podcast_0238

Nick and Stu are putting the world to rights as lockdown descends once more. Should football be continuing? And whilst it is, how much danger of relegation are we in?! Also: Nick is an old man yelling at clouds. With justification, mind.

View Full Post

podcast_0235

Fans are back in the stadiums, but will it cost some clubs more money than it’s worth? At the same time, a Premier League “bailout” scheme for EFL clubs has been announced, but has this been distributed fairly? And why oh why have the TV companies shunned some lower league teams to give Man United, Liverpool, and Arsenal more TV time in the FA Cup third round? Also: tea and wrestling.

View Full Post

podcast_0234

Just a whole lotta football to catch up on this week, as Nick and Stu discuss our entire 2020-21 FA Cup run, and an excellent win over Peterborough from Wednesday evening. We also take a detour around the new stadium, pandemic changes to football, the FA Cup third round, and Alexa Bliss – as always. Plus all the usual guff, although our game has a twist this week.

View Full Post

podcast_0233

Nick speaks to Dons Trust Board member Graham Stacey about a challenging year at the club, but how things are looking up on and off the pitch. Amongst topics discussed: the Plough Lane Bond; club comms; plans for the future; Glyn Hodges; how far we can progress as a fan-owned club; picks of the current squad; and memories of supporting Wimbledon FC. Also: Rob Ursell.

View Full Post

podcast_0232

Still no first-team football to talk about, but the youth have silverware to celebrate, thanks a most incredible goal that gets Nick and Stu debating what qualifies as an own goal (with apologies to Matt Cox). We also discuss the new sub rule, and how the squad will cope with a most-intense fixture list ahead, which could stretch to five games in ten days …

View Full Post

podcast_0224

The club’s Marketing Controller, Klaudia Wieczorek, talks to us about her role at AFC Wimbledon, and the insanity of the past few months. She’s also got some controversial views on tea. Not quite as bad as James Shea, mind. Alongside that, we discuss the somewhat incredible 4-4 draw with Plymouth, and look ahead to the trip to Fleetwood. We also chat Michael Hughes, Darragh MacAnthony, Match of the Day, and Ryan Sweeney.

View Full Post