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Simon was joined by Elliott, Nick and Joe this week to discuss the latest goings-on in the world of sport.
They kicked off by talking about the Super Bowl and its appeal (or lack of) to the European market.
The panel moved on to discuss Andy Murray's defeat to Novak Djokovic in the final of the Australian Open, and Serena Williams's women's title win.
Following Sunday's news of Nottingham Forest sacking Stuart Pearce and bringing in Dougie Freedman as manager, the boys discussed Forest's string of unsuccessful managerial appointments and what the future holds for Pearce.
On the theme of managerial departures, Harry Redknapp's resignation from QPR was also up for debate.
Finally, as per tradition Simon asked the panel for their Premier League relegation predictions.
For more sports chat tune in to URN Sport every Tuesday from 6-7pm.
James is joined by Ben, Harry and Paddy. They chat to Nadia, women's captain of the UoN Judo Club. After reviewing the week's BUCS results, the team hear from SU Sports Officer Kiri Madhani on the rejection of plans for a new sports centre on Uni Park campus. Finally, the lads talk Forest and County.
The University of Nottingham has blasted Nottingham City Council after the planning committee rejected its planning application for a new £40 million sports centre on University Park campus on Wednesday.
The plans were thrown out by seven votes to six amid councillors' concerns over the felling of three ancient oak trees to make way for the facilities.
But in a fiery statement, university registar Dr Paul Greatrix has accused the council of hypocrisy. The authority recently felled at least 40 trees on University Boulevard for tram and ring road improvements.
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Sports Editor Patrick Hildred spoke to Cllr Sally Longford, who voted against the plans, to find out the reasons for her decision. He put the university's accusation of hypocrisy to the Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey representative, and asked why the ancient trees were judged to outweigh the benefits of the new sports centre.
On this week's show Sam is joined by Calum, James and Chris. The guys are joined by Matt and Caroline from the Diving Club. They also hear from SU Sports Officer Kiri Madhani about the newly announced £40 million expansion of the sports centre on University Park campus. The week's BUCS results are rounded-up as usual, and there's also another chance to hear URN's interview with Nottingham Forest manager and England legend Stuart Pearce.
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Nottingham Forest manager and England legend Stuart Pearce dropped into URN's studios this week during a visit to the University of Nottingham.
"Psycho", as he's also as known by fans, won 78 caps for England and his managerial role at the City Ground follows spells in charge of Manchester City and the England national under-21 team.
Chatting to Sports Editor Patrick Hildred, Pearce discussed Forest's start to the season, the controversial sale of Jamaal Lascelles and Karl Darlow in the summer, and the discontinuation of the Team GB men's football team which he managed at London 2012.
The 52-year-old also said that the University of Nottingham puts "heart and soul" into the city of Nottingham.
After playing the interview for the first time on Tuesday's URN Sport, Simon discussed what Pearce had had to say with panelists Adam, Nick and Ben.
Tune into URN Sport every Tuesday from 6pm for lively sports discussion, and every Thursday - also from 6pm - to hear weekly analysis of Forest's progress in their 2014/15 season.