19th January 2018 - Hartlepool United, Salford City and Worksop Town
Reflecting on the sad news of the deaths of Non League Legends Cyrille Regis and Kevin McGoldrick former physio at Slough Town, Tim Fuell and Dave Anderson take a look at some of the biggest stories in non league football this week.
With no official statements forthcoming from the club, Mark Carruthers returns to the show to give his insight and thoughts on the financial situation at Hartlepool United and also on the move from Gateshead to Port Vale by Luke Hannant.
Ahead of their big top of the table clash v Harrogate Town, Salford City's joint-manager Anthony Johnson gives his thoughts on being top of the table 8 points clear with 16 games to go and what it's like being full-time, working alongside one of your oldest friends in the spotlight at one of non-league's most famous clubs of the era.
Despite being possibly the 4th oldest football club in the world, Worksop Town have had little to celebrate in step 5 in recent years until this week. Media manager Jake Brown reveals more about this week's takeover that has seen three new hands-on owners, past debts of over half a million pounds expunged and a new business plan already put into action.
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