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No games to talk about, but Nick and Stu spend their time shooting the breeze over new signings, departures, tactics, postponements, Forest Green Rovers, Brentford, the women’s game, and the visit of Stockport this weekend. We also have another round of Jackson Five. A fun show as always, with real food for thought in the closing moments. Real food too – not whatever muck they eat at the aforementioned Forest Green ..

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A broad range of topics on this week’s show. Chris Draper sits in for Stu to discuss the departures of Nathan Young-Coombes and Ayoub Assal (with a look at the comms regarding the latter’s recent absence); the ethics of accepting Qatari cash; the 0-0 draw with Bradford; whether some football songs should be retired; the sale of tickets to Leyton Orient away; our new signings; The Apprentice; and the forthcoming trip to Newport. A fun show, so check it out! YES WE KNOW EPISODE 308 NOT 307.

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A 0-0 draw at Crewe, but despite a dull game, there were a good few talking points to emerge. Nick and Stu talk tactics before looking at finances, and possible January moves. We also revive On That Side Of It, as well as play Jackson Five and look ahead to the visit of Bradford City and return of Glyn Hodges. There’s also a moment of Lee Brown madness to analyse …

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As Richard Madeley would say, ‘Welcome Back!’. After a brief hiatus, Nick and Stu are back to kick-off 2023 with a whirlwind of a show discussing first-team affairs. We look back over the festive games, from which we picked up four points from nine, with a particularly close look at the defeat at Sutton. We also ponder what happens to the squad in January, with four departures and one semi-arrival having already been announced. There’s also a tricky, if very very quick, game of Jackson Five with which to test your grey matter. It’s good to be back …

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We have selection dilemmas on the horizon. How does a team, unbeaten in seven (or eight depending on your view of B-Team Trophies and/or penalty shoot-out losses), re-integrate a striker with a knack of scoring goals without disrupting form and momentum? Or is it quite easy as the unbeaten run actually masks some rather dire performances? Nick and Stu discuss that, as well as whether Ayoub Assal is a million-pound player or not.

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After a fortnight away, we’re back once again with the ill behaviour. The team is too: once, against Weymouth, in a bad way, and once, against Leyton Orient, in a good way. The old Crazy Gang was back for a famous, memorable night at Plough Lane. What did we make of it all? Plus we talk London derbies, Curzon Ashton, FA Cup, Salford, kits, and old grounds. A classic edition of the podcast, if we do say so ourselves. Which we do.

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Nick and Stu take on dodgy internet to provide you all with talk of a WIN. Yes, you read that correctly: A WIN. But there are questions to answer about how the squad is shaping up, especially in regard to one player’s best role. Injuries, a new Managing Director, and Dons Trust resolutions are also discussed, and there’s also a rant about cars.

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