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We have scored some goals. Wow, that seemed an alien thing to type … but yes, hallelujah, goals goals goals! And with Lyle Taylor accounting for three quarters of them, and becoming our top scorer this season in the space of 90 minutes, we were inspired to think of other occasions where one player has really put on a show. Neil Sullivan, Sammy Moore, Bayo Akinfenwa, and of course, Carl Leaburn all feature in a show that, for once, is somewhat positive.

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We have certainly not had any value for money whatsoever at Kingsmeadow this season, but then again, has anyone in the lower leagues? With the Premier League’s so-called ‘Big Six’ threatening to throw their toys out the pram as they search for a greater share of TV revenue, we ponder the knock-on effects of the big getting bigger, and how we can possibly compete financially at the same time as being competitive on the field.

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Having fallen into the relegation zone, and gone three consecutive games without scoring, we have to have an in-depth look into where we’re going wrong this year – aside from the failure to score goals, of course. There are a number of recurring issues from our first ten games, but the Rochdale draw contained some confusing selections and substitutions that we try to figure out, before Stu lists five ways we can improve our form.

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It has become somewhat of a cliche, but accepted wisdom nowadays is that you can’t judge how successful a team’s season will be until about 10 games into the season. Well, the teams of League One have now reached that milestone – for the most part – and we’re taking a look at if the division has really taken shape. Which teams are underperforming, which are overachieving, and which sides are currently occupying false positions in the table?

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Get your party hats on and cue the stereo for pass the parcel: it’s celebration time on the podcast as we deliver the 100th episode of the show! Yes, quite knows how we’ve kept going for so long, but here we are, and with no better guest to help us celebrate. Kris Stewart was the founding chairman of AFC Wimbledon, and amongst many topics, he’s talking FA commissions, Charles Koppel, Terry Eames, and Kingstonian. It’s a very honest and revealing interview with someone without whom Wimbledon would not be here today.

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