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Sky Sports News Radio presenter Mikey Burrows hosts this week's Podcast and is joined in the studio by TEAMtalk.com Editor Simon Wilkes and his Deputy Editor James Marshment.

All three journalists were working on Thursday so give their insight on covering the craziest day in the winter window, which had a comical feel to it thanks to Odemwingie's unauthorised trip to Loftus Road in a bid to force through his move from West Brom to QPR.

Albion fan Wilkes hopes he will be welcomed back into the first-team fold despite his erratic behaviour, whereas Marshment and Burrows are in far less forgiving mood.

The trio debate Butland's surprise move to the Potteries and also pour praise on Beckham after his decision to join PSG and give all his wages to charity.

Marshment also assesses Leeds United's final day of business, which saw Luciano Becchio head to Carrow Road in a swap deal for Steve Morison.

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