ards manager Niall Currie.
B Division Bailie reveals the five teams who have applied to join next season's Championship.
The team also reflect on Northern Ireland's disappointing 0-0 with Malta.
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