Fans of the NL Full Time podcast are enjoying a bumper show this week after it returned for the season!
Released for download on iTunes and Spotify on Sunday night, the second show of the 2019/20 campaign features England C goalkeeping coach Mick Payne looking back on what can only be described as a crazy week for National League bosses.
Three was certainly not the magic number for Dave Challoner at AFC Fylde and Garry Hill at Ebbsfleet as both lost their jobs.
NL Full Time’s co-host and founder Chris Pratt also caught up with the third member of the unfortunate trio, Craig Hignett, following his last match in charge of Hartlepool at Stockport County.
It isn’t all about the bad news for bosses with Luke Edwards finding out for listeners what’s been firing up Harrogate Town striker Brendan Kiernan’s recent golden form.
The unwanted headlines following weekend postponements caused by rail chaos at AFC Fylde, Stockport County and Barrow are also dissected as Dickie Worton joins the discussion.
Along with the rest of the team, he also looks back on the best of the action on Non-League Day 2019.
The team running NL Full Time returned last week with their usual smorgasbord of National League chat and interviews smattered with titbits.
The podcast was originally launched in January 2017 by The Non-League Paper’s Stockport County writer Pratt and Brandon Smith to provide a Final Score-type show on Saturday evenings.
It later morphed into its current format, a Sunday podcast focusing on the big news and stories around National League’s three divisions.
Smith, a student who followed Bognor Regis Town, now commentates on FIFA X Box and PlayStation tournaments all over the world.
As well as Pratt, four other journalists and Non-League broadcasters contribute to the show – BBC Surrey’s Aldershot commentator Rob Worrall, AFC Telford’s media man Worton, Hyde United scribe Edwards and snapper and Met Police supporter Thom Lang.
Serena Orsi-Dadamo has also started contributing and is being tipped to help to deliver more great content this season.
Follow the podcast on Twitter at @NLFullTime. Available on iTunes and Spotify, click here to download Sunday’s latest pod.