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The 72 Show - Episode 2.16 (with Craig Hinton)

Anthony Kendrick and Nick Davie are joined this week by former Bristol Rovers and Northampton Town defender Craig Hinton (@CraigHinton5)

We begin the show by interviewing Craig, discussing his career which included winning the Conference and playing with Rickie Lambert. We then move on to discuss his current role in working with the FA, and his former club Northampton Town in detail - with Justin Edinburgh recently replacing the sacked Rob Page.

We move on to discuss the Championship. Nick saw Brighton get a dramatic late equaliser at Brentford in a fantastic 3-3 draw. But Newcastle beat Derby 1-0 to go to the top of the Championship. There was also drama at Huddersfield who beat Leeds 2-1, with both David Wagner and Garry Monk being charged by the FA. Gianfranco Zola also got his first win as Birmingham boss, along with wins for Burton Albion and Blackburn. Conor Washington's goal which wasn't given and prompted Ian Holloway to suggest the fourth official should be replaced by a video referee, which is discussed.

We move on to League One - Sheffield United moved to the top of the table with a 4-0 win over Wimbledon, with Scunthorpe losing to Southend. The other top teams in Fleetwood, Bradford and Bolton all drew their games. We also discuss MK Dons giving out free tickets for local fans and Oxford beating Swindon 2-1.

In League Two, we cover the fantastic form of Mansfield and Exeter. Both teams are knocking on the door for play-offs and automatic promotion respectively following poor starts to the season. At the bottom of the table, Leyton Orient's sturggles continued with a fifth loss in a row. We also discuss the other big results at the bottom of the table with Accrington moving four points away with victory against Notts County and Newport drawing with Cheltenham.

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