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As we enter the final three weeks of the season, Nick and Stu make some educated predictions / wild guesses as to how ourselves and our relegation rivals will get on. It’s safe to say, our remaining fixtures don’t look as daunting as those facing the others fighting for their League One lives …

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Nick is joined by Spike Godding and Rob Boyce to discuss the latest issues around Plough Lane, including the departure of Joe Palmer as Chief Executive, and the daft surrender of a two-goal lead at home to Doncaster. Why did Palmer leave, and why could we not see out a first win in 14 games? A fun show as always so check it out 😉

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A simple discussion of a performance against Sunderland that was inverse in quality of that of the referee. We’re not in the business of criticising refs, because it lessens the impact of our critique when you get one that actually did perform quite poorly. We also look at our record during the thirds of the season, as we approach the final one, and compare our progress to where we were this time last campaign.

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Yeah two defeats in a week makes it hard to be upbeat. We tried, but … meh. Sucks the life out of you, doesn’t it? Well, it does if you attended either of last week’s defeats. It seems many decided against doing so, and did those people miss much anything?! Still, good news about the Chocolate Oranges.

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Sam Cosgrove … no pressure. But yes, this week we have two frustrating draws to discuss, and a difficult week ahead to look forward to. Why couldn’t we end our search for a win with two favourable home fixtures? It wasn’t down to lack of effort, chips, half-time chocolate, or semi-naked football staff. Well, not as far as we could tell.

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Okay, despite the title, we are optimistic on the show this week. No wins in eight, one goal in seven – scored by a player who has now left – and inching closer to a place in the bottom four. BUT … performances suggest better things to come, especially with home games against teams in the bottom third of the division. Reasons to be cheerful, so don’t you dare be sour …

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Well, that wasn’t great. An FA Cup exit followed by a defeat in franchise-land, where dreams go to die, has got everyone a little on edge. But don’t worry – Nick and Stu are here to offer some much-needed perspective … although it can’t always be sunshine, lollipops, and whatever else that song was going on about.

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