Its been an eventful summer for a few clubs we have featured on The Lower League show in the past. So we catch up on a range of events at Ibrox and Brisbane Road.
Glasgow Rangers have had quite the close season, with court cases off the pitch and European humblings on it. But they are also now one of the biggest clubs in The United Kingdom with a part supporter ownership of the club. Colin Armstrong from The Lower Third blog attempts to bring us up to speed with the current state of play at Rangers and what he hopes for the future.
Leyton Orient had the worst season imaginable last year but things are finally looking up with a new owner, and a wealthy, business savvy supporter to boot. We speak to James Masters from CNN about the relief around the club and how they can now hope for a brighter future. Just as soon as they get enough players.
Finally we are delighted to be joined by the first team manager at local club AFC Liverpool. Chris Stammers has a long history with the young club and tells us why he feels such a strong connection and what he is hoping to achieve in 2017/18
Huge thanks to Hannah Sergeant for helping to pull together all the show