Episodes

Episode 165 - Lambert back in business  

Paul Lambert is back in football management after signing a two and a half year contract to succeed Gary Bowyer as Blackburn boss. With Rovers struggling in 16th place in the Championship (and still under a transfer embargo), the boys are joined by Paul Wheelock - Blackburn reporter for the Lancashire Telegraph, to discuss whether or not Lambert can succeed in turning things round at Ewood Park.

 

We also run the rule over Fulham's decision to sack Kit Symons, after just over a year in charge at Craven Cottage. Jon Norman, talkSPORT reporter and Fulham fan, joins us to discuss the squad, the chairman Shahid Khan and who he wants in charge next - Nigel Pearson or Steve Clarke?

 

There's also the latest on Bolton, the goalkeeper who waited thirteen years for his Football League debut... and the brand new #EFL. Are you for or against the Football League's rebrand? Let us know.

 

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Mini Episode: #SaveTheCobblers  

We bring you a special mini episode this week, featuring an interview with James Averill of the Northampton Town Supporters' Trust.

 

The Cobblers are in financial crisis, and have been issued with a winding up order by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), who are owed £166,000 by the club. A date for the case has been set at the High Court for Monday November 16th, when the club could be liquidated.

 

Northampton Borough Council is also owed £10.25 million by the club - and last week it was revealed that players and staff at Sixfields were not being paid.

 

James explains the problems, discusses the recent death of Cobblers fan Brian Lomax (the man who invented supporters' trusts) and his vision for the future of the club.

 

Here is the Crowdfunding link if you want to contribute: https://crowdfunding.justgiving.com/ntfctrust

 

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Episode 164 - The season so far  

With November almost upon us, the boys pause to reflect on the opening three months of the 2015/16 Football League season so far. What have we learned? Which teams have upset the odds? and how long will Steve Evans last at Leeds? All the big questions are addressed.

 

Our guests are familiar to long term listeners. Rob Langham is the co-founder of the The Two Unfortunates, and helps us run the rule over events in the Championship. Mark O'Haire is the editor of We Love Betting and discusses the season so far in both League One and League Two.

 

Topics on the agenda include the rise of Brighton & Hove Albion under Chris Hughton, the plight of Bolton Wanderers... and Paul Cook's impressive impact at Portsmouth. Plus Crewe Alexandra - relegation certainties or worth a 80/1 punt?

 

There's all that and DC celebrates a very special birthday in style! Or, er, in a sweltering studio...

 

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Episode 163 - Live from Nottingham  

As our special month of themed shows continues, the boys take a trip to one of England's most historic footballing cities, Nottingham. Things aren't exactly going to plan at the moment for either Notts County or Nottingham Forest - we ask, why?

 

In a live special recorded at Meadow Lane during the Magpies' home game against Plymouth in Sky Bet League Two, we speak to Notts fans and the freelance sports journalist Paul Smith, who's been following the club for many years. We also catch up with Chris Errington, football editor at The Plymouth Herald, as the Pilgrims look to build on an impressive start to the season. There's also the thoughts of Argyle's 'Green Army', plus we bring you our take on the afternoon's game... and hear from both managers, Ricardo Moniz and Derek Adams.

 

There's all that and a special interview with Jonny Owen, Director of I Believe In Miracles, a new movie which opens nationwide on Tuesday this week - all about Nottingham Forest's European Cup triumphs under Brian Clough.

 

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Episode 162 - Cult Heroes Special  

This week the boys celebrate the cult heroes of the Football League - those players greatly admired by fans, who didn't necessarily get the credit they deserved. We talk everyone from Stuart McCall to Kevin Ellison, Jimmy Glass to Jason Lee and Scotty Murray to Laurent D'Jaffo. Features contributions from fans of various clubs.

 

There's also an interview with the former Ipswich midfielder Matt Holland, who became a cult hero with fans at Portman Road. We talk playing in Europe, playing at Wembley and playing with Paolo Di Canio.

 

There's all that plus our take on a busy week of managerial departures - including Marinus Dijkhuizen, Steve Evans, Graham Alexander and Terry Butcher (surprise surprise). Oh and Mark can't resist celebrating Bury's fantastic form in League One...

 

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Mini Episode: Who's your club's cult hero?  

Apologies for our absence! Technology has conspired against us in the last couple of weeks.

 

However, we're back in October with a month of specials!

