IT remains to be seen how many of Yorkshire clubs will ply their trade in the Premier League next season.
Hull City and Middlesbrough have been the White Rose’s two representatives this season, both struggling, both changing their managers and both unsure of where their futures lie - at least in a footballing sense.
Middlesbrough’s anticipated relegation seems certain to be confirmed on Monday against league leaders Chelsea, but Hull – under Portuguese Marco Silva – are making a strong case for beating the drop.
With three games to go, they are locked in what seems to be just a two-horse race with Swansea to fill that third and final relegation spot.
YP football writers Richard Sutcliffe and Leon Wobschall, along with lifelong Boro fan and regular contributor to the show Graeme Bandeira join host Phil Harrison to discuss the good, the bad and the plain ugly from what has been, frankly, a testing 2016-17 Premier League campaign.