Gonna keep this brief this week: we lost twice, we conceded seven goals, it’s all a bit rubbish … what’s going on?! Nick and Stu get straight to it on this week’s show to discuss where and why there seems to be so many problems at the club, and why, despite our support for him, many of our fans are so readily willing to twist the knife into Neal Ardley.

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So, since the last review at the beginning of November, is our ‘indicator’ – based on past history panning out – predicting our future survival in League 1? Another three months gone, 15 more games down, and it’s time we look at what occurred and what is in store at the ‘business end of the season’.

The loss against Northampton should really not have come as a surprise to anyone as, along with Oxford over the years, they have been one of our bogey teams. This was a banker home loss on the indicator as we have only had three decent results against them ever since we reformed – two draws and a win.

But looking back over the last three months, the surprises on the pitch have definitely correlated to be the surprises we find in the table of expected and actual results. Overall, we have performed pretty much as expected: over this period, we were expected to get 10 points – and that is exactly what we got.

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Strange how certain events in football can change a club’s course. Everything in the AFC Wimbledon garden seemed rosy up to that point Freddie Ladapo took a call from Chris Powell halfway through his medical at Kingsmeadow.

The way we handled that situation received widespread criticism and looking back, maybe the negative vibe created by publicly saying he’d legged it at the eleventh hour was the catalyst for our downturn in fortunes.

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Progress stalled this week, so the fallout from the Bury defeat has been intense. With that in mind, we’ve decided to chat about first-team affairs all week this week, as we highlight some of our problems, and question why certain decisions have been made. Team selections, set-piece goals, conceding the first goal … and where has the commitment gone? It’s a thought-provoking edition, so we hope you enjoy.

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