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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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We visit Blackburn Rovers on Saturday for the first time under the guise of AFC Wimbledon, and we’re hoping – praying – that we can claim a first-ever victory at Ewood Park. To help us understand what we’re up against, and to learn more of the ownership troubles that continue to plague Rovers, we speak to Daniel Ainsworth, a Blackburn season-ticket holder and host of the 1875 Rovers Chat podcast. League One is a bit of a culture shock to fans of the 1995 Premier League Champions – but they seem to be enjoying it.

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Now the door of the summer transfer window has been slammed shut, and the only key thrown into the barren lands of, well, let’s say, Watford, we take some time to highlight what we consider to be the best acquisitions for League One clubs since trading began in July. Who are our Top 5 picks, and why? And is the madness of Deadline Day the only thing keeping Jim White in a job? He’s no Kate Abdo, certainly . . .

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Radio WDON commentator and all-round Wimbledon legend Michael Taliadoros, more commonly known as Mikey T, celebrated attending his 1500th consecutive, domestic, Wimbledon game this past weekend. From the glamour of Anfield and Kenilworth Road to the less salubrious surroundings of Leg O’ Mutton Field and Vicarage Road, Mikey has seen Wimbledon play at every level of the Football League, and he’s got some great stories to tell.

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Jon Main discusses key moments of his Dons career with us on this week’s show. In an open and honest interview, Jon talks about the highs and lows of his Wimbledon career, from winning the Conference South, to being told he was surplus to requirements at Kingsmeadow. Jon also explains the difficulties that many players, himself included, face when their days as full-time footballers come to an unexpected end. Through it all, however, it is abundantly clear the love that Jon still has for the football club.

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