Football League Hour: Bolasie beaming

Yannick Bolasie joined the Football League Hour to talk about life at Crystal Palace, with Richard Lee and Steven Caldwell amongst the guests.

Last Updated: 12/02/14 at 11:58 Post Comment

Yannick Bolasie: Flying at Palace

Yannick Bolasie: Flying at Palace

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On Thursdays between 7pm and 8pm on Sky Sports News Radio is the Football League Hour, when the big names from the Championship, League One and League Two discuss the big issues below the Premier League.

On this week's show, Palace winger Bolasie talks about life under 'legend' Ian Holloway.

Brentford keeper Richard Lee is happy to discuss the goings on at the top end of League One and regular guest Steven Caldwell is also on a high with Birmingham unbeaten in their last four Championship games.

Plymouth's Guy Branston also has his say and regular studio pundit Dean Windass is given a Valentine's Day surprise.

You can listen to this week's show here, and tune in to Sky Sports News Radio next Thursday at 7pm to for more chat with some of the biggest names from the Football League.

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