 

Next week, it's YOUR cult heroes. We need THE cult hero at your club. All you need to do is e-mail your suggestions via wearegoingup.co.uk , record thirty seconds of yourself talking about the player (and email it to wagupodcast@gmail.com) or simply tweet us... @WAGUpodcast.

 

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Episode 161 - Dickov departs  

The Football League's first two managerial changes of the new season are the big talking points this week.

 

After just one win from their opening six League One games, Doncaster Rovers have sacked boss Paul Dickov. We find out more about the decision from Liam Hoden, sports reporter at the Doncaster Free Press.

 

It's a similar story for Peterborough United, who this week axed boss Dave Robertson just half a dozen games into the new season. We get the views of three Posh fans who were on the show six months ago... talkSPORT's Adrian Durham, football writer John Verrall and Standing On The Glebe podcaster Jamie Jones.

 

There's all that, the transfer window, Calvin Andrew's scoring record... and we ask... just what IS Channel 5's new highlights show actually called?

 

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Episode 160 – Carlisle to Plymouth (and back)  

This week the boys are joined by Iain MacIntosh, football writer for ESPN FC and editor of The Set Pieces and author of 'Football Manager Stole My Life'. On Tuesday morning Iain joined 168 other hardy souls in making the 779-mile round trip to watch Carlisle United lose 4-1 away at Plymouth Argyle in Sky Bet League Two. Iain recounts the story of the trip, including the characters he met and the cult of the hardcore away supporter. We also read out your tweets about horror away days.

 

In League One, Coventry City have made a flying start to the new season. The Sky Blues have won three out of three so far - we talk to Andy Turner, Coventry City reporter at the Coventry Telegraph, to discuss Tony Mowbray, the quality of the squad he has assembled... and whether they can make a promotion push...

 

There's all that, Bristol City splashing the cash, Charlie Austin's future... and THAT penalty at Swindon to discuss...

 

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Episode 159 - Mike Calvin Interview and Football on 5  

This week we bring you a special feature length interview with the multi award-winning sports journalist and author Mike Calvin. Mike is a columnist for The Independent on Sunday and has just published his new book book 'Living on the Volcano: The Secrets of Surviving as a Football Manager'. Mike gives us his unique insight into what life as a Football League manager is really like, drawn from his experiences of interviewing the likes of Gareth Ainsworth, Shaun Derry, Micky Adams and Martin Ling.

 

Elsewhere, we've our reflections on a chaotic first week of the new season, which included fourteen upsets in the Capital One Cup first round. There's also our verdict on Channel 5's brand new highlights show 'Football League Tonight', hosted by Kelly Cates and George Riley - which premiered in its new Saturday night slot at 9pm last Saturday.

 

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Episode 158 - Season Preview 15/16  

We're BACK! The brand new Football League season gets underway on Friday night... and We Are Going Up returns for season number five.

 

Mark Crossley and David Cameron Walker kick off proceedings with a special bumper long preview podcast, looking ahead to the next ten months in The Championship, League One and League Two.

 

The boys are joined by Sheffield Wednesday fan and Sky Sports News HQ presenter David Garrido, who gives his take on the appointment of Carlos Carvalhal and a busy summer at Hillsborough. He also fills us in on Tuesday's #92Live... and THAT waxing of Phil Brown.

 

We also speak to Paul Kendrick, football correspondent of the Wigan Evening Post, as Gary Caldwell prepares to lead the Latics to promotion from League One. Can they bounce back at the first time of asking?

 

Plus Adam Lord from The Visitor in Morecambe is on to talk Jim Bentley, Kevin Ellison and Graham the pie man... as the Shrimps prepare for another season in League Two.

 

We're also joined by Mark Langdon, digital football editor of The Racing Post, who runs the rule over everything you need to know before placing your pre season bets... AND yes, our infamous predictions return.

 

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Episode 157 - Norwich bounce back  

So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye. It's a packed final podcast of the 2014/15 season - thank you to everyone who has listened to us and supported us this year, as ever.

 

Norwich City are back in the Barclays Premier League at the first time of asking, after a superb 2-0 win against a below-par Middlesbrough in the Championship play-off final on Monday. The Canaries sealed victory with goals from Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond in front of over 85,000 at Wembley.

 

We reflect on their promotion and the incredible turnaround at Carrow Road under Alex Neil, with Michael Bailey, sports journalist at the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News.

