Larne FC Chairman Gareth Clements discusses family and football in this in-depth interview where he also speaks about his relationship with owner Kenny Bruce, the club's work in the community and further plans to develop Inver Park.
Bangor FC's Commercial Director Graham Bailie talks to Michael Clarke about about their return to the Irish League, plans to get back to the Premiership and the big role volunteers have to play in their club.
Northern Ireland's number 1 statto Marshall Gillespie joins Michael Clarke and Colin Hopkins to discuss his love of international football and his career of gathering stats for big broadcasters and the IFA.
Sean O'Neill reflects on winning the Co. Antrim Shield, his title success with Crusaders, why he handed in a transfer request at Christmas and the team spirit and changing room pranks that make him happy to be a part of the squad.
Former Northern Ireland striker and current Ards manager Warren Feeney speaks about everything from transfer fees to playing for penalties, with plenty of anecdotes from his club and international career.
Ards' midfielder Gareth Tommons talks about his career at Limavady, Coleraine and life at his current club as they look to stay in the top flight. He also speaks about falling in and out of love with football, living in Australia and there's even a story about shower gel (yes, really!)
Carrick Rangers manager Niall Currie talks to Michael Clarke about his career, his reputation as a wheeler dealer, the pressures of Irish League management and memories from his playing days. We also discuss his ambitions for the remainder of the season with the Amber Army.
Former Irish League starlet Brad Lyons talks about his time at Blackburn Rovers so far, ambitions of breaking into the first team, reflections on last season with Coleraine and speculation surrounding a potential January loan move.
Newry City's Dale Montgomery talks about his club's desire to prove that they're not a one-season-wonder, sealing their first away win of the season at Coleraine last weekend and reflects on his time at Loughgall which included reaching last year's Irish Cup semi-final.
Northern Ireland U21 international and Glenavon midfielder Mark Sykes was this week's special guest on The Score. He spoke about the U21 Euro qualifiers, his ambition to progress to full-time football and Glenavon's superb start to the season.