Another action-packed day has come to an end, with over 100 miles undertaken and another three clubs ticked off the list in the Carabao Cup Trophy Relay.
Chris Kamara and Darren Farley were again on duty, this time visiting Hillsborough, the home of Sheffield Wednesday, before heading to the East Midlands and the City Ground, as Nottingham Forest welcomed the famous three-handled trophy.
Day two began with a sunny – for some at least – FaceTime call with Middlesbrough’s 2004 winner Danny Mills. Kammy and Darren spoke to the former England defender all the way from Kuala Lumpur to relive his time with Boro and the EFL Cup victory itself.
The first stadium visit of the day came in Sheffield via ‘The Wednesday Tap’ at Hillsborough, where former player and manager Danny Wilson met six supporters who were in attendance during the 1991 Final at Wembley.
The last stop of day two came at Nottingham Forest, with two-time winner John McGovern on hand for media duties ahead of the Reds’ Sky Bet Championship fixture against Reading this evening.
A busy schedule for Day Three sees a visit to the Gladstone Pottery Museum in Stoke, before boarding a barge in the West Midlands alongside representatives from Birmingham City, Aston Villa, West Brom and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
There will also be a visit to the King Power Stadium to speak with former defender Matt Elliott, so be sure to keep an eye out for more exclusive content.
You can see all the action from an eventful Day Two above…
Day One: Carabao Cup Trophy Relay
🎥 The @Carabao_Cup Trophy Relay with @chris_kammy and @DFImpressionist continues...@Boro, @swfc and @NFFC were ticked off on Day Two! ✅#CarabaoCupFinal pic.twitter.com/QCL426gFxi— Carabao Cup (@Carabao_Cup) February 21, 2018