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A pair of home defeats to mull over this week, but we are far from downhearted. Performances are better than results at the current time, so there’s many reasons to be positive; there’s also things we do need to be mindful of, and areas in which we can improve, so we will discuss those of course. However, refereeing decisions haven’t helped, and it is here that we kick-off our review of the week at AFC Wimbledon.

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Having seen him occupy a place on the bench on Tuesday night, fans were bound to ask questions about Deji Oshilaja. Was he really so unwell on the weekend that he couldn’t play three days later, or was he kept out of the side to ensure a move away from the club was not jeopardised? It’s a big issue, but there are many to come from the Walsall game, and there’s lots to talk about, so grab a cuppa (bag first!) and get comfortable …

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He left for Gillingham in the summer, and we were sad to see him go. But Dean Parrett showed enough in his two seasons at Kingsmeadow to be remembered fondly, and he was clearly happy at the club – if not completely happy with the amount of time he got to reach his full potential with us. He also had problems finding a room-mate last season, as problems with injuries and iPads led to some rearranging of hotel partners within the squad.

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In just over two seasons with the club, featuring a League Two promotion, Darius Charles was pivotal in establishing Wimbledon as a League One outfit. We caught up with the former Burton and Brentford centre-half to discuss his career before and after signing at Kingsmeadow – a conversation that involves Danny Kedwell, Graham Westley, Gareth Ainsworth, Adebayo Akinfenwa, and many others. He also has strong views on ponds, and putting the milk in first …

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It’s the time of year when we dust off the crystal ball and make pronouncements on our fate, and the fate of all our rivals, for the coming season. Sadly, our crystal ball is less a glimpse of what will come in May, and more a reminder that all we’ll have to look forward to over the next few months is that familiar feeling of leaving Ladbrokes penniless, having seen another 12-team accumulator fall at the final hurdle. We have a good look at how League One is shaping up, at least.

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