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On-loan Crystal Palace striker Kevin Phillips and Huddersfield's Peter Clarke are among the guests on the latest podcast edition of Sky Sports News Radio's Football League Hour.

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Kevin Phillips: Turns 40 in the summer

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Host Mikey Burrows is joined in the studio this week by former Bradford and Middlesbrough striker John Hendrie.

Kevin Phillips is still banging in the goals on loan at Palace and even though he will turn 40 in the summer, he insists he's not thinking about retirement just yet.

Jimmy Walker talks about finding a positive environment at Peterborough after joining the relegation-threatened Championship club as goalkeeping coach this week.

Another struggling side, Huddersfield, are represented by Peter Clarke who says he wants the Terriers' future decided by mid-April - as they face four relegation candidates in their final fixtures.

Mikey is also joined by Sheffield United's Neill Collins who discusses the race for promotion out of League 1.

Wycombe's Matt Bloomfield and Plymouth Argyle's Guy Branston are both concerned by news coming out of League 2 rivals Accrington, whose players have not been paid in full.

You can download an MP3 of the Football League Hour here, or listen via Soundcloud.

The Football League Hour is live on Sky Sports News Radio every Thursday at 7pm.

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