Published Tuesday, 13 November 2012
As we approach another Northern Ireland match, Laure James returns to host The Social Club with the regular panel of Keith Bailie, Conor McLaughlin and Mark McIntosh.
This week the group delight in Cliftonville's magnificent performance against Linfield, while reflecting on the disappointing behaviour of some of the fans at Solitude.
We also examine the failings of Linfield, posing the question - what would it take for David Jeffrey to leave the club?
Across town, we look into Glentoran's problems, as Ryan Newberry picks up a season long ban and financial problems trouble the east Belfast side again.
Outside of the big smoke, we examine the relative success of both Ballymena United and Coleraine, while also looking at both the relegation battle and the IFA Championship.
Finally, we chat to Northern Ireland international Chris Brunt and welcome PA journalist Rory Dollard into the studio as we preview Northern Ireland's crucial qualifying match against Azerbaijan at Windsor Park.
The Social Club are cautiously optimistic...