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Steve Froggatt, Luther Blissett, Danny Wilson, Pete Winkleman, Karl Robinson, Richie Barker and David James are on this week's Football League Radio show.

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Danny Wilson: Back in the Barnsley hotseat

Danny Wilson: Back in the Barnsley hotseat

Geoff Peters hosts the show this week and is joined in the studio by former Aston Villa, Wolves and Coventry midfielder Steve Froggatt.

Watford legend Luther Blissett gives his verdict on the recent upheaval at Vicarage Road, while new Barnsley manager Danny Wilson reveals his excitement to have been handed the reigns at Oakwell for a second time.

MK Dons owner Pete Winkleman speaks about the club's lofty ambitions for the future, manager Karl Robinson explains why he has turned down offers to leave Stadium mk, and new Portsmouth boss Richie Barker reveals his plans to restore the good times on the south coast.

Goalkeeping icon David James, meanwhile, takes on the quickfire quiz.

Listen to the full show via the Soundcloud player below.

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