it's well worth listening to. I've transcribed a small part of it:
Nigel Clough told iFollow Stags:
"We didn't really know him when he came to Burton because he'd retired. He was on holiday, a couple of years ago, and he'd decided to retire. While he was out there (holiday), he thought I might give it one more go.
"Chris Morgan, who's his mate who we worked with at Sheffield United, phoned and said `little Quinny says can he come and do some training with you`?
"He joined in for a week or two and within a few days we said do you want to sign for us if your knee is up to it?
"We have to keep an eye on that (knee) and manage his injuries.
"But right from day one, that hunger and desire is still there in abundance.
"Even if he's out there for 70 minutes, and he did a lot of 70 minutes last season, he can make a lot of impact in that time."
(On the midfield) "I hope they all stay fit and they play well. Ollie Clarke had injuries last season, Lapslie was injured, and Quinny won't play 50 games for us.
"So we need to make sure the lads coming in for them as well are good enough and that's where the strength of the squad is (important) ... It won't be a massive squad, 16/17/18 nucleus and I think we'll be covered well enough provided we don't get 5 or 6 injuries or 2 or 3 in one position, that's the only time it can cause a problem."
"Four points clear as Lincoln are McCaffreyised", CHAD headline, April 1975