Published Thursday, 12 April 2012
In the Social Club's latest podcast back-up presenter Keith Bailie deputises for Laure James, who failed a late fitness test.
They touch on Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton and Portadown boss Ronnie McFall, talk about the JJB Sports Irish Cup, the relegation battle in the Carling Premiership and the all-important IFA Championship and whether Paul 'Windy' Millar really will be better off without Larne.
Stay tuned for some chat about Crusaders' chances in the Setanta Sports Cup and Northern Ireland's descent in the FIFA rankings to triple figures.
The lads chat about Darren Murphy's remarkable show of sportsmanship, when the Dungannon Swifts player/manager deliberately passed the ball to the Ballymena United goalkeeper rather than taking a penalty and Keith labels the incredible 4-all draw between Carrick Rangers and Glenavon as 'the game of the second half of the season' and admits he was wrong to have tweeted idly about steam trains instead of affording the match the credit it clearly deserved.
Oh, and they solve every one of football's problems before these 49 minutes and 53 seconds are out.