 

We also have an exclusive chat with the departing Brentford manager Mark Warburton, who joins us in the studio to reflect on a fantastic year for the Bees. They finished fifth in their first season in the second tier for over twenty years. We also ask Mark about where he sees himself going next.

 

There's also an interview with the Birmingham skipper Paul Robinson, who reflects on the job done by Gary Rowett since taking over at St Andrew's. The Blues finished inside the Championship top ten after three straight wins to end the season.

 

In addition, we reflect on the League One and League Two play-off finals over the weekend, which saw promotions confirmed for both Preston and Southend. Richard Foster, the author of a new book about the play-offs called 'The Agony & The Ecstasy', also joins us.

 

Plus, we have the results of this season's Fantasy Football and the dreaded playback of our pre season predictions...

 

**Our young players special will now be coming out over the summer**

 

Thanks for listening this season!

 

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Episode 156 - Boro on the brink  

Wembley awaits! The boys are back, admittedly with a distinctly end of season feel, as we review the drama of the play-off semi finals and look forward to what lies in store for Middlesbrough, Norwich, Preston, Swindon, Wycombe and Southend this weekend.

 

Boro crushed Brentford 3-0 at the Riverside on Friday night to complete a hugely impressive 5-1 aggregate win, in front of a crowd of over 33,000. Anthony Vickers, sports writer and columnist for the Evening Gazette on Teeside, joins us to preview Monday's big game and tell us more about the amazing job done by Aitor Karanka. (N.B. Apologies for the sound problems on this interview).

 

We also catch up with big Swindon Town fan and We Are Going Up favourite Carl McQueen, as Mark Cooper's side prepare to face Preston on Sunday for a spot in the Championship. We discuss the Robins' incredible 5-5 thriller with Sheffield United and take a look at the players that have helped push them to the cusp of promotion.

 

We also preview the League Two play-off final, as Phil Brown heads back to Wembley with the Shrimpers - plus talk Bristol Rovers' return to the Football League, 'Underhill' (a new short film about Barnet directed by Simon Emmett) and er, Simon Grayson's hair...

 

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Episode 155 - Final day drama  

It's all over for another year. The final weekend of the Football League season saw the usual mix of blood, sweat and tears, not to mention the odd pitch invasion or two (including one with a man on a mobility scooter). The boys are back together in London to look back over an incredible weekend.

 

MK Dons clinched the final automatic promotion spot in League One with a 5-1 drubbing of Yeovil on Sunday lunchtime at Stadiummk, whilst Preston slipped to a shock 1-0 defeat at Colchester. We're joined by Toby Lock, sports editor for the MK Citizen and Leighton Buzzard Observer. Toby tells us about what promotion means to Pete Winkelman, Karl Robinson and the city of Milton Keynes.

 

Bury also came from behind to pinch the final automatic promotion spot in League Two. The Shakers won 1-0 on a nervy afternoon at Tranmere, to edge out both Southend and Wycombe for a place in the third tier next season. A VERY happy Mark discusses his afternoon in Birkenhead, plus we're joined by Craig Nelson, the Bury reporter for the Bury Times and the Bolton News. Craig discusses the Shakers' amazing post Christmas turnaround, the impact of Nick Pope and their chances in League One next season.

 

We also hear a disappointed DC on Watford's final day damp squib, plus discuss Derby County's epic meltdown, relegations for Notts County, Crawley and Leyton Orient, and another farcical day at Bloomfield Road...

 

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Episode 154 - Destination Premier League  

They have done it! Both Watford and AFC Bournemouth have clinched promotion to the Premier League after an incredible weekend full of twists, turns and let's be honest... really difficult maths. An elated DC explains how he celebrated Watford's promotion in the back of a taxi in Newcastle, plus gets further reaction from long time friend of the show Mike Parkin, co-host of the 'From The Rookery End' podcast.

 

He also catches up with Michael Dunne, host of Bournemouth's 'All Departments' podcast - after the Cherries beat Bolton 3-0 on Monday night to set up a first ever season in England's top division. Michael pays tribute to Eddie Howe and Harry Arter amongst others.

 

Mark is also live from Bury, by the wonder of modern technology - ahead of a nervous weekend for the Shakers and Southend, as the League Two promotion race goes to the wire...

 

We also discuss relegations for Millwall, Wigan, Cheltenham and Tranmere, promotion for Shrewsbury and the return of Barnet to the Football League...

