Don't bother. Danny Kelly tweeted bum information, the programme was on at 8, not 10 as he put out. Caught the last hour or so, I won't spoil it for anyone but I would say is it is well worth a listen, comes across really well.
Moyes and Allardyce moved on even though you could put your house on neither West Ham or Everton would have been in any relegation trouble with them in charge. Both solid, steady managers who have been binned because the fans demand a better style of football.
I rung up Baker and Kelly on the old Talk Radio asking for anybody who had gone to the recent international friendly. I'd seen an advert in my student union saying "stewards wanted for england match" and a load of us signed up thinking we would be in yellow jackets showing people to their seats, they waited until we were on the motorway until we were told we weren't stewards, we were working in the burger bars. We didn't get into the ground, let alone see a minute of football. It started off alright and I told my story but it went off in a ten minute odessy about lesbian security guards at his local art gallery with really tight trousers and a bloke who allegedly used to ply his trade outside Wembley called Fingerless Frank's Mystery Tacos.
On one level it was a message to the fans, on an another it was setting it out quite clearly to any potential manager of the club exactly what the deal is, no extra money, entertaining football out from the back, use the youths from the academy and work with the existing backroom staff. Anybody who has shown interest in the job must have watched this.
'Look at the crowd, we've got bloody zombies in here,' I remarked to my assistant, Bobby Ferguson, as we were pulling Coventry City to pieces on our home turf. After the game I went public. 'We played well but we've got to get the crowd going,' I told the press. 'We had twenty-five thousand zombies in the ground
Get a load of iron-on transfers (the stuff they make the names and numbers on the shirts from) with the word "OUT" on them. Hand them out before a match so people can iron it on under the Marcus Evans logo on their shirt/training top/coat. I always wear my ITFC training top to work on a Saturday when we're playing, when I got changed tonight I looked down on it and I realised I was a walking billboard advertising his company and name on my chest.