Published Tuesday, 27 March 2012
The Setanta Sports Cup is also given a dressing down (although the team are unstoppable in their admiration for Crusaders).
The Social Club is back to full complement for this fortnight's episode, in which the gang keeps a close eye on Northern Ireland's exported footballers in Scotland and England, confident Manchester United's Jonny Evans has now buried any previous traces of poor form, and commending Rangers duo Andy Little and Kyle Lafferty.
Kenny Shiels and son Dean are also lauded for their Scottish League Cup success over Celtic.
Keith talks about how a top flight with Ballinamallard United could look and looks at Larne's freefall as he offers up a generous helping of Championship 1 and Championship 2, while the team examine the unending despair of the Premiership drop zone (turn off now Carrick Rangers fans).
Frank Mitchell also makes a guest appearance with another special round of Irish League-themed Weather Watchers, the foursome give their thoughts on the JJB Sports Irish Cup semi final between Crusaders and Dungannon Swifts and discuss the potential fate of Ballymena United.