Football League Hour

Simon Grayson and striker Kevin Phillips are among the guests on the latest Football League Hour.

Last Updated: 22/02/13 at 12:19

Kevin Phillips: Does not expect to return to Blackpool

Kevin Phillips: Does not expect to return to Blackpool

Mikey Burrows was joined in the Sky Sports News Radio studio this week by former Bradford striker Ian Ormondroyd and Doncaster midfielder Dave Syers, another ex-Bradford player.

The pair gave their thoughts on Bradford's incredible run to the Capital One Cup final before discussing Paulo Di Canio's decision to quit Swindon earlier this week.

Paul Ince's appoinment at Blackpool was also debated before Mikey was joined on the phone by Phillips, who believes his career at Bloomfield Road is "finished" with his loan spell at Palace running until the end of the season.

Grayson, meanwhile, outlined his reasons for taking the Preston job, with Aldershot's Peter Vincenti and Plymouth's Guy Branston also joining Mikey on the phone to discuss Dean Holdsworth's sacking by the Shots among other things.

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