 

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Episode 153 - Party time at the Pirelli  

Thirteen years ago Burton Albion were competing in the Northern Premier League, lining up against teams such as Frickley Athletic, Hucknall Town and Marine. Next season they will be taking on the likes of Coventry City, Bradford City and Blackpool in League One.

 

The Brewers clinched promotion to the third tier of English football for the first time in their history, with a 2-1 win at Morecambe on Saturday. Now, boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is targeting the title. We find out more from BBC Radio Derby's Burton Albion reporter and commentator Joe Shennan.

 

Joe is also a Wycombe fan, so gives us his assessment on the latest twist in the League Two promotion race. Are Southend United now favourites to pinch third? The Shrimpers made it six straight wins and seven straight clean sheets with a 1-0 win at Bury on Tuesday night. We hear from their manager Phil Brown, talking to talkSPORT.

 

Elsewhere on Mark's birthday show, there's Adam Federici's Wembley howler to discuss – plus Watford and Preston on pole, Micky Adams leaving Tranmere and the ten best players in the Football League…

 

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Mini Episode: Ups and Downs  

The boys are back! Mark Crossley and David Cameron Walker take time out of their (supposedly) hectic 'international schedules' to get together for a hastily-arranged chat about the final few weeks of the Football League season.

 

Since the last show Bristol City have been promoted to the Championship with their own six of the best at Bradford, whilst Blackpool and Yeovil have suffered relegations.

 

We get excited (and nervous) about the increasingly tight promotion races in the Championship and League Two, plus hear tales from DC's trip to the States...

 

Episode 152 - Luton letting it slip?  

What has happened to the Hatters? After a fantastic first season back in the Football League, Luton Town lost 2-1 at Northampton on Saturday to make it eight defeats out of nine in the league (including six in a row), a run which has seen them drop out of the League Two play-off spots as a result.

 

Mark is joined by Mike Simmonds, sports editor at the Luton News, to discuss where it's all gone wrong recently at Kenilworth Road, and preview the crucial run in that lies ahead for John Still's men.

 

Elsewhere, down at the bottom of League Two - could the great escape actually be happening for Hartlepool United? Pools beat Cambridge 2-1 on Saturday, their fourth win in a row, to move out of the relegation zone for the first time in five months.

 

How has Ronnie Moore managed to turn things around, and can they go on and complete the job? Mark talks to Nick Loughlin, sports editor of the Northern Echo.

 

Adam Williams from BBC Online also joins Mark in DC's absence, as they talk Sheffield United having a wobble, THAT David Ball chip for Fleetwood and Gary Johnson taking charge of Cheltenham - plus a busy Easter weekend on the horizon...

 

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Episode 151 - Bristol City win at Wembley  

Bristol City picked up the Johnstone's Paint Trophy for a record third time with a 2-0 win against Walsall on Sunday, in front of a crowd of over 72,000 people at Wembley Stadium. It marks the first silverware of a remarkable season for the Robins, who are hot favourites to clinch promotion to the Championship (and the League One title) in the next few weeks.

 

We find out more about Sunday's final and an incredible season for Steve Cotterill at Ashton Gate from Paul Binning, author of the Bristol City blog The Exiled Robin.

 

Elsewhere, Notts County have sacked manager Shaun Derry following a run of just three wins from their last twenty-four games. It leaves the Magpies teetering on the brink of relegation to League Two. We discuss where Notts go next with Jacob Daniel, the deputy editor of Notts County’s Black and White fanzine.

 

There's also Sheffield Wednesday's late show, Preston's promotion chances and Hartlepool on the charge to discuss - plus DC tells us more about his very special international break...

 

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Mini Episode: Millwall sack Ian Holloway  

The curse strikes again. Less than twelve hours after recording our latest show, another Football League manager has bitten the bullet. This time the axe has fallen on Ian Holloway, who has been sacked by Millwall following Saturday's 4-1 defeat at home to Norwich.

 

The Lions sit 23rd in the Championship table after five defeats from their last six games, a run which has left them eight points from safety and staring relegation to League One in the face.

 

David Cameron Walker catches up with Millwall fan and Lions Live Radio presenter Joe Amphlett, who gives his thoughts on Holloway's sacking, plus the club's new caretaker manager Neil Harris and a disasterous season at the New Den.

 

You can also hear part of Holloway's final interview as Millwall manager.

 

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