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This week on Sporting Chapters we have Sky Sports' own Jeff Stelling talking about his book Jeffanory: Stories from Beyond Soccer Saturday.

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Jeff chats about his life before Soccer Saturday, which saw him go from print journalism in Hartlepool to radio and eventually television.

And then Jeff reveals all about the show that made him a household name for sports-mad fans across the country. He tells us about the relationships between the show's panelists, Matt Le Tissier, Charlie Nicholas, Phil Thompson and Paul Merson, and shares some inside stories.

There were plenty of other things he chatted about as well including...

- His favourite Soccer Saturday guests

- The friction between David Ginola and Rodney Marsh

- Who he would like to have behind the Soccer Saturday desk

- His forays into refereeing

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