Norwich City manager Bryan Gunn joined Chris Goreham on BBC Radio Norfolk's breakfast show between 9 and 10am on Wednesday, 13 May, 2009.
Gunn, along with his coaching staff Ian Crook and Ian Butterworth, took part in a phone-in.
Fans were eager to find out what next season would bring for the Canaries.
"I've still got an empty feeling in my stomach after last week's events. I want an opportunity to put that right," said Gunn.
Following the announcement that Norwich chairman Roger Munby and chief executive Neil Doncaster would be stepping down from their posts and goalkeeper David Marshall would be leaving, reassurance that plans were in place for the future was offered.
"The club needs stability. We need to plan ahead," said Gunn.
"Opportunities will probably develop now for younger players at the club to come into the squad to mix in with some experienced players and really build the club from that foundation," he added.
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