Football League Hour: No catching Cardiff

Birmingham City captain Steven Caldwell and Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Danny Pugh are among the guests on this week's Football League Hour.

Last Updated: 12/02/14 at 11:59

Steven Caldwell: Does not believe Cardiff can be caught

Steven Caldwell: Does not believe Cardiff can be caught

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Mikey Burrows was joined in the Sky Sports News Radio studio this week by former Hull, Birmingham and Charlton midfielder Bryan Hughes, who gave his thoughts on Paulo Di Canio's Swindon departure - and an update on his search for a new club.

Pugh was the first guest on the phone to discuss Sheffield Wednesday's resurgence in form and their upcoming game against Nottingham Forest, while Caldwell talked about Birmingham's crucial win at Peterborough last weekend.

Both players gave their thoughts on the tightness of the Championship - Caldwell does not believe Cardiff can be caught at the top of the table - before attention turned to League One, with Doncaster's Dave Syers discussing his sides ascent to the league summit.

Derby captain Richard Keogh also joined Mikey on the phone, revealing his side are still targeting a Championship play-off spot, while Northampton Town striker Adebayo Akinfenwa and Plymouth Argyle defender Guy Branston discussed their side's current positions in League Two